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Rites Held Wednesday In Hagerstown For Dr. Harwood ,Link, Dermatologist F'uneral services were held Wed nesday after:mon at 2 from the ,Minnich Funeral Home in Hag- erstown, Md., for Dr. Vaughen iHarwood Link, ,t6, a practicing dermatologist, who died Sunday evening in W'ashington County ~Md.} Hospital in Hagerstown, fol lowing a brief illness. The Rev. Dr. Wilson P. Ard, Lutheran pas- tor of Ha~erstown, officiated and bu~'i:z! wa:~ made in Elmwood Cem - ~b :~ Shepilerdstown. Members ..,! ~.i; Washing'ton County Medi- na. ::-', ~ ely were honorary pallbear ers. A native of Jefferson County, Dr. Link was the son of Mrs. Jes- sie tM(~hler~ Link who resides i,n She'pherdstown and the late El- bert V. Link. He was a gradua,te of ~hepherd State Teachers College, where he received the degree of bachelor of arts in ed,~eation in 1934. He attended Wes,t Virginia Um- versity, receiving the bachelor of science degree in medicine in 1936. Continui,ng his studies in medi- cine, the local physician received t~he degree of doctor of medicine Trom the Medical College of Vii'- ginia, Richmond. in 1939. After a year's internship at Sib- ley Memorial Hospital, Washing- ton, D. C., Dr. Link reiurned to his home town of ShepherdsLown where he practiced medicine from 1940 to 1945. I~l 1945-46 Dr. Link continued post-graduate education in der- matology and syphilology at, the Skin and Cancer Hospital of the New York Pp.%graduate Medical School of Columbia University. New York City. He received his certificate of specia]izatAon from that institution in 1946. In Vhe same year, Dr. IAnk was apopinted associate dermatologist and spyhilologis,L on the s, taff of t~he University of Maryla,nd Med- ical S(2hool, Baltimore, and prac- ticed dermatology here for ,the past 13 years. He also practiced ~in Martinsburg. Dr. Link was a member of S,L. James Lut'heran Church, Uvilla, W. Vs. He was a member of the Am- erican Medical Associa,tion and its component, societies, a member of the American Academy of Derma- tology, Atlantic Dermatological As sociaLion, the Baltimore Dermato- logical Society, t~he Washington SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE '' I 'D 6---B IHIRS AY, JULY 30, 1959 Coun.iy Medical Society a:3(t the Eastern Panhandle Medical Soc- i ely. He was also a mmeber of Theta Sigma Chi educational fraternity Theta Kappa Psi medical frater- nity, Mt. Nebo Lodge, A. F. and A. M., Shepherdstown, was a 32nd degree Mason and a member of the Sons of ~he American Revol- ution and Sons of Co;a federate Veterans. His research papers include work in fungus infections ol the skin. Surviving besides mother are wife, Mrs. Louise (Snively) Link; children, Vaughen Harwood Link, Jr., James Andrew Li;lk and Miss Nancy Helen Link, at home. Car Club Caravan Will Move Through Charles Town Week August 16 Memories of the Twenties and Thirties will be revived when ttle Classic Car Club of AmeriSa's 7Lh A,nnual Caravan passes through Charles Town during the week of August 16. The caravan, wi3ich s~arts from Harris~burg, Pa., will feature rare ,old Duesenbergs, Mar inDUS, Stutzes and Rolls Royces. The tour which will cover 900 miles, will end in Osheville. N. C- Club members from a 14-s, tate area-from as far west as Iowa will join t,he caravan on its six-state CRAB GRASS BLASTER $5.00 Itated crabgrass meets its match in fast-acting CLOUT by Scotts the modern, scientific way to blast crabgrass out of your lawn. "Stroll on" clean, ready-to-apply CLOUT with the accurate Scotts Spreader... ugly, spreading crabgn'ass quickly turns brown and die:a. Crack ddwn on crabgrass now with CLOUT, for remarkably satis- fying results no amount of back-breaking labor could ever achieve! CLOUT TREATS 5000 Sq. Ft. $6.95 ~COTTS SPREADER ~ alone, 16.95 Get BOTH now for only $18.90 I TOWN Phone 7:t & 71 Charles Town, W. Vs. ~rip. MobA Oil Company, ~:iliei] has cooperated with t,he Club for :the past three years, again will play host to the members, supply- ing Mobilgas and Mobiloil. Deputy VA Director To Be in Charles Town Announcement was made Tues- day by Ray L. Sencindiver, De- puty Director of the West Virginia Department of Veterans Affair in Martinsburg, that he will be i,n Charles Town at, the American Le gion Home Aug. 7, 14, 21 and 28 for the purpose of assisting war i veterans, their dependents, or ben eficiaries, with government bene- fits to which they may be entitled. Rockfeller weig~hs "tailored" rail tax relief. State Soil Conservation Committee of West Virginia NOTICE OF ELECTION OF SUPERVISORS BY COUN- TIES TO BE HELD FOR THE EASTERN PANHAN- DLE SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT. We Must Cut Our USED CAR inventory in half in the next. two weeks. So Bring Your Title and Find Out "THE DEAL" You've Been Looking For. In Addition to a "GOOD DEAL" We Are Again Paying' .... JUST LOOK AT THIS FEATURE:--- 1 - STATE SALES TAX 2 - LICENSE TRANSFER 3 - TITLE FEES To aH owners of lands lying within the boundaries of the East- ern Panhandle Soil Conservwtion District, notice is hereby given t;hat on the 28th day of July, 1959, between the hours of 7:00 a. m. and 5:00 p. m. an election will be held for the election of one su- pervisor in Jefferson County of the Eastern Panhandle Soil Con- servation District of the State of West Virginia. All persons, firms and corporat ions who hold title to three or more acres of lands lying within the boundaries of the said distrJot are eligible to vote at ~he said el- ection. Only such persons, firms or corporations are eligible to vote Voting divisions and polling places for Jefferson County. - Division No. 1-Comprising lands wiVhin all of Jefferson County; polling place loe&ted at Peoples Supply Store, Charles Town, W. Vs. Eligible voters resi~ing wittMn l~he district shall cast their ballots at the polling places in t~e county wherein they reside and for a su- pervisor in th,wt county only. Elig ibis ~oters not residi,ng within the District shall cast their ballots ~t the polling places for t)he county which includes t~heir land, or the greater part thereof. Ellgible vo- ters who will be absent .from tl~eir county on the day ~f t~he elect/ion may apply in person Or in writing to Mr. Villiam P. Perks, Polling i Superintendent, Charles Town, W. Vs. for abse,ntee ballots. Each ap- plican,t for an absentee ballot shall state his name, residence, lo cation and acreage of land owned, !and interest therein, St~ate Soil Conserva:tion Committee By J. T. Johnson, Chairma.n July 23, 1959 DEBRA PAGET Your Present Car Will Make A Down Payment and You Can Be Sure of that. You Don't Have To Lay Out ANY CASH at All at the time of trade. This Big Offer is in Effect from July 16 to July 31. So, Come A Run- nin' Right Now and Talk With Us About A Real "GOOD DEAL"... We'll Be Waiting For You.'.. 1958 EDSELL BIaekCORSAIRwith"DR'whiteHARDTOP'Tires. Radio, Heater, Teletouch Tr=smission, 16,000 miles.~&~'~~[Or 1958 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE WAGON. Radio, Heater, Ford-O-Matic, Power Steering, $2595 and Brakes. One Owner, Low Mileage. 1958 FORD Owner.4"DOOR PricedRANCHRight.WAGON" Radio, Heater, Ford-O-Marie, V-8 Engine. One $2195 1958 FORD FAI. N 4-DOOR HARDTOP. Radio, He.let. Thunder , Fordo- $2195. matic, White Tires, Reed White. A Beauty. t , 1958 FORD CUSTOM 300 FORDOR. Radio, Heater, Fordomatic, Low Mileage. Very Nice $1595. 