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April 11, 1968     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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7 H rn|d hnm,at that hour. There a consider- rno t pprecia ed award. . I It. Caplan and K. K. ttaI1, Alter- ] SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE u v,u vJuv,~, [able amount of work to be doneOther awards were: A Silver lney General -- ChaunceY]THURSD kY, APRIL 1i, 196~ ~ 3 :: L,J . ~. ~ at the park before the opening on Sword for the fourth time for i Browning, Jr State Auditor ---] " ~ ' ~---" NflrlM1 AMlqlr ||l~q |June 8t.h and Mr. Reininger said out~anding work in Cancer Coil-iDenzil Gainer, Conmaissioner of[ ------- ,-e --,~,* ]that he would appoint and work trol and a Merit Award for the[Agriculture - Gas R. Douglass,] . ~. I-- t%.l L ~1 ] with heads of committees whomost outstanding report on Faro- and Charles n. ,]enkins.~ ~/ltl oe a moratorium on all tm~sI m uu|]~r|# ['|1], [ will be responsible for this action, ily Living and Rel4gion. i Many of the candidates are ex-[ a uri[lg Uatioz,ml Lit.)z'ary Wcek,] .~t~(~~ E. OSBOURN til a few years ago not only been,He said that he was particular Other first place awards won ipected to reach Jefferson[ AP~I~! 21-.i~pru 2~ 2it trees on] ~T5id/~"l ] HIRI:U II | services were held ]afine anti active rider, but she Word was received here Wed:lpleased with the attendance at were in: Public Educat.ion; in l early Wednesday and make a tour[ over(tic OOOKS returnee '.o lhe[ ~ ~i-~ TUOtm~,T,t I 2 p. m in Slmwood [also attended many county fairs nesoay of me neath of Harem| the annual meeting and harmony Land and Water Division; Health i of the local area. ] library during that week will be[ ~~.~ IIll~UUU l Inr | t Shepherdstown, for [ where she exhibited not only rorre~ .usoomle, 75, father of| which prevailed among the stock. Division; Public Affairs Depart- ! -------------- [ excused. So let's get all thoseI ~-~ ~1 UgAMT AI~ | 3sbo-~,~ ao ~ ~)hll I horses which she owned and train ~virs. l~ooert W. Moss of Shep-| holders and directors who are ment; Law Observance and Crime ~ ~,$~ ~,mm, T~ [~,o~erdue books back to the libraryl i(1~--~(~ ,~,~, ~b,~ ] L, who"ritUal' ~2,-;'~"~-J ed, but also horses for other herdstown, which occtLrred Ties-| shouldered wi, th the many re-land an Honor Club Award. i L~31~:| ~UUlI][ /~ I#~,during National Library Week. [~ ~%~-m~mm~l~- ~ '--~' ~ne~':'~"t~ev. V,":'lxlcnara ~:1 w~,v,-.'" day 'rat his e'h me' in Gulfport, ] sDonsibilities. . of operating the Second pl'ace awards were: C~ti'~l . / ~ [ '~ ~ ~Y/-/ ficiated. I Surviwing in addition to her Florida, aft i an extended lll-~ park T, here lea lot of zenship Division, Foreign Policy ~,[n Charles Town Fr|dav READ THE CLASSIF, ED sed was born in Shen Ihusband, is a daughter, Mrs. ne~,~e deceased --.h- ~' ~ [,be rafie~; .a lot of work to be lDivision, In!ernational Affairs, I " / m.~,o,~m,o~o,iDo,mm, o~m~.o~o.~m~o,~m,)~m,o~m~t~m~, ~ion, W ~ I Owen McCormick South George w u ~,~ %.~ none to put me park in reamness I Traoe and Aiu ~ivision, mternat- t ILL J l: !---- / of t~,~ /va.;fu,^ v ~, [ street, Charles Town; and three, asslcm[ea w]m ~an ]for the opening, but if everyone [ Mona,1 Mfa~irs, Youth Conservation [ AJ[~[|IUUII dllU [V~HIII~,P L A Z A EVENINGS - 7:00- 9:00 Ahee', Lm" - urn grandchkldren . I will pull together and show the Dl~lsion d t on D l~ls]o . MATINEE~ FRI & MeN - 2 k O,~bo . for a half century, was born ~n~ I ' n" " I The Eas~er Bunny, sponsored " " " raerl same cooperative spwlt which I Honorable Mentm . Reczeataon Y headmaster of New ttaven, Connecticut. He be-I h~,~, --- ,here *-ni,hi ,-,~'D [ r)i,; ;,m ('~,mmuni~- I,--,-ove- I by the Charles Town Junior Winchester, Ya. SAT. & SUN. 