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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE JEFFERSON PUBLISHING CO. INC. 210 North George Street - Charles Town, W, Va. Zip Code 25414 READ BY MORE THAN 2"2,500 PEOPLE Second Class Postage Paid At Charles Town Postoffice NATIONAL NEWSPAPE| MAX BROWN, General Manager DON RENTCH. News Editor -- HENRY MORROW, Assoc. Editor National Advertising Representative, American Newspaper Representatives, Life., 404 Fifth Ave. New York Detroit - Chicago - Atlanta - Francisco - Los Angeles SUBSCRIPTION - $5.00 Per Yr., Plus 15cts. W. Va. Tax 'or umness, News or AdverUsmg Departments DIAL, 7Zb- U4b or 7 a-z047 THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966 DEATH TAKES HO HOLIDAY 111 reviewing caril tlge oil tale highway over the ~IeILDJLIDA .LJa.)" Wt.~l~-eliU, U'lle C~IAi e~:~lly ~llp lltt~ ~ .Le~llllg U.L is .al m Bus amlosb compleLely overldoKc-Kl in tile reciLaLl0r~ oz ~llese grim st~lS~lCS ts brae Iac~ ~naL c0nsloerlllg the a~noun~ ox LlIlle ~HIDraCt2tl In ~le eotlnblng pe1oc1, bntdNe Ilgures couKl be useu ~o cover alIIIOSL ally sl~miar perlOCt OI bile yea. iitlS is DOt, all abLelllpt~ LO irlllllllllZe bile ~tageay. 1~ lS an a~t,elllp~ on our par~ to polng ouc ~nag every bay, ~nls very flay m- Charles Town, W. Va. May 26,1966 Mr, Max Brown Editor Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate Charles Town, W. Va. 25414 Dear Sir: Last week a letter was carried by this paper in the '!Letters to the Editor column", criticizing the past writings of Mr. William Brown. The name was withheld at request of the writer. The author of that letter wrote mat he or she w shed that just once sometmng comphmentary would be stud 0y Mr. Brown. This is bad for it snows that certain cRizens of our community do not wish to know the facts, but to be told only what they w~sh to hear. certainty one does not have to look far in our community to find good, but these who claim only ale good and drown out the bad would do well twremember this old Proverb. "He who takes credit zor the sunshine must also take olame for the rain." Enless we heed the warnings of Mr. Brown's letters, I fear that efferson Countians will be faced oy the looming storm clouds ot me rain of backwardness. If one would look back upon me letters written by Mr. Brown, xxe would find only true, honest acts. uould it be that those wtm conaemn one WhO tries to present (acts are trying to cover up their own snort comings? I must request the publisher to print this letter as it appears be- fore him - - - uncut and unedited. Very truly yours, Daniel P. Lutz Jr. THE VICE PRESIDENT Washington May Zo, rod Mr. Max Brown Jefferson Publishing cluOed, an average or 140 peopm lose their lives onmgn- uompany, Inc. way as a result oI automo0 le accidents. Charles Town, West Virginia We urge our readers not to make the mistake of assuming l)ear Mr. Brown: that JUSL because the holiday period is over the danger is Your support of the President's over. We remind hem again and again ,-rod agam, tha oday 1966 Youth Oppo~:mnity Cam- and every day th s mad carnage conunues, without any paign and the support recmved ,rom thousands of otl ers proves special eliorts on tim part ot the National SaIety Council Lo again our country's capacity to call at Lel]Llon LO it. Tim _vlemorlal noliaay is over.. (lea. amte in the solution of a common @ Listed high among the unsung heroes in any high school atMet: program are the school's cheerleaders, who make the news headlines possibly once or twice a year and no more. And unless they happen to be the best, there are no trophies or medals for them at the end of an athletic season. But since the Charles Town High eheerleading squad was rated as tops during the past 1965-66 school term, they did come in for special recognition and also a trophy. And they took their first bow in the spotlight at Petersburg High School the night of March 4 when they were officially named as the best cheerleading squad at the Class.AA Section 3, tournament, their full recognition before their schoolmates did not come until Friday night when they were formally presented the big trophy by their faculty advisor, Mrs. Lorna Frye, at the annual awards banquet held in the school cafeteria In presenting the trophy Mrs. Frye gave individual recognition and praise to each member of both this cheerleading squad and also the Junior Varsity squad. Shown in the above picture with the traphy are four of the five members of the