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October 31, 1968

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ATTI~I~NrH|]~CI4 T~|.~ .~|I]~Ay ~ i42'2 presented a "Scouts Own }.~-.~qN Patient inHespital TSPIRITOF JEFFER~ONFARMER'S ADVOCATE:~ IlAl~l~Phdm PIPI~I~B Iprogram along the banks of the h I I~ I~ J~ kl Mrs. Eleanor Mason entered ~ ----- --- nanr n rr l[ IP2tomac River last Sunday, Oct. i K,~ [# U N Charles Town General Hospital THI RSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1968 ,~;**: :.** ~w**.***.:. i uT. it was well a(tenaea oy 1heI on Wednesday for observation D~||~AD U~$C I girls' parems. The girlswould!Mrs, Austin Nicodemus and treatment Breeden and on Sunday Mrs four children, of Alexandria, TOH KITCflFN FOR SHFRIff ouman D~I[[~ Ilike to give a special Thank - " Gene Somers of ttanson, Mr. and Mrs. B~l!ey: 2illard were gl MRS REID GERONIMO I You" to Mrs. Mottle Littleton of ~,~;~a~::~a ~~:.~a~.~:::.~t:;~;,~ Mr and Mrs. William Whetzell Mrs. David Housden and ~on, Do-Iat the r ed n home. I Ranson who presented them with, Birth of Son ! and two sons, of Gaithersburg, rid, and Mr. Freddy Housden, of ---------- -- . ~~Yl] an American Flag for the Troop. t The Rev and Mrs David Way- Md were weekend guests at the Shenandoah Junction Mr. and GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY Jefferson County Needs Tom Kitchen for Sheriff ( . ~~ i They also would like to thank land announce the birth of a son home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood and Mrs. Robert Housden and iREAD THE mrs, Louxse ~rown aml mr ev--'-one who hel-ed to make Ir,~ol,~, T ~ ~sr,h~,~ r~ o" wry p on erluay, ucL za In me Alexan-, Tom Kitchen is widely known throughout the County as ~ ~-~ss ,~s ,haw "hake sale" such n success ,h-i~ ~,~,i,~1 r~o ;~ ,h 1 I a man of i,t z, ty. An able administrator who will eV visi 2d and ms. John Healer i'" ik Mfliam" He etd re-ma fectively supervise the collection of taxes, Tom Kitchen on aturaay. I a patient in the Charles Town twelve ounces. He has been I ,The Pollyanna Class of ,Bo!xvar,GeneraI Hospital. He is improv-tnamed Mark David Wayland. I will insist on I)roper supervision and maintenance of the united Met nooist nurcn nave ing very nicely and hopes to be I Mrs. Austin Nicodemus was a / postponed their regmar meeung able to retttrn home w~thin the dinner guest at the home of Mrs. county jail. " n e from Nov 5 (Election Day) to Remember, when .you vote for Shenff, yo ar Nov 12 "The hostesses will be week.Preston Spickler, son of Mr. i Va ILand non Tuesday.Kackley' of Winchester, voting for the Che( Law Enforcement Officer of Mrs; Ruth Wilt and Mrs An,~. and Mrs. William Speckler is re- Diner, New Owner w ~e ~, ~nrecK, at the church social nau. cuperuting nicely at home afteri ~ n ~.o T~, ~0 o~,--.n c. jelterson Lounty. Miss Nell Murphy of Pitts-?""=~em~r'~"~aid~ m.~. "la~ the new owners of John's burgh, Pa spent several days ter ~ e o x 1 sp . i Diner VOTE FOR TOM KITCHEN last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. M~'s. Stella Eppard is spending] Mr" and Mrs Charles Adams -- - Reno Easton on FiLlmore Ave- several days visiting Mrs Wil. ~ - '." ham rienre ta on wasnmgm Ch ckie were weekend - es" -" Oct. 31-1t-(Pal. Adv.) hue. : " n ann two cmmren, mal na ann ~ ~.e~t U,~ta tS at ~ ~ " ".o.:~-~< : :.-' -:~-o-:.-~-'- The Junior Girl Scout 'fl'o~p ~,~,-*, I the home of the later's brother Mr. aria Mrs. James l~ougnry ~ ~ ~ ~i~ ~ u ~"d Mrs v fr m t e =,u o.~.- -- =, and son recently me ed o h ~o,*-" ~-~-~ ~"'~" fo'-'il, -f Grubb property to a ha o W.oh~.o+ ~.~ -~-nea former Eastern Shore. They spent Sun- ly by the late Mrs. Gladys i "-~:.~u~T~7.:.~- ~gh,ts~ ei g, ~,~o Recent visitors in the home of :"?~ .:" ~.o'X ~.:'."~" "?" "."'? "" " Crock were ~llzaDel:n M ~mltn motorea to ano u it . . ~ " ~.a ~,-~ "~*~ ~,m of ~he~ washington, D. C on Wednes- ~ :n~ :,a M~ ~nn Mrs Billday to pick up Miss Ida K opp, of ,~.~, 1 -el h" ~ it" " Dig In and Go--Without A Tow! Come Out mghSPVu --D2: f rgetschoolYon~eSaturday ''T aLevn:r Show; ~ m~h ~mtehe~ll~hd wMirS~edWt oelfe~d ~ "f'~ ~'Of':" ,~ I er at the Devora School in Devon, ASSOClauon at me rtarpers rerry Dollars.Ahead Tool . . Nov 2, at 8 pm Mr andnight' ]*"MrSMrs. . Gene Somers, of Ranson, . 