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I 1 w SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE had cracked and were in poor t condi.on To replace them every / Sons Of Confederate Jmor Womb1 s ClubI THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1966 ' flVes?to Ue o ar ex Veter ns To Meet Plans Future Events [~;! mcernelil[ blpe, all ot unarms Town ] "" a . . I ments/ for the Installatmn Ban-I CharleSnuAa~dbr~:onnecCtm~Town and urgeST~ppyall TO ~l ~and that it would be more pract-t I ...... )quet had been completed it will[izens to participate in this ...... | ical to replace them with some- PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ) A~' I~lhlA~AIMn ~llFIPh The Charms Town Junior To-! be held on Monday, June 20, at[ bate to .those brave defenl mr mu ._ )thing more durable. [ ~ ~ [#~l nuu,~..vww. ~.,,u.~.,. .man's.umo opener !~,s l~.aymeet-tthe Rib Room, for members and of our American way of life, l~lW~ ~ | Over the past year I have read] ............................ INC [ ...................... mg with devouons, the rieage tO)their husbands, and a steak din-]wearing a Memorial on this ~ ~ / m~n,,~ ,," ........ rdv W'lllLm'a BrOTh'HI. lsx THI~ J~:M~'~u~ r-ux~x,l~m~,J ,~,v.9 " I ~ne rmnry ,xya uougms ~amP,a s the Flag., ann Junior wluo Fleoge. [ .......................... n~r urill h,~ e,~,.w,~rl ] on,ion __ letters to the editor with much 210 North George Street- Charles Town, W. Va. Sons of Confederate Veter_n, Following these, roll call was The President announced that " i h the APPRECIATION LETTERS |resentment. I feeI that there are [ Zin Code 25414 [ ~:nllnhOld, ttht~r Ma~emoew~n~e~ln: taken, and the treasurer's r.epo~lthe Eastern District Convention [ FINE GIFT SELECTIONS NOW AT FROM PUPILS IN ROOM 3 [ many questions to be asked / ~-L- ......... .~ I ~is~'~hurch ~Hall Tuesda" MR::, anl secretary's report were neara) will be held in Charles Town intin both Charles Town and l~ AT WRIGHT DENNY SCHOOL) I don't believe that our school[ ..... / ....... ' " I Mrs. Sam Billotti, Mrs. Blake/september and that planning for; son members of the Ame't Wri,,ht Denny School[ system is as bad as Mr. Brown st READ :BY MORE THAI~ ~,DUU PEOPLE [ als~ at 7:uu p~ m. .. ~... [ Harrison, and Mrs. Rolfe Kelley,/it must get underway soon. 1Legion Auxiliary, Jackson F~ ..... ~ ...... ~, ~r. t letters imply If this were true] / riost memDers: u. ~. t~oyer, ]gave their impressions of the] ~h,~ .1~. announced that the lv~o+ .,,m o,~U +~.. +~aiti[ wnar, es ~w~, ~,.lvaa[i don't believe he would subject[ ~ .... A ~lo~,~ p~*~ Paid At Charles Town Postoffiee [ chairman_Charles D. Boyer,. 'rnor i state convention recently held in m ~..n~ervat~i~n Workshon snonsor-[~,~,~'A, ~..,.o~,, ~,,,~. ~:~[ .~ .. -. "* ......... J his children to schools that he] .............~" -- _-- ~ ]nton r 1 lj t-erry, Jonn u. ~Kmner, I Parkersburg, W Va., and showed ^~'"~. ~.^~,",..':. ~^n~.a,i^~...ach/'-:~"~.: -y~.v~ ,,- ..... %--~ Dear ~r t~rown: . . . -~---~-----~-----------y-~- - t?o [Jy Lily elate:: 1" q~:~A~:~l L Oil Ustreets ot unarms Town ann felt were so referrer - part~cularly[ I Sr., John C. Skinner, Jr, Charles the programs, favors etc, which / Thank you for letting us v)s)tI..,~,... ~... i ....... ,....