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April 27, 1961

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OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE APRIL 27, 1961 7--C CALL FOR ELECTION L a;eetlnu of the Council of of Chaxles Town 3, 1961, the following 'an election was adopted ~f the fact that the terms of the Council to expire it becomes the Council to order and it is therefore an election be held 25th DAY OF MAY being the time fixed bhe amendexi charter and that at such shedl be elected one each from the First, and Fourth Wards. election shall be held rules. male and le- the town regard- residence shall ,be entitled to vote for the councilmen to be el- ected. (2)The ballot used shall cbe sub stantialty as follows: The Corporation of Charles Town CORPORATION ELECTION MAY 25, 1961 For Councilman, First Ward El (Vote For One) For Councilman, Second Ward (Vote For One) For Councilman, Third Ward (Vote For One) F-1 L....J ....................... ..o. F--] L__I For Councilman, Fourth Ward (Vote For One) (3) It shall be the duty of the Finance Committee to have aH the act of voting. As ~oon as the voter shall have marked the ballot he shall the~ hand it to one of the Commissioners who shall de- posit it in the ballot box in the ,presence o~ the voter announcing p,~hcly the na~e of the voter which shall thereupon ,be recorded tion at the voting place. ........................... The Poll shall be opened at 6:30 A. M. (~T) and close at 6:30 P. M. (EDST) or open at 7:30 A M. (EST) and close at 7:30 P. M. to such election and shall be sign Donna Jean Bennett, Miss Mar- ed by such candidate personally, garet Plottner, Miss Katie Kay (7) No one shall be allowed in McKee, Miss Connie Jenkins, Mr. the voting room except the o122- Ronnie DeHaven. cers of election and the voter in Mrs. J. L. Chapman has been for the puvpose. The voter shall then .be required to leave the room. Any qualified voter, how- ever may enter the pool room for the purpose of challenging a voter ~ut for such purpose not more than two shall enter or be in the same room at the saane time. The commissioners may summon such witnesses as they may desire to appear before them to testify as to the quahfication of any one to Rugs Expertly Cleaned By Trained Workmen. or Shampoo on your floors. and Delivery 4 Day Service. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE 207 ballots printed, provide all necess- vote. ary books, pens, pencils, papers, : etc. and to have suitable booths• (8) The voter upon entering erected in ti~e respective poll-t~e poll room shaH ~)e l~anaea the room and to deliver the ballots ballo~ and r~tire to the booth and books, papers etc to the Commissthrough Vhe names of all the can loners on the morning of the elec- didates whom he does not desire * to vote for; or by placing a cross mark in the square opposite the name of the candidates Ior whom he desixes to vote or i~ any other manner that he may desire and that shall indicate with reason- (,l!~T). The officers of the elee- ~ able certainity for whom he de- Lion shall consist of four commlss- sires to vote. ~Tothing herein con- loners and one clerk, tanned shall be cons~rt~ed so as to (4) The votinrg place shwll be prevent any voter from writing as follows: on the ballot the name whom he I~_stead of the re,g~lax votingmay desire to vote, although the places used at former city elee- name oI such be ~ot printed on tions and as a matter of city econ the ballot and in such case, the omy t~he voting place for all four person whose name is so written i i wards this year shall be at the Council Room (Mayor's Office) lo cared on George Street near Wash lngton Street and at the junction of all four wards. (5) The system commonly known as the Australian Ballot System shall conform as x~eaxly as possible to the provisions of l~w governing state and county elect- ions. (6) No candidate shall be en- titled to have ~is name printed or li,sted on the ballot for election of municipal officers in the Cor- poration of Charles Town u~,less he shall have first filed with t~e Clerk of the City Council in wri- ting his intention to be such can didate stating his full name, the fact that he is a quail,fled prop- erty owner as required by Char- ter for such officer and t~e office for which he desires to be listed as a candidate. Such written no- tificatio~l to the Clerk