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] Two births also occurred Mon. I }day, June tg, a daughter. Sherry Wil Be N0 6r :e l SPiRrr oF FFV.RSON ::~,:~:~ ~!,:~.~:~, ~i..,~:~:~::~[I FRye, born to Mr and Mrs. Geo- iI ~'~ii!~!'ii:' ::~!~:~ ~'~:'i ~r~i'~!!~i~ ~" ~:~i~i!~!~!!~__ rue J" Bagent; a daughter was P 0d On Licenses wEsl VI~GINJ^'S OLDEerr NEWSPAP~'R i~::i!;:ii~!~i~i~!ii~!::~!i~!i~i~!lrq born to Mr. and Mrs Elmer D. /were: Mary Ellen Hendricks, Nan Fire Company grounds, CHARLE:S "OWN. W. VA. Q ~ii~!;~:~::~:!~!~:~i~i~;?:~:~i Z " Icy Henderson, Cindy Miller, Nan-]and Saturday, June 23rd - _ ~~ Three births also occurred on GLENN G. GARDNER [ k Nuckols, West Virginia ...... Commissioner of Motor Vehicles ' [ ~ ~~:~= Tuesday, June 20, a son, Joel IcY Blue, Carol Skinner, Nancy On- [beginning at 7:30 P. M. [bourn Donna Myers, Dave Derr, [ The high school band day~ralvI~:sjr~rel~denrer~ ~nr said this week there will definite BI=ST MEDIUM OF ADV~'RTISING ~l~-~~:-_~.!' _ ~,. Bartley, 2d, born to Mr. and Mrs. [Darrell Parsons, Charles Macon-[direction of C. C. Arms FOR REACHING THE BUYING I~DWER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY AND ALLt ~ll~/[~~~~ ~l~ Joel B. Newby, Ranson; a daugh- " "~ ': _: ; ..... ly be no extension of the 1960-61 [aughey, Danny Horney, Roger |festivities on Friday at' Ser,%n r Tr mr:; automobile license plates beyond SURROUNDING AREJ~B FOR MORE THAN 1|6 YEAaB. I ml~~:~':~ ter, Theresa Ann was born to t [Frye, Ronnie Willingham, Robert |with a concert to be he m ...,, mm " " - I i Keller, Barry Mills. Other guests [Fire Company grounds.. REJ~ &VVKRV WE~rK BY MoRE THAN | , Mr. and Mrs. Wendell L. Wflhams " ' , midnight June 30. resident of the county winch oc- In other words on July 1 there -- 20~ Pt~l~lq_~ -- ]JEFFERSON VS MARX: Part 4 of Brunswick, Md.; and a daugh. I- -'n i. ........ .~ ....... lincluded Mrs. Arlene Morrison / All proceeds from B~ _ - ....~ ......... [ In the last installment of this]ter Debra Lynn, was born to Mr. l~est~'~i/~n~aU~ieense a~a~esW~u~[and son Freddie, Mr. and Mrsland profits from refi ~-m.lSHE~ EVERY TH ....... Iserms an effort was made to point nd Mrs Wflham R. Burch of ~the will all be -reenand whi e/Charles Dudley, Mrs Ida Ferrell tare earmarked for un~ -v THE am~ PUre.rollING COMPANY mC lout that communism professes to ummtt Point. Y ~ "t an " " [~T,,.,L-.|o ~+_.~ / d daughter Jamce ,Mrs. Betty/band The association 1 aZCON~ aAU ~nrAG~ PAre AT HAm.U TOWN. W. VA. [have as its goal the establishment[ Surgical patients admitted to ]" a 'o ers'who have not re [Padgett and daughter Sandra, Mr. [plans for ordering of " ~ .__ [of a better social order for the the hospital were: Mrs. Lana Free health reasons since his dischar./ceived a--lication for -i nse" land Mrs. Earl Chapman, Mr. and lforms in July with an, IIPIRIT E~TAE/ISHKO 11144 " -- ADVOCATE ESTABLISHED Ie88 [whole world, and that anything Iman, Mrs. Betty Fisher, Mr. Er- ge from the Armed Forces after [should coPPtact the DMw ~e~n-eas/Mrs" Edwin Southard, Reba and ]September delivery. ' COMBINED MARCH ~. la4a |that can be done to bring this a-Inest Blackford, City; Mr. Clifton World War IT, he had been a pc-lintel. " ......... " [Joan Ryman. There were also con | Ralph M. JoI~l ,/bout. is automatically_ "ri~ht'~ in tG.M Kelican, Mille[lie; Mrs. Phyllis tient in the VA Hospital only the / Nuckols a-ain reminded that li |gratulations sent to Kay by some ] Band Boosters/[ MAX EROWN, EDITOR /the lexicon of the communist. . Viands, Ranson; Master Lewis past six weeks. [cense a,~-li~tors must be accom" [who could not attend the party. |_ , ,-------~----~ OFFICE NORTH GEORGE S'rREET -- TELEPHONE ,a~ [When we understand this we are O. Lloyd, Bakerton; Master Nor- He was a veteran of both World/,,a-io,~ ....... ...... ~.. ,.