~ .. +,.,o/ THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1966 I n Strider, Jr, and Robert Moran [ +~. .... ~ ~.u..+..~ ...ka. 7here year would be held at Cacapon) son, both Friday and Saturd~ .,. ~. . ".~ ~^~ ..... ^i~,~ it! w.~ ~ .~ uu~ ~mp~u.v~ .* ~! I " " " I t.~y nau ~.u~.t~ w.~,~ ~ " Park ~-metime in ~en~emDer , ...... ~,~ me oplrl~oi ut:xz=~u, t,,~,~,-. *~!~tato v~ar ~o ha hold her- by/ I I ~,-.. v .... ,'~ ...... ;~,n,.n *~,~ o.. " " / In hiS proclamation, m,] was very exc~tmg and fun. Wet family ties and certainly not by/ ............. IA..I.:. Cm,&L U,~,, I _^_E- ........ i^nic " be held Upon completmn of the bus-] Carson pmnts up that each o.~ will send you a copy of our news-)love for this community [ lift [IMiqHIH0 IalLlll~ JIHIlll llO~ ] ~e~e~t~ ~e ~nnatO MR- 22 ]hess meeting the Home Life Corn] owes an individual debt to t~ ..... ~ ..... t-t everything, I ,. .! =-1. .... I I ...... v ...........~, - ' mittee served refreshments and brave and coura eous men v"v .......... : ..... ~ . '( Just once I wou~d liKe m rear * for members nd their families g Your f end l something carrying the signature/ Within the next few days scores of young people will pour] ]0H l Sa[ Staff land asked thataeve' 'one be there set up tables for an evening of women, who through the, r [ --,, ~ ' , " " al "~ earns rffmes have made the cont" ........ [of Mr. William Brown of a pleas-)from our nation s h gh schools and colleges m the annu [ )b-2"00 n m " I " ..... ted to ~ ~'" -- ion of liberties possible Ano ........ ( ant and complimentary nature.[ graduation caper. Before going out they will be subjec ]~mlll~sttt,~:Strl~S ~ r~l~i~b~nv / The fashion show for the com- , A.w A,~ ~ m m I ................. :"-* '*0~] Dear ~ar. ~rown: tO'-^aoesn't haveto search tel ......... ~ ,,__ ~ ....... ~ .u^ chances ui ,m m~m~,, vu~ ~vmmmffvmm$ / . . M)U "II.-IH vrarl~lm~ I Mayor as~s puv,~c ~ul~pu*~ *'! Than you f0 showinz us a-I. . . / usual rl es, sermon anu . / / in ear was discusser and i~ was --~ ~-v mmv uuHn | nrn oot i round"khe newrpaper office. IInna c mmUme Y l are that they willt be too preoccupied wlth other th!n, gstopay) Announcement has been made)dbi~ed that a Spring show waHL. ~ .. I .... - m learned a lot more about a news-[ ............... " " '[ much attention to either. Our local granaries wm De no ex-/ by James Davis, manager of the| preferred instead of a Fall pre-[ A p01M~lV Dav~, i The Murill Hill Aid Societ~ paper than I knew. [ Alle-heny College[ ceptions. But notwithstanding this, we cannot resist the tempt H. W. Wageley, Inc., Supertane[ sentation. Mrs. Randolph Anders, I " I*l*J ~ the Methodist Church met We are. making a. class news-] ~eadville, Pal) tat]on to offer our own little word of advice. To be even more) Gas Company that Arch!e Smith,[ chairman of the coming year'sI Charles Town's Mayor, Nicholas l day night, May 24th at the l~ a er ca.ea "me ~pir~t o~ ttoom tes of 1966 proprmtor ot me ~oioma! r~ews show nnounce that 300 was P P .. . " . .. | May 23, 19661 precise we offer two words of advice to the gradua .[ ....... ~ ] , a d $ [ Carson, has once again proclaimed/of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Jea] 3 I (Bryan uooper) mane up me ~ ? stana in ~naries zown, has accep | a"~ a~-,. n ..... ~ditor | i~..