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[ ii ) ® m A Bank-Full Of Friendly Smiles ® Jesse Jenkins. Following the speaking quest- -ions were solicited from the floor and a spirited discussion followed Provoking the most discussion were questions from the floor on the issue of strip mining and a question provoked by a statement from Morrow that he would fight for legislation to permit County Courts, in counties where race tracks are located, to levy a daib; license tax on the tracks with the funds to be used for local "pur- poses. KEARNEYSVILLE esting talk. • The choirs this week will meet at their regular times except the Church Choir which will rehearse at 7:30 P. M. on Wednesday even ing. Mrs. John Dully New President Count/ Cancer Mr. John Cooper, Field Direct- or for the American Cancer Soci- ety in thirteen West Virginia MRS. WALLACE WELSH counties, has announced the ap- pointment of Mrs. John Duffy '":':':"-"-":":'' as president of the Jefferson Founders Day Banquet' ,- ' The community is invited to at- tend Monday evening, April 17, the North Jefferson PTA Found- ers Day Banquet at 6:00 P. M. Each family is asked to bring a covered dish. The turkey, drink and dessert will be furnished. The meeting will start at 7:30 P. M., where there will be awards presented to three new life time members of the PTA. Those hon- ored are Mrs. Margaret Banks, Shepherdstown, Mrs. Ida Ferrell, Shenandoah Junction and Mrs. Glen Hoffman, Leetown. Wednesday callers of Mrs. Tyler Brown were her sister Mrs. Paul Lizer, Mrs. Blance Grimes and Mrs. Nellie Bowers, Hagers- town. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Judy, dau ghter Tgnia, motored to Harrison- burg, Va. on Sunday to visit Mr. Judys sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Willis Crites and his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Judy• The Edgewood Homemakers will meet Wednesday night April 12, 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Virgil Maphis, Shenandoah Junct- ion. Mrs. Ike McDonald is a patient in Kings Daughters Hospital, room 315. We wish her a speedy BANK OF CHARLES TOWN ! recovery. Mrs. Hilda Burhman accompanl ed her daughter and son-in-law CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA 25414 I Mr. and Mrs. Jaye Kanagy, Way- nesboro, Pa,, to visit her other Where Banking Is A pleasure/ 111 E. WASHINGTON STREET WITH TRUST DEPARTMENT NO SERVICE CHARGE -NO MINIMUM BALANCE ill in Hagerstown, Md. . Mrs. Mary Sine of Florida is spending some time with her on and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Propst and family 7th Ave. while her husband Mr. Sine is a patient in the Winchester Memor- ial Hospital. Sgt. and Mrs. William Monroe and daughter of Aberdeen Md., Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Frye and fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs. George Pifer and daughter of Middleway were recent visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norval Field and family. • We are glad to know Mr. Harry Russell is much improved at his home. There will be a Revival at Tri- nity Gospel Church on South George St. Ranson starting on April 25th by Evangelist Clara Peters. Rev. Robert HeLm is the pastor. The ptddic is cordially in- vited. past week at the Mrs. Lee Brown Mrs. Leonard H. of New York, Paul Stafford Sr. Oregon, Rev. Roby and sons Chapman all of Mr. and Mrs. of Mid- Jones of Mar pantnd Mrs. Frank ma Wiley, Mr. Lanham and son and Mrs. Dora Lee Brown called of Leetown Mrs. Ann Kent is quite NOTICE TO COUNTY TAXPAY00S HAVE BECOME DELINQUFJqT 3P 50c PER ITEM UNTIL PUBLISHED ITEM AFTER PUBLISHED PLUS AND EMBARRASSMENT BY PAY- NOW. - IL F.. MORF2AND Sheriff of Jefferson County, W. Va. Apr. 6-2t,- Used Cars , CHEVROLET IMPALA. CONVERTIBLE £ADIIJAC SEDAN IhVlLLE PONTIAC CATALINA 4.DOOR CHEVROLET CtlEVELLE COUPE ELDORADO COUPE Each depmitor ;red to $0.0 Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. IAllian Custer of Sager's Apart- ments, S. Mildred St.,  Ranson were Mr. and Mrs. George Kerns and family o Hedgesville, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Custer and dau ghter of Kearneysville, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Custer of