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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY JEFFERSON PUBLISHING (30., INC. 210 North George St. - Charles Town, W. Va. Zip Code 25414 Second Clue Postage Paid At Charles Town Postofllce nAx BROWN, MANAGER -- non amen. NEWS norms National Advertising Representative W AMERICAN NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVES mt AMH'CNW' 3m". lMWOWWO WMBISOD SUBSCRIPTION $5.00 Per rm, Plus 15cts w. Va. Tax For News or Advertising Departments DIAL 725-2046 or 725.2047 Thou-sow, FEBRUARY 27,1969 THE * DAYS Those who pretend to yearn fOr a return of the good old days would quickly discover time had lent enchantinent to a period which had little to offer by comparison With the ‘ old days? Not 20, 30 or 40 years ago. Seventy, perhaps? The good old days of which many love to sing. What was the city like at the turn of the: century? Streets frequently were ankle deep with mull and excre— ment. Rains left pools of odiferous water along the curb, there being little drainage. In dry weather mud was replaced by dust. Single arc lights provided inferior street lighting. Large. sections had no lights. Many streets at night were as present. When were the good dreary as a country lane. Many alleys were lined with the customary Chic Soles architectural masterpieces. Homes were heated by a livmg room stove. And there were everywhere. It is true a dollar would go because it had to. A day’s labor frequently netted only a dollar. Those were thegood old days. Want to go back to them? LOCAL NEWS ITEMS «— MEETINGS IN VJRA‘NSON. FIOyd' Simone 3n rm. Scout Banquet “ The Ranson Cub Scout troop No. 39 held their annual Blue and Gold Banquet at the Wright Denny Annex School Saturday night. , Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Graham of Falls Church were Saturdayvlsit ors of his father Mr. D. S. Grao ham 5th Ave. 2 Mrs. Floyd Simone accompanied Mr. and Mrs. James (Bill) Mason to Martinsburg Tuesday. Mr. Ma— son visited his doctor. Mrs. Sim. ons visited her slate; Mrs. Vir- ginia Isreal while there. Mrs. Albert Newlin announced the birth of her nephew which was born on her birthday Feb 16th. He is the son of Mrs. Keir ncth Plotner and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bond. Mr. and Mrs. Avis Can return ed home Saturday from weeks tour of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corbin of Luray, Vs.raccompani- ed them. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown and family the past week Were,‘ltlr. and Mrs. Roy Chapman of Winchester, Val, Mrs. Dorothy Amati and Elder Larry Boggess of Martingburgfi Rev. Keith Cutli ‘ G. Ruble 0 Pittsburgh, "Pas hill. of Kalltown, Mr. D. . NATIONAL NEWSPAPER mm mm“ NRA SUSTAIN“ flies w» millions of them 5* farther in the good old days, 'AREA w- Phone 7254875 .e, and Mrs. Stanley Zombréo and Mrs. Lillian Custer ofKearneys ville, Mrs. Haflan James, Mrs. Ruth Stevens, Mrs. Violet Ring, Mrs. Dorothy Athey, Mrs. Aim Taylor anders. Wanda Ring and daughter all of Middlcwav, Mrs. Lena Jenkins of. Flowing Spring Acres, Mr. Floyd Simons, Rev. ._ and William Reed and Mrs. Mary Zepp. 35th Anniversary» Co. violations to Mr. and Mrs. ominic Gotta of 14th Ave. on their 25th Wedding Anniver- sary celebrated with party which was givon them at their home‘on Sunda afternoon Feb. 16th. by their ch Idren, with open house. We all wish them many more 218pr years. 1 Fannie of Daughter A' ?lb. 8% oz. daughter was born to and Mrs. Larry Mac- onaughey oi Stiles Trailer Park Saturdayli‘wi. 22nd in the Charles Town General Hospital, she was named Sherry Dee. