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Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
September 29, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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September 29, 1966

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AnmA.,n,,^ I nn_ ,,Aman& Id|ee Chlmk .nh , the church calendar. On d, ayf It was called to the attention Id|L, , h^nn lulm- IH^^m D,-e|nno Ae r SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE IIIlVUIII, U I.Ilyal~llll~lll | IV1133 dlUlllUUUlJII [millions of persons of different I of the Chapter that Mrs. Edgar IV1133 VVlIIICll LPlClIk, I~IOIG IVll3. VIIJ~III 11~31y113 /43 /qPT-IITI~on .xr ~I~I-)qPI~IV[I~I~i~ 90 l Ogll A I I Chm~mn branches of the church I Stone, the treasurer, is a patient _ / -~ M|ee IInrn~u ('^mall I gnact flf HOnOr I throughout the world wiU observe [ in .the Winchester Memorial Hos- |C gr21Jnat~ Fenm flh|n f*habm~n gmlntu' l i I'll]all I~VIVIIIJ 1t@VIIIbll I ~,0 V ,, ] the sacrament of the Lord's I pital. She would appreciate re- ~,~ uIUUH~II/SV /IVnl VIIIV qhlllUlllllUII I,vwn$ a /Mather Air Force Base in Calif., to hear Mrs. Bowers discuss ! ~, ~ , ~ ~ ~ L~ [ a, m ,~ m F~ [ Supper remembering the fellow- I ceiving cards from her friends , ,, it t~ ~, , ~ ,,~ ,, ~ [ Mrs. Clowser is the former Miss I demon.strate the "Use of Cos~ |0 ~"~. ~|Dn ~e~|~n I A~ ~Na~| 5n0wer I ship all Christians have [ Drawing of the door prize was V~l|eV ~u~lno 5{n~| ~eauT|~0n rr0or0m / Susan Sinn, (laughter of Mr. and [ ics.' - -- I ! with one another around the I awarded to Mrs. Kay Rudolph. [ "~ ~ - ~ [ Mrs. Threll (T~m) Sinn, Charles [ ,ii , ! i nursing school with tmnors and ents, Mr. end Mrs. Robert Ball- Be Guest Speaker At Mr. Nelson L. Palmer, eager and family, West Washing- / From September To June 1st Fill the coupon today, enclose check or money order to make sure *your college student has the hometown news every day. Take advantage of this special p Sce to- SPIRIT Of JEFFERSON-ADVOCATE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Enclosed is Check or Money Order in Amounts of , $3.50 (Plus 11 cts. Tax in W. Va.). Please Start My Subscription. Due to Start Name ...... School Address -- , , citr ,, State \ Don't miss out on the home-town news while you're at school! Your local paper will be a companion--keeping you up-to-date on happenings at home ! day. on Ootober 5, she will go to Mor- ganCmyn, W. Va., where she witl begin a course to obtain a degree in nursing a~ University Hospital ton, Street, Charles Town. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Gary Leslie, 348 East 2nd Ave., Charles Town, a son, James Gary, Jr., on September 19, in the Win- chester Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Leslie is .the former Miss Bar- bara Jane Withers. Mrs. Frank L. Bushong ~s' spending severnl days this week in Clarksburg attending sessions of State meeting of DAR, 1812 and DAC at the Stonewall Jack- Mr. J. Wil*liam Flanagan of son Hotel, and on Friday and Bakerton entered Winchester Saturday will be at Great Caca- Memorial Hospital on September pon Lodge attending the State 5th and underwent surgery on Cancer Society meeting. September 20th. This is the fifth i Mr. Samuel R. Crockett, Jr., has operation on his spine and his re-enlisted in the U. S. Navy for friends ar~e certainly extending six more years. He has at pres- their best wishes for his recov- ent iine, ten years of service ery. with the Navy. He is the son of Rece~ visitors at ,the home of lMrs. Ellen S. McQuinn and the Mr. and Mrs. Amos Dillow, 311 late Samuel R. Crockett. Mr. North Lawrence Street, Charles Crockett is married to the for- Town, were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh I mer Miss Ann Palumbo, and they Wiley, M~l]vi.lle, Mr. and Mrs. l have one sop, Samuel L. Joseph, W, illard McCauley, Mr. Floyd St- and are now residing at New Port, mons, Reason, Mr. and Mrs. Rhode Island. James Nicewarner