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Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
August 10, 1961     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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August 10, 1961

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REPORT! cloudines~ and warm to- ht and Friday, with scat- each afternoon high today 84. low to- 70, Southwest winds 5 per hour today, tonight TWO SECTIONS Read By More Than 20,001} People Every Week "Best For News and Advertising In Charles Town--Ranson and Jefferson County Since 1844" J CHARLES TOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, W. VA. THURSI)AY, .,~,.. 10, 1961 COMPLETE LOCAL NE]NS COVERAGE PriCE 10 CENTS i, 97, NO. 33 WEST VIRGINIA'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER County Chorus Presents Civil War :Premiere Showing of "Th, Anvil" er New Head Red Program;+Hext Visit August 29 Roger Ramey, recently appoint ed chairman of the ,lefferson Gerald F Painter County Red Cross Blood program announced today that the next P^,..,.I^&^. q[ti. I The econd-----a~nnual "Bonanza visit of the bloodmobile to ,lef- IbUIIIPIUIU~t Lalll /UQI ,,s ferson County will be Tuesday, Days sales staged in Charles A- -s" "" e tt,.., t. . tTgwn ~_lndsRur3ay la~eThg,rSdeaY ?l~?fer~3n County's quota for ~ervlte wnn rt pmm Preliminary work leading to ]1^..14... I D.I+^. I g " " the Au-ust collection to be held - start of actual construction work IJUll011IGil J. OOliCI ceeded all expectations local mer ~" ::':+~:~:~ +==:'==========*=::======:==:==.=-========== ................................ :++~ ~ . - I ....... ' 7' in the Camp Hill Methodist Char on th( 20 unit nlodern Shopping] cnants reportea mss week +, '" " ch, ttarpers Ferry, will be 75 Center to be built on tile Eastern IN^mad I an nf Rakar From early Thursday morning pints Mr: Ramey said edge of Charles Town along U. S. [ v- .u..... when some of the stores were The new blood chairman is Route 340 is progressing satis- ~ ...... [greeted by lines of waiting cus- very active in civic affairs He is ~~i.i~i~:i~ factorilv it was disclosed today by [ ~11~|~ t~|~r~|~V ' : ~::~.' ======================= ~ . ~-v.....-,. ........ I tomers who had come early to be a director of the Gitizens Fire Co. ~~ A R. Lmaweaver, h>cal realtor [ "~ I first at the outstanding bargains a member of the Board of Direcl~~!li~ii:i spokesman for and in charge of [ .............. ~ ...... , [until the closing hour Saturday ors of the Jefferson County Red~.~~i!. development plans for the own-I ['evening business in most stores Cross and a member ot the ~ ers. L } ~ ~}:~ ~ was described as brisk and most [ " " "" Presbyterian Church. ~ Linaweaver was notified Wed-[ i{!i:ii I satisfying Mr Ramey was born and rats- nesday by James A. Maquire of[ ~i~i!iii [ Of course one of the highlights ed in Jefferson County and grad ~~:i;iii~il the Division Realty Department[ ii)!ii~i~ ii J of the sale days was the presen- anted from Charles Town High ~~i:!~ for Safeway Stores, Inc., of Wash i:i;ii~i!! [tation of "Miss Bonanza", the School in 1952. He is employed ~ inglon, D. C., that his company[ i [honor having been bestowed by the U S Government at Blue has decided to become a part of] ~i~ii~!~ [upon Mrs. Betty Rodeffer of mont, Va. and is a veteran hav- ~i~i~!?i+!:;ii: !the Shopping Center and will| /Charles Town an employee of the ing served in the Army at Ft. soon have plans drawn for the ii~i! ]J. C. Penney Company store I Knox, Ky i,!:i !il :i erection of a modern food store ;i!~i ' l The climax and close of the Mr Ramey nlarried the former occupying 14930 square feet of i:i~i / sale days came at 6:30 p. m. when [Barbara Schultz of the county L flora: space. [ }i{::~ l the ten grand prizes amounting and they reside on Jefferson Ave ::~!::i~;: !i: This makes the third business i:!i~ t d of ....................... " " " I I~i~~~,~;~;~ ~ o $500 an fered by the Char- nue Charles Town that has deflmtely acquired space :~:~,~%1~ ....... ~:~:,:~ lies Town and Ranson Retail m r- ~ .......... ant. The l'esults will front on U. , ~:!ii:i!!