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Charles Town, West Virginia
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September 29, 1966

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SPIPJT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 29, 1966 SECTION--B Junior 'Harry D. Hartman Completes Life I Instance Conference Charles Town life insurance man Harry D. Hartman, who is associated with Mutual Of New York's Baltimore-Dortch agency, completed a special business and educational conference of the cam pany's sales leaders at the Park Sheraton Hotel in New York City last week. Mr. Hartman is among 175 field underwriters selected by company i officials for excellence in sales and policyholder service during their first year with MANY. The three-day conference inclu I Rea)rd Enrollment Powhatan School, which open- ed for the year on September 14, now has an enrollment of 126 boys and girls in grades 1-8. This is the highest enrollment in the school's history, according to the headmaster, Donald E. W. Nie- t mann. t The geographical breakdown is as follows: Clarke County - 58; Boyce - 25, Berryville - 19, White Post 8. Millwood 6; the city of Winchester 27, Frederick County 22, the Fror~t Royal area 11, Cha- rles Town 7, Faquier County (Uppervflle) 1. Be Wise - Advertise ., s.~. ~ Onlr the Np,,,.enaner ONLY THE NEWSPAPER lets you read on the run, You can get a good idea of what's going on by skimming the headline~. You can get a better idea • by reading the articles which intercept you most. And you can get the whol~ mrI by t adiag ewq lumn. Wow! Who goes there? '67 Dodge Dart. That's who. That's Dart, all right-totally new. Through-and-through new. New long, low silhouette. blew plush interiors, blew easy-to-read, easy-to-operate dash instrumentation, b4ew performance, too. With a choice of engines from the supersmooth 170-cu.-in. Six to the 273-cu.-in. 4-bbk V8. b4ot to mention a host of new safety features. But there's one thing you'll recognize about '67 Dart-its low price, It's still got compact written all over it. Why resist? Enlist, Dart for 1967. :, : .... : '67 MONACO Full speed ahead. Monaco, flagship of the '67 Dodge fleet. If you're determined to go first-cabin in '67, here's the way to go... Monaco. Extras? Everywhere. Everything a luxurv-lovei" ever looked for-even optional vinyl-covered bucket seats and headrests, if you wish. Plus the power of the standard 383-cu.-in. V8 up to the 440-Magnum, optional at extra cost, to put you ahead of the pack. DODGE DIVISION MOTORS CORPORA110N Enter the big Dodge Rebellion "Winner's Choice "Sweepstakes. See your Dodge Dealer for details. EAST WASHINGTON STREET CLENDENING MOTORS, Inc. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Watch the Bob Hope Chrysler Theatre (Wednesday).. AFL Football (Weekends.. and the Roger Miller show (Monday).all on NBC-TV. Check local listing for RPON i ANSON, W. VA. PHONE 725-5221 =============================== 'HASE • R WAX STA pS OU Have Been Asking And Waiting For This HASE Luxurious, Bold and Flaflerlng Une, and We )U N !HOW Have It Ready and Wafting For You To In Just About Any Color Or Size -- You Desire ,UPON ize N TAMPS tASE m TAMPS :ASE WAX TPON Ill Powhatan School Has Eleanor Ann Shirley; Mesdames Hazel Hendricks and Margaret Kil mer. ard Frances Heflebower, Lucille Hdlebower, Christine Hunter. Mary Emma Conrad, Mildred Con :. :: ": : advancedded a presentatiOnunderwritingbyspecialistsMONY's : about the company s new techni- ;:~ i~i::~, ques for meeting the needs of % .....i!i~i!!~~,~ ?* ~: : today's businessmen. Another dis ~.:,~:~ ............ ! .... : cussion focused on MaNY s new health insurance products and ~ : : how they imegrate with the re- cently enacted Medicare pro- of the Charles Town ing and it consists of. c!ubs from gram. ------------ Martinsburg Junior Woman's Charles Town, Martmsburg and qn 11 Law Enforcemnt have been working this past Berkeley Springs. ~h making ceramic ash tray "l~he craft was undertaken as a ~#]#~,a, .s to be given as souvenirs district project with each club ~eh family atten~ng the an- contributing much time and ef- Conference ToBe Held Conservation outing to be fort in the making of these 100 at Cacapon State Park near leaves. In Id .H ek n FBI :eley Springs, Sept. 239 24 Those attendrin g the week-end .s 25. out from Charles Town will be Eastern District of th, e Mrs. James Gore, Mrs. Rboert Ion D. MacLennan, Special Virginia Junior Woman s Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Agent in Charge of the Pitts- • burgh Office, of the FBI, ann- is the hostess for the out- er~ Bureh. ounced that 'The Law Et~force- Fresh off the drawing board with an arsenal of powerful new ammunition. Bigger. Longer,; "" - er merit Image" will be the subject Mrs Edi4h Garrett was a ainn ...... , • .... .. _ .,._ at a speclal Law emorcemem con- | guest THUrsday ot lair and ~rs I " " terence to be sponsored by the Sharper. Hot new Dodges to back the attack on dul: drivlng., Dart, Coronet,_ Polara, Monaco, I G. C. Pearl. - "ro FBI at Martinsburg in the Berk- Mr and Mrs James zom~ , . " n" "ircu't "o " twho "have oeen" "asszsur~g'" Mr'" and ezey wou ty~ . , ~ ur~room on i Charger. Check them out today. The Dodge Rebelhon wnll ~et you nf you dodt watch DOt,• M~. f'. ar ia Pearl I • . October 11, 1966 It is anticipated [ -_.