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simons motored to Stephenson, Va., Sun day evening, their son Robert spent the weekend there with Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Whittington‘ and finally. He returned home with ‘f’ ’2 S Mrs. Fun: ‘ ,. “W2: . (2-7.: 1' , Farm Women v E v Mrs. F, P. Owens, Sn, hostess to the Leetown Home 7' as assistant hostess. Regular preaching service sun- go morning in the Methodist hutch by the assistant pastor, E”. Richard Wood, at 9:45; Sun— day School at, 10:45. ~ Mr. Lawrence Grow was: taken to the Charles Town Hospital was mosses}? motnlnlt Mr. A. R. Delauter has been a Demonstration Club Wednesday patient in 3119313qu 1), Baker- with Mic, Charitie- and Mrs. William Barrio oil-hostess. Hospital“, Mrs. Charles Blue, (villainous- The” Wire “We” mm“ in bung, visited last Sunday with Mr. attendance with two guests. The meeting WQSOMBG with devotions led by Mite. . William Harris. The roll who “called and minutes of them meeting wove, read and trace user’s memo” some. The club "give three dollars to the Band Boosters Club to help with the purchase of their new uniforms. ‘ Committee reports were bound and the moods: ,edioucned for, a most delicious , inner, There new two visitors for dinner, live. Man- ion Blue and third}. 8,. Then the meeting was towed: over to Mrs. Bligh had the loosen ’Tsloovfiovmnssa” « She explained theiiitléteht kind of floor equating cor various » rooms. and showed pictures. and also explained the ways to clean them. v Five tor the Pentecottel been: -fieetvibue ‘ lions erg. ‘ and Marion Blue and chil— drop. I Mr. Roy Four, of Hagerstown, Md,- ywns ga caller Saturday often noon uponbis, mother. Mrs. Mary 8mm. Ew- r Goths elifk list this past week have been Rev. Willard Williams. Mrs. Lyle Pettijohn and Mrs; Ed Dunbar, . Mr, and Mrs. Buddy Upright. «at-Laurel. Md, announced the of a girl, KimberlyKay. IBM. and Mrs. Lyle Em and Kim'vf chillies Town. Wreath cits Sunday evening *upen Mrs. Mew Show burr. (W019! WEEK) r Regina): preaching service Sun- day morning in the Methodist Church by the pastor, Rev. Glenn Stevens at see»: Sunday School in: illl:§§. ‘ , * V I Mr, and Mrs. Lee Lupton and children, Of‘W-hite Post, Va., vise Wonderful Country Western Radio Box 4606, Clearwater, Fla. February 25, 1969 Mr. Max Brown Editor Spirit of Jefferson Advocate Charles Town, W. Va. Dear Mr. Brown: Enclosed please find an article taken from the St. Petersburg Times which weis in the Sunday, Feb. 23, 1969 publication. This struck me with quite a lot of interest as this girl has been the topic in the sports sections in this area for several weeks since the jockeys had been boy- cotting her here in Florida. ’I was real proud to hear that the jockeys in Charles Town, W. Va., my home town, are real American Squares and Gentle- men to accept this girl the way? The Jefferson Jaycees and 1‘, they dld and that She also 031ml" wish to sincerely thank you and red he: first winner in Charles Town, W. Va. r I enjoyed a, very pleasant visit with Bob Lackey and his wife in St. Pete on Sunday. I look forward each week to receiving my copy of The Spirit and reading about my friends back home. Sincerely, Mrs. Helen F. Brengle Harpers Ferxy, W. Va. February 25, 1969 The Editor Spirit of Jefferson Advocate Charles Town, W. Va. Dear Sir: I “The Fantasticks” are just that simply fantastiquel If you didn‘t get to the Charles Town Civ1c Center last weekend to see them. you still have another chance. ' The production was received so well that it will be given again Terrace Apartments in Martins- burg while her husband is in Vietnam. The Bullock children all are sick with flue .Cliff Starlipel‘ Was sick last week with the flu and absent from school. Saturday evening Mrs. C. H. Walker and Mrs. Johnny Winkler and children were supper guests of Mes. Dixie Dunn Ruby at St. James Village, Md. Millard Edwards is improving very slowly in the Charles Town Hospital. Joh‘n Hampton Sugars, of Water— ford, Va., spent Saturday night with her mother, Mrs. John ;_Gardner. ,: W, K T ; Sunbeemi Class of the Met bdist S'und‘aySchool had a meeting Friday night‘at the home of Mrs. Donald Walker. ‘ Callers Sunday upon Mrs. Mary Bruce Fur: were Mrs. Ernest Slusher, J12, Mr’. and