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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE JEFFERSON PUBLISHING CO.~ INC. 210 North George Street o Charles Town, W. Va. Zip Code 25414 i i READ BY MORE THAN 22,500 PEOPLE By H a'y W. Morrow WHEN THE ROAD help but think that. on the mat- William E. Sonseney Named Citizen Of Month At Charles Town High Second Class Postage Paid At Charles Town Postoffice NATIONAL NEWSPAPER MAX BROWN, General Manager DON RENTCIL News Editor --- HENRY MORROW, Assoc. Editor National Advertising Representative, American Newspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Fifth Ave. New York Detroit - Chicago - Atlanta - rasmiso. Los Angeles 'SUBSCRiPTION - $5.00 Per Yr., Plus 15cts. W. Va. Tax For Business, News or Advertising Departments DIAL 725-2046 or 725-2047 THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 196 i A PROPOSED LAW FOR THE MOON AND SPACE Now that Surveyor I has safely landed on the moon, and now thaL space ships are taking off every couple of weeks for trips around the hitherto largely unchartered highways and byways of space, we think it would be altogether ap- propriate for the United Nations (for want of any known people in the worlds beyond) to enact an ordinance of the sort that is not uncommon on the planet earth, but which has been by and large ignored. We proposesuch an ordinance; --, BE IT ORDAINED that effective June 1, 1966, iv snmJ be unlawful for any space traveler, mechanical or human, or animal, to willfully discard, deposit, or otherwise dispose of, while enroute or stationary, any trash, debris, garbage, beer c ns, newspapers, clothing pop bottles, cigarette butts, paper cartons or containers, or any material or substarme whatsoever commonly designated as trash or refuse, any point or points either in space or on the surface of any other planet or star unless the same be deposited in receptacles to be provided by the inhabitants of earth for that purpose. AHEAD IS UNCERTAIN No one can travel up and down and over and across the vast com- plex of national highways that presently connect this nation with out marveling at the engineering genuis that designed them. It is now possible to go from Boston to Miami. from New York to San Francisco, or any or all of the points in between, virtually non- stop. But there's one great big catch: you've got to know where you're going and you~e got to know what to do when you over- shoot the proper exit. There's the rub! Pass the exit by or lose sight of your goal and for all intents and purposes you're on a dead end street, moving but going no- where. There's a message in this, it seems to me, for the President of the United States and for the State Department, and for the Uniterl Nations as well. We've passed the era when it was proper to say with Thomas Marshall that all this country ~eeds is a good five-cent cigar. What this country needs now is some good, sound travel advice on what to do when it gets lost, for lost we are whether we care to admit it or not. Take Vietnam, for example. The bog gets deeper and deeper. The back-seat drivers are all con- founded and confused, with one bunch hollering to hit the accele- rator towards escalation and another bunch s h o u t i n g louder and louder to turn around and go back. So what should the President, who is at the wheel do? The signs on the road clearly say you can't make a U Turn, even when you're sure you're going in the wrong direction, so turning back is out of the quest- ion. And yet to keep on pressing ter of Vietnam, both the hawks and the doves unduly restrict the options. The hawks say we can't turn back. and they are right. But there are three hund- red and sixty degrees on the compass, and turning back is only one of them. It doesn't nec- essarily follow that if you can't turn back the only other course is straight ahead. It could well be that both sides are wrong, and Jefferson :Taycees will host a reg- ional Jaycee meeting in Charles Town on Sunday, June 12, at the American Legion Hall. Several high ranking Jaycee dignitaries are expected to be on hand, in- cluding Jim Frittno, State Pres- ident, Joseph House. Region VII, State Vice President, Aaron Zim merman, West Virginia National Director and representatives from the other four chapters of Region VII: Martinsburg, Keyser, Rom- hey, and Moorefield. South