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nm ~ In|,n,*~|^n osh through the state of West, ~llfl~ IJII IIIJUIIt.IIVII Virginia, acting .bF and through k. Dr. Earl Allara/ county health 0 I 0 fl officer "- H se Tra ler C u T : . ne ~ourt petition claimed that h,J,~ '&^he the defendants are operating and I]lgU IIIUClIIIIICl] maintaining or allowing to be operated and maintained sewer- ~hearmg which was to have age disposal system at the Stiles aeld Monaay.mornmg, Aug- Trailer park which endangers pub t on a petztmn seeking an lic health and creates a nuisance. :hen against Stiles Trailer The petition seeks to enjoin the North of Ra.nson has been defendants from the operation of reed for an mdefmzte per- the trailer court and it's sewage disposal system. rival action against Robert At the hearing which was to ,Elsie M. Stiles, the Tri- have been held August 31, the Mobile Homes and Stiles defendants would have been re- ar Park was instituted Aug- quired to present exhibits and }, in Jefferson County Car- evidence against the Court award ~ourt by Jefferson County ing the closing injunction, post. c .uting Attorney Jerome Rad ponement of the hearing was re- SPECIAL PRICES in this ad effective through Sat Sept. 12, 1970, Rights reserved to iDmlt quantities. Due to space limitations, all items in ad may nt be found in all stores. L ACETATE GOWNS Peoples rolls back prices to pro- inflationary levels on this Special pt~rcha se of Ladies Sleepwear * Sizes: Small, Medium or Large NOT INCLUDED IN "2 FOR SALE~ 2 SITLES.SOFr VIN~~. LADIES FLATS New fall loafers for tcons & women, smartly styled with lhe lOOk of expensive footwear Sizes: S le 10 Black Or Brown. NOT INCLUDED IN"2 FOR SALEj* aow e o Ib. o, Q . o t quested by Cl'm'r~e~ To~n* A~or- ney Henry W. Morrow, attorney for the defendants. Work Started Last Week On New Sewer Unes Charles Town, Ranson Two important developments oc curred last week in Charles Town which is a~bout a year's time will be of real benefit to many hun, dreds of Charles Town. Ranson residents. The first took place on Monday, August 31, when work was started on the new $300,000 sewerage treatment plant for the 15 GIANT SIZE BABY RUTH CANDY BAR / x.u.R u Jnwnnd Yn. Rqrh,SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE is to be located on the same prop /411111 Ull IVlEill Lit* yi a 'u I - - I THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1970 B---5 : ertv and zn the same wcmzty of I the" present Charles Town sewe-, edn. In;pru Wlum JJ Fire At Henry's J rage treatment plant, t"e --- -- l-n -- . - - i The second event occurred Wed /*. h--- t~a.-- /---- I " I -- - ul~'les/0we High nesday when workmen also began ~or [~a[! UvI2r LL~J5 i Drive-In Restaurant i R l P P u I. , drilling operations in connection -,I ! Mrs. AuSthl Nlcodemus l~on0r 50aety/0 with the laying of the new sewer !. James ~t. ~ianna, Jr of Artmg- l Glenville Kisner, Route ls In. |.~~ :.~- :,o~ '-: :-: ~ ~ i lines which will serve Charles ton, Va had a narrow escape lwood, was badly burned over thai - . I I.& J PI K. .Town and Ranson. The work was from possible serious injury Fri- upper part of his body abeut[Sympathy ~xpresseui IlillUUUtJ: I, IUU:) started in the Holl's Pump area, day evening .about 7:30 when ai 6:30 p. m. Friday in a fire which/ Services were conducted Wed- with the first project to be the car ran over ogre o~ ms legs at occurred at Henrys Drive-In Rest|nesday at 2 p. m. in the Enders . 