~~< e GER LD F. PAINTER ........ ~:~:~:~ ....... ~,+:,:~+~,-: + [chants were presented from the| A0,,.,.,& q~ U/Ill D^ ~eram ~,. rainier, west Street, I number of other business con-[ !!i:i!i!i~~ [steps in front ofthe Charles l aU~U~| LO Will D~ ;.na!.les Town reecntly co.mplet-!cerns now in progress of arran-I !::~:~:~:~ eel nls zam year m eonunuousl , l( thereto /Town Postoffice } ~ ~ , ' ging for locat" )ns " . I ~~~ "liam Orndorff chair * active service with the Potomac .. '- ' a st n :+i;~ : | Mr. Wil , -la~,, flf F,~ f ,mmln. .. ] Frank Turncl ot H ger. ow , [ ~~~ [man of the merchants association lYu7 Iaght and rower .company. tlelMd.' the area's largesl operator i [said the prizes went to the fol-I,. ~, a ~ . ~ now. oecomes..eng]ble for them-tof bowling alleys, was the first tel ] lowing: ~[ ~m0rl~| ~r[ ~001 her m me uu~ty company's ~/uar I acquire space in the Center. Sew-I | Mr J R Hardy of Harpers l . ter ~entury t;luo, t'ainter is a I eraI weeks azo a nationally l [Ferry, the first prize of $200 in [" The Jefferson County iemor- !inenmn first, class with PL & P[known drug chain made a tenta-[ JONATHAN J BAKER "The Anvil" the two-act drama of the trial of John Brown staged Silver dollars In accepting the a- 1 ial Park swimming pool could here. tire committment for s"ae in ~ " " before the premiere of '" " " a s was resented from ~" - . ~ , - -----------=--- ' + '~P. Jonathan .I Baker former res ;on County Court House Saturday evening music from the Civil War d= yo ~ * . .~,_ I ward she stated th~s was the first i very well have ~t s biggest clay of I the Center but nothmg is yet I ....... ', ., ' ; - " of the Court House by 27 male and femate voices ot newty zormea je.z~erson uoun~y unorus,/ thing she had ever won and that I the season Wednesday August 23 ll~^I~. |~ ~^i,1,|~. known ab('>ut the construction [ l(lent ot Cnarles iown anti nus- by Mrs. Mary Ehnor Peters, Charles Town. The ,musw._ provi._d.ett. .... ~, lea- it' had come, as the result of a tie as that is the day that has [)een I v~la]~ II1~ U~IIIII~ ..a-snl...... ..o ......................... the i70 ~+" ~t~a ~i~.ildin,,o [ band of the former. Miss Dorothy the some several .hundred persons ~P:ntCaT~hteO hent~:r~e C'onuert ~:~'se a: e af:li? v2n tth:/ket she received when she made/designated as a clay for free swim $^^1 HaIJ,. II. C.*.^ to be erected. [~:~,eLU'tar iftedChar~3anq o~nl~aha~ ofChrusagainthe Kcpumic.hUr~ed~Yxnis" l'saS .semamUjust one oz ..................... a numaer oa =pp~=r~,,v=a ..i"h~ ~+he chorus has made/a.[" purchase. . of a ~,pair' Of DeSmallart.liming' it was announced Wednes-. J/ggl__ IIUIU~ U~o llI~ Alexander. . Hassan.,. ~ ,,+f Washmg-[~ " +. t~uslness" " ppo umvers~ty .......... m Fnm,e! sh rt few months it has been organized Members of the chorus as shown above are, in boys pants at Le~,getts p day by pool manager Bobby Ker Hall C011311UIbllVIlaSe t r}aaas ~a5 ton, D C., a cl~d engineer wh(> ls/M~o~i,.an and he aSh-meal hiu +'~l~ppy" Roth, Jr drummcr boy First "row left to right'--Mrs E L~ Pine, Mrs .Lee R~ms-lmem Store. . . I shner .U,. directing the development to oe, ...... *+:+: "+': .'" ..+ ":: ........ :+ "- lrs. John P. B~ns, "~"~. Howard Sagle, Mrs. Arlene Funkhouser, Mrs. Jay lvioter,.?lrs. ~ve[ The three $50 earn prizes went / Kershner said anyone who de- Construction on tbe addition known as Shenandoah Plaza, said [ m~w ~uues JUry zz n+ was ~(arn- eond row left to right Miss Nancy ~manwooa, Mrs P L Wllhn ham of Char sires to en o a swim m the ool +co nero zecenuy , and Mrs. Alonzo D. Peters, director. Se , " :-- " ......... "1 to Mrs... " g [ " J Y " " P to the I3de endent ~'ire Corn plans for the complete layout of ~ ~. " + " : .... Ramsburg Mrs. Tom Lennon, Miss Jean PerkS, Mrs: E. L_Crm~..:. Mrs. w[tnam ~oYmi~ar~.[les Town; Ed Lambert of Charles/that day, adult or children is in- , .... h, am,,?h~, h .... , ~ ~,,~,~ the development have now been 1. rrevmus u) ms a.ppomunend2 'th &ihav ~t~,e RaYmond Crum Third row, left ~o rlgnt:---ur. William l~otn, ~lenn Mm -| qo.~..n..~A Mvc l~T~.m~n Raahm I xrli,~rl