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Charles Town, West Virginia
November 26, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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Bott Chapter, U. D.C. Held & Pr. Co The November meeting of the Lawson Botts U. D. C. Chapter was held ca Tuesday, Nov. 10 at Vhe offices of the Potomac Light and Power Company in Charles Town. There were thirteen members ~resent and tWO visitors Mz'~. Jim Mason and Mrs. William Cur tie who is visiting here from Rho de Ista~d. Mrs. Lutz read a letter from Miss Charlotte Agrabrite of Har- imoney for the Children's Haven Christmas fund. Mrs. Lucy Am- bler sent a pin engraved with the confederate flag to be used as a possible future prize by this chap- ter. Miss Baylor said she would place it in the vault of the Hill- eary House. Miss Baylor also sta ted she was assembling a scrap book of interesting items to be added to the collection which is already stored for future refer- ence. Cards of thanks fox' floweL~ oer's Ferry enclosing a gift of were received from Mrs. James /dleckm.rldge uDon the pas.~ing t~f~ her brothcr Mrs. James W. Tho-I mpson and from the family of l Mrs. Bessie White Shirley ~ a real daughter~ who passed away at E~e, Pa. Mrs. Jqhn Myrick demonstrated ~the use of small electric applian-! ces in the home and new ways to use the latest in electric ranges. She showed the new slide out oven and how easy it is to clean Swed ish meat balls were cooked in an electric fry pan. Hot dogs stuffed with cheese were broiled i,n the oven. Doughnuts were made from a biscuit mix and fryed in an at= tomatic cooker. Different biscuits were made of the same prepared mix and filled with deviled ham and baked in the oven. Pine apple chunks and hot coffee was served by Mrs. My~ck to complete a very interesting afternoon meeting. Mrs. Lacey Bailey prese.nted Mrs. Myrick with a box of candy as a small token of appreciation for a fine demonstration. ROBBERS SMASH H. F. H. S. SAFE ii[ii:ii![[i:![;~[!ili! GO THROUGH WALL TO OPEN SAFE--The robbers who invaded Harpers Ferry High School November 16th went through the wall adjoining the safe to get into the wall valut in the school office !a ::r (,tIl:ure :my y, and SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r aMz s ADVOCATE have served ~n these boards since ~---B THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1954. Charles E. Ware Gets Junior Membership In Shorthorn Association Miss Patsy Zombro Will Write Middleway News Miss Patsy Zombro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Zombro of Charles E. Ware, Kearneysville ,near Middleway, has accepted the has been awarded a Junior Me= job of writing the news for the ~, Middleway section. Miss Zombro bership in ~he American Short- horn Associati,on, oldest purebred will accept and be glad to receive livestock organization in America. all news items and also any pie- Purpose of the group is to col- lect, verify and preserve pedigrees of Shorthorn a,nd Polled Short- horn beef cattle and to promote greater use of the breed. Shorthorns led the purebred .movement to America the fir~,t cargo