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v "'There's extra mileage in new CITGO Premium GasoIene... and it cleans your car's carburetor as you drive. NASCAR certifies it..." Ws McMahon in our And take it from Barbara Waltm: "There's theer[ul sero e, too! | III I mm DISCOVER AMERICA BEST BY CAR Moler's CITGO Station E. Washington St., Ext. Charles Town, W. Va. Inwood CITGO Service U. S. Route No. 11 Inwood, West Va. Slusher's CITGO Service N. Mildred Street Ranson, West Virginia Leon's CITGO Service Duke Street W. Va. Baker Heighta CITGO R. F. D. No. 1 Va+ H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Hill Dale Shopping Center Phone 725-7081 iusuranee+ and Real Estate and Mrs. Stuart Crim at the lnt- ter--'s home. Also visiting recent- ly at "Monte View" were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beamer of T, iffin, Ohio. 1 Use This Easy Way To Subscribe I Please Enter My Subscription To The eras. The ,area meeting will be held in 1967 in Martinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Seal and children, of Berryville, were Sun- day guests of his brother, Mr. Ed- ward Seal and family. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd R. Clipp, of W~sl+ington, were visitors Satur- day of his brother-in4aw and sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs, W~Hard N. W ite. Mr. and Mrs. Oral B. Hughes re- cemay were overnight visitors of her brother-indaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Kanode of Win- chester ~t their camp, The Hut near Castleman's Ferry. [ Miss Mary Jane Dfllow, secre- ,tory in the office of Junior High I SChool, has been on a two weeks vacation. 'One week was spen~ with her cousin, Mrs. J. W. Wit- I[ ~ingham, Winchester, VL, the oth- er with her aunt, Mrs. Elsie Grey, Meadow Brook Farm. The prevailing scorched seared condRions as one sees in this area make a paedaetic sight. Some farmers report they have begun~ i to use Shetr winter feed for a eirI coek. One farmer lost two val-[ uahtle brood sows which had la~d[ down in the cold sp~ing water tel I[ Name ." I[ keep cool. Another f suck" I .......................... i:i II i desperately. To add to this worry, ] wild dogs have started to attack[ " """ ,tivestock on several farms. An- o er bit of farm news: After ~dae ,third ~l~tempt all failures ex- cept a pa.~tial success at the first (Plus 15 Cents Tax In West Virginia) over the weekend herd "IT'S FLAMELESS"