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o. o . -~::--~-==! ~=/= 7-i ---- "PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE JEFFEHSON PUBLISHING CO INC. 210 North George St. - Charles Town~ W. Va. - Zip Code 25414 Second Class Postage Paid At Charles Town Postofflee NATIONAL NEWSPAPEI MAX BROWN, MANAGER -- DON RENTCH, NEWS EDITOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE AMERICAN NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVES, INC. Atlanta. Chicago Detroit - Los Angeles. New York - San Francisco Holy spi. *or Saloano [meet on Tuesday, Nov. 5, at theI ~uu~~ q,l~l~ home of Mrs. Anthony Hankey, " /has been postponed to a later |/~Pl' Camntendahan On Mrs. Stuart Cr'lm / date .due to the conflict with " ~ ~ Electlon Day. . . 1 Mr and Mrs. Stuart Crim of Nahonal Merit Test To Hold Hymn Sing 1 "Monte View' visited on Wed- A Hymn sing, sponsored by nesday evening of last week with the Youth Choirs of the United Mrs. B. Frank Humston at her Methodist Church, will be held home in Charles Town. Nov. 3, begin- t Mr. and Mrs. Russell Drushchel on Sunday evening, ning at 7:30 o'clock. In addition of Newcastle, Pa who have been to congregational singing and spending the past several weeks music presented by the local in the home of their son-in-law choirs, visiting choirs, guest so-and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A1 loists and special d,uets will be McIntosh, in Leesburg, Va while featured on tthe progrma. The the McIntoshes were visiting in public is cordially invited to at- tend and participate in the sing- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Light and children, Bobby and Lind& in company with Mr. and Mrs. War- ren Larue of Rippon, visited on Sunday with tthe former's broth- er and sisteri.n-law, the Reverend and Mrs. Harry P. Light and their five children at their home Europe and the British Isles, vis- ited on Monday afternoon with Mrs. Anthony Hankey and other friends in the community. TT ---To The--. SUBSCRIPTION $5.00 Per Yr PI? 15cts W. Va. Tax Keyser. E D IT 0 Mr. David Rowland and his JERRY SALSANO sma/1 son, Benson, of Richmond, For Business, News or Advertising Departments Va were overnight guests on (A department of Letters In A letter of Commendation hon- oring him for his high perfor- Tuesday of last week at the home Which Readers Express Their mance in the 1968 National Meri, t DIAL 725-2046 or 725-2047 of his mother and grandmother, Views.) Scholastic Qualifying Test has Mrs. Clifford Rowland and Mrs. - -" been awarded to Jerry M. Sal- THIjRSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1968 Bonn W. Crim. sano, student at Charles Town W.S.C.S to Meet October 21, 1968 High School, Principal Jackson The Women's Society of Chris- Mr. Max Brown m tian Service of the United Meth- Spirit of Jefferson Flardgan has announced. odist Church will meet at 7:30 Charles Town, W. Va 25414 Jerry is among 39,000 students o'clock on Wednesday evening,Dear Mr. Brown: in the United States who scored Nov. 6, ,at the home of Mrs. Rob- On behalf of the Bank of Cha- in the upper 2 percent of those rles Town as Trustee and various who will graduate from high On Tuesday, November 5, Jefferson County voters will be ert Light. asked to make decisions on more important and crucial issues Visitors on 'Sunday at the home members of the Wysong family, school in 1969 The Commended than in any previous elections in some years. And certainly of Mr. and Mrs. W J. Furr were I would like to take ~his oppo~tu- students rank just below the one of the most important decisions, if not the most import- their son and daughter-in-law, nity to express OUr sincere appre 15,000 SemifinaUsts announced in ant, they will be called upon to make, will be that of approv- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furr and ciation to the countless people September by the National Merit ing, or rejecting, a $3,135,000.00 school const 'uction and sons, Greg and Rick, of Charles who participated in the Wysong Scholarship Corporation. Charles improvement bond issue which has been proposed for the Town and their son-in-law and sale on Friday and Saturday, Oct Town High School had two stu- county by the County Board of Education. This decision is daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ober 18th and 19th. I have neverman,dents' whoMikequalifiedMays andasPamsemifina.Hoff- Chrisman of Leetown. lists in the Merit Tests. one which will not only have a bearing on Jefferson count- Mrs. Marshall Jenkins, in corn- Mr. Salsano, who is the son of ions for the next two, four and six years, but also upon the pany with Mrs, Hazele Miranda Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Salsana, 600 children of the county at present, and for