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December 14, 1967     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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December 14, 1967

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NOW -- At The of Charles Town 5R Interest On Certificates Of 4% INTEREST PAID 0N SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Ho SERVICE CHARGE 0N CHECHMC ACCOUNTS VISIT OR CALL US TODAY --- PHONE 725-7018 PEOPLES BAHH or CHARLES TOWN Federal Reserve System Member Of The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Charles Town. Wesl Va. r EM.W_.W MW... r...— tll leaders. w red Egress: OR Post Year'sAChievemenls Al everything from Chorals to a CH Club merit-bees and their load In her remarks, Mrs. Mickey, a with the band and the Ensemble presentations, and an misiden- percent strive to achieve a higher eluded many 4-H Club Memibers. Ohrismas Serenade with some ers of Jefferson 'Oounty tor their former Jefferson County 4~H Club ' Performing under the direction I to the best better, are among that Saturday Al Bordone Em W, * ,in. It was presented by the Brass achievements of, the past year member herself, told the 4—Hers of Mr, Daniel Shoemell, and the and a near capacity crowd was that about 95-perserrt of the popu- student director of the brass en- *N Ik' $2, - . owwe re ta Ing your language. , We also gave Skylarkanw wheelbase. We shortened itnby five-percent. The concert of music included Once again it was Semir— ing and enjoyable talk by Mrs. Ensemble and the Stage Band day Dec. 2 to pay to Warren Mickey. from Shepherdstown High School present and enjoyed a concern oi lotion is content with the life the semble was Jerry Walker, 3 4&1 music in addition to the awards way it is and that only about five 0le Members. Both groups in- three Inches. It parks easier. And you’ll think you’re driving a sports car. r The engine runs on We 8"; WEEKS regulargas. Now you can take brand And we save her it easy on the samin a price . can afford. $2664- budget and travel In style. lethal ‘ ‘_ language? _w m. Wouldn t you really rather have a Buick? “’ ‘L '35? .. nu Totem with the new on safety lectures are at your Buick dealer’s. Guy’s Buick-Pontiac STATE ROUTE 9 aornARLES TOWN, w. VA. Boy Scout Troop 94 launches “Keep I Christ In Christmas" Campaign Deposit At this event each year, all 4-H Club members who have complet ed at least one project during the previous year are recognized. Mrs. Ilhomton Wilt, president, 47}! Leaders Association, presented the certificates to approximately; 100 boys and girls who were pre- I sent. Another 150 4-H’ers will re- A ceive their’s from their leaders. Leaders who have given out-l standing service to the 4-H Club Program were presented certifi. castes by Mr. Ed Seville, County i . Extension Agent. Silver Clover certificates for 5 years of service went to Mm. Ollie Malcome, Miss Janet Robinson, Mrs. Betty Albin Decker, and Mrs, Adam Link, Jr. Those receiving gold clover certi ficates were Mrs. Charles Osbourn , Mrs. Jack Catrow, Mrs. Wallace Snyder, Mr. Leroy Cheshire. Mrs. Joseph Ware, Mrs. Michael -: Riice, Mrs. Dorcas Ramsburg, Mrs. Thomas service was presented to Mrs. Thornton Wilt, Diamond Clover Certificates for twenty years of ‘ service were presented to Mrs. Reboot Hockensmith and Mrs. Lowell Hetzel, A ruby Clover Ger tificate for thirty years of service was presented to Mrs. Garland