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Charles Town, West Virginia
October 2, 1969     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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October 2, 1969

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S " IT. SKAY S. CHOICE / C $' 09 C 2 roll C C C L B $ C. 15 69 You Moms are experts at discovering great values and loading up on terrific savings. Well, we have helped your search for the best at " wer prices. Come on in and let us fill your basket with specials that stretch an/ i l i C oz jar J OZ A R J 0Z A R III J OZ oz cans $ $ 35 00 00 U. S. NO. 1 OLD VIRGINIA i l 50.L bag Sls9 3 bag 29 49 J A R II g2i49' ~. L,~)! .) .- h. . Pc J t,l eill Ithe County Building, Charles was one of the founders and or ders-reside'at311 South Mildred Class 0fflcers t SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON--FARMER'S ADVOCATE ' t ~(' ~) Sm ~M~ W||| [ Town, phone 725-5116 ganizers of the bank and his fa- [ Str0et and are the parents of two I,I o e. . ~wer MII ion IS. ww I " I r~)~dJ,- Mrs Charles B Saran l I*~,-~u~a, ~,~lvv~v,~, x~u~ - i e ~'"~"'" . L It ue s a)L . . A . ~ "= m i I ther, the late James W. Str d r, [ Seemann who is with I A~e~ Llim~ I . ,Clal ~ ~ Wft#,l[ Vlalqhad Hrf h.ll [ [~mlb [served for several years as a Di-]i~' and James William Strider~~tUvl~)vi~)s 111[llll~=~l JMelba Buckland; Miss Thelma * .~ . o - v~,ie. -- -- ~ B Pearl Mrs Jean Shl le Donald Phdli s Finds ,I rector and Vice-President. Jim s [a student at West Virginia Uni-IN L ~" I ; "P Y" i P FROM PAGE I mother, Mrs. Carrie Gardne~ verdity " narm/0wn m JUNIORS: Riots, drugs, hippies--in the [grams, self determined projectS,[~ I Strider, spends the majority of [ ~ ] ~ I Mrs. Dixie Ruby; Miss Polly I~tlrp P~h[p Fill' ~as~ wasmng on ~zreez - ------ "------.- --,- minds of many, these words are I career exploration, hobbies, and] T " " ] her time with her daughter, Mrs. [ -- ] Election for class officers held [ Moore; Mrs. Gaff Zamherlan; Mr. here were only rive employees MI Mzs ndra Coo associated with todays youth, lelectricprograms. There are also[ [CarrieLee Strider Lynn, o~i ]at Charles Town SeniorHigh[ 'ke Cook; s Sa k-lt* &~.l I' u & u . when o~m startea working in the son, Mzss Jane Rzssler I, || But there are many y.oung people ] projects for the young owner of [ bank Tho,~ ~,-, nn~, ,~, thirty [ Buena Vista, Virginia. [ I iSchool, Tuesday, September 16, I I a lo ndrvCs[ nsI who are concerneo wire vulmmg[oogs and horses [" ":-- = I In addition to his service inlm'l" *"-"'J v odllced the followine re ults I~Or~m~m~'~" I a better tomorrow by being in- 4-H'ers erijoy the many activi- J,m said he can recall the good the Bank of Charles Town, Mr '. [ P~,n ~ a~g s " I Mrs. Andrea I~ewis; Mrs. Marge I volved in constructive work and[ ties and l~rojeets 4.H offers[ olde days when .he.he!ped post[ Strider has had a notat)le record t ute's tes AT ~H'a'~a.~: w~,~,iao, -~, iSmith; Miss Janice Holpe; Mr. [,~ ~ nam rn!mps ilw.~n " e and s an l ue~,v~lts anu cneczs vy nano ann "" """~" "" " ' ; W I varm has OlSC0verea [na[ 1~ preparation for the futur [ group d dubs Clubs may se e- [ t. ~' [ of achievement in banking and I " " ] ~ r Vice-Presiden~ ~sn;, Aio [ Howard 1 t; Mrs. Joanne Radosh ] r. ". - ~e pvr~ecteo pain cnecKs anu "#'~ ' -- ~; ~ its " " much more prozltaole ~o let 1 during the week of October a-l![ct such worthwhile actzv~tms asl [civic enterprises. In 1960-61, he[1": a l a.~ ~L~ at- I = a .q~er~tsw T ,~, ~a, fl~ [Mrs. P y WhRe; M~ss Susan[.~++~,~ r. + ~.;o ~ it will be this group who hopes I Community beautification, healttr i notes With a nanq press. ~pw i was elevated from Vice-President i |~I A~I;HIIIOII lq~llllg I,~,~.~,~.':,',' ~"."~ "~ ?"^,~,~ ~:~.'~.'.' i Knott. I #. to be making the headlines with [safety, recreation, leadership, and [ mo~ every act is. oy au[o.mauon [to President of the West Virginia [ - i^',~."~*.~:'~rar'l~a'~o~]'.~.on' ~,s'~, ." [FRESHMEN: ] Phillips says, "I have be stories of what they believe in I cinseryation. [ w~tne m~st ~moaern equ~prne~ i Banker's Association. He had al- i ROger J. Perry, Jefferson Cow- I ~an.~a's ~ J Mrs. Elizabeth Gracey, Mr. Wil [ pasturing my.beef cattle 36~5 d~ arid do. . . .I Backstopping thee future c!ti-[banl~:s%~,~i" 2%~~,~vu,~.lready served on a number ~of~nty's Member in the West Vir-].)~.~) ,~a~. Ilium K line, Mr Ed Mr. la year.except.~or aoout 30.