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Charles Town, West Virginia
July 2, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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July 2, 1959

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% r PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON IN CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. BY THE JEFFERSON PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. ALL SUBSCRIPTION8 DELIVERED IN THE STATE ARE SUDJECT "ro 2G~ CONSUMERS SALES TAX, SUBSCRIPTION ~3.80 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. SPIRIT EBTABLIEHED 1844 -- ADVOCATE ESTABLISHED 1885 COMBINED MARCH 1, 1948 MAX BROWN, EDITOR OFFICE NORTH GEORGE STREET ~ TELEPHONE 222 SERVING JEFFERSON COUNTY FOR !!4 YEARS AND READ BY MORE rHAN 20,000 PEOPLE EVERY WEEK, ENTERED AS SECOND ~LASa MATTER AT THE POSTOFFICE IN CHARLES TOWN. W. VA., UNDER THE ACT OF MARCH 3, 1879. WEEKLY NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVES, INC, NEW YORK - CHICAGO "- ATLANTA - DETROIT - LOS ANGELES MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL EDITOIIAL ~1959 Another holiday week-end is all but upon us. It is necessary that we return to an old theme. Ere another Monday, or Tuesday, comes hundreds will have lost their lives in automobile accidents. Some will be the inn ent victims of the carelessness of others. Most will die as a result of their own negligence. How to keep approximately forty thousand people a year from dieing on the highway is basically, a simple matter. If people would but drive with the common sense that dictates observance of the law, and the uncommon sense that assumes that every other driver is a complete and utter fool the number of deaths on the highway would be virtually nil. But built into the mind of each driver is the thought that an automible accident is something that happens to somebody else, and that death on the high- way is something to which he is immune. It is thi way of thinking as much as anything else that leads to tragedy. It might be helpful to note that the cemeteries are filled with people who entertained identically the same thoughts. We urge all of those who may chance upon these words to use special care over the coming week-end. Traffic will I, be heavier than usual, and correspondingly the danger will Have a good Fourth; but it is be greater than usual. equal____ly importa_ nt. that____you be alive on the Fifth. THIS WEEK'S NEWS IN IT By Mrs. Stuart Crim Phone 47-F-032 Episcopal Church Notes The eleven o'clock service on Sunday morning at the Church of Che Holy Spiri~t was conducted ~)y t~he at. Pveverend Wil~burn C. Campbell, Bis'hop of West VirgTln- ha and following the service a re- ception was held in ~nJs honor in He adjacent (~hapel. About forty members of che congregations of the Church of the Holy Spirit and Grace Church. )Middleway were present to enjoy meeting width the Bis,hop and t, he buffet luncheon which was served by the ladies. A1 so attending the service :and .the reception were )Mr. a,nd Mrs. Ar- thur Kerr, the former of whom is a studen, t at the Episcopal Theo- logical Seminary in Cambridge, Phone I0 # Seems a fat' cry from blissfully basking on the beach of some fabulous vacation paradise to any- thing so work-a-day as a bank! Yet your most cherished vacation dream will stm coming true the day that you open a SAV- INGS ACCOUNT with us. Set aside a regular amount each week, and you'll be surprised as to how quickly it adds up to enough for that won- derful vacation. Come in this week and start your :Savings Account with us. , ~ly of Summi,t Poin.t. |be presen~ and as there will be., SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Ware lout-of-town speaker in attendance ] ,~ A qPLITTI~|~ A V l|T[~hr .~ h" "0rte_SYC" entl0n and Ji=y spent,to talk to the group about Social,"'-~ ............... S~turday visiting with the formers ISecurity is is hoped that the meet I ~ --- mother Mrs. Emma Ware ~t her ~ing will get underway promptly. ~ )Miss Eli~abe