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/ OF JEFFERSON Af)VOCATE 8---A THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1959 Perry Reports From Page One ~rlnk Lax Which was imposed at Past session of the I.~giMa~ture, ~Pdch put the tax on chocolate ~Wders and other ingredients ~ed at home. ~ ~.~.l! another which proposes to &b0ilsh capl.tal punishment. ,. A bill which would stiffen ,penal ~S .for parents whose children en ~i~ in vandaUsm. :~tte which would impose a so- ~led Severance Tax, or, in other ~rcts, have producers of natural ~ources such as coal and oil and ~, Day a certain ~mount per btc. on all they produced. :~O'other which would require '~U~ty Clerks to issue auto licen, tags instead of having ,them all t~ffed at Charleston. ~A sena,te bin would require that ~% of employees at all West V~r ~ia racetracks be residents of ~e state. ~Anoi~her Senate bill would tight r Up on drivers exceeding the I~$teed llml. A new section in this ,la~ would allow the Court in it's ~cretlon to suspend the opera- ~s licenses for sixty days if con- vAgted of violating the road lairs. '~In the opposite ~rection is a f~enate bt,ll which would give the l~ad Commissioner and local au- t/~ritAes power to see minimum speed tirol,is under certain condi- for these, I have a limited num, ber which I can add to my list. I am forutnate enough to be ser ring on /;he Rules Commi,ttee which is considered the most, ira- povtant of all the commitee ap- pointments. Also I am on commit :tees on Roads, Railroads, Military Affa, irs and Redistricting. Legislative matters will gather speed by ne)ct week, at which time I I will have more to report. W. P. C. Perry Winner Of FROM PAGE 1 pit in June of 1957, was selected f,rom a list of seven nominees. Or, hers nominated were: t'he Rev. Stanley F. Hau~r, rector of Zion Episcopal Church; Richard Har- mison, coach of Charles Town High School; Norman Kisner, as state vice-president of the West Virginia Junior Chamber of Corn merce and a past president of 'the Jefferson County Jaycees; Guy Tucker, president of the Jaycees; Ed Heckman, past president of the Jefferson County Chamber of Com merce and Kiwanis Club; A'I Hoop er, an active member of the Jay- cees. Selection of the winner was made by a committee of W. P. C. Perry, Gilbert Perry of Harpers Ferry, Glenn Specht, Atorney Fred Byrer and Max Derr Vhe lat- ter of Shepherdstown. l~ns. This promises to bring out Since coming to Jefferson Coun 6~me interesting discussions in tv the Rev Mr Neal has in addit ~arnmi~ee and on Vhe floor l.f it '" ." " ' ..... ion to doing an outstanding job ~us ~nat zar ,. " ........ ":" ..__, Im promoting the development of ~u~ ~r~..m~y rma~.,._, . . [growth of ,the Ranson Lutheran ~rflere Will De aQaltional legis-I~h..,~ .....~-..--~ - r~..~. ,r>....a. I~ Centenmal Commission, whic,h Ior~an""[ze'~ %qs-se~ved f"or the-'~as~ t~ geb~ng under way even thoush l tw~"~rs'as nresi,~-,,,t',~ .~ee.$~,,. t~ our years yet before he cel [~,~,,ntv' M'ent,ul I-T~It.~h ,~if~t.v ~.. o,, .~ ~.~ ,eia. Tm wh'.0e[has developed u wide program of q~e a well organizes anair: w~n ~ literature and promotional matter egcn counw taking pare ann witn I stressing Religion in American mt~cah historical pageantry all over Life; last Summer he taught a he state. As a side llgl~ it will be v~y interesting to many of us o e~mpare sentiment in Jefferson C@~unty now with bha.t of a hun- d~ years ag~ as to which state We would ra/~her be in- Virginia ~ ~,West Virginia. ~timent On Taxes atterf~pting .to sound out var- leaders down here, I have ttm.t the ser~timent seems to general tha.t addiMo~l Should be held to the , minimum cotrsistent wi,th ne- and I h~ve not discussion of any pos new revenue sources. The o- seems to be pretty general counties should help ,them all possible before any ad- help is given at the ~t~vte Along these lines I think ~here @tI be a real effort made to~-bring up to da~e the several tax studies ~t~hich have been made in recent Years witch the idea of a possible revision of our w~hole ~x structure ~l~i'bly bwo years ~rom now, but ghls is just Calking stage a.t tills time, IueAden~lly, I em l~ving our ~i~ily JournMs. which relate hap- ~enings in House and Senate everY day, melled to t~e Coun,ty Com~, and i~heT will no doubt make them ~va~l~,IMe o anyone desiring to see era. If anyone would l~ke to have ~ae place them on ~he mailing list swimming instruction class for the Jefferson County Red Cross Chapter at Jefferson County Mem orlal Park pool; and he has been serving 