Mrs, Lyle Furl: and Kim, of Charles Town. JMrs, Austin Nicodemus Skating Party The Kabletown Sunday School is Sponsoring a skating party Tuesday, March 4, at 7:30 in Bar- ryville Roller Rink. Admission is 75 cents each for members and guests. Elizabeth B. Smith, da of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith, Jr., resumed her studies at'the University of Maryland after spending the weekend at the home of her parents at Silver Spring. , \ Patient in Hospital Mrs. Jay Kearns entered the Charles Town General Hospital on Wednesday and on Saturday underwent surgery. Our best wishes to you, Mae, fugue speedy recovery. ‘ " Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden and son, Elwood, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Breeds-tr and three chil- dren, Cindy, Linda and Johnny, of Benson, were'Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Broaden and son, George, Jr. Birth of Son Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Jenkins announce-the birth of their first child, a son, Richard James, weighingnlne pounds, twelve and one—half ounces, Sunday, Feb. 23, in Charles Town General Hospi~ tal. The mother is the former Miss Judy Jenkins. Mrs. Kelsi: Dillow and two daughters, so and Kathy, of Charles Town, were recently visi» ion; at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Swartz. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Magaba and daughter, Darlene, of Freder- ick, Md., were Sunday evening supper guests at the home oil-Mr. {3nd Mrs. Charles and tem- iy. , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Housden and four children, Bobbie, John'- ny, Cris and Janet Lee, of Arling— ton, Va., were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and . they‘re the greatest! Mrs. Robert Sagers and son, qf lighter , this Friday, Feb. 28 at eight o’clock. The cast consists of young peeple frbm Jefferson County whose talent and enthusiasm would be hard to match anywhere They call themselves “The At- tic Players,” and they truly de- serve an the encouragement we can give them. Don’t miss a chance to see them in Aaction —‘ Sincerely, V Louise Leonard Jefferson J aycees Charles Town, W. Va., 25414 February 20, 1969 Mr. Max Brown, Editor Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate 3 North George Street Charles Town, W. Va., 25414 Dear Mr. Brown: gyour newspaper for the wonder- ful coverage given to us in con- , nection with our recent DSA- IOYE-OYE banquet. The Spirit of Jefferson - Farm- ‘ers Advocate has always been very cooperative and has always ,given Jaycee projects and pic-g ltures top priority, for which we :are very grateful. Without the splendid generosity your news‘ [paper has given us in the past, many of the Jaycee projects and ‘functions would not have been successful. If the Jefferson Jaycees can ever return the favor in any way, please do not hesitate to call on ‘us at any time. Again, many thanks. Sincerely, JEFFERSON JAYCEES Joseph P. Christian, Jr, President W children halve moved to the Kent Rev. Father Cyril Drainer. Inter-l ment in Pleasant View Memory Gardens. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicode mus were among the guests at- tending the Boy Scouts banquet on saturday, Feb. 22, in Charles Town. Mrs. Gene Somers, of Ranson, Mrs. Robert Housden and two children, Cris and Janet, of Ar- lington, Va., were guests on Sat- urday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Dresden and family. ' } Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Sunday visitors at the home the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Pope, of Berryville. Reward D. Boyd Serving on us. Marines Near DeNang o l CPL. HOWARD D. BOYD Corporal Howard D. Boyd, who has. beenu serving with the US. Marines in thils.3 ecologist? zinc?) his stmsnt in, ec. ,, as een to Vietnam for 13 montllgs of do. near the 1);;ng Air ase. an. Boyd, ‘ graduate of Charles Town High