Heflebower, Jr, Club achievement was recogniz ed by Miss Dottie Dillon. County Extension Agent 4«H. Blue Rib- bon Club wore: Blue Ridge Live Mares, Happy H’ers, Leetown Top- pers. Middlewey Climbers, Sum- Point Busy, Bees, Sunrise Neighborhood audivVise Owl 4-H , Club. Thefiolly Madison receivod a red ribbonwhne the Elk Bran- 1‘ Ch Chili received ayellow ribbon. loom J effersOn , County to the many state and out i of state events were recognized ? as well as the new ALL STARS. I ‘ Henderson and Anton Gra , nthem were presented with re-l membrances of 4-H as they have , reached weir 218i birthday and now will Doctrine a 4-H Alumni. Connor in the form or pins which are donated by num- erous 4sH Sponsors. Were present ed to those 4‘H’ers who have made outstanding achievements in the different project areas: Achievement _- Connie Barron, Sharon Smallwood, Ernest Hunt- er and William Henderson. Agri- cultural Tommy Weller, William Henderson and Jerry Walker; Alumni Recognition Mrs. Ina Merchant, Mrs. Dorcas Ramsbur , Mrs, Lowell, Hetzel and Mrs. R0 - ert Hockemsmith. Automotive -.- Karl DeHaven, Kenneth Barron, John L. Miller, Douglas Sta-Libs. Boob Ernest “Hunter, William A special Christmas campaign has been launched under sponsor ship of Boy Scout Troop No. 94 of St. James Catholic Church in Charles Town and Trinity Miss~ ions to stress the theme of “Keep Christ in Christmas”, And in the above picture members of the troop are shown setting up the Christmas manger which the troop is now displaying in the Electric Shoe Repair Shop. “Shown are: (left to right) —- —— Richard Kelican, Bobby Dooling and Gary Myers. The scouts under the direcrhion of their Scoutrnaster Brother Pascal Haas. have made posters and have distributed them in Show windows of stores in Charles Town. “The ever inceras- ing trend of substituting for pic- tures of the C'ln‘ist Child, the non religious pictudes of winter scenes, ice skaters and even dogs ; on Christmas cards, should leave little doubt of the straightforward " truth and timeliness of this cam- paign”, said Brother Pascal. News paper ads, radio broadcasts, and house to house distribution of flyers will also be employed to -, bring this drive to the attention of the public. The scouts of Troop 94 have displayed in the show window of the “Electric Shoe Re- pair Shop” of Charles Town and attractive Nativity scene depicit— ‘~ ing the birth of Christ, Anyone interested in assisting in this campaign through any media are . kindly asked to contact the Scout master of Troop 94 at St. James Parish House, Charles Town. Henderson, Roy Mason, Jr. and Chris Sagle. Bread Pat Moler, and Debbie Myers. Clothing —-— Linda Link, Peggy Currier, Kathy Sagie, and Connie Barron. Con- servation of Natural Resources —- Sharon Smallwood and Rusty Heare. Dairy Millie Creamer, Mike Kelley, Bill G, Grantham, and Mark Lemaster. Dog Care and Training Tom Wilt, Lisa Moon and aJmes Milton. Electric Kenneth Barron, Chris Sagle Lyle Hoffman and James Hunter, En— tomology - Norman Wilt. Foods Nutrition - Ann Hunter, Debbie Nichols. Anne Gracey and Ruth Mary Puder. Healdh - Rusty Bea: re and eBth Snyder. Home Econo ,mdcs Consumer - Katy Wilt, , Rose Maddox, Judy Vanmol, and Kathy Henshaw. Home Manage ment Rebecca Clark and Martha Hammond. Leadership Margaret Rose Orndorff, Nancy Henderson Gruiber and George erber. Pub- lic Speaking - Rusty Heare and Margaret Rose Orndorff. Following the