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 HA LWOOD ON ~. ~* - wn Pa em nu o r~ ~u~,~,~ . ( .) Acad Y [ gan hm career at the age of 16 ,~ a :n fine s*-,1 '-" "~'~"* ~nn ~fet, Divis5o- ~he ! Woman s Club, wall be in Charles[ ~,t)er of the FwstJ Funeral services were held on as an office boy w~th the same l I ~1,~. n~,n o, a ;~ ~Town this week-end, Friday after| ~r, m r ~,~,r~ Dr~o~x~v ~mlrch an Monda A ril 9 at 2 m from . ------------- ,~ ~-~, ---~ v-~ vv " . )v~a ~r~z --- [~r, or, z~.~ in Germ-J Y, P,P. ~ company he had been assocmted ~u, ~ ~ l i,~, P.~,r-,e from the We~ Yir noon and evening, and Saturday| , I the Eackles Funeral Home : w~th for so many years. Shortly ~]I~ M[ |0 ~"" [ .; ;~ ~ ~,~, un,td 3:30. lie Will make a quick| ,---~ - . Am = are h~s widow, Mrs.] Harpers Ferry, for Harold Elwoo i after he joined the company he ] stop on Thursday, April 11, to] m~l~l~|$k~#~B~ |~k~[*~' e. Osbourn at the IR bins n, 60 of Mitlville, who,was discovered drawing sketches FROM PAGE ONE I. muzwtmal ~warus - fair:lenaleave dyed eggs, decorated cakes] ~|~6~U~|U~ ~||U~ ' " . ; ~ ~ In ram a ~naries Town titan , a-Samuel Osbourn, of,died Saturday, April 6, m Charles i his talents were recognized and first entered nursing training at ~ ~: . ~ and cookies, decorated and paint-[ Pa.;a daughter, .'~iss [ Town General Hospital following;he was sent to Ar.t School. Follow the Old Charles Town General, ~,ln~ ~w:ne~n ~'h:P r~rvee~ v~Yit~ng ed eggs, felt bunnies, easter egg [ IN TECHNICOLOR -- WlTI-[ s.~trn, at the home[ a long illness. The r~ev. Alfreoiing years of appreticeship, He Hospital, then located on West|for all State Hi-h Schools trees and other decorations for, phia ;and a brother,[ Collins officiated and burial was became famous for the D Intaglio Congress street in Charles Town I . . .~" ". '" . . the Junior Women to sell. These ] Peter Ustinov. Dean Jones. Susanne l'leshette )In-a, of New York ] made in Fairview Cemetery in Engrams which he has produced. After two years there, Mrs. Ham-] Mrs. ~air(l ~arsnall won first items will be on sale April 11, 12I [ Bolivar I His many outstanding works in- mend then went to Glendale, W. I place in Poetry in the Liter~ure and 13 at the Furniture World I --~ [ The deceased was born in ttolli- eluded the famous Canadian Blue Va where she enrolled at .the !~and Drama uzvis!on, Mrs. ~ ~. Store on W. Washington SL ' IA/llklg'l=ll~ Tl~l~' I xr ,v~, ~,~ ~ Bloom won secona lace ior Isest Ii ill , -~RK B. WETZEL [ daysburg, Pa May 30, 1907, a Nose tSamp. H~s views on educat- Reynolds Memorlnl Hospztal Nur- . P ~ Parents are invited to bring ~. ILl ~IIPI~P I serwiees were held| son of the late Russell David and ion and his philsophy on life, led see Training School from which,~lemormt .~er~rice I(!r umo use their children to see the Easter [IVg-I[NI /fll~,~k/Kg,~ t~JLA)r~ nita raorain~ at 11 from" Laura Mabel Lylte Robinson She, his daugMer to found the Richard, she was graduated in 1912 with / an~ r~:. ~. hunter won see.- Bunnv and receive a sucker from Church in Charles I was never married. For years he !i Yorrest School, located new Shep l the highest honors of any mem- on(t paace rmoon zorner ~lem:.s~ him 1"be Junior Women ,viii also ~lrs. Katherine Wvson~ I was employed as an operatingi herdstown ber of her class. For a time she I r mwer arrangement. ]nese lnol~l be on hand to take colored pic- THE FILM THAT DARES TO EXPLAIN , - o ~ . i ouat s awarus were casnawaras. . . Wifeof ,M.~r~ B. [ engineer on construchon ~*worK m ~ tte was a member of Izaak Wal I stayed wrth the hospttal there in tires of children with the bunr~v. I I,VI-I~T ~.