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ville youth county'.~ eighlh fatal-f ity Sunday; six others ~re hurt ~fi in auto accidents. Lamb, s bring $25.90; calves at $24 at BI, e Ridge Market on Monday. Junior Legion I baseball team wins District Four championship with decih;ive 10 toI 0 win over Petersburg nine Char- [ les Town Jockey Club [)pens 39-] day summer meeting. Jack VailI pitches Legion to 6 to i victory/ ~~Cet ~~--iI0 [Dr. William Net[l, well known Over Silver Itill { native of Jefferson County died .... [ in Baltimore, Md William A I 20 --- YEARS AGO -- 20 Smith is winner of Chapter Star! Twelve farmers of the county l " i ' " ' . ~ ~ Farmer award Rear Admiral Tho] were allowed com*'ensation b'l mas M. Stokes winds up 39-year ,~ ...... ,~_...., c_.. -[~.~..Z' , m .... s ,~,um:~ ~um~ I(,L s-t:ev K,ca -Yl outstanding, Naval.. Career_ ..... on Land i dogs in the count~, y. Died'. In_ "Nm-" I and Sea; rehrmg to hm farm chester hospital, Grover C. Goodel home in Jefferson County. Roder-] Well known and popular garage i fer-Ware reumon Well attended owner and mechanic at Jeffer~n Memorial Park in .__._" ] Charles Town. Mrs. Leeds Riely 40---YEARS AGO---40 I elected president of Garden Cou'~ Died" . At his home near Koar-I ~ilanF:rmaa: wpenit~:ndFairway neysvilie, John*P Kearfoot, aged! " 1 eo Nor- 81 em """ / ' . "" y "s wnea~ was quoted at o~a~K~n~rcehleCl~ie:soHlsh Priest $1.25 per" bushel. Canclidates f~'ed y s, t, ovetts- for county offices for the primary i-- election; for County Clefts, ~mar- // les A. Johnston, J. Richard Rus- \ Our plant will close Saturday, July 2 and open again on Monday, July 11 for our Annual Vacation. sell and Edward T. Moler; for House of Delegates, Robert L. Withers of the county and U. S. County Commissioner, Charles Town District C. H. Moore and A. S. Allen; Shepherdstown Dis- trict, S. T. Knott and H. C. Mar- shall. Red Cross Cooperating With 1T Program In Teaching Swimming WE ASK YouR COOPERATION NORTII GEORGE ST. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I Illll IIH Ill I II I I 18 Of Them --- We are anxious for you to know our fine Jefferson County correspondents, eighteen of them, who cover every nook and corner of Jefferson County every week in the year, looking for news happenings to be published in this newspaper. This newspaper features the largest number of county correspondents of any weekly newspaper in West Virginia and we are proud of them and anxious for you to meet them: MRS. G. E. WEBB Harpers Ferry-Bolivar - Phone 535-6569 I MRS. STUART CRIM Summit Point - Dial 725-7777 MISS LILLIAN MYERS Shenandoah Junction - Dial 725-5168 MRS. JULIA VIANDS Meehanicstown - Dial 725-2596 MISS MARGARET HOUSER Bakerton MRS. ETHEL BUZZARD Silver Grove - Dial 725-2240 MRS. MARIANNA SMALLWOOD Kabletown - Dial 725-5707 MRS. GEORGIA PEARL Chestnut Hill - RFD, Harpers Ferry | MISS DOROTHY LAKE Millville MRS. HARRY SHIRLEY Middleway - Dial 725-7669 MRS. ELSIE HAMSTEAD Kearneysville - Dial 876-6032 MRS. MARY B. FURR Leetown - Dial 725-5969 MRS. PAULINE OTT Mannings - Dial 725-2750 MRS. AUSTIN NICODEMUS Riplmn - Dial 725-9098 MRS. FLOYD SIMONS Ranson - Dial 725-7875 MRS. BERNARD OTT Halltown - Dial 725-7477 'BUCKY' MORROW Shepherdstown - Dial 876-2066 WAYNE WELTY ENGLE --- TELEPHONE 725-7460 I I Ill I I I For the ninth consecutive year, the American Red Cross is co- operating with Romper Room In- ternational in launching a Sum- mer Water Safety Campaign via the popular children's television program, Romper Room. The program is broadcast in this area over Washington, D. C. WTTG-TV 8 to 9 a. m., Monday through