generations to and children, Tina and Robin, of Charles Town sr~nt Fridav visit- spite of the inciemen~ weamer. Brooke Street, Charles Town, has come. ' ' " "n er hanks and a re one sister, twelve-year-old Steph- ,W~th m c e t pp - For nem-ly a year now a special county-wide Citizen's mg the latters mother at her . . AdvisorT Committee, comprised of more than 100 of the home i- Bethesda, Md On Sun- clatmn to all who attended the ante. His favorite subjects are math, science, and English. His County s more civic-minded and prominent leaders in many day Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins had as ~ sale, I am Yours trul-hobbies are tennis, weight-lifting facets of community life, along with a five-member Board their guests Mr. and Mrs. Philip ~z. ~: z Lan'ham of Boyce, Va. 1 ~. Mkrl Uenr~ and listening to music. He plans vlce t'resloent Trust umc to attend college and wants ,to of Education, have been giving long and careful considerate[ The South Jefferson Ruritan I : ion to a whole host of ideas and recommendations for im- proving and expanding the county's school system and it's i ClubitheMethodistheld its Octoberchurchmeetingwhere ata I ~ucmoer ~v~ become an engineer. physical facilities. The Advisory Committee and the Schooldehcmus"' droner' w~ s~rved ~o ~pirl~ oI jeizerson-Aovoca~e14 are the best thing that could hap- Board have now approved a comprehensive plan and Tuesday t them by the W.S.C.S. of the ~narles o'lwn, w. va. zo,~ pen to Jefferson County. Dear tvlr rown they will be asking YOU, the voting citizens of the county, church The dinner was followed . : Thank you for your support. to approve this plan by voting for the school bond proposal, by a business meeting and a very On behalf of the Citizens Ad- Sincerely, ]interesting program. [visory Council, I would like ,to Student Council of Charles Town We must say here, and now, that we are not endowed with ~ "Venture in Faith" ] extend my sincere thanks and High School. any superior knowledge or insight, that we feel gives us the Program Begins l appreciation to you andMr. right to tell the people of this county that centralization is, I A Diocenan-wide program of, Rentch for the outstand!ng con- October 27, 1968 or is not, the best for the county, anal how they should vote Evang,elism entitled "Venture in s derat nn nd uC pe au r chY o A letter to the Editor: on this vital issue. This is a decision which every taxpayer, Faith will be held throughout na e e d When the first talk of a consol- every parent and every person that goes to the polls to vote the state of West Virginia dur- i ~ona program. . idated school for Jefferson Coun- Tuesday, must make on the basis of their own convictions, ing the month prior to Advent ' Your fine newspaper has allow- ty began, to my great relief I We do feel, however, that we, do know enough about the and the first ~)f the study ed us to present the facts on the found that my class would not be physical facilities of the county s cmTent school system, in classes sponsored jointly by the School Bond in order that every- affected so it meant practically nothing to me, but now, all of a which the more than 4,600 children strive for an education, Church of the Holy Spirit and[one could fully understand the sudden it means practically to state emphatically tl at they are most inadec uate in many, Grace Episcopal Chu ch, was / program. many ways. And i~e also certain, tl J -person who has held on Sunday evening in the L :r ~his is probably the most im- eve~thing. visited even som " of the present s ho ' ild ings will agree White Church in Middleway. ~ ~fS~~ ~vote On education ever When we clear omr mind of ati The classes are under the direc-1 made in Jefferso~ County. Pass- the modern architectural plans when we say without hesitation, that Jefferson County's tion of Mrs. William V. Brook, age of the School Bond will allow of "flexible walls" which'are a school system is inadequate to meet all of the present needs, Jr and Mrs. Stuart W. Crim and Jefferson" County to take an im- to say nothing of the needs of the future. In a great many: are open to all those in the corn- instances some of the school facilities are overcrowded to inanity who are interested in this the point that many of the children not only are forced to discussion program. The next study in overcrowded classrooms, but are in some instances session will be held in the White housed in unsafe buildings. And there are instances where Church at 8 o'clock on Sunday it would, in our opinion, be unconscionable to permit the evening, Nov. 3. situations to continue because there can be no doubt but that Mr. and Mrs. William Swartz and the former's mother, Mrs. these s tuatmns will not,only get worse, but others