--Mt~'IT -- PAI~L2~T~'I C ~N'T Seth Gon~,o ~)roo t Baltimore Md. He was a memberi ton League of Long Island, N. Y. ! n tnnorvi orar oanaaitv h.t her ~ ~ I -~:"~ ~'-7-"~ l of Local 3"7B Operating Engineers Surviving are his wife; Mrs. l-o~e-for"Jeffe"rson"Co"un'tvand "it's ~UlU randldafa Plan Tn,:L a I SEE LIFE BEGIN *,o ulea ~unoay, ! . ' r .- |'l~|J ~Uli~l~UIb~ /IU|I /V rle~ '~ - r. in Baltimore. i Ehzabeth M. Osborne, Gulfport, people .brought her back home Llorary Almouflce$ ,~" ~-~, ~,~ ~,~- ,~, .~ - any tev Allen Bartletetl Surviving are two sisters--Mrs . - and for the next 58 years she ax~t J h a. h ! Church officiated Marie Snare of Tyrone, Pa and neros~own; a s]s .er ~a~ss Lena i followed her profession as a pri- A||ei]0 VLqll01:r{iIK: Ulmllff Mora|or|Hm On Fln~ 1 "T E E N h C E M O T H E R" e in Zion Church" Mrs. Ruth Snowberger, of Cole- Osbourne, of Fairfield, N. Y.; two I vate duty nurse. . / ,~ar,r~- [a'(~;~r'~r r~-'~w ,~D~"(~r ]~x [rado Springs, and five brothers--- g [ In a, ddltlon to her lone, and A~ D~I*~ Tr~r]~ ~nM] 17 ~ - ~- . [ ,~" /41 IllUb~ / /4 III / Was bur- :, She, ! Merl Robinson of Oceola Mills, Pa Friends.wil! be rece!ved at the I faithS'el service in the nursing V uurmg Lmrary WeeK I IN COLOR -- PLUS u^ :" ~:" .: ~ ! Kenneth of Charles Town; Clay- Douglas ~alra runeral tiome in ' field, ~iss Laura, also serven as .~ a.~,o .~,~ / ~ ~ ~ ~.n,~ ,~.- ~n. ~, ~,~,~ w, ,P l~alaVl~ I'][~,]P.~L]~ I In DIDL) DlaJI~ lllUt DI~I~ ~ ~.~. "~" ~ i ton of Harpers Ferry; Clifford of Gulfport from where services will i head of the Health Services at ~ i ]~,;,~ ;a, h,~The Old Charles Town Library] - ~ lilt::: 11. allt~ a~j' V ~ ~'""-"" --"'~" d da " Hernmle Pa and Donald of Saz be held Friday, April 12, at 2 30 announce to y that there will ( ) o o Yysong. Shehas 1 . - . . . Shepherd .College from 1853 rhonored next Wednesday night, ~ !m~ )~m~.( 9m.o~o~o~o ~o~ ~ ~o ve in Farm We- gun, Vietnam. p.m. Bur)al wlllbe} n tlae Will: ,~rough 1957,for w~ch she was April 17, at a dinner to be held II IIIIIIII II III II k, the United Dau ! ---- -- ~ ~ ~o~ltawn memory ~aruens m t~ulz cited by ~he ~ouege ~or outstano a~ the Charles Town Race Course v l,ing leadership and distinguished under the sponsorship of the Jef-DEMOCRAT FOR NEST ENERGETIC EFFICIENT 'm~eracy;amee ttml Churc AIIm I " . . .o ~ --- service. Terson County Democratm ~kSSOCl ~11~ b~ahr/ wfa:h fl tacoste. Horse In addition to being an active ation. S H E R I F F and haa hee~ furl " [member of the Kearneysville The "Candidates Night" festivi- John "Bud" Ott, a lifelong resident of Jefferson shed and- vet- -- -- tK T *--. h* J ] Presbyterian Church, she has t~es get under way at 6 P. lVI. with County, born in Charles Town in July 1928, the having up in-] BE WISE -- ADVERTISE UWIIU[ l[{llllU[ I/i l been an active member of the a social hour to be followed by a son of Elmer A. and Blanche E. Ott. WINCHESTER DRIVE-IN THEATRE Democratic Execu, tive Committee ham and beef dinner. Advance At Fallston (Md.) Home for some 32 years; was long active ticket sales this week indicated "Bud" is the grandson of the late John E, Fritts in Red Cross work in the county; a sharp increasg in enthus.iasm who for many years served as a member and Services were held a~ 9 a. m. was a member of the Tri,C~unty and a crowd of over 300 party President of the County Com't. / Monday in the Lassahn Funeral Health Board for a nt~mber of followers will be in attendance. Hmne in Bat,timore and a requ- )'ears; she was a past-president of Cost per ticket is $3 each or $5 He is a member of the Charles Town Baptist health, I have closed my antique shop in Vienna, Va. iem Mass wit,1 be offered at 10 the Shepherdstown Chapter UDC. per couple. Church and a graduate of Harper's Ferry High the contents to the Lovettsville Game Ass'n. a.m. in St. John's Church, Long past .president and .historian for Representing Guy. Huelett C. School. 