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Charles Town, West Virginia
December 14, 1967     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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December 14, 1967

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~ It1 ,o,D FURNITU| Pq. w.w. i 4E m sl .end Us Y( s t Wi sel, il e~,"'-'~ I Hamps ay~rounEdi some of the possibilities open to i~g~'~:~?~':.41P~::~'.*"~:.~-~::~':;i::~.~:~:--::' Berryville, while the latter is em-and recently moved from Canton,0 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE the Corporation. He presented ] U ~ IllmV~|llkl klllJllll~ ployed, i N. Y to Horseheads, a suburb of ITHTTR~r~AV n~Mr~ 1/1 log7 11~'1 he I Ralph Hovermale, Morgan County; the charter, which was the first[ ~K~r II|WN Nrw Mrs Pleas B. Rogers of tIaw-: Corning. I ' "~"" -" ') uTU r Mayor Harland Ridder, Mineral ppe I County and Ben Hiner, Pendle-to be issued in the State and one rlwi--.v .1 vthorpe Dale Farm recently fell David Ramsburg, son of Mr. Ileav. "he 'c "" r .1 ,i~h of the first of its kind in the MRS. MARIANNA SMALLWOOD on ice which resulted in a broken and Mrs. Glenn Ramsburg [. mg t clr ult wo K a Y '~" I W I" NAW~[I [r I~ ,r/tleh~n, L; I ton County. nation. ~:~:,ji.~;~l~.:~>~l~.~.~:::.~:?>,~ wrist. She received treatment in Charles Town, spent Friday with [3C~iSL~ceSSiwn ner ~umre enoeav-i - v,~ ,-.e .-, w,javm(]Tl0H I The Corporation was organized I :: "=. +" . - the Winchester Memorial nospi-IrStuart Wolford who celebrated[ year. I,e ~ er to hel,~ consolidate and take ad- . " yearn o~ ~ur. Jiowell tal his sixth birthday On Sunday, Dec. 24, there will w|ln N~v uommumca.o. ~ra::nt m~cgD:?e~P:lvantag'e of various federal and Sp4 Dan|elPayt0n t Death cast its gloom over this Mrs. Joshua Clipp received Mrs. Elsie Grey and grandson, lnot be Divine Worship service atl Y inNovember at Rom-[ statet programs for the advance- O L !~ -- I" ~ [community when it counted word ~last week of the severe scald Jimmy Grey, visited the former's 19 o'clock. Church School will be] ~ti~il~ In H~ll~]|llll lected the followin f men of me e;ght J~astern wes~ - [life af Sto~mer Howell, a life long granddaughter, Amy Clowe, Martinsburg, Sunday. Mr. and[be a Christmas observance under[ esident l~]nh ~igh ~'l Virgima counties: Berkeley, Grant DaU[ I-lUre IUU[ ~| [among its harvest on Tuesday the sustained 'by her year old great daughter, Mrs. Charles Watson, lheld at 10 o'clock when there will| dPu hl~'~b-~'~'f Moore-[ and. Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, ~nd~Le let V;,~m [resident of ~his vicinity. Our daughter of Mrs. Barbara Bush Mrs. Tony Hill later were supper[the st~pervision of Mrs. Allen J ttonolulu Nov 20 Co'~m'mi rain r -;-~ Mineral Morgan and Pendleton. vial[ III Tl~;lllOall [ heartfelt sympathy is extended ClowN, Winchester, Va. The child guests Sunday of her aunt, Mrs. [ Kibbler and Miss Sue Ellen Bush ca~ons T~hnici'aa Third'"C~s~ Bu~l~ar~,'~.Ps~%~d~n:~|By-laws, objectives, and mere- - ]Mrs. Howell and other members fell into a bathtub of hot water Grey. IOn that day, Sunday, Dec. 24, at [W E Newell J,r, USN, son'~f zrer, ---s~-u .~" win. I ~set up so that ~t would sahsfy, the i~ 92-ylear-old father of the de- Dowell Bush, momentarily left inu a few days with her daugh- ] sented in the Summit Point ,Meth-I of Rome 2 Ha,'k~rs Fe~-,~ h.s alachian ~iola n ~,~ [ requirements of the major federal II~II!i:~t2~t+!~'~'~ ::::::::::::::::::::::::: * ceased, who resides with his the bathroom The little girl was ters. ~rs G'ilbert Willin ham, [five dist Church by the choirs of the| r m)r ed f 'r d ~'%" at ~ "'~I! "'~ g e. t o u he ,Dr ~'l aid programs and be a broad ~ ~i:~i~;~i::i grandson, Howard Howell, Alex- admitted to the Winchester Me- Kea~mewille, and Mrs Wallace churches of Jefferson Circuit. [ Naval Communic'ation S~tion t,~- I based citizen group, who could ~~ii!i~:iii::i andria, Va attended the funeral mortal Hospital for treatment. Foley, ~artinsburg." ",A reminder of the DecemberIHonolulu, Hawaii "'" ~*~ .