Jefferson Ruritan Club Has Ladies' Night Shady Rest Restaurant The South Jefferson Ruritan Club held a Ladies Nite at the Shady Rest Restaurant on the 16th of May. slipping popularity of the Pres- ment, ~he will receive advanced ncil were: Leonard Moore with ident in :he past si) we .ks~ttests training in the military subjects 102 votes; James Muncey, 79, Any person violating the provisions of this ordinance, either ahead when you don't know where to the fact that there is doubt he has been studying at school, votes Wade Banks, 108 votes and personally or vicariously, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor the road will take you seems about where we are going. I pay Cadets are trained in various George Colbert, 105 votes. Also and may be punished by being compelled to thoroughly equally foolish. So what do you no attention to Senator Morse subjects wihch will provide them re-elected was W. W. Hammond, police not less than one or more than five miles of any public do? It seems odd to me that no when he says we should turn or private road on the planet Earth. one has bothered to suggest the back, because the road back has with the skills necessary to com- city recorder. Enough said! ! ! third alternative: that it is time already been washed out. And I mand. On completion of the ROT The fifth seat on the Council for us to pull off to the side of try to listen to the President C program, graduates may receive was won by Mrs. Donald Smith, AUVI'~i~"-~'~ the road and take a lookatwhere when he says the only way is commissions as second lieuten, with 67 votes. John W. Harris NEW'APEX we are and then see where we straight ahead. But I do wish the ants and may choose any branch and Joe Walper, polled 62 and 58 would like to be and then figure President would stop long enough of the Army. votes respectively in their bids Cadet Moler is a 1963 graduate for a seat on the Council. We were talking to a local merchant one day last week and out the best way of getting there, to tell me whether or not he has of Charles Town Senior High Write-in ballots were also cast the subject of advertising came up. We talked and discussed not from where we started out fully considered all the other School. He is a member of Alpha for Russell White, Jack Orndorff, the subject of advertising, pro and con for fully a half hour but from where we are. I cannot alternatives. , Gamma Tau Fraternity. Helen Link, Walter Knott, K. W. " ~' ' l when all of a sudden, our frmnd stud, ttere s the way I loo Eutsler, John Link, Robert Cola- at newspaper advertising' T stp advertising is t stp twn' Md" was the speaker fr t wer arrangements f iris spring IH ;~---~~ greeting my old friends and at the sN e time, I stop m .king the evening church services on flowers. Mrs. Hendricks has coll- Jeff 's0n 'T0 ton and Mr. John Handzo. Sunday. ' ected interesting ~ val~l~Ible new ones.".. Pretty well said, I'll be| e you'll As we Mr. and Mrs. Don White and lamps for a number of years. Have Installation arper walk neared the conclusion of our interesting chat about adver- family motored to Elkton, W. Va., These and the handsome china rising, we pointed out to our friend that the total retail sales on Sunday morning May 29th and and glass in the dining room caus Amateur Sh0w T0 Be Held alone in Jefferson County for 1964 were $21,995,000. "Are you getting your share ?" we asked. "Wouldn't it pay YOU to azlvertise in The Spirit of Jefferson.Advocate regularly, which now features it's large t and most thorough coverage of this entire trading area. ? Are you missing out on some of the vast retail sales which are being made here and all over Jefferson County every day ? You can correct this, you know...\ ..... Johns Island, South Carolina 29455 June I, 1966 Dear Max: Will you be so kind as to start sending the Spirit to John, who is now back from Korea and wilt be stateside but still in the ser- vice for the year to come. Kindly send the bill to me at the add- ress above - am not sure of your present sub~ription rate. John's address is: Sp/4 John L. Fairbairn RA 13792229. Box 1591 Vini Hill Farms Sta. Warrenton. Ya, 22186 Kindly send the ~lJapers to him directly, and I will submit our check as soon as we receive your bill. We receive the SPIRIT regular ly, and find it a wonderful help keeping up with the latest news from the county. We are enjoying our place on John's Island and sincerely hope you and your fam- ily are in the best of health. Sincerely, Charlotte (Fairbain) Crouch Mrs. Pauline Ott where he was a medical patient. We wish him a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. George Milton of Charles Town were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiley on Me- morial Day. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wiley and daughter, of Charles Town, were Sunday visitors of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson and fa.mily of Maryland were re- cent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mil- lard Ott and daughter, Kathy. iwr: ~nd Mrs. Roy Pulse and family of Middleway were Sunday visitors of the latter's mother; Mrs. Mary Cline. Mrs. Nellie eden and grand- daughters, Lisa eden and Dianne Ott were recent visitors of Mrs. Myrtle V~filt at Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs Theodore Ott and daughter. Ssuie were shoppers in Winchester, Va., on Saturday. Mrs. Patsy Davidson and daugh- ter. MiSty and son, Jimmy of Jef- ferson Village near Leetown were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott and daughter, Kathy. Mr. and Mrs. George P0tts and family, of Fairfax, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ebert of Falls Church, Ya. Mrs. Rosebud Cox and Mr. Steve Bradley of Charles Town were recent Visitors of Mrs. Lucy Penwell. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Harding Of Martinsburg were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott and daughter, Kathy. J ,H mH Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Hospital Patient Mrs. Ada Cogle is a patient in the Charles Town General Hospi- tal where she has been very ill. We join in praying that Ada will soon be feeling better. Mr. and Mrs. George Renner and children of Hagrestown, Md. were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Don White and family. were visitors with relatives there. Enroute home they stopped off in Wiley Ford and visited the for- mers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nor- man White and family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart and Arlene were Saturday even- ing guests with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ever hart in Dargan, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spitler and three children of Baltimore, bid. motored up on Thursday evening and spent until Saturday evening with the latter's mother Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and son Arn- old. Mrs. Esther Spitler and three children were guests on aSturday with her daughter and small son Mrs, Nancy Boyd in Ranson. Mrs. Ethel Buzzard, Mrs. Juan ita Buzzard and daughter were visitors on Thursday with Mrs. Nancy Boyd in Ranson. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Staubs of Mannings, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cook of the Bloomery were Sun- day evening guests with their me- ther Mrs. Elsie Cook and family. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grove mote red to Morgantown on Tuesday and brought their 4 month old daughter home from the hospital there after being a patient for two weeks Rev. Hoover of Hagerstown, Md. was a visitor on Thursday at sev- eral homes in our community. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and children of Brunswick, Md. were Sunday guests with the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. ROd. gets and family. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and family were Sunday evening visi~rs with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapman in Middleway. _ i,J , i Moler's Community Home Demonstration Has Friendship Tea The Moler's Home Demonstrat, ion Club held its annual Friend- ship Tea, Thursday at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hendricks. Shenandoah Junction. Each member of the Molers Club invited one of two guests. Every one enjoyed visiting with each other and renewing old friend- ships. There were people who had not seen each other for thirty years. Sixty-six women signed the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and guest book. They came from Cha- daughter Susan, Mrs. Elsie Cook rles Town. Martinsburg, Shepherd were Sunday afternoon guestsgrown and the surrounding com, with Mrs. C. W. Lloyd and Miss munities. Nannie Beaver in Boyce, Virginia Mrs. Hendrick's lovely old home Re. lio0ver of lingers- was decorated wlth beautifgl rio. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1966 Everyone is welcome to enler, please help to make the Sidewalkt Amateur Art Show as much of aI success as it has been the last/ two years. For futher information | call Betty Lou Cavalier, Harpers[ Ferry. | 203 EAST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. OPEN - 6:30 A.M. -- (FiA) E - 5:30 P. M. Student Recognition Day will be observed Sunday, June 12, at Asbury Methodist Church, corner of North Charles and North Streets. The college students will have charges of the 11 o'clock service. Those who will be tak- ing part are Marion Merchant, Judy Magaha, Ronald Widmyer, Mildred Daiiey, Pamb Conrad, Charles Moler and Jane Mullen. The morning message will be What Does It Mean To Be A Christian," and will be given by Pam Conrad and Charles Moler. At this service, fifteen of the young people who were high school graduates will also be hen- ored They are Margaret Byrer, Russell Lee Cave, Linda Coulter, Betty Jean Dawson, William Fra- zier, Jeannine Gruber, Michael Hankins, James Heflebower, Chester Hines, David Howard, Barbara Hunt, Thomas Kern, Re. hecca Nerhood, Martha Welch and Ronald Propst. Among those to be honored will be two of our college graduates of Shepherd College, Mildred Dailey and Paige Shoemaker Chapman. Also three students who are grad- uates, or will be graduates, of the West Virginia Beauty College at Martinsburg, Patricia Heflebower, Sandy Bennett and Linda Small- wood. Along with tl~ese students to be honored will be a graduate Of Monroe Business College at Winchester, Va., Pamela Demory. At this service the youth will act as greeters and ushers for the morning. Cadet Charles Mohler, Jr. Dinner Saturday Night Tile Jefferson Jaycees will hold their 15th annual installatmn oan quet on Saturday, June 11, at the Rib Room in Charles Town, a social hour will be served begin- ning at 6:00 p. m. with a steak dinner at 7:00 p.m. Ron Evans, Jaycees Chairman of the affair announced that tickets are avail- able at $3.00 per person form all Jaycees. The local chapter hopes to have the newly elected State President Jim Frittno of Parkersburg as the featured speaker. Exhauster Rooster, Preston Merchant will "emcee' the evening. Ellis Williams, Past Jaycee Pres ident, also announced that the Sunday Noon To 6 p: m. The Harpers Ferry Third Ann- ual Sidewalk Amateur Art Show will be held on the premises of Stewart's Antique Shop on Camp Hill, Sunday June 12, 1966; from 12 to 6 p. m. for the benefit of the Bolivar Civic Association. Anyone interested in showing will please bring entries to the grounds between 11 a. m. and 12 noon. All paintings must be tag- ged with the owner's name and the price of the picture. Any medium is acceptable - oil, pastel, charcoal, waaer color, pen and ink, etc. Framing not necess- ary. PEOPLES 16 DAIRY 4-H CALF FOR LOW COST... let us mix your milking ration| IT'S TIME NOW TO PLAN ~FOR YOUR FEED NEEDS--- See Us Now Before You Harvest Your Grain---Ask About Our GRAIN BANK And MIXING SERVICE. To Attend Reserve Officer Training At Indiantown Westminster, Md. (AttTNC) -- Cadet Charles F. Moler, Jr., 21, aoa of Mr. snd Mrs. Cltarles F. Fhone 725-2002 --Charles Town, W. Va. OFFEI S A FINE SELECTION 'OF GIFTS (INCLUDING LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE RINGS). .... AND NUMF]ROUS O I2"IER GIFTS Merchandise Always Coming Out Of Pawn YDISR CREDIT IS GOOD OUR PRICE'S ARE RIGHT NO FINANCE OR CARRYING CHARGE OPEN Til 8 - MeN. Thru THUES. FRI.. :SAT. Till 9 P. M. 112 W. WASHINGTON STREET C ARLES TOWN, W. VA. --- PHONE 725.2214 Now, for prized horses... a new, prize feed t IiO EED ' SUPER HORSE FEED To help your horses develop and maintain sound con- dition, handsome haircoat, gtmd ey- and spirited stamina feed them Red Rose SUPER HORSE FEED. It includes proper amounts of vitamins A, D, E, Ribo- flavin and B complexes.. PLUS linseed meal, processed corn, and crushed oats-steamed to increase digestibility --distillers grains, cane molasses, dextrose and others. Fed with normal amounts of ood hay and water Red Rose Super Horse Feed brings out the best that's bred into your horses. Phone 725.2002--Charles To vn, W. Va. I il i Asbury Church Sunday