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ml i,,, ~ Towrl. e ,., Mr. Honry Clipp visited Sund. Stahoned at Gnffass ,,.,,,o .:xaaa~s*~un az~ with Mr. and Mrs. Jan-les Nichols a. P ~ LI w II A I~ m ~ II11 k I , of Stephen City, Va. ~l royce ~ase! ~t I. ! la mw m m. ~ II ~ Mrs Jessie Clipp spent Sunday II R O L [ U ~ ~ with her .'~ister Mrs. Elsie Gray of ~:i:~ii~ili:~i::ii':iiiii~z::}:~ Lj Meadow Brooke Farm. :~i!::~:i:i:i :~ ~ : ' ~ , 9 Elmer Lee Roderick freshman :~:~i:::: ~.~ : By Mrs. (larence Smalh otul Phone 20-F-0_l . -, .. ' at Umversl~y of W. Va. Morgan- : :l ~.~/~~ ............... town spent the weeke,nd with his :l _ mother Mrs. Ehner Roderick. :~ Little Rocky rmyes and sister iDadd from the K~bletown W.S. Mr~ Gertie Bovd is visitin~ her Ma.rtha of Vinton near CharieslC. S. Mr. and .Mrs. Oral B. Hugh- son Mr Harvey Boyd and family / llF Town are spending s~veral days l es and family and Mr. and Mrs. of W~st~i~ton'D c " IIIjtr with their grandmother Mrs. Char ]Clarence Smallwood; in memor:; i Mr" an'd~ Mr'~ C~arence Small- les R. Langdon. Their sister Alice [of Mr. John W. Hill from Mr. and woad" shoat .~'md~v *'fto,'nnnn lS YlSll;lng wiLn Miss Margarel; IMrS. wlarence ~matlwooo. [with their hl'nther nnd SiSt.m" jn Ware, Charles TownuThe C hfld-[ Mr. and Mrs. Oral B. Hughes, [law Mr. and Mrs. H. Reinhart ~" tea's parents .z~. r. a. no.Mrs. ~olle [Harry Marshall Kable, Miss Cal'-i Joh']s.3n and family of Front Roy ~ayes are Vlsmng m orana reap- [ol Fritts of Charles Town, Mr [ al Va. Ns, Mich gan. [and Mrs. Joh,n Kanode of Win- [ M[ ........... T ......F,.~A^r :~ ~::;:~':mP ' ~Su~ Meeting ichester Va. Mrs. J. W Olcott of ,~,. ~M.~~.~ ,,~,~,,~,..,~, .~ .... , ~ ~_:~ ,' ' l ',..~, ~vlu. a~lu ~1 .. lc.~ezvx s. ,-*. r ~azzz~ -::.: I) Mrs. M. L. Adams was hostess |Bez'ryv.,lle were guests Sunday of ~rdnor nf Chnllo~ T..... rp ~ ~::~~ Co the local W. S. C. S. on Wed- |M . aM s. Metw Anders and callers Monday a,fternoon with ~ ~!!~ ~l~ nesday hight at her home in Rip-[.daughter Maz'cm of Alexandria. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rowland of ~ ~1~ port. A very interesting lesson on |va.Woodbyrne Farm. They wel'e also ~ ~[K~]l[Ik~ the "Ten Commandments" was | Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. trying to find someone to stay ~ ~L/ given. Puff~her contributions were [Marshall Thompson were Mrs. wit'h Mr. and M.~s. Win. Smith of ~ sc added to the church Ham-Roast [Thompson's cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Town. ~ ~eef Supper to be held Tuesday [Andrew Rut'herfordof Martins- Mr ~qd Mz'~ ~ernlo Welsh ~ 7 ' ur ...................... rltghkNovemberl ln theKable-|b g. spent Sunday aft~ernoon with ~ town. unur.c.n. me w. ~. ,~. ~- / Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Mercer their son-in-law and daughter Mr.a/~ n~v~v, ,,,,~,,~,,~ as memoers will sell home mace can[aad children Terri Lynn and Jeff and Mrs. Oene Willingham of ,~/o~ --,~,,~,~ ~,. ,vt~a~r~ ~, ~ and fancy articles at the sup- [ery of Camp Hill, Pa. were over-near Charles Town. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry ~r. _'l'n~s orgamzat!on will sell |night visitors Saturday with his Mrs. Maude Clipp who has been Weaver of RFD 2, Chaz'bs Town g }unc n .at ~ne rlousenola ~ale oz |mother Mrs. Joseph Mercer. On confined to her bed for the past!s now stationed at (;riffiss air Margare~ corm, son ~o oe #Sunday they informally entertain two weeks shows a slight improveforce Base, Rome, N. Y. lie enlist sy Belcl ~aturclay, ~ovemoer 21 at led in honor of Jeffery's first birth taunt, ed on December 10 and was sent re 10:30 at her late home here [day She resides with her ~on-!,~-law to Texas and then to Colorado. dirts 'have been received into [ 1~r and Mrs Henr-Cli~- dau ..... and daughter Mr and Mrs Wil- 'He .spent h~s'." first'." furlough home it[the Kabletown Church Memorial |ghte~:s Patsy "i~oxanne and' Dar- lard W,~ ice. Her daughter Mrs. My onJuly 3rd and_is now stationed C~ ' ,, ~tle "~ rr of Hallto vn Mr and '~ t~ome N x His addre,s ther~ as follows: In memory of [lene of Walnut Sprin~, Farm were " : ~ , ~ , : _ ._" " .." .... 4- .......... " .......... -- -- -'-- Mrs Thomas Jenkins ~f Ranson ~s: a/:le ~aniel L Weaver Al? z~ss z~aargares v. donnson irom iVlSl~ors ~u,nuay eveIlltlg at~ ~Hr ..... '~ " 13 *~6 "" *""~- "" "~ "'~ " ' "" fir .......... ' ......... and her son Bovd R Cli n of -oh -~n5 au6um a ~ aect ao Mr, ann Mrs. oiloerr ~tausen~lucK Inome o~ Mrs. wiipps aun~ wars ' ~ ' P" 39 ......' " - - ' " - In memory of Mr. Joseph Mercer [Charles Elsea of near Wickliffe, Washington have b~en recent visi Ai;nFo~ra'B~g. ~Oo~n:'2I~ (~llfiss da from has brother-in-law and sis-IVa tors with their mooher who is in ..... He ee ter Mr. ~nd Mrs Gilbert Hausen- | i%nny Sowers is a part time em her eighteenth year. Her host of ~i,~uJfdrielink~VenrY Iluek, in memory of Mrs. Samuel ployee in the Acme Store Charles friends join in wishing for her a th: . " ." ' d [n~ ~ ~ ........ recovery from her illness, e county. - - Mss Deborah Louise Dillow, . IP I1~ Ik I t~ Ikl ~ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. spent a pleasant evening and r A Ii R L U ~ N 3 Lillow celebrated her 5th birthday left wiXhing Deborah many more f Wednesday nig'ht. Those helpinghappy birthdays. ~h ___ Deborah to enjoy the evening Thank~4,,;-~- ~ .... ;,,-o ---Short, Long or Intermediate Term (Land Bank were Mr. and Mr.. Granville Ste- Members of ~he Kabletown ~r or PCA)--For Any Farm Purpose. wart and daughters Sharonand y. F. will "hold special Whanksgiv~ r'an'.cm, Mr. and Mrs. Lee mien ins Services Sunday night, Nov- -Repayment Plan to Fit Farm Income--- *Marshall and daughter Mary Pau la, Mr. and Mrs. James Chapma,n. --Credit Life Insurance Available if Desired-- Mr. Frank We[sea,burg, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Southard and dau- CRDIT CO-OP. W. W. HAMMOND, Asst. See. - Treas. ] days--County Agent's Office . 10- 12 Standard Time Shepherdstown 4441 or Martinsburg AM 7-8011 ghters Ida Marie and Anita Gall, Betty and Elmer Dillow Jr., Mrs. Lydia We[sen, burg, Charles and Owen Dillow, Mable Chapman. The birthday cake was baked by Deborah's grandmother Mrs. Ly- dia Weisenburg. Refreshments consisted of ham and chicken saI ad sandwiches, potato salad, root beer, ice cream and cake. Every- ol t l,y liv,.I :rod Mrs, Clark Purr, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON F .RMHIS ADVOCATE In recent years farmers have [and JUdy Furr of Charles Town 18__B THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12. moving to the city for jobs, the land Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr *were city people have bee,'] moving to ~all dinner guests Sunday with Mr. ....... the country for better living qua- ]and M:.