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:~ate Senator Ralph Bean has all , but announced. All three of these men can be regarded ~S "serious" candidates in the sence .that each ~* will e~pect to wage a campaign de PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON IN CHARLES TOWN, W. VAs~gned to win it. But there are not mv "rut /,~c'==~c:t~M ~llmllC:gall~t'= t"t~MPANY, |NC In any ~ho believe that either ~_ ..,._ ,.,....,..,.~...,. --.........,.. ......... IBean or Skeen will emerge ~ucces ------- .... ----- ~. ~_. ~ ] sful. Skeen presently holds state- ALL SUHCR,Vr,ONS DEUVSRED ,N THE STAVE ARm SUBJECt VO a% c u ~ wide office but remains one of tJhe SALEE TAX SUBICRIPTION $3 50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. I " - ~ i lesser known state officmls Bean t is president of the S~n~te, but 1~ IPIRIT gSTABLIBHED 1844 -- AOVOCATE ErI'ABLISHED t885 COMBINED MARCH 11. 19411 MAX BROWN, EDITOR OFFICE NORTH G~ORGE BTREK'T ---- TELEPHONE 222 , SERVING JEFFERSON COUNTY FOR !14 YEARS AND READ BY MORE tHAN 20.000 PEOPLE EVERY WEEK. ENTERED AE ~ECOND CLAEE I~ATTER AT THE POBTOFF|CIK IN CHARLEE TOWN, W. VA., UNDER THE ACT OF MARCH ~, IS7S. WEEKLY NEWBPAPER RF..,PRKSKNTATIVF..8, INC NEW YORK CHICAGO ATLANTA DrrROIT LOB ANGELES MEMBER OF THE ATIONAL EDITOI is doubtful if his candidacy will ~tt1~ct mu0h attention out.side the eastern section of the State. And there have been few men in Vhe eastern section of the sta~e who ha~e managed to successfully mount a state wide campaign. The Bean candidacy may as weM be headed for the same fate that be- fell l~te candidacy of J. Howard Myers four years ago. In addition to Skeen. Barron and Bean, there are three other persons ,who have indicated more ,than a passing ~r~terest in making ,th race. They are HuleVt Smith, who is presently chairman of the State Democratic Executive Cem- ml, ttee; H'oward Pauley, who ~is presently Speaker of t~e House of Deleg~,tes; and .Milton J. Fer- guson, former S~te Tax Com- missioner and unsuccessful can- didate for the nomlr~tion ,four born to Mr and Mrs. Charles E. is ,married to the former Miss ,Shenandoah Garden Club I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON fARMeRS ADVOCATE Seal, Charles Town; a daughter, Paye Zinn of Tunnelton, W. Va.IiTo Meet Wed., Sept. 9th!i 4--A THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 8~ndra Le~,h, born to Mr. and and Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ~ --~ ------------- t Mrs. Clyde A. Robinson of Ranson -- ' ~.~._..,,.~...,-,,a~r,~.,~.~..~., and a daughter IAnda Lou born Paul D. Mills Jr. of Halltown. ] The Shenandoah Garden Club New Hours Announced to Mr. ~nd :Mrs. George W. Moore Airman .Mills and his wife will] wil meet at the home of Mrs. .a^. m .... ,:~ ..... library will be open every .~ Jr. of Knoxville. Md. reside with Vhe former's parents'Jamesl .8~nseney on Wednesday, Cha. s noon flom 3 until 5 P m Surgical patients admLtted tofor the presant. , t~he hospital were: Robert O. Can |Septembei~Qth at 2 p. m. (DST). iford and Mrs. Ruth M. Hines, ---~ |All members'~=e asked to be pres Announcemen~ was made this 8:30eaChp.FridaYm. ,mgh~ from 7:30 "enL Knoxville, Md; little Lilly Palmer RE~D THE SPIRIT-A30VOCATE week that beginning Monday, Sep Charles C. Smith, both of Charles Town; Mrs. Rosa O. Willingham, Alfred H. Johnson. Jr., MlllWlle; Mrs. Oladys V. Dunn. lit~tle Con- hie D. Johnson, James R. Pierson, I-tarpers Perry; and Dean Hocken smith, S~enandoah Junction. ~Medical patients admi.bted were Mrs. Eva B. 8mallwood, Harry J. Smeltzer, Mrs. Edna S. Smith, Donald R. Sm~llwood, Mrs. Arlene Punkhouser, Mrs. Eunie J. Hltt, Mr Samuel L. Phiilips, John C. Engle and B~by L~vetta Hughes all of Charles Town; J,aseph Bar- ron, Route 1 Kearneysvllle; Mas- ter Wayne P. Hardy, Millville; ~Vlrs. Margaret E. Longerbeam, R,t. ~ H~rpers Ferry; Maser Norman MI)owell, Kearneys~lle; Rich- urd L. Nelson, Hagerstown, Md.; Donald R. 8ni~, Knoxville, Md.; snd Howard L. Ashwood, lq, anson. Out patients u~ the hospital were: Kat'hryn Jones, Knoxville, Th,,,.,,io,~ ~t~,t~mh,~r ,~ 1OKq years ago. Md.; Rod Spencer. City; Sharon Stmth is beheved %o be a "corn- . ettit, ;McLea.n, Ca., Richard .... er" in state party ~oli.tics and