School, was attending Shepherd College as a 'sophéoiore on a scholarship which he won as a high school student, as'a computer and fire control operator. Upon enlisting in the U. S. Marines,» Cpl. Boyd took his basic training at Paris Island, S. C.; and then went to Camp Lejuene, NC, for six weeks of additional training. ime there he was sent to Mem- ‘phis, Tenn, where he went to computer- technician school. Upon completion’of this course he went to the Aviation Fire Con trol Technician School. :Then he was, sent to Virginia Beach, Va., to a U. S. Navy school for 10 more weeks of training in arson, then he went to Cherry Point, where he Worked on airplanes and a. computer and fire control operator, the some assignment he is handling in, Vietnam: Gonporal Boyd would like to hear frombis friends in Jeffer- son County and the section and his addiress is: Cpl. Howard D. i l A225,F€PO, San Francisco. Calig Mrs. Mus. Housden, of Shenan— * femia’ doah Junction. ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Barron. Mr. and Mrs Wallace Mills and son. Douglas Lee, of Ramon. ware Sundav guests st the heme of Mr. and Mrs, Roy E. Jenkins. “Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adamo, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams fiat ‘- cht meeting will be ‘chnes- lied sunday with Mrs. Lupton’s {tended the funeral of Mrs. Homer day afternoon. 1?. at the hormone! Miss intensive at 1:30 with Mrs. B. H... ,, ,, parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Grove. ‘ l W. McKee, of Keebueysville, on supper to be served Monday night. V , , Thursdey at St.lAgnes Catholic February 17th to the members of ,‘ j-ect was discuSSed by Mrs. 39b. -, ,‘berger Mrs. Johnny Winkle; and Church in Showierdsmwbv the the South Jettersonnumtan Club ext Cramer, chairman‘ol this pro N , Mrs Marianne SWIM“ Plans were completed for the ’“‘ “°‘ lwere given and stood approved . Chief Alvin V. Kisner Re-Enllsls In Navy Al Antarctica Ceremonies CHIEF ALVIN v. KISNER l McMurdo Station, Antarctica —— (FHTNC) Jan. 30 Navy Senior Chief Aircrew Survival Equip- mentman Alvin V. Kisner, son of Mrs. John F. Kisner of 300 Mil- dred St, and husband of Mrs. Theresa F. Kisner, an of Charles Town, re-enlisted in the U. 8’. Navy during ceremonies at Me Murdo Station, Antarctica. He is assigned to Antarctic De- velopment Squadron Six, which provides logistical support and stransportation for scientists work ; ing in the U. S. Antarctic Re- search Program. A graduate of Charles Town: High School, Senior Chief Kisner entered the service in July 1948. I Sons of the Confederates banquet will be served in May. Mrs. Hug- hes is to see about a room in which to hold a rummage sale; 3 The March meeting will be held at the home of Miss Mar- garet Ware, Charles Town with Mrs. Smallwcod as the leader. There being no further busi- ness the meeting adjourned following the Benediction. Dur- ing the fellowship hour a Valen- tine game was played and refresh ments were served. Mr. and Mrs. James Grey, of near Stanley, Va., spent several days last week with his brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. , Milton Popkins. While here they {visited other relatives of the, acounty. ( B. Frank Hill, Valley Views Farm, is nursing a crippled an-‘ fkle as a result of fall. A small ,boneof the right side of the right 3 ankle was fractured. The member will be placed in a cast. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Mercer and two children, Terri and Jef~ trey. of Selinusgrove, Pa., were callers in the village Saturday afternoon. Clifton, a former res- ident, and his family were visita ing his brother, Philip and fam-5 ily, Martinsburg. Miss Jane Riesler, Charles Town, "visited relatives in the village Saturday afternoon. I We are glad to report that‘ George Rissler is expected to re- turn home in Ran-son Monday af- ter being a surgical patient in, Johns Hopkins Hospital. His; friends hope his convalescence“ l , continues. Mr. C. D. Boyer, Sr., entered 'Memorial Hospital, Winchester, last Wednesday for examinations. Mrs. Joshua Clipp accompanied her granddaughter, Miss Sue EL len Bush, and‘friend, Larry Haw- kins, on Sunday afternoon to Me- morial Hospital to vist her daughter, .Mrs. Arthur Bush, Charles Town, who is a surgical patient there. Mrs. Oral B. Hughes visited her mother, Gilbert Cadwalder, Boyce, Va., who is also a patient in the same institution. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wolford, Martinsburg, were visitors Thurs- day night of their son and daugh- ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolford. On Sunday afternoon her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees, Gerrardstown, Were visi- tors. The Wolfords entertained four- teen members of the N.Y.F. of the Asbury United Methodist Church, Charles Town, at 3, Val- entire party Saturday night. Mervin Roderick is making ex- tensive interior repairs and re— modelingto his home. Mr. and Mrs. Willard N. White, Willow Brook, have been on the sick list. We hope their recov- ery will soon be complete. Charles Town lUnior Women See Film 0!! Education System , Members of the Charles Town Junior Woman’s Club met at the Hillary House on Feb. 17 at 8:00 o’clock for their monthly bus. ; iness meeting. .1 Mrs. James Watson was in charge of the program and she introduced Mr. Richard Adams who shmved a film entitled “De- sign 6 The film was about our education system in our school today and how in ten years how we hope to improve it. After the film Mrs. Watson passed out literature to all those present and a brief uuostion and answer period followed. After the program the regular meeting was called to order by Mrs. James Gore, The Lord’s, ject. She had on display a few articles which the girls all agreed to make to help to make this project a big success. “Project Concern” cussed by Mrs. Frank Smith, chairman of this project. Each girl was asked to give some art- icle of baby clothing and all of this pvill be put together to make layet‘tes for the under-privileged children of Tennessee. Also sheets were collected to make bandages for the hospital. Mrs. Robert Cramer also gave a brief report on her attendance to the weekly Chamber of Com- merce meeting. She encouraged each girl to at- tend at least one of these meet- ings. The meeting was adjourned and refreshments were served by the hostess committee. Dougie: Perks Named Fralemiiy President Lambda Omicron Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, National Serv ice Fraternity at West Virginia , University announces that Mr. P. Douglas Perks, Secondary Educth ion Junior, has been elected'to serve as President for the Spring semester, 1969. Mr. Perks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Perks Jr. of Charles Town, has been an active mem- ber of Alpha Phi Omega since February 1968, and since that time has served as Program Cou- ncil Chairman and as a voting delegate at Apha Phi Omega’s Nationa1 Convention in Decem- ber 1968. Alpha Phi Omega has as its sole purpose service to fellow man. On Campus this theme is carried out through a number of projects including a Used Book Exchange, providing for guided tours of the W. V. U. Campus, serving as Ushers at University Cultural events, and acting as representatives for the Peace Corps on Campus. This semester 3 new project, the Medical Self- Help Program, was added to the agenda. Community service pro- jects include sponsoring a “Food For-theNeedy,” Drive in Morgan town, setting up the American Red Cross Bloodmobile, work ses sions at the local Boy Scout camp soliciting for the Cancer Fund Drive and assisting in the Biat— Itan Relief program. 