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January 20, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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TWO SECTIONS LATEST IN LOCAL, AREA SPORTS -- COUNTY NEWS ADVERTISEMENTS 102 NO. 3 First Place Winner of West Virginia Press Association Community Service Award Business-News Dept. - Dial 725-2046 or 2047 CHARLES TOWN, Jefferson County, W. VA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1966 West Virginia's Oldest Newspaper SIXTEEN PAGES LOCAL NEWS --- PICTURES WEDDINGS -- SOCIETY CLASSIFIED ADS i I iii | I I I I I PRICE 10 CENTS --I i , I li li[ Merchant- Noland, C h a r 1 e s [, [ I I ]Town's Chevrolet-Oldsmobile ag-[I |1 J II ~ | ency, has a brand new and lovely i I w I l home in Charles Town. The ag-t H~W ~ I " " I I ency is now located in a big new / .... I a i l II I i~ | blue colored all-metal building on ~ ', D.. I I ! | [] [] 1 ~ | two acres of land on the Eastern ~ rt~u ti | i [] [] l edge of Charles Town on U. S. t ....................... .~ ............ [ .... ----'- I I [ Route 340. The area on which I i i IlmY hMI/L~' ~.t~B liMIliaV 'l~l~kl ~...t| I I [ this new Pruden all-steel pre-i I [ aunl vile, art run JamlAnl tram ~iUll 1 ! [fabricated structure has beenI ~i ~ [ I i~i:i I erected was a part of some 79.6 I ~I | I ~l~IIFr PAImD~ ~ I~gg~t~M rtmuTy NAe. I /acres of land originally des[g-] i~I | I t, IRt, UII t, Wnl tB Jt-IILlIJV~ ~VUII/ ~;}! ~:i~!:i I nated as a, site for the "Shenan- i I ....... T-PE OF CASE -- ' I /~ | doah Plaza' Shopping Center. t ~ ~ I DATE NAME OF CASE Y pr^l I I Since moving day was just Sat- I I January 25 Harry S. Takera vs. Nicholas Zemo Civil /I V I i~ I urday and there is still n~uch I ~ [[ I January 27 State vs. Stove L. Painter " Criminal I t | work to ..re. clone as a result ot [ :~l | I January 28 Charles Kearns vs. Rose.Jensen, Inc, Civil Nine persons were indicted by ~.. leavm meir tormer nome in ,::~: I ~ | .. ng ..... ~ ,aa,,~ ,, w., f ~J i [February 1 State vs. Richard Paul Turner Criminal the Jefferson County grand jury ............ ~ ........ ~ .............. inal I / Washington street in Charles l ~ [February 3 State vs. Clifton E. Lewis f, rlm~ . when that body met at the open- I ~ 1 Town Donald Noland and Pres- l ~ I February 8 State vs. Thomas P. Dlllow i=rtmmai ing of the Regular January Term ~! I ton l~erchant, co-owners and op- t / ~ I February 1O Jefferson Motors vs. A, R. Elltett Civil of the Circuit Court here on ~!~ ili~ I erators of the agency, said it was / I] I February 10 P.W. Plumly Company vs. Clifton McDonald Civil Tuesday of this week Town Lions Club e ] not possible to hold a GrandI l l ] Jurors will convene at 9:30 A. M2 on the dates indicated unless Floyd A, Rutherford was ~n- ,,..~. ~,L......~ ........ : i[ Opening to show off their new[I I I notified to the contrarv dieted on felony charges of tlltTll OOLll CtlllllV~A~l~ it Le [ .... -~ ~ " " ff ' - , -~. ~ ~* r~ II budding at this time Plans are I / I I breaking and entering, and plead- evening, Jan,,,,~ ~, ~ ~ a] i ev r ' ' . ,~. I. o ...... "v...~ , I be ng made, how e , to have / i _ _ _ I .......... ed guilty to the charges when ar- c dinner-~an~e~.''nu=~ ....... t~ s, :l such an Opening sometime early] / I I I nh} I|u u trey. Fldfln h. 5mil raigned in court yesterday morn- s m February, the exact date to be 1-1 ||1 aUI r m His motion that he be laced [dent Duane Andrews Joseph A Warrenfeltz and Club and special guests attended the[~ ....... a~ .... I I I [ Y $ I g -- - -P - ~ . . . " . . . a,,vw,~eu mteL on prooauon was reterreo to tl~e ~c the Lions and their ladies Treasurer Henry. Weller with a en)oyable dinner and .program.[ The new building into which[ C. MANNING SMITH I T.|~lo h^o~a I Gum Soeaker Sunday nrobation officer for investiuat- guests mat were trom mar- mirty-tive year plaque. ~ion war zne uinner was serveu oy mei ~to.oh~,,, o,,a ~,~.a t,~,, ...... at ...... t i|an|~ mn.~trrlr~'_u I ...... r- -- a : ..... " ) ....... ~,,.,,~ ~,,u ,,~,..,, ,,..~ ,,,,,.~,, At t e e l or iza " 1 = =-- . w i,=,w I=I= son ann report Urg, Inwood, Bunker Hill, renfeltz and Weller are the only Women of the Moose, witht :..=..^^. , ..... ~ ... ..... ~^ [ n r gu ar Ran uona I I.. ,. ..... :. ..... .I ~ ~ou teet ~,s,~ auu .u z~t wine l~onald bee t~ern was irlulcte0 chester and the Harpers Fer- two charter members still in the music for the dancing which .... ~ ....... " ...... :;[meeting of the recently elected iTL.- T-..--. /~ .... & [tniSt:01 l t:nUrCh ........ alivar Lions Club. J. Thuman (~lub. Both have thirty five years followed the dinner program pro [~ .~acesn.~.'.~'..~,ute~.~a'~,.an~ ]Bard of Directors of the Peoples I/mS/erm t, ourl i-r """r .... onmett c.narges, A warrant mr auly, District Governor of 29 of perfect attendance. Iv[dud by Joe Taylor's orchestra. I I pan~. ot unarles Town held Tues- I __ I ~-:--- ~-