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Of Fun Camp Frame 164 4-H Club members from County a.ttended the 4~H Camp held at Camp ,bhe week of July 27 ~,hrou- 31. In addition to the local members, four 4-H Club Lead and ~three Adult Council Men ~ssisted wi,th the camp. These Mrs. Glenn Ram,sburg, Lowell ~Ietzel, Mrs. C. W. as- Mrs. ~arl.and Heflebower Mrs. Bayrle Link, Mrs. Adam Jr., h~rs. David Merchant. Ann Gardner o,f Lee~own ser- 'as camp nurse. Kda Cox, Danny Watts and Jim ooun,ty camp ins~tru,ctors the 4-H Staff ass'is,ted wibh camp. Offaers helping w'ith the camp Ed Seville, Coun,ty Agent, Myers, 4-H Club Agen~t, Earl Kidwell, Mr. Woodr~w WildlKe Conservation Of Mr. James Honaker,, Mr. Geevtsema, Forest Protract- George Cole and Mr. Geo Ta'b~ of the AgrJcul,ture Con- Office. day wt Coun~ty Cam~) i0ncluded classes of Nature, 4-H In- Music and the Hearst classes to meet lndividu- needs ,and interests were Camp C~ar~in:g, S~tools, Con- Archery, Swimming, Jewelry, Swedish Weaving, Dolls, Cera~m'ic Tiles, Fin Painting, Square Dance, Girl Flower Arrangeme,.~~ and The theme for the week was Beep in,to Space. This was carried out each day on the bulletin board and fen,tared in :Vhe assem- bly program. The Delaware tribe placed first in tribal points ,a~t the end of the week with the Mingo seoond, Sen- eca trib'ie, Vhird and the Chero- kee ~tr~be fourth. Dick'ie Brown was selected as Spirit of l)he Camp with Mary l~andol~ph Smi~th representing the Head H, Carolyn Osbour,ne, the Heart H, Wayne Brewer the Heal th H, and Bill FriLLs the H~and H. Lucky pennies were given to all first year cancers and lucky nick los to a number of second and third year campers. The tri,bal loyalty aw~ard was presented to Carolyn Rissler, Nan cy Blue, Carol March,ant, Jimmy Kinkead, Robert Smith, Bill Wi)t, Osbourn, Jimmie Blue. The award for leadersLip presented to local club leaders or older club members who have def'initely worked in the field of leadership was given to Nancy Hockensm~th and Marg,ar- et Ann Hockensm'it~h. Th following received 4-H Pins as a result of sa,VisSa, c~orily com- pleting tffm 4-H Charting Program Janet Pay,he, Jack C~trow, Jackie Hughes, PaVti Kava, Jane Iken- berry, Polly Merchan, IAnda Hil- l~ard, Elizabeth Saville and IAnda Nerhood. By Miss Lillian Myers Parents of Baby Girl .~ , Sg~t. and Mrs. Vloyd Perre~l are ithe parenits of a baby g~rl recen~tly bore~ to bhem in Takamo, Was~- in~ton, Where he is stationed. The ~baby has been named "I)iana Lynn". Ki~tty Kite, Margaret H,amsgead, Dr. and Mrs. John Poger and Dave Derr, Margaret Seville, Pa.tsy ~n,fan son Jeffrey, of Cleveland, Gran't, Pat Heflebower, Larry Me-i Ohio s penit ~he week end width her g,a'h.a, Genevieve McKee, Carol ,paren~ts Mr. a~nd ME. J. Clave Skinner, Nancy Os~bourn, Cindy ~Myers. Miller, Mary Cheshire, Nora Chesl ,Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Seal spen~ hire, Ned ~Iarshall, Ky (MarShalL ~t~he week end w~,th her mother Geraldme Fri,tts. The Green '& 'Mrs. IA'i,lie Yager in Stanley, Va. W~hite Leadership Award w~as pros Mr. James GTuves ~an,d dh'ildren anted to Mary Rand ol,ph Smith, o$ Boston, Mass., are vis'iihing his Leon C,~trow, E'ileen Oa~row, Don- paren~ts IMr. ,and Mrs. C,lff~ton hie Hetzel, Barbara Crea,mer, An- Graves. na Louise Whi~tmer, Bet,t,y Oatrow. [ tMr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd and The Blue and Gold award based ~Mr. and Mrs. Le~vas Angelo spen on local club w,ork 'as well as camp ~t~he week e,nd wi~t~h their brother activities was given ,to B.