Panther Cheerleader Squad. They are (left to right)-.Patrieia Doyle, Barbara Hunt. Susan League and Charnell Baylor. Karen Marcus, the other member of the squad, was not present when the picture was taken. The Misses Hunt and League are holding the championship trophy they won ai Petersburg. (Photo by Jim Tabb.) Mrs. Carroll Given Surprise Stork Shower A surprise stork shower was given in honor of Mrs. Marque- rite Carroll, Shepherdstown, by Mrs. Martha Palmer, at the home of the honore, on Friday night, May 20th. Many lovely and useful gifts werh received. The gifts were arranged around a baby cradle. Those attending were: Mrs. Jacob These young people, who have been selected by their high school officials as the best tenth grade composition students, will parti- cipate in a variety of activities for two full weeks aimed at enrich- ing their composition back. grounds. The deceased was born in Lu- ray, Va., August 2, 18 , a daugh- ter of the late Newman and Sar- ah Offenbacker Cave. Her huband, H. B. Painter, died in 1955. She i was a member of the Methodist Church of Luray, Va. Surviving are two sons-Irving Victor Hall and Frank W. Hall, both of Kearneysville; two grand- children and six step-sons and step-daughters--Mrs. Mary Stone- berger, Mrs. Virginia Downey and Mrs. Frances Thomas, all of Stan- ley, Va.; and Randolph Painter, Kearneysville; Robert Painter, Charles Town; and Mrs. Matilda Merchant of Ranson; and three brothers-.-Frank, Fred and Ed- ward Cave, all of Stanley, Va. FRED BANKS LLOYD Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p. m. from the Church of God in. Bakerton, for Fred ~anks Lloyd, 48, of Bakerton, who died Tuesday, May 31, in King's Daughters Hospital in Martins- 0urg, following an illness of seven days. The Rev. Herbert Myers, will officiate and burial will be made in Green Hill Cemetery in ,~erryvllle. Bearers will be Carl Pierson, ,tobin Gray, Ralph Diener, Will- .am Miller and Lewis Lloyd. The deceased was born in 3hepherdstown, July 27, 1917, a son of the late Albin Payne and Nannie Gertude Hummer Lloyd. He was employed as a crusher operator for the M. J. Grove Lime Company, Iime Kiln, Md., for many years. He was also a mem- ber of the Church of God of Bak- erton. Surviving are a son, Fred B. Lloyd, Jr., in the U. S. Army, and stationed at Fort Benning, Ga., and a daughter, Mrs. Rach- ael Gertude Hinton, of Reining- ton, Va.; two grandchildren; six sisters---Mrs. Roberta Hough, of Morgantown, W. Va.; Mrs. Evelyn Goodson, Charles Town; Mrs. Vi- ola Chapman, Leetown; Mrs. Frances Singhas, Bolivar; Mrs. Mac Stephens, Shepherdstown; and Mrs. Della Eichelberger, of Bakerton; also three brothers Hugh Lloyd of Harpers Ferry; Robert Lloyd, Morgantown and Clifton L. Lloyd, Harpers Ferry. Miss Darlene M. Ware Graduated Friday From Potomac State College has noc aKen a holiday. x'omem. I know I speak the Saltzman, Mrs. Charles Beard, Mrs -res dent when I say that you lWoodrow Jones, Mrs. Charles Miss Darlene M. Ware, daugh- LCOME NEW READERS! iiave our deep appreciation. IRohrer, Mrs. Yolande Gehri, Mrs.I ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest O. Ware, of Leetown, was graduated Our youth and our nation areI Clarence Wright, Mrs. Betty Zom- MRS. STELLA PAINTER from Potomac State College in WE , being greatly assisted by yourt bro, Mrs. Joseph Walper, Mrs. Funeral services will be held Keyser, in commencement exer- For the past several we, ks, o "large numher of additions were actmn, and I congratulate you on Leonard Moore, Mrs. Ted Mattern! Friday at 2 p. m. from the Mel- cises held Friday, May 27. Miss made to the ever-growing family of readers of The Spirit ot me role you are playing in open- Mrs. Lewis Carroll, Sr., Mrs. Cha- vin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Ware was awarded a degree in Jefferson-Advocate. l?hey are new subscribers who bough mg opportunities to youths. We rles Griffith, Miss EvelYn Mills, ome in Ranson, for Mrs. Stella Associated Arts and Sciences. She are continuing the campaign and, Miss Agnes Calvin, and Miss DeS- Virginia Painter, 77, of Kearneys- plans to continue her education subscripLions to this newspaper keep clo e to local news as I have said we w II work as bie Griffith. The mother-to-be also ville, who died TuesdSy, May 31, next Fall at West Virginia Uni- long as there is work to do.I hope received many useful gifts from in Charles Town General Hos- versity. hat)penmgs and events as well tne many ertisemonts which tins newspaper