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WEATHER REPORT! some cloudiness, highest in upper 70s. Tonight fair. lowest Tomorrow fair, considerably Saturday outlook, fair with temperatures. 97, NO. 4O I I I IL,IU, ~ , THREE SECTIONS Read By More Than 20,000 People Every Week "Best For News and Advertising In Charles Town--Ranson and Jefferson County Since 1844" Ill I II I WEST VIRGINIA'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER CHARLES TOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, W. VA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1961 COMPLETE LOCAL NEWS COVERAGE PRICE 10 CENTS' Brown fiplSeals by Jefferson Coun i,, w ae / . t'm m . .a,* Iw.nn R ~[ In the first jury trial of the cur two race tracks from tax as-[ woman s uu0 i0 stage Ir0sr0mce Wit| Be [rent term of Circuit Court ),ester merits placed on them by the ,, i, i u,.. [ .... . ....... tday in Charles Town, twelve jur- arson County Board of Equall nall0Ween winnow f t lTlhll llSd flttoho_r 7X I,..s decided afler brief deliberat. on and Review will be heard l -- _ • [ ................... lions (hat Gary IAnaweaver was Martinsburg November 6 and l Pain(inn Conte t Analn Iht Mlddlawav W Va l.ot entitled to'recover $704 from ~ecording to orders entered in l ......... :~. --- -- =- . i~- ,.,,~,~,,,~$# ,,• --u• IRobert E. Smith and that Smilh The Senmr Woman's Club will ~' "t C0urt. here this week I ~ I -- ~ • ~, / WaS not entitled to recover $260 ' . " " ~ , " • ~ ~ *S • " . : Innt..M~noday ~o:h~s week the I~g~npSP°tS°g thoHal~W~,oen W~n ]w(~'~'n~Yn'~"~lleg~s|~'atmg~'(~'h~llslt'l~i~l~na~(?a~r[ed tile suil a- . y . to olsmlss I Chamber of Commerce I man of the Democratic Executive I,.~::,., c,...~: ~.~., ^,,,,;Z.,' ~..,~ alapea s on me grounds p two l Chddren interested in painting 'committee in /effelson County ~""~'~ .................. s ..... ~ ..... it: they hhd not h,~.. ~i,~,~1, ~,~ i .... " [c ..... : -.. l ouL.rowth of an auto accident at [~ . - :-.~... - .... . ....... J ..v I will re~.ister in their school with I tna~ a ~ourtn class posloffice will I th,~ intor,:o’*tinn nf I.au~r~nt,~ and xor, out me court over-rul- o be ' a • ";7 ................... T, ...... c ....... ...... [Mrs tt Richard Adams accept- [ estabhsl ed at Mlddleway on tC’'n~ro~* c,,-.~.~J~ i. ’'h~.l,~ m ..... ,'me motion a . ,. • • .-,,..~, ...... .,..~.,~ ...~, .... .o ,v-.. down fo~ h e~r~ng,et tne mat lingl r~s?r~onlnR:tnson 2cch;~l. i Oc~ 2nSyolge61intAfdtMrinWae~;Ovn l ~nm~aVh~lh iLlt~:taaVn~:untCa~ $~)~ ~nenanaoali Downs seeks to in them at Wright Denn Stu- • ing a recommendation for the - , . ~the assessment nf .~1o~--- I ~ g .......... Y:,, _ Employees of the Jefferson Publishing Company took time out from their regular duties Tuesday afternoon, September 26 to/.eieo..’ P.’,m.’,or .---..,n ---- land Smith s car was damaged m ~e ...... ~I~--- ...... ~-- '~ '~1~I Pants at the aumor rngn win. oe a h ir res ...... , ~ ....................... ..,,,,.,,, .u.tthe amount of 260 Each of the ed onits" 7real estate by the ~ ........ ~ ..... ~-,- P y t e .pacts and tmbute to Brown L. Rissier on the occasion of h~s 71st birthday, Rissler began work wath the Farmers Advo- lact' hml not later than O(tobe~" • " ~ • $ .... [lilt ...... ~: ....... I. ' . .lud~d D=,,dhne ..... dat=' f ..... s- care, on w the Spirit of Jefferson-Farmers Advocate on February 1st. 1904, and has been continuously associated with the laaper/~ [parties elaimcd~ lhat the other ~e_ty_._ ~o_u_~-u set asme as Demg [mg will be r rmay, t)ctooer 13. Re ever since wRh the except~n of the time he spent with the United States Army during World War I. Ralph N. Dorsey, president of J "" I had ."run" a red lighL After an , ~s~ve and ~ms appeal will oe ~ tail merchants and businesses the Compan~ came to Charles Town from his home in Berryville, Va to attend the party which was held in the printing shop /._ _ --'~----'---'---~- .... l all day trial the july derided to bd November 6. [ who don't want their windows oS~ndwichretSl~ cake and ice cream, and soft drinks were served with the guest of honor, Mr. Rissler, cutting some mighty kingsize pieees[N~me~ Secret~rv W. V~• [leave the parties wlaere it found ~be Charles Town Pronerties I painted will notify Mrs lames E the b" daycake. Pictured in the press room of the newspaper and in front of the big Goss press from which over 4 500 copies $ ,- , ~ . i ~- . ....... . . , them and decided nellh(r ~ould d traok~ ~o~k’ ta h~v,~ ~n .~ [ Watson Jr of the Sp~mt of Jefferson- Farmers Advocate roll off on Wednesday ~nd Thursday of each week, is Mr. R~ssler cutting the large ll~_J___lt.~__ ~t~l~ Ihl ........... .-- ~i ...... , ........ ~ ~ ..... ’,h.,. i_~ ......................... "1 mh ....~,~ ......... ~n .... ~ o,, and attractively decorated birthday cake with the words, "Greetings for • H~ppy 7lst Birthday" on the top as other members of the lr~o[~rill[]OH tlUr women ..... :v"",:..... .............. .-" ~ment of $2,000,000 placed on I , :"" .E','J,"~L ...... ,:T,,?~.,~.. ,o~ ~ewsp~per mechanical department, the news, advertising and editorial staff look on. Shown left to right in the Picture are:---Max Brownl /---.-'~ ..... -- --~-- "':"---- ] lea town. ~m!)n. a ~0[mer county i:real estate set aside on the/~c~e:~Ucllu~S~vi~fart]~'u~iS co~:P:ra. general manager of thenewspape.r and the Jefferson Publishing Co., Inc., 'Don Rentch, news editor: Winston Birkitt, Walter Carper,[. ,~efle/:son ~ounty was nonored/resulent.., is from Winches(el. lurid that the notice given to it/ation flom the a~ents chilean A~,~ ~n~llS, ar.~anu ~usse. lvuuer ox me mecnanicai department; Mrs. June Slusher l~hrer, office secretary; Mr. Rifler, William [last Week w~m tne elecuon ot a t nnme~mtely preceumg yeslev- :t~- ,~ : ..... i . " . • P" . , . . ( " ) " 1 of t e mechanical department; Mr. R~lph N. Dorsey, owner of the Jefferson Jubllshlng Co., Inc., and the Spirit of Jef- [ statewide officer at the 14th bien [day's trial lhe court accepted a , ~te ~ounty (;purr was oetect-land mercnams Judging will ta~e ~erson- Farmers Advocate, and Henry Morrow, conductor of the (HWM) cohman and editorial writer for the newspaper. [nial conferenc of 1he West Vir-]plea of guilty of petit larceny i: and on the further ground |place and prizes will be awarded .... (Photo By Tim Sinn) ~ginia Federation of Repul~lican t frown Donald Edward Kav~ of ~.it_ls excessive. This case will[ Plans more !n details will be I , ~Women in session at ()gkbay tShcpherdstown and sentenced ia~aro ~ovem~e~ /.. lannouncea next weeg. ~|~m ~k~A :CAH Allll~l' h~&a~km"~AI ~III f~-IJit ~A .... |. I~ Ck|~ ’..g1^.