~nme ~and sislter-'i~n-law, Mr. and Mrs. Derr, Reva Nieodemu~, Sandra Cl~arke Boyd, in Muse, Pennu. Join Our Celebration and Save at the [ ~Mrs. Walter l~nemous is v~si~t- in,g her son and daughlter-in-l~aw Mr. and Mrs. Sawn Cross, in France Royal, Va. :Mr. and Mrs. C~arles Mercer and son Vaug~hn, of ,MJ:ddleow,n, Pen,ha. were week end guests of rmr parents Mr. and Mrs. Cl~on i Graves. ! The Ray. and Mrs. Dargan Lu- cas and children of Waynesboro, Va. are v'isi~ting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed H~mmond a,nd aun,t Miss Oamil'i~a Will,hire. The many friend:s of Mrs. Hammond are sorry to hear s!he has been on the :nick Hst tihe past week. ~Mr. and Mrs. l%~bert Cross and son Donald spenJt Sunday width his brother and sl~ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cross in Front Master Organist ToBe One of Nightly Features of Jefferson County Fair Ray Jenkins, master organist and his deluxe Hammond Elec- tric Organ will accompany all entertainment acts nightly at the Jefferson County Fair to be held at Shenandoah Downs Sep- tember 3, 4 and 5. Jenkins, who is being featured currently on WRV-TV, Channel 4, "In Our To~n", a daily program, will play favorite musical requests. He has performed in the East's best hotels, lounges and conventions. II .............. Illl gll The quotations of The Blue Rid ge Livestock Sales, m% Charles Town, Mond~ay August. 17, 1959. Receipts of Calves, hogs reader- alto, wil)h a good dare,and for all cows, hogs and eel,yes. Feature of sa,le was cows strong to hi~her veal top $35.25 Choice b~cher steers none good bu~ther steers 25 to 27; plain to medium s~ers 22 tO 24.50; choice butcher hei,fers 25 to 26; good bt~toher heifers 22 to 24.50; plu~n to medium heifers 18 to 21; good ,bulls 23 to 23.70; plain to medium bulls 19 to 22.50; commercial cows 20 to 21.25; utility cows 18 to 19.50 canners and cutters 17.75 down; oows by ~he head up to 189; stacker and feeder steers 22.00 to 28.00; alack he'i~fers and bulls by the head up ~to 156.00; Choice to prime calves 33.00 to 35.25; good butcher calves 30.00 ~o 33.00; medium butaher calves 25.00 to 29.00; thin calves 24.00 d~wn; heavy calves 23.00 to 31.00; Blue head grade lambs 25.00; I I rl THE MELVIN I. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 35 - Telephones - 162 e SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON fARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1959 7--B L red head grade lambs 22.50; red shoulder grade l,wmbs 20.50: but- cher ewes 3.00 to 7.00; stock ewes per head none. Good bu~toher hogs 1B.25 to 15.90 medium bu'tcher hogs 14.50 to 15.25; heavy bu~t~her hogs 14.25 to 15.25; buyer sows 9.00 to 13.50 heavy feeders and ligh butcher hogs 14.50 to 1650.; s~howts per thundred 20.00 down; pigs per head 10.50 down; heavy boars ~.00 to 8.50; s~ags none; sows and pigs up ~o 96.00; stock boars 9.00 to 14.00. OUR OFFICE AND SHOP WILL BE CLOSED AUGUST 24 AUGUST 29. FROM MONDAY, TO SATURDAY, WE WILL REOPEN FOR BUSINESS ON MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1959. BE HELD AT KINLOCH FARMS, ! THE PLAINS, VA. . liollow Arrows to Sale . iATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1959-12.00 N00N REGISTERED AND (mADE !i64 HEAD -,DAIRY CATTLE- 64 'HEAD ierd Certified and Accredited---Calf hood" Vaccinated (Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Map'his and Karen Sue attended ,the Grlffi~h 'reunion Sunday a,t S~arpsburg, ~Md. 4Mrs. Sherman Hopper has re- turned home utter wisiting her son i,n-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rice in Hy.a%tsvflie, Md. ,She also viMted her son and dau- $t~ter-in-l,aw Mr. and Mrs. Eddy George, in Vrashingon*, and grand daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tony WiN son and l'ittle daughter Debbie in Riverd~aie, Md. 'Mr. and Mrs. Carl P. Tha'cker Jr., and family of Louisville, Ky. were supper gue~tx of her ~iece and .nephew Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mal~is Tuesd,ay evening. Capt. and Mrs. Charles Ham- mond and ohildren of Nixon, N. J. ~are visiting he br(~tlher-in-law and sister Mr. and ~Mrs. Paul Hender- son. SlLVe Ve By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard ~,ffr and Mrs. l~loyd Wilt and A LASTIN TESTAMENT TO YOUR DEVOTION- OF VALUABLE DENTAL AND Rock e/Agea LABORATORY EQUIPMENT! Mcmoriall Due to the death of my husband, Dr. Clay W. Leps, I will sell the Following Dental Equipment at whol.purpe oftmmao. his office located at 107 West Washington Street, Hal art k