0-, Her--an Manor'of Jones S--rin-s land Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Bree. ~'" he~[1 Omco All,Season Specml Snow & Mud Tires a ,~ ~'~ -~Ja don were Sunday guests at the v~sxteu ~ars. wsmam rz nret~ " f Mr and Mrs "1 de only 7 s, tube-type black nylon 4-ply recently. Hehle.n me O . U y Mr. Alfred Collins, a teacherMrs. Austin Nicodemus was a Plus $1.86 tax 750 x 13 tubeless black nylon 4-ply Only $I0.86 plus $1.81 tax 775 x 15 tubeles~ black nylon 4-ply Only $13.24 plus $2.21 tax 775 x 14 tubeless black nylon 4-ply Only $13.52 plus $2.19 tax 825 x 14 tubeless black nylon 4-ply Only $14~0 plus.:~2.35 tax White-walls, $2.00 additional Low price buys dependable all-weather traction. Durable 4.ply nylon construction gives you good mileage. II I II I I i I Polyester cord body Fiber|las~ cord belt Extra-wide tre~ Unico Wide Mark Redi-Grip Glas-Belt Snow & Mud Tires You get the strength and stability of polyester cord---plus rugged fiberglass reinforcement. Result: Less "squirm", less wear. You get terrific traction for more miles. Available in 5 popular "70 Series" sizes. III III I II I Unico Redi-Grip WT Polyester Cord NEW "78 SERIES" Snow & Mud Tires These great tires give you extra grip . . . extra control on ice and snow extra safety and extra mileage too, The reason: Extra.wide, extra deep tread, F78 x 14 tubeless black 4.ply. $20,98 plus $2.27 tax F78 x 15 tubeless black 4-ply .: $21~4 plus $2.23 tax G78 x 14 tubeless black 4.ply $22.18 plus $2.37 tax G78 x 15 tubeless black 4-ply $22.31 plus $2.42 tax 700 x 13 tubeless black 4.ply . $18.88 plus ~;1.92 tax WhRewalls, $2,50 additional DRIVE NOW, PAY LATER with our Easy Payment Plan Phone 725-2212 -- Charles Town, W. and to then]. wh Sat ('lea| SATINTONE LATEX SatinTone colors are easy to choose. More than 400 colors all at the price of white giving you the latest and best in decoration. - SatinTo e Latex Paints are also easy to use, both inside and out. They flow on effortlessly and dry right away with no painty odor. Clean roller or brush under the water faucet. No wonder people call SatinTone "the easy paints." LATEX HOUSE PAINT LATEX FLOOR ENAMEL LATEX MASONRY PAINT LATEX WALL PAINT Dial 725-5113 -- Your Paint Headquarters West Washington Street -- Charles Town, W. Va. at Lowdown Valley High School in caller at the home of Mr. and Purcellville, Va is attending, as Mrs. Lester White and family, of a delegate, the 1968 Virginia Ed- Middleway, on Friday. ucation Association Convention Mrs. Margaret Payne and her in Richmond, Va this week. four grandchildren, Stevie, Tim- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Edwards my, Tamy .and Scott Broy, were "Z.door- -.ha"aoa visited Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Leigh- guests from Friday till Sunday at pcel-rl--s'" ty in Martinsburg on Sunday. :he home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil i~eda Dr. and Mrs. John Egle and Crouch and family, of Round a ~ tWo children and Miss Moler of Hill, Va. Richmond, Va spent the week- Mr. Lewis Bray, of Brooklyn, end with their parents, Mr. and N. Y was a guest on Thursday Now there's a newway to save at the Dodge Boys', O[ Mrs. Willard Moler on Y~llmore of Mrs. Margaret Payne, and on Avenue in Harpers Ferry. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Bray went to A swinging, low-priced hardtop. Has all-vinyl seats. Mr. Norman Clevenger, of Do- Norfolk, Va to a food conven- Room for six. And as much Six or V8 power as you ravifle, Go spent last week visit- tion. They returned to the home ing his mother and other rela- of the latter's mother, Mrs. Mar- want. There's even a Swinger 340 model that's the t ves in Bolivar last week. garet Payne, on Sunday, and Mr. newest member of the Dodge Scat Pack. So if Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bowers Broy will return to his new job your budget's been keeping you from living it up, you moved last week from their apart- on Monday in Brooklyn. ment on Washington street to a] Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph now have the answer. At the Dodge Boys'. house ow~ed by Mrs. Sherman Smith, Ill, motored to Blacks- Harrison near Polk Street on burg, Va for the weekend. They attended the football