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~~ -~_-':-- - ..... - Mrs. Sally Wolfe and family, Allen Marshall, Chairman, has for this game will not be sure[ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE Slip I I~LllmLEPUlll I P [Bardane were Sunday supper I been activated and will make a until completion of the semi-final ~ THURSDAY JANUARY 20 1966 K~KNr'V~tV|| ir' iguests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd t report of their findings at the round of play. Should CharlesI ........... ' ............. '.' =m=-r~=u 1== • ~wd~m=- I Thomas• i next Board Meeting. Town and Berkeley Springs reach [ ................. eal of Mrs. Elsie Hamstead ] Mr. Lewis McCarty, Jr., Balti-J President Bill Jackson appoint- the finals then the championshin I ment, WnL present me tourna- WORK, men James lwc~ ~~~y~:!~jl~i~l more, Md~. v!sited his ~ther,. Mr. led a ~Nominating Committee corn- game will be played on the Mu~-Iment basketball and a large tro- erstown, would be the reP ......... I Lewls Mcuarty, ~r. on ~amraay. I posed of F. S. Woodford, Chair- selman High floor at Inwood. If iPhY to the winning team and ment. -~ne ,E~gewooa tiomema~ers[_ Mr. and Mrs. Bucky Stride and lman" They will suggest to the however, either Moorefield, Pet-[medals to the individual players. -- nero me|r January meeting aLiTimmy, Snepnerdstown visitealBoard the advantages, if any, of ersburg or Franklin should make iA trophy will also be presented ~t~u ~|]|nn Urn:me the home of Mrs. Homer .lVlcl~ee. ] Mrs. Edith Thomas on Sunday. ~ the single-slate over the double- it to the finals then the ~ame I to the tournament runner-up, m=m mS/aRmy n,ll, mmJ , The new omcers tor m]s year Mr and Mrs ober i • • • ......... [ . . a t W ttman ] slate m electing Directors to the will be played on the Petersburg [ Recognition wil! be g!ven to .the P =. ~ • = ,~= _L are: lvirs. orman wl e ei, rr s:; I and Mrs. Ralph Shahan, Grafton, ] Board. floor.. I most outstanmng cneerieaaers Carlner nemnu tne • ,.._ ........... land an eight-man All-tournament - Mrs• LOU t~atrow, ~ecretary. The I and Mrs Homer Hess, Mar~ns- I • The Charles Town High basket, Moorefield meeting Petersburg ton~,amence merethe Wmcham,q,,=h~noe no consomt-~,~= ii team will ....... oe semctea, une supu- ,~ ~# = ~, __ • lesSOngwen oy"H°memakers,~!rs. Myers. Role"TWo new Jonwas I burg,Monday.Visited Mrs. Cathryn Heinz Jl U/~=,l~h,~&a=W ill~ll=~l~l rl~D~l~=""k'~t"~'J roundbailers ofdrewthe Class-AAa bye in schoolboy ] forthe first J in a8 singlep, m. tournament game Set [I willie at 8 n m " ....... ~" ~" ..... J lation placed on the all-tourna- ~ |our |ncome Ha]{ members, Mrs. Charles Symons I Four birthr~w w=r~ C$1~hr=t~d ] " " ce aga n me reason ~or spilt I ............... Now i- the time to file • ..-, ............... basketball tournament to be stag- I The tournament play will again I On i **"- " .... I ment team selections was that tin- tournamen" la " " ve v each me Ilve teams mus nave and MrsA Harold Burh_am were ] with a family dinner at the home j T~ M~} in ~hst~lsc ed once again in the Petersburg [ this year cease until Friday [ .,_ g _ . t p y ~s rosa [ at least one player included in 1965 Federal income tax wemomeu into me muu. xterl.f Mr C D ,Vhnmnsnn| IIV m'll | Inn wmmum= e the demonstration on Flem sh I on Sunda Those" havin birth I n~gn gymnasmm m wnat once [ March 4, when Charles Town and | ~,ne cos~ at.room ann .ooara .~or [ the eight-man team District Director of Inter~= Flower Arrangements, the host-Id~vs were" M~" o.a u.~ ~ ~'IT~w~ fh=wrk hnna~ ?~ again will be a split tournament|the winner of the Moorefield-[ me teams nawng zo ~ravei me! - . • " - • • venue Mr Hu~h D Jones ess. served_, cake,_ coffee andparty_ [ ........................ Calvin Thompson and ] v.o....= ow,=v, j ..v play. ] Petersburg game will meet in the farthest distance for tournament [ It was aec=dea at the uamroayminas" " '" west" wrgm a'" " nlav - Charles Town and Berkeley [ meeting that admission for all "i "11 .Thompson, . .... Dates for the tournament, the[first of two games that night. ["Sprin~s~ " I sessmns' of tournament play will Taxpayers wh~ have a r~, mix me next meet ng De nero- ": at- met- name:" .... ooert . daughter, Faye Ann. Guests were The regUlar winter meeting of pairing and other details were [ Game time will be 7 p.m. l . • ~ Mr. and Mrs Frank Thompson, [ the Presbytery of Winchester - " be $1 for adults coming will find that early Braay. ~ | Nancy Welshl and Mr and Mrs | will be in the Charles Town Pres- worked out Monday morning at a ] Meeting in the second game ] The winner of this tournament I • ex*'edites their checks Ma' f'ft~MI~qIftW~,~ wf~qPICEI Kenneth Thompson, Martinsburg, ~ l~'tetla~ Church on January 25. meeting of coaches and princi-J will be the Berkeley Springs High I will advance to Region 2-AA play ~ Four officials were ~ecommend ~ .... h ...... =i~ ~ ......... • ~=vf.f.