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Martinsburg, West Virginia April 13, 1966 Mrs. James S. Phillips Regent, Pack Horse Ford Chapter Daughters of the American Rev- olution, Shepherdstown, W. Vs. erans of Foreign Wars, and read such publications as those PUt out by Americans for Constitution al Action. We also subscribe to the membership rolls of the Nat- ional Federation of Independent Business Ad Infinitum. Thus, our allegiance to the pat- riotic concepts of the DAR are much closer than one would judge by my unkind remarks which the honorable Associate Editor saw fit to publish without consent. I will not take up your chal- Dear Mrs. Phillips: lenge to appear before your Chap We want to offer our complete ter along with Mr. Morrow. He and abject apologies to the DAR may venture into the den of the for the untimely remarks (crude patroit, but not I, since I agree they were) which were aimed at with a great majority Of your con- the DAR organization in my letter cepts. or recent vintage to Mr. Henry I am reminded of the mission- Morrow, Associate Editor of The ary who was in the African bush Spirit of Jefferson. and he ran afoul of a roaring lion. It was not our intention to have As he prayed on his knees (to the letter published. Usually, we Clarence, I'm sure), he noticed direct any letter that we write to Mr. Lion also on his knees. The a newspaper editor with the, head missionary b eganJit thank the ~ ....... h "~di" r We 1on tor ms nmst an consmerat- mg better to t e to . f int .... riva'e 1on and felt that he was sae He enaea to nave our p t . . *- Mr *- serve as expressed his thanks to the hon ..... i -i -" " rwno, on nls g ees, roarea oacK" a gammL rice reaa ng nls ente ,,urn, .., oh, + ,,,. r, ." taining weekly column, we had ....... .m saj begun to wonder just what side of /gce. ,, ,, .... t his ........................... me ience ne was on as o " e " ,,hp ....u ..... in .... r ] messages dlspat hed to the Assocs letter as a ploy, we were expect-[NOT pRT T,, ing a private reply from Mr. Mor-I .... row on whether he agreed or dis- LONG LIVE AMERICA ! ! agreed with our interpretation of WASP America, etc. A condemnation of my letter would have aligned Mr. Morrow with the conservative right of his Democratic party. A whole-heart- ed agreement with the contents would have allowed us to suspect that he leaned more towards the meanderings of the American Civil Liberties Union, et cetera. Having known Mr. Morrow for some 35 years, we have admired his interpretations of the Ameri- can scene, although at times spic- ed with a considerable degree of sarcasm. I am beginning to suspect that Harry W. Zimmerman Ed. Note: - For the record, and for the confused reader, ttWM stated a few weeks ago that much of the unrest in Asia and Africa today could be attributed to the absence of a stable middle class in the affected countries. Inan oblique criticism of this view Mr. Zimmer man wrote that the middle-class in this country, as typified by the DAR, couldn't care less. The DAR took offense at what Mr. Zimmer- man said and was critical of HWM for publishing what he wrote. But HWM does aot apologise for publishing what he regarded to Mr. Morrow was tryir g to open a be fair and legitimate comment, wider wound in the sensitive feel I regardless of how one might feel a v s about the ssue ings of Berkeley Counti ns er us " Jefferson Countians. He does be- As for the suggestion that come whimsical at times. HWM was trying to start a feud I belong to such organizations ttWM denies the allegator and as the American Legion, The Vet defies the allegator." LET' NOT FORGET AND PLEASE VISIT US ! ! AND GIFTS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION Open Mon. Thurs. -- 8 P. M. Friday thru 'Saturday -- 9 P. M. 112 W. Washington St. -- Charles Town, W. Va. From Du Pont Researahl A new system that gives you greater protection against mohture blistering than traditional linseed oil paints: If the old paint has blistered, removo old paint down to bare wood. Prime with DU Pont Blister-Reslstant Primer, Cover with one or more coats of "Lucite" House l a|nf. Dries in one hour. 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Tax For Business, News or Advertising Departments DIAL 725-2046 or 725-2047 THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966 STOCKHOLDER'S ELECTION COMING UP Just in case you haven't heard, or in case you may have forgotten it, there will be an election in West Virginia and in Jefferson County less than two weeks hence, on May 10. And unless something happens within the next twelve days it promises to be one of the quietest elections in recent mem- ory. But it shouldn't be! As far as Jefferson County is con- cerned, it is the election, not just a primary election. And for two reasons: it is final insofar as membership on the Board of Education is concerned; and inasmuch as there are no Republican candidates as yet, it is virtually final insofar as membership on the County Court is concerned. And yet the apathy persists. We cannot emphasize the importance of the choices to be made on May 10 by the voters of Jefferson County. As for the Board of Education as well as the County Court, we will be choosing and deciding who two of the five members on each body will be for the next six years. The Board of Edu- cation is a board of directors for the management of school affairs. The County 'Court is a board of directors for the management in general of the administrative and fiscal af- fairs of Jefferson County. If either body had a hundred di- rectors the choice of two of them could be greatly minimized. But the membership on each body is set, by law, at five; and the choice of two to serve with the incumbent three cannot and should not be minimized. It is certainly not a matter thaL should be treated with apathy. As we said on this page a few months ago, the voters of Jefferson County are stockholders and as