handles every week. Some of these we can count on you to continue friends who could not attend, pital following a lengthy illness. Her parents motored to Keyser subscribers are cou!]W people while others are people who your excellent support in the Lemonade, ice tea, mints, potatO lTh:dsRte 2 i eHu?: : :f:hep: for the commencement exercises. have just recently moved into this section. We welcome each coming weeks. I would hope, too, chips, strawberry short cake and ice cream were served, i . . ' Miss Ware is a graduate of lal will be made in Rosedale Cem-I Charle Town Hi-*' Sc "o one of you to the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate family and that your satisfaction with your hope that you will enjoy each copy of the newspaper. We also contribution to the future is I etery in Martinsburg. Friends t s ....... welcome your news and suggestions. Please do feel free to equal to my pride in knowing that P t. Ca will be received at the funeral I a.o , call us by telephone if you can not come to our office at there are people like yourself home tonight (Thursday) from] , rcn North George Street in person, or mail your news, or better standing ready to help.Sincerely, ,Completes Baste Tra, nm"/ 7 until 9 p.m. , .......... " still give your items to any, of our twenty county cor- Itubert H. Humphrey II II /il II [1 I respofldents who covet" each and every nook of Jefferson ha- es At Fort Jackson, S. C. County every week. We are always happy to receive-any Mrs. C eb photographs and will always do our best to use them when- Private Caleb F, Burns, Jr., son eve,' possible. Our telephone numbers are easy to remembe i--- 725-2046 and 72o-204q--so call us any time. Welcome, again, and we hope you remain in the Spirit of Jefferson.Advocate reading family for a long, long time. We're so happy to have yOU. Given Bridal Shower of Mr. and Mrs. Caleb F. Burns of Locust Hill Farm, near Char- Mrs. Charles W. D'Angelo of les Town, has completed his basic Halltown, formerly Miss Faye training at Fort Jackson, South Crawford, was honored with a Carolina. And with completion of bridal shower, given by Miss this training he has been assigned Joyce Gageby and Mrs. Danny to the Redstone Arsenal, Red- Moler, at the latter's home, on stone, Alabama, for 14 weeks of Route 1, Harpers Ferry, on Fri- special schooling. His present day evening, May 27th. address is: Pet. Caleb F. Burns, Jr., US52f174204, "ETC," USAMM- CS, Redstone Arsenal, 35809, Ala. Mrs. D'Angelo .received many beautiful and useful gifts. Games were played and refreshments were served. The table was centered with a bouquet of spring flowers and flanked with a 4-tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom, along with punch, cookies potato chips, nuts and mints. A very pleasant evening was enjoyed by all present. Mrs. D'Angelo is employed by Chm'les Town, Harpers Ferr High Students Awarded Scholarships Jerry Prentice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Prentice, Harpers Ferry; Ricky Manuel, son o~ Mr. Halltown Paperboard Company. and Mrs. Howard Manuel, also of Mr. D'Angelo is serving in the Harpers Ferry; Bonnie Minor, U. S. Army and soon leaves for daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Panama for a year. lin B. Minor, Charles Town; and 18 enbrs h- rded Glenn Bradley, son of Mrs. Mary Bradley, also of Charles Town: have been awarded a scholarship to attend a Composition Labora- kholarshh At tory to be held at Shepherd Col- - -- -- --r lege, Shepherdstown, June 13-24. Shepherdstown iti# A total of 18 students, more than one-third of the graduating class at Shepherdstown High School, have been awarded schol- Earle Johnson, a three sports star at Charles Town Itigh School for the past three years, was named Friday night as the school's most outstanding senior athlete at the first annual athletic awards banquet staged in the high school cafeteria. Announcement of the selection of Johnson was made by ! atu'iee Viener an official of the firm of Hyman Viener and Sons of Char- les Town who presented the Joseph Viener Memorial athletic trophy to him Viener said the ward will be provided annually to the school's most outstanding athlete as a memorial to his late brother Joseph, a graduate of Charles Town High School. The above picture shows head football Caoch Kenneth Sims (left) and assistant football coach and head basketball and track coach. William (Bill) Jordan (right) with Johnson, as he re- ceived the plaque. arships, totaling some $16,150, from various colleges and univer- sities, it has ben announced by Priz ciPal Edward B. Rogers. T[ae scholarships were given by Case Institute of Technolo , University of Maryland, Muhien- bery College. Shepherd College and West Virginia University. Those receiving the scholar- ships were: John Grissinger, III, Jeffrey Mauck, Jr., Braun Hamp- stead. Kenneth Lowe, Jr., Robert Carpenter, Gerald Stum, Donald Jones, Clarence Clark, Connie Barron, Karen Shuler, Sharon Fuss, Kathryne Boor, Peggy Cur- rier, Nancy Harris, Cora Lou Fra- ley, Mary Ellen Blue, Margaret Rose Orndorff and Susan Day Read The Spirit-Advocate Attend Church Sunday I ,I -------------T, WE OFFER A FINE SELECTION OF OF ALL KINDS FOR YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD OUR P ICES ARE RIGHT NO FINANCE Or CARRYING CHARGES WE ARE OPEN 7It 8 P, M.-- MOlt.. llflK . Fill. tnd SAT. 7119 P. K CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE- 725-2214 I III III I C L O S E O UT GARDEN SPRAYER NOW WAS 3.49 2.O9 LAWN SPRAYER WAS 3.49 2.09 TRIPLE SPRAYER WAS 5.95 3.57 "S M I T E" PL 1.62 GARDEN INSECTICIDE Qt. 2.37 CRABGRASS CRABGRASS KILLERS PREVENTER 4,17 4.77 FRUIT TREE-SPRAY 1 Vz lb. 1.62 PHONE 725-2002 .... and the cinder" track as he excelled in all three sports. Earle a twin brother of Mearle Johnson, who was also a fine and outstand- ing athlete himself, lettered three years in football, basketball and track and. this year in track he was a member of the school's re- lay track team which went throu- gh without a defeat in regular season competition only to lose out in the state meet. Earle was also one ot the 1965-66 Panther Cage team's leading scorers, with a 12.3 average over a 22-game schedule of regular season and tournament competition. And on the gridiron last season, he was one of the major reasons, the Panther gridmen finished the sea son with a fine 7-3 record. In presenting the trophy Vicner praised the efforts of Johnson on ootball field, ba etball SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1966 LOCAL NEWS-LOCAL PICTURES | We were standing in a news store one day recently and the pleascre of observing the goings and comings of so the store's customers. It j us$ happened that the 'town pai to which many customers were referring, is The Spirit[ Jeffers0n-Advocate, had just reached this particu!ar stand. One customer was overheard to say, "Oh, let s get] 'town paper' and see who's picture is hi today".. Yes ,th_=a true and hundreds of local citizens buy or subscribe to, newspaper regularly in order to see more local picture ] well as read more news happenings about our commu Just last week there was a total of twenty (20) local pictt scattered about on some eighteen pages of the newsp . People not only like to look at the pictures of local happenl and local citizens, but many clip them out and keep them] future reference. It s nice to have something to refer bac and the best way to have this, is a copy of the 'town pal The Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate.. HALLTOWN CHURCH OF GOD Sun a so oo, I Morning Worship-n:00 A M I Evening Evangelistic Service --I 7:45 P.M. I Monday June 6-Friday June I Ii - Cacation Bible School 7:00] [ 9:00 P.M. I Ill--|It In Charles Town, mson, Jefferson County And Surrounding Areas: Regularly -- At The Following Places CHARLES TOWN COLONIAL NEWS-STAND MOFFETT'S PHARMACY PAUL'S SUPER MARKET MILLER'S MEAT MARKET WHITE'S SUPER MARKET PEOPLES DRUG STORE ACME MARKET CONKLYN'S STORE MARKET MANOR S. W. LINK RANSON RANSON GROCERY CO. JOItN'S RESTAURANT SANITARY GROCERY SHEPHERDSTOWN SHEPHERDSTOWN NEWS AGENCY HARPERS FERRY REED'S GROCERY STORE RINALDI'S GROCERY SEXTON'S STORE - R.F.D., Harpers Ferry MARTINSBURG BERKELEY NEWS-STAND NEWTON D. BAKER HOSPITAL BUNKER HILL GROCERY BERRYVILLE, VA. BERRYVILLE NEWS-STAND JEFFE.q t COUNTY WELSH'S STORE - Bakerton STOKES' STORR Bloomery FRITTS' STORE -Mechanicstown JOHNSON'S STORE - Kabletown LEETOWN MARKET. Leetown LOCKE'S STORE - Leetown KEARNEYSVILLE ESSO KearneysVille -- HAVE YOUR COPY RESERVED TODAY -- (At The News Stand Most Convenidnt For You) f r , DON'T LET LUSH PASTURE ROB YOU FEED PEOPLES 16% DAIRY RATION l MADE FRESH DAILY -- DELIvERED BAGGED OR BULK EXTRA SAVINGS FOR YOU WHEN PICKED UP AT MILL IN NEED OF PAINT SEE HUNDREDS OF CUSTOM MIX COLORS--- WHEN YOU USE DuPONT - It's Worth The Work -- PLACE YOUR- COAL ORDER NOW-- AND SAVE ON SUMMER FILL UP FRESH EGGS DAILY -- FROM OUR EGG FACTORY Lg. 43c doz, I CHARLI TOWN, W. VA.