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Charles Town, West Virginia
April 30, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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April 30, 1959

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[ ~i~ i~ PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AF"TERNOON IN CHARLES TOWN 'W. VA. BY THE JEFFERSON PUBLISHING COMPANY. INC. Its l~oberts, Lawrence DeI-Iaven, Stuart Crim and Miss Shirley Ma- coughry. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Cheshire and children Deborah, Johnny and Patricia spent the weekend in Bal~more, Md. where);hey were guests at the home of t rie formers sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Thursday, April 30, 1959 Mrs. Alien Tim,brook. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Smallwood and daughter Sharon Lee and the LAW DAY former's mother /Mrs. Caralee Smallwood motored to Fredericks- ~burg. Va. on Sunday where they Tomorrow, May I, wi]| be observed in this country as were guests at the hoxne of the lat Law Day. It is a day for us to stop for a minute and take ter's daughter Mrs. Inez Reynolds and her family. The elder Mrs ::o~k of the processes of government under which we Sm~llwood remainedln Fredericks operate, and we hope our local citizenry will pause for just burg vthere she will visit .for the a moment in their daily chores and do just that. i nttWon e-]kSClub Members It has been said that ours is a government of laws and _ - . ^ . " I ~ecause of the woumy health not of men, meaning that m this country each of us, rich Day wr ch w ll be held at+ t hp ora n " " - -- ...... ' a d poor ahke, regardless of race or creed, Is entitled to mumty Center on Saturday, May the same sort of treatment for the infractions of the laws ath, meeting date of the Busy that have been passed by all of us. Under our system the Bees 4-H Chib has been advanced land will be held on Tuesday even- millionaire and the pauper, the colored man and the white +ing. May at the school. As pre man, the Jew and the Gentile, receive the sam# sort of parations for Health Da:y will be treatment in our courts. Larceny is larceny.Murder is completed at this time all mere- The right to sue is the right to sue. It matters hers are urged to be ,present. Mem bers are reminded also of ~he i :::on who transgTesses or w:o seeks the County 4-H Church Service which protection of our Constitution or statutes How different win be held at the Cam Hill Me this is from the system that prevails in totalitarian roan- thodist Church in Harpers Ferry tries where men have only those rights which the authori- at 2:30 o'clock on Sunday after- noon, May 3. ties, however illegally constituted, choose to let them have. The choice of May 1 as the day to observe Law Day is "Who a good one. On this same day the Russians hold a celt- WOUld Ph.t bration commemorating their system, We dare them to tar + , ,, t. ,. . compare it with ours. If the Russians are so sure their We ]S unaa system is so superior they ought to be willing to debate l _ , . " ~n anno,ancmg his sermon topic the merits of the two systems at any time and at any]fo ............ + r ~v~ay a ,a~ ~ne ~resoy~erian place. Knowing we will not be accepted, but-for fearing+Church, "Who Woum Plant SEVEH STUDEHTS IHITIATED IHTO HIGH SCHOOL'S HATIOHAL HONOR The Harpers Ferry Chapter of Hoffmaster. the NaAtonal Honor Society held i,ts ,annual initiation ,program in ~he school audi%orium Monday, .