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FORECAST. b.~l* clou~ and sunshine, ttl bout 47 today. Fair to- 20 to 26. Friday sun- change in temperature. Saturday, fair, moder- "Serving The Charles Town- Ranson and Jefferson County Community Since TWO SE IONS i I Read By More Than 20,00{] People Every Week 95, NO. 47 WEST VIRGINIA'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER CHARLES TOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, W. VA. TttUI{SDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1959 COMPLETE LOCAL NEWS COVERAGE PRICE 10 CENT~ WRECK WRIGHT DENNY ShFE D~NNY SAFE DEMOLISHED---Shown above is the right Denny Grade School in Charles Town wlflch Open Monday night and from which about $40.00 in -*cks was stolen. This was one of three safes c]amaged robbers. ~,wn Municipal and~could get the Jumor High same are working on a open -tds and clues which Although there 'was evlde,nce connection with the that the intruders had been in c entering of three some other room at the Wright laty schools and the Denny School, nothing was taken e school safes some and apparently only money was L 10:30 Monday night taken from any of the schools. L~ ;day morning. The Harpers Ferry safe was a I $400in' ca~,o*" ~,~^"'~ wall vault and the other two were en twn nf t.ho floor safes. Both the Wright Den from ..... .... ---- ---,~ ~r,~.no Fel saf s were ;, The schools hrnkela Hy a.~.....~rs "ry e ! ~arpers Ferry-I~I-igh heavily damaged, but not too right Denny ~,rado much damage was done to the the Juni-or-I~IiglaJunior High safe. Entry to all rles ,r ..... three buildings was either throu- Of ~,,,--~. .... - _ gh rear windows or a doo~r. .o., in .snOo ,porl l [ P 1Rl ha?soor tken at Harpers Trooper G G Ho man o the cha and between los Town State Police and Charles the Wright Denny Town Police Chief and Sergeant g was taken at theHoward Whitmore a~e working on ehocL since the rob the robberies. able to get into the Corporal Richardson said today they were ei- all three robberies were done by or ran out of the same perso,ns, probably two leave before they young men. Berryville Man Is hrrested In John Price Everett O. Smith, 54 of Audley Farms, near Berryville, Va., was taken into custody Wed.nesday night and charged with negligent homicide and hit-and-run in con nection with the hit-and-run high way death Sunday evening about 6 p. m. of Joh,n Benjamin Price 49-year-old Negro of the Mount Pleasant section of Jefferson Co. Largest Contingent of Inductees in Many Months Go From Jefferson. County This .morning at a hearing be- fore Justice of the Peace Merle Alger, Smith was released under $1,000 bond posted by J. E. Ed- wards, his employer, for a later hearing before J~stice- Alger at 10 a. m. Dec. 9. Smith was taken into custody Wednesday night after question- ing at his home at Audley Farms by two Virginia State Troopers from Berryville and Troopers Tom l ................ my Ward, R. R. Truex a,nd G. G. : zne .largest con~mgent oz inuuc~ees ~o go into the nauon's Armea Holman of Charles" Town. i Forces from Jefferson. County. in. many. months were sent to the "h~ -'u~ +" +h .... rohensi,,n ,,e Armed Forces induetmn stahon m Baltimore Md Tuesday and of 1 ..... u ~ ~ ,,~,~, .... the ten nt ine ' ": ' ............ se , n of them were volunteers according to Mrs. Helen ~m~n was a part oz a me~a~ neao ~ Glenn le k h e f " " ....... k lassI c r of t e J f erson County Selechve Service Board the Ilgn~ rim ana some oro en g ~: b r ' " v " i . ~- ~.~.,.. ,o ,~ ..... ,~ oa d will not, howe er be called upon for any men next month I..r.om ~.,ne car Wnl~f, ~r o"ers~u'i The volunteers sent for'induction were as shown above front row "~'ne vlrg nla ~ate o pe o- f ' ' ..... -~- ~+h ~- "~s~'~- l le t to r~ght:----George V, Cook, Ranson; Daniel B. Jackson, Jr., caeca ~ne ..,-- ~,~ :i}?-d:Cl~ .... i Harpers Ferry" Morris R. Hosby Charles Town" David A Curry neaongn~ rlm ano no~ le '~nar- Ranson n k'r " f~ " r" -" ' ..... ' "- " " - "' ]~ "r., n ~o~ O~li~ In,,esti i - . Dae ow. le t [o lgnt:--Jonn x. r~ew~nan, unarms town; ..... ,, uo.~ t~. .... Ford C Bowhng Charles Town" Ersel L Yost Shenandoah Junc- gallon ab me car ,,.,,,~ ~,,~ ,,,, " ' ' ' ........ , .... A 1,,, ~, lion and Magruder L Rideoutt Charles Town The one non-vol- nan oeen ~aKen ~,,,~,~ ~, ~,.~ t' r who ' ' " I o, o. o, un ee went was Jesse Frye, Kearneysvflle. aVn'~i~'al:~o"a. ~'iec'e'p of'" sa }e~t"'~y-gl'as''~,I, , (Photo Courtesy VFW Post) which matched that found at the see,no of the accident. I'!r11 ~ 1 t * '~ 7' .1 Trooper Holman said Priee's ill~r~ /Saltl]Tlo/'~ ICH:ltrlg ..... in alo si .......................... ooay was zouna ly g ng oe l the highway about 7 p. m. by I"1"% .1 "1 ~ * T "1 IJohn U. Miller of Clarke County. ~meclctect _~ acln~f H]v~nlle He immediately notified police ' ~ ~ '~ .... 'and Price was rushed to the Char 1' "1 ~ m m rrll ~ los Town General Hospital Where 111r~'~P~ r~l"l"i[~'r |1,'1,,~ N'r~r~'l'lffl/'N' lhe was pronounced dead on arriv- ,$ ~.~,~,~,~ a,~,~.~a.L~,,,w..a,.a,a~,a.~-at ,a, j.~_,~