~+a., +~. two words are these" DO SOMETHING / "| realized on last year s show Mrs May 27 and 28 to be official [ Mann]ugH, with twenty-one I~! name We have different corn- :. . . ted employment w~th the corn- " i f hers and one uest. mittees for our newsnaper such/Spirit of Jefferson:Advocate 1 We, of the older generation, are no more pleased with the[ party ash Sales Representative/Anders als reprted that arrange Poppy Days in the C ty o g asSports, News and many more.| naries:rown: w. va. [ state of the world than the graduates of 1966. But_fa ts and has already began his duties.|, ...... ,=, ,,, ~,,, ................................................ . Your friend[~'~'~'~"~:;:~,o ,~ ~ ......[ fact:s and the facts will not be altered or changed one lo~aI The Sunertane Gas Comnany|l~ ~ --- Bryan Coop r/ nert nn economics but con rat-) by .... excuse our language -- - bellyaching about th "1 has extensive outlets in West Wr-|l . -- _ -, i Dear Mr Brwn" ] ulations are in order to Mr. Mor-[ The Atom and Hydrogen Bombs m'e facts of the Twentmt ! gin]a, Maryland, Virginia and~m ~! ..~_ ~ ,,J.f-'~*m m 1-m~. m~'m ~ ~ , hanl" ou 'for show]n- usa )row, for dispelling some of the| Century. Vietnam is a fact. World unrest is a fact. The ef-| nearby Pennsylvania. [m fJr~ oll[l[~'~ 1.r lr l lTl . [J --wTl J " " ...... ',"-! fears associated with the Nationall forts of new, emerging nations to find a little bit of sun, aret __ ]l I'UK 1 !11 r. Imp_ I rounu me prlnung oH~ce, wv . . . ~_ .m.~ - - ---- ............ a .......n) debt problem. Wise use of a deQ facts And if the younger generation would spend as much) ACk [m v-- :, m mane a uew pape. .......... 1.. el " " - '-'-= Room 3 We co tclt g~xfes the Federal Reserve time facing these facts and endeavo)nng to cope with them[ Jib,,mum ,,m :- [ it The Sp rlt of . I~ . . ~ _ Board the means to stabilize the st m~ ht be a " " e back . as it spends protesting about them world ju g . igdint.. I hope I can cornecnmeYr:2:nde/ici :tPt endi ngob little better off The trouble with most of the protesting goin l |llvmile Pentecosul [I NAME BRAND GIFTS I Your friend, lo et ;ublic and Can reduce on in the world today is that it is nothing more than that l .......... )m Made Especially For The Graduate [ Jennifer Anderson J emnlovment | just protesting Ninety percent of it is nothing /more ann I I*hH rh U~u "]Am'~[m'I~ Im ............... , _ m ~ . "' " . blmulbn Mill LV &l &V UI~' YUUI~ ~I-IUIUIS _ -- i of course there are nroblems| nothing less than plain, pure unadulterated self-p)ty. Let th, e[ I Dear Mr. ~rown: . a I involved with the fedel"al debt,[ graduates of 1966 ask themselves this question: if they oon Special ~ervices . have beentm , e \ ~ ~ ~. i ~bn~!hY~eS~mif~k~f~hJa~nf~gs~Uan:fr'laeP~lsm~r~nt?estb:nnf~t~il linkte:~w~b~ wl~Chinthge~ a rCa ahdUpt enngedWih hCwt:r [ ~d:i!rU:~yfithnT'~h~l, Im Lady Manhattan Blouses [ made only to a few, We'are going to send you a cop~: .... ~ .... . yesterday to make the world what it is today is, when you/ ..... s unced t"s tm ............ , , "lare l~.ied ,,,, ~Very,,,~ .o maKe~ , ........ Re[at ~'~u it wa anne m I1 nm~tkl~\ l~Ol~DI BI~UUIk~ ",~klV[ I ' ,1 of it with our letter I know that/ .......... .............. "~l get right down to of little or no concern. ~u~ wna~ is oil week b'" B C Fields "astor /m t'J.