such are now be- iffg asked to chooose two directors for two public corporat- ions. The choice cannot be made by proxy. It is the duty of every voter-stockholder to make his own choice and register his choice on May 10. The members of the Charles Town Baptist Church announce that the churcl will have the privilege of having the Baptist Student Union Choir of the Uni- versity of Richmond, Virginia as guests on Sunday morning, May 1. The choir will present a Sacred Concert, with music and scripture using the theme, "The Life of Jesus." The service is at 11:00 A. M. and friends of the church are welcome. The choir is on a tour this week, having three concerts Don't skimp on fertilizer or plant inferior seed because you ere short of cash. Let Farm Credit supplythe money you need, when you need it. Long Temt land Dank Los,as Short Term Cmlit Lost~t A Farmer Owned Farmer Directed Credit, ASSOCIATION W. W. ttAMMOttD ASSISTANT MANAGER Shepherdstown, W. Va. DIAL 876.7441 Or WINCHESTER 662-3479 scheduled. There will be forty members with the choir, and they are young men and women stu- dents of the University of Rich- mond, the Baptist Senior college of Virginia. Miss Jean Reynoltts, a Senior, is the choir director, and Miss Mary Ann James, a Junior, is the accompanist. Carolyn Urquhart, a member of the Charles Town Baptist Church, is a member of the choir. The choir will arrive Saturday night and will be enter tained in the homes of church members. Mrs. Bernard Ott --' Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott. visit ed Mr and Mrs. Ellis Williams Jr. and daughter, Kelly of Stiles II ( I ... is comforUnlK covorap Someo e' in urecl In your Aren you a Cood Samaritan if your insurance kraYS their medical bills? en't you smart; if you're the one injured, and your medical bills are paid? We aim to you atlequate coverage. Try us :for your auto, home, health and life insurance. USN| PHONE 725-2211 -It ~r iim .............................. I_L l Trailer Court, Charles Town on[ Selective Service Board in Char-, Monday afternoon, .[ les Town, that the Selective Ser- Mrs. Marshall McAboy, and son vice office will be closed May 3, Marshall, Jr., of Halltown, Mrs. 4 and 5 because of a Clerk's con- Rose Courtney, Mrs. Eddie Ahalt ference to be held in Clarksburg of Ranson, and Mrs. William Ber- on those three days. ry of Shenandoah Junction, att. ended the funeral of Mrs. Vera Rhiman, Tuesday afternoon in Boonsboro, Md. Mrs. Bernard Ott, was a dinner guest of her son-in-law and dau- ghter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth And ers and grandson, Timothy of Ra'nson, on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott, shop ped in Martinsburg Wednesday morning, and they also visited Mrs. Ott's mother, Mrs. Ellis Will tams Sr., of Ranson in the after noon. Mrs. Marshall McAboy along with Mrs. Dorsey Dunlap of near Charles Town and Mrs. Rose Cour tney and Mrs. Eddie Ahalt of Ranson shopped on Thursday in Winchester. Mrs. David Penwell and dau- ghter, Linda Anne and Mrs. Irv- ing Gray and son, Robbie of Ran son shopped in Winchester Va. Mrs. David Penwell, and daugh ter, Linda Anne and Mrs. Irving Gray and son Robbie of Ranson, shopped in Winchester on Thurs day. They also visited Mrs. Nancy Ranalli, a patient in the Win. chester Memorial Hospital in the afternoon. Master Stephen Ott, was ab- sent from school on Wednesday and Thursday With the case of the virus, Mrs. Alton Muse and Mrs. Dav- id Penwell spent Friday evening in Ranson with Mr. and Mrs. Mich ael Cotta, and family. Mrs. Ellis Williams Sr., of Ran- son, along with Mrs, Wallace Ott and MrS.:Bernard Ott, attended the band concert which was held at the Harpers Ferry High School on Friday evening of which Miss Sharon Ott is a member. Miss Karla McKee and brother John of Ranson spent Saturday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Marshall McAboy of Hall. town. Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and children Judy, Jeanne, Linda Anne, and Terry visited Mr. New ton Penwell of Ranson and Mr. and Mrs.. Randolph Crites and daughter Toni Sue of Charles Town Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anders and sort, Timothy of Ranson spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Anders parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott. Mr. and Mrs. George Zombro of Shepherdstown visited Mr. and Mrs. James Watson and son Greg ory on Sunday evening. Selective Service Office To Be Closed Three Days Next Week Announcement was made this week by l~s. Helen Townsend clerk of the Jefferson County Rev. J. Lee Williams To Be Speaker For Education Banquet The highlight of the annual Jefferson County Education As- sociation banquet to be held at Hilltop House, Harpers Ferry, on May 3, at 6:30 p. m., will be the Reverend J. Lee Williams, Min- ister of Asbury Methodist Church SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1966 Roscoe R. Payne, vice-president; Mrs. Theda Wintermoyer, secre- tary and G. Warren Mickey, treas- urer. Special Meeting Of Little, Pony League Officials Monday, 7:30 There will be an important special meeting of officials man- agers, and parents interested in the Jefferson Little Baseball Lea- gue and the Pony League which Ill J"- m=., - and other persons interest l helping with either the little gue or the pony league to i n present at this meeting. Jefferson Garden Cld To Meet On May 5 At Orchard Lodge Members of the JeffersonI nty Garden Club will hold May meeting Thursday, MaY "Orchard Lodge," the ho Mr. and Mrs. John Y. McI " Mrs. McDonald will be and the meeting will begin a picnic at 12:30 noon, with iness meeting and a prOS following. A full attendaSta desired. 50 TO 100% Ideal For Grazing -- Multiple Cutting, Silage, Greenchop ---"Hay PLANT EARLY--APRIL TO JUNE--- PHONE 725-2002 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. AT 'rH! 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