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The Rev. Earl Williams of Han- over, Pc. has accepted a call to t~he Leetown Summit Point and in the annual Jefferson County 4-H complete costumes contest staged at the Bar- Shenandoah'tlon BaptiSt Community Center August 20 were the following young girls as shown above, left to right:--- field. The Rev, Wi,l, li:ams and Mrs. Ann Hockensmith, Polly Merchant, Bonnie Derr, Genevieve McKee, Carolyn Osbourn and Williams and two sons moved to Boyd. Polly Merchant of the Willing Workers 4-H Club and Margie Boyd of the Ever- t,he parsonage at LeeC~own l'ast were asked to represent Jefferson County in the State Style revue held at Jackson's Monday. August 27 and 28. While attending the Style Revue, Polly Merchant was awarded a blue Mr. and Mrs. Perry W{'lson and in the state contest, children have returned to their Par ficipan fs in 4-H C0mplete Costumes C0nfesf ,growsKansas~nU ~ :t :,'~30.000andthCYacres.One;~Uli Kansas~rw wh~a~farmerm 1~ardi :~l,u~;m:~u r~,wiLhMyerS, Mr. andf Mrs.Mr'Akrn':"ndj. L.Ohi~ir'~'ChapmanViSitedLCn" ~ iii Mr. and Mrs. Charle~ Mercer InMW:d~Iest?~dams spent several and son Vaughn of Middletown d " " " ~ ' ~ Pa spent Vhe wekeend with her ays with Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell pa~-en'ts Mr and Mrs Clifton Gra Boyd and family in Winc:hester, yes " "" Va. also attending the Woodstock. ~Irs. Leola Weller and daughter V a. fairiAvtle Darlene Ma -n ThursdaY'gaha Margaret spent the weekend in .pes nt Washington with her son-in-lawthe weekend wi,th Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Miller Joined them TheyICharles Adams and family while visited Med. Jo~hn Weller a~d fa,n~ her mother Mrs. Glen Magaha ily at Gris Island-~M, ary Weller re helped the J. C.'s a~.t the ,$air, . . turned home with t~hem after hav Mr. and Mrs. uonn Swigaro ol Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Clinton [ iM.r. and Mrs. OrvilleDeHaven: Pol,hamus r and rs Womm [cmlaren rconnie ann ~aii spen~ , M. M.. Y L ' Polhamus and daughter of near/ ~bor Day with .his mother Mrs. Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Bar- ]Herbert DeH avne. yle Link and daughters and .Mrs. [ Labor Day weekend visitors with J. Clive Myers and daughtem. [~Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anders were 'Mr. John Brown is a patient in ['their daugl~ter and husband Mr. Kings Daushters Hospital in Mar ]and Mrs. James Wilson of Wash- tirLsburg. His friends wish him a [ington. speedy recovery _ -- _ _ [ Mrs John Magaha and daugh- _ ~vlr ann.Mrs_ aesse .~oya an.a ]ter Mary were visitors with the oaugncer miss Mary Arice ~oyo, /J L Chs.rfman'~ .~,,nrl.~v attended a family reunion in S/hen ] ' .~" "="."" :" ~."'~.--'': . . l Mrs. tooerr Anaers sls:I~r mrs. andoah; Va. Sunday. Edith Nesmith of Mechanicsburg, Pc. spent Labor Day with them. "Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Chapman had as their supper guest ,Monday their grandson and family Mr and Mrs. Roy Harris Jr. On Friday Mrs Charles Adams enjoyed the greatest county fair and glad to see old friends .from :Washington, Md. and southern PIRIT OF .IEFFER ON r a' tr s ADVOCATE USDA Asks Farmers, ,--.,..s-.