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L iiii _ __ c_.__a-L_.__ salute to F. F. A. Knowledge guiding the plow is the appropriate symbol :of the Future Farmers of America-- more than a quarter of a million high-school stu. dents of vocational agriculture, whose motto is: Learning to Do Doing to Learn Earning to Live Living to Serve We're mighty proud of you young men in our local F.F.A. Chapter. Keep up the good work! If we can be helpful to you, please call on us. "rilE WEATHER AND Changeable Weather Some What changeable the l~st week not quite so hot as we have had one week ago this past Mon- day in closing the news very cloudy during the morning a;]d some s~ho.wers off and on all day very pleas,ant night fox" rose. Tuesday morning a few clouds and later some showers which is badly needed for late gardens. Wednesday ,morning hardly a twig moving and very humid temperat- ure popping upward 90 bright sunshine and a very nice shower in la,te evening cooling ehe air somewhat Thursday more very warm and at ,2 p. m. 96. There 'just seemed to be no breeze what so ever rather a .warm night ,Fri- day morning a li,ttle more pleasant a:ld a very nice day. Sa,turday morning heavy fog, later skies were clearing but very warm in af, ternoon 93 in la~te evening a wonderful breeze swaying t,he lit- tie twigs too and fro. Sunday mor ning very pleasa,nt and a very nice day and a very heavy traffic all day. Folks taking advanbage of the Holliday, much cooler air in late evening. Monday morning raVher a heavy mist and a very dense fog no,t very good morni,ng for motor- ist. I hope there were no accidents and all enjoyed a fine Labor Day hope to have t:he pleasure of an- other visit wi.th you. Mr. John Love of near ,Charles Town was a supper guest ~Monday evening wit,h his sister and bro- ther-in-law Mr. ~nd Mrs. G. C. Pearl. A/lc Oarnett J. Wilt, son of Mr. and ~Mrs. Hu,mphrey Wilt ~h,o has OTHER I, I H I I " , meetinF, ;mined| iteiy alter ad- I journmen[. Presiden, t of Guinea criticizes U. Asbestos Production iligh By Mrs. Georgia Pearl with ,these qong time friends. , PIRit OF JEFFERS, ON rtr M R AD% OC: TE g---B 'l .... ,' HIIRSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1959 REAl) THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE READ TIlE CI,ASSIFIEDS in spite of the fact that 21 Ki- wanians were manning t'he en- i trance gates at different times dur i ing the Jefferson County ~air. Af- ',ter dinner was served the Club ad- [ourned to the ~air grounds. The Board of Directors held a CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PENNEY'S IS PREPARED WITH EVERYTHING YOU NEED! The reg~xlar meeting of the Charles Town Kiwanis Club was held .% the Thomas Jefferson Ho- tel last Thursday evening. Presi- dent Hund appointed Fred Byrer, Thurman W'hitacre affd~ Francis Printz to nominate officers for the ensuing year. This committee will repQrt nex week. The attendance was f~virly good, Mrs. Vallie Stanley of Round , H411 made a business call Tuesday evening at t~he ,home. of Mr. and A ~ " Mrs. G. C, Pearl. va|lable Now -- (,ood Used Trailers. Mr. and ,Mrs. Eugne Shreeves and family of Arlington, Va. mo- tored up tO,Vhe ,farm and spent LOW Rental Advance and Ix)w Monthly Payments. the weekend and Labor Day at ,their beaULtiful summer cottage a Rent Applies to Purchase. We Deliver and Block fine place to rest in the shade of the maple trees in the grove at to your location. the cottage. Mr. ,and Mrs. Herman Garrect a.ndMr, and,Mrs. J,ahn Hawk were Hll:lD 'TR ]LFR o =0r t' e ,or LE$ ,mers parenCs Mr. and Mrs. P~ank Garret t. of Millvil'le. Route 15, 1-Mile South of Frederick, Md. Committee Named to Open Daily to 8:00 P. M. Including Sunday Nominate Kiwanis Officers For 1960