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Charles Town, West Virginia
February 17, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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February 17, 1966

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m m U. S. Inspected C LIMIT 6 TO A CUSTOMER |b C I C bag $109 50 , bag $199 C Ib 11 P OZ JC P OZ P OZ hC 5ozi YOUR FRIENDLY HOME-OWNED MARKET 1 m I Y 00 Y Y 4-OZ. CAN (1---26-oz. box Morton Salt Free with each Can) " i i 2i 69 G " ,bag 59 Ill 2-1 Ib! 43 4i 37 P OZ CHASE & SANBORN Coffee (2 fl ) 10 oz ! s135 I, J OZ OZ cans $1oo oz cans $ L oz cans $ 00 $ 00 OZ cans oo oz cans $ O0 Are was sent to the county it was' strictly on an emergency loan basis, he decided to go all out to have at least the two large trucks remain in the county and become a part of the local road commission's mobile equipment force. His efforts in this direction finally met with success and Mr, West agreed to permanently as- sign the two huge trucks to the county. These trucks (shown SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1966 Y Judge Gray Silver, Jr.. directed signers of the note for the diff- The annual Heart Fund drive ers are asked to bring money above) valued at $23.000.00 each, a verdict in favor of the plaintiff, erence between the amount of in Jefferson County will officially reports of their canvass to when equipped with V-plows, will Jefferson iotor Company, Inc., the- original note, $1,595, less a get underway Sunday at 2 p. m. General Telenhon nffic greatly aid the snow removal job and against Am|el R. Elliott, the rebate of $106 for unearned in-iwhen volunteer workers begin George" street. Charles'Town, in the county in the future, Riss- defendant, at the conclusion of terest and less the amount of, making their door-to-door canvess time after 1 ler said. They will aid materially I the evidence in the third and last $150 paid by Jefferson Motors I seeking Contributions to promote - .. ..... . - .- James ore county chair ;n avoiding huge snow build-upsljury trial of the current term of on the repurchase, leaving a bal- greater research and more clinic . , .... on county roads, except in ex-lthe Circuit Court here last ance due of $1,340 Summons was into the causes of heart diseases of the rieart arive:, tremly heavy drifting snows And|Thursday. '. [never served on Charles Ray l Mrs. O. S. Bloom, who is ser- l)onaJa mztn, treasurer, ' vmg as pubhczty chairman of the at the office to accept the rel even in these emergencies this l The principal facts in the case Elliott, but'the" father defended l " . . . . ". . .. ' . .. added equipment will make itt the smt on the n t project, stud thzs week all work and me contrmutions possible to get heavily drifted lwere not in material dispute, but " grou d hat theI ......................... . roads open more quickly than in lit was the interpretation to be re-sale had been legally unfair t given to those facts that gave and had not been commercially] gw |rAe J nr 21v2 1 2v,- PrAm|ar W llim the past, Rissler said. I rise to the controversy. Accord- reasonable, and that. therefore { utvm] I nuv . z t ,um,,t ,,amwve..-$ Some 48 hours later the two [ ing to the evidence, Charles Ray i in contemplation of law there had ] .t t | [ Al'h o l-Inm hi0. brand new huge four-wheel-drivelElliott and his father, Am|el R. not been a resale and he owed] |}IV tnurcn extra-heavy duty trucks shown] . J Assem................................. r Elhott, had approached the plain- I the plaintiff nothing On cross ] " J home manufacturers will above, along with a huge snowltiff in May of 1965 and arranged'examination, it was 'established1 The Rev, William P. Reed, pas.]the premier shwing of tl grader and blower, plus a crew]t take over the payments on a that Jefferson Motor Company[t or of Calvary Assembly of God Jl.qC in t of fresh drivers and mechanicS[car the plaintiff had previously lhad advertised the car for sale[Church, located on Fairfax Blvd. J area Sun'da' 'Feb 20ihi'fronll I arrived in the county from Buck. ] sold to a man named Davis. Am|el I for public auction by Jefferson ] and Fifth Ave. in Ranson, ann: [ to 5 00 p m' at the Holiday I t hannon to join the county s dead- ] R. Elliott had co-signed the ] Motor Company; that Jefferson ounces that special services with ] 999 "w i)atriok ~auahi~ It|red Road crews in their snow/$1,595 note given as a part of[Motor Company had purchased|the Rev. Charles F. Etherzdge will| Lane Frederick Ma-'iand I removal battle. ' ]the transaction. When the pur. lthe car at the sale, and was the | continue Thtirsday, Friday andl , , _: . After some 70 men worked a-I , . [ n y , nd that Edgar B./ Y g, ebruary 17, lgl ........ chaser of the car Charles Ray o 1 bidder a Sunda evenin s F Albee will introduce lO ' l round the clock for some eight Elliott defaulted on the payments|Whiting, president of Jefferson| and 20 at 7"30 The Rev Ethe-J aurae ues]gns, wmcn A tribute and special recognit. Harry Weaver, Mr. Allen Glass- [ ing the play which won a prize I days, the battle to dig the county the following month, the plain- | Motor Company, had been the | ridge will also "sneak at ti e Sun [ cenuy compmtea oy their ion was paid to th.e Foster Par- ford, all Foster Parents in the I at the state convention of the [ out from under the deep freeze tiff retook the car and, accord- I auctioneer at the sale, which was [ day Mornin Worshi service I tectural department. This menz working with several West V rgmza Federatmn of / .......... ing to the plaintiff, sold the car { held on the Jefferson Motor Corn- I Tl e schedule of services for Sun: ] wives, have completed the 1 ents in Jefferson County who county; Mrs. Sterling Tenney, l .... and mountains of snow which . ". to Jefferson Motor Company for I pany 10t, in tlae presence of [ day and the following week is: ] home --lans ,ith outstand;ng' care for the some 50 Jefferson vice.president of the Charles lalso ...... read ' l'a 'poem, ......... written c .^lb ] naawon, aqandOUtit smomere was tzme forZZ' waSthe eqmpment and men from Buck. I Jefferson Motor Company. Under[ " g "p at 11:00 M.I ........ County children who for one Town Senior Woman s Club and lMrs Laird B. Marshall and two/ .......... u!t.was tnen.institutea| Whiting and two employees of[ Sunday School at 10:00 A.M. | .... " reason or another were left Mrs. Allen Glassford, also a foster [ ...... nannon to neaa acK tO mezr oy the p aznuzz against both Mornm Worsh] A saving xeamres, ann ]n a w* u. w Sunda Evenl va ot price ranges Tile nomvo . " headquarters . thorn twa iha the, m .., o..ta aed a ir .ha o.m I Services at 730 P M /cmue rancn, coiomai ann u,'? homeless, Sunday afternoon at parent. ] In addztzon to members of the] .... ....... ] these circumstances, the defend-]y "ng E ngelistic| .... .... the Hilleary House in Charles As a special feature of theI xt was tnen tnat t ounty ttoaas ......... ..........., .......................... .............. Town, at a coffee hour sponsored coffee hour, the Harpers Ferry llcal DPA staff and the Foster|Supermtenaent ......... ewzs mssmr county now has five pieces of|mercially reasonable sale was[ Tuesday,ChristAmbassadors] s yies, wnzie tne nomes heavy-duty equipment including I legally impossible as a result of imeet at 7:30 P M. i 3 and 4 bedrooms, Albee by the Charles Town Woman s District Woman s Club provided Parents, others who attended the[ ................ .......... / starte anomer pattie--thiS oatue .... : "c " " of coffee ht,. n. ,,uu ...... a snow grader. This ]s the most]whzch the defendant, Amml R. t ThUrsday, Bzble Study at 7:30l ustomer-des]gn any . ,- Club and the Jefferson County Valentine name tags and door! ;_ .^,,^__ ........... ; being one of persuasmn, w;tn Mr hn, wv;;a~ uvpaxtmv, umm]- ............... " new heavy duty snow removal| Elliott, moved the court to direct P. M. | floor plans to each familY Department of Public Assistance. prizes; and Mr. Bradley Nash of[ - . west Altnougn saza ne strator for D strzct 4, John Yank-]. " ...... equipment the county has had in [ a verdict in favor of the defend- I [ dividual needs and budget. As the above picture shows Harpers Ferry, chairman of the l - new when tne extra eqmpment ee dzstrzct child welfare super- some of the principal figures County Welfare Council, pre-1 v '^r .... Mr- ..... / Jefferson County has been for- the past 25 years. This newspap-[ ant. I tn direct a verdict in its favor | Guests to Albee's Home present for the ,event. They are sented certificates of merit toI tunate in getting these two trucks er joins with Rissler and his[ The plaintiff contendea that l -The court ruled that there was| will be given copies of as shown (left to right).-Mrs. B each Foster Parent for the out-i Rissler said, since only ten of the roan comm iss.ion crew in express-| since Am|el R. Elliott was not no evidence in the case to sug.| Home and Design- ." " ..... .... lng appreclanon to Mr west xor t t lt In aaaluon, Al ee s Laird Marshall, acting county di- standing work they have been ............ I trucks were added to the Equip- . . / he purchaser of the car, but only gest that the re-sale was not com-| . ..... thts added new equipment co sz n or mowe, Tne r ew Dry rector of the County s Depart- doing in this field. . [ merit Division of the State Road a - "g er on the note, he had mercially reasonable, and that/ . . merit of Public Assistance; Mrs. Mrs. Robert Hockensmith, of [[181' ||[ w|n ] Commission this year, and since James Chapman, a mechanic] no standing to inquire into the the sale :was commercially reas-/America" will be snown Richard Forsythe and Mrs. James Shenandoah Junction, a repre- | they were purchased for emerg, with the County Roads Commiss-[ propriety of the sale, and that unable, and that therefore the[ the afternoon. This film A. Tolbert, child welfare workers sentative of the Shepherdstown FROM PAGE 1---A ency use in trouble sp ts any- ion, is shown standing in front[ even if he did inquire int it e court hould direct a verdict furl Alhee customers and their for the Jefferson County DPA, Woman's Club provided enter- Road Commission in Buckhann-[ where in the state s 55 counties, of the new trucks at the State/ sale was commercially reasonable. I the plaintiff in the amount of| and depicts the step b .stet and Mrs. William Itarris, Mrs. tainment for the group by read- on. [ Rissler said with the addition Road shed in Ranson. The plaintiff then asked the court l $1,340.00,, which the court did. I ning and building-of a new