~. Roy Furr in Hagerstown. Surviving are foul" .'ons --Frank ]several nieces and ,nephews. ters. This great shift in living/Md. W., New York City; Ray S. and l -----------~ hablts is ,one of the reasons for ] The Womens Society of Christ- Oliver E., Jersey City; N. J.; J. [ NO HUNTING, NO TRESF National Farm City Week being tian Service of the Leetown Meth- W., Del Rio, Texas; two sisters liNG SIGNS For Sale at the held. The idea of the wee-long [odist Church will serve lunch Nov Mrs. Frances Porter, Cincinnati, [ of the Spirit otlefferson-Ad~ affair is to acquaint city people [ember 18 at the sale at the Coun- O,, Mrs. Rosa Williams, Charles Ion North George Street, C[ with the problems of farmers who ]ty Farm. I supply all of the food Americans ] Mrs. John Poland of Martins- Town; three grand children, and lTown. Buy your needs tod$ i eat and to acquaint farm folks/burg and Mrs. Forsythe of Charles i~ii~!. [with the problems of the city[Town were luncheon guests Tues iiiiiiiii!i!iliiiiii:i:i:}iiiii!:::::~i:" ...... ;:!~:~ :::;i::~]~ii::i:iSii!i~ii~::!i!iiii!iiiii::i}:::::ii::iii: ! people who want the best food [day of Mrs. Marion Blue and Ka- :::::::::::i:i:: ~:;::!:!:i:i:i::~::iiiiii:!:. ;and fiber it is possible for U. S. ]thy. ~?~}~>.:: ~2;V~;~;;~;;~:).' farmers to provide but at a fair / Miss Lorraine Fritts accompan- :i:i:~:~:~:!:~:i" ..~:~i:i:~:::~:~:~:i~/i~i~ii [price to these farmer producers, lied by Mr. Robert Coward[n, Miss i::iiiiiiiiii!ii' ":iiiiiiii~iiiiiiiiiiii!!:i : iiiiiiii::iiiiii!I~ Theme of the week will be an |Maria Cowardin and Mrs. Rose i i.... :i:i:i~i: ::""-'::::i i:i:i:i:K:~:~:;!:::: ! ! ~ i i~,, :i iiiii l explanatio,n of 'Agri- b siness", /Bush of Richmond, Va spent the iiiiiiiiiiiiii ............. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ................. w'hich is a term to discribe all of [day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ~i! ::~;ii~!; the operations involved in produ-]Kenneth Fritts and family, a:.:.!:!:;:~~': ..... ;:::~::: : i ction and distribution of food and ] Alfred Owens spent from Wed- ~iiiii~~ i /i ii!iiiiiiii!iiiiiiii!!~ fiber. "A~ribusiness" is a ninety [nesday through Sunday with his : i~!i!~{~iiiii~~ : :::::::::::::::::::::: ::: :::::: ..;:::::::: ,~4;..~:x-r:~ ~: :" "::::::: ::::::::Z:: ...... ::: ~ ....... ~,....-z-',y '. ...... .:: ........... : ,..~ .'.... L .: :::: ........ billion dollar industry and emplo- ]aunt a,nd uncle Mr. and Mrs. John l ~~ ys about 40 percent of allthe [Rissler. :::::::::::::::::9:::$::: =:='=========;=====::====$======:===: .:: "::::.. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::~':.~::Z ::::; :~ . ~': :: :: :::::;:.::::::'b;::;':':"' ,::::::::::::. ~ :::::::::::::::::::::: ::: ::: : :::::)~::::::., workers in this country. [ Charles Owens Jr. spent several,~i!ii::i}:: .ii .............. ~:::! ~ ~ i:i:ii!~ii~ii~i~;;~ii! ~;: !iiii!i~!i i i ..... Fertility Team [days last week with his aunt and ~i: ii::::~ ....... The days of using a team of [uncle Mr. and Mrs. Billy Owens. ~;:Ti>" ...:ii~!:;~:i ..