- S "'EM.E O :,_ Gardners to. Watch .,,,, ..... , SEPTEMBER 10, F.rn U f mllidarm P? tt crops For Quick Results Use Our Classified Column. ]'lawnse, gardens, tvee~ and ~hrubs may mea~n the presence of a new I plant pest, according to t~he U. 8. == j Department of Agriculture. Per- sons acquainted wit,h the damage ||IL~VI~' B/IIUOIU AUh UI~$,TIUC R' of common agricultural pests-.par LLU/I/,J IFLUlqglfl%]l ~I~IW llL/41ll~g ticul,arly insects-are asked to re- port to their county agricul,tural agent any unusual damage , , _ , _ Alertness on tne or those [! Plumbmg Heating Septm Tanks and 1 who work daily wi,th plants and [ crops could speed up detection of [ ,r~ ~*. ~ .= ~ ....... T~_*__~ a~y foreign pes%s that might su.c- [~ uralnileKls ~mne all{1 l)lrL ee~fully make their way past I qu,aran.tAne barriers into the Uni-I ted States, or of pests already in I .............. ~ ,~,,,ffi, 11, I,-- this country that have spread in-[ l'llUflll~ 744 ~rl&[tl~P~ iuw~, w. ~. to areas where they were not prev [ lousy establighed. I m Such public cooperation is essen" ---- tial to success of a stepped-up na tion wide detection program" to stop plar~t pests before they start" now being carried forward by USDA's Agricul,tu,ral Research Ser vice. ARS is cooperating in the effort wi'th research, survey, Ex- tension and regulatory services of several State and l%deral organ- tzations. Early pest detection has repeatedly proved economical by saving money and effort and by CALL home in Cleveland, Ohio a f,ter hav part of W. Va. It had been 9 years preven~ting damage to U. S. farms tL,~e| ~l~l v-- [~,lo+~-- ~ ..... Charles Town ing spe~t a week with her paren,ts since seeing Mrs. Arch Ma~Ionney and forests. a.........: m You epartment ef ["~ou~t~'er~*"~'tes Mr. and .Mrs. Oscar Seal. daughter Edna and Dorothy ofofUnide'~tifiedcausing damageinSeCtSmaySU'~peetedbe sent !^ ~" ....... " - Miss Mary Catherine W~ting Washington and 5 years since se- to a county agricul~tu,ral agent or GENERAL CONTRACTOR ~opera~ivepureorea gilt, ~O aame~ - "'n a)rs0nlye" | ~ [Coulter ....... ~' 4 ~4 or ~]vA mom,h~r endtn OfwithWashingtOnher motherS'pentMrstheMorrisweek l gand Mr.fourandchAdrenMrS. WilSOnof MontgomeryMagaha ,to at local St,a,te or Pedera,l entom- Coun a,r Are Announced - ................ i w~cn Des~ orooo sow ......... Count'- and "Mr an~ "" "~ - ologist for identification. Entom- B " " woA~51n~on ' y a ~v~rsr~elson I lue R~dge L~vestock Sales Inc, .. -- ""' ..... Daile,- of Renick ~tt Va ologists and other agricul%ural I-50 and tror~hv to James Kincai~ aa'rs. -~la~,m ~eai has returnee " ' "'" ~' specialists of the States, USDA FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON ~: ~,,,~ ~.-~- ........... F: home after .having spent .two "Mr l~ymo~d Woodard of ~ear lor gr,.,u CxL~rIIII~IU[I UU~I" I " " " " k wards in the youth depart Grain and. Feed to Kincald and ,~.~, ..,~,,,~.. *.*.~-,,.~ .=o .... bur H r ......... " " and lndstry send reporks of insect Were presented last nig'ht as]Widmyer. [~o~.^ ~,~..~.~.~.. ....... weeks m C~ty Hospltat Martms- neys~llle stopped to see Mr and finds along with specime~ns to apprommately Cooperative Farm Credit o,f Win ~+~.,~ ' oh, e is much ir~provea ~ernoon po- )rd crowd of [champion' $15 to Larry Magaha g: e ~nenas are giao co Know Mrs. J. L. Chapman Saturday at- Sta.te clearinghouses. Wherl a ANY RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL ar Mr and Mrs Winfred Saxn~ons is NEW CONSTRUCTION OR REMODELING trended t'he Jefferson Coun ]chester $25 bond to Ronnie Wid- [ Jefferson County Farm Bureau an- "~-"-- ...... . M s Barbara Schull of Summ:t tentiallYfound. ARsthreateningand State entomolo-insect is a vmmren o~ wasmngzon spearp l r. The awards included: Imyer for 4-H or I~FA member Ibarrow to Lee Viands for best fat .: ,_ _ ,.._ a.' ' .