287, Lovettsville, Loudoun, Co Virginia, 3 miles Green, for Albert J. Lacoste, 58 the Jefferson County Farm We- Smith Wednesday nig, ht will be man's C ubs; vice,president of the! his administrative assistant, Jack A Veteran of the U. S, Air Force, Administrative Brunswick, Md where I will sell at autcion on: year-old Maryland horse owner and trainer, who died Thursday, Potomac Garden Club; a member Can, field Branch. APRIL 13, 1968 - At 10:00 A.M. Appil 4, a.t his farm home, Rose of the Shepherdstown Woman's All candidates in local, state Hill, at Fallston, Md after a long Club; a ~ormer member of the and national races have been in- Ile is presently engaged in farlning with his father ~: TO-WIT: illness. Burial was made in Bel 4-H Adwisory Commi~ttee, a for- vited, and to date the following in the Alstatd's Crossroads section. FURNITURE, ETC. --- Drop leaf walnut table;Air Memorial Gardens. mer treasurer of the Jefferson nominees, other than those on County Community Center Associ the county ticket, have made re- An active Democrat, having served as past The deceased, a native of New ation; a former member of the servations: President of the Jefferson County Democratic cradle; pine bookcase; pine trunk, refinished; Orleans, started in the horse rac- Jefferson Cour~ty Department of Congress, Second District - Har Association. table; chairs; old doll furniture; clock; newly up- ing game some 40 years ago as a Puq31ic Assistance Council; and ley O. Staggers, Governor - Don- rocker; upright churn lamp; rocker; marble jockey. He later became a trainer during World War II she devoted ald Robertson, Secretary of State table; old stove base; early Sheraton mahogany and owner, with horses stabled many hours to working with the Orel Skeen, Judge, 31st Judicial E L E C T C A P A B L E D E P E N D A B L E mirror; picture frames, etc. Nest of tables; and runmng all over the country, wounded and ill at .the Baker V. District - Kenneth Metz and Van, Pieces not listed, including. Charles Town Race A. Center. ce Sencindiver, Judge of the Su- JOH ]E. "Bud" oTr -Friends for Ott) CIIINA -- Complete china dinner set about 40 years course and Shenandoah Downs. She was married to William B. preme Court of Appeals - Fred He resided a Charles Town a Hammond of Kearneysvflle on early Staffordshire in blue; German, Austrian goodly part of the time since he June 18, 1914 and he died in 1961, Renningston; other pieces. ~ was runr~ing horses at the two They were the parents of three a amber; other colored glass; Carnival; Sandwich; local race tracks. He was also an children two of them still living. Pattern glass pieces; 3-pc. epergne set; cup plates; enthusiastic golfer. Mrs. Halen Benedum, of Harris- Glass and china lamps, electrified; also with shades; ~urviving are his wife, Mrs. burg, Pa. and William W. Ham- FULLY-COOKED e PPer and brass pieces; ornaments; old tinware; Cornelia Lacoste: a son, Albert mend, of Shepherdstown; Also sur ::::i::!::~::::~ cast iron pieces; quilts; and many other itemsLacoste of New Orleans; a sister, vi~ing are five grandchildren; a LEAN SMOKED iiiii',i':ii! ~eked antique shop. Nearly new day bed, complete; Mrs. Emily S~i~, of New Orl- half sister, ,Mrs. Elmer Hoyle of eans, and Pierre Lacoste; of Hyde Gaithersburg, Md.; and two half i ili not listed in this space for full day sale. Md. brothers, Edward White, Silver iii::ili!::::::; morning of sale. Spring, Md and Urner White, C. F. Clearwater, ia buildings; lunch served; seating for sale cust- Keimnger--- Florida. earlF, sale will last all day. FROM PAGE I-A Nicholas-.