~. /Park, Wheeling. him to a year in the county jail. , lull) Platle /ui AIIIIUGI I/UIIIIIIUII VIII It,,1111111~ IUW~ J[. Ilqla. olla~ oualel~ / Mrs. Floyd P. Owens, Sr. of lilts sentence io commence June i=l_ll_ l* '! • • a ~ • a| • I I~ / ~ ~,,. ,, /Kearneysville was named sacra- t 19 when he was arrested. He had ILlil ....................... lilII0fl HOtlPrfl ]nrlglflpr_. I A$ PI..~.I^,. TAw. H.,..:&.I .- tt.& lU.%.t ~]..&|_.L...,. iBa~K BUrnS wn~n II~r itary of the federation. Other offi ttaken a motorcycle in Shepherds- _ r 1/41 t, llall~ /uwII IIU)illlgl UII ISLi. i0 I I1KilI, Pld[IIII UH[U I.. .... ~, leers are: Mrs. James E. McClung, t town and was apprehended in Its r....__ ,,__ _ " " IBI0USe t fcHeg rlr IRichwood, president; Mrs. it. M. lgerstown, Md, OIVg$ hn0TI ~SI n0me At the regular meeting of the ,Mrs. H. It. Lehman, Mrs. George IRa(rid ta TIa I --___- -- [Albers, Hunting~n, [ irst v!ce[ Today a jury will hear the eyed ~'_ _ . '_. _ _ _ _ _ IWomen'S Auxiliary of the Char-lCole. I~iin~ ev v v |n~, I The condition of Mrs. Elma/_presi~.em; Mrs. ~ieo.rge t~eneKetlence in the case of ,lames t:. "" = I I • o Wlmenng, secono wee presment Moon vs Robert Burger a suit taet m Finn. (a a l/ n *iin aa , cs Town Hospital held n Tues- 1 Publicity, Mrs. H. H. Hunter. I __ [ Shipe of Route 2, Kearneysville, i ,. • ' ,. - :' t * , : • |~| ill /ll~; JOi~:l~, i~|i|l[~ day, Sept. 26 at the hospital with A report from the Voluntee’ ] The Charles Town Junior High Iwh0 suffered first, second and/ann Mrs. S. M. Stone, Charmston, [ for property damages, growing ~ [Mrs. Mark Horn presiding, much I Srvice Committee showed that 32 i little Panthers surprised the Tro [third degree back burns at her/tre~Ureo~~" the hi ,hli hts of the l ~)tUr~ o! an amo aeciaent last Wilt, '" " " ..... • 'ginia for the year 1960 Mrs lohn of intoxicants ire Fire Marshall's office and lmiuht break out i sor a tea gift and candy tables] The Pink Ladies have served |game between two Junior High l IVy's. Shipe was burned about [ ..... : " "; .- " "~'.. I .. ." ... : ' . .~ . , • ~ • "~- " ' ' • ' the hos "tal since Ma 1 196 h Williams ma~e rne presentatmn Next wednesday the ease or • National Board of F~re Un- [ With the completion of the [ and visitors will be g~ven a tour [pa y , 1 [School teams.~ It e back under her arms and on } .............. 1.. - _ ....... ._ . .. , • ,~'riters with the recent com-lsprinkler system each room in Iof the hospital. |without uniforms. Name pins[ The Trojans scored early, butlthe track part of her neck when a [~itaa~Usn~le°~am:l~:elngof~rs" 171't l~s°watr(~ )Will( ~S ~ooel'~ t'.umme~ ~ tieate s ci ( I mars II Is a suit ~ion of a nureber of.extensive ] t~, ho~ei,~ow ~ms four surlnkler l Mrs H~rn ~nn.i,~to~ the fn)~.~, ~ have also been ordered for volun- | from then on had to battle with I highly inflammable blouse sh~ |.. ' ~ ............ ". i. s ~" . , ~! ". ! I, llt~o~ ~nd i~aovntiart~: it ~.~,., I ~l~:.~..~_ ,~’~+4~'~.~__1 -- , --. ,:T_.:,,_'. I ,_:- ." .. - ~"-"'':Ty .'". --':2 "" / tears as a mea~z of identifieatiom lull th-~ ~a ,. ~,~, ~, ...... ~-,- [ W~r~ w~arill~ was v, nit,~,~ as sh,~ |l)lrs, trances bttlODllettel~r, wile [ lo ~eet}~er tP.on~v ior Dtlt~lr~ [ ................. ' " " A s celtic nee~ at esent are Pa " " • stood: an ]C "* , ' arlVeU dS 5tatC 17~epUOllUall l~il[- supplies a**u .~atrrlals a.egeuty ouneed this week by Barneylof the room ready to spurt forthleomin~ year: , l . . O .... pr . | nthers short of vmtoly. I . by ee tree sto~e m the/,..~.~ c ...... itt ....... ’ .... ~a ........ I~ ..... ~,.~,,.~ ~.. ,~., ...,...’, ,;. ,~.'k trail, a a~ r of th homo |waior when nnd if ,,ha ..... ~,~m I .. '~.- . .... l vomnteers to sort and put away/ The Martinsbur~ bovs. wholkitcnen of her home /,o.,,, yo,:. ..... ~k~,?: ........ v ............... -,, -:~ ,-~ v,,,,,,--- -, t,,,: • ~ , re_n age .... _ .e .._..._: I-----: ........ 7~" -.:"" : .......... I rurenasing, ~vtrs. tieorge t;om llflaens on Tuesdays and Saturdays/ho~n ,~ ....... ho'~,~ .,’~,~,o, ..,. I On diseove~i-,, her 'i~ .......... | prior to ner oeam in 1959. I deefndant • zraveii said (nat ne is expect i Perature reacnes the degree re-land Mv’ A B Cash co eh~irm~n" /. .- a .-- . . v / ..... • ~.*,- ~,et~.-- .,~a,,~ u.~.oa.vx.~ ! ..... e, ....... W...t .... • **..~) ~ ..... +-.....’ .~...,.... ......... +,~, ......... ~ ........ ~._ -::.o..:. , "W"'::" .... /m me morning Aoout an nour/in the first period scored first|afirel Mrs. Payne rushed into theich] , .,,, ,,--,.*,,, ,,,ov=~-,,- ,,, .,v uu.eu to ~ t,,v ~tv,,, ,. m.~- Men(ling, ~vtrs virginia t:arumers • • • • : .... ' • • . ~e in the near future by re- ion. chat • Is reqmred to do Anyone car- within a few minutes after" • the yard at her home and extinguish ~sentatives of both fire-safety[ The system covers the entireI rman .... t ingtov01unteermaycontact Mrs./game was: underway. They then ed the flames by rolling:Overand aries Town Council Purchases Lots ~ni~tlnnc |hr,,-n. ’~,~,~ *~. ~. ...... * *. ,,.~ I yS and eans, Mrs. R. W. [Glenn Brown wa phone 842 or took the ball on their own 34. over on the grouhd. She was [............ I............................ w"'~lFritts ch Mrs Kenneth Athe Mrs H H " , " " iml E , , Y, } Hunter 738 yard stne after a short Charles lhen rushed to the Charles Town was nearly three years ago top floor. There are also sprink- " .... ~ ................... ~" ..................... p . . . . , . = the West Virginia State Fire ler heads located under the sun I Town punt, and m three plays General .Hospital ~vhere she ~s S Site For Stand Pipes Be reded ~hall's office began cracking I porches on both the front and J World Wide/*nmmuninn I Tw^ M|nm, I,I;nku,~. [ had scored w~th halfback Ronnie I still a p~uent.. .... [ n ~ . . -- i,. - "l "--- on nursing, and re~t h .... Iback part of the buildin~ I av vln~ ~vnnn|~nnmvnl lUnV I'llllVl IlI~Ill~U]~ I~rey skirting a Charles Townl Mrs. ~nipe, her nusoant~ and IIn i/~n’~n ta In~*l~a~’a W~I~ idtl~t~mm~ ~rating in thestate Wit~hou~ t'"he [ A feature of the system" is the [ ’' .... .'