'l*ne ~oraon Ezsmon ~napter o~ laying of a trunk line into Ran. Shannondale, East of Charles aurant on State Route 48 between |Funeral Home by the Ray. Wil- tee ~auonal honor ~oc~ety a[ son. Cost of this vroJect will be Town. He was rushed to the Char- KearneysviHe and Shepherdstown,liam Brooks Jr for Herman Lee wnarms Town ttigh Sctmol ,~q!t about $1.4 million 'the Ronca les Town General Hospital by the Kisner was rushed to Kings DauiSwartz, 74. Burial was made in presem a program m me n~g~ U~il~ties Construction Company ~ndependent Fire company am,bu ghters H0sp~tal in Martin~burg[the Green Hill Cemetery at Berry SChOOl g~'mnasmm on :~ep~em~er of Bethlehem, Pa is constructing lance an~ a~ter ~-nays reve.~m~ where he is being treated for seeiville Va. Bearers were Philip lI to introduce students to th~ the new sewer lines, with the ~ no oro~en ~ones or omer sermus end degree bums Kirk, Roy Swart~ Leon Jenkins, officers .of the school clubs and Wilson Construction Company I injuries, he was released ~, wa~ xepu,~,a*-~' ,a~'t'~'* ~,nner~"--* wa~ II Thomas. Sowers, Ants* Grim," Aus organizations : . . Each club president :~ constructing the sewage treat. I Details of how the accident oc- ~;~,~ ~, ,~,o t.;tehen /tm Nieodernus and Honorary wm expmm the purpose ot ms ~ ~ment plant, curred were not available, o:f't"la'e'rest~uran'(~ld" i~t"exp'Ioded. [ Be,ar.er.s were Harry Heskett, Reg organization ana present the off-?~ /in ~11 Rn/nh ~nin (~r~ r~rl leers oz ills ClUe ln12 program -- . usala DUV-.z, x~a.~. ~n ~ . . J Cunningham, Richard Bromley, will . begin and end w~th the ~ J Harvey Fishpaw. school song, ,Patient In Hc~ltal I This assembly has been planned !~: Mrs Bessey Llo vd is a natient by the Honor uocmty ort~cers and in the Willi'am~ort Sani'tarium their adviser. Honor Society Presi en Eri ' " she would like to receive cards d t c Waggy w~ll preside at 8,1) 0 for Alf l~}$F tU i~ $roIM$ Noedlewovon Perma Napped to reduce shedding & pilling 5" NylO~t Binding ASSOrMd solid colors Sizes 72xgQ NOT INCLUDED IN "2 FOR SALE" e o.o ~ e co 97' SUPER " 1.09 SIZE TALCUM I 5~ GIANT SIZE BUTTERNUT CANDY BARS for 1.39 SIZE SCRIPTO BUTANIE FUEL 38 84 Ounce CaR 69 SIZE BOTTLE Reg. 1.69 HI-G XEGULAR 59* PEOPLES COCONUT CASTILE SHAMPOO Pl -. 69' .EGu, AR .so aAO tlrO(OlmZE KITTY PEOPLES CONCENTRATE SHAMPOO n, 77' FOOT IELIEIF LITTER PEOPLES CHOICE TOOTHBRUSHES 3 1.00 49 '0' 7 PEOPLES QUALITY FLUORIDE TOOTHPASTE ? : *48 PEOPLES 0UALITY DENI'AL FLOg ",00YardDi.ns 79' PEOPLES OUALnY ASPIRIN TABLETS of :43' PEOPLES QUALITY ASPIRIN TABLETS 97* 1,39 ~MPI~E 1.47 CASSETTE SHOE CARTRIDGE CARE KIT TAPE 38 46 O ,LEO, 1.99 PEOPLES MULTIPLE VITAMINS PEOPLES flUALITY MALDROXAL .o Eo. S SPE.SION. 78' PEOPLES OUAL~ MOUTHWASH ~ ~. 67~ for 9 FOOT REGULAR 47 RECORDEmS TAPES 29 SIZE SHUR-FYRE 79~ SIZE PKG. 99~ SIZE.! 3 Or LIGHTER J & J SUAVE FLUID SOl:IF-PUFFS HAIR SHAY for PEOPLES QUALITY SACCHARIN TABS 1MO-1/4GrIIn 81' PEOPLES DISTILLED WATER ,o ~.n $3' PEOPLES FEMME COMBINATION SYRINGE 1.97 from her friends and her address is Mrs. Bessy Lloyd 154 N. Arti. zan, St Williamsport, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harris of Raphine Va and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harris of Pennsylvania were weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ceravalo and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cera- vale of Park View Trailer Park spent Sunday in Hagerstown they were the guests of Mrs. Tony Ceravalo's sister and brother-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kersh her and other relatives. Mrs. Luther Jenkins and child- ren Glory Jean, Patsy, Joyce Ann Linda, Tommy yere Sunday din- ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fran- cis Renner and family. Mrs. Charles Adams, Miss Mary Magaha, Miss Darlene Magaha and Miss Slielia Wheeler took Mr. Lyle Wheeeler to the Dulles Airport on Friday to return to hls home in Burkanks, Califor- nia by plane. Mr. Wheeler's