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Charles Town, West Virginia
July 28, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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July 28, 1966

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THREE SECTIONS LATEST IN LOCAL, AREA SPORTS -- COUNTY NEWS ADVERTISEMENTS TWENTY PAGES LOCAL NEWS -- PICTURES WEDDINGS -- SOCIETY CLASSIFIED ADS 1844 .... The Newspaper Charles Town And Ranson Grew Up With .... 1966 102 NO. 30 Business-News Dept. - Dial 725-2046 or 2047 CHARLES TOWN, Jefferson County, W. VA. THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1966 West Virginia's Oldest Newspaper PRICE 10 CENTS i! I t J ~= ~i ::) I out a host of special bargins and [ For the past week or ten days] I --, mL ~:: ~ ( !~ [ are staging their seventh three- I the 27 pa~icipating merchants/ | Ill Ilion dflri [] l day "Bonanza Days" zades. And]have been arranging a fine die-[ J IJI IIJMIl~3 ~ [~ ~ I so from this morning until Sat-J play of special Summer merchan./ | v ~ ~ ~ I urday night, the general shopping [ disc at price reductions ranging| | I'. [ [ I l [] J theme in _C~,,rles Town will be I from 20 to 50-percent. / , t rl i~[Ibm~lli [[ l l I [ "Go Bonanza for the big Sum-J Merchan, ts pointed out today[ [ kl lfmV~ma ~ l I ! [ mer bargins. J that no purchase is necessary for[ J ! I I This morning when merchams/a person to be eligible to com-J [ Think the drought of 1964 was lTown sa~d, this mo~ tl~at [] l l [] J opened their doors for business, | pete for the cash prizes, nor is it[ :J bad~ Well the one which has [ whi.le the Charles Town water I I I J some shoppers were on hand and J necessary for the winner to beI | been blazing down on this county J supply is not yet threatened, the welting" ' to get started aRer the present, ibr the drawings." Entry and ,this sect'ton for the past wo ci~" y has for the past two months I i I I i /har s. [ .upo eavailableat =, l / onthsisfarwor .infa tislbeenpumpingwe, lover ,000 [] [] [] [] ! / Some of the merchants contact-/ all of the offieiM Bananza uaysI [ now nearin the critical proximi- I gallons of water d ily, which is M .~ ~" ~ ' | ~ this morning said the early.] bu~'~esses which are: . - | ] ty of the c~i~,asterous 1930 drought[ the heaviest pull on the town's ........... - .................. l ouyi~g response was fairly goodl e ~anr ot unarles Town;[ [ And according "to all weather l water supply in some years rle azs~axa~ ~ml attention ann interest, nut to no~o an exn.ioit at me scnool Ca vton' " wh .............. " .... *" "^'^-* 1'~ .............. ^..~ .,.~ _,.:,~] and they expect ~t to pmkup to-[ .. pe s, Charles Tower Gas[ /reports today there is no sign of l sazd, as of the present however, . ,~. ~uu. u~uu~m ~u~., t,t,v,~ rrmay, ~tw.uu.. ~u t~,v ~,,uu a continue increa in in worn n inc unarles Town " L be called the beginning , day, an s g pa y, ., , any break in the hot, humid and the town still has an adequate ere for some 27 child- and mgenu!ty wh.mhthey had not J r.ens parents.andthe general pu~[ volume Friday and Saturday until[ Photo & Gift Shop; Diamond sl] J dry weather which has prevailed ] w@ter supply and there are no -~ oetore mspmyea m DOOK marnmg uc are mwtea and urgea to come Ehte C cane Fea an Jewel ~lrolied in the Arts a~d ~, ........ ,Z^~, ,i~....~.~..~. I o...~ .^^ ~ ~J the closing time for the down] ' ".. 1 .. e~,..g s .. ry,] J over this entire area during the[ plans for any bans of water usu- ...... ..a a--a.a,...,', =.u " * ..... stores -J nusseu ' lnc Je /ersonl -__.,_ .,. . . , I .-^ program conoucte~ at ~na- a " li r t in " . ~u,,, . , -, m~L-e munro ot omy a~v ?Own Junior High School! tmn. from s ght zon [ In.this .program .he chddren:I As a special attraction for the[ Finance Company Jefferson Ha ] [ Rainfall during Ma'y and June[ But for the farmers the future nermmtmarmngmanaun'[wrKmgw~mma[erm~sprvme~il al she e th etail Mer]ware Kastles Mens She Le!l / " [ tst six weeks as one phase . , . . s e pp rs e R " ,, * P, g" was only skimpy and ~ar below is ve dark Alread most of .... dance of creahveness ]n another w~th Federal funds, have turned .... ett s De axtmen Store sli ' ry . y be Ca c - re r m chants Assocmtmn once again ~s g . p t , Le e s the normal amount And Jul has ... ~ .fl h,up p gi a . for these youngsters. And possib- out numerous oil and char coa Record Land Lucille's SmM F ,, ,, Y them are f.eeding l~ke theynorm] ~tterson uoumy ~oaro ot .... . offering a total of $300 in cash , 1 ry been a real scorcher both from ally would in th~ Wint~ m~rths, ,, ....... ly for the hrst time many of[ paintings, they have made many[ nrize~ tn seven luckv shonners ] Fashim~.s J J Newber,~ Com .................................. ~n spon.sorea mls pas~ fhom fn~nd fhev wanted ~- he in / ,~vr~ an,d claeione ~f Jaw.ralv.