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[ A business meeting, was held !iI with Miss Layette Fraley, Presi- dent, presiding. e Mrs. Brown Hendricks, Shep- || |q || herd C llege, gave a report on the Consumer Education Confer- ence held at West Virginia Uni- a The Eastern Panhandle Home and salads in a meal, s ying versity for Home Economists of Economics Association met at "They should be exceptional, the state in August. Since most Poplar Knoll Farm, near ~he Sleepy Creek public huming area in Morgan County on Thursday, September 22. The group enjoyed a Smorgasbord dinner and a pro- gram provided by Mr. John Moos owner of the farm. Author of the book "Catering for Profit for the Retail Baker", i Mr. Moos spoke on the subject of his book, He stressed desserts Make them beautiful and good. of the consumers are women, Serve rich but small desserts." Home Economics has an import- He illus~trated this with his hi;gh- ly decorated salads and French pastries for the Smorgasbord. A native of Germany, Mr. Moos has served as a chef in a number of ant role in consumer education. Every 21 Seconds a new house- hold is set up. This is a buy-now generation. Consumers must list- en and read every day. We are too hotels including Hotel Pierre in tolerant. Be alert and do not be New York and now does consult- taken in by sales talk. West Virginia laws effecting ant work in catering and baking the consumer and com~mer re- industries. L T_ eL--__ ,Mrs. Winerd Bowers, Treasurer ~UuICl ~lUJ) iU ~|d~ Mrs. Bernard Ott, Personal Faith ...... land Family Life, Mrs. Nathaniel AnHfllll~ ~hflw ~ I Gray, Leadership and Resources ..... I-,,., ~ ..... I .... i Mrs. Elmer Wright, Mrs. Sher- The Quota Club of Winchester ,,man closed by reading a poem, is making plans for its Third ~omg ~y way. Annual Antiques Show and Sale r~ursery rrovme~ ..... to be held October 7, 8 and 9, at A nursery wm oe prowuea the Lee-Jackson Motel and Rest- next Sunday so that the parent aurant, Route 50 East, Winchester with infants and small children Virginia can attend the World Wide Cam ca~ion Sunday. Consecration of ,at least two joint meetings with Twenty-two deMers from sew- reunion services, also there will church school workers will be the Board Most of the Associate ------- eral states have reserved space be a dedication service for the held Also the annual Christian Trustees have had children or Fort Jackson, S. C. to exhibit and sell all types of, church school officers and teach- ~Education Sunday offering will grandchildren at Powhatan. Army Private Dale W. antiques, including furniture, : ers during the Worship Services be taken next Sunday. Two of the Associate Trustees 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. glassware, dishes, silverware, and el,1 officers and teachers are Mr. and Mrs. George Green- are voting members of the regu- Petrucci, 625 Jefferson lamps, jewelry and other items, urged to be present, i w~lt motored to Martinsburg lar Board of Trustees. Currently rles Town, completed a li Oriental rugs will again be one The October Circle meeting where they visited at the home serving on the Board for two- hicle driver course at of the feature attractions of this will be held at the home of Mrs. of Mrs. Greenwalt's sister and year terms are Mrs. Jean H. son, S. C., Sept. 2. Mitchell and family and Mr. and I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCAT Mrs. John J. Bragg. [ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1966 Mr. John Potts of Pittsburg, Pa. ~ .... and Mrs. Dave Gageby motored to Washington, D. C. and spentPost, Mrs. Ruth C. Funkhouser, gh, Jr., Mrs. Polk Guest. the day visiting with Mrs. Lena of charles Town, and Dr. E. C. Jones and William