~ ~ "v??'~ ] Mr. and Mrs. Billy Thompson anal | The meeting will be opened with pals of the five participating I Indians and FrankIln. This game [ to be staged in Davis & Elkins [ ed to handle tournament play. ~;o~ :~"~:"~;::='~a~- I certif,/that I have before me[family, Bakerton, Mr. and Mrs.|a worship service at 9:00 A. M. schools held at Hampshire Cou. lwilI start 20 minutes after com-]C°IIege in Elkins, W. Va., March|They were George Hott, coach at ............ 11-12. |Moorefi'eld High; Enordo Arnoe says. ¢~ ~:**~, ~h~ ~C-,m*~ nf ] Calvin Thompson and family, | Mr. James Conklyn of Shepherds- nty High School in Romney. i pletion of the first game. ] Following the finals Saturday [ of Frostburg, Md., Charlie Latti- All taxpayers are enco!L~ t~ foll'o~i'n~,~'¢~iduciari'esy ........ I Shepherdstown Bobby Thompson | town, the retiring moderator, Tournament play will get under ] The finals of the tournament [ night .Robert Hupp, principal of[ mer of Cumberland, Md. and Ott to file their 1965 returns ~ "*~h~" ~ "~, •Ancillary Mrs. Walter Judy and Tonic and [ will preach the sermon, way Tuesday night, March 1, on ~ will be played Saturday night, J Petersburg High School who was [ Long of Hagerstown, Md. Should " --- ~ _ Aclmi'ni*strat'or "of"~l~ar~ne Ra~, Charlotte Thomas. | Other items of particular inter ~,roneh~df, e~a~pd a lest include an address at ll:00 the Petersburg High floor with~March 5, at 8 p. m., but the site'named director for the tourna-lone of this group not be able to Read The ilia ........ -"~r~-"~-" ~ " A M by Dr John F Anderson, Edward L Pine Administrator "Hiehwav To Ha,dness /.,. • ., • . . "- ..... "- -- 3 M" /me new xecuuve uecremry zor o[ Mary Helen Tnompson, De- .... . _ _ | the Board of Church Extension cease~. ,~ ~'k'- e- ~xecutor of Sermon Sublet Sunday/ the .Presbyterian. Church. in . uu . r, . • | me unnea tates, me recepuon van. wus n oecease I~ L..& • • of a new minister, Charles Sy- l • . - rresuyvenan Church t , d he reception of Ray- Wdlard G Smallwood, Sr, Ex mons an t ecutor of Danml Fran in Lan. mend Riddleberger, Jr., as a can caster, deceased. The third In a series of set- didate for the ministry. Mr. Sy- Bank of Charles Town, Guard- mons on the general theme "High mons is the pastor-elect for the inn of Floyd/E. Somets, Infant. ways To Happiness" will be pre- Elk Branch and Halltown Chur- Bank of iCharles Town, Corn- ached by the minister, Carlyle ches Mr. Riddleberger is a mem- mittee of Charles E. Hardy, In. A. McDonald, at the Charles her of the Charles Town Presby- competent~ ~Town Presbyterian Church on tar[an Church. PeoplesTrtmt Co,, Executor of 'Sunday, January = at the 11:00 MUStPay--F-ed Bell B. Snyder, deceased. I A. M. service, In making this Louise .Clendening, Admin- announcement Mr. McDonald era[ istratrix of, Laura D. Rissler, de- stated that everyone wants to be ceased, t happy and there are certain Unemployment Tax John $. Alfriend, Trustee of~ roads that lead to happiness if we Edward A, O'Brien, deceased, will take these roads. He said, Employers who employed four Happiness is something which is or more individuals during some guaranteed by God Himself and portion of at least one day of we have the opportunity to ob. each of 20 or more weeks in 1965 Dorothy Butler, Executrix of Herbert D. Engle, deceased. E. Shirley Macoughtry, Admin- istratrix of 'Trevor Shirley Mac- oughtry; deceased. Bank of CharlesTown, Admin- istrator,:d. ~b. n., of John H. •Park- er, deceased, P. P. I and Thomas W. Steptoe B. Nelson ~ The of Mar- of Louise Moore ed. Frederick O. Byrer, Executor of Mae T. Overeash, deceased. Bank of Charles Town, Execu- tor of George J. Gilgen, deceased Bank of Charles Town, Execu- tor of Maude W. Payne, deceased. Bank of Charles Town, Execu- tor of Paul E. Barges, Sr., de- ceased. Bank of Charles Town, Execu- tain it." must file a return and pay the Church School for all ages will Federal Unemployment Tax. be at 9:45 A. M. under the leader ship of E. P. Smoot, superinten- Mr. Hugh D. Jones, 'District dent. The Women of the Church ,Dii ctor of Internal Revenue in meet on West Virginia, said this return, Form 940, should be filed on John F, the•Presbyterian carters in Atlanta, Ga., will speak to the elders, deacons, ushers and other men of the Charles Town Presby- terian Church on Monday at 7:30 P.M. To