~.' o'nt spent the 3 days of the fair gists immediately start action to rVed cups presen~ted by Pu-[with best ,heifer from Jefferson I"~'?Ca]'f Scz'am~ble" w,inners were and Mrs. Jesse Boyd. while their mot,her ~II'sT'vVoo~i"row c, ombat i,t. ~ills through Peoples Supply ~ County. I~..~ rne wee~ena wirn her parents ~ar. with Franklin ,and r)#~hhi~ Addle ~es Kincaid, grand champ-] West Virginia Artificial Breed-[announced as John Writ:t, Stanley __ .--~-~ ~ ~. [Adams helped Mrs. Garland Hef- A recent ~tudy has lndic~vted CallMartmnsbura Collect AM 3-9411 !'_by beef; Ronnie Widmyer, [ers Cooperative, two free breed- IEniott, Bobby Smalley, Thornton ~ m ~ u n M [lebower Jr. wlth the food booth at that the income of more theft one and champion dairy heifer; ling se,rvice certificates to Charles]Wilt, Bobby E l'lio,tt,: Jerry WAit- .| | | ~ . [the "barn" daring the fair. halt of West Virginia's population CAR[ R01~ ==Jl'= NSEN ~gee Viands, grand Champion I Cavalier. for grand champion dairy I mer, Woody Stagner and Max B- Mrs. Charles Adams depends, to a substantial extent. ! , }wrier l ammal and Dale Staley, reserve. ]Bell. Each of the eight w~ill re- Y READ THE CLASSIFIEDS upon the produohon and s~le of ' [Ues from Worthmore Feed [ Tharpe Brot~hers, purebred dairy i ceive $100 to be apPlded to puro -- [ " - the s~ate's leading natural resour- i c~hase of a calf of his choice. The Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hersey of R~.$~! The .SPIRIT-ADVOCATF, ce--eoal. :, m m m ~y through Chrarles Town heifer to Ronnie Widmyer for best [ done,Ling corn, panics were the L CONS!GN-ENTM SALE [Blakeley Bank and Truslt Corn- --'----'= i I ~ R ~~ [ pany, Bank of Charles Town, Pep- FAt [ ples Bank, Charles Town Lions _~'~__-- ' ~ ~, ~~ ~ [Club, Charles Town Grain and ~..-.~ I Feed, Peoples Supply, Southern ~ ~ ' f H e by Eyl and Community 0~] Corn- ,-"~ " ) ors s & Pontes er Stables, m SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1959 AT 12"00 NOON SHARP. Horses, Quarter Horses, Walking Horses, lUnters, Race Horses, Hacks and Fancy Colts. Reg- tered and Grade Pony Mares and Stallions. The sale ill be held in an outdoor ring. In case of rain, on the ~side. 10% Sale Commission on Horses, Tack,I BY DONALD C. CARMAN %1 q ]i arts, Etc. $5.00 No Sale on Horses. Tack Sale I STATE TAX COMMISSIONER , 20 ' : 00 Ch)ck; Horse Sale 2:00 O Ch)ck. Contact I Buyers oif au:tom< biles and ' I trucks are required to ,pay a two EYLER of the ~urc,h.ase.~, RS. JOE EYLER, Agent, Thurmont, Maryland I 'M, any of them tlhink the levy ies . : , PHONE CRESTVIEW 1-6411 Is merslimpsed under the sta'te's Con-Sales Tax La,w. The as- "~" ] i )anth ers Our Regular Sales Every Other Wednesday--- I sessmen~t is collected by the Motor ]Ve%icles Depart~ment as a titling NEXT SALE, September 9- 7:00 P.M. p~ivilege tax. r o,f house and .