H. Lightner, Thursday. Stuart, Jr., of Boyce. -- The MYF will meet next Mon- The Associate Trustees serve PV~ ~I]P W day, Sept. 26 at 7:00 p. m. in the as an advisory body to the Board = "~ ....... * Ohurch Hall. of Trustees. They meet period- Next Sunday is Christian Edu- ically during the year and hold ~ "tompletes Driver sponsibility were discussed at year's show. Earl Peacher a~ 7:30 p.m. brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jam- Mackay-Smith, of White Post, and During the course, es Smith, last Sunday evening. P.T. Porterfield, Jr., of Charles trained in the operation I length by members of the staff of The Show will be open from ~~~mk'~,~J~ Mr. and Mrs. William Green- Town. Wes~t Virginia University. 10:00 a. m. to 10:00 p. m., on Fri- tenance of military vehicles The next meeting of the asscoi- day and Saturday, and 12 noon to | ~ walt and family of Alexandria,The other Associate Trustees and including the two will be held on November 6:00 p. m. on Sunday. All times ~ ~ Va. visited Mr. and Mrs. George are the Hon. Harry F. Byrd, Jr,, half ton truck. 16 at 4:00 p. m. at Martinsburg are Eastern Daylight Savings. GreenwaR last Sunday afternoon. Miss Vaida Boy-Ed, Mrs. Frank E. a~so given in the oper~ti0n High School. Each men~ber is Admission is one dollar. Mr. Wayne Welty Miss Judy Burch and Miss Mar-Ohristopher, Mrs. William B. Clag internal combustion asked to bring an idea for Christ- This Antiques Show and Sale .~~:~N garet Price of Charles Town visit ett, Dr. Dana M. Cotton, Kenneth chassis assembly. mas decorations and a covered is sponsored by the Quota Club ed Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Spitzer N. Gilpin, Jr., Mrs. George P. i His wife, Joyce, lives in dish. The covered dish dinner for the benefit of its child Tel- (Deferred From Last Week) and daughters over the weekend. Greenhalgh, George P. Greenhal- ton, W. Va. ~ill be h~d at 5:30 p:.m. Miss fare projects. Mrs. Cos!in Page is Mr Dave Gageby and daughterMr. and Mrs. Stanley Zombro argar~ ~)ncKmger Wl~L g~ve a chairman of the show s planning Joyce and Mrs Madge Moler ofand daughter, Brenda Gall, of emo.nstrauon on t~nrls~- committee. Bakerton motored to Rockvi'lle, Falls Church visited at the home mas uecoratmns wrm accent on Md where the- and Mrs Moler'sof Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gageby APPLICATION BLANK FOR lighting, using common materials. ~~~~~ son', Tommy ~ere supper guests and daughter, Carole Ann over "MI~S VETERAN'S DAY" CONT] ....... ~ ........ IlJl I 'I'~UI~ ~t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- the weekend. For All Comme ial And Home Wiring nALLItIWN mond Hoffmaster and family.Mr. and Mrs Andrew Cawlier kdAklkllkl ff' ....... From Rockvflle, Md., Mr. and and family of Brunswick, Md., TO BE CROWNED SUNDAY, NOV. 6 t 0cal West gh use I)eal Bernard ott Mrs Hoffmaster, Mr Gageby and (Eligibility Teen-Age Girls) ~~|~ " " 1 visited at the home of Mrs. Caw. ' ~ ....... ~~_ -~_-- .:- :: -- __ Joyce and Mrs. Moler trave ed to alier's parent, Mr. and Mrs. Stun- -- n er Mrs. t'auune o~t . .. Washington, D C to the National Icy Eye, Sunday. ~z~.~:~~ ~rs. ~)avid Penwetl, entertain- Airport where'Mr Tommy Moler Mrs. Della Potts and son of ~m~,:~~~:~, ed w~h a party on Tuesday after -" " - m Pittsburg, Pa., spent awhile visit ---Featuring A Full Line Of Mr r nd boarded a plane to return fro ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Name (Please Print) and Mrs. Leste Ott a noon from one to three in honor ~ ........ et- ,,-l~u-', ~r-m th~ U ~ n" " n ............ " s ......... David Gageby and daughter, last xeces, L~sa and aMrsha .Ode , of the frrst b~rthday of her httIe ~ Army F" " f ....... ~" .. Ranges - Washers - Refrigerators were rklay evening callers o daughter, Lmda Anne. Those help Mr a,,,' ~-~ r~enn;~ Fol~z of week. Mrs. Elda Burr and sons, Jimmy mg Linda Anne celebrate, were Berryvill'e~ V"a*spe~'nt l~nday eve Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby and Address Radios, Television & Electrical Appliances and Timmy, at the Bloomery. Teresa Bowers, Jimmy Grimes, nin.g vi~itin~g ~.t th~ hnma n Mr house guests, Mrs. Della Ports r h " f ............. -o ................ M s. Cat erme Webb and am- ~onny and Rmky Dmges, of Cha- and Mrs Jahn J Bra~u and son of Pi~sburg, Pa. visited idly, of Shenandoah Junction, rles Town, Mark Simons, and Tim- ~. ~..~ ~o..m." o,,n ~t. at the home of Mrs. Gledieth Pot- Remember: "It Pays To Do It Electrically" were Sunday visitors of Mr. and.,)thv. Anders, of Ranson, Memo and r~ouala'~-*~'-~-" wnan~pV'~'-"~- O~'~'-'~-'"~"'~"Prva~r~m,w. "]'*'~va ts and daughter in Martinsburg Age Phone No. Mrs. Merle Oden and sons. Ramon Gray, of Shepherdstown,vi.~Red at ~h~ hnm~. ~ Mr and [on Tuesday n}ght. r P d ................. MAIL TO: Lyman Crawford, Chairman See Us For F-R.E-E Estimate Today m. and M s. Ray ulse an Karen Muse and the hormred Mrs Thoma~ WeR,, ond famil,, Mr. Thomas Moler, Miss Joyce MhGMtA hPRIAFK:[ C91I] of Middleway, were recent guest Linda Anne, of Halltown. o,~,~" ~, "'~',~+h ~,,~ ~h, ,~ Gageby and Mrs. Madge Moler "Miss Veterans Day Contest" callers of the former's mother, The mothers who attended::::_:L"." ........... ~' - ...... ~ i were dinner guests at the home Steadman-Keenan Post No. 96 M ' ~vvumg. Mrs. ary Chne. were, Mesdames, William Bowers, Mr and Mrs Harold Colvert of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moler of The American Legion Tummy and Sherry Odenofthe y Din ges, Martin Grimes, and }'emily,Kathy, Margie Charles Town, Saturday nigh . Brunswick, Md. 21716 B~oomery visited Mr ann ~rs. )~ t;narms zown, r~amon t~ray, oz and Todd ,~ Winchester Va DIAL 725-5516 --- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Lester Oa on Sunday.' 3hepherdstawn, Frank Simons, of [ ~nenI qundav"vigi.tin at the home F nkh Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiley and Ranson, Alton Muse, Halltown, i of-Mr]an-d-'Mrs:-~'homas-We-l:{y M~S. U ouser Named As part of the program for the annual Veteran's ..... daughter, of Charles Town, were Miss Brita Wagner, Shepherds- and and Mrs Ruth Clean : Observance to be held Sunday, November 6th, there visRors of the formers' parents, town, Mrs. Nathaniel. Gray, Mrs. [ l Ir. Glenn Gageby son of lVlr, hssoclate Trustee At be the crowning of a "Miss Veteran's Day." _ ' : Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiley and Bernard Ott and Jennifer[and Mrs George Gazebo return- __ . family. Gray of Halltown. The hostess, ted home fron Italy where he The award will be given to the teenage girl, Tummy and Sherry Oden of the Mrs. uavid Penwell servea oirt a twelve month tour of Powh t School with two $100 Savings Bonds, who wins the most ~~ !BlmeryspeutStm4aywithdayeake'cupcakes'icecream'[~utvwi~htha'UsArmvMrota i ~ .............. . . throughthesaleofticketsonacolortelevisionset~ Dedicated to Serving their grandmother, Mrs. Nellie P to ch ps, and orange ade. LiE- Gazebo arrived at Fort Hamilton The Associate Trustees of the next four girls with the highest number of votes I Oden and son, Billy. da Anne received a nun ber I where" he was disohar ed from PoWh tan School, in Boyce, have gain a seat of honor in the Queen's Court and will l~~ Mr and Mrs Dole Harding, of nice gifts, and the children were ,, ,-m,~ ~v'c~ ~ elected four new members, accord Frederick, Md., were Sunday visi- all presented balloons, and a good Mr Glenn Gagebv and mother, ing to information released yes- ]~vlth All Precision I tots of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott time was had by all and they left [ Eliz~i~eth Ga~,eby .