landing at Virginia in 1783. The breed spread rapidly through out the country eventually replac ing the longhorn cattle on the Western ra,nges. The Polled, or naturally hornless, strain was de- vel,aped after the Civil War. Short ferson-Advoeate. She has a phone and can be reached ing l-F-012. Her first list of items from Middle'way this week's issue of the Call Miss Zombro whenever have news, visitors, or soel ial eve~at you would like to published in this newspat Zombro is a, sister of 'Wimpy' Zombro, baseball player for the Town American Legion team, Lures which you might like to have published in the Spirit of Jef REAl) THE ['he above picture shows how a large hole was chis, eled th:ough horns have received international the wall so that the safe lock could be pushed open. Once the rob- recognition for improvements in bers had the huge metal outside door opened they used a crowbar today's beef animals to force open another metal door leading into ~iae valut. A sum ' --- ............ B J E Saville of $371 in money and checks was taken. l ....... Y " ---------=-- ...... 10yce Ann Ntchols are to be congratulated. 1"I/ ~'&...II----L. kA_l._ The Nineteel Sixty Eastern Nat We hope some day Jefferson [ O/ ~IlUUi~II[.~ IVl~K~ ~iv~n ~|~l,h~ ~1~idl tonal Show is now history The County will have the Grand[ %1 ll;.ll I~IIlIIUUy /~tl]~ 4-H and F. F. A. members that Champion steer at the Eastern/ U..^. D.II rn._.n.. - - WE'RE LOADED WITH CAR exhibited in the show came throu National. IlUlI~I null ~lldil~ Joyce Ann Nichols. celebrated gh with flying colors The chamo Breeding cattle were entered by] her 11th birthday Sunday, NOV, AND WE'VE PRICED 'EM TO ion and reserve champion steerstwo Jefferson County Farms: Poca ] 'r~w~ h,m;A, U:.L 15 at a party held at the home of :in the show were from the Youth Dot and Paignto~ Farms. /UWII JUIIlUl [ll~ll her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Division. The champion, a Here-4-H Members Exhibit At I . H.A. Alger, Ran,~c.n. COMPARE QUALITY! ford, was shown by Dennis Hen- Eastern National .] A total of 67 students made the Those present to help her cele- ~, r~,~aa~tr T~ll~,n~,~-~4- i~,~, ~4r dricks of Woodville, Ohio. The reJack Coulter Jimmy k-l.t....n Ihonor roll at Charles Town Jan-brate the occasion were: Francis a~t,t.,xL~..~.a, Otatl. ff l.t~:lJl:l, ll~lllClllb ll1g~ ILll" serve champion, a Hereford was Larrv' Rioh~rd "~;'~'~,~h;' [ior Hig~l School during the first Alger of Ranson Miss Cookie Gra COMPARE PRICE! fereel very attrnefiva a r huno'a ..,shown by James Linthicum of and "C'h---~::-~X}o--:"-o';'-~'~..~-"-~.?~":: lperiod of the year it was announ- ham of Kearneysville Nelson T. 1 Dayton, Md. The champion steerfat steers in the vnuth clivi~inn of [ d t . eek by Pr, nclpal ~oscoe Nichols, Jr., who has been home COMPARE DEAL! sold for $3.00 a pound and thethe Eastern Na~inn~l Liv#tnPk-IPayne. on a 17-day leave from the Navy, We will iHIreserve tor $1.60 a pound, show this weelTI:h-~o'y-wilT'l~e-c'om ~ One student-Caleb Burns made Leon Conners, John Gray, Miss a~,,~ 1~ ~.~.~o~.,~t ~,~x ~..o~l,~a~aaa ~at~.