~ I~tU~\ ~ t t " . these paylllellt~. DUg tllt~ l~U~l~tl ,Y , ~ " , the children hke the metal w,th[ n~h, ........ +. herr[ great and grave concern ]s what, )s going to be done about ,t.[ The Rev. James Powers will be)m ,, Sportswear - Dresses [\t " [ their names on them;. ....... [ o f'o'ur-annu al"na'[ional"m.[ Not tome)Tow I Today! Yesterday is spilt milk TomorrowI the spQaker and the public is in- ~m ~...w,. ~...,M [ . xour ~rjenu,| come S^ as lon~, a the economy [ may never come But today is here, right now! / vited. Ill ., ,.,l, za . .......... ! r~aren ~totman/. u.. "? ~ ' .... ~ al - I i m / oEdi~/r:stNoteugThaenky~ :::h/gSa%XuPa~n~nngea~neigruZ;r~e2Jra~l~~~~11 ~tSs ~$t Far W~i / h~fft,rcnn ~rdsn ~lnh Im JADE EAST TOILETRIES, BRITISH STERLING TOILETRIES [ ing'your publication, "The Spirit/debt is aemr~sn~ir one.. n "he 'ub-I u, I 'lrg lMkl i ~l~,| my. ,,~.n / *~.l~.,vvu v..v~,ee v,.. Im JOCKEY UNDERWEAR- SHIRTS- FARAH SLACKS, And Many, Many More) of Room 3. It is well edited and n mt r s ng not o t S - haLL/ . we hope that some day in the not)ject, of debts, is that the. private[ ...... I Chdd Conferences [ To Meet With Mrs. Huyett Im t-- distant future this newspaper/aeb~ is much greater man me [ Mrs. t~ernara o~ I 1 Ill , / can match your fine efforts Come] public one; and while the abso-I Dates for the well-child confer-] The Jefferson County Garden[m I I II / t- ~ee us a~ain whenever you/lute increase in the federal debt I . . .. " "~.. .." . / ences to be held in Jefferson Cou- | Club will hold its regular month-lm ~u,~D ,~, I I , ,wAv: [ can" It was so nice to have oum has been very small in the past[ .Recent. wsitors w~tn: ~r. anal nty for the month of June were[ ly meeting on Thursday afternoon Ill ox~t'x.rz z., I ] , ....... x.~ ! ........ b Mrs william tioaK annNiiss Dot and your teachers visit us.| twenty years, the prwate de )t[ ~.~.:: v ............. ~ ~n~' Mrs [ announ~d this week, by Dr. Earl| June 2nd at the home of Mrs. tI. Ill .... D ~ P [ I Pnrkln | m has more man oouoiea , et no l u -y .~, ....... m Allara, ounty r eaim omcer, as H Hu,,ett , ro-ram will beam .uw z. t m ...... Charles Town, W. Va./one complains about the private[ Austin Bowers, and son.Dwight,/ follows. | on "Roses" wit~ an excellent lm ...... [i ~_. z~, ~* ..... | Mrs James ttougn, ano ars Lee r]la aturaa May 23,1966) debt. ) ~... , . ...... [ In Harpers Ferry it will be[ speaker and tea will be served. )m Y " Y i i i i [ Mr Max Brown / S' Y.'I . . .." . _ ] held Wednesday, June 1, between I Im I I I [ Spi:~efJ~nfer~.nva" / Walter Smith [ MM_~d ~i~?~(layn~W~r~,ar~ltae:d! ~h:mhpO~/~1 ofJt~ongi2 ~.hmrc~lt. the[ "]:=._ ........ It . ._ || m s , son Mlchaef of Charles Town Men r[ ru~a,. Mr Brown" ] | ' ' In Shepherdstown at the War, Im I I I I ! ~'Being "extremely curious aboutI ~ [ dayevenv~mfl'ao- c~tt 'was on the Memorial .Building on Monday, I~" " " th~ ~ehaol letters referred to inl ~ll~q q;,ll'~dlJILL_~, 1 . ":": "". .... y., .... June ~, oetween ~ an~ z p.m.I ,m --- - SInK list th~s past tew nays, w~tn , ............. . - : - In Charles Town at the County a letter to the editor m last[ _-~ ira- - [' ba case of the virus '~ ' a e a d , Building on Thursday, June 2, I i pt~enk: Pa~Pe~aIa/~ndl e~terrs gi~ew I, ~ [~TiMrSt'hyKeonfn~t2nAndespSen~ThSnbetweenland2p. m...., ~ [ by the Class of 61 were plastic ...... ""- -- day afternoon with her parents, Please oe at these clinics oe- t l i I 1 ~ore ~ ou p m i ~ ~ ...... ' ,' . '' )Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ott. " " " ll -- - " I Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams, Sr _ _ __ ~. _ I I1 .if.,:U~,%.3i..,,~,lK.:ig,~.).L..