--- r..-J-...~, l._~.L_L _~_ ~ .... ~t". end for 22 yards and paydirt. The [!hree childrenreside in a tenant [ lU IlUlI~VII IV i11~1~O~; IIO1~-I /I~]~Ul~ ~ssary fire-safety facilities / automatic alarm which is set in J ~t~[₯1[:~ ~)UHUd~ ~[ I ACCI0 lll'5 m Lounly I try for extra point failed. ! house on the Payne farm. / S t ~ " ~)-,~ ~t H-m,~ ~h.,~ .n,~." Jmotion at the moment any one l~ . . o ~, , J I Although the little Panthers l / ~ pine i ne in the near tumre mrnace in the water department ~ .................. *'~"/ ome • ~ [ y J ------ • outplayed the Trojans most of'~T "~ ~u J ~n [ residents of Ranson will fmd~offfce and also Io install a gaso. ag as the Moore Rest Home, of the s 200 sprinkler heads rres erJan nurcn Charles Town State Pohce r ....... " ..... "~ ..... , : . " . '. , ~.,i~i,~n ~, ...... i,~ .~o.~.; J onen The alarm is la-d onnll~h [ m, .... I n~.,aA ~,,,~,~.. ,'.~....;,~. n.,..e~ [ne second parma and all of the I"rl .vun,l ,e.sue ]when may open me water ,au. line storage ,ant: at the waterae er ~'*Re'st'~Ionles'~'in"th'e S"tat'~ It(can be heard fromanJ' o-in't The sacrament of the, .L~OrO. s I~":~' ~'Y,,"~o,~"'~'."'~,,.~"'f,r,a ]third, it was not until early in'D,,,.^k,JI D-, ..... & 1". /cats in their homes there will be pertinent from which city owned ~, -,~ ~u er Will De observed at the ~, -- .....~.=ot=., .,,. ,,,,u o..- . • . , " . t ~,m,~ nine additi,,-o~ ~-.,~ tin the home ...PP: ...... [~.~,.,~n .,~.,,,,. ~...~...~...~,.~ in ~ [the final period that they gained ~IgUGll I~lllqU~l /U ] more water pressure than they]motor vehmles, trucks arcs. will -,"-"- ~ "--- --'-- " na "~'~'~ llllllU& L~fle/~t* lllJt~ll~ "~a u * * ~ ...... etv ~a~,,v ...... ~,~h .... +,. ,.../ The snrinkler system nnorato~ [~:1" rms.Town rresoyterlan t~nur- . ................... ; .......... a break which they finally conver • have ever had as the result of act draw thaw gasohne supphes m ~-iCdeti-a°t'-the"home"]n'~ order[from a s']x-inch water line,~wl~i'cl~[Cenu°l~r~Ulnla..aY' ~act°~er ~rat.~the [~ccu;raed "o~n~ecYon~a'rye'Ro~te'~2',]Ed intothe tying touchdown. Be in Jhepherdst0wn takenby the Charles Town[the future. )~t t~.c~?t]~, ~:p~ramte. was J ls rt~?~e:t: .~thr~e p;h:t~e~e [hou~ Orne:b~tr.~2a: "~£oh:g~e~i~s [ ab~tar~2s3Oo~nn~.taStUnTdraYoperR I!ueg ~ea~)lc(~n]aedW~anrlMa~t~n~. The annual post-season awards [ [ ,* cd:~:~yhcnvi~rL':~a::e' :;f~::" .1 to ~rs. Kenna Knott Alger/water in the sprinkler heads lo- I will ~oin millio-~ ,.’ ,,~h,~. (,h.~o~ [R Truex said Mrs Bolard was a J..n pounced on the loose ball for I dinner for the players, managers, / ..... :. . p ". ase two I so _ ~ ,, ., ~, . . ................... (rearms Town on the Martins mrs on ~lxtn .~venue m ~anson eo oe~ore t:ounc, with corn I a pi~ogram was immediately/cated in non heated areas from l,~ ..................... : .... |nassen~er in a 193"1 Doa,,e bein- . " -J officials and league officers of [. . . : .. ., ' ~ j ' ' " a lall~ tlIVOIAg[IOIAL Ilia worl(1 ln~ tne *- e, "*~" ~' lo s a Sl ,.- - . ........ /. .... ~...~ .~_.,.