Shepherds- town, Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Cus- ter and daughter of Jefferson Terrace. "ifmtorkal Jefferson County" History Of County, Now daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Weems, Greenville, Tenn. While there they attended the auto races held in Bristol, Tenn. Sympathy goes to the Roy Put- man family on the death of his stepfather Russell Andrews, Ft. Royal, Va. Johnny Shiflett has returned home after a two week stay in Kings Daughters Hospital where he underwent surgery• Sunday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. George Hilliard "were Mr. and Mrs. William Johnston, family, Engle. Miss Ginger Creamer, Chevy Chase, Md., and her niece Sara Beth Wilson Alexandria Va. were houseguests this weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Creamer• Callers Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitmore vere Mr. and Mrs. Harry Malone, Cleark Brook, Va. Steve Wilt, Harpers Ferry, was a weekend guest of Mrs. Ethel Cox, daughter Pamela, and Sun- day visitors of the Cox's were Mr. and Mrs. William Miller, James, Bakerton, Mrs. Fannie Custer, Louis Upright and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilt all of Harp- ers Ferry. Callers later in the evening were Mrs. Betty Hall, sons Dougie and Terry, Mrs. Edith Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Huyett Grove, family were Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Padgett, Shenandoah Junction• Sunday callers of Mrs. Myd Thompson were members of her immediate family, Mr. and Mrs Calvin Thompson, family, Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson. Rop Putman was honored Sun- day with a dinner to celebrate his birthday at the home of his dau- ghter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs Willie Tabler. The traditional cake and ice cream was served later in the evening• Also present were Mrs. Putman, Cheri Tabler Mr. and Mrs. Buckey Stoliphe, Debbie, Martinsburg. Sunday worship will be as usual at the United Church of Christ, at 9:30 A. M. with Rev. Bronson Staley officiating• Sunday school follows at 10:30 A. M. The public is welcome to attend. CHRIST APPEARS TO TWO MEN SERMON FOR BAPTIST "Christ Appears To Two Men Going To Emmaus" will be the sermon at Charles Town Baptist Church Sunday morning at the eleven o'clock service. This is the sermon in a series on the post resurrection appearances of Jesus The sermon topic fo the six o'clock vesper service will be, "I Hell a Reality?". The Church Choir will sing at the morning service and both the Junior Choir and the Chapel Coir will be singing at the even ihg vesper hour. Bible study for all ages is off- ered at 9:45 A. M. each Sunday. The nursery is open for children three years and under at the Sun day School and morning worship hours. Activities of the week include the Women's Missionary Union general monthly meeting on Men day night at 7:30 P. M. On Thurs day evening at 6:30 P. M. the Acteens, Girls missionary society of the Baptist Church, will host the Shenandoah Association Act- eens at a banquet at the church. At 7:30 P. M. Dr. and Mrs. Albert Bagby, Emeritus Southern Bap- tist Missionaries to Brazil will speak to the group. All church members are invited to this inter _A_ "Historic Jefferson County", the latest and only complete his- tory of Jefferson County, is off the presses and now available to the public at $16.50 per copy• The book, written by Millard K. Bushong of Jefferson County, contains 604 pages, a complete index and some 62 different photo graphs, maps, and other illustrat- ions. The paper cover on the book shows an over-all scenic view of the historic Harpers Ferry gap. The book is dedicated to the three daughters of Dr. and Mrs. Bushong - Betty, Anne and Lee. The book comprises 19 dif- ferent chapters beginning with the natural features of the county then proceeding into the early days, the revolution and on thro- ugh to the chapter on the county', development and growth in rO cent years. The book is now available at the offices of Charles Town At- torney Lee Bushong and they may also be purchased from Mrs. Betty Potter, a daughter. Candidates eve.Views To Democratic Women The Jefferson County Demo- cratic Womens