~pril 13 at 2:45 p. m. The entire student body,+ paren+ts and friends were present for ,this special and HARPERS FERRY SOCIETY CHAPTER ChurCh gave a most interesting ~alk on "What Will You Do With Your Life." He elabora,ted on the four cardinal principles of ihe soc iety: scholarshi,p, character, lead ership and service but added that these in themselves would be wor- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r*RMERS I--A __ THURSDAY' __APRIL I meeting, town Thursday, I A wonderful talk on Friendship Academy of was then given by Grand Council to do the qMarie Holden. + The presentation of gifts to all Academy of Friendship members which was a total of 50. Gifis were presented to Marie Holden Grand Council and Char ]lotte Shiflet~t also to all Sr. Re- [gents thwt were present. The closing was cone by Char les Town and delicious refresh- ments was then served ,by chair- man Gladys Spinks and her com- mittee. The refreshments consist- ed of cold sliced turkey, potato salad, cold slaw, pickles, olives, ]potato chips, rolls and hot coffee. The business meeting of the W. O. J. M. was held Tuesday, .April 28 at 8:00. The meeting was called to order by Phyllis Propps. Bills ,to be paid was ,passed ,by the chapter. Discussion on the ~rip to Catnosville, Md. Sunday, May 3 of which Bessie Tumblin, Phyllis Kilmer, Esther Howe, Mary Phil- flips and Jewell Repass will receive their Academy of Friendship. A Buffet dinner wilt be served to %he Barbershop Quartet at the Moose Home Saturday night ,at 11:00 after the performance at the High School. Help will be need ed to serve %hem. Any member that can help please do. that can go meet ~t at 7:00 o'clock. All are wear blue gowns. The Good of the was won by Mary Door Prize by Fleets meeting was again May 12, at Mrs. Shirley Wrflt Named New Head VFW A group of the Ladies ~f Jefferson, County Post No. 3522 of motored :to afternoon for the meeting of the VFW they brought back erai honors. Mrs. S~hirley Writt, in the local AuxiliarY, District president; Mrs+ Anders was named Mrs. Thelma Hill ,as a Mrs. Ri,ta Smal er. The meeting was The chapter will go to Hagers- and a most THIS WEEK'S NEWS IN By Mrs. Stuart Crim Grimes and Chlldren of Charles Town and ~Mrs. Daisy Longbrake of Peter~ville, Md. IA,tt~e Miss Donna Grey was able to return to school on Monday ,after an ~bsence due to measles Mrs. Rose Couvtney of P~nsor Phone 47-F.032 was an overnight; guest Monday of Mr and Mrs. Marshall McAboy and sons, Seaman David McAboy spent the weekend with his .par- ents and on Sunday v~sitors with pose of the winter's collection of 'the family were Mrs. Donald papers and magazines and at the Couvtney and son of Berryville same time to help a worthy cause. Va., +Mr. and Mrs Henry McKee Attend Demonstration and daughter of Ranson and Mrs. Members of the Summit Point William Longerbeam and daugh- l'arm Women's Club who attend- !ter of Millvtlle. ed the demonstaration of ".party Mr. and Mrs. tester Moler were fare" which was given on Wed- vi~i,tors Sunday afternoon with nesday evening at the Potomac Mrs. Annie Zinn and ,her daugh- Light and Power Co. kitchen by i~ter Mrs. Grace Moler in Charles John /Myrick Home Service Re- Town. pre~ntative of the company were ] David Trail of Bolivar spent the l weekend with his cousin Clifton Mesdames Robert H. Hardesty, { George Crim, John Marshall, ~har Peacher. IT 4-H Paper Drive is an excellent opportunity to dis Tho annual 4-H paper drive will be held on Saturday morning, May 2nd and collections will begin at 8:00 o'clock, DST. Everyone hay- ing newspapers and magazines which they wish collected will please have them bundled separa- tely and in front of their homes by that hour. Thorpe living outside the village who have 'paper of which to dispose may have t'he truck call at their homes by not- ifying Mr. Leroy Cheshire, 51-F- 023, before Friday evening. This Apply now Apply later for alfalfa weevil for grasshopper control control SOUTHEi STATES Charles Town Cooperative PHONS EANSON, W. Charles H. Dodson of Charles Town a past commander of Jeff- i ersort County Memorial Post No. ~3522, Veterans of Foreign Wars and long an active member ~f tahe local Post, was named Command- er of District No. 4, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Sunday afternoon at a district meeting held in War- densville. Lee P. McDonald of Mart~ns- ~burg. was named Senior Vice Commanaer and Ralph L. Boyce of Key~er, was named junior vice eomanander; Roy TumblJn was named ~urgeon; and Kenne~,h An ders of Charles 2krwn was named District Quartermaster;' Harry F. 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