~ |Those were: Phyllis Thompson,/RJrnnfmn Har rl " ]well on the road to understanding |man E Mumaw, Harpers Ferry; War~ /," ..... a v ........ v-v~,~-~a -,~, ~a,,..~ v..,+ ~ .... c,.,,,...~- ~ ,.--,--,,,,,,,~ ,,,,l~,,,, N~TIONAIr ADYERI"IIING ~IqRII~rNTAT|VIF~I [the whole communist apparatus |Miss Katherine W. DeHaven, Sum His survivors in addition to his [- HeexDlained the de"artment ]glas Fieger, Nelson Southard and | Acting Sunerintende~ w~Em.v NkWSPAmm RmmmmNTaTIVES. INC. |and virtually every act done in its [mit Point; Miss Laura E. Allen, sister are a sister-in-law Mrs J lhas bee~ f ~ ~ .~ .... IRuth Miller IH Kisslin- ~-; ....... ^~ " orce co recurs a,/va ' . $, xa_ tl-pt f ,04 v, rr. Av~mu,. N,W YOn, ,a, N.V. |name This also helps us under-|Master Dennis N. Gaylord, Ran- Ff::k Ga~dnn:rhand m nt~mber,,o!/applications because the tax re./.Refreshments of cake, potato/~' Monument, announi ATLANTA C. ICAiO [[)K'~IT LOll AN G ~el,dFJ - - - [stand" why many people embrace [son; Master Richard W. Hahn, it.. v .... "/ceipt was not enclosed. /cmps, coca corn were enjoyed by lthat two bids were rec .... lit - - - |Knoxville, Md. y. / /all. Many nice gifts were received ted for contracts to fur~ A~. suucm~,o~ o~v~ n, v.~ mA~ A~ SU~ VO a% CONllU.~. I "-- ....... I Medical atients admitted e I Although it was not known Mon/mm ~, ~ H ^ ]by Kay and she thanks everyone land to reroof the Harp~ SAl. l TAg. BUIICmllrl'lON Ila O hR YIJ R IN ADYANCK. / "me naru core ot me uommun- I P w re .... , . fist Party is made up of a group of]Miss Rose M. Grove, Harpers day when the services, will be In. I. ~,aunman une I again for taking part in her par. l A contract to furnis~ M"Mmm o~, "rNk /hard-boiled opportunists whose :Ferry; Mrs. Virgie L. Howell, held, it was reported they will be | ]ty [feet of oak hardwoo~ at the VA Hospital in New Mex./~t u#_* m u~,,. ~ " ' __ - N AT I O N A |primary aim is not the establish. Mr. Cecil Berry, Shenandoah Jan [co and b " " " T was awarded the Bow~ __ t EDITORIAL |ment of a better world order but [ction; Mrs. Lula R. Maxwell, Man- urml will be in the hos [U mnnen In IBENEFIT FOR FRIENDSHIP [Comnanv Frederick I Iit[ rg v0J, e ~[~ [is a group that is only interested ter Donald M. Hough, Mr. Albert pital cemetery /== -- ., . . . [FIRE COMPANY JUNE 23, 24 ]the contract to reroof t~ B= LC'r'Jf'rO"T" L Ik', I~l~i~ ]in using the theory of commun- D. Newlin, Mr. Carroll L Jones ~E /m~are week t,onTest [ [House was awarded Bo~ " _ - "" - - " ___ , ~ |ism as a vehicle to personal pow- '~Ranson; Mrs. Sadie E. Milton, Mr. " / [ The Harpers Ferry High School |cators, Inc., Hagerstown; [er. In this group can be placed Creamer L. Gracey, Mrs. Virginia Services were held Sunday at 2 / The National Retail Hardware [Band Boosters Association is spon/contracts were awardcdl [such men as Tito, Khruschev, Sta [ G. Ruble, Little Connie S. Ness- [ p., m. at the Melvin T. Strider Col [Association nan announced that [soring BINGO at the Friendship sis of lowest bids. ~. Thursday, June 22 1961 /lin, to name but a few. It is naive leroat, Mr. Wesley W. Custer, onial Funeral Home in Ranson |H. T. Cauffman, Harpers Ferry, / - .... ~ ' [to think that men Of this sort em City; Mr. J. Phillip Creamer, Sum for Otho C. Engle, 64, a self-em- [W. Va. is one of 659 national prize ] p---~'-~ ~brace Marxism in its absolute mit Point; Mr. Willis S. Gregory, sP~OcYe2n tr~ck~r O:oth~ M~Mms~.on/winners in the annual irha Hard-[ EGoodrich] ~lVl| WAD (~141~)W~A(~l: form. All of these men are basi- Baltimore; Mrs. Annie V. Clegg, $1[Ib l~lUll ~l~lmvl~Pl~ . cally fascist at heart, but never-iHalltown; Mr. Willis E. Skinner, " .....y, .o ~ea/ware Week contest, sponsored by I J I-, * v '. rnursaay, June ~o in weston zou , . . 