Club, at its regu- lar monthly meeting at the Court House on March 27, presented the five Democratic candidates for the nomination for the House of Delegates on opportunity to present their views. The group first hearfl a report from the mcumbent Jefferson County Delegate, Roger J. Perry, who gave an account of what happened at the recent session of the legislature. Then Perry, who is not a candidate for re-election, introduced each of the five Dem- ocratic candidates who seek to succeed him. Each of the candidates then spoke briefly to the group. Speak ing, in order of heir seating at the speaker's rostrum, were Silas F. Starry, Henry W. Morrow, Jr., Jame M- 0!er, t0y Stroups, and MOTORS, Inc. Moler Ave. - Martinsburg, W. Va. Your Authorized " Cadillac & G. M. C. Truck Dealers SRVICE - COMPLETE BODY WORK W. Va. Inspection Station) i!i: i  County unit of the Society and Crusade Chairman for 1972. Mrs. Duffy succeeds Mrs. O. S. Bloom, who is retiring from the position after many years of dedicated service. Other officers are; Mr. Harold H. (Chuck) Kisner, Vice President; Mrs. William K. Roth Secretary; Mrs. Sterling Tenney young men and women, and child ren. Lt/theran Youth meet at the parsonage at 6:45 p. m. to attend a program at Shepherd College. Lutheran Church Women will i have a covered dish supper at ;6:15 p. m. on Wednesday follow- i ed by a mission study program. ',Choir rehearsal on Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Children's choir prac- tice on Friday at 4:00 p. m. Con- firmation class meets on Satur- day at 11:00 a. m. SUNDAY SERVICES FOR LEETOWN CHURCH The Rev. Joe Lewis, pastor, ann ounced Monday the fllowing schedule of services for Sunday and forthcoming events at the Leetown Church of the Brethren. April 16 .- Sunday School 10:00 A. M.; Worship - 11:15 A. M.; The "Gospel Wonders", a family group from the Harmony Church of the Brethren will present our Wor- ship in sacred hymns and test- omony. April 17 - Bible Study and Pray Treasurer and Memorials Chair- er meeting 7:30. man; Mr. Dan Cirio - Publicity; April 20 - Joint Pastoral Board Dr. Michael JosephsUublic Edu meeting with Mt. View at 7:00 catiop; Mrs. Iward .cDonald S¢f'vfee Ciitt?  "" " Other memhes of the ,Doard of Directors, !in iadd{[ion tShe iarl, dommittee  h!rmen are: , lVIrs, Robert ,-Iavitt; 's. Because of the rt-0"rgamzation, the kick-off for the 1972 Crusade Again§t ,,Caqo " .wi lrdA untill all'volunteer workers have been contacted. The annual fund raising drive will get underway during the month of April. The goal for Jefferson County is $3,500 dollars. WOMEN OF MOOSE PLAN PONY RIDES APRIL 16 CHARLES TOWN RACE TRACK Members of the Charles Town Chapter Women of the Moose will sponsor and sell tickets for ony rides Sunday, April 16, at the Charles Town Race track fiel on U. S. Route 340, East of Charles Town. Rides will be off- ered from 12 noon until 4 p. m. And children may have their pic- tures taken on pony or with their favorite pockey. Refreshments will also be sold. In case of bad weather, the project will be held April 30. William G. 6avin Has 01d Rectory, Civil War Musuem In Harpers Ferry William G. )Gavin, well known local Curator, has opened the old Reotory and Civil War Museum at Harpers Ferry with an outstand- ing display of civil war relics, arms and equipment from over 50 Civil War sites. The museum is located directly behind St. Peters Church in the heart of the his- toric area and on the way to Jeff- erson Rock• Mr. Gavin extends a most cordial invitation to every one to visit the Museum and assu res all that it will prove to be most interesting• Miss Minnie Tack, China Missionary To Speak At ; Luthmn Church Sunday Miss Minnie Tack. o missionary who served on the mainland of China and in Hong Kong, will be tr peker at th 8:0 nd 11 a. m. service Sunday morning, April 16, at St. Thomas Lutheran Church in Ranson, it ,,as announc ed by the Rev. Richard E. Neal, pastor. A nursery will be held during worship for pre-school children. Sunday Church School classes at 9:45 . . '-" ',¢o' Before you move in know the facts about insurance Fact 1: Fire insurance alone on home and contents is not enough. Your home could be destroyed by windstorm, explosion or