~ent the week terday by ~e headmaster, Donald young lady having the second highest number of Pharmaceutical Needs , a .......... in a place of honor in the Veteran's Day Parade. and daughtre, Kathy. w shrug Lmda, many more happy end visi.ting at the home of Mrs. E. W. Niemann. Niemann made will also be given a $100 Savings Bond. I Mr and Mrs. Buddy Dodson b~r~hdays. I Gageby'~ daw,h~r, Mr and Mrs the announcement on behalf of and family, of Maryland, were Mrs Rose Cour ney of Ranson I Donald Iialeand son Bret in Mrs. Kenneth N. Gilpin, president Girls wishing to apply for Lhe contest will clip ~--___ ~.n~ ] ' Sunday visi~tors of Mr. and Mrs. was a dinner guest of her ~on in I Alexandria, Va ' of the Associate Trustees. above coupon and mall to Lyman Crawford. [ ~| ~,~~[[~1-] ~~ ] Berlin Fitzwater and son. law, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.[ Mrs James ~Ii~tchell of Bruns-The new members are William For ENTERING The CONTEST WILL BE ~ Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wiley, of Marshall MeAboy on Wednesday. wick, Md s~en a dav last week H. Beard, Jr., Riverton, Mrs. Rob- 5, 1966. I I ] i Mi~lv,flle were Saturday callers of Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, and dau- ] visiting wi~ Mr and'Mrs B C I ert C. Cunningham, of White the former~s parents, Mr. and gl~ter, Miss Jennifer Gray, were] ' " " "" ..... Mrs.. Charles Wiley and family, dinner guests of Mrs. Ramon Gray Mrs. P~tsy Davidson and daug~- and family of Shepherdstown on [ ter, Misty and son, Jimmy, of Wednesday evening. } - were recen~ ca}lers of Mr. and Timothy of Hanson along with[ 'Jefferson' Village," Leetown, Mrs. Kenneth Afftlers and soul Mrs. Millardand daughter, her mother, Mrs. Bernard Ott, [ 11 Serving Your l Kathy. were in Winchester, Va. Thurs-] Snnday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. day morning on business, Mrs. J Frank Bell were Mr. and Mrs. Ott was also a dinner guest of the [[ O00d Hea th [ l~hfl~pOdenanddaughters, Li~a Anders. [ and Marsha. Mrs. N~thaniel Gray, Mong [ Mrs. Patsy Davidson and faro- with Mrs. William Woodward, of [ I| fly of LeeteWn were recen visi- Bake,.n. Mrs., Charles Myers. | For prescriptio compbunded [ ~rs of her parer~ts, Mr. and Mrs.~-. ~--~-~eP erdstown and Mrs. Ralph[ J~-nes Penwell and family. * Sager, of Hanson, ~tttended 'an [ with prof Dual accuracy and [ Avon meeting in Hagerstown, Md. | [1 pred,, all yomr heulth [ ead The SerJt-Advo( at Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.]Friday afternoon. [| needs---weareatyourservice. ] Bernard Ott, on Monday were, [I / ATTEND CHURCH ' "~ Mrs Cornelia Laye, and son, Mr STUCK & ALGER ~ W1Hmm Laye of Inwood and Cpl. [] PHARMACISTS ] - Andrew J. Ronntree, Andrew has ~f. ~ust returned from Okinawa where he has been for a year and [ 1 Dial 725"2621"Charles Twn, W" Va' ! ~ has been visiting his parent, Mr. ~\!, and Mrs. John Rountree, of Clear ~] .... ~ ~'}k~ water, Fla. Andrew will be stat- --- in aunn n ! I I J L -- -- n toned the Marine base at Qua- n iaco, Va. from nine months. Mrs. Elmer Wrigh~ along wi~h ~] Mrs. William Hoak and Miss Dor- othy Bowers, .spent Tuesday in Winchester, Va. thopping. Mrs. Kenneth Anders, and son Timothy of Hanson viseed her parertts, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard TOWN, W. VA. ott Tuesday morning, Timothy remained with his grandparents OFFERS'FOR SALE and was a dinner guest, Mrs. John S. Mennor Sr. and daugheer, Suzanne, and daughter in-law Mrs. John S .Mennor, II of Fenel on, Pa. and Cpl. Andrew , Rountree of Quanico. Va. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott, Mrs. Mennor and On Monthly Installment Plan mother Mrs. Ott spem Saturday .,,.,N,', other evening wi~ Mrs. Imuis R. Beck- er, of Charles Town. Mrs. Joh i T stick or "Mr." and Mrs." Select-Shlft Mere-O-Marie that lets a man rhn !t through the gears . V. lets*his,wife leave it tn automatic. Also a 4-barrel Marauder 390 GT V-8. Vinyl-cpvered Oxford Roof. Sports ~,pn~le. Also: Ttlt-A~vay steering wheel. Pou~r di~c.bsakts up front. A finger-tgp ~ed con- trol mounted ~ the: turn signal lever. But fi~gt: See Mercury Cougar. ~vaed elegance. At your Mercury Man's,vourMercuWdealer's. monument Mennor, It Miss Suzanne Mennor and C~I. Ronntree visited the Unlamed ~n~ Sequential rear turn sig- ca. in. V-8. Compression expect. At previews, people FOUR GRAVES LOT $280.00 Payable $27.00 Down. Kenneth Al2ders of Raison. Al~,rll~'$~$g nals ate staadard! They flash ratio: 9.3:1. And it Uses have overguessed by $1,0001 - be Mr. and Mrs. Granvil'le Wrigh lUxUry sport~ car tn three steps (at the rate of regular fuel. We believe Cougar is the Bal. I!MONTHLY PAYMENTS $28.00, Per Month can of Norfolk, Vs. spent the week ~g a ~$$~I~r prllC~,70 times a minute) to point Whenwe say Mercury un- best-equipped luxury sports ,, go0dl, end with his parent, Mr. and the wayvou'teturnlng, leashes Cougar, wemeantt, car forthemoney. SINGLE GRAVE LOT --- $75.00 Payable $9,00 Down. lust aS Mrs. Elmer Wright, Sr. They were Thin Is the day of the . ....: Cougar Is a superbsportscar. And at Cougar's price, accompanied to heir home in Nor Cougar. An entirely new It moves on cat feet. Track~ you can indulge yourself in folk Sunday by Mrs Egmer Wri- kind of driving machine true.Ridessmoother, quieter, such bette~-idea options as: I] l. 11 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $6.00, Per Month a~ a ght, Sr. and Mrs. Edwin Oevenger from Mercury. The price? Lcss than you'd S led steel wheels. 4-speed for a visit. Mexcury Cougar Is a true NO BI IAL WILL BE MADE UNTIL Rock of AgesO Mrs. Wtnerd Bowers, Mrs. Nat- car. With an tce.ool COMPLETE PAYMENT IS RECEIVED. hartiel Gray, and Mr. Lester Mol- elegance. With a European - Monument Bowers,er all Ofbrother.i .lawHalltown visi .dand sisterMrS" flair and th~at to its styltng. Cormealed headlamps are. , ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE COMPLETED Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clark of Clear With a roomy, full-width s=r~rd! They hide by day WITHIN ONE YEAR. available oniy fl'o brook, Va. on Sunday. ear atl With stan3 rd fen- and, cat-like, open night. Covered Dish S~pper tares found, until now, only IuMde, vinyl-covered YOU ARE INTEBESTED, CALL AT your Rock of Ages A covered dish supper was held in exper~lvecat$. Examples: bucket sea s0cuahtoned with in' the SoCial Room of the HMI-~ moldd foam, are smndard! U ERINTENDENTS OFFICE Authorized Dealer. towa Presbyterian Church Su~- Wal!~;o,wall deep.loop car- day evening at 6:30 by the To- EAST CONGRESS STREET, a insb womenmen" Theof generalthe churchm0tingwasfheld steer:lag whe~l, s~andard! petlU$, standardI 34poke And in a car this luxurt- Charles Town, W. Va. following the supper, w hieh ous, you'd expect a V-S Granite Works ime the new officers for the corn eng,. Cougar ha., It. A 289 ~,ng year was installed. The out 109 West John St. Sherman presided over the meet. Martinsburg, W. Va. tag, Mr. Charles Symons pastor of the church delivered the Telephone, 267.6141 charge to the officer . They were as follow, president Mrs. Alec LINCOLN-MERGUR~ DIVISION FOR COMPLETE DETAILS FLOYD G. ODOM, Owne Costello, Secretary and HistorJaz! _ . Raymond Parks, ,, [ ...... , _ , _ . , _ _ , II mm