[O the O HlCers[ incoroprate the requirements and ~~~!::~::::' ~services and is apparently enjoy- ~ 'V~o~,~o ~r,~ n "e An-e,ncement was made Sun 14-H meeting which will be held/ m " ~ e~ec~e~ TO me J~x:[ priorities for projects in the ~i!ii~:i ing good healt~h. His friends were cei~ve'd word"".Monda"y~'a~ h'er day d'ur~ng Divine Worship serv~IMonday, Dec. 18 in the Kabletown| l,ne ~s aunK ,n a worm -mieN o~ me .oara/ eight county area IIII~i:)i |glad to see him. sister, Mrs. Leonard Ruble, was ,ice that the Rev. Mi~ Carol Reese I ~hoolhouse. This will be the an-| wiue cnamot co.mmun!ca~.ions ~s Mongold, Berkeley ~ Dave Trenton, Grant/ Angus. E. Peyton, W. Va. Corn- ~~ii~iii:: ~! Mrs. George Wines of Henry a patient in the Corning Hospital will terminate her stay as asso- [ nual Chr~mas party. [ ~tatmns, and provides mayor corn eorge Heidrich, Jeffer-[ missioner of Commerce was pres- ~)~::)i:~: Dean Farm is remaining with her for ~reatment for exhaustion. She ciate minister on Jefferson Cir-[ " [ mu.nications support to ships and ~"~~Y; Mayor David Shear, ent at the meeting and discussed~ i?i)i daughter,~~~~~~j~~~~~ -~~~~~Mrs" Lillian Wilson, has not been feeling well this fall ~ cult. We are sorry that she is ~ CHECK THE CLASSIFIEDS ~ units of V2m U. S. Pacific Fleet. i: F 0 R Y 0 U R [ / UDY.MIX CONCRffE NEEDSii Metal Doors- Metal Frames And !i 'Enforcing Steel Products For Concrete t g CALL CHARLES TOWN 725-7612 OR I! VISIT OUR. PLANT AT RANSOM, W. VA. ii'THogs LUMBER COMPANY [i Ran Son Plant - Call 725-7612 - Charles Town ii ~ Martinsburg Plant - 267-8955 t 'W Via: ist ~ "~- (~ i " Payto'n servedi ,tiseight --F R 0 M-- I months with the 5~h Bataalioni~ ~ ~. 60th InfanCry, a unit of the 9th I~ 1 I ml I mm I / ml 1 A 1 A / 1 Ill / / Infantry Div,ision stationed in the ~.~ II I i I I I I I / I / / MeKong Delta. As a member of ~ H Ill " II Jill Ill O O fl II - l "l ll / 1. O the battalton's Recon Pla,toon he ; ~0 llB1 ! lln [ [ Ill I lI 1 1 lll I I / ~ served as a machine gunner on ~ ~ lll g.1 11 Idl ! I Idl LI//ll IdllII II 1 illIllll an armored Personnel Carrier. ~ fl U fl fl fl / I l fl I fl 1 1. ! / l Specia l~igt Pay~on's last four ~ m m m ~ m ~ m m m m i m ~ m m .m m m m i m m ~ m ~ m ~ ~ m m ~ ~ months of dmy were spent with ~ the 9th Admzmstratlon Company NORTH DIAL 725 5516 CHARLES TOWN W. VA. ~here he fu~ione~ a a -er i~ GEORGE STREET -, , s p . ~ sonnel specialist. Specia}ist Payton will spend 45 ~ Appliance Gifts Are So Welcome Bemuse They're So Useful! Everyone In The Parody Uses Them Every Day Of The Year. Come In Now And days leave wiCh his .fam)ly .and ~ Fill Your List From Our Large Selection. Be Sure. Give Right. Give Appliance Gifts This Christmas! trxenas oe~ore ret~rmng to ~u~. ~ 'He will be st~i~ne~ al~ Fort Knox, t ~ - . fl~ Ky until May ~1968~ when he will| I~ ~L oJX, t| ~,~a- :':-:~17~, ,~/ ':." ~. * I ~ ~, bb discharged. ] ~ ' " . .'~ ." " ~!:,~ o ! : IU, i!! . + ' " CANOPENER o loR ! : :, . :, I RV PBM WHAT COULD BE A BETTER GIFT '~~~ ~ .~~ iI ~ ] ~ lilt lflll I THIS CHRISTMAS .- THAN A TRULY GREAT I--.v ~ WESTINGHOUSE COLOR TV I I o .nvr. I,! WI]tl ' Make Your ' " " "" ' CLOCKS I " + i. : ,~ .:i~ i~!~!~ $.~ i~t~ -i.~!+ " ]INCHAR:ES.WN :]i Electrl;7;USdERI' TAPE RECORDERS I,lI~~~,~ +++":" '+" I JULIAN'S I~ I HEATERS I[~Wg,r l IN THE ] ~ tleCtrlC JUISI:K I, I t~,K f~~~l . " ]i- |. REFRIGERATORS I nEeTRIC KNIVE- I MONDAY THRU r s I ' REEZERS I D Op.laVnO THURSDAY TILL ' 8:00 P.M. + / II-IlVUI-fl/vii I FRIDAY &SATURDAYI + RECORD PLAYERSI RADIOS I 9:00 P.M. - GES l Headquarters For : ! .+ +. . PORTABLE TV (lnstantOn) - RAN "s s L : Ale CONDITIONERS : +. t; - LAWN BOY MOWERS i . Ik $1.80 2 Ibs. $3.50"3 Ibs. $5.25 5 Ibs. $8.50OUR CONVENIENT d II II / CERTIFICATES .It I I P.O. BOX 66 / For Ladies, Men ,nd Youngsters Look Smart- Be Smart I RANS0N, (Jefferson County), W. VA. I " JOIN THE CROWD l Who Are Shopping i 13RING YOUR SHOPPING LIST TO ' " l' (OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 9) / -THE FRIENDLY- o f JULIAN'S I IF IT'S ' I 011111UI IP II N IITI[I IF IT'S THIS YEAR AT: i i " '" ' ' ' ' 31 K & ALGER DRUG ST01E B-I-(; $ T O R E ][ WESTINGHOUSE I. ' .WrUHIIIhI[ elI'l l FRo. mAnCHU'S ha (Pharmacists) L " " I " I I I FREE PARKING +~ L ~ ~ " " " " I The Center 0f Charhs Town orry Y u No Meters To W o If++ YOU CAN BE SURE B . YOU CAN BE SURE 725-2621 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.