24.88 70% WOOL 6.00 Value ‘ BU'Y Prayer. pledge to the Flag and g the club pledge were repeated. A treasurers report followed and the minutes of the last meeting asread. The up and coming Easter pro- NOW AND SAVE was dis— ‘ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON mum-en’s ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, -. Mrs. zard Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spiller and three children of Baltimore, Md. drove up Monday evening and were guests with her mother, Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and family. Death of Mrs. Grove Funeral services was held on Saturday Feb. 22 for Mrs. Annie Grove age 76 years old who death occurred on Wednesday at the home of her daughter Mrs. Hilda Piper. Mrs. Grove had been in for a long time. She was a good neigh bor and friend and will be great- ly missed by all. The service was conducted by the pastor, Rev. Robert Woodward of the Shennan dale Methodist Charge. Burial was in the adjoining cemetery. She leaves her husband, Charles Grove; five daughters, Vanesia and Beatrice Everhart, Hilda Piper, Thelma Cogle, Mary Longer beam, one brother Joe Wilt of Ranson, three sisters, Maggie Mowley, Ellie Jenkins, Martins- burg, Lena Pearson, Mannings, Georgia Brackett, Virginia; 22 grandchildren 12, greatchildren, several nieces and nephews. Mr .and Mrs. Chester Billman and children of Carlisle Penna; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Staubs and children of Baltimore, Md., were recent guests with their mother, Mrs. Leona Staubs and grandson Tommy. Jeffrey Lake of Blue Ridge Acres, spent Saturday night with Tommy Staubs and his grand- mother Mrs. Leona Stawbs. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bagent and children of, Ranson were visit cm with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cook of Washington were weekend guests with his mother Mrs. Elsie cook and family. Mr. and Mrs. Douglass Cook and baby of Brunswick, Md. were guests with his mother Mrs. Elsie Cook and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brackett of Virginia, Mrs. Lena Pearson and daughter of Mannings. Mrs. Maggie ‘Mowley of Martinsburg was a visitor on Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Thurmon Piper and family. If You Are Looking For "ll New RUG or CARPET leggett In Charles Town Is The PW, To Shop Right Now . ‘ CARPETS—J’XIZ' 100% POLYRORYLENE OLEFIN PILE INDOOR OUTDOOR RUGS ASSORTED TWEEDS Reg. 29.99 BRAIDED Rucs 9'x12'..............Ileg.49.99 Now. 6'x9'.................Reg.24.99 now_ .42"xw'..............Reg.io.99 now. '30"x54" 6.99 Now. 22"x42".........._...‘Beg. 3.99 Now. OVAL , West Virginia, before CARPEls—l'xll' ASSORTED ’ 1 SOLIDS .TWEEDS LARGE SELECTION 1969 Word received hen by of the death of Mrs. E Ridgeway of Brunswick. was the daughter of . Rosie Everhart and the Bell also of Brunswick. Funeral services Were Tuesday in Brunswick. _, has several cousins here Grove and in Charles T Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sta visitors with her parents, Mrs, GlendomDemory in Brunswick, Md. Mr. William Grove anti of Baltimore, Md.; Mrs- Winters and family of B Md, Mr. and Mrs. Gullfora ins and family; Mrs. M ley of Martinsburg, Ml: Joe Wilt,’ Mr. Jock Wilt son attended the funerld Annie Grove on Saturday' l WORLD DAY OF PM FRIDAY, MARCH World Day of Prayer will be held at Zion Church in Charles Town day, March 7th at 2 P- :3 one is invited and urg tend. NOTICE Notice is hereby W General Telephone. ' V the Southeast has filed Public Service Co. ‘ West Virginia certain its General Exchange C. W. Va. No. as .f0 tion 17, First Reviswn covers new service 0_ . cut-off switch and .D13‘ set Telephone; Section Revision Sheets 4 and tinue type 47 and 8b. and Section 35, orgmfil offers new Model M-R I also Local Exchange lst Revision Sheet 3 boundary line in Athens The aforesaid tariff issued January 1 and 15' become effective Fe? 1969. Anyone affectegd information or to pro. or contact the company Service Commission. 1969. i GENERAL TELEPH. , PANY OF THE SO Feb. 20-24. Reg. 39.99 34.88 MISC. FIBERS CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.‘