23,000 Independent hardware /J i [theless intelligent enough to rea-~Shepherdstown; Mr. Wendell E. owing a lengthy illness. The Rev. [stor~ VaH~ T-l~rrl..... r' ..... ] ncea as tow as We congratulate the promoters of the Civil War Show-Ilize that the aims and goals of Whittington, Rippon; Mrs. HildaI ................. Arthur W. Beahm and the Rev. /present...................... the award, which" is u.1 pairW"~ / other FIRST LINE TIRES case at 1-iarpers Ferry on their successful opening last week I fascism can never attract a world R. Stickles, Kearneysville. w mya omcmtea ann ourmi Tr " : ...... i. ue Temper Grass Shears Top [ ~'OU up to ~ ~m Im and wish for them continued success. [audience as communism does. ! -- ,WaSne m ..... 'leasanz view ememry "[prizes- m" the Hardware Week!" - o nnmm m The Showcase can provide two useful functions in the These, however, are not the[' ar Mal~lnsourg. JHappy Home Values Sale contest[ - ~a~BBDL~ community. It can serve to better acquaint the peoples [ only people who may.have a ten- II 1= ~ qP 1= I~ ~ Born in the Mr. Mission section [were 3 fully equipped Rambler l ~, ~ w m~- m~ Ofhasthisall reareaady beenWith donetheirm" greatthls, regardhistricalm" theheritage'past through IMuch [.dency,sm. Theret lean sa towamSanotherrd houldcmmun" ]group be[a ........ I. r I 1 r K t eptat10 l:96es he aWn S l el On [American Super Sedans. [ the the Chamber of Commerce sponsored project at the local[s i t: t emf:tellec :a ls cannot I ... qP(~ ql~][-iI.~ === l~eL~nrgerfbet~m Efsglme'b~yeo~V~o~ [Brooke Bhckbtd At I z court house, through the Harpers Ferry Park officials and Idistlnguish between what com-I I' /1 m , , mm l. I#IPlNi''PJIlr projects they have sponsored, and through a number of [munism really is and what it] I~ h I T Church. , other civic organizations and groups. But it is a matter l promises to be. It would be unfair I L in I / U a Surviving are: his wife, Mrs. C. Of Co hstlt te At [Mary S. Sngle, at home; seven |, [ Ii~7"lliIW I~ : about which it would be difficult to do too much [to say that these people, to coin] children-Mrs. LeRoy Alger, Mrs. U " * introducing" " the The second area in which the Showcase will provide a [a phrase, are ignorant intellec. I William BreedeR, Millard C., Nel-[ nnversnty North Car01nna ] useful service to the community is that it will serve as a tuals. A better definition of them [ West Virginia Press son O., Matthew and Russell En- ] Brooke B" / ~v~c, vv, .P~xx~J..~t~o~ v~-.,~ ; further attraction for tourists to come into this area. In J!s. that. they. are ~mprac.uca~ meal| Associ~+;o,. ~le Harriers ~ .... m ~. c,~,,;,~ I xackford, executive | ~ . .... ~ he "ant de -ae there ha a- ;...... ;.............~sts wno smcerety neneve corn-/ ........ H En-le Ranson" th .... ,o...~.aa | ecretary of the Jefferson County ] I I l I I W . .. ~,, 1-' ~ o ~ ,,,~ ,, ,,,~,~ao~u~ ~~o~ ~.~,,,;~,~ ,~on ~o~h~,~,~ h,~ ,,,,,~ ;n / ~toom z ~arun Hall ~ , , -~ o~v-~,,,,,, nChamber of C ........ " .... ~ ~ - ......................... " ~'~ thetourists industry to our area and the Showcase is a' )e;te'r mo'](l~r'woVeve'ntsifi'mod [ Morgantown, W. Ott, Harpers Ferry, |U ..... ~y~m~e is ac ~ne [ * 0r ju Rt 2, Hershel Ott, Baltimore, Md mvers~y oz ~orm t:armina mis ~::~i~ ~i..'.