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the fflelals of the county and l An Award Winning Newspaper ~oara of Education had planned Chad~ T0wn lfl# MRS. tnnA VlANrXS for the futuer of expansion for Meehaniestown Dial 725-2596 schools. But R is now too late to plead Honor S0cJe To We are anxious for you to know our fine Jefferson County IRS. BERTIE MOLER and beg our government, correspondents, who cover every nook and corner of Jeffer- Bakerton - Dial 876-6907 It is true that our children [nJr0d ce CJu[] son County every week in the year, looking for news happen- MRS. ETHEL BUZZARD lure more important than any "A [~battlefields or the memory of The Gordon Eismon Chapter of ings to be published in this newspaper I Silver Grove - Dial 725-2240 Community Newspaper Recording & Interpretm,g, ]them, but again we must re- the National Honor Society at While many of them, as you can see, have telephones and MRS. MARIANNA SMALLWOOD the Activities, Interests & News of Jefferson County l member that our government Charles Town High School will they axe always so happy to have you call them items for Kabletown -- Dial 725-5707 l always plan for ahead for the present a program in the high FOR OVER 126 YEARS [betterment of its citizens, There- school gymnasium on September publication. Those without telephones will be glad to have MISS DOROTHY LAKE I fore we as good citizens should 11 to introduce students to the your items if you will just get the word to them. All terra- Mille]lie Publ~hod .gve~r Thur~la7 By Tim Jef.~mon ~blishJmg (3o. Inc. |I0 North (1~o~ tSt ~ Telm, W. VL ZIp es414 Seeoud Chws ostao-e Ps/d At ~ Town ost~flco M~z Brow~ M~er ----- Don Renteh, News EdiCt Natlomd Advertie|ng ge~eBtat~ve Amer~ N~Sl~l~r Kepl,~t~tativ~, ~. Atlanta-- Ohle~ -- net~t --- J~ee Aagelee -- Hew Nerk -- 8an ~elmeo 8ubse~ SS.O0 Pe~ Yet, r, Plus 15 eta. W. Va. 'Fez THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1970 AUT-UMN AGAIN As the days of summer wane and the sun dips below the horizion a little eaxlier each evening, we know that nature is sending out its first warning of the gpproach of a new season. On September 23, the sun crosses an imaginary line and Autumn begins. For many parts of the world, Autumn is a segson of high color. The leaves of the trees, as they don their most brillant hues, seem to consciously strive to outdo each other in attracting the attention of pa sers-by. Legend- axy visions of a harvest moon and corn shucks usher in the spirit of Hallowe'en. * in the "t ou h 48," Jack Frost treads softly bringing color and briskness to the scene. Since Alaska has been added to the roster of states, it is fitting to note tlmt Autumn steals across the North with sharper but equally fascinating changes. Those who know say that Alaska, in the fall, is enchanting. But then, white section oi out great nation is not, as we turn the corner of a new season? MEET NIERS! All you smart shop at home and win with selection and you shop at hcmte, you win with convenienc no need to travel extra miles and use up extra hours, because you 11 always :find a large variety of up-to-date quality, reasonably p iced merchandise right here at home, in your stores. You win with savings. You save time, trouble and gas---and money, too! What's more, you'll find yourself relaxing in the warm-hearted, pleas- ant atmosphere of your HOME'IOWN stores. Friendly sales follow and plan for the future also. It is best to demolish the old school and rebuild on the same site rather than continue to beg for lands the Board of Educat- ion could have had years ago in the two towns. Yours Truly, C. L. Tammerman Laborer "[he Beven In The Church" Sermon Sunday At Methodist Church The sermon topic for persons ~ttending the 11 o'clock worship service at Asbury United Metho- dist Church Sunday, September,~ 13 will be "The Eleven In The Church". The church is located on the corner of North Charles and North Streets, the Rev. Mr. Owen B. Womack is pastor. A nursery for preschool children is provided for thts service. Church School, with classes for all ages Is at 9:30 a. m. The chu- rch invites you to come and wet- Sh ctivities for the week include: Youth Choir Sunday 6 p. m. Jr. MY'F Sunday 7 p. m. r. MYF Sunday 7:30 p .m. The Administrative Board will meet Monday 7:30 p. m, St. Choir Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Reapers Trio To Sing Again. Sunday Morning Manmngs Church God The Reapers Trio from Wil- Hamsport, Md will be returning to the Mannings Assembly of God Church located on Route 9, East of Charles Town on Sunday, Sept. 13. The Trio will be singing in the morning worship service at 11:00 A. M, and also in the even- ing Evangelistic Service at 7:30. The Reapers have traveled ex- tensively bringing the gospel rues sage in song as well as in sermon. They have recorded a number of "MR. K. K," An era ended at noon on Sun- day September the Sixth, in the Year of Our Lord, Nineteen-hun- dred and Seventy - Kenneth Kemp Cavalier, St aged eighty. one, expired. He was unrivaled! He is not the last of The Great Sports but he certainly will be remembered as one of The Grea~estl I first met him at a dinner the honor, to meet. I soon learned that mood and his chivalry an assumed facade that about, or turned on and off, to expedite an occasion - - it was his way of life. I also discovered another 'way of life' of Ken's - HORSES! Not and race betting almost as much as he liked Volumes could be the man - - but why Mr~ K. K.'s own words~ the reason is this'. S rhe hell wRh R! Every body knows me, anyway[" (That was Mr. K. K and thai's thai!) I salute you Ken Cavalier and I shall remember you always for ,your great sense of humor and for your greater sense of human- land - in that order. You have earned your Eternal Rest. And the land that Ken loved so dearly was the Cavalier Farm- l~nd. He loved it so much that ~roue wished never to leave it. ghout his life he adamantly and constantly reminded that his ashes be that land, RF~ GRAN2 D! Betty Lou Cavalier Sept. 3, 1970 Mr. Max Brow a Editor Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate Charles Town, W. Va. Dear Mr. Brown; long ago, the of Harpers Ferry knew & National Park, and R {! the Board of Educat-II day look very stupidJi[ the Govern- l for laud the could have lands long ago invitation to the public to attend both of these services. acquired I I II IIH{ { 11 [I HL{I You tell PHONE: spondents will also be glad to have any photographs you might like published if you will let them know about it. These correspondents are dedicated newspaper people and many have been doing this work for many years. Call any of them whenever you have items for this newspaper. They will always be happy to hear from you I This newspaper features the largest number of county correspondents of any weekly newspaper in West Virginia and we are proud of them and anxious for you to meet them: MRS. REID GERONIMO Harpers Ferry-Bolivar . Phone 535-6528 MRS. STUART CRIM Summit Point - Dial 725-7777 MISS LII IAM MYERS Shenandoah Junction - Dial 725-5168 Dorothy W. Co lyn (Mrs. Owen W. Conklyn) Republican Candidate officers of the school clubs and organizations. Each club president will explain the purpose of his organization and present the off- leers of his club. The program will begin and end with the school song. This assembly has been planned by the Honor ~ocmty omcers and their adviser. Honor Society Presi dent Eric Waggy will preside at the assembly. L MEMBER FOR County Commissioner Charles Town Distdct I Intend To Work Toward The Following G O A L S: 1. Program of rehabilitation for Inmates of county jail. 2. Enforcement of humane laws for animals and the establish- ment of a workable plan for Animal Welfare in the County. 3. A PLANNED and announced agenda for County Court meetings. In the lssueof Spirit of Jefferson.Advocate of March 19, 1970 I announced the following goals which have since been adopted by the County Court. I should now like to see them grow. 1. An effective county-wide police force. 2. Uniform election procedures at all precincts In Jefferson County. 3. Required attendance at instructional workshop for poll workers. YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED PRO -- STEP BY STEP STER FAN FOR liNtY 1 Sept. 10-(Pd. Pol. Adv.) a MRS. HARRY SHIRLEY Middleway- Dial 725-7669 MRS. F 2 IE HAMSTEAD Kearneysville. Dial 876-6032 MRS. MARY B. FURR Leetown - Dial 725-5969 MRS. PAULINE OTT Mannings - Dial 725.2750 MRS. AUSTIN NICODEMUS Rippon - Dial 725-9098 MRS. FLOYD SIMONS Ranson . Dial 725-7875 MRS. BERNARD OTT Halltown . Dial 725-7477 MISS DONNA JENKINS SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1970 A-" If You Buy Any Circulator Model of 0Cf. Come in now and buy anw ~rcu- tator model of WARM MORNING Coal Heater and receive a cer- tificate entitling you to a WARM MORNING Model F-8 Booster Fan for just ONE CENT! Simply mail ~ ~ti(~ite Snd Ol~e penny to the 'm~[~u~'~ctu'rer and without delay your Booster Fan will be sent to you, postage prepaid. 460 MORNING's budget- priced, medium. size circulator. Lifetime porcelain finish. Holds 60 Ihs. of coal 1 . . keets up to 4 ~oom$. Model ~00 Americe's finest circulPtor coal heater. Lifetime porcelain finish. built-in auttlatt ~t, Holds 100 Ibs. of coal . . . huts up to 6 room~. Model 500 A nNiI barge n In = full size. quplity circulatorl Lifetime Porzelsin fin. tsh. Hold~ 80 Ibs. of ~xll heats up to 5 morns. EASY TERMS to Suit Your BudpU MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE DIAL 725.5321 Charles Town, W. Vs. Subscribe To The Spirit GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY AS OF AUGUST 31, 1970 MARVIN DODSON ANNOUNCES The Separating Partnership of Kisner & Dodson, Plumbing & Heating WILL BE OPERATING UNDER THE NAME OF: AT 205 WEST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. RESIDENCE: 725-7192 Mark These Numbers In Your Directory Sept. 3-2t- (On Route 9 - 7 Miles West of Charles Town) AT KEARNEYSVILLE WE HAVE: ALSO :' FRESH CORN- TOMATOES -SQUASH AND CUCUMBERS ALSO. FULL LINE Of PRESERVES & HONEY PHONE: 725-8200 725-2046 or 725-2047 i l FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SUBSCRIPTION RATES -- 9 Months - $4.00 (Plus 12 cents Tax in W. Va.) SEPTEMBER THROUGH JUNE * Use This Convenient Form PLEASE SEND SCHOOL SUBSCRIPTION TO: College City State SI (PLUS lee TAX IN WEST VIRGINIA) CLIP & MAIL [ SPIRIT Of JEFFERSON,ADVOcATE I CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 25414 I J I Enclosed please find check or money order for $ , ! I ! 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