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m I Y L Pmdng 5% Interest On Certificates Of Deposit And 4% Interest On Savings Accounts SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1968 A--2 S]PZmAL aUt3 tS Kg ImkONUB ] + :+ t As part of a "Speakout Week- end" being sponsored by 412 Girl Scout Councils across the United States and by troops on Foreign Soil, Shawnee Girl Scout Coun- cil, Inc will hold a Senior Speak- out for all girls 15-18 at the Brad- dock Street United Methodist Church, Winchester, Va on Sun- day, Nov. 3, from 2 to 4 p.m. Reg- istration will begin at 1:30 p.m. The four main topics on which girls will be urged to freely ex- press their views will be "Preju- dices," also the "Morals of Youth in Today's World," "Vietnam In- volvment," and "Campaign '68- What Part Can or Should Youth Take?" Mrs. J. Kenneth Mc- Donald, Martinsburg, will act as moderator for the program. Mrs. McDonald, in addition to serving as Director of Region 11, W. Va. Congress of Parents and Teach- ers, has been a 4-H Leader far 15 years, t6aches an adult Sunday School class at Arden Methodist Church: is a member of the Berkeley County Planning Com- mission, secretary of the Citizens Advisory Committee to the Berkeley County Board of Edu- cation, vice-president of the Wo- men's AuXiliary to the Hagers- town District Board of Child Care, and a member of the State Advisory Council to the ESEA Title 3. Since its area is so large, Shaw- nee Council is also sponsoring a speakout in Cumberland, Md in an attempt to reach as many girls as possible. Mrs. Warren Moore is in charge of the Cumberland Speakout and Mrs. Thomas Cof- fin is directing the Winchester event Additional infonmation regard- inng Speakouts may be obtained from any Senior Girl Scout, Sen- ior Arvisor, or Girl Scout repre- sentative in your area . girls 15-18, whether connected with COMMISSIONED?S NOTICE Scouting or not, are urged to at- I certify that I have before me tend the Speakout and use this for settlement the accounts of the opportunity to make. themselves following fiduciaries: heard on these issues facing F. Dean Nichols, A&~tnistrator youth today. of the Estate of Nellie Anna Biggs, Deceased. Edna G. Farnsworth, Admin- istratrix, of the Estate of Thomas Holmes l~arnsworth, Deceased. Rena T. Painter, Executrix, of the Estate of Charles E. Painter, ATTORNEY DEAN NICHOLS YO LOWS SPEAKER Announcement has been made that Attorney Dean Nichols will be the teacher this Sunday morn Deceased. ing for members and guests of Given under my hand this 18th the Yokefellows Bible Class of day of October 1968. the Charles Town Presbyterian LEWIS D. NICHOLS, Church. The class meets at 9:45 Commissioner of Accounts, a. m. and extends an invitation Jefferson County. to vislter oct. 2 2-t. . 1 +pair.Re ' + +ji ++ Notice Ot Wilm nt G son, Rayor Or Demolition Of the MU~licipality of Ranson, W. Va. Unfit Buildings Under the authority invested in me and the town council by an Ordinance regulating repair, closing or demolition of dwell- ings, or other buildings unfit for human habitational enacted by the council, of the municiuality of Ransen +on April 4, 1966, and Of which the M, kvor, city engineer if any, and a member of the Council were duly author zed as the enforcement agency, Will sit and hold hearings Saturday, Nov- ember 2, 1 p. m. in the Mayor's office in the town of Ranson, in accordance with the power ordinance which was enacted pursuant to Chapter 8, Article 4, Section 10 (a) et esq of the West Virginia Code, has given to me to do. The hearings will be for the Purpose of the demolition .of frame barn buildings located ,m the municipality of Ranson on the lots specified herein and own- ed:by the names contained here. Barn building located on Lot No. 18 +block 96, in the MuaicL pality of l nson and owned by George Tompros, who