game be- The 6ood Guys Washington in Bolivar. tween West Virginia and V.P.I. Celebrates 100th BirthdayLloyds Have Daughter are turning up thl Edgar Sponsellor, Who main[ Mr and Mrs. Richard (Ike) talus a room in Mar*fnsburg, bu Lloyd received congratulations ~ "~"' has been residing wRh a dough- upon the birth of a daughter in ter, Mrs. Lenora S. Martin, in the Charles Town General Hospi- Chevy Chase, Md for some time, l tal on Friday, Oct. 25. She tipped celebrated his 100th birthday on the scales at six pounds, thirteen Sunday. Mr. Sponseller was born ounces, and has been named Pa- in Bolivar on Oct. 6/ 1868 and mela Sue. Mother and daughter !l ZeO to burg.fila. 1902. are home and doing fine. This is E. W A ! INGTON ST. ? LES TQ N, W. VA. He was married to t~orraer ~the second child, the tTi%'t being *~ ~,~* ~ .~ Miss Clara Burton, who died in a son, Richard (Ricky), Kevin. 1950. His three children are all Mrs. Lloyd is the former Sue living. They are: Edgar in Way- Lester. nesboro, Pa Alfred in Hagers- town, Md and Mrs. Martin. His niece, Miss Beatrice Mlskimon, resides in Bolivar. He is still quite alert and keeps abreast of the times through his radio and " television, although confined to his room, Many of relatives and friends came by to help him celebrate. He received many cards, among them, one from President Johnson. ". At first almost no one thought hethe new breed of Democrats, repre- 2YmJa is the ,last thing that some educators want to teach, could do it. ("Upset the machine?sented by Jim Sprouse, and a Repub- * Beat the statehouse candidate? Win lican candidate who has been a figure Wise people know how to save the Democratic nomination for in West Virginia politics for many, time by zmt being in a hurxy. Governor? Impossible!") But thosemany years. Most observers agree who said "impossible" didn't knowthat Mr. Sprouse has another hard ,#,Jim Sprouse very well. battle on his hands. T A E U A formerFulbrightscholar, goldenHis supporters believe that, as FOR gloves champion, and decorated Governor, Mr. Sprouse would be a C 0 N G R E S S combat soldier, Jim Sprouse isn't the fresh, clean change from the policies (eel ADV.) kind of man to give up or run from a of the past. Strong willed and in- ] challenge. With just a handful ofdependent, Sprouse has been known II I loyal supporters he campaigned toturndownsupportwhenithasbeen offered with "strings attached." This refusal to "wheel and deal in old West Virginia fashion" has EVER ALIKE I cost Sprouse votes in some areas, but has won him votes in others. His strength, honesty, and independence are exactly why most Sprouse sup- porters believe he will make the kind of Governor West Virginia needs. :+:. : :.::>:. :. On the other hand, Sprouse's sup- :::ii licanP rterScandidatemaintainwerethat toif thebe Repub-elected : :: ::i:::::i !i::i Governor it would mean "'another :::: iiiil i i four years of politics as usual"-- :' :: iii iii with the only difference being the : ~ i~!i ~ i ! i~ i ~ ~ ~i ~ ? ~!~:~!::~:;. : Individual insuranceneedsdif- name of the political party in the :::::::::::::::::: f(r, too. One of the many statehouse. "What it all boils down services we perform for our to," states one Sprouse supporter,that good government is too im- cUents is tothem choose "is a choice between a new type ofportant to be left to the old line the types and amounts of in- Democrat and an old Republican." surance best fitted to their par- politicians of either party. West titular requirements. You will Sprouse himself summed up his Virginia needs a change that will find us ready and willing to position in these words: "I believe mean progress--not politics." discuss your insurance needs anytime- at your convenience, against the machine--and won. Many of the old line politicians were dismayed. The fresh, new blood of the West Virginia Democratic party were elated. They saw it as a victory for those Democrats who wanted to clean up their party and begin run- ning the affairs of West Virginia in a modern, efficient, honest way. Now it is almost time for the voters of West Virginia to elect their next PHONE 725-2211 Governor. They must choose between ram -- ~i~@ Paid for by the Sprouae ior Governor Committee. Robert P McDonough. Chairman, "11