'as stand-by chaplain for the Baker V. A. Center Hospital. He is married and only a few short weeks ago became ,the father of a baby boy. Vernard Gale Berry Died Tue lay at Noon Vernard Gale Berry, Colored in font of Eagle Avenue, Charles Town, died Tuesday at noon at his home. He was born Sept. 15, 1958, a son of Lewis and Mary Gary Berry. Surviving are his parents, elgh.t sisters and t~hree brothers, all at home. They are: Stella, Sar oh, Emma Josephine, Corn, Doris, Harla. Vernette, Lewis, James and Carl. His m,xternal grandparents, Mr .and Mrs. Hampton Gray also survive. Funeral services were held a~ the Smi.th & C:~trider Funeral Home this afternoon (Thursday) at 2 p. m: t~riflucted by Che Rev. Alice Black. In, cement was m Feirview Cemetery. Mrs. Mary West of Greencastle. Pa. spent last week wi;th her bro- ~ter-in-l~w and sister Mr. ~'nd Mrs. William Henre~a. 1934 25th. ANNIVERSARY 1959 HENANDOAH PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION A FARMERS' LOAN COOPERATIVE Organized January 31, 1934, To Make Available Production and Operating Loans to Farmers. JULIAN A. EVERLY Secretary - Treasurer Winchester, MO. 2-5751 R. S. BALENGER Director Bunker Hill, W. Va. W. W. HAMMOND, Asst. Sec.-Treas. Shepherdstown 4441 , |1 II I II I I I II 1 As Administrator of the late Mrs. Ellen M. Dittmeyer's Estate, we will sell at Pubuie Sale the Following Articles, lo~tcd on Gilbert and Washington Streets in Bolivar, W. Vs., on SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A, M. SHARP. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. Double Brass Bed with Springs and Mattress; Mihogany Chest of Drawers and Dresser to match with Mirror; Card- board Wardrobe, Stieff Piano and 2 Stools, in A-I shape; Cedar ~hest, Buffet, Library Table, Leather Hassock, Knights of Columbus Sword, Oak Extension Table and 6 Chairs; 8tralgh~ Rack and Rocking Chairs; Album of Records, Record Player and Radio Combine in Cabinet; Singer Sewing M~- ehine, Underwood Typewriter and Stand: Small General Elec- tric Refrigerator; O. K. Electrie Vacuum Cleaner, Hand Carpet Sweeper, Electric waffle Iron, Toa~ter and Fryer: 17-Inch Zenith Television with Ariel. new; R~io, Hanging Lamp, Table and Floor Lights; Large Electric Floor Fan, Coal Stove, Duoth~em Oil Burner, 2-Burner Oil Stove, 1-Burner Oil Stove, Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet, Kitchen Utensils, Pots and Pans; China and Glassware; Some Cut ~lass, Blankets and 3 Pillows; Toilet Sets, Steamer Trunk, 2 Suit Cases, Leather Brief Cases, Hat Box, 9 x 12 Crex Rug, Lot of Books and Book Rack; Pictures and Picture Frames; Writing Desk and Table; 2 Damask Linen Table Clotlm and Napkins to match~, Table Linen, 2 Clothes Trees. Bathroom Scales. Ironing Board, 2 Metal Strong Boxes, Metal Table and Chairs; 2 50-gallon Oil Drums and Oil with spigots; Oil Cans, Tubs, Step Lad- der, 4 Metal Lawn Ch~tirs, and Lots of Articles that are not mentioned. TERMS : --~SH. BANK OF CHARLES TOWN, ADMINISTRATOR. K. K. CAVALIER. Auctioneer. C. W. MOORE. Clerk. January 22 and 29-2t. Every Day is Da Here. When You Shop Here 1 You re Sure to lfli+ On Your Food Budget the end of the Week, Month a Year... TRY IT '! ! ys Your Gr, Your Car FREE of to Wait on You All of PHONE 159 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. S| ib MORTON'S FAMILY SIZE PIES . 2 z. Pie 49c' Cherry- Peach - Coconut MORTON'S PARKERHOUSE ROLLS . - 3 cello bags $1.00 POLAR SLICED STRAWBERRIES . . 4 lO-oz, pkgs. 89c DINNER READY SLICED TURKEY. BLUE STAR CHICKEN-- TURKEY PIES - 5 8-oz. pkgs. 99c # 'CROSSE & BLACKWELL ORANGE JUICE . . - 3 6-oz. cans 69c CAMPBELL'S FROZEN OLD FASHIONED VEG. SOUP-]OV4-oz. can 39c 1 can lO / -oz. FREE DRESSED WHITING - . - lO-Ib, box 9.79 5-oz. pkg. 39c MAXWELL HOUSE ) INSTANT COFFEE, Reg. $1.23 } Big 6oz. Jar NESCAFE ) INSTANT COFFEE } 99c (Limit 2 to a Customer) f C R I S C 0--5c OFF - . 3-lb. can 84c F L U F F 0--8c Off - - 3-lb. can 81c BAKE RITE .... 3 lb. con 79c ,S S K 0 .... 3 lb. can 69c SHEN. VALLEY PURE LARD. 3-lb. can 9c HORMEL SPAM .... 12 oz. can 49c SUNSHINE ICqlSPY CRACKERS. 14b. box 27c KEEBLER'S SLIM CRACKERS - l-lb. box 27c PREMIUM SALTINES - - 1-1b. box 27c LIBBYS PINEAPLE JUICE 2 46-oz. cans S9c LIBBYS BEEF STEW . - 24-oz. can 49c LIBBYS TOMATO JUICE 4 46-oz. cans $1.00 LIBBYS GOLDEN CORN . 2 17-oz. cans 37c BIG TOP MILK GLASS PEANUT BUTTER 9V2-oI. jar 49c STA FLO LIQUID STARCH - -j V -ga. jar 37c KING VERSoTAL .... qt. bottle 45c SUPEI] SUDS--IOc OFF - . large box 25c / 3 KITTEN CAT FOOD - 3 16-oz. cans 40c