Day To Be Observed At Student Recognition Mr. and Mrs. Donald eden and daughters, Donna and Gale Ann and sons, Guy and Frankie of Ba- kerton, were recent visitors Of the former's mother, Mrs. Nellie eden and son, Billy. Mr. Millard Ott returned to his home on Thursday from the Charle Town General Hospital Penwell was demonstrator and Mrs. Ellen Biggs won door prize. Hostess to Stanley Party Mrs. Margaret Hostler was hostess to a Stanley par~y on Fri- day at her home. Those attending were Mrs. Mary Ott of Charles Town, Mrs. Lucy Penwell, Mrs. Bessie Penwell, Mrs. Mary Appill, Mrs. Ellen Biggs. Mrs. Arietta ed much interest. Coffee. punch, cakes, party sand wiches, mints and nuts were serv- ed in the dining room. The club members who acted as hostesses were: The president, Mrs. Abner Hockensmith, Mrs. H. K. Moler, Mrs. Robert Knott, Mrs. Sam Donley Jr. and Mrs. Norman Gea- ry, Mrs. Eweli Hendricks, dau- ghter-in-law of the hostess also helped. that in our preoccupation with On a short business meeting who is right and who is wrong we Martin Glaize of Middleway was PLENTY OF are not stopping to consider the inducted in the club with the three hundred and fifty eight usual formalities. other possible courses. Some may Caleb Burns, Chairman of the DONUTS - BUNS - COOKIES be northeast or northwest andL WILLIAM E. SENSENEY Bloodmobile visit urged the re- some may be southeast or south-] The Gordon Eismon Chapter of cruiting of blood donors to en- CAKES And PIES west, and it may no longer be[the National Honor Society of able Jefferson County to meet true that a straight line is the Charles Town High School has the quota. The Bloodmobile will shortest distance between two I announced that William E. Sen- be here June 16th - - - - : points. But the only way to find I seney, son of Mr. and Mrs. James One of the clubs main fund out is to pull over to the side of lE. Senseney, has been elected raising activities the annual the road and stop and think. Citizen of the Month for May. chicken barbecue will be held at ~..l,,~..n~r~uwr"( BEAUTY SHOP This is not an effort to say Bill, a senior, has been on the the Jefferson Co. Community cen that the course we are on ini Student Council for three years ter June llth reported by Hollins Vietnam is absolutely wrong. Who i and is presently serving as its Randoip barbecue chairman. 'Phone HiHsboro, Va. --- 668-5587 can really know? It is however,] President. He is a member of the Profits from the barbecue are an effort to say that when there lKey Club, the Science Club, and used in the Middleway, Summit is so much doubt about it, it isI has been on the Rambler staff. In Point, Rippon and Kabletown time to stop and weigh the matteri his junior year, Bill served as areas for various youth needs. ~nd carefully consider all the ]class treasurer. He has been on SPEflALS ON COLD WAVES FOR JUNE ONLY Other roads before starting out I both the football and track teams C~S again. It may even be, by some I In the community, Bill is a Claren odd coincidence, that we are onlmember of the Zion Episcopal $15.00 Wave- $12.50 $10.00 Wave- $8.50 the right course but until the[ Church where he serves as a Jun- passengers are a little more cer-]iorLayReaderandanAcolite.He Re-Elected Mayor By $12.50 Wave- $10.50 $ 7.50 Wave- $6.50 tain of it the driver owes themI is also an Eagle Scout and a mem more explanations that he has soiber of the Jefferson County $hepherdst0wn Voters far chosen to give. Let's face it:lYouth Center. there are few people in this/ Shepherdstown's Mayor Claren- We are now equipped to do Wigs and Hairpieces country who want to keep a/ Meier, Charles Town, will attend ce Wright, who was unopposed Of All Types straight course in Vietnam, even-Reserve Officer Training Corps Tuesday in seeking re-election to if it be an abstractly right course, summer camp at Indiantown Gap, that post, led the light voting in ~~'.~".~.S'~'.,~J~.~'~~.,~ - _ _ - _ _ - - - a if it is going to lead to atomic Pa., starting June 18. He is a stu- the municipal election with 128 Armageddon. Such a terminal dent of Western Maryland Cob votes. would, of itself, indeed, prove it lege, Westminster, Md. Also re-elected" with Mayor to be the wrong course. But the During the six-week encamp- Wright to the Shepherdstown Cou slipp] ~g pol)ular.ty of th(~ Pres- ident in the past six weeks attests