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/ avoided. ~type of argument employed by ' those people Who'don't dare to oo- We hope the President every success in his venture in pose Vhe idea, bu~ seek to defeat personal diplomacy. The world is sick of worry and anx- ,the goal by sh f*t ng the re ponaib- i iety and the constant threat of war. if talks by Presi- i,lCy for a~tion to whaitever class ident Eisenhower and Khrushchev can help to abate the ten- is either unable or unwil*li,ng to do anything about I. sions we are for them. i But it's when you get to this to foreclose the hope that by negotiation another may be s~ould do it. This is a traditional eral" lunch program and I must , argument a~bout "~federul control" [?:: )i / % .... hasten home ,this evening to de- coRt,~r'rm~ him!!) Federal ~id to eduv~tion may not be the very best ,solution ~o the problem; but i~t is betlter than no solution a~ ~ll. A~nd I r~ther suspect t'h~t no solution ~t al~ is precisely what most of *t, he opponen~ of the idea want. 1 roll ~Sept. 2, 1959 *Luray, Va. Max Brown, Editor Spi,ivt-Advocate Charles Town, W. Va. ,Dear Sir:- Am enclosing .check ~or my S,pir i,t of Jefferson and Farmers Advoc a~te. Would miss i,t very m~Ch if I didn't receive i,t. We enjoyed thc Charles Town news very much. ~V[rs. W. T. Kibler Luray, ~a. ~P. S. Say hello to Junior Ennis ~for me. Akron, Ohio 8-27-1959 ffVIr. Max Brown Editor ~pirit of Jefferson-Advocute Dear Max: It was nice visiting with you and your veteran .newspaperman. Brown Rissler when we were i~ Charles Town recently I always enjoy my annual visit to the old home town .to greet my ,friends :and acquaintances and to see how the ,town has grown and ,changed :Please .find e,~cl0sed check for a continuation of my subscri~pti.0n. The above group of girls, left to right:--Ann Newcomer, Nora Cheshire, Ja~kie Hughes and Fannie Catrow--p~trticipated in the judging of wool outfits among Jefferson County 4-H Club mem- bers held August 20 at the Bardane Community Center. Nora Cheshire of the Summit Point 4-H Club was the winner and will represent Jefferson County at the Wool Dress Revue to be held at Jackson's Mill in October. Jackie Hughes of the Rumsey Climb- ers 4-H Club was the runner-up. $ $ $ '" I I i 1 / I .... I I I i '" t .~*" EASTERN WEST VIRGINIA'S MOST PROGRESSIVE, AND TIME TO... 0 P E H -.- AT THE-- / I I enjoyed very ,much the story in last 'weeks paper about .the uncov- ering of the 'foundations of ,the old arsenals in Harpers Ferry. With kindest regards S. L. Woody City Hospital Ma~tinsburg, W. Va. September 7, 1959 Spiri~ of Jefferson-Advocate Oear ~ir: Enclosed check for ,three dollars .and fifty seven cents for ~*he re- newal of my subscription for an- other year to the Spirit of Jeffer- son. ~t is always good to get ,this interesting paper each week with all the news happenings. Thank- ing ~ou. Yours ~truly, "Mrs. Webster Ramey Ci,ty Hospi~tal Martlnsburg, W. Va. By Miss Dorothy Bowers Mr. and Mrs~ .Marvin Kimes of .Charles Town were viistors Friday lleven~ng at the home of Mr. and 'Mrs. David PenweH ,and 'faintly. Visitors with the family on Labor Day were Mr. a,~d Mrs. Lee Friend and fami'ly of .I~iverda~le, Md., ,Mr. and 'Mrs. Edward Barron of Mar- tinsburg. Little Miss Karla Kay ~VIcKee of Ranson spent Sunday with her grandparents Mr,~,and ,Mrs. Mar- shah "Me~boy and sons. Dinner guesks of the family were Mrs. iHenry "McKee ~f Ranson a,.nd Mrs. Oon'ald Frye of Charles Town. Visitors Sunday a~ the home of ~Irs. ~athan~el Grey Jr. and fam- l'ly were Mrs. IMa~tin Grimes and children Debra and Blaine .of Charles Town, IMrs. Bertha Mor- .~an of Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. Jos- eph RanaHi and family of Mill- vHle, Mrs. David Pe~uwe]l and ~fam- Hy, Mr. and ~&rs. Ch~,les Grey ,and daughters and Mr. Floyd ~.. Dodson all of Hall~own. "Mr. and ~Irs. Elwood ,Bowers ,and son Bruce accomlaanied by (Mrs. Edwin Clevenger and daugh- ter Sharon and Mrs. Winerd Bow- ers motored ,to Washin~toh, D. C. on Sunday where they spent the afternoon a,t ~he Zoo. "Mr. and "Mrs. James Lancaster ~and family and ,.Mrs. He.ha Mor- gan of BOlivar visited ~r. and Mrs. William Z-[oak and ,f,~mily Sunday evening. '.Mr. ,and .Mrs. John Dabrasky, IMr. and "Mrs. Wal ter "Market, Mrs. Anne Hate a~d .Mrs. Augusta .Perrin of Ba~tim0re, Md. were visitors with the faznily on L~bor Day. "Mr. and .Mrs. Elmer Wright spent Sunday even~ing at the home of Mr. and ,Mrs. Dewey Meadows and family near "Mlllville. ,Mr. El- mer Wright Jr. o~ 'Herndon, Va. was a weekend gues~ of his ~ar- ents. Birthday Party Little Gregory Brian Watson was ho..~ored wlt~h a party on *his first.birthday YYiday evening, Sop tember 4 ,at the home of .his par- e~ts ~VIr. ,~nd Mrs. James A. W~t- son. Helping t~i'm to celebrate ~the .oc casion were members of his family Mr. and !Mrs. James A. w~atson, 19It. and Mrs. C. E. Watson arid Miss Elizabeth Watson of Ha,H- .town, ~Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Zom,bre, Mrs. ,Max Zombro, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Craig and Col]in K~ith Craig of Shepherc~towa. "Greg" receiv- ed many nice and useful gifts. !Mr. and "Mrs. Paul 'Mills Jr. ,and the former's mother Mrs. l~aul .Mills ~r. motored to Winchester, Va. Monday morning where Mrs. Mklls Jr. left .by ;bu~ ~or Tun.nel- i,ton, W. Va. to vlslt a week with MEMBER FDIC I EDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM l'hone 587 Ranson, W. Va. CNC ,HAM F R A N K S Lbs. SAVE 6c LEWIS' ON~m~m 0nly / SUNSHINE m Lb. e IL c Qt. Bottle Boxes C TALL For CANS C MUELLERS Pounds 303 Size C KEEBLER MARIGOLD COOKIES N. B. C. PREMIUM 'CRACKERS Lbs. OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL PHONE 287-M 9:00 P. M. (Quantity Rights Reserved): CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. i