1957 FORD CUSTOM 300 TUDOR. Radio, Heater, Fordomatic. Excellent condition. $1495. -1957 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN STATION WAGON. Radio, Heater, Ford-O-Matic, V-8 $1995 Engine, Power Steering, Many Other. Extras, 1957 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON. Heater, 6-Cylinder with Straight Transmission. Very $1595. Eeopomiced Transportation and Priced At Only 1956 FORD FAIRLANE, 2-DOOR HARDTOP, Radio, Hea, ter, Thunderbird V-8, Ford-O- $149 Ma~tlc, Red and Black, White Wall Tires .... 1956 FORD FAIRLANE 4-DOOR HARDTOP. Radio, Heater, V-8 with Ford-O-Matle, Air $_1595 Conditioned, White Tires, Many Other Extras. 1956 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN STAT,ON wA .ON Radio. Hoa,r. ,'-. with O,ordrive. $1495 Red and White with White Tires. 1956 BUICK DOORand Brakes.ItARDTOP" Radio, Heater, Dynaflow Transmission, Power Steering $1595. 1956 DODGE CORONET 4-DOOR SEDAN. Radio, Heater, Powerflite Tr~msmi~ion. One $1295. Local Owner. Exceptionally Clean. 1955 0LDS ,. 4-DOOR HARDTOP. Radio, Heater, Hydromatic, White Tires. Riack & Whi~e $1395.- s]gesll yds 1955 FORD 1955 MERCURY "Weight is no hardship with the Ayds Plan," says Debra. Taken as directed before meals, Ayds curbs your appetite. You atttomati~ally eat le~s--lose pounds. Ayds--now in chocolate fudge-type and vanilla caramel. Money back guarantee. A NICHOLS & STUCK Charles Town, W. Ya. CUSTOMLINEpaint Job. TUDOR. Radio, Heater, Economical 6-Cylinder, New Tutone $ 895. HARDTOP. Radio, Heater, Straight Transmission, One Owner $1295. 1955 CHEVROLET TUDOR. Radio, Heater, '6-Cylinder, Blue with White Tires $ 995. 1954 FORDRunsCUSTOMGoodRANCH WAGON. Heater. Fordomatie, 1 Owner, Good Tires and $ 895. 1954 FORD RANCH rIeed Right.WAGON" Heater, 6 Cylinder, with Straight Transmission. uns Good. $ 695. 1954 0LDS suP Rvery Clean.88 HARDTOP. Radio, Heater, Hydromatie, Light Blue with White Tires. $ 995. 1950 PONTIAC.EL,,XE 4-DOOR SEDAN. Radio, Heater, 1949 BUICK STATION WAGON. Radio and tleater. Hydramatie, New Paint $ 295. $ 295. T 1956 FORD Real]'~'TONcleanPANEL'TruekHeater' Turn Signal, One Owner, $1095. 1952 FORD +, TON PICK-UP, Heater, G-Ply Tires, Extra 42 WHEEl, DRIVE, Power Take- Off, Motor Just 1947 WILLYS JEEP Meted Top. Good $ 495. Overhauled, $ 595. WAITING TO SERVE YOU ARE: .... JOE SUTTON G.L. VIRTS E.M. WHITING Home Phome 402 Home Phone 279-W Home Phone 1056 DOUG COOPER Home Phone 1056 EDWARD W. JOHNSON Shepherdstown, Phone 2991 1954 FORD TUDOR. Radio, Heater, G-Cylinder, One Owner, Very Nice and Priced Right. $ 595. 1954 FORD TUDOR Radio, Heater, V-8 Engine, Good Tires, Clean and Runs Good $ 695. 1954 FORD CUSTO INE TUDOR. l dio, HeaLer, Ford-O-Marie, New Paint $ 795. 1954 PLYMOUTH 4DOOR SEDAN..ea,r New Tutone Paint, Real Nice $ 695. 1954 CHEVROLET TUDOR Radio, Heater, White Tires, Looks and Runs Exeeptlon.lly Good $ 795. 1954 CflEVBOLET .EL A,R ,-DOOR SEDAN. R o, Heater, New P~lnt, Clean $ 795. 1953 FORD ,-DOO TAT,ON WAGON. He.let, .ower Steering $ 795. 1953 BUICK RDTOP R io ,ea r Rlne =d Wh, $ 595. 1953 CHEVROLET TUDOR. Radio, Heater, Straight Transmission, Tutone Green $ 595. 1953 CHEVROLET TUDOR. Radio, Heater, Powerglide, Black with TVhite Top. Extr Cle=. $ 595* 1953 DODGE 4-DOOR SEDAN Radio, Heater, V-8 Engine, New Paint. The Price Is Right. $ 495. 1953 PONTIAC .ELUXE 4-DR.'SEDAN. Radio, Heater, Hydra-Maflc, El aek a, nd ite $ 595. 1952 PONTIACDELUXE ,-DOOR OAN. Radio, .e.ter, New .int, ood $ 395. 1952 DeSOT0 FI EDO EDAN R.Io, .eater, A.,...o Tra.. ,o. $ 495. 1952 OLDSHOBILES ER,ea' Nioe o.,''R SEDAN. 1951 PONTIAC ELUXE ,-DOOR SEDAN. Radio, Heater, Hydramatic, White Tires. A $ 595. Radio, Heater,, Hydramatic, Rums Good $ 395. 202 EAST LIBERTY PHONE 212 STREET OPEN WEEK , 1951 CHEVROLET .ELSE ,- ooR SEDAN Radio, He.ter CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 1951 OLDSHOBILE ,-.OOR S-DA, R.,o . ter, .ew ..,n,, NIGHTS 6:30 to 9:00 P.M. 1951 MERCURY ,-DUO.R.,o, .eater Go,., $ 395. $ 495. $ 295.