~ HI] The 4-H and F F A members peting with yot~t,h from Maryland ]the all "A" honor roll and the Pamela Owens, Miss Carolyn Mc- Of~lalP l:lln~ h~lrlflJD ~h..,Y~hflrttae. ~n~. [from Jefferson County, Jack Coal Yir-inia Pa Delaware a.ndw vn rest of them came through at Claim Michael, Shirley, Luther ~$.~Ll_ aa,a--nulm. n 28th CA/e IACT UflUeUDI:D This'" .......... offer .'ter. James Kmkead, Larry Ma-. These ste~r~ were a,l ~.hihit..alleast a B average._ ......................... i a.nd Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Nlchol. , L DECEHBER 12th i any nolaer oI tne allectea l onas. ,gaha, Richard Magaha and Char at the 1959 Jefferson County Fair [ The 1 st is as follows: " I Sr. of Lovettsville and Mrs. H. A iilesWaremadeagoodshowinginr and havebeenheldverfl *~a'"~ ''~ Ninth Grade I Alger Ti . , : n strong competAtlon They were show I Patricia Burns Joha Lower . . . . , y, expires November 30, ltcom, pe.tag agam=s,t the best in Mr. Thomas Magaha accompan IRobert Dailey, Jane Mullen, Don- P~arh~r.fhandl~r 1958 Edsel Corsair 1-Dr. Hardtop ltr~l~'gl I!.omo, Marylagl(1. virginia; v'a. ancl led the boys to Timonium. Inn Mahone, David Strider, Judy II ~U~n~| ~maum.~.~ 1~O~. w. va. l'ne placing oz me steers ~ I Magaha, Linda O'Brvan Carol l Loaded with Extras. were 4th, 13th, .13th, 18th and ~-~!u.__ g'L_*. .... I Merchant, Sally Showen, Patricia[ idntnb|It|e ~re*tta, |n i23rd. These placmgs earned the tomrace tnmrmen I Grant, Jan Buzzard, Robert A. ] I~Uyll~la VI.~,Ul ! .1958 Ford Fairlane 500 Skyhner" IIjb0ys $81.75 in premium money. I Smith 1 The highest placing steer from 'El hth Grade -* " Full Power, Extra Clean. ] n i ill ill" filll nl r[I Tfllllll I!Jefferson County was a Hereford Named For Moler s I Hopkmswlle, Ky. Mllli lip /1411111,11 /inuul Irowned by James Kinkead of Shep I Patsy Ma'hone, Lois Brewer,[ 1958 Ford Fairlane 500 Club Victoria" ll--llml =ml Ittmmtalll /-1 /111111 iiherdstown The steers sold from .... ~ _. _ It~o,oel't z~enmn Shirley Jackso,n,] Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Chandler " Carolyn Brown Amon Grantham of Kuttawa Kentucky have an- Ulllllt Ul UIINIILLU /Ullll i1$31.50 per hundredweight down toPar Women s Club wa n Whi" ' " , '/ , . . 300 Horsepower, Cruise-O-Marie it .~9.R Kfl Th~ hnv~ rnnd~ ~ ~,na~ y e tmore Ann mct~or- / nounced the mazrlage of their ~/l"~mh,',s- ~ 1[~ l 1/~ i l showing and conducted themsel- The Moler's Farm Woman's I m,CK ~ara Oulmby, Sandra [ daughter Mary Electa to Sfc. Ben 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Club Sedan ,.~....,J,..l x. L-. ~. ,~. i!ves in a manner tlaat would make"4 .......... :,.: I Whittington MargaretS aville /jamin E Peacher of Fort Camp- aa~ '. t~ uo me~ a~ t ne nome ol mrs t~. ~Ka Stotle:' Marshal" --h " ..... "" " IllJefferson County proud of them S R ..... n ,,,,~ ~,~ ~,,,~,. ~ I Y ", I l* ompson,/beu, ~entucKy. All Extra Including Power Steering. a e Ramsburg Karla Kay Cor ............. ~_.The boys,_tthe__parents and leaders 1DllnI~rds C~ugh~STs~iil~enr N::~mtb:~ Ibi.n' Rosella Kern. Michael Kid-[cTh~?rI~i1gl~s ~c~araldu:t~l Ifs Lyon 1957 Oldsmobile 88 Tudor devotions Mnging Come Thou A1-IT ell'Ca,rIo Alexander, John Mer-/employed as a Registered Nurse One Owner, Very Clean, Priced Right " cnant ~nne west diner Anger= at ~e General Hos ital in Ho mighty King scrioture reading s n ' " ' " " " p P" hA VAIl Mfi~iah Hd tllOl&l~r~ d~ i and closed witch The Lord,s Pray_ IRiciaard Ebersole ~viar _' - .o Jean Teller Vzckle BI.. le,[ kinsville, Kentucky. 