~ .... X- EC [ipt another example of putting our assets to their best [ern history have served to disen-[Max Brown, Editor -. "-"-: ........ :/week attending the second year | ::~::!~ ~. SO I ~[Se. [chant the intellectuals with com- ]Spirit-Advocate ~tooer~ James, lvmivme; zo granu ......... ~ ~i~!~ ~::iiii~ FAMOUS FOR Tun(lamental course at me lnstit- : X~ 1 lh This newspaper is always happy to support and endorse munism. The first was the Hitler Charles Town, W. Va. children; one great grandchild; lute for ........ [ I . %FET urganlza~lon Management ,~ brojects of this type. We have long believed that the/Stalin pact of 1939 which set the [Dear Max: three great great grandchildren; [be[n- ~.~,n ,,,...^ / :~ "r:rt[' urist industry repl-esented our greatest gold and we are Jstage for World War II and the[ I have been meaning to drop three sisters-Mrs. Mary Ott, Ran-| _g n.......... / " J . ll l; son" Mrs Geor e D'llow Har ers rnis second year course is open ~- bnn it In o second was the brutual suppress you a note to tell you how sorry ' " g ~ ' P o ~ppy to see those who labor in an effort to "g" 't [ ....... "[I am .... Ferry, Rt. 2; Mrs. Thomas Dillow, [.nly to those who completed the [ P~i] ~" ~l A Ufir community [ion oy me ~tussians of me ~iun- |not to nave nad a chance to Charles Town; and" two brothers- Ifirst year course last year, The 1 "~' g ] ~:.ii] *& .~ ust a r talk wlth OU more at the Outln.~ re r r remaining tread ag ~arian Freedom Fighters j ' Y " I few years ago. These two events ,When I got loose from the crowd Raymond and Charlie Engle of ]course of study includes Commun / the commumst in the dram room I found ou Charles Town. Uity Analysis, Industrial Activities, | X/ J ~ ~1 I [n~L~VT~i " were costly to " " ! g Y ]Market and Trade Development,/ ~ n ~ ~i~ ,~ Iid'tlllll~ MORE FOR YOUR MONEY movement for the plain and sim- had left. Im always on pins and ISAAC H. STRIDER [Ethics of the Profession, Office | !~ ~:i~ ~- ~IUUB . , ple reason that in each case the needles until each event of every ............ [Management; Membership Conner 1 !iiii~ * [:D[:F v,~,, ,~t M~. ~h~n ,~,~,~,h~,~a;~,~ ~~p ~r,~,~. ,.~,~,~,r who,, mask of idealism was torn away program is over and it is not until ~saac ti. ~trmer, an, a nauve ot ]ration (~nnf~mnn.... 117' ..... ;-,~ | i~~ ~ IIll~. ..~ ...... ..~__ [~-, .tvz~tlla~UlllUll U ~,JUllllllUIllC ~ LIOl], | i tY~ut SHOPakA/hHo~nOoM-Er- l~avW[adPe~vdeU~. '~r:VerYouPra~ko~nge can~mmneW~'as'~real~y"is." ..... I'al~so"want'e~l't~o'express further t;oumythe LeetOWnana weuSeCtinKnownf Jefferson I Tim ~nar- Publicity " ....................... and Public Rely,;-"~ l[ ,* , = , = ~ ****'4. Y ( ) Y - There are two other ~roups that appreciation for your splendid edi les Town and the county died an- and Advanced Visual Aids .,u,~, | ", . .~~l~ town stores are EXTRA benefits for you and your falmily, can be attracted to c~mmunism torial. When I received the enclos expectedly Thursday evening, " | I By octuo! tes~, new ~ "~F .~ Not only do you get good value in "merchandise for every unless we offer'them something ed (reproduction) letter this mor June 15 at the home of a friend ~ u Pm . . I ~ [ SilvertoWn Big Edge ~#~flE ,,~ dollar you spend, but part of every dollar stays right here better than they p~'esently have. ning Iout for justthm notedecided to take time in Wheeling, W. Va. MISS ~ay ~nepnara ns I ' i " in your hometown, where it can help make this a better They are the underprivileged peo . ! _ Strider, who had not been ill, J I ^,..6 .... ,,:A.