and fam~y of Dr. and Mrs. Witliam G. Mfllville, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Pringle, III, announce the birth Penwell, Martinsburg, Mr. and of a daughter, Sydney Susan, Mrs. Bobby Nick and family, of born August 30, In the University Chestnut Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Day- Hospital, Morgantown, W. Va. id Fraley, Keedysvil~le, Md., Miss Mrs. Prin, gle is the former Miss Branda Kay Nicewarner and her Lucy Brown of Morgantown and [ brother Kenny of Charles Town. Dr. Pringle is the son of Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vernon Woodrow Rutherford. I Longerbeam, Harpers Ferry, are Mr. J. C. Ballenger, Mrs. Thel-[ the parents of a daughter, And- ma B. Cornell and Mrs. Granville [ rea Marie, born September 23, Dinkle visRed their uncle and 1966 in the Winchester Memorial aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George Coff- man at Winchester, Va. on Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming, Sr., accompanied by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming, Jr., Arlington, Va., returned home on Sunday after visiting a week with the former's son4mlaw and daughter Captain and Mrs. Edward A. Lloyd, ~t their .home, Valdosa, Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Clowser left recently for Cacramento, California, where Mr. Clowser is attending Navigator's School at Hospital.. Mrs. Longerbeam is the former Miss Mari,lyn Barie Jones. ~r. Amos Dil*low, of Charles Town, has returned to his home after being a surgie~l patient in the King's Daughters HospRal in Martinsbu~g, for the past two weeks. Sn. Regina.l Franklin (Franlde) Stau~bs and his fiance, l~iss Georg- ianna De Cusio, drove from Bost. on, Mass., on Friday to spend the weekend wt~h the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George R., Maple Ave. Other week- end guests at the S~aubs' home Harpers Ferry High On September 9, 1966, the new officers: Norma J. Mumaw, Pres- ident, Nancy Bush, Vice-presidertt Town, Rt. 1; Mr. John P. Washington, D. C.; Mr. A. Crum, Brunswick, Md.; Joan E. Hodges, Bolivar; Betty U. Cooper, Brunswick, Mr. Charles 'H. Reek, of and Carolyn James, Secretary, Town; Mr. Jules J. Jimenez, P~.tsy Rutherford, Treasurer, Joan pers Ferry; Mrs. Jacqu~ine chell, Charles Town; Mrs. Winters, Reporter, and the new p. Fr~e, Harpers Ferry; F~LA Sponsor, Mrs. Margaret Jamison met with the FBLA members of Harpers Ferry High School to make plans for the coming year. At this meeting the following committees were appointed: Pro- gram Committee: Susan Viands, Flo Ann Pierson, Linda Gay. Bulletin Board Commi~tee:i~ Susan Gray, Elizabeth Srnoot, Flo Ann Pierson. Finance Commi~ctee: l~tsy Rutherford, Carolyn James, Rachael Smoot. On September 23, 1966 a new fund raising* project, The Tom Watt Plan, was ex*pIfilned by ~he sponsor, and the group voted to adopt the project. Mrs. Donald "Lee" Bowers of Charles Town, was announced as guest speaker for the October 17 meeting, at 2:30 in the afternoon in the school cafeteria. The Future Homemakers of America Club at Harpers Ferry wi'll 'also be guests of the Future Business Leaders of America. The club .is Clara Olipp, Brunswick, Md.; Mary E. WiRshire, Millvitle; Herman L. Swartz, Rippon; Blanche D. Martin, Md.; Mrs. Amanda L. Charles Town; Mrs. Betty A. fin, Charles Town; Mrs. R. Beans, .Knoxville, Md.; Pauline E. Day, @hades Town t Mrs. Martha M. Whittin Charles Town. SCOTT & WHITE. PHONE 72S-2182 Ethical Pharmacists CHARLES TOWN, W. No. 150 000 Dr. When your bears this label yOU you will benefit from best that the seleuee pharmacy can pr'ovid~e. Monday . Tuesday. Wednesday ---ONLY--- DOOm mm| ( Experienced Operators Only) 11 VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP 118 N. Charles Street -- Phone 725-5414 Charles Town, West Va. around in circles, Over your fashions for Fall? See our lovely new woolens, know they will please you all. CLEARBROOK, vmGImA Open 9 to 5 Monday -- Saturday )