1,957 Chevrolet Station. Wagon W er. cer K r , y Ann mer= The groom who is the sc.n of a en Smallwood UU lug i1[.[,I]t n|lu l lIUI I Mrs J G Fuss presided and l Seven.h ~'r " ' /Mrs Allen Carpenter of Charles A Real Handy Little Wagon. I the minutes were'read by the sec- I Sue~ An~na~e 1" -o oo~^, .,,~ ]Town has just returned to For}, retary a,nd roll call with fifteen [ ............ e ie.o,..~..;.....:? .... /Campbell after receiving six weeks 1957 Buick Century 4-Door Hardtop " m m . llleJll~.l, WlIJLI~II1 ~eioer~ William .... e bers present and four yis1 .... ' [ of instruction in the At'borne at Available Now -- Good Used Trailers. I . " I Wllhngham Richard Childs Bar- -~ -~ , [] ~ors. ''ar-u a Hou~m-L' ouanlLa ...... ra~terson' ,,'ort Benning, u, eor~,ia. ' 1956 Mercury 2-Door H'ardtop I1 Lessons and projects were sel-Iv .- '. _ ~ ". , I The weddmg took place in the Low Rental Advance and Low Monthly Payments. | ec~v~dsf'~en0hedcm:n~yy~acted preslc:r~v~ncer?C~:~nele~Ylli~?g~v~a/vY '?nh~~tp~nsOv~llke l~aethuddi~ l~hv~rmCh- 1956 Ford Hardtop Rent Applies to Purchase. We Deliver and Block ! icdhe~m:PP~ttedns,l~i~e' dll~LWang ISMwa2hizs,' MM:/::~tth Pgleuns, IV aa le n I e:v l v , e00o C a2umcle % to your location, l fence Vlckers; Education, C~laarlot C?2t~adl~iaMrit~h~ieD~lagatr.n'carKittny Ithe 'bride performed'the ceremony. 1956 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan gl te Koontz" Health Mrs Eug~ne~Mill 'r ..... %': .': ~ .~ ] Sic Peacher and his bride will ' ' " : e marcy ~ela walter ~.mivnlest' [] Miller' Homes andBetterLiving IRon 1'" -"- ' .......... ' ]" de in no okinsville but are ex-1956 Studebaker Commander, Wagon ' . a (I wzamyer wnnam r~om - , .. mm mm m~ ~ q~ ~ p m~ am p ~m 1 Mrs. Kerfoot Moler; International 1 p ....... ' .... , } peeled to spend the Thanksgiving amela ~emory Ala~e tusker, ) ~I I ~' | l] ~ 1 ~[ a I I ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 ~= ~ Relations Mrs. C. C.Writt" Lets [Li ~ ~" " ' ' [Holiday with his family in Charles . ~- k nw ~p . il 1~ , =- =- . ~ ra =- == ~ n Preserve 'W;. Va.'s Beauty, lVlrs. J. ] nan orant. [Town . 1955 Ford Tudor ; ~r~ ~ ~ ~, I ~,E.' r~ .~ ,, ~-~ . -- ,,~-- [] G. Fuss; Music and Recreation, t ..... ~ I~r l oute Jo, J-iuiie oum oz r reaerleK, via., [1 Mrs. Evelyn Hendricks. I Renamed To galhmnro 1955 Ford Fordor l: Donations were made to CARE I .................... ] I ' In n :and Girl Scouts A craft commit- . Open Daily to 8.00 P. M. Inchd" g Su day I tee was appointed with Mrs. Ker- Farm fr~d,f Rnard 1955 Plymouth Tudor ' foot iV~oler Mrs. H. L. Skinner,I " '" """" I1 "~---~~1 ~ ......... and Mrs Wm VanMetre as mem- W Cla t .... ,1- - -= ' 1955'O1ds 4-Door Hardtop " ....................................................................................................................................................... ~lbers A meeting w~ll be held later ],~_ - ~ y ton ,Jester ~ agle.rvllle. [ U I ~nt ""- " . _ _ ": . ra anu L~olano ~ l~enjamm OZl 1 ~ -I ttlif enougn people are inrel'esteo ln,New ..... -- _ _ -- -- ~ - I .... ~umoerlana t-a nave oeen I ll~ I ~ , I 1955 Chevrolet 4-Door Ill th,~her~,hristmas party will be Ire=elected as members' of t'he sev- [ 1 ! 