~.~..,.,,~p.~..ak~i~ lnfgRi~~e~P~iitrgTeh!UFsdaYs.e~ea~; C B Heltt To Speak To [ Im ~I~ ~::::"~.i~ ~i) ,L ):~ ace Ott, and ch d . I ~~ t,..;:: A Tun~|~T 1'[I ~I~'~R[~ ~~4 [ Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bean, of I Leaaue Of Women Voters lm n 1 Fairfax, Virginia were recent visit I " ~~ ,*.~:~ ............. ~, ..... m,~,..,,x..,~. ,,".~ I ors of Mrs. Beans, sister, Mrs. I t | ~~ ~)'~;'"~":ie"r"ut*"w~?''''r''~ ....... " IT]nard Bowers, and son. I Mr. C. B. Heitt, of the Bureau] ___ ] Mrs Nathan]el Gray, snent Fri- )of Vocatmnal Educatmn, West [ BY CHARLES J. W. SMITH day m:" Winchester, Va. and while Virginia. State. Department of Ed- 1 there she also visited her daugh-/Ucatmn will speak at the League[ | Ranalh who is/of Women Voters meeting to be As Memorial Day approaches, the words of Willlam E. Gladstone ter, Mrs. Joseph ", " . ....... ' .... I come to mind He was the brilliant British political figure, 4 times a surgical patient in the Winehest nero at.the t~vm t=enter Auulto- l ~ er ~v~emorial Hospital mum, t;narles Town, Tnursaay, l Prime Minister who dmd in 1898. His words are Ma 26 at 8 m The s eaker "" Master Larry and Stephen 0tt, Y , P.. P spent Saturday in Ranson, with who is Project Coordinator, will "Show me the manner in which a nation cares for its dead~ and I will measure with mathematical exactness the tender mercies of its people, their respect for the laws of the land and their loyalty to high ideals." His words have special significance on our American scene This is why, While Memorial Day is observed and all our dead are hon- ored in every town and village, special attention is always centered on Arlington National Cemetery, our nation's Memorial shrine. Here ts the tie in to Gladstone's words... Our Arlington National Cemetery oeeupies what was once the family estate of Mrs. Robert E. Lee... Robert S. Lee, as you well know. was the Commanding General of the CONFEDERATE armies! This chosen location is proof positive of American tender mercies with loyalty to high ideals. In next week's olunm, read a~out the tomb of Ameriea's Unknown Soldier. It will be interesting... CHARLES J. W. SMITH -- SMITI~I MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA i i i ~ ii ............... " " WE OFFER A FINE SELECTION OF OF ALL KINDS FOR YOIJR CREDIT IS GOOD OUR PRICES NRE RIGHT NO FINANCE Or CARRYING CHARGES WE ARE OPEN 'TIL 8 P. M.-- MOH.- THURS. FRI. And SAT. 'TIL 9 P. M. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE- 725-2214 their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinges, and son, Ricky, and Sonny, of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gray and son Robbie of Ranson spent Saturday evening with, Mrs. Nathan]el Gray. The Sixth grade pupils of the Grand View Elementary School of Harpers Ferry spent Saturday in Washington, D. C. The interest ing places they visited were the Capota] Building, Medical Build- ing, Smithsonian Instate. Air and Space Museum and