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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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i all day busine.~g meetln$ and worksh'op. During the business meeting mem l)ers were told of the pro- posal to establish a Charles Town Garden Council. Proposed by-laws of this council were read and members were requested to come Io the Oclober meeting prepared to vote on same. Discussion of forthcoming County Fairy Flower Show followed. Schedules of the show were distributed. Final plans for the Shenan- doah-Potomac District meeting were discussed. This meeting will be held at the Jefferson County Civic Center on Monday, Oct. 3. Wort,h of CharIeg T~ were vi,~i- tors of Mrs. ,James Lilla and sons Jay and Vince on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilt:~hire and sons Michael, Timmy and Patrick of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wiltshire and chil- dren Veronica and Merle, ,Jr., of ltarpers Ferry were Sunday after- noon visitors of Mrs. Mary Wilt- sh lri" and Mrs. James N. Dillow and children and Dickie Cadwell of Damascus, Md., were recent Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dillow. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Longerbeam and children, Tommy, Linda, Registration at 10 a.m. Kathy and Diana of Engle, Mr. Announcement was made of an and Mrs. Harry Longerbeam and open lecture to be held at the children, Donna, Jean and Ran- New Street Methodist Church in Shepherdstown, at which time Mrs Nancv Fi, tzwater, State horti- cultural c:hairman, will talk on "Propogation of flowers, shrubs and trees." ry of Harpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Norman James of Bolivar, Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Longerbeam and children, Tracey and Robin of Ran~n, Mr. GraGnvel Longer- beam and children, Granvel, Jr., Following the business meeting Clayton and Faye and Mrs. Dora a delicious luncheon was served Mae Longerbeam and children, Sandra, Brenda, Dickie, Kevin by the hostesses, Mrs. Joseph and Terry were Sunday visitors of Warrenfeltz and Mrs. David Me- ..~:~.i:i:::.. ..... .ii:.:.)i ..................................................... MiHan After the luncheon talks Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Longerbeam. Continuing its expansion in the upper end of the medium price field, Mercury on general principals of flower Mrs. Wiltard Wiltingham and for 1967 introduces two new top-of-the-line series, the Mercury Marquis above,, arranging were given by,~torsdaUghter'ofNanCYMr, ofandRanson,Mrs. T.wereE. rand the Mercury Brougham, below. The Marquis is a sporty two-door hardtop Ruth Flanagan of Martinsburg Lake on Friday. With formal: vinyl-covered roof. The Brougfham ~oeoatU~aanne~?or~ec~eWre~Y :e~tal I andshepherdstown.Mrs. MargaretMrs.WilliamSFlanaganOf Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Mason and lation with lowerable back winnow m.u, - , r ..... , [and Mrs. Williams also judged Mrs. Bud Stuart spent the Labor four-door hardtop. Interiors are lUXUmOUS. Tne new cars go on sam m Lancom- t the club arrangements and horti-NewDay YorkhlidaySamt incanada.Niagra Falls Mercury dealerships on Frklay, Sept. 30. I cultural specimens. ........ [ Arrangements were: Mrs. Lou- Mr. and Mrs. Pittman Russell ~~ The hostess served delicious re- Daughters' Hospital, Martinsburg. !Reininger,iSe Ramey,Yellow.Red; MrS.Horticutture:Charles OfdaughterWilliamsport,and granddaugl~terMd' and theirof L]~I~|' l~lU~| . freshments and a socialenjoyed by all. hour was TheYtherine.have named her Ann Ka-Mrs" Robert White, White; Mrs. Martinsburg, and Mrs. Margueri,teHimes of Harpers Ferry were The next meeting will be at the Mrs. Jimmy Locke entertained George Heidrich, Yetlow; Mrs. Thursday evening visitors of Mrs. MI~ Mal'y B. FulT l home of Mrs. Ernest W~re with with a party for Lester's fifth Joseph Warrenfeltz, Yellow and Mrs. Leon Upright re.hostess on birthday Saturday afternoon. Red; Mrs. Joseph Carra, Red; Mrs. Mary Wfltshire. H. H. Hunter, White; Mrs. Phil- Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Dunn and Club Meets I Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 1:30. Get busy and get something Leetown Home Demonstr, a- made to take to the meeting for Club met Wednesday