~r i,n.[ .~, - "~ . _ ".,, _ ~'~ / ~.,. :~ - . ~-s .. j J ~,[lt:~ $talld.lpol,ltL el ygl-y I~.LLIV IJlg'[ an~ some ~armers wno own cattle ~r. :~"'~;.~7~'2:.=:~2.7 ~:.2ZZ,.=L / "'tZ.:l Tnese casn awaras wm ne pre-I pany; um tmmmmn AppnanceI J eipitation and extremely dry and/are tmginrting to ~ke their c~tt~ &t. ............. l v Ula ,ax /UlZz uy UV rIW/atllV . l V" seined Saturua. nite at 5"30 m[ omnnnv" l~aUl'S unel" aarge - - ....... - ..... ....- - -: ..... :-ae mormng or dune zv, the. hit n,~aeeMx~ | h~,,, ~;~o lo~*~no ,]~alr o~o a~,~x,cJ . ' J ~ ., ~., k' J ~ ..~'~s , .-, r ~,~ . ~l J I~ULIllIU L~III[J~I-~ML-~S. I tO me market tor sale mnce zne~ Z7 ChilH~an ~e~ac 11 chp~,,c~h ....... j ........ ~.. I "~" ~.~o, .~.,,Vo, ~o= ~o, .-.#o,t from in tront ot me wnar[esld ~ t-enney uompany, veopiesl z Laurence Llo..d l~cal weatherz ......... ~--- - ..... :------~ ......... , -s .......... s,, j " heril l il"" CHANT ..[ l: crux uv~ no hope zux- gram to zee~ stained glasses dzsplays and ot Town Postoffme Bank of Chm'les Town" Potomac CARL MER . . ~Oped into the basemeni Five Expressions Of Thoughts . ned " ', observer sa~d this mo~ that them w~th Caf~_taria at tha ~ebnnl in In art.~ ,and cratS thev had/artmlesl :" ;They ..... have even tur., '1 The top prize will be $100 wi'tnlEdison CompanY, Rosens Depart-I A~nouncement was made todaylrainfatl dt~ir~the mo~th of July/ c~.-.^ ~'~ ......... ................................ - -- , om,,v ha.v What was ~-, be a new foutrd an expression of their[ out a lovely coHee tanm. | $50 and to go to the second andl men Store, Riddleberger s Store,] by Jack Huyett, cashier of the i had amou~tedto only 1 13 inehes,[ ......... ,.. , dy "" ' ~ | o Frida ' 1 ..... tJ B an & Trust Corn an'l " l mrnea r.neir cat~le mo meir corn efor them m educatmn. thoughts" ,and talents. And' the C urse Ends y thzrd prize winners and $25 each Stied C~ Price Store, Smoot lakeley B k P Y or about 35-percent of normal. ,~o ....... h" ;;~ h ..... ~-~ ,; - had been selected from 70 minu,es the weres endin The course which has been con[t to four other persons. Jh suranee Agency, Melvin T. Stgi-j of Reason, that Carl Merchant,[ And i-some sections of the cou-J ?" ,Ch. b .ht h dbY Y , P g " " ' e harles Town ins - - . roCK Ot ram ,nopmg maz the the 70 students m the on the classroom working wtth duct ed da~ly Monday throug~ Fr[ A number of the are also[ der Com l~iny, Inc2 Stuck & Alger[ prom,n at C~ .... !tff.[ nty; particularly some of the/tl~_ can find some u~ for the ,, ,, ' el Ileaner n .................... Catch, ...uu _vro~ram.._ to' their ....... hands as wel~ a~ their day i~r a permd of 70 mmu*tes,| uttering mmr own uoor prme,[ Town & ~oumry uiomzers, valley once man ana vm ~ rural areas, the prectpit~tmn has. " * f o t'memal t in into new not u drudgery a t ill wind up Friday at noon and] wi h the J. C. Penney Company[ Hardware and the Western AutYol joined the bank staff as assis'tan b en evenless runnin t-le /gram as food be ore R c mptetety tike young Robins] which hese chddren havedo d l .rn zngs: ceramics aria ner art I ono prize and x,ve Vz gzrt ] the .pm t_p.a-q g stores2re YL. 7 1 tempera mes nave men ruanlng[ fo~j~-. ,hm,~,ht ann in a" in oH .rid ~h~,. coa~ n~n~n~_~ ~ lCles winch the chuaran navel ate& '. /praying speczal ~onanza ~ays oanl a~.u ~m~tm~, wau tou~ a ~-m,,m ~wav above normal with 24 of the/v~ ......... ~. ........ ---. ~---~- of~" few hou*"~"the'ywere a"mi~ -a-nd~"craftma~s'h'ip, ='theY I made, tt was thought they will be The stores will be opened unit nets and pennants. ] banking post at a Martmsburg J 28 "days* passed so far, showingl ure-hnd. , , bank Althou h try rams have engrossed in something demonstrated considerable origi-[given to the children to ~ke | ... ....... [better than 90-degree readings l. . g spo . .~ ~. no, only *commanded their aldty, meticulous effort and real home with them fo ;Souveniors, mm ram= 0 [ ivmrcnam .w .appomea land one day, Sunday June 31, it I mvore