-,, --- _----- o--: __,_. | i Mrs. Lewis My.ers. with so~. e o~ that many of the serious prob., ~~~I ~~ n~ ,---, I the Fall work nave returned leans confronting the ,law ertforce '. mornin~v Ra~her cloudy. | home again. • ment profession at the present are so han ' ui for the won-[ Mr. Estel Wktt and son, time as well as the urgen need --- wraelslin SandWe have been getting.sp.grm s were be-[ OfTuesdayCharlesof_ Town,the~ formerWere..'s ws~tors lgrand. _ [ lotions will be among the st~bjects If°r" bette~. ,.nolice -c atom, r e-I • . • ~J'~\ • ~ • . ve low Gardens are mother, Mrs ueorgia riper ana l~. ~ ~,.~.a. I ~y ~l~r~w, but we are so grate- [daughter, Mrs. Rosetta TaFa~n. I ~'k~o;~n'g~to Mr MacLennan, I f0r the fine rains for pastures | Mrs Sarah Garrett and daugh" ] .... "- " I ~I Ii i! !~~ ......... • " =:-- and _randd~u-hter, t me comerence will be attended replenisHing tHe earm. [ ~er,~nirzey,.l~e~e, re dinnger ~est~~Sun- ! by representatives of the FBIr and i Time Again ' i ~ .... ’ ~the farmer's sister, Mrs. law enforcemen~ agencies ~.n thei r-, ...... , ..... .._ ...i,h~ ~-a '-: -.. ~ area. THiS is one in a series oz~ e,l, Is zzu ume again w / ,-i or '" " " 1 ) ~ e ch Sunda Mrs R~setta Talton was a d" "; ~,g.serv'c s, ea Y 1Her -uest Sunday of her mother- Delta Kappa 6amma I '6 R NET. ~ning ~t 11 o clock, brought a l.. ~: ,,_~,'la.~,,n Talton, of / f ~a:re ihe:in~ Neet nn Frankfin / Advance and be recogn,zed. We know you' You're '67 Coronet, L bar 2 he will be with us I duo to ar~0hrR~s. Mrs. TalOn was ~.t, Chanter nf the Delta Ka~na| ~'~ ~ere Lost year s biggest selling Dodge gets oil freshened up, atl sharpened up for another big assault on the drab S|xes wBl" a, lso be c~-n verv ............ wetl pleased for tthe assxst- Gamma International" .... Honorary["~ and dull V8s. And you know what we mean. The ones you've had enough of. You're ready for Coronet. You're ~ion .Service; Come ot~t tot ance. . . _ society, for Women Educators| ready to move out of that deep rut and into o car with class, dashl .......... services WUl say you rs urm the past week S a Lse . • ..... i Vising d g held it s eptember meeting t| and Iotsof it-with your ch0iceof (ckSix or4 great ..... . .... , .giact to near itev. aar-lwith the Franltqh, M diOdtst Ohdrch,| .... Thot'sCoronetfor'67.' ..... .... " : , a ~t~wer" ' I {and do t~*i~y Iove ~ have a ~s~ Franklin, West on S~t- ~"ffi'~rs. Sarah Garrett wholmslltke t~i~) were Mrs. Margie ~ar- urday September 17, with the xor~ .~uRe ill w~th arthri, tis. is raft, Mrs Virgin~ia Zombro, Mr. ~.tql. ~o m~h .... ,~i .... ~e now aster several days w,s~’ Ronn,ie Garza, Mr. John Love, hostesses. net ier dau hter, Mrs Pauline Al- Mrs Edith Gaxrett and granm.. ..... g " " " Mr me an day meeting opened ' ' ve dear friend, and lairs eorge "ralph anu z m- , ........ ry ..... ~ ....... • ........... Zombro meeting ~ouoweu oy ~ne ini~tiat- N is feelln ust a itl~le oe~tez ily, .Mr and Mrs oamc~ ~ , PO i" " g J • " "" " ....... i- ion ceremony ~rs Richard Ad- odd rest Do hope now smce Mrs ,va ~ourtg, Mrs £N~bt ~ . . • ., • g " - " "" ....... -es Jen ams and l .rs A.ionza Peters of is hbme she can feet more Staubs, Mr ana ~ars ~am - ~_ , .., • . ,. .... ": -- ren t narles ,own were two of me For~ble, so take good care ox kms and aaugnter e "Talton eight new members self, m dear friend Mr and tieorg .... " I I ~t y • . . - .. ~ ",,__ ,~ .... ;. r,i Tne a, ternoon program was con to hear ofand tamny aria ~vzr~. ~-~-s~ -.- re are very sorry . . ........... a.- eve- ducted by two chapter members, "''~O1 DART • ~er one of our fine friends, per were vls]vors oa,~uz~aay Mrs Henrietta Lay and Mrs Pri Clayton Ta~ton, of Hamilton, ning of the latter's son and tam-. scella Cottins topic was "What is rAMP~,' has been suffering quRe a ily, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garrett. " the R~le of Education in Crea- Iof Pain from arthrRis. Take Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt were tivRy? . Mrs. Lay talked on the ASE I of yourself; hope you soonuvisitors Thu day evening wi h general topic creativity in the out !be okay gain. Mrs. ueorgia rzper.._._------, of doors. n's , The group adjourned to meet " in Charles Town in November. [PON Those members attending from Jefferson Ooun~y were: Misses