~. +1... ~xr~ ....... I I ........... Iburg 15 yardstripe After four Ithe rri County Baseball league [ oe u ea s a "re ~or the erec plaints about the per state in ppea for proVlolng me aflaea/--ev--,~ uu--,$ ~,,= ,,,,,tax muu'lobservance of this .....,~,~,~* lariven ;~oum on l~ou[e z, oy 1"101t .... : . . . [ ' " ~ ...... • . - .~ .. ~ "[ " " P " ) z °'~"~'"~"" nne prays, quarteroacK JacKle will be held ednesda ev non ol stanop~pes wmcn selve , roven~nts ncessary for the [ths, an anti-free e attach~aent ] which w~o "-oqt,,+~a ~'.. +*'- T..~ [mes Boyd Hinton, 56, of Route 1, 1 .............. ". [ " W y ening,[ ".,. " ' • ! [which some of the homes and he to ~neet all the state re- / has been addd to the sprinkler I Jesu~ ~'°~' ~°-~i~,'~*~i,~"~'~ I Summit Point ~omter, na~t~acKs walter ~mim ! Oct. 18 a't 6:30 at the Men's Club t as an auxmary emergency waterI other buildin~ ~,~ s ....... ,~ .... rement~ and be isued a licen- [unit. [ that ~'h~;r~'h"nn"~'tnh:~"~''~l,,'~ [ Trooper Truex said Hinton was [and D icKie ~urns and fullback [in Shepherdstown, it was announ [ reservom [ of Charles 'ro~,vn"~'~i~'~i~a" • - ............... " ""~'"'~ van II al " " • • ~ - ' " ...................... to cont|nue operating by the / TURN TO PAGE 6-A J (~h .... ~ ~.~.,.~ o* a,a~ ~ ~ ~..a I char~ed with failure to have his J • ..Ott, a2. ternaung m carzy- cad thin week by league prest- I When the stand-p~pes are corn [Thev also cnmnlain~d ahm~! tho ............... ,, .............. ,,,,u ~ - In t Dell Goulte ..... " .......... ~" ................... te Heal{h Department. t ~ [ ..... +~, ......... , ~.~, v ~ I car under control Hinton told t g ile , r scored from I dent Ed Chr~sman. ' . J plated they wdl increase the I ..~...- .... ~, .... , .~,’ .,,,,,~h ..... .,~" ,,,,,~,," ~,..~. .... ~,, • e one yard hne on a sneak la wa ressure oday, after an expenditure of [D.,.lo.. U,ll ~4... L, t ~ [State Trooper Truex he rounded I.. P Y. [ Chnsman said Jesse R~ggleman, ter p m Ranson and/Die are living, that ~ill hat,,~ .,,, mRh trmd to run for the extra Id~rectoz of athletics at She herd provide more ade uate rotect ~ands 0.f dollars and many [DUIIAt$1" till[ran. I CORRECTION is: curve and when he saw another ]"pint but was st0"'-ed ~ust i~ "-" "" " " - !- - p ., I ..... eq , P .._ "J side toilets. They then asked May • .... ~, , vv ~ ' - t:ouege, wiu oe me speaker (or ion mr nre m me town ~ney • ths of ~lannmg and work, all [ p.~ .... V---. !- I.!1 [ -- [ car coming towards him he steer J c,,.~o .~.~.+ .., ,1. .... ~ ~. .... .~ .. i .... • . [ ......... ^~ . ;.... [ or Nmholas .Carson to name a • ,~o attu~ u..,,~ sua...~ a u ou tne pruner re ram Another WIll nolu oval ~ 000 aflUl[lonal ~the rec0mmendations which[~lYl~ll ~|l~d[m Sill1 [ It was learned this week that led his car off the highway to I the s ....was tied at 6-6 an~'P"~" i ......... P g • .... [ .. . : ~ = .... . , [committee irom Counci4 to meet ~,e made by the State Fire Mar] ~ [Edward E, Smith of Arlington, keep from hitting the car. His car [was it was still st~-'~'~t n~gnnght o t t.ne program w!u~ oe[gal!ons o~. water, one esnmatea [with their organization and dis- ~s offlc aek m 1959 1 Bun Va wh arrested b Charle nt m a w.~.