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the Legislature at any regular or many more as may be necessaryI article, shall be laid.separate and~ Mipn~e Ott, all of Ransom Marfiinsburg, were Sunday guestsSPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE )is 37,991.36" extraordinary session thereoL to transact-the business of such [ apart and in addRion to such| Mrs. Na~haniel Gray and Miss of Mrs. Maude Holler and family. THURSDAY. AUGUST 4, 1966 B--7 Settlement:, 1965 Balance and if the same, being read on circuit. If there be two or more maximum ra.tes, but in the same Jennifer Gray, of HMltown, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Edward Morgan 5,322.77 three several days in each House, judges of a circuit, the business proportions as such maximum Harry Dinges and sons, Ricky and daughter, of Charles Town, Mrs. Naomi Barrow and daugh- I oral Hospital. be agreed to on its th~ird reading shall be apportioned among them rates are levied on the several and Sonny, and Mr. Robert Lin, were Sunday guests of her moth- ter, Susie, are vacationing tnisI Mrs lVLabie Durst and two chil- Receipts and Balance ] by two thirds of the members by ,the chief judge of the circuit classes of property. . ton, al lof Charles Town, went to or, Mrs. Lucretia Meter. week in Jamestown, N~ Y., with I dren, "Pamela and Martin, who 43,314.13 elected thereto, the proposed in the manner provided by law. Nothwithstand~ng the provisions I Uarsha!'I Hal lo.n .Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. James Caniford ] Jumor Barrow. I have been home from Shenan- Orders Paid by Sheriff amendment, with the yeas and The judge longest in continuous of section eight of this article to enjoyea a pmmc amner, a, nd daughter, of I ilarpers Ferry, ] Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lambert and ldoah Valley Academy, New Mar- , 40,838.94 nays thereon, shall be entered on service as a circuit court judge the contrary or any other nro-I Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell were Sunday e~en:ing supper~ grandson, Micimel Durst, have re-[ l~et, Va., and Michael Durst were the journals, and it shall be the shz~l be chief judge of the circuit, visions of th"e Constit~ution to~the ' and children, Judy, Jeanne, Linda ~uests of Mr. and Mrs. William [ ~urned from a week ~tt the See- [ guests of ivir. and ~lrs. l~oy Lam-. f s Balance, June 30, 1966 duty of the Legislature to provide If two or more have so served for i contra.,,. ,w a country board of edu- Anne,, and Terry, visited Mr. Pen- Hough and sons. ~ oath Day Advemist camp meet- i oeetbert on Friday evening. Mi~ 2,475.19 by 4aw for submi~ing the same the same period, the senior in carton may contract indebtedness well S father, Mr. Newton Pen- Mrs. Warren Watson and [ mg an Gatons~le, Md. ]cnael is attending Youth Camtx Outstand, ing Orders, June to the voters of the State for years of these shall be chief and issue bonds for public school t well, of Ranson, on Thursday eve- grandson, of Baltimore, were Sat- | Mr B v Hovermale and | this week at camp Aetna near s. ebty }in ' 1966 " 2,432.52 ratificativn or rejection, at a Judge: Provided. That if such purposes as provided by taw, if, nmg. urday guests of Mrs. Annie Lou-| children, of Leetown, were visi-/ gerstown, Md. :e June 30, 196~ special election, or at the next judge declines to serve as chief when submitted to a vote of the Mr. Bernard Ott was a supperdan and Mr. and Mrs. Harold i tots