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. KIDDIES 1.00 VALUE SUN LADIES 1.50 VALUE "Fox Hollow Glydwen" Selected As Grand Champion In Pony Division Of 49th Annual Charles Town Horse Show 'two directors for the Second Dis-, Loan,q for farm operation, in-v SPIRIT OF JEPFERSON FARMERS AD Irict of the West Virginia Cham- eluding feed. seed, fertilizer, live- 8--(7 THURSDAY, AUGUST her of Commerce. Those nomina- stock, equipment and olher items ted were Paul H. Sommer. Morgan totaled $178.910. Credit lo buy, im town: Joseph R. G'ilmore, Parsons; prove or enlarge farms', or refin "'America Is I Better America-Thanks To J. D. "Happy" Eyerly, Kingwood; ance existing farm debts accounl- I. Fred Anderson. Keyser: A. W. ed for $194,510. McLaughlin, Lewisburg and Anmng the results farmers have "A Constant 'Best Seller'--American .lames H. Coleman Jr.. Buekhan- obtained with loan~ for better Competing againsl a lotal of 83 $I5 wenl i(i Dawn 7th, a light bay non. The election will be held farming McKown said are improv- entries, the largest number in mare owned by Charles F. O'Brien within the next two weeks, ed dairy herds, better crop yields some years, the four year old and fourth prize of $10 went to* * * * * god pastures and more modern brown gelding, owned by Mrs. J.Raceway, a 5 year old bay mare In keeping with our Clean-Up equipment. The broadened farm S. ,Jenkins of Fox tIollow. Upper- owned by J. Earl McDonald. Paint-Up Fix up campaign, the lo- housing loan program is helping ville. Va. walked off with the In Class No~ 2. pony mare andcal dispensary at George & Lib- many local farmers plan and de- grand championship of the pony foal not exceeding 50 inches, to erty Streets in Charles Town has velop better housing and farm division of the 49th annual exhib- be judged together, an open event come up with a neat paint job.building facilities. ition of the Charles Town Itorse Fernley Jewel a 7 year old bay * * * * * McKown said many local farm Show. held July 20, 21 at Charles roan mare owned by Mrs. J.H. Radio Chairman C. Manning era have had and repaid loans in Town Race Course. Mackay-Smilh of Farnley Farm Smith reports progress on our pro the past several years; and are The judges also named Derwen White Post. Va. was first; Cracker posed radio station. Construction now operating sound farming en- Rhinnon. a brown four year old Jack. a 7 year old gray mare own may begin before the end of the terprises and getting all their mare owned by Mr. and Mrs. Wil. ed by J. Warren Streaker of Gon year. credit needs through local banks lia~q ttill, Northfield, Boyce. Va. away Stables of Woodbine. Md. and other lenders. $373:420 In FHA Loans In addition to making and ser- vicing loans, the county supervis- or visits borrowers' farms through Go To Farm Families In out the year to help with farm management problems. McKown estimated he made 350 farm via. I~ I_ I~_I 11 DerKeiey.Jeners0n its during the year and that farm- ers made 'approximately 2,000 as the Reserve Champion of the was second; Limelight, a 7 year show. old grey mare, owned by Gono- In addition to entries from this way Stables, finished third arid section of West Virginia, there Sherberton Sherry owned by Char were also entries from Virginia lea F. O'Brien, finished fourth. and Maryland. i In Class No. 3-for Yearling pan Judges for the show were: Nor ies 42 inches and under, first prize man L. ttaymaker, ttyattsville, went to Shenandoah Cockade, a Md.; Augustus Riggs, II. Cooks- chestnut gelding yearling, owned Farm families in Berkeley and calls at his office to apply for ville. Md.; and