dau- ghter Shelia remained with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Magaha for another week before returning to California. Mrs. Roy Harris of Raphine Va were Sunday guest of Mrs. Herman Swartz. Miss Darlene Magaha of Fred- erick, Md, was a weekend guest at the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams. Mr. and' Mrs. Gene Sewers, Ran son, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Furr and son Kim of Charles Town, and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Breeden and children Dianne, Terry and Elwood Jr. were Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Breeder Jr. and Mrs. George Breeden Sr. SkaUng Party Guess what, it's time to skate again, The Ripper Go Gettdrs 4,H Ciu, b will sponsor a skating party at Berryville Roller Rink on Thursday September 17 from 7:30 until 10 for members and guests. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy tam'bert were Mr. and Mrs. Rinehart of Brad- dock Heights, Md Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chamblin, Harpers Ferry Mr. and Mrs. Martin Durst and daughter, Sharon Lynn, Mr. Mich eel Durst, Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Willingham, Mrs. Liza Bay le~, Mrs. Nellie Ott, Mr. and .Mrs. John Kibler of Charles Town, Mr. Agnus McDonald, Mr. William Henshaw, Pastor Calvin Hawse, Charles Town, Mr. Paul Allen, Kearneysville, Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Burner of Summit Point. R~dph ~ Give. 30 Days, $100 Fine, Bound Over To Grand.Jury A Ranson man, Ralph Haines got a little too free with a 7-mm rifle whieh he had and it got him into a peck of trotrble Thursday August 27 at his home. Ranson Police officer William Pearrell, along with Lt. Bert Rick ard of the Charles Town Police and members of the Charles ToWn State Police detachment Were call ed to the scene they ~ook Haines into custody and Chafg~ed him ~i~h brandising a dangerous wea- pon without a state license, ob- structing an officer. At a hearing before Justice of the Peaee E. W. Day in Charles Town, he was found guilty of obstructing an officer, brandish- ing a dangerous weapon. He was fined $100 and costs and given 30 days in t~ Jefferson County jail on the brandishing charge and was ordered held for action of the gran~ jury on the obstructing charge, uona was set at $1,000. Judge Day said he dismissed the carrying of a dangerous weapon charge against Haines because he was on his own property at the time. County 4.fl Club Leaders For Host Of Events Jefferson County 44] Leaders Association w~ mee~ at t~ home of Mrs. Charles E. Ware on the Leetown Road Sept. 17. There will be one meeting at 2:30 p. m, and an another at 7:30 p. m. There will' be a lot of important busi- the assembly. i For complete hom oil lervicea, calk 1lot 1.07 SIZE BOTTLE39 SIZE BAYER 1.59 SIZE PKG. UAYER CHIN'S CoNIrAC ASPIRIN CAPSULES 06 58 of 100 Aspirin .Ik~ of 30 PKklHle 4/TO REGULAR 77* REGULAR 39~ 29~ D/SPOSABLE MASKING Dil,q:O VINYL CiMINV GLOVSS for 41~5 for 4 ,d 3g'4"xlW ROLL l : REGULAR 29' 89 SIZE PKG. OF5 REGULAR 29~ SilOS PEOPLES FEMME FOLDING SYRINGE c !.67 ~ ~ ~ ~or EOPLES CARESS SANITARY NAPKM R Bgxof.s,ber ! 1 3 1.541 SIZE kA-OUIKE CAll Adorn Huk Sprny PEOPLES DRUG STORE !.98 SIZE - 24 oz. BOTTLE Scope MOuthwushz Limit: OM Purchase Per Ctml~t .LES TOWS, W. VA. 1.09 SIZE - 6.75 OZ. TUBE TOOTHPASTE -- HILL.DAI,E SHOPPING C E2 -- ness concerning the fair; reorgan ization of clubs; election of off- ol DIAL 725-7510 Charles Town, W. Va. I leers and programs for the t~om- ing year. Anyone interested in helping with the 4-H program is Your Authorized Pontiac. Cadillac - GMC Dealer PHONE 263-3303 MARTINSBURG, W. VA. 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