~ National 4-H Weex is ol~servea|zens aria leathers otour countrYi;,~a ;^-~. L~. :::~:S::. :':;:'limportant committees in the|[inia's House of,Delegates was I"'Q;~ ".~)-'~-~:L iHenry t~ramer; ~rs. wvian e'lem[eacn wlmer snow/s.~ ,n are several million .-,- ~u UlllJUlglllg gtl2CUI~ALL;~, ~tlV "~ lkrll~tlll xt~m~ey, x-r~ucut, In MISS Helen Roberts Mrs (~eep tor me cazue to get to by more than 3 mJllio boys and |. ' ' parents, aunts, I ~, a "I State Association and was one of [ seloeted by the Speaker of the I ~. I " g; ' ; I ,ayew sate~eposl[ ooxes v, amy blms, vlcerresluenL cluny nl an round That is the onl tl girls 9 to 19 years of age from [uncles, grandparents, volunteer [and "~^. p.~ [the men who worked out the re-[House to represent the State, [ ~ " c ~ ;n [Rosalyn Flu "g . J gr " . . y. " Indian r~,sorvations ~,hettos. bi~/leaders, and the thousands of I . ,u, tg~w ~u~s. ,uw "~ I+~ + i,n ,lon or "arestJ ~^-," ;,h ~ h ~.~.~ I,al~m-, oe~gca~y; oy,v,a ~,~y, I - . I mat me cows are tea any nay ,of Charles Town ~s a Full,Treasurer The new year a round gra~ cities, sprawhng ranches, surb. |men and women employed by the,Service t'- a eom"lete I Virgima bankers. Locally he has I lit the Convention of the National ] - I Tm~an|n~ ~l[[~r ~ /11~ I c-- " '^ ,~ ~+ +~-^ ,v .~ urbs, hills and valleys, farms and[Cooperative Extension Service[ ,ua~L~, w~ . ~, - Ibeen active in the Vestry alkd[Tax Association beinu held thisl~urnuMoltl~ ~SLA~:, [/lUllllil~ I~lllq~ll~l Will| "1[1111 oncept emp,~z ~mall towns 4I] combines the/who supervise and uuide 4.H lame oz nanking servxces mema-It,: ,~ ;+*,~-~,~'i,n ~'"is / 1.~, ~ ~,^- a,Z ^ ~. I Tom McWatters, President; I Its made possible by the proI best of learning and fun It off-[youth work. Also scores of priv-| g ~ep.arateand comp; d ~par[. [copal Church; he is secretary of|from Monday through Friday [Doug Allara, Vine-President; Lm-]lnfantru Ihv In V| ~hlamlc mbmatI n .of Tall Fescue, Ol " " ! - /meats ~or t~mmer~=~a, uuu ~v~urt- " da Kratz Secretar duo ~toler J arclgrass, Bluegrass, anct gO ers a wide variety of pro]ects and ate business enterprises have sup ~, a rn~+ I the Endowment Fund of the Cha. [This meeting will feature nre- [,Y, Y,I I activities which emphasize "Learn [ported 4-}.I for half a century.[gage L,? ~"%~;~,~" I rles Town General Hospital. One |sentations by the' National %x- [ Treasurer. I U S Army. Vietnam - Army I management,'.' according to .Ja~ ment Loans, Reguh. ,a--,s~, . -" - ~elger, Dxstrlct uonservauoW ing by Doing and rewards the Now ]s a good hme for youth /of his most pleasant assocmtions {pelts in the taxation field The [ FRESHMAN CLASS:[Captain Charles F Moler, 24, son[ youth ior personal growth and [to oin says Shirley hiley, esD'eno i p it ao. m'lis the membership in the Henry [state delegation will he Primarilyl Betsy Walker, President; Zris I ofMr and Mrs Ciaarles F Moler I u. S. ~oii t;onservau achievement. . . [wvu County Extension Agent, [~rust Department [Kyd Douglas Camp of Sons of [interested in those experts deal. [Anti McKee, Vice-President; Jen. 1105 E." Congress" St Charles Town ] ae~lfemethod all but eliminat Young people may ChOOSe their |4-it. Clubs throughout the county [ " i Confederate Veterans. He has ling with state government and |ny Sue Peters, Secretary; Terri I was .assiuned August 28 to the[ 2~ own individual 4-H project from [are being recorganized and new [ [mrtt tienerauon ]been Post Finance Officer of the [th~ l:elationship between the,[ Lawson, Treasurer. ' [4th Infantry Division in Vietnam[mg labor ano macmnery. - ~everal people are oevelopmg* more than 100 offered. These [clubs are ~ust starting. To flnd,J~m is the third generation [Jackson-Perks Post No. 71, Arae-[s~te and federal governments. [CLASS ADVISERS: [as art operatmns and training off. [int~,~st ~n *h ooh,~,e range from traoitional aa~ry, lOUt how to join 4-It in your com-/o~ nis tamily to ne associated/rican Legion. /Mr. Perry is a membei" of the IFOR THE SENIORS Are: I icer. . I "~- " swine, gardens, foods and cloth- |munity, contact the WVU Jeffer- Iwith the Bank of Charles Town. [ Married to the former Sarah [Finance Committee in the House / Mrs. Joyee Deputy; Mrs. Arlene [ His wife, Patricia, lives at 1921 J a. ~ ~ ing ,to ;ve~ science pro- [son County Extension Offlee inthis g~andfather, Isaac H. Strider lForrest Harrison Brown, the Stti~ |ol Delegates. IRoSe; Mrs. O'd~ga-Snydeg~ille Pike; Hag~rstown,Md: I ARene t, lnlrCll aL ca] ur( of tl i las ] Re ex] I-Ic eat M( ers to ) No