~:::,:::.:.~::: horses on a farm are gone so far [ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burke and i:i i~ ~;;~ii:~iiiii~i!iii~!ii~iiii ::: ::: x.:.,....:::" :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: . " : :::.::::'::' .::~'~; ..:::::;:::: ~::~ .... '..'. ' ........... '.' ~ .....,.... ' ..... ........... "...,,' v .~, ~ ....... .......,..v,..,..... ,.~,. as most farms are concerned. Th( |family of Martinsburg and Mr .............. .: .................... .............. ....~ ,. . ..... ~ .............. .,. .,~.. ~eam of hors-es s,rVed their pur- [and Mrs. Alien Custer and dhugh- ::: :::::: :HI i!i:: ...... ~i .... :i~i;:i;~i~:~: ..... ::,~: :::i/~!~-:.~:;.x.'.~:::.:..'L :~?~!i:: ::: "'f4.'." "":'::J: : ":~:i:!:'-': ::,'. ..::'.:::::;?:F . ::~::::: accomplishedPSe well. Thedependeda~moun tuponf workhow ldaylfer OfwithCharlesMr. TOWnand Mrs.VisitedcharlesSrn" Ii~i":::!::i!iii: ,ii:i ..... .... ~. '." :::: ~ t~ii!:i~:i i~~i~ .: ':.::;i~:!:i:: !~H~iii::.; ...:: ::i~i~ii :i~ii!!~:?ii.."g~i. well the horses cooperated. The [Brewer. . !i;i~;~i~il;i:::: i~ii:~:i:~:i::!!~!~i:::, ii~i;iii~!~i:i:: ::i:"ii:: horses had to pull together. [ Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Logan ii!iiii~!:: iil.iiiii~:::iii ........... ~i~ili!~i: :: There is another team and a Iand children of Alexandria, Va. ~r a ex visited Sunday with Mr and Mr.~ very ~mpo t nt one now. It -|..." .... _ _ [stud back in t,he horse era too, [~rne.~t ~mmer jr. From a purr to a roar, smooth bstemng is yours at all tin but was not so evident as now. I ~ et "~-~---~----. ~. with Sonotone's latest hearing-seeing duet -- a slim-trim eyegl; I It is known as the fertility team. I It TTM n I.flllnTV I.IYlt hearing aid. Only eyeglass hearing aid with exclusive AVC (Au ]This team has many members ................. J " "" matic Volume Control) to soften sudden, loud noises. Fashion-tl '~ome of which are the farmers,' .... e [ fertiiizer dealer and the College i |~aflll~ Ta H~ar [:[~ll~tv ~ temples for both men and women. Also latest "Tuck-A-Way" sty of Agriculture. The results obtain ------~ ............ .. for those who don't wear glasses. led by this team depends upon the I ~ m ~ . ~, --. COME IN. SEE AND HEAR FOR YOURSELF-- cooperation and sincerity of its ON E members, llecora : ysTem UlSCUSSea . The one thing that makes this I team most efficient is a soii test. ] The next regular meeting of the { AsnH tes, wil, teUth~ farmer if t Jefferson County Civic League ~O0~~ !~g;;~I:-- fRR~~ .... [Wlll oe nelu ~nur (lay IN e D r his soft needs hme or not. It will .. ......... : ..... I give him a good idea of the amou- zv a~ ~ p. m. a~ ~. l"nllllp's yarlsn i I nt and analysis of fertilizer to Hall. . , ._ ~ .... lu, e ca t esh various cro~.s ~s par~ oi rne a~enaa IOrrmeaneV . . ., enmg there will be a lectu e d he soil ~es~ will help me argi- discussion c~n '"Phe Countv's Pub - .......................... 