1 I " " .... en-man Farm Credit Board of ~~ ~l~dl~ d~_ll~ ~~~:~J~ I]lat the home of Mrs E L Gold,~-IBaltimoI f .. . II,g4L 1954 Ford 4-Door Wagon ..... "e or mree year terms borough on De en~ber 12 th at[ . ~~"'~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~--"~~.~ Ill ...... ~ ....... beginnmg January 1 next accord L~==~~ I ~/I~// mm .... u~m .... N~,\~ ,it _ -- ,""~"~7"~--" m . IMr. Benjamin was re-elected by l 1954 Chewolet 4-Door , j P P ql l , v J; V) F lit Enrollment In Junior !agricu!tureal cooperative associat- [ ~ I ' , . . I /~ I' "' "ons wnicn are s,ockholders of the / ~ I 1954 Ford Tudor : *1 1[ Let us be thankful.., for the freedom to worship in the [[] .~ ~ , ~ . ]Baltimore Bank for Cooperatives; / ! | ) ,, l I '- - ,nv n nee ,,,nn ,vm,,nnnnn)u IMr. Jester was re-elected by the/n tl |;ll lllLrl_nN 1953 Ford Tudor .... //Y~)~ Ill ]national farm loan associations in ] ~ I church of our chmce.., for happy faces around, the faro-._ I ] lllllltll , ,., -"--" "-$unfl wau" " ] ficio[VheAs such.SecndmemberstheyFarmwillof Creditservet~e BoardsasDistri'Ct'ex'f'oflll ...... , . , Ill 1953 Chevrolet 4- Door. Wagon / ilv's Thanks zivin table, and for the plenty that races it Ill ............. ~ ......... IDirectors of the Federal Land I I 1953 Chevrolet Tudor " ' "' dun eo le in the Junior RedI nK o altlmoreme r'eaeralll~d~~ I Y g P P Ine " ' ... for $ood heahh, $ood friends, good neishbors'. ,. and ~ [nlCr eSSrOar, Je ers nffCr% )nnty ti~trrr~edinate tCredBtBi~okrtfB21k [ 1'953 Buick Hardtop L " a " . . for Cooperatives These institut- . ,, j ..... ,.... tllt uAouT h:iLnbeh c~r~eodven- lions make long and s'hort-term / ~ [ zor an mat we enjoy in 1ms lana oz ours. Ill " - loans to farmers and their coop '~" 1952 Ford Fordor ber ' - - ..... h leratives in delaware ill Red Cross omcials say mat t e 'v "" "" ;' -- ": -- ' ' " ' [nlehildren have been getting the] a;., ., ana r'uerto.~_lco= / " '' ,' " t 1952 Mercury Convertible " ' " " ' " " ' ri h J~om mr. aes~er ana mr ~en= [llthree Rs readln rltln andt [ .......... : ., [~l ' ' ja, mln~ ~~ll~l~nave oeen lcenuneclWil)nr~' R^R ^Itl CORNER SPECIALS i} t1[ me.tic' and ]aow is the opoprtumty And for your loyal patronage and good will--we are [I]to'add a fourt~h "R" the Red Cross I . , !1 [Jl ~:: : : : : :-'- .:.::::::2:: ::: ;::" ": ':';":::>'" ",..~,~,.~:.:,:~ ~:::" :" "."'. '~ ~ , In the past 42 years since it was tt}~tt;:;:~ttttttttiit: ..... :..,~*:Ke:ti:tt}tt:}~tti~i:?.,~ : very grateful. May you and yours have a happy thanks- ]][founded the Junior enrollment iiii!iiiiii!iiiii~~iiii!iiiiiiiiii~~ IW llVmtm. . .~ III has continued to grow and the ser ~i~!!!~i~:" .... .,: ." .ii.:,.:'~i~!!::i!ii~i~i!i}).": 'j givmg uay. , ]l[vice to cot~ntry and communityI..