other hazard. Fact 2:-Theft coverage of Your possessions, at home and away, should be included. Fact 3: A lawsuit judgment against you could cost YOu everything you own. You need liability insurance. Fact 4: You get all this and more in one Homeowners policy...with on© low premium*. PHONE 725-2211 P.M. Our congregation stands ready to be of service wherever we can. Feel free to contact the Pastor. Telephone 229-5743. Airman Frank Russell Serving On USS IncNn USS INCHON - Navy Airman Frank M. Russell, son of Mrs. Eugene M. Russell of Shepherds- town, W. Va. has returned to homeport at Norfolk, Va., after six months in the Mediterranean aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Inchon. His ship carried out amphib- ious training exercises with our NATO allies, and visited Spain, Greence, Italy, andFrance. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE APRIL 13, 1972 C---5 SUBSCRIBE TO THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE The Rising Cost Of Law Enforcemenf Many people are opposed to having more law enforcement officers in Jefferson County. They argue that if more Deputy Sheriffs are hired, their taxes will go up. In- creased property taxes are particularly hard on older people living on Social Security or a pension. If the crime rate continues to climb, even if no more officers are hired, we will all pay more . . . our theft and homeowners insur- ance policies will cost more . . . just about everything we buy will cost more. In stores this is particularlY- true. If shoplifting losses are 3%, you are.charged 3% more for what you buy with your haPd-earned dollars. If shopliftiflg losses are 10% or 15%, you will be charged that much more. If more autos are stolen, your theft insurance will increase. If more hub caps are stolen and windows broken, your vandal- ism insurance will go up. The most sensible thing is to have adequate law enforcement.., it is cheaper and is a way to keep Jefferson County a good place to live. You should also remember that adequate law enforcement depends on your Prosecuting Attorney . . . if he doesn't properly present a criminal prosecution to the Judge and Jury, tax dollars spent on Deputy Sheriffs are wasted. NEXT WEEK: THE PROSECUTOR AIDS A CRIMINAL DEFENDANT PIERRE DOSTERT ATTORNEY AT LAW DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY Twelve Years of Experience in Active Law Practice Stroupe Pledges Public Meetings Representative Government, which means meeting face-to- face with the citizens, hear|ng their viewpoints and reporting to them on their state legislature is the basis for my campaign. pledge to meet with the residents of Jefferson County in public meetings: (1) 30 days prior to each Legislative Session to seek their opinions on current issues; (2) in the 30 days after each session to report to them the results of the session; and (3) at least one other time each year to keep informed of their problems. I recognize this involves many days and night away from my family and business. However, my campagin is based on 'serving the people,' and I intend to carry out this responsi- bility. (X) NOMINATE AND ELECT ROY M. STROUPE Democratic Candidate For The House of Delegates Of Jefferson County o Apr, 13-1t- (Pd.) QUOTES FROM OATES "YOUTH" WILLIAM J. "BILL" OATES DEMOOLAT for STATE SENATE "The YOUTH ot this Eastern Panhandle represent the greatest RESOURCE we have for our tuture advance. meut. "The da of 'ANTMSM' is on the DECLINE. To be anti. everything has resulted in increasing antagonism be- tween individuals and has created more problems than it has solved. Our youth RECOGNIZE this. "Youth now realize that CONSTRUCTIVE approaches to change---those within the realms of the LAW--are the most EFFECTIVE means to bring about MEANING. FUL rdorm in our society. "The eighteen-year-old, now legally an ADULT, is chm-ged with those RESPONSIBILITIES associated with adulthood. SPECIAL treatment NO longer applies. "The 'new-adults' are CAPABLE of accepting the CHALLENGE beiore them. They can, and will, be MATURE and VALUABLE assets to our communities. "FAITH in them and their abilities is reqmred by all. They will PERFORM !" Paid for b" Bill Oates for State Senate Committee Apr. 13-1t-(Pd,)