~ ribs " 01 r of ecca Mccoy the wife of place in which to live. Taxes to maintain local schools, ple in every nook and corne B " " had gone to the home of a friend whe'~e~ ;'l~e"'~ximumL B parks and other civic services . . . contributions to sup- the globe who can be easily per- ~UCeanMaC~Oy, sec.-mgr, of the to take he and his wife ton con- Honored At Birthday [ weur isl You get foster PL~SA2:~M2nN~u/ port local churches, hospitals, youth activities, etc., must suaded that any sySteemn~S bl~atteer CNR "is theirSSb:S~:::tiaf~ilaa~de cert that evening, suffered an at: w -- ,, _ , .ram / starts, better stopping ~"~"You'~e~'iuTI aTIov come in a large part from local businessmen Much of than.the one we pre ly . .~; e~u .................. tack at the friends home and rwv 5amraav IIIn~ 11 I power, mo oadt a- .'' . u ~,va,~ L U, OUrW ",F ..... ,JU d~Mum~ I. . purchase ot a repla( CnTa ~'" " ..... - m the ..................... Ya:OaU lScP,, deW thntthem keeps r, ght on working agdi s S eWne?rpr nCrp y?te S ? va 'ress was dead on arrwalata Wheehng | '1011. grea|er $ofet, ....... t t~,tail uuSpll~'tl. A birthday natty was ~,iven ;-/ ond $ oo r rld|ng B.LGoodrich dealer " race. g , y h nks for your The deceased was born in Lee- honor of MissKa~ Shen%erd" l~v J comforL plete details. ...... ~ With reference to the first of nice editorial. It was very timely, town, a son of the late James W. her parents Mr. and MrS. Mervin | ~" In,m|~ kJ*,mlu.~ ~| the program were Peggy Wilson, ,h~o ~,,,, ~,r,,,n~ th, i]ndPrnriv- Kindest regards, Strider and Mrs. Carrie Gardner Ryman on Saturday, June 17 at J . _ _ __ JUlllV1 IVllgllll~l} t/I Gall Marshall, Nancy L. Miller, O] eie~ed~o~" ~'l~e-~orl~"here-~s~'~eFrancis P. Fisher Strider. He attended Leetown and the community center, n II P&ll&l I,* Ym~m e', _ . .... [via Smith and Pam Snyder. ,,~;~,,;,~]o h~*fl,~,rn,,nd which will Executive Secretary Charles Town High Schools be- Color decorations were blue eel | IIt#l lMlINI Hm, LI I ~iIYJlJ~I~/ After the meeting refreshments ~.:..,~v-~,~-~,,--~,%~f civilization (Ed, Note: Following is a copy fore going to Episcopal High low, red and green which also | l[ll III I '~ IIllI I# m j were served by the Post of the letter Mr F;sher refers to ) __ _ " If a great proportion of these peo .. ... . School m Alexandrm, Va. From were the color of her cakes.| 111 ..... "T Hava Powhatan Emnlovees Are pie embrace communism our dem t;ommum~y r~ewspaper there he went to the University Kay wore a white party dress J ou~n ~uw~, ~t~,~ I I~11'1 lb,II ~ r . ~epresentauves , v~,uu# ~} luu ,~. . . .~__ . ocratic osciety will be simply over ..... of Virginia to study engineering with a corsage of pink carnations. / CHARLES TOWN W. ., . lven increase, whelmed if bv nothing else but amn t~ouge ~ t,a. and then he went to Clarksburg Those who helped her celebrate J " ' ' ~ne Junior members of the Am ~T......*; ..... T.I~ ~,~* h, ~h ...... ,~ T+ ;~ for this June 16, 1961in 1928 to work with the Hazel erican Legion Auxiliary presided .~,~,v.~, t,., --.a .... re~aso'n~'tha~ec"on~omic~a~ to these Mr. Francis Fisher Atlas Glass Company. He was st- B.FGoodrich ' at the opening ce~mony at the last meeting. Those participating Were: Peggy Wilson, acting pres- Nent, called the meeting to order Olivia Smith led the prayer, Nan- eY Lot Miller t h~ pledge of Al- legiance and Gall Marshall the Preamble of the Constitution. Mrs. Cepelka the president then preceded with tke business. The officers elected for 1961-62 to be installed at the Sept. meeting are president, Margaret Cepelka; first ~ice president, Christine Miller; second vice president, Ruth Shaf- fer; secretary, Helen Snyder; trea It wa~ anno~ this week by C. F. Reininger, President and General Manager of Powhatan Brass & Iron Works, Ranson, that a five cents per hour increase was given to all employees on their payroll June 5, 1961. It was also announced that Pow hatan will close down July 1st through July 15th to allow their employees to take thew annual vacation. 