Friday and the teacher is Connie Bohlin. It can be seen also on Baltimore, Md., Station WMAR-TV 9:00 to 9:30 with Sally Rogers. Three films will be s~own; The first, Teaching Johhny To Swim- in three segments, on June 27, 29 and July 1. The second - Learning to Swim in a Wading Pool - The week of June '20, either June 21 or June 22. The third will be - When Seconds County - The week of June 20, probably June 23. For Clean And Use Triple-Refined It And For Prompt Delivery CALL .... DISTRIBUTOR Belt Avenue Ranson, W. Va. Phone 725-2215 I lll I I I I OLD DOMINION & 131 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 725-2811 COLOR ghck & White SALES - SERVICE ANTENNAS INSTALLED Ranges - Refrigerators Air Conditioners-Washers A FINE SELECTION OF SEALY BEDDING I II I Illll t , , , The closing program of the! SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE _ IIJAliag'~JflhlMll[~ | II | Daily Vacation Bible School was / THURSDAY ""X'E o ..... ~ , [UIOUll~ I | I he.hi .on Sunday. evening at the] t]L~I, owx~r~ .)u, J~oo ~0~ Kl[ Mlllwlle Methodmt Church. The[ .IV ~ ~ workers that helped were Mr. B.] COSTLY ACCIDENTS I~, urgh Post-Gazette ~L_I i m i Ill'l11~ In t II II W. Hoffman who was in charge,[ Accidents can be costly affan's." Ier~nce Dept., Box 957, I~[~V .| .[ w |] J IIIlk~ ill I ! ,I Mrs. Floyd Milton, Mrs. Tony D'[ The doctor bills alone from a I bush, Pa. 15230. |-'J " Angelo Jr., Mrs. Willard Willing.[serious accident can cripple thel Get the news first every],. Uli[~l A~ ~ ham, Mrs. Willard Whittingto'la,] financial budget of most families, with the "good nmrning"I[~oror some ,ntv , .,.~ Harold McClay Jr, Mr I New for onl- l .........]~)oncgal t~re0ple who " y U Ct211LS H week " I IIIL] lll~,i IPi11~ll~ I Ik Ralph Johnson, Mrs. Buddy Cool-[ ........................... [paperboy or denier today: l~m agr)cult w ~ you ~lt outaJtt /Jl~ul'~tllut2 tO pro-l . " "Ok ey and Rev. Harold McClay, Jr.I ..... ;rh' zetie. ~qck, Shenan - Miss Emma Jane Johnson assisted[ tect you.m case ot acm dents I - ~ ~aaties in A total of 12 persons sustained Gary Arthur said Ernest F. Hardy with the music. I wnemer at nome, at WORK, at play [ ~ ~-~ A~u~e, .~, Morgan minor injury in two of a series 43, of Congress street, Charles Melody Clark of Middleway W.[ in SChOOl or on vacation. [ ~lg Wl~}g " $11U~l II;l~S in wo~t of five highway accidents which Town, driver of one of the cars Va. spent the past week with her[ Complete details are yours by~ ~e a month.~l'( occurred on Jefferson County involved, was charged with fail- grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Clif.[|~~writing to: Registrar Agent, Wash lr~ m ~ , r~ -~that the highways during the period of ure to have his car under control, ton Kelican. " ington National Insurance Co., liO "|'O (;rlurcll ~uli Sunday,,, June 19 and Wednesday, ']he' other car waslbeing drivenl Mrs .... Mark Yountz and Mrs [ ~~,~ers,.?~ty gooa'ha~ June 22. Property damage involv- by Nathleen O. Sea, 37, Route , Lan'v Peer of Charles Town were[ ~ ed in the rash of acidents was Kearneysville. Sunday evening visitors with Mrs.| 1 F 0 R Y O U R lit wi ..... listed at about $5,600 to eight Tuesday afternoon about 2:45 Mary Wiltshire and MrsMac| M ,. v ....... ~,~ u oe l~l~ I~tl a~ a~a~l=~p ~P~t~ [~e 50th Ann cars and two trucks, a car-truck collision occurred on Webb 'l jt=anv &alV I'lrtillr'Olk-'l-t= IklEEnl i'_"~ : Charles Town State Trooper U. S. Route 340 on Alstadt's Hill Mr" awl ~'- ~-h w,mh o,n| t[:~'~l~ I " MIA LUI~LIlK I K PIKKI$;...... pan Act whJ Anthony Divita,~ said the first of when a 1961 Ford truck being c- d;enhll and Mrs. Bertha Mor~,an~, Smess. basi4. the road mishaps occurred about driven up the hill by Charles Will of Shenandoah Junction were Sun|l HOt wAIEtt ' uw ADDED lest' hme m [.si 2"15 Sunday afternoon,about tam Coontz, Route 1, Boyce, Va, v's'to [ ~t ~ : day I a rs of Mrs. Mac Webb were ab ..... i :,,,: ........ Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whetting-| asonabh eight miles West of Charles Town stalled and drifted back into a '" re on beconctary l~oute I. I l~O't r orct acing unveil ~ast on ton ant, ohildron /4aria .nrl Rahhx, Ten of the p rsonal injuries, l the highway by.Roy C. Barbarour of"Balt]moreTh'k's3 'i ;'weet THORN LUMBER COMPANY none ot tnem sermus, occurreu in z~, ot r~mgsport, Tenn end with the former's mo*h .................... Trooper Arthur said damagesMrs Marie WhRtington - ~- ltanson l-lant - Uall "tZa-'tl~lZ. unarles TOwn this three-car collision which accu rred on the Leetown-Summit Point road. State Trooper Divita said a southbound car being driven by Woodrow W. Hovermale, of Route 1, Bunker Hill, was following an automobile being operated by Clarence E. Ashby of Baltimore, Md. The machine being operated by Ashby slowed down because of an approaching vehicle, the Hovermale operated car tried to stop, and when the brakes failed, the driver swerved his car into the left lane to avoid hitting the Ashby car and crashed into a car being driven by Robert W. Burch of Summit Point. After striking the Burch car, the Hovermale machine then veered back into the Ashby car. The Hovermale and Burch cars were completely demolished and total damage was set at $1,200. Taken to the Charles Town Gen eral Hospital by the Independent Fire Company ambulance and also in Constable Robert Carr's car were the following: Clarence Ashby, Sr., minor lacerations and abrasions and his seven children, Betty Lee, 15, lacerations of the jaw, and neck injuries.' She was admitted to the hospital for treat ment; Billy, a lacerated lower lil) and some front teeth knocked out; Rose, 8, a lacerated right knee; Stella 7, bruises; Barbara, 11, abrasions of the legs; Clarence Jr., 6, lacerations of the left leg. Roger Lee, 5, lacerations over the right eye; and Woodrow Hover- male, lacerations of the face; and his wife Hazel Hovermale, lacerat- ions of the face and arms. Hovermale was charged by Trooper Divita with reckless driv ing and defective brakes. Monday morning about 11:30 two trucks collided on Secondary Route 22, with property damage in the amount of some $400 re- sulting. Trooper Divita said a 1963 GMC truck being driven East on the highway by Thomas E. Cox, Route 2, Kearneysville and owned by the Frye Trucking Company of Martinsburg; and a 1959 Internat- ional truck being driven in the opposite direction on the highway by Allen Welsh of Spenser, collid ed. No charges were preferred Trooper Divita said. Tuesday morning about 11:45 a two-car collision occurred on Sec- ondary Route 5 near Middleway in which property damage amount ed to $400. Charles Town State Trooper ~'~aur Hearing Deserves The Best I SONOTONE Of Hagerstown ROY R. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 Or Charles Town 725-5391 SMOOTH SAILING Do insurance problems have you out to sea? Then it's time to see an inde- pendent agent, one who's skilled in navigating your insurance problems into smooth waters. Our agency specializes in pro- fessional counseling and P.S.