733 Md. culture worker to make recomme- lic Record System" conducted 'by II Available Now -- Good Used Trailers. Low Rental Advance and Low Monthly Payments. , Rent Applies to Purchase. We Deliver and Block to your location. Route 15, Open Daily I II IL 1-Mile South of Frederick, Md. to 8:00 P. M. Including Sunday I II Trust the World's Largest Builder of Compact Cars ember 22nd at 7:30. A very cor- dial invitation is extended to ev- eryone to attend. Rev. S. K Butcher announces that on Sunday, November 15 a Day of Inspiration and Fellowship for Rural Met~hodist Churches will be held in the Millville Methodist Church from 3:00 p. m. to 8:30 P. M. Dinner will be served by the Millville Church at no charge Remember ~he date Tuesday night, November 17th is when we are expecting you to attend our annual church supper beginnin~ at 5:30 The menu consists of country h~m or roast beef, cand- ied sweet potatoes, baked beans, butered corn, apple sauce, cran- berry sauce, cole slaw, pickles, jel ly, coffee, rolls, cake and fruit jel lo. Prices $1.50 for a large serving and $75 for a small one. ,Your Agent's By J. ,E._ Saville |l i i HI, Farm City Week Farm City Week this year, being observed November 20t,h bo 26 th, will have a message of par- amount importance to all persons. ndations. It will enable the fertili- a county official. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242, zer dealer to furnish the right analysis material. A soil test will enable the farmer to spend his fertilizer money more wisely. The result should be a more satisfied and prosperous farmer. Now is the time to make those soil samples and get results ~or next years crops fields. Why not get this fertility team hooked and be ready to work when spring comes. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Fun The Leetown Farm Womens Club .will meet Wednesday, Nov- ember 18 at 10:30 with a pot luck i~naer at the home of Mrs. C. E. ann in Charles Town for an all av meeting_" dThursday-morning a bus load of women from Jefferson County, most of them Farm Womens Club merr~bers left for New York City for a sight seeing trip of three days. Many places of interest were toured, one of the group Mrs Woodrow Adams of Rippen was picked from the audience Friday morning to take part on the tele- vision program "The Price Is Right" Tuesday morning Novem- ber 10 t,he group returned home Saturday night alI ,having enjoyed the trip. At the regular meeting held in October ~he regional social secur- ity representative discussed and answered questions concerning the social security program. Other discussions for the forth- coming year aze being planned for the following topics: "The Organ- ization ~nd Functions of County Offices"; "The Role OLf a Newspap- er in a Growi,ng Communl,ty"; "The Organization and Function of Our Banks" and "The Small Businessman in the Commt~nity'. All discussions will be conducted or Charles Town 825 CHARLES TOWN, WEST VA. BE AN OLD by competent local citizens. The League urges everyone to be thankful and to remember the leeSSntfy~ltu'n~tgethTShd~indtSy sfeasthne" R OPI N G B A R G A N S Rites Held Monday For Mrs. Mary E_=. Timbers HESE? Services were held at noon on Monday at Joh,nsontown Bap- tist Church for Mrs. :Mary Enicks Timbers, Negro, widow of Frank Timbers, who died Thursday aft- ernoon in King's Daughters Hos- Churehcem- TODDLER'S LOHG SLEEVE i et~Ynative and life-long resident POLO S HIRTS of Jefferson County, she was born i o~vz Dec. 25, 1894, a daughter of the late George and Rachel Phil- Sizes 1 to 4 , ll~ps Enicks. 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