program, club members were presented with the new 1968 4-H Club 0211- ‘1 endars which were donated by f_ the Bank of Charles Town, after which the 4-H’ers enjoyed refresh merits which were served by the Jefferson County Home Demon: the Jefferson County Farm Bureau and the 9 stration Council, 4-H Leaders Association. Area Holsleinflerds SelNew Performances Brattleboro, Vermont - Local " dairy herds of Registered Holste- ’ in cows have established new lac ;‘ tation averages for milk and but- terfat production. As reported by I the ; m ‘. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCAfi“ I THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1967 has 36 completed production re- FRIENDLY CLASS cords averaging 14,969 lbs. of milk '——"‘ . d and 544 lbs, of butterfat, The Friendly. Gasman William E. Walker, Driswood ASbuW Methodist ‘ I .0. .,;A" Farm, Shenandoah Junction, has meet Monday ni°ht A ‘ at 7:30 p. m. at the home 53 completed production records A , averaging 17,763 lbs, of milk and 9‘ 634 lbs. of butterfat. ..,‘ up. “g ..._v., “.1” «a. «.m. a,“ Marie Conrad, Forrest Charles Town. Bring 3 exchange. or“ u-‘y‘ “’5 Mg so“ .(h “,5, up, »» FROM J. RUSSELL FRITTS’, INC. THE BIG CHRISTMAS ST IN CHARLES TOWN Just One Of Our WIDE SELECTIONS , OF FINE GIFTS . Show SMALL TRANSISTOR COMBINATION AT ONLY $25.95 Make Your Selections WHILE THEY LAST FULL LINE OF Fine Appliance Gifts a FOR THE HOME ' I l Why Not Select A Piece Of Our FINE FURNITURE FOR THE HOIIIE THIS CHRISTMAS “5"0" Hm- .- THIS CHRISTMAS l. RUSSELL ERITTS. Inc. FIRST IN HOME APPLIANCES Danny Tabler and Jimmy Hefle- the Hoiste‘n—F ' Assoc‘ t’ . u l bower, Photogth Marshall of Americd. tlféeilfaiaiciol MORSE: .1 300 WaShmgton St‘ ""' Charles Town, W McCormick, John Crane and Pho~ ion testing herd averages are: PHONE 725-5511 ' ebe La-gemenn. Swine - Bobby Robert S. Butler, Martinsb‘urg, - .. g, ‘ H h g, HEHE3‘33?@‘E‘EEEEEE‘ES‘EEE‘EEEQHEEEE‘ HEEE’EEE’E‘E‘QE‘EQ‘EHT fi: 0 u o o u Malia, Mrs, John Kite, : . Mrs. Hilda Burham. An emerald Clover certificate for 15 years of For teens and women, i? on gaudy. Sizes 5 to 10. Sizes 6 to 8 5499 E l‘ f 3‘ gift. 159 to ‘29” ul $ Italian styles in tan, black or bur- ...ainy, many styles for tots right up to teens in boys or ' -: ls popular hose always make a use- : MEN’S BEDROOM SUPPERS A fine selection of men’s house slippers to please just about any man. Anything from felts to long wearing leather 1sytles. Some lined styles, 00. $199 to 5599 BUDGET PRICED LOAF ERS penny or Sizes 31/; 1:06 $799 OPEN NlTES TILL 9 Tune SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23 ‘scansessaasssesasaeeassesnssaseeeeessasnaas3 $499 CHILDRENS COWBOY BOOTS Always an ideal gift for kids. Authentically styled Western boots with leather uppers. Sizes 81/; hos $599 CHILDREN’S BEDROOM SLIPPERS LADIES’ BEDROOM SLIPPERS Soft soles, hard soles, fancy styles, fuzzy styles and many, many more. Whatever you’re looking for you’re almost sure to find it here. $199 to $599 3i r CHOOSE FROM FAMOUS BRANDS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY fl, , _. M I. MEN &Y0UNG , 4 blacks of. in tie or. slip-on—sty 195 this brand name- , i i 5799 to ‘1‘I ,§ CHILDREN .. Famous protested Poll Torr“)t for boys or girls. Many loafefi’ $599 $8 L TEENS And WON‘T ’ Dress up shoes, or Casual , with the famous MISS ' 7 ful name. ‘ $699 to $12 Ever popular many new shades SHOES Ion YOUNG MIN VOUNC INOI PAOHION. Hitherto