~ ,u,u.,~ me presentation ot zeague tro h costs oz ~ne tanks atone is ~z~, ! " @ b " have 1 Elmer Thomas, Route , ,- J • o was • y s we " to field and came to a Jwhen the -ame ended --. ~ " P J,,.Z " "[cuss these problems But City At. lea, t:nnsman sale uuu il compli6d with, Mr, Travel1 ker Hill, has been givn a year s Town State Trooper Tommy halt against some rocks on an em [ Both teams took to'the air in ' " " • [ • [torney Fred Byrer informed ~ed. i [sentence in the Jefferson County[Ward, the night of Sept. 13 and bankment. Damage to the car a-|~. ......... ~ ....... .......... .. .... ,~~ ,. . . [ Bids are already being accept, t Couneil it would not(be legal to a~ . • .,,~ cm~m~ .,,.u~es tu u y u.u lvirs ttlcnara t~ ~mitn Jr oI " ' , automatic sprinkler system, [ jail following his arrest Sunday Icharged wRh drunken dr~wng mounted to only about $10. ["ull the -ame out of the fire but ~" " ...... "'" - ==" ;~'- J ed on the ~ob of erecting the [name such a commit~e to meet t,mg thousa~a~s of dollars, the I afternon about 2 p. m. on State ] and for leaving the scene of an Police also reported that on [ ~.~....~, ...... ~. .... ,^.~ , ~erryv~m,, va. vls~teu ~ss mid [ tanks. / for such purposes. No action was ~.va~ p~le, n**t~, a~ta~;~ xal~ett 1~ ~1111In laSt week St, most expensive and final I Route 51, on a charge of driving ] accident has not yet bee~ given Wednesday, Sept. 20 about 5:45 J ~, .... ~^..o~. ..... ,.~ ~2- ~.:_" " • J Council also voted to install a / taken on the request. ~llation re~luired to make the I while intoxicated and also for hearing on the two cases. A p. m. a 1956 Chevrolet being drw [ Panthers Butch Ca,',,er Meredith • ' .......... ~e a completely fire-safety ap drunken on a revoked operators hearing has, however, been set en North on Secondary Route 23, I ....... ?..v :.t' .... /~ ..e =i" ~ .'i'. A . .... # .... do b n i . • rolen, carlton tienle, l~illy fllunn red institution was completed [license. It was his second drunk-] wn for a later date. y Nan e L~v]a, 19 of Eagle Ave [ ................... t, umnn ~n~ KIrthtlav I'=ka a~ lam:m e rlllh D~m4h# ~r~ly. ~ l en driving offense and his third[ It was inadvertently erroneous nue, Charles Town skidded on I~w~.m-my moom, m~ .wm~ngnam ~ imm~ w'mm nnmmuujp, ~l~#UlUt~ Ull Vl VlIIUII O ~II~I[UUr /Oily ' . . • , • ' and Tommy and t~iLly ~ercer or the past ~nonth or so work offense of dmwng on a revoked [ ly stated m last week s paper that the wet h~ghway and went throu [ we ......... ~ • • • • re outstanding on defense w~m ' ri from the Hutchinson auto-I license. He was apprehended hylSmith had been given a hearing gh a fence and hit a tree, m the]walt " ith bein th -'- er ~m g e wo.