90% of Powhatan's ap- proximately 150 employees have earned vacation time this year- 65% are entitled to two weeks withpay 25% to one week with pay; the' remaining 10% have surer, Ruth Morison; chaplain, Nellie Shreck; historian, Ann Get zendanner; Sgt. at Arms, Jeannet. been employed less than one year te Fleming; asst. Sgt. at Arms, so are not yet entitled to a paid Iris ChriSman. vacation. Christine Miller, P@ppy chair- ~'~i~---~-~I man thanked all who helped with ~llia ! ,,o?, the Poppy Sale. Peggy Wilson won first prize in the Poppy Pos- Property ter Contest conducted among the To6uerms uniors. Ruth Morison reported 153 Vet William H. Smith, III and Char erans graves in the Edge Hill and Iotte M. Smith have sold their EpiscOpal Cemeteries were decor- house and lot on South Church ated with new American flags for Street and will move to Hagers- Memorial Day. town the latter part of this month. Certificate of Appreciation from theAmerican Legion Auxil lary will be presented to the Jr.- 8r. Womans Clubs of Charles To w fl and Harpers Ferry for Bend High School Junior to Girl ate. : Members participated in the Clean.Up program, having sold a dozen brooms. .A: ptr but gp 9f was voted :Mrs. Cepelka,s~ated tI~e ~uly meeting would be a picnic at the Park at the Paviltion. The 4[uest spe#ker will be Mi~ Car. 01yn.Urq ihart, representative to irts Sta . All members are ur- to 5e present. The property has been purchased by Andrew J. Guerin and Pauline Guerin. Mr. Guerin is employed as foreman of one of the quarries in the county. Sale price for the property was $21,5O0. The Smiths formerly owned Bill's News-stand on George Street but sold that about six weeks ago to Richard Hart and Archie Smith. Restora ; Waayside countries is so vitally important. West Virginia Press Association Economics discontent in Latin Room 2, Martin Hall America, in Africa and in Asia is Morgantown, W. Va. rampant. The peoples of these Dear Mr. Fisher: countries must ultimately choose, if we know anything about his- Enclosing an editorial by Mr. tory, different governments from Max Brown of the Spirit of Jef- the ones they presently have, and ferson-Advocate of Charles Town. it is up to us to use our great ec- There should be many more such onomic wealth and powers of per- editorials among all weeklies over suasion to show them that com. the nation munism is a false god. This is not I am sending this to you be- only the humanitarian thing to cause I know you can't possibly do; it is necessary for our very read every paper in your state ev- survival, ery week. If you did, you wouldn't As to the racial problem, it is have time to do more important a thorn in the side of democracy work at hand. because it leads those we are try How did I get this editorial? ing to persuade that communism Well, I have been subscribing to this paper for a year because my is false to the opinion that demo- grandfather and gre~t grand- crack is also a hypocrisy Most of the nationals of Asia and Africa, father heed there in the 1800's and a good many in South Am- and because of an ad I put in this crica, are not white. Can we real- paper which brought me two gen ly convince these people that de. erations of my family. Also, it put mocrary is a good thing unless we me in touch with a cousin whom let it be known we intend to I never knew existed. practice ~t towards all people? Best regards, Mecca McCoy perintendent of the Clarksburg plant for a number of years and then was transferred to the Wheel ing plant. About four years ago he went with the Wheeling Tile Company as President and Gener al Manager. He was a member and vestry- man of St. Matthews Episcopal Church in Wheeling, was a mem- ber of the Wheeling Chamber of Commerce and the Wheeling Country Club and for hobbies he was making a study and collection of things and events~connected with the Civil War, particularly in West Virginia. He is survived by his mother GIRL'S S L E E V E L E S S NEWBERRY who now resides in Charles Town his wife, the former Mary Freeze of Wheeling; three sons-Lt. Jam- Regularly $2.47 es W. Strider of the U. S. Air For ce and stationed in Arkansas; .. Samuel and Frank. Strider, twins who were only recently graduat-WOMENS SUMMER ed from Linsley Institute in Wheeling and will be enrolled at BABY DOLL The Citadel next Fall; four bro- thers-James W. Strider and Rob- ert and Frank Strider of Charles JEFFERSON COUNTY CHORUS Town; and Phfllip Strider of the PRACTICE FRIDAY NIGHT 8 [ U. S. Navy, now stationed in Jap I an; and two sisters-Mrs. Carrie The newly f-' rmed Jefferson Lee Lynn of Buena Vista, Va.; County Chorus will hold a practice and Mrs. Alice Glenn of Charles session on Friday night at 8 p. m. Town. A number of nieces and The nursery at the Charles at the Charles Town Presbyterian nephews also survive. Town Hospital has been a busy Church. All members and anyI Funeral services were held Sat others who might like to join the urday afternoon from St. Matt- place the past week with a total chorus are asked to be present.[ hews Episcopal Church in Wheel of 11 births, with seven of them being girls, ing and burial was made in a On Thursday, June 15, two bir- Advertise In The Spirit.Advocate Wheeling Cemetery. ths occurrcd; a daughter, Penny Committee amends bill to aid[ Moscow profoundly moved by Ann, being born to Mr. and Mrs. children of jobless. , space flight. Cecil Clipp, Jr. and a son, Tho- mas Woodrow, was born to Mr. SPECIAL NEWBERRY Regularly $1.98 VALUE M0N H - END The Auxiliary will not meet in ugust. j After the meeting the Juniors had charge of the program Their ~pic was "The Flag of:the United B tes, How to Die, lay and Re, 2O - INCH MISSES - WOMENS SUMMER Regtdarly $1.98 ADJUSTABLE NEWBERRY CFHILDREN'S CANOPIED Regularly $10.98 27" x 54" SUMMER Regularly $5.98 SPECIAL Regularly $1.00 and Mrs. Buster W. Dodson of Inn 6ets Underway Charles Town. THE TOWNE HOUSE RESTAURANT Dr[day, June 16, a daughter, Wayside Inn in Middletown, Caroline Renec, was born to Mr. HARPER'S FERRY, W. VA. Va., is now being restored by the and Mrs. Calvin J. Wenner of new owners, John Kincanon Will- Knoxville, Md, BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER iams and Leo M. Bernstein of l Sunday, June 18, a son, Gary SERVED DAILY Washington, D.C. [Wilson, was born to Mr. and Mrs. FROM 9:00 A. M. TO 9:00 P. M. The inn has been in constant opIGary W. Free, Brunswick, Md. FRIDAY and SATURDAY eration since it was built in 1797. and a son Phillip Brian, was born FRESH SEAFOOD EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT Just Work is now being done on the to Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Ride- STORE HOURS: g~9.gnds and restoration of the in- outt, Charles Town ;and a daugh SUNDAY NIGHT BUFFET .... $3.00 t~ri~r is planned. Mr. Williams is tier, Sandra Kay, born to Mr. and' 9 A. M. to 9 P.M. "Charge in charge of the work, aimed at Mrs. Carroll W. Fiddler of Shen- TELEPHONE 3351 authellti tio aadoah Junction.