will de- oh ,e " "t s r s vemp as school popumuon increases. ,tna J mo v ce v- Town were visitors on Sunday ainly will. aRe oon the home of Mr. anal Whether this plan, which is broader and more comprehen- Mrs. Howard Dunn. sive than the one which the voters rejected about two years Home Dem stratiou ago, will be more acceptable to them Tuesday, we do not know. We do know, however, that some kind of a school im- provement program is going to have to come in the near future. And while the practice of frugality and economy is a fine, but scarce, characteristic these days, there are times, when this practice can be overdone to the point that the purpo is frustrated and the objective is not only defeated, but is most costly. So we sincerely hope that every pro;son in the county eligible to vote Tuesday, will give the school bond issue the serious consideration it deserves. We further hope YOU, THE VOTER, will weigh this matter carefully not only from the standpoint of what will happen if the school bond passes, but also from the angle of what will happen if it does not pass. Red Cross Making Clothing Appeal For Green Family The Jefferson County Chapter of the American Red Cross is making an appeal for childrens clothing for the family of Dor- othy Green. The clothes were burned in an early morning fire this past week. The family con- Club to Meet The Summit Point Home Dem- onstration Club will hold its No- vember meeting at the home of Mrs. White Grantham at 7:30 o'clock on Thursday evening, No- vember 14. Mr. and Mrs. Harold ,Hinton and Mr. Jack Canary spent Sun- day visiting with the former's son and daughteri-n-law, Mr. and Mrs. DOuglas Hinton and their daughters, Audrey Miehelle and Virginia Clark, at their home in Remington, Va. Mrs. Joke Frye and children, Kenny and Pamela, of Charles Town, spent Sunday visitiing at sists of ten children Clothing is the home of her -arents Mr * ' O ~ ' " needed for g~rls s~ze 8, s~ze ~ and, and Mrs. Aubrey Jenkins. size 1 year. Clothing is neededq . Mr. and Mrs: Reuben Poston of for boys 6, and size 4 years. I Charles Town were visitors on If you h ve any clothing youl Sunday at the home of fer- wish ,to donate to this family-mevs brotheu--indaw and sister, please call the Red Cross Office Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fellers and 725-5015 in the mornings 9-12:00 his brother, Mr. Skinner Poston. or leave them on the second Mr Alexander Dunlop of "The Sprudes" remains a patient in the floor of the county building on Winchester Memorial Hospital the corner of George and Cong- where he underwent major sur- tess streets. ,gery on Wednesday of last week. E.C.W. Meeting Postponed GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY The E.C.W. of the Church of portant step forward in educat- ion. The old two and three class room elementary schools will be replaced by new structures which will allow every child in Jeffer- son County an equal opportunity in education. The new county high school will give every stu- dent the opportunity to get the best possible education Jefferson County can provide. This is not possible under the present sys. tern with limited space and cour- ses in the three sel ara e high schools. The future of education - the future of Jefferson County - is in the hands of thevoters on Nov. ember 5th. A "YES" vote on the School Bond is a vote for pro- gress. For the sake of your chfl. dren, for the future of our cou. nty, I urge and plead wRh each and every person to vote "YES" on the School Bond. With sincere thanks and appre ciation ,to this Imper, its staff and to you who have read this letter, I am. Yours truly, Shirley M. Hunt Charles Town High School Charles Town, W. Va. October 30, 1968 Mr. Max Brown Spirit of Jefferson Advocate Charles Town, W Va. Dear Mr. Brown: We, the members of the Stud- ent Council of Charles Town High School, urge everyone in Jeffer- son County to Vote YES on Nov- ember 5 for the School Bond Levy. We feel that new schools must for any good school and of the computerized system which is absolutely necessary fbr any school to be run smoothly, we hit a note of sadness as we rea- lize that all the old traditions and rivalries we once took for grant- ed will die. All the prestige that comes only through years of good and hard times must be pushed aside to make room for comput- ers and IBM cards and any pres- tige we then gain can be given a number, like the students, and filed away. We must not let silly emotions, which are only responsible for our whole state of being, stand in the way of progress.' So what if our school days which are sup- posed to be the happiest days of of our lives turn out to be the most miserable? At least we can say we graduated from a spank- ing new high school