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Charles Town, West Virginia
July 21, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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July 21, 1966

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i' and family, of Rose Hill Farm. churches are al o doing all theySPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAR) I S ADVOCATE T~ ft~ T~q~WOW~ ~ aT r *'~T t Dale Gaynor ,of Bethany Farm, i | i can to fill this educational gap. q~T~TTP,~T~AV TTTT V 91 19a#: i= ] ..~, ...... , .....~ ....... ~ A~ [visited his aunt, Mrs. Fr~nklin] | i | And wilh the backing of under- ~ ......................... -. ILl Tel= v ~ LnlP~lhll~! ~dflLk dk dl Ikll~ [ Ring, of M:iddleway, while the lat- I standing Americans, we are a,'- .. ....... maP ~A~|~ ~lr~U~|| | [ter's daughter, Joslyn, is visiting] sisting in this undertaking," Lt. Jefferson uoun, ty responcted ~o __~ . lvlr. ................... [ Da~le's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan-, L Threadgill said. the call.for neJp 1or,,the poor. of1 ~ ~ IF ,~ Itl~a ~-:;~.,', tiy ~rs. ~vjananna manwooa -- t'none '~a-azul liel Gavnor and family The Rin~, I m ........ ,, ~oum wemam antt I hope ~ms "liqq-'b'lDl[dl-'L~l ti ; ~a N~ [famil~; --ent Satuz'da,, on tiae | 'rnrmmg ~xpermnee interest in, and help for, these l ~~[ t] ''~7 **,~ ~~~~~~'~:~t~,~t~'~;~lriver where ,the men enjoyed . i It ]s indeed a thrz~llng expert- oppressed peoples ~fil continue, [ _ ~t~~, a f~. ,~ Mr and Mrs, William Grove, of George Smallwc~od, Jr,, Berry-i fishing. Mrs. Ring is now era- ~ tl ~ IP ence to see ,the smiling faces of Corporal Linaweaver concluded. I ~d~~~~ ;~ ..... Berryvilie, were visitors Sunday ville, and Clap Carper, Jr,, who[ployed as switchboard operator i | i i these needy children and to re- -- i ~ ~ ..... d] of their son-in-law aTzd daughter, ~re home on leave from the [ in the Fairchild Hiller Corp., IIa- ~ a ceive their express,ions of grati-I ~|CG ~i /LH ~]11~ ]~ ~ "" Mr. and Mrs. Nelson White. armed services [gerstown after being with the ~ ~ ture when we distrzbute l he g!i'~i~" i "'J" v,,, , ,, ~*,~u I n ~~ '~ Mr. and Mrs. Itenry Clipp, i w.i~..~o .~L.,~ ..... ,1,,]Martinsburg Telephone Exchange ~ ~ ~ii!i i ~rom.Amemca. Many or ~necn,-I u__ ~.._.* ....~---L*---- | I~ [ d~ .. .......................... ~ for over ten ears i i ~ .... ~ ren nave Knwn n}mng out war L t I/ ughters Roxanna, Darlene, and]of the dea:th of Mrs Edna nlkins] ...... .Y _ ';h ..... ~.....~.0 ~::~ and killin all thesr hves We has ausmess meenng ttebe, Mr.. and rMs. Stanley Dil- wh d.i " ni a her mr. az,u ~urs. ~,,~yeL ~,,,,~.~, g ' .'. lOW attended a picnic s~upper Sun-] ,,~med2unday~evenz~n.g, t z~ IMr. and Mrs. Herbert Schaffer, , represent hope of something bet- Prnnram M I'aw H.m u day mght at the home of MrS. IHer si~ter Mrs ]uli~ HinD waslg~artddaughter Tammy Rmger'.f ~ ~ R ter, :. ......... [ I$ .I I~ ..~_~.~ ~4 Clipp's ~,ster and brother-in-law, ... ":-" ,.. :." "Y. - ~.., "'; iivzorgamown, nave oeen camping /~ [] ~:~ ~ w~tnm me Jast moron tee en- The meeting of the Wise Owl| I~ ,~(~lli ~'~ Mr. and Mrs. Clay C~rper, Boyce, c~atn her a~ mest~elrme.f ~hne laO~e i two weeks near Rocks Ferry. ~ ~ ~ .i] rollment of Tin Lanh has l~sen [ 4-H Club was held at the home| i~ ( ~ ~- ~, ....xj~ Thi~,.~..._.,w~ ...... hold in.. _,,,barmy .... .