~iiiiii~~i~iiiiiiii}iiiiiil.}"~ 1,953 Dodge 4-Dr. 1951 Pontiac III has been outstanding ~ttt~i~',t~i ;;t~ttttti~ ii[~ [ If[ The following schools have sent ~:iiij}ii~~)iii~:i:iiiiiiii!!;i;iii!:i:i'iii~ 3 Pontiac 1951 Buick Ill in t)heir enrollanents Ranson El- [!iii!i!ti~~:~ ~ii;ii}}}il}~j' 195 Illementary, Bakerton Elementary, ~ I[IMiddleway Elementary, Kearneys- ~!~i:ii:!i~!ii~'. - 1952 Pontiac 1950 Pontiac ' (2 ,'NI I T III vil'te Elementary, Page Jackson ~'~~i;\ :: : i iii!!iiii;ir; .... h :[i1 .ll~ ~JtJ ~l.Lli~.#P~:.L y . ~l[High School. 'Wright- Den,~y ~~iil. ~ji~:?k. ..... 1952 Chevrolet 1948 Plymout - IIISehool and the Charles Town Jan [~~~ ' I[|ior High School. 'COME IN NOW AND GET THE ~.~'T9 ,~.,I ~1"I~ ~1" If 111~I(T'!~T~ !11 The Red Cross omce is asking ~~ l ltihat the remainder,cf the schools ii~ili:ii:ii;!il AND EMPLOYEES ]lin the County please send in their ~iii~.':...~ (..::: :!. :) ::::::::::::::::::::::::.:as:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: "::%'.:.~.:...'! ..::::. ::::: ::::::::::::::::::: z tl|o~mpleted enrolh-nents as soon as ~~~~.~ DEAL YOU WANT! , ~:::!:[:::::::: :~::~::::::::-:: : ::~:::::','::::::::::::;:i:::~.~'j~'~:~"." ,,,,,: :[:}:::::.' ". ~:;:;::::::::::::::::::;:;. ~:~:~' III possible. E Count Farmers Have .... " ..... ....... ....... OPEN venings 'Til 9:00P. M. ) i ....... . ................ .......... "" II Been Using Portable Danny, Home Phone 20'31 !: II w-'- '-- .... From a purr to a roar, smooth hstonlng is yours at all timesE.M. Whiting - - - - 1056, II ,,arermg urougn rorms with Sonotone's latest hearing-seeing duet -- a slim-trim eyeglass Joe ~tt"u"on .... adz ~,~"~"-~ II ....... hearing aid. Only eyeglass hearing aid with exclusive AVC (Auto- ttI ~uring me pas~ xew wee~s mrm ............. ........ er . . . . 771 t ers have been makin, g good use, of manc VOlUme ~ontrol) to sotten suaaen, 1Otla, noises. ~asnlon-thln,, " [tthe portable watering trough tcmples for both men and women. JUsolatest Tuck-A-Way styles DOUR Coop It.charles HughI]]1[ forms available to coopera,tors of .Town servation theMr, Eastern ,along Richard District. Panhandle withbth Dailey Mr of Norval Soil and Charles Con- Jen Mr. for those who don't wear glasses. ~ m~ ~m~ ........ COMEly. IN. SEE ~=~ AND HEAR --TFOR ~ YOURSELF--.I m;l, J[F['i [}N (:0U ! t . . ..... I lki.ns. Shenanaoa'h Junctmn nave /I , installed concrete troughs to im-'l a~a~k|Aqum~k|P |1 ." ] O1 ORS, [nl [1' prove t)he livestock watering fac- '%,llNII/llNii= A'I' l,ll:ln l eWwlln r I i]ities on 1;heir farms. ~il~l~l~l~i~/~i~l~ll~ I/1 IlU~I~I~IV~II !ll Th fo~ns are oircular and pro- ,~ ......... , rO . il vide a reinforced concrete trough ~UI tL rutt t, ivianager ,i holding a little over 500 gallons. 733 So-"h P ............ ) ut otomac treet nagerstown, Luu. ,]'About two yards of cement are re- ' ' East Liberty Street quired' As t~ae tro,dgh form~ are Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 n used in Morgan, Berkeley and Jef Phone 212 Charles Town, W. ]] ferson counties their use must be or Charles Town 825 / listed a few days in advance. i 'i