~ther pul'l-t~pe trail m On t~e obher hand, purchasers ers often send the two per cent th d tax to the Depar'tmen of Motor e patente Vehicles w,hen applyi,ng for a title for t~he~r vehicle. This ,money G I I ~ ' h0uld be $en't tO tlhe S~a~te Tax I Department. The Titling Privilege Tax per- tains to vehicles that are motor- ): tii~ ~;!~ powered vehicles tha~t do not l: i ~::~i!i~:: ~!II~! ~q~i~:.:~;:;~i:::: ;: :~:~:~{i ::i ~!:~:..:~:~!:i inesses boast motive power fall under theConsu,mers gram.A nu,m,ber of organizations, bus- and SaleSi,ndividua~ls or USeare Tax exemp pro- ~E e~ k i:::::! i:: iiii!ii! 'Services ful~n,ished by bus,i,nesses ,that ~re subject to the con~t,rol of the Public Service Commission are not taxa~ble under the Consumers Sa'les Act. These ~buslnesses include ~as, U ~I i: !!! w~ter,companies.electrdc and transportation : Some other sales and services exem~pted by law are: R ~1 ~: ~Sales of tex~books required to , i be used i~ any (ff the publ~c 9(~ P M schools of the sta~te. S.~les of proper~y or services to federal, state, or local govern- ,ments for d~,stvi;bution kn public weKare or reli#f work. Sa,les of tangible persona] prop erty for the purpose of resale in ~ .the form of tangible personal prop ~ e~ Fu~nds'hing of professional and DON'T MISS THE EXCITING KICKOFF certain personal services. POURS 4 ,.ts .ORE ..i OVtR THE FLOOR than ever beforet. The revolutionary new Sieg]er sends the air right through the heart of the fire TWICE to give you a houseful of SUPER Floor Heat! Here's furnace comfort with: out costly pipes and registers to install. Yousace_ the cost wasting heat on the ceiling or out the,chim- ney. See the amazing new Siegler that pays for itself with the fuel it saves. Buy it on a MONEY BACK GUARANTEEi :ORCED.AIR OIL HOME HEATER Come in for a FREE hot demonstration! TOWN W. VA. ,Sales of proper~y or services to nationally charte~l fraternal or socia.1 organizations for the sole purpose of free d,istvi,tm,tioa in pt~b lic welqare or rel,ie~ work. he Law a~so exempts sales of property or services bo churches "and bona fide charitable organ iza.tlons" under specified condi- ions. The exemption is allowed if such grottps "make no charge for ,~he services they render." I,f t,hese agencies charge for ,their ser~i,ces they may come un- der the heading of re,tellers and ~be su~bje~ to bhe Consumers Sales Tax. By Miss Liilian Myers ~tv~rs. Bl~air Ca, r~Pbell and son Bunny a,nd rMrs. Ed,gar Welyb spent the weekend the la,tters s~ster Mrs. William Wi'sham in Phil ariel,pAin. S~h~rley Wis'h~am who had been s, pending some time with .her grand*parents Mr. nod Mrs. Grower Leith returned to her home wl$,h them. Leave For Alabama M, ajor and Mrs. J~xmes Prewett have left for his new base in Ala- ,ba~mt. They have been s.pending some weeks wit)h her parents Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Seal He flew to Kansas City and visited h4s father ,and brother in Witic~hia, Karmas OF THE 1959 FOOTBALL SEASON. . . THRILLS AND EXCITEMENT WILL COME IN A FULL MEASURE AND YOU WILL BE A PART OF IT IF YOU MAKE IT A DATE FOR THE FIRST HOME GAME AND EVERY HOME GAME THIS SEA- SON. CHARLES TQWN HIGH SCHOOL BAND IN SOME SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT AT HALF TIME This Advertisement in Interest and Promotion of Athletics at Charles Town School is Sponsored By Fall Meeting Opens September 14--Thru October 31st---42 Nights of Racing