shall be filed not less than ten days prior n first brood red-banded leaf rollers- resistant strains-with effective, low-cost control eat rollers when endrin is at petal fall and through first Endrin helps prevent build-up of generations--also controls hard to plum curculios--helps you grow top fruit. red-banded leaf roller is probably the 5st destructive pest attacking apples and Controlling it has become very difficult at has developed resistance to many of the newer insecticides will control ............................................... leaf rollers. However many of expensive and hard to handle or can Red.banded leaf rollers roll or web several leaves together and feed on adjacent fruit inside this protective covering. Two endrin applica- tions can control the first brood. choose, always look for the name endrin on rin is different • thereon even although the name l or names of other candidates for the s~me office are not marked therefrom and if only one name be printed as a candidate for a particiular office and no mark be placed in the square opposite has atone his name stlall De not scra~ ched, such ,ballot shall be counted for such candidate. (9) All tickets at the respective poll room shall be kept in the view of the Commissioners and shall ~)e given out to prospective voters only at the tame they shall offer to vote at the time when so given out It shall be signed (m the back by at least t~vo of the com- missm~ers and no ballot unless so signed shall be counVed by the commi,slsoners; nor shall any hal lot, g~ven to a vo~er by a commlss tuner be m~en from the room ~y such a voser, provided however that should a voter mismark de- face or spoil a ballot, he may be given another bal,lot upon the returaa of the defaced ballot to the comrnissaoners. (10) Should the prospective vo- ters need the assistance of the co mm_isaloners in marking his bal lot. it shall be the duty of the commissioner or one or them give such information as to the manner of marking the ballot as may be needed but they shall no~ directly or indirectly inrmemce any voter as to what candidate ne sO.~l,l vote for nor disclose how any voter may have voted ann ~k such I~llot l,f required cemdida~e or candida~s as the vote indicate. (11) No election officer shall dis close the name or for whom any voter shall have voted. (12) As soon as the polls shall have been dee}ared olosea, me commissioners shall proceed to coun~ the votes and make such ~eturn~ as to the result as It ls required by Section 9 of CLharles Town. The Commissioners mad Clerks are as follows: Clark Purr, Lacy Bailey, Ann Getzendanner, Mary F. In,ram. NICHOLAS CARSON, Mayor C. F. PRINTZ, Clerk April 27-2T- MRS. AUSTIN NICODEMUS Stanley Party Mrs. Stanley Boyd was hostess to a group of friends at a Stanley Party held at Mrs. Boyds home on Wednesday evening. The guest enjoyed a pleasant evening dur. ing which the line of Stanley use,throughout fruit growing areas, under the doctors care this past week. Mrs. Margaret Payne is now em ployed at the State Road Commis- sion as clerk. Tuesday evening a 1952 Ford crashd into the side of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley's house mov- ing the house from 2 to 3 inches off its foundation. Three small childrn Janice, Carol Ann and David were playing on the floor. Luckily no one was hurt. Mrs. Ruth Ridgeway of Berry- ville, Va. visited on Thursday with Mrs. Robert Anders, Mrs. J. L. Chapman and Mrs. Harry Nic- odemus. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chapman and daughter Nancy visited on Saturday night at the home of Mrs. Chapmans brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shultz at Haymarket, Va. The St. John's Episcopal Chur- ch Women met at the home of Mrs. Warren LaRue Wednesday April 19. The lesson led by Mrs. Harry Nicodemus Jr. covered the subject of Psalms For Everyday Living. Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Lancaster of Strasburg, Va. was Susan Kiss ler. Miss Louisia C. Smith from Washington, D. C., Miss Wilford Smith from Devereaux School Dixon Pa. and Ruth Rogers Smith :rom Stuart Hall, Staunton, Va. ,vere weekend guests at Mr. and Irs. Robert Smiths Jr. at their home "Silver Spring". Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Swartz were Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Pope of Winchester, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Charley Heare, son Rusty of Summit Point, Mr. and Mrs. Lin- wood Swartz of Middleway and Clay Baylass of Berryville, Va. Mr. and M~s. Robert R. Smith Jr. were in Waynesboro, Va. this past week on business. Junior Orndoroff of Clearbrook Va. and Miss Barbara Shull of Summit Point were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams and children Debbie and Frank- lin visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grocer Orndorff on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Warrick of Front Royal, Va. attended a Square Dance at North Hagers- town, Md. High School Wednes- day night. Returning home re- freshments were served at Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams home. Also Mr. and Mrs. Olin Bush and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Magaha were in Hagerstown. Mr. a~d~Mrs, H. B. Nicodeinus Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Whittington and sons Jonathan and Dennis visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicode- mus on Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams are the chairman of Social Com- mittee of the Shenandoah Square dancers. Mr. and Mrs. Adams held a dinner business meeting and those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Magaha, Mr..and Mrs. Glen Magaha, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dailey and Mr. and Mrs. J~nior Houser. ' Church Service Sunday St. John's Episcopal Church will have their preaching, service Sunday morning, April 30 at 9:30 DST. Rev. Temple Wheeler will be in charge of the service. Sun- day School will be held at 10:30 DST. Charles Town Police Department Makes 44 proved highly effective against the label or the ingredient statement. leaf rollers and plum curculios Shell Chemical Company, Agricultural a become active at the same time. Chemicals Division, 2299 Vauxhall Road, can be combined with most other Union, New Jersey. and fungicides. 1 Where to get endrin She.1 your local insectici Chemmal available rom aer many well-known brand names. Company as emulsifiable liquids and as wet- POwders. Whichever formulation you Agricultural Chemicals Division Charles Town Phone 399 household products and cosmetics was demonstrated by Mrs. Hattie Arrests In 1'o Date Lewis of Martinsburg. The guest joined in a number of games. At The Charles To m Police De- the conclusion of the evening de- partment's hi-monthly report pre- licious refreshments were served Rented to the Charles Town by Mrs. Boyd to her guest whoCouncil last week by Police Capt. were Mrs. Herbert Ramsburg Mrs. Ephraim Day showe4i that a, total George James, Mrs. George Clark, of 44 arrests had. bern made dur- Mrs. Elizabeth Boyd, Mrs. Isabel ing the period and a total of $453 Eversole, Mrs. Paul Clark, Mrs. had been collected in fines and Mary Anders, Mrs. Orville Della- costs: ven, Mrs. Leo Jenkins, Mrs. Lfllie The Department investigated Mac Leonard, Mrs. Woodrow three motor vehicle accidents in Adams, Mrs. M. L. Adams, Misswhich six vehicles were involved with damage to them amounting to $555.00. Capt. Day said there were no personal injuries. The Department also issued a ~.otal of 114 overtime parking tic- kets, with $80 being collected in Hnes on 80 of the parking tickets. The department also directed :raffle for seven funerals and pa- ......... trotled the city with the -County s _ , I MEN'S BETTER FELT HATS j dog warden for three man-hours, AND DUSTERS I JUST 18 OF THESE--WERE TO $7.95 ,d collecting fees for two dogs, col- THESE--WERE'TO-A14.98 [ ~~'" ~-~ i havelectinglicenses,five dOgSnotifyingthat eightdid dogn°t S SPRING COATS $ ] JUST 8 OF THESE--WERE $6.98 " owners to obtain licenses with THESE--WERE TO $29.98 [ _L. five days for their dogs. " Capt. Day reported that the li- " " ~" cerise tax on dogs was due April SPRING SUITS $, [ SPRING SUITS and COATS land those who THESE ----WERE TO $24.98 ] JUST 12 OF THESE--WERE TO $10.98 chasedshould dolicenSeSso at once.f°rhavetheirn°t dogs pur- 'oR OBES--Sizes 4 to 14 I ~"~ A breakdown of the arrests . F_THESE--WERE TO $3.98 I BLOUSES. SHORTS, ETC.--Were to $1.98 made shows 20 were for speed. SPRING HATs or BAGS I GROUP oF MEN'S SHIRTS inging; on13 af°rdoubledrUnkS;line;'threetwof°rforPassdis OF THESE--WERE TO-$1.9-8"-. [ WERE TO $1.98--SHORT SLEEVES = fortUrbing'passingthe onPeaCea railroad,and Onecross.each S SPRING HATS