Jack Prestage, Boy by H. Mackay Smith: second prize Jefferson counties received Farm loans or discuss their farming and ce, Va. went to Broadviews Toy Started, a era Home Administration loans to- credit situations. MEET AT YOUR ANN AL MEETING Hear brief reports of local and wholesale tions and services of your Cooperative . . . " " discussion of your business . . • mix and sin your neighbors. Business will include Imember,s of Board of Directors and Farm Advisory Committee. SOUTHERN STATES CHARLES TOWN MEET 6:00 P. M. tEST) The winning exhibitors in the black mare yearling, belonging to talling $373,420 in the fiscal year McKown explained that banks BARDANE COMMUNITY Pony show Thursday by classes W. I. Braithwaite, Shepherdstown ending June 30, 1961, acco_rding to and other lenders may advance were: • 100% Cotton • 100% Cotton Pony Mares and goals, not ex- W. Va. a report from the agency s local the loan funds for farm purchase THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1961 Class No. @Yearling ponies, county supervisor, Robert L. Me-or improvement ,or the agency eeeding 50 inches to be judged to- over 42 inches and not exceeding Kown. may make these loans direct from • Asst. Styles & Colors • Sleeveless gether open only to Jefferson 46 inches; first prize went to Borrowers repaid $251,739 dur-funds apropriated by Congress. "NEIGHBORS HELPING N County breeders and shown to Northfield Raindrop, a roan filly ing the year of which $60,859 was All other types of loans are direel • Sizes 1 To 4 • Asst. Styles & Colors halter: First prize of $50 went to yearling, belonging to Mr. and interest. Repayments were made Government loans. --THAT'S COOPERATION" [] ~l [] ~I Sherberton Sherry, an eight year Mrs. William Hill. Second prize mainly Qut of income received old brown mare, owned by Char- went to Farnley Joppa, a colt, from sale of milk and livestock. ! GO TO~----~--~DAY I I 4.9¢ Value , lea F. O'Brien, Media farm, Char- yearling owned by Mrs. J. H. Mac ..... • BAKERY ANIMAL ~ ¢]t OFULL los Town; second prize of $25 kay-Smith. Third prize winner was • 1 I I • FRESH CliACK[RS lPeli LB. wenttoKay, an eight year old sor Farnley Lotus from the same rell mare, owned by G. L. Waltz, pony afrm; and fourth prize went ~~No_20 1 ill~ill- - I1 of Shepherdstown; third prize of to Gypsy, a bay filly, yearling, ~ iiI! owned by Mrs. Austin Singhas. 55¢ List KnhAK A A~ " Class No. 5-Ponies on lead rein. No. 127 v~nr~ "~ ~]k_~l~ Ridden by children not exceeding FIL n ew 4 years of age-winner was Bitty, No. 120 Roll • ® a spotted mare, owned by Samuel~ Black &6White Roger III of Leesburg, Va. second I I was Limelight, owned by Warren ' ,~[ml[[im~mi~_ Streaker of Gonaway Stables; 1 O0 Value IDPA, ~ ~ ~ third prize went to Fox Hollow " Dll'~I hi ,~C [Glydwen, owned by Mrs. Jenkins 20 INCH -.. ' BAL and fourth prize to Blossom own- GIANT ed by Ogden Miller of Oakton, l~l mm - - - I Md. Class No. 6-Ponies under saddle LADLES 1.50 VALUE INFANTS 39¢ VALUE and not exceeding 46 inches to walk, trot and canter. First prize HI LF SI F LASTIC PANTS ' went to Derwen Rhinnon, owned ...... :i::: !i:!ii::~ii!ii::!!:-~:~i .... i::ii: by Mr. and Mrs. William Hill; see it1 17 ' .......... . ..'.:.:.:-::~z~...,,:... .............. ..:::::.- ond prize went to To Boot, owned • >.. ..... " ..:iii;i!iii~i:: by J. S. Pettibone of Middleburg, ~::::: :::: :::::::::::::::::: ~#~:~? mallow,Va'; thirdownedPriZebyWentsidneytO Marsh-white, Owing Mills, Md. and fourth prize to Blue Strings, owned by J. G. This girl is letting you in on a Cunningham, of Aldie, Va. secret her "Sonotone Wis "® .