~ ~h Sprinkler Company of Hun 1 Corporal G. G. Holman of the [ before Justice of the Peace ~Ierle Negro graveyard about eight [ hors ~he ffefise " i ,~ e on t o n, W. Va. have been in- I Charles Town State Police.I Alger. miles north of Charles Town. i " L .... ~ .... Police said the Livid girl was] ' • m A~o " ~m m ,~ . ram. m ~m m . ~ .m charged,with failure to have anlBAND BOOSTERS TOMEET I ouncll ~perator s hcense • ] TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3rd tmncers n,arnes nown nngn maem bo a nag ot the car amounted tol ,. o $ . [ The Band Boosters club wilit J have its regular meeting Tusday [ Xnna' Aliff Winnar [October 3 at the Charles Town • ,van ~,,u, vvumnmn~m ] Junior High School Auditorium In P0’alier ’0ntest lr 7:00 P. M. All members are [ [ gad to be present. [ w s ounced recently that[ [ It a ann ~: ~ ~ Nona Aliff, a sophomore at Shep [ GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY [ ~ :~ ~ herdstown High School, took first [ • . -, ~ gi~:~i~i:]~:~ ~5. ~:~::~i. place m the Pocalier Vacatmn I I contest s onsor ~ ~ ~ p ed by the Norfolk THIS IS YOUR, ..... -:i~.~;:!,~@?;~:,:~:]i~:~:,~%. and Western Railway, wlnnmg in v-~wrTm ~ nnT,~T. [ .... ~ ~::. '@::~:~::~:!~:~:~:~:!:::~:~i~. the summer reading dlVlSlOn ll~l ₯ ll/~llU£~l ~ / with a book review of Margaret I ------- Mitchell's GONE WITH THE .For Everybody to Visit Mar- 'L:':':'~:':'~': ~'~ ..................... ' ~" WIND chant - Noland, Inc.,on west • ~!!~ :~:i~i~i~:~,~"~" • Washington Street, FRIDAY, "~:;~'~'~:~i;: The review was published in [SEPTEMBER 29, axed See the the September edition of Norfolk[Brand New 1962 Chevrolet Auto- ~ili~ii~i!!i~iZ and Western Magazine along with [ bile We are not m~ttling out in- ....... ' : -- the winning painting and photo. [divi~lual Invitations this year, so "":~ ......................... : .............................. he Student Council of Charles Town Senior High School held it s annual install[t~n eearecmony graph. [please 4ake this as .your in~t~. -. One of the highlights of the 40th birthday dinner party o! the Charles Town Senior Woman s esday September 20, for the above group of new class officers named recently, y e heft q~ho Civil War I~ont~wni~l i’ P~ [ (ion to visit US on Frtcmv and see t;lub neld Tu~m~y evemn~, ~--, .............. ~ ..... - .... - . ' ' ' . ......................... - ~ --o, ~,cpt~mDer Jtu ~ the *znomas Jeiier$on lip(el, was tl~ ~cutullg OZ a large ht:~Ca.rla Alexandria, .Carolyn Car.perLS~ly Showen, Donn)t .Malone,. Bobby,.Dailey, t_reasurer: newing interest in the best seller [ the New Chevrolet. " birth d~y.c~ke and the above picture shows this ceremony about to begin Shown In the picture are, ~re~ ~a~Vllle, t;n~rles z~lloier, vtce-presmen~; r~m t~orso, l'a,t l~is~ter presltlent; .l~lll ~enuemng, ra.t ..~ o= ...,~,.~ ~.^ ~^:.~ ,t._ .., .... 1 r ~--" " 1~ ~l~ ~" """ """ ,e~ tO n~m' ~v~rs ti H Hnv~tt ~u’.~ ,..o.t. ~ ~,---~--- ~--.,- ~- ~ " . . ~. • . , seeret~ry; Eliz~beth Wysong, J~,ne Rlssler, Jennie Ra.msburg, ituth Nlcewarner, ~eUa Kerns. u.~,~ ~ o4~u, ~u u~? wm,~z. [ uut~ v. ~u tion; Mrs-James E'*Watson--1~.--=-'~'?~',,"’'~h~',~i.~,~?n~n~: ~m Charter memaers oz me organlu- row, left to right:--Tommy Crane, John Merchant, John Lowery, Wayne Lloyd and Bob Brown.. ~neJfl ne. augmer o~ ~r. an~ I J. PRESTON MERCHANT club and also in cha'r~re of the ~nn~-~':-~2--'d~.~ ~rs. ~. ~. moore: ~.. ImS~,pre~aent o! the (Photo By Tim Sinn) rs. W. ~. AIIIL | ,Set~t. 28-1t--FP both ch--*j- m~h~,7~ ........ n~ p~usr~m, ~,*rs. henry uu:row ann ~l~.~_nneLio_~ l~.y_ lor, \ , "--" , "~ , .................... (r'nolo BY ~ ~tnn),