after- the sale that was announced. with Mrs. Ily Bratina. Mrs. Mrs. Charles Willis, a former a Baker was co.hostess, resident of Leetown, now liwing were 20 members and one in Bel Air, Md., spent last week in a~endance, with her daugl~ter and son-in-law, meeting was opened with Mr. and Mrs. "Ki, tty': Long in led by Mrs. Ernest Hen- Martinsburg. Mrs. Wil,lis also spent a day wRh Mrs. B. It. Rid- Charles Owens had the 61eberger in Charles Town. "You, Your Weight and The rummage sale at the Meth- Food." She explained the odist Church has been announced tlmr~ughly for Oct. 22, from 9 to 12 noon. report was read and Mr. Roy Furr, of Hagerstown, Sunday wi%h his parents, Mr. and treasurer's report given, i Md., was a caller Saturday after- Mrs. Marshall Wilson. ngminating commRtee, noon on his mother, Mrs. MaryI BruceFurr. Sh d G d Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lu,pton and e,a, oah ar eft Mrs. Ily Bra~ina, Mrs. Bruce Furr and Mrs. F. P. chose for their president, Joe Ware and treasurer, LeOn Upright. were eight women from C-~un~y who hel,ped to the fo~! at Camp Frame Saturday, three from Leetown Mrs. Eimest Ware, Mrs. Bruce Furr and Mrs. Leon Those present were Mrs. Clifford SCadiper, Donnie and Debbie lip Creamer, White and Mrs. Brown, Donna and Beverly Walk- Louise Ramey, Yellow. er, Kathy and Tracey Blue, Bren- -'----~eJm~.. ~.~ ~. da Swartz, Julie Gardiner and Cl, iff Starliper. Mrs. J. S. Locke, Mrs. Marion Blue, Kmhy and Tracey Blue Miss Dorothy La e were callers Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Feagans. ~ ~ ~' :~ The Leetown PTA are taking (Deferred From Last Week) orders for pecan nuts. k thgegordror-aris Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilson and T. W. Dillow were Mr. Foster baby, of Warrenton, Va., spent Lewis of Silver Spring, Md., and children of Armel, Va., visited Mr.. Lupton's parents, Mr. and Club Has Meeting At Mrs. Alton Grove, on Sunday. Mr. Lyle Furr and Kim, of ChaNes Town, were callers Sun- Home Mrs. Warrenfeltz day morning with Mrs. Mary Members of the Shenandoah Garden Club met Wednesday, September 14th at the home of Mrs. Joseph Warrenfeltz for an Mrs. Kenneth Turner and chil- dren of Middleway. Mr. Dale Dll- low and children of Rockville, Md., were Saturday guests. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Dewalt of Carlisle, Pa., and Mr. and~ Mrs. Thomas Lake, Jr., of Brunswick, Md., were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake. Sunday was Mrs. Lake's 82nd birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Kohne and children of M~thias, spent the weekend wih Mr. Edward Ry- man and daughter Juanita. Mr. and Mrs. William Ains- are a performance tha$ won't let him A tfve tilde. Integrfty of workman. Shfp. that add to the of driving. A car Iove~ that pamp $ and pro.tect the o! esh .- It takes a lot of car to satisfy a man. Mercury aoes d J erent ways! 000 it through tic. Also a i r' 390 GT M Oxford ,s01e. : fixer: See ,r Me4cury Wdealer's. i i'omlly mno! 1Hartmry Br f ham! s. of o ne. z A'lo of better ideas for man. That's Mercury lk~ugham. From its man- about;t0wn styling to its Conttnntal-type uphol- Unique Twin.Comfort Lounge Seats in front (plenty of legroom for him without disturbing herD. Marauder 410 V-8. New Super.Hush Ride. Power disc brakes up front, stand- ard. And speed control, op- tional. And many more better.Idea features. steW. Even Its power says "Man's Car," with a Ma- rauder 410 V-8. Choose, at no extra cost, either Select- Shift Mere-O-Matte or 4.speed manual. Choose the 4-door hardtop or the sedan (right) that offers a new slant on Breezeway Ventilation. Power front disc brakes, too. A lot of car: Brougham! Ford Motor Company Lffeguard Design SafeSy FoaSurn! On every 1967 Mercury you get as standard: Dual hydraulic brake system with warning light Deluxe front and rear seat belts with reminder light Impact-absorbing steering wheel with deep.padded hub Padded instrument panel Padded sun visors Padded windshield pillars Double-yoke safety door latches Remote control outside rear view mirror a Non- glare (Day/Night} inside mirror with flexible backing Breakaway or double-pivot inside mirror arms Windshield washers Two-speed or variable-speed windshield wipers Thick laminate safety plate glass windshield Turn indicators with lane