gives the Washington restaurant in Charles Town address. Barn building located on the Earl E, Paston estate, address Leesbarg, Va + Lots :No. 22, Lot No. 23 aad Lot No. 24, block 96. Building located on Lots No. 19 20.21 Black 96, in P nson and owned by Us. Evelyn M. Stuart, on Lots No. 96, and owned by Valentine Johnson, who address is Washington, D. c. Buildin g located on Lots 14-15, Block 96, owned by RonMd K. Kindness, of Rockville, Md. Persons {le iring to protect their ereets in these above listed properties should be sent at the November 2 hearings. By Order of the Council of the Mtmicipality of Ranson. Attested: Mary I. Baker, Town Recorder Oct. 24-2-t. ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA MINA HOOE PIEI E + Plaintiff v. Civil Action No. 1179 CLARENCE HENRY PIERCE Defendant 1. (The object of this suit is to obtain a divorce from the bonds of matrimony0 To the Above Defendant It appearing by affidavit filed in this action that CLARENCE KENRY PIERCE is a non-resl- dent of the State of West Vir- ginia, it is hereby ordered that said Defendant, CLARENCE HENRY PIF CE serve U l,n F. DEAN NICHOLS plaintiffs at- torney, whose address is P. O. Box 487, Charles Town, West Vir 25414, an answer, including any related counter claim or de- fense you may have to the com- plaint filed in this action on or before November 18, 1968. If you fail to do so, thereafter judg- ment upon proper hearing and trial, may be taken against you for the relief demanded m the complaint. A copy of said complaint can be obtained from the undersigned Clerk at her office. Entered by the Clerk o 6aid Court October 14, 1968. MARY L. RIGGLEMAN CLERK OF COURT Oct. 17-3-L i STA66ERS FOR CONGRESS (POL. ADV.) I I i Paid For By Jefferson County Dmocratie Association (PoL Adv.) Y --- . --- =~--- ~ Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Dedication Service A dedication service will be held at the Silver Grove Metho- dist Church Sunday evening, No. vember 3 at 4 o'clock. Refresh- ments will be served later at the Wesley House in Chestnut Hill. The speaker will be the Rev. John L. Ewing of New Jersey. Everyone is invited. Week's Revival t A weeks' revival will be held at the Chestnut Hill Methodist Church this week beginning Men- day evening at 7:30. The speaker, Rev. John Ewing, of New Jersey, will be spending the week with Rev. and Mrs. Woodward at the Parish House. Services will be held Wednesday evening at Mur- rill Hill Church for only one night; and Thursday evening at Silver Grove Methodist Church one night. You are invited. Hospital Patieht Mr. Cecil Everhart is a patient at the Charles Town General Hos- pital for several days after be- coming ill on Sunday morning. We pray his stay will be a short one. Guests on Sunday of Mrs. Le- ona Staubs were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Staubs and children, of Baltimore, Md Mr. Raymond Cole and sons, of Purcellville, Va Mr. Harold Staubs of Silver Grove. Rhonda Staubs, of Manning, spent Monday and Tuesday with her grandmother, Mrs. Leona Staubs. BURNER MAINTENANCE. BUDGET one now IIIIII I II .++-: :, ++,}!+{: +++ + +'~++,! +~ ++-,+~ ,+ :, ,'+++ + } +, + ++, ,p + + + + ~+.i m AND DO WE HAVE SHOESI! LL +J ~!i ~%ii :'i Guaranteed Against Any Fault In Workmanship. No Questions asked. They Must Be O .K. Or Your Money W'di Be Refunded. Q One Of The Largest And Most Complete Lines In This Area. NEW HIGH STYLES -- GLOVE LEATHER BOOTS +: Complete Size Ranges. Insulated Boots, Both Rubber & Leather. " COME IN AND LOOK AT THE FINEST SHOE COLLECTION IN TOWN. WINTER STYLES AND PLENTY OF THEM. ++ ,+ (J III HEADQUARTERS FOR MEN'S HILL.DALE SHOPPING CENTER EARL M. PARKER, Owner NO METERS -- YOUNG MEN'S -- AND LADIES' WEAR I . CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. J. 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