~1.. se~ was as, ~ o ne t I Mr ..... and Mrs Perry Sheets and ~ | ~ I" from 600 ,to 700 students Manyi of Holly Sue Cave on Friday,| ]1 .----~.~ i~ [ .'. ......... i three children, of Morgantown, i oft . s P |July 15th, w)th the president,| ~rs t~na,rles Mamena, a iormer : hese studen~ are too oor to - - I I rem(ler~ana .DitCh ws_~te(t here. ] are camping along ,the Shenan- i ~] i pay the meager tuition fee. But [ Sieve Clopper, presiding. After| |1 ~ ~~[1 ~ ~| til |. . ]si.~'rlsi'o2.e~rg~a...~.rwn.~.n,2neldoahRivernear thef0rmerUlys" i i i l in.cad of turning them awayl,the opening, old business dis-| II I Ill~ll~l~W~l~lHIInRIfgtlllte~l~2~e?"~y~.,~= ~ .... "lses Howell home. [] I [] | Made. me KHOI has.begun mree/cussed was: The exchange stu-/II [ wnua,~,~ .u~ms~lzv. i~_~Lu.~.~_to2ne ~"_LUes~:ownl Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rowland, [] I~ i II Enghsh.classes, at n] sme[dent whom the club is planning| II | _ _l..__ I ueneraL nospztai zor uu,servatmn. I two daughters Carolyn and Con- [] | [] i of the nign ~nooz stuaems. / to help support, community pro-! [[ KING 0F THE ROAD ~' inealre [.T.S. Ramey, .Jr., of. near/ nie Sue, her mother, Mrs. George [] l! [] i "Many of the Marines of Air-/ ject to which each member is| I[ .. "'", ...... ~u Office Building, Charles Town, fort. "It is people like you, who the north half of Block LL and compensation, fr(mt door. West Virginia, on or before the by jvining |rends with us, are iMM, extended. JOHN H. KAMLOWSKY 6th day of December, 1966; other- making a positive contribution to I 5. All of Hall Street. United States Attorney Terms of Sale on Real Estate: $1,000.00 otherwise they may, by law be ex- the cause of peace in Vietnam l 6, All of McDowell Street south 202 Post Office Building Balance Due in Thirty Days upon deliver of Deed. eluded from all benefits of said and throughout the worold. Since[of the south boundary of Hough Fairmont, West VirginiaImmediately upon Settlement. estate. All beneficiaries of said 1Commurdsm seeks to conquer I (private) holdings, extended. I hereby certify that the annexed instrument is a true and correctNot responsible for accidents. Lunch rights reserVe$ Julie Andrews. Dick Dyke said day to examine said claims I benefits not only ,the fine South I of the south boundary of Hough copy of the original on file in my i V~t'-n estate may appear on or before [the world, what we are doing here/ 7. All of Gilmore Street south and otherwise protect their inter- I Vietnamese citizens, but also, our- ~ (private) holdings, extended, office. Auctioneer: EDWARD (Ned) MORROW David T0mlins0n. Glynis Johns est. [selves aald the entire world, t 8. All of Columbia Street south Attest: J. C, Strickling Clerk: GEORGE GAIN .TEOHNIOOLORe Give~ under my hand this 5thl "The supplies received from of South Cliff Street. Clerk, U. S. District Court ~,,mm~,~,~ .o~,~,,,~- day of July, 1966. /the people of Jefferson County 9. All of Lhneaster Street south Northern District of West Vir- LUTHER M. LAI aL~_~a~] MARK B. WETZEL were delivered to Madame KHOI, of South Cliff Street. ginia Executor of the Estate COMMISSIONER OF ACCOUNTS the principal of the Tin-Lanh 10. All of York Street south of BY: LUTH M. PAUGH JEFFERSON COUNTY I Christian School for distribution South Cliff Street. Deputy Clerk July 14.2t- Launa D. July l to the 200 to 300 poor stu- The of July 7.14-21.