to ommemorat the personality and aecom, in Charles Town, W. Va., on plkhraents of an individual " or family Rock of Age,' WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1959 killeddesign taff translates BEGINNING AT 1:30 P. M. (It." S. T.) th~ accompliahments into boautlful memorial d~igna, DENTAL EQUIPMENT, ETC. There k no gnat (auta way tomhowyou 1 S S White Master Unit, complete (Ivory); 1 ,a :gJdevotiontoal0wd S. S White Motor Chair, comlflele (Ivory); One on . General Electric X- Ray Machine, complete; 1 Den- As** tal Instrument Cabinet (Ivory) ; 1 Pelton Sterilizer and Cabot 1 S. S. White Laboratory MAlilmli l UliO Lathe No 2 (A.C.); 1 Ritter Dental (hair (old); GRANITE WORKS Miscellaneous includes All of the Dental Instru- ments found in a modern dental office. FLOYD C. ODOM, Mgr. OFFICE EQUIPMENT 109 West John Street Iron Safe, Metal, Leatherette Davenport and 2 Martinsburg, W. Va. Chairs; Desk and Swivel Chair, Cole Card File, Etc. I MRS. ETHEL M. LEPS ! PAUL MIILLER, Auctioneer. [ CLARK FURR, Clerk. i ] August 13 and 20-2t. I m mm mm I m m I In In II[ ]m Iiii I" i Slows down the spread of flame, when applied to wood and other com- bustible surfaces l .... ' " For all interior surface 30 Fresh and Milking Cows; 8 Springers; 12 Fall "es ening Heifers; 10 Yearling Heifers; 4 Heifer Including 18 Registered Brown Swiss, al[ but select group of cows with outstanding [de s and top production records. Curtiss Candy :ee t ing. 7 Registered Holsteins, Cffi't sS Candy Breedinff. :tterd on DIIIA 'rest. Individual Records Avail- Sale Day. DAIRY EQUIPMENT Sunset Bulk qank; 50-gal. ElecLric Water f ater; 3 Surge Milking Units; 2-Compartment ash. Up Vat. Many other items used in a dairy. H. M. DANCER, ESTATE For Informalion Contact-- H. J. WILSON, ST 8-5251, Catlett, Va. AUgus 20-1t. so~l Sterne of Bolivar and the lat- ,ters mother Mrs. Ruby Burke of Karen, W. Va. were )he visi~tors rece~itly vi't~l Mrs. Vernon S~taubs and faxnily. , Mrs. Mabel Gift of Sharpsburg spenlt seve~a~l daFs with her son and f, amily Mr. and Mrs. W~l~ace 'Mr. and Mrs. Sbanley See and son were SaJturday night visitors and Sunday visdtors wilth Mr. and (Mrs. FloFd Chapman and family ~n Mann~i,ugs. Mr. and Mrs. Erne~ Seal and daughter of Bal~timore, Md. were ~he Sarurday evening v~siors with ,Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stau, bs and family. ~ . o Dinner :Guests ~ : J Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Evel~hart and c1~ildren and Mrs. Maude Ev- erhar~ were t,he Su,uday dinner ,gues,~ w~:~h Mr. and Mrs. Gar- land and Mr. and Mrs. Geg~ge T~lton in Ohesnut,,,~. Hell. , There ~ill be a lawn pa~ty on 'the Church l~a~vn on ~a~turd,ay evening August:, 22, at 6:00 p. m. Sandwiohes of hot dogs and of ,Ohicken salad, candy, sof~ drinks ~a,~d a gr~b bag will be on sale. This is for the benefit of t)t~e ur- nace fund. Mr. and Mrs. Paul S~ubs and son ~arl of Neers~il,le. Va. were P'rid~ty evening v'i,sitors wi,th Mr, ,and Mx~. Vernon St~tFo~ and I am fly. '~x. ~nd ~x~. Floyd C~apman trim, paneling, furni- Rich flat finish that flatters ... wood or metal l ture!World'smost beau- tiful interior varnish. finest fiome interiorsl . Fullcolor range.., blue,Produces a low sheen of yellow, pink, green, satin smoothness. Mini- "k Year's newest colors that k gray, ivory and white! mizes surface defects. match "Duco" Satin Sheen 1 Applies, looks, wears Unexcelled for mar and Enamel! m like fiat wall paint! water resistance. Just a TESTED & USTED BY UNDERWlITER LABORATORIES, INg. | stroke of the brush will "A" Made for professional and Give your home this ' do the job. For years firemen have pleaded for a way to extra pr0tecti n-nowl amateur alike ! give them 5 minutes jump on most fires. This "-- new product of Du Pont research will help. No . $7.41 gal. $5.91- gal. other finish like it! Come in and get full details. I PLAN NOW TO VISIT OUR BOOTH I AT THE JEFFERSON COUNTY FAIR Buy the'paint that's [ SEPTEMBER 3, 4 and 5. Suy the paint that's worth the work worth the work PHONE 17