- . P Class No. 7-Ponies on lead rein heanng aid. It's Sonotone's for children over 4 years of age lid 100% AVISCO • WATERPROOF smallest, lightest ever -- weighs • BAILABLE only ~A of an ounce. It's a wisp and yet not exceeding eight years • LACE TRIMS • WIIITE & COLORS • REG. & EXTRA SIZES 1.00 VALUE MENS KNIT POLO SItlRTS • WITH POCKET AND CREW NECK • ASSORTED COLORS • SIZES S, M,L 79¢ VALUE • 69 OUNCE • RIGID BAILABLE 1.23 VALUE NOXZEMA lO-OZ. SKIN CREAM SACCHARIFI 100 Table!s 59¢ VALUE ¼ Grain BOYS 2.00 VALUE" • BEDFORD CORD IVY LEAGUE STYLING • SIZES 6 TO 16 200 W. WASH[N6T(IH • ODOR & GERM RESISTANT • SIZES S, M. L, XL 4.00 VALUE LUXURY BLAN[ETS of a hearing aid worn entirely at the ear. Women hide it with a curl, men just tuck it in place. If you have trouble under- standing others, make a hear- ing date with -- ,- SONOTONE® SONOTONE ' of H agerstown 7 ROY B. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street • 72x90--FITS DOUBLE OR SINGI~ BEDS • MOTH PROOF • ASSORTED COLORS Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3 - 3242 or Charles Town .825 I/f" Vz GALLON • WITH FLIP CAP 1.50 VALUE CHARLES TOWN W. V C3N|A No other monUment can be "just as good" as a Rock of Ages" Monument available only from your Rock of Ages Authorized Dealer. MARTINSBUR6 GRANITE WORKS 109 VCest John Street Telephone Amherst 7-6141 Martinsburg, W. Va. FLOYD C. aDaM, Owner first prize went to Rock'N Roll. owned by Jeffrey Scott Green, Audley Farms, Berryville, Va. Second place went to Dermen Rhinon, owned by Mr. and Mrs. William Hill; third place went to Fox Hollow, Glyndwen. owned by Mrs. Jenkins: and fourth place to Raceway, owned by J. Earl Mc- Donald. Class No. 8-Ponies under saddle over 46 inches and not exceeding 50 inch-first prize Fox Hollow Glydwen, Mrs. Jenkins, owner; Blossom. Owned by Ogden Miller, was second; Honey, owned by Thornton Wilt. Jr. was third. In Class No. 9 for Roadster pan ies, shown in harness and not ex- ceding 46 inches, driven by a child 16 years old or under, First prize went to Four Winds, owned by W. A. Braithwaite, Shepherds- town; second prize went to Blue Strings, owned by J. G. Cubbing- ham, Aldle, Va. Red Bottoms was the winner of the third prize and he is owned by A. S. Dailey, Rt. 2, hlokesville. Va.; and four'~h place went to Silver Marie's Colleen Cody owned by-Mrs. James M. Rowley, Fieldstone Farm, Route 2, Purcellville, Va. In Class No. 10-Fox Hollow Gly ndwen was declared the grand champion and Derwen Rhinnon, the reserve champion. Chamber of Commerce By Brooke Blackford Exeeative Secretary 150 West Virginia postmaster~, :oured our county recently while m convention at Martinsburg. Shepherdstown Postmaster C. B. Carter guided this caravan of 5 buses to Shepherdstown where Dr. Oliver Ikenberry greeted the visitors at Shepherd College with a brief talk and light refresh- ments. After a visit to Rumsey monument, your Executive Secre tary took' over, We visited Harpers Ferry stop ping at the National Park Head- quarters and the Hill Top House. ~hen on to Charles Town for a stop: at our Court House and our visitors were much interested in the museum located there. Other stops were made at Claymont, Blakeley, and the Byrd orchard. By this time our group was fast becoming weary and the last stop at The Orchards was a most wel come one. Here Postmaster and Mrs. C. Manning Smith entertain ed at pool-side. Remarks over heard from our visitors indicated that many thou- ght our county was "fantastic". We have been asked to count the ballots for the nomination of l llll / t nce 1 posit Insurance ill