with not one square room to its name. I can't understand why an old high school is considered so ter- rible. Colleges thrive on their age and fight over which shall hold the title of being the old- est. Colleges have square rooms and they're proud of them. Well, I suppose this monstros- ity will b~come a reality and all the happy voters will have their way but the voters won't have to go to school there. COUNTY CITIZEN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION The U. S. A. Presidential Elect ion is just around the corner Tuesday, November 5, 1968 a day and time for the "All American OPEN DAILY 9:30 - 5:00 FRL & SAT. 9:30 - 9:00 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. F-R-E-E CHRISTMAS GIFT WRAP To settle the estate of Lucy D. Miller, I will offer for sale in front of the Berkeley County Court House, the foUowing 1o. coted at Vanclevesvillc, W. Va. (4 miles southeast of Martins. ~urg, W. Va.) AT 10:00 A. M. Approximately 16 acres of land with the following improve- ments: 9 room house, 5 bedrooms, water in kitchen, small,barn, garage, chicken house and 2 hog houses; land Is all level; close to Veterans Administration Center, IRS Computer Center, and The Martinsburg Country Club. For inspection Contact Edward "NOd" Morrow, Auctioneer (304) 267-8292. Terms: $1500 down, balance in 30 dpon delivery of deed. Oct. 31.1t- DANIEL S. MILLER Executor of the Estate of Lucy D. Millet', Deceased Game'. The Presidential Election I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE thatto all AmerlcanSfour look forward[for THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1968 A-,4 every years in rooting ] ---4 their favorite Party and taking~ an active part in exercising their / Hallowe'en Party Richard Roper, Miss B. J Alls~ freedom to vote for the President Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C Coff- Mr. and Mrs. Benny Mills, ~i of their choice, man entertained Saturday" even- and Mrs. Norman Ballenger, As this November Election ing with a Hallowe'en Party. Millie Creamer, Mr. Sam draws near, let us give deep and Those attending were Gary Coff- Alvin Mills, Mr. and Mrs. La~ sincere thought to our American man, Sandy Coffman, Beverly Maconaughey, Mrs. Wayne ]t# inherRance of God and Country, with freedom, ~ruth, tolerance and decency. And let us not only preserve our American Way of i Life, and what it means, but keep it always alive and pass it on to other Countries. And let us remember, it's a very happy feeling when you say - I'm thank- ful for the many blessings re- ceived in this "Good Old U. S. A." - but it's a much greater feel. ling when you say to the whole wide world - "I am proud to be an Americanr' -- m Mrs. Floyd Simons Mrs. Daisy Deaver spent Sat- urday with her daughter and faro. ]ly, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chamblin in Mlddleway. Visitors the past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown were: Mr. and Mrs. John Whir. tington and family of York, Pa Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Jenkins and daughter of New Orleans, La Mrs. Vallie Jenkins of Winches- ter, Va Mrs. Frances Custer of Jefferson Terrace, Mrs. Minnie Zombro of Kearneysville, Mrs. Joan MeDaniels and daughter, Mrs. Elsie Maye of Charles Town, Rev. and Mrs~ William Reed, Mrs. Paul Zepp and Mrs. Daisy Deav- ers. Mrs. Paul Maconaughey and daughter called on Mrs. Gladys Pulse on Saturday. Mrs. Bertha Simons visited Mrs. Lucille Brown and daughter, Gladys on Tuesday morning. Mrs. Virginia Israel of Martins- burg and Mrs. Avis Grim visited Mr and Mrs. Ernest Simons and family in Middleway Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hilliard and daughter Virginia of Shepherds. town were callers on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simons and son and Mrs. Nora Steward. I would like to extend symp. athy to Mr. Lawrence Painter and family on the death of his wife, Mrs. Ella Painter, last week. Mrs. Virginia Israel, Martins- burg, Miss Jean, Bryant of Mid- dleway, Mrs. Avis Grim, Charles Town and Mrs. Grady Owens of Summit Point, Mr. and Mrs. Mel. vin Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roper were Saturday callers of Mr.-and Mrs. Floyd Simons. Mrs. Betty Si~aon of tiebJS~ and Mrs. B Wednesday n~'~ .~e~ ~r,~~ Mrs. Simons visited her doctor. Coffman, Kay Coffman, Phyllis Coffman, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Coffman, Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Coffman, Kenny Costello, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Coffman, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. rell, Becky Mills, Greg Mills, William Maconaughey, Mr. Airs Grove, Mr. Elmo Hannas and Lynn T. Coffman. 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