Nelson, Hagerstown, Md.; Brent IN, lkiPl~hhlll~ tiJiil~l~lig IPkUh' ,bears watching. He has done an Virts, Knoxville, Md.; George Bun ~A~r~uu~ ~rr~. r~ excellent job as state chairman, ny, City; Charles Munday, Ci,ty; and is perso~nable and well-liked. Dwi~t Hoffman, Knoxville, Md.; ............. he f t re and it There are some who 'fe~l he would IHarry Sme~tzer, City; Henry Haw ~% z! e pas , ;s an.y mmcauon . u,u -- .. :not make a good campaigner, but Ikins, City; Harry Ashbaugh, Har- You can make the Labor Day Weekend one generaity ls--~ne commg nonoay weeK-eno Will De anomer q, ha t he would make an excellent Jpers Ferry; Gertrude E. Rochester ' ";~: week-end of tragedy. For millions it will be a week-end of governor IP,,ockville, Md.; David Hoffmaster, wonderful holiday for yourself--as well as your rest and commemoration. But hundreds of families, ere his/~c:~lid~UleYw.:h~ ~eel~n%i~trhgeat JeBra.k~r~~' Wpa Va~teSr~:Sa; %?Y ~ ,:t family--with these fast-fix foods for outdoor the week-end is over, will receive the sad word of thely on the decYi nof o g mzed ta'jCity; Marcus'i utherford, Boliv r[ ~:~ fun feasts! These fUNsational FOOD VALUES "% ' Y are perfect for picnics . . . and your best bets death of a loved one in a traffic accident. ,bor. James Slon ker, Inwood; Beulah : '" r~,,, ;,, ~,,~ A ...... t ..... ~,o,~,~,.,~ ~-oA;,,~ +,~1,~,~;~i~- "ro i Pergamon had an excellen~ re-IOrndorff, Kearneysville; David L. ~~~'~:~,2"."~,:~" **" .......... t~ crd as State Tax Cmmlssiner I Oayhart' l~aasn; Winme Hackley { O / S for better barbecues, too Treat yourself to a grams even commercml a verusemen s preacn u ,rer.and ,is. unquestionably an able JHarpers Ferry; Cathy Riley, Brun G I labor-less weekend . ; . and treat your picket- folly of recklessness on the highway And yet notwith-!man. But having waged 'an unsuc- lswick, Md.; Donnie Andrews, Ran .: ::::% IPLE :*i!!:; standin this monumental effort between five hundred and icessful campaign for the nomin-[son; Willis Hough, Shenandoah book to BIG SAVINGS... by shopping MARKET "a thou gand people a week lose their lives on the highways, l e C a e t ete n tth0 agc .h JJ anCratmnl issRUrt ' i trY k MANOR, todayl Much of the trouble is that the great majority of the people ]many :feel that his nomina,Uon J'Shackelford ty; Lucy' Poston, :.i!i who hear the warnings fail to heed them, naively believing iwould be am, intake and might minlKearneysv!lle; Tommy E. Mills, ::! :ii:ii :" ... ........ ;o .....eon else "It can't:irmze the Domocr tic chances in|Ranson; William t;raw,ord, Sos- libby &$ happen to me represents the most fatal, the most dang " 1 In ,politics anything can happenj~ ' ................... " ous sort of thinking the American people are capable of.!but ~t t~s iparticular moment ltj A|.m.n Ds..I h lUlIll. V . % STAMPS If it be. conceded that the. preaching of the necessity !,.looks..norse frOmrace between this cornerHulet;tlike Smitha real] #~kll,lllGII /auI Y. IVllll3 ~ ~~:~;'~~; ~%:~ ~~G~~" " ):i~:i/!iiiiii~Y~/: ~~ 0: for care in the use of the h ghways has been largely m- ............ I .. . . r . " ....... " F n )ossibl and wa,y rmrron ~s m me oner- ' " " ng. The Perguson candidacy and J uJscnaroe rr0m Army effectual m reducmg the numbe, of deaths, the 1 Y 1 em lo ed We est rigid en Pauley candidacy would in all I other methods should be p y . fig " " -, forcement of our traffic laws and heavy penalties for rio- ~a~b~bit!'tY hu~ Sm!,th and help ~ ~':~::iii::5:G~:'~J'~:" ~ hi her ' oy spii~ing me vote lators We also suggest that motorists develop a g " "- % "" " ; You get one stamp for each lO:purchase, fm.~ . - a~ Dne same ,ume ~,ne ~ean can- degree of respect for traffic officers. 1"oo often we curse didRcy ould a:ll probability de- the officer who is simply trying to save a life, The prob- ~traot somewhat ~from the Barron 14kern--see how quicklythey bring you gift after gift! lem of traffic safety is too big a problem to leave in the candidacy m Vhe. no~herno and ;~; . . eastern par~ oz ~ne ~ave. 1I F, Fle hands of a few men or women, a problem fo, all of I race did boil down to these two Quart !': us. Not until each of us comesto a realization of tha'cJmen, Democrats would have little Jr fact will death cease stalking the highway. Ito lose. Bothmen have a:bnity, and L J ...................... l.both have shown a~ ~bi'lity to , , , I rise above party and petty fact- Quart ~: - ' ........ ' ' ' ~ [ionalismw And ~, candidate of that ' ~ ,sort is hat West Virginia Dem- : ocrats need if they are to recap- ture the &overnor's mansion in Quart Can 1961. W.M.=,.--;; ' Democrats For Governor The race for t~e DemocraVic nomination for Governor in West Virginia, just a few short 'months away, promises %0 be one of ghe most interesting political races in West Virgima in some time. The ~feeli~g ~s ~h~t who ever comes up with the Democratic nom4nation will stand a better than even ~an ce of returning the governorship ~o .the Democratic Party, and for %hat reason the Democratic nom- ana~ion will be vigorously sought. At ~he moment it would appear that the Republican nominee will, in all probability, .be former Sen- ator Chapman Revercomb. As of the moment no Democrat ic c~da~la~s have taken the vir- tually irrevocable step of filing, but at least Vhree ,possible candid- ~tes have let it ~be known they will ,probably be in the race. Wallace W. Barron, of Elkins, and who is now Attorney General, has been getting around over the state quite R bit and seems certain to be a vandidate. Orel J. Skeen, State Treasurer, h~s indicated he will *probably make .the race; and Only four biVvhs, three girls ~and ~ne boy occurred at %he Char ~es Town General Hospital during t'he period of Aug,x.~t 26-29. Airman l~irst Class Paul D. ~Iills Jr., of HaHown was honorably discharged from the U. S. Air For- ce at For~ George G. Meade, Md. August 31. While in service Mills was a sen ior creptographic operator and he served 18 months in Germany. He IT'S BEST-BUY SEASON ON NEW CHEVROLETS RIGHT NOW... AND YOU'LL NEVER DO BETTER BY YOUR DOLLARS Stop by )'our Chevrolet dealer's and see the season's most wonderful money's worth. Better make it soon! IF YOU UKE GETTING YOUR MONEY'S WORTH, YOU'LL LIKE CHEVY'S 7 BIG BESTS! BEST BRAKES, . . STOP ON A DIME AND GIVE YOU MORE STOPS PER DOLLAR They're bigger too. With 'era, Chevy out-stopped all competitors in its field in a NASCAR*- conducted test of repeated stops from highway speeds. *N.tioaa] 4~sm'iatla. ,h,r 5tm:k Car Adt~nem, n~tt and Research BEST STYLE... BEAUTY THAT DOESN'T DEMAND A BIG BANK ROLL The experts at POPULAR SCIENCE magazine looked them all over and said that "... in its price class, Chevy establishes a new high in daring styling." Chevy's leadership in sales for '59 says a lot for its looks too! BEST RIDE., CARRIES YOU AS CAREFULI/Y AS IT PAMPERS YOUR DOLLARS "The moo, hcs,, most quiet, softest riding car in its price class." Thars the way MO]:OR TREND magazine describes Chevrolers cream- smooth ride. It's way more fun to sample than to read af~out though. Get out in a Chevy and see what Full Coil springs do. BEST ENGINE . . . YOU COULD SPEND JARSFUL OF JACK AND NOT GET A V8 LIKE CHEVY'S Talking abont our standard as well as Corvette V8's, SPORTS CARS ILLUS- TRATED says, "Indeed, this device is sureh, the most wonderfully responsivo engine available today at any price," BEST ROOM . . . NO CRAMPED QUARTERS Lers take the official figures filed with the Automobile Manu- facturers Association They show Chev- rolet's front seat hip room up to 5.9 inches wider than in comparable cars. Count on real comfort. BEST TRADE-IN '.. , YOU GET MORE DOLLARS BACK FOR YOUR CHEVY Last year, for example, Chevrolet used car prices averaged up to $128 higher than comparable models of other makes. Just check the NADA* Guide Book. *National Autamobil,, Dealers Associatiat* BEST ECONOMY... SOCK AWAY YOUR CHEVY SAVINGS As sure as two Chew Sixes won their class in this year's Mohilgas Economy Run, gei- ting the best mileage of any full-size car! Now there's an Impala Sport Sedan... one o/ Chevy's full series of Impalas for '59 See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer--you might as well get the most! West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone PLUS W. VA. TAX Bar For Pint Can J c Pound C Pound Pounds )c KINGSFORD Lb. BAG c Pint HE NZ 14-Oz. BOTTLE UP i S LL e Pkg. LBS. J OPEN EVENINGS PHONE 287-M UNTIL 9:00 P. M. (Quantity Rights Reserved) CHARLES TOWN, W. VA.