--Personal Service, a combination which as- sures a ship-shape insur- ance program. H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Hill Dale Shopping Center Phone 725-7081 insurance, and Real Estat~ to the two cars amounted to about $100, with Coontz being charged with failure to have an operator's license. Also Tuesday afternoon about 2:45 two persons were injured and taken to the Winchester Va., !Memorial Hospital for treatment, as the result of a two-car collision on U. S. Route 340, West of Char- les Town. James H. Newman, 22, of Route 2, Charles Town and his wife, Cecilia Newman, 18, sustained in- mries and were taken to the Win chester hospital. Trooper Divita, investigating officer said damage to the two cars, one being driven by New- man and the other by Thurman Dayton, 49, RFD 1, Summit Point was listed at $3,500. Investigation of the accident had not been com pleted Wednesday afternoon. Miss Dorothy Lake Mrs. Douglas Minnick and granddaughter Jenifer Lark|us of Martinsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Ranalli and children, Freddie, Debbie and Godfrey were Wednesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Viands and sons were Friday evening visitors of Mr. Tony D'Angelo and ,Mr. and Mrs. Michall D'Ange- lo. Kathy Hough of Bolivar and Randy and Timmy Hough of Bak- erton were Saturday visitors of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kelican and children, Vivian, Ricky and Jack- ie of Ranson and Mrs. Bill Chap- man and children were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Kelican on Sunday. Mrs. Mimic Wiltshire, Mrs. Bud Stuart and Mrs. Wayne Mason motored to Hagerstown, Md. on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli, Mrs. Marie Whittington, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whittington and chidren Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nicewarner and children, Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Longerbeam and daughter, all en- joyed a picnic along the Potomac river on Sunday. Mrs. Mark Yontz of Charles Town, was a visitor of her mother Mrs. Mac Webb on Sunday. Susie Viands of Engle, has been visiting Brenda Jackson Pam and Kim Hoffman of Bru- nswick, Md. spent the weekend with their grandmother Mrs. Eve- lyn Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Howell and daughter of Charles Town spent the weekend with the for- mers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Howell. Mrs. Norma Grandstaff of Bal- timore Md. was a recent weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Dillow. (FROM LAST WEEK) Mr and Mrs John Milton and sons of Kabletown, were Thurs- day evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son Kevin. Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Wenner and son Freddie Lee of Lovetts- ville, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Amos Himes of Harpers Ferry were Wednesday evening visitors of Mrs. Mary Wiltshire. Miss Connie Webb of Shenan- doah Junction was a Monday visit- or of her grandmother Mrs. Mac Webb. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake return- ed home on Saturday afternoon from a visit with the litter's sis- ter Mrs. VaUie Carper of Win- chester, Va. Terry Nicewarner spent Mon- day with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli. Mrs. Ralph Johnson is a patient in the Winchester Hospital, Win- chester, Va. Mrs. Pittman Russell of' Will- iamsport, Md. was a Saturday visitor of her mother Mrs. Mary Wiltshire. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nicewarner and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli. Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Longer, beam and daughter Tracey and Robin of Ranson were Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mrs. Merle Wilt of Chestnut Hill, was a Wednesday evening caller of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli. Mr. Granville Longerbeam and son Granville Jr. motored to camp Frame on Thursday evening to visit Faye Longerbeam who was attending band camp. Read The Spirit-Advocate Attend Church This Week PHONE 725-5212 RANSON, W. VA. THUR.THRU WED June 30 July6 JAMES STEWART MATCHES THE MIGHT OF HIS ROLE IN "SHENANDOAH" ~ITH ADVENTURE THAT ATCHES THE MIGHT OF TEXAS! ! ! "THE RARE BREED" In TECHNICOLOR PANAVISION With MAUREEN O'HARA BRIAN KEITH -- AT REGULAR ADMISSION -- SATURDAY 2 P. M. ONLY BOWERY BOYS, IN "Dig That Uranium" HARPERS FERRY, W. VA. PHONE 535-2212 THUR-FRI June 30 July 1 The Big Comedy of 19 SEXTY.SEX "BONING BOEING" In Color With Jerry Lewis . Tony Curtis Also Rlcky Nelson In "LOVE and KISSES" In Color SATURDAY JULY 2 Tony Randall - Shirley Jones "FLUFFY" In Color -- Also "THE GLORY GUYS" In Color With Tom Tryon SUNDAY ONLY JULY 3 Giant Mlx-A-Thon! 4 -- BIG SHOWS -- 4 "Run Of The Arrow" In Color With Rod Steiger "McHales Navy Joins The Air Force" IN COLOR Sword And The Cross IN COLOR "Leave It o The Marines" -- REGULAR ADMISSION -- MONDAY ONLY JULY 4 "Code 7.. Victim 5" IN COLOR ALSO "THE WILD RIDE"- FREE CAR Will Be Given Away At 8:30 P. M. Courtesy Of COURTNEY AUTO PARTS BOLIVAR TUESDAY ONLY JULY 5 FORT BUMPER STRIP NITE! "That Funny Feeling" In Color With Sandra Dee Bobby Darin . Donald O Connor Longerbeam. Mrs. Helen Himes and a friend Wed.-Thurs..Fri. July 6-7-8 of Harrisburg, Pa. were Sundayt afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. [ JOHN WAYNE IN T. E. Lake Saturday afternoon [ "HOW THE WEST visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Guy[ WAS WON" ' Coffett and Mrs. Vallie Carper of] Winchester, Va. I III III IIIII I II I I II Martinsburg Plant 267-8955 We will sell at public sale the following Household located at Millville, W. Va., near Keystone Limestone Co. My P] SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1966 I Monda Sale ,Starting At 10 O'clock (D.S.T.) ] 9th. 3-Piece living roo~ snite, like new; 2-Piece living room sultt1 Double bed with springs and mattress; Iron bed, complete; o~l dresser; Extension table and 6 chairs; Coffee table; Large ChiN I Wi cupboard; Oak sideboard; What-Not; Straight back and Ro~ql ing chairs; Medicine cabinet; Venetian blinds and Curtai~ Picture and Frames; Coffee table; Old television; 2 End table Stands; 3 Large mirrors; Curtain stretchers; Table and ]~ ~linens; Large Firestone refrigerator, A-1 shape; Crosley g~ range with 4 burners; 52-Gal. electric water heater; Automat washing machine, Westinghouse; Firestone dryer, A-1 shiP! 2 Maytag washing machines; 3 electric lights; Old table; Pre~ 115 N. C ure cooker; Perculator; Deep fryer; Cooking utensils; and Glass ware; Glass jars; Double sink and drain board; 6 Briggs and Stratton motor with cultivator, land plow, shovel plow and disc harrow; Garden plow; Tire chains; other articles not mentioned. TERMS---CASH. H. CLAY THARPE, Auctioneer C. W. MOORE, Clerk Henry H. Mable F. Balangel June 30-2~ ---THE--- I In Charles Town, I anson, 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. JOHN'S RESTAURANT SANITARY GROCERY SHEPHERDSTOWN SHEPHERDSTOWN NEWS AGENCY HARPERS FERRY REED'S GROCERY STORE RINALDI'S GROCERY BUTTS' DRUG STORE SEXTON'S STORE - R.F.D., Harpers Ferry MARTINSBURG BERKELEY NEWS-STAND NEWTON D. BAKER HOSPITAL BUNKER HILL GROCERY BEI RYVII2 , VA. BERRYVILLE NEWS-STAND JEFFERb N COUNTY wELSH'S STORE - Bakerton STOKES' STORE 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 Convenient For PAY TR Certified Weddi Ladies Men's RIN( Wl Ineludin Webl