President Kennedys grave, and other his- toric places. The group was also fortunate enough to see the Hope Diamond Those going to the city from this vicinity were Sharon and Michael Ott, Gall]he Shirley and Linda Myers, Mrs. Wallace Ott, and Mrs. William Shirley. They also enjoyed a picnic lunch at noon in the park. Mrs. Winerd Bowers, along with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sipe, of Charles Town, spent Saturday evening with Mrs. Bowers, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clark of Clearbrook, Virginia. Master Mark Simons of Ranson was a Saturday over night guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Honk, Sr. and Aunt Miss Dorothy Bowers. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Smith, of Ijamsville, Md. were dinnar guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright, Sr. and family. Mr. Joseph Ranalli, and daugh. ter, Marila, and Vivian of Mi!l- viile, and Mrs. Eddie Moler of Charles Town were dinner guests of Mrs. Nathan]el Gray and dau- ghter, Jennifer on Sunday. Mr and Mrs. David McAboy of Charles Town, visited Mr. Mc- Aboy's parent, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- shall McAboy, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Winerd Bowers was a Sun- day supper guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs, Alton Muse, and children. Karcn, Tim- my, and Kenny. I wish to express my deepest sympathy to Mr. Max Brown, and family in the death of his mother Mrs. Irene Brown. 6O SU CB talk about the vocational survey which is being made in this area. The public ~s invited to attend. "Born Of The Spirit" Sermon For Lutherans "Born of the Spirit," will be the sermon subject for the 8:30 a, m. and 11 a. m. worship ser- vices at St. Thomas Lutheran Church in Ranson, Sunday, May 29. it was announced this week by the Rev. Richard E. Neal, pas- tor. The catechumens will be con- firmed at the 11:00 a. m. service. A reception honoring the confir- mation class and the high school graduates will be held following the 11:00 Servive. Nursery will be held during worship for pre- school children. Sunday Church School at 9:45 a. m. for adults, young men and women, and child ~en; James E. Brand, Superintem dent. Choir rehearsal, Thursday, at 7:30 p. m. ff another harvester or tractor will lncrease your efficiency and reduce labor costs, it's time to talk to Farm Credit. Call today. Term Cmllt INns ~ A Farmer Owned Farmer D/rected &$ OCIATION W. W. HAMMOND ASSISTANT MANAGER Shepherdstown, W. Va. DIAL 876-7441 Or WINCHESTER 662-3479 m PHONE 725-7021 CHNRLES TOWN, W I.H MACHINERY STILL TIME TO -- PLANT POTATOES.-- TREAT LAWNS-- @ ORDER CHICKS---, PLANT SORGHUM-- SPOT SEED LAWNS-- PLANT CORN-- KILL UNWANTED WEEDS-- PURINA FEED DON'T LET LUSH PASTURE W. SH P OFITS AWAY-- USE-- PEOPLES 16 DAIRY 63.00 Ton (BVL~ - F. O. B, MILL) SPECIAL NOTICE--- OUR MILL, SHOP, SERVICE DEPARTMENT And O~FICE WILL BE CLOSED MEMORIAL DAY, MAY 30 PEOPLES CHICK GROWER 4.70 cwt. PEOPLES PEOPLES PIG & HOG MEAL HORSE FEED 4.25 cwt. 4.50 cwt. ( ALL MADE FRESH DAILY ) RED ROSE FEED --- MONTH END SPECIAL-- PURCHASE 1 GAL. ALKYD FLAT ENAMEL - 6.19 GET 1 F-R-E-E (COLORED ONLY) ODD LOT PAINT VARIOUS TYPES AND COLORS 50c qt. VINYL FLAT WHITE 2.98 gal. DuPONT PAINT PHONE 72o.200:1 CItARLES TOWN, W. VA'