- Play Acme's Exciting SHANK PORTION BUTT PORTION Not responsible for accidents. Ed~vard Gano and Miss Hazel Q--UE Oden, treasurer. FROM PAGE 1-A ANNE HART ANTI $ In a general discussion as to ity to see through to a successful lb. lb. ANNE K. HART, Owner ,the many aspects of the various completiom One of them he ment. duties of many committees for I toned is the million and one-half A~c SALES SERVICE the year, it was unanimous that duller sewerage system project Whole or Either Half lb. "W~ BOWLUS - Auctioneer the Board impose an 11 o'clock which is now being undertaken "I|A'||~1~| UP $1|$~A~ tANCASTER.RAND, FUtLY-COOKED :,:::-:,:. April 11.1t- curffew at the park during the jointly by Charles Town and Ran- TO SEMI BONELESS HAMS ":'~ season, with all acti~Ry ceasing son. Planning on the project has been about completed and it is IDEAL GRADE "A" FRESH expected that the construction WHOLE phase will begin Sometime this lb. Summer. Mayor Carson will have at least ~:~:~:~:~:~ one opponent in his bid for re- ALL WHITE :ii::ii!iiiii::; election this year, but he said: "I $2sgii!!ii am not afraid of competition. I 2 doz. 95 iiii;i! iiiii have often been challenged for MEDIUM-- 2 doz. 79c S the office in the past 20 years, """" and I have always had the support ALL@RINDS FANCY GRAOE "A"{IO to 12 |bs AVG.) iii!iiiiiiiiiiiii of the People of Charles Town, l-lb. C C and I hope I will have it again ,lb. iii!i!iiiii:!i: ~+:.>' thi,s time. As in the past I will not " tan be out making speeches because Ft~x,me snteNOm t*NCASTee ,e~NO (st,~ ~ONe n~ovem ::iliiii~:!~!ill everyone knows me and my past 25-ft. C t ~!. record and accomplishments as roll " the Mayor of 'Charles Town, and ID|ALSaAND ' Pdtes |ff~:tive ?hru So, AI~tl ]3, 19611 ~n|Dy Right, Reserved it wouldn't do any good to make speeches. But I am, as in the past, " personally asking my friends tOsupporti believeme again."my past administrat- IHI$ COUPON WORIH : 5H0COUPON WORIH~ 6R|| 6R||N i!ii ions have been highly successful SAVE STAMPS STAMPS in promoting and acquiring better IO* ,~,h ~. ~ ~ ~,i~, ,~, ~.~ ~. facilities and services for the "' ~'~'~*" WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR FINANCIAL SUPPORT people of Charles Town. VIRGINIA LEE % "W0man's--- :ANCY FLORIDA ' tED SKI| bowl ur~ti, this 1968 Convel~ion !~ 1~''~--" "" .~1 "I|' i "" ~l ''||' when i~ w~as awarded to Martins- ~V g/ q STAMPS c/ q STAMPS burg. However, the Obarles Town I Club did first place awgrd in ~ m ",*- " Please Mail AH Contributions To: Beau~ii~ica~ion Division in the " C[NT[R CUT,'re Potted Conservation Department, also HAMSUC|$ I [ *heir work in the Pearl Buck k IUS 5-lb. 1 aster Plant Bit~thpl'aee Restoration Beautifi-,bag ,3, ,* ca~i~n Project in pyraminding the ; .fl I o~,c~,~.~, ~ o~e ~~ ~ C tyD $1.00they were extremely actiVe Irlq~lll~ Vi~M ~J[~'"'sc v' ~w e'",~/6R||N l ]HI$ COUPON WORTHI~'~ ~[ " nges ,ozeo49c ,f:erson 0 in em, xri having r~i.sed $204.00 plus the "I,-,-~J--n.--- 6R||N o~iginM do~]'ar percentage wise F0R AR,:H MOCRI $1.70per member. T~leyco1~tri- ;~O~E Nv'PO ' kV'" STAJ'$ ' "[~[~$TA''$ bated $100.00 ,last year w~ich en- E UR & STORE" POLY BAGS l,~a i,~a~ I ~.~ e to the Book, VIRGINIA LEE I "" Chers House, tha was presented PECAN CX|RRY I "UPR[ME co MRS. L. HUYETT, Treasurer to the Charles Town Library. This year they have earned two SNmZ,NS, Ur ORN, RING I !;[ BREAD books which v~]ll be awarded to PEAS, PeAS a CARROTS v~a.w,~,3.~xl a ~ai~21. I$ I~ .~| : Charles Town, W. Va. the .Junior and Senior High Lib- ORSU COTASH O~eCe~W/~t~Ft~k~,O, Im~lm'l~*W~ raries. (Pd. Pol. Adv.) A $200.00 check from the Shell , Oi,1 Company for their work in y~uth education, was one of their