Whom If My Concern' Notice is hereby given that Jeff- erson County Community Anten- na Television has requested a franchise from the Corporation of Charles Town to construct and operate a television signal trans- mission system commonly referr- ed to as Community Antenna Tel- evision (CATV) in the City of Charles Town, West Virginia. Permission is specifically re- tor of Amelia M. Hopkins, de- quested to conduct a television ceased, signal transmission system within Mabel Lee Hammond and Vir~' ~l~~~~g~~ the City and to construct or use, ginia M. Whitacre, Administra- trices of' Anna Ruth Miller, de- ceased. Robert L. Noland, Administrat- or of Clara E. Noland, deceased. Robert H. Wilt, Administrator of Raymond C. Wiltshire, deceas- ed. The Old National Bank of Mar- tinsburg, Truste@ of Williams Memorial MethodiSt Church. Donald Fink, Executor Of Will- iam Luther Fink, deceased. F. Dean Nichols, Executor of Lula Maxell, deceased. Given under my hand this 17th day of Jgnuary, .1966: MARK B. WHETZEL Commissioner Of Aecoutns JEFFERSON COUNTY ,Jan. 20-2,t. YOU MAY WIN A NEW DODGE CHARGER! It's easy to enter---Just, register with us for the big "Whi-A. NDENING MOTORS, Inc. E. WASHINGTON STREET PHONE 725-2096 CHARLF TOWN, W. VA. Jml. The annual meeting of Shen- with permission of the owners, andoah Valley, Inc., will be held any utility poles as are now at the Ingles[de Resort, Staunton, erected or may hereafter be erect Va., February 3. Shenandoah Valley, Inc., of which we are a member, is an aggresive organ- ization which seeks the renewal of the Shenandoah Valley spirit of cooperation - working together for our mutual happiness, pro- gress and profit - in the biggest lob S. V. I. has ever undertaken to tell the world about one of America's most attractive areas in the great states of Virginia and West Virginia. ed upon public rights-of-ways within the City and to attach, maintain and operate therein serial cables, and associated ap- paratus for the purpose of dis- tributing Television and FM radio signals in the City. A hear- ing will be had on said applicat- ion before the Council in its chambers in Charles Town on Monday, Feb. 21st, 1966, at 7:30 P.M. Corporation of Charles Town ! by Mayor & Council "As the calendar year drew to Jan. 20-4-t. a cio~, statistics sompfled by the , West Virginia Chamber of Com. ORDER OF PuB'LICATION merce showed the month of No- vember running well ahead of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF November, 1964, with 18 of the JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST state's 22 major economic indi- VIRGINIA caters showing increases. And, FORREST H. BRADLEY, JR. m comparing the first 11 months Plaintiff of 1965 with the same period the v previous year, all 22 of the in- Civil Action No. 787 dicators showed increases, indi- JEANNETTE MOORHOUSE eating that 1965 is ahead of the BRADLEY, Defendant previous year in all economic an infant respects." - West Virginia Bus[- 1. (The object of this suit is tc hess Index. obtain a divorce from the bonds * * * * of ~ matrimony.) At a recent Board Meeting it To' the Above Named Defendant: was suggested that the Jeffer. It appearing by affidavit filed in son County Chamber of Cam- this action that Je~ette Moor- meree might cosponsor with the house Bradley, aninfant is a non Martlnsburg -Berkeley County resident of the State of West Vir- Chamber of Commerce the estab, ginia, it is hereby ordered that Ushing of an Industrial Park to she serve upon Roger J. Perry be Used by both counties. This plaintiff's attorney, whose add- matter was turned over to the ress is 104 W. Congress St., Char Industrial Development Committ- lea Town, West Virginia, an ee for recommendations, answer, including any related The Board voted to have 75 counter claim or defense you may "Welcome" signs printed for the have to the complaint filed in WeSt Virginia Horticultural So. this action on or before February cLety at Shenandoah Downs Feb. 24, 1966. If ydu. fail to do so, 16, 17, 18, 1966. These signs to thereafter judgment, upon proper be placed in the store windows h aring and trial, may be taken of harles Town and Ranson bus- against you for the relief de, iness houses, C. C. Hammann discussed with]mandedl in the complaint. A copy of said complaint can our Board of Directors the need be obtained from the undersign.. for Vocational Training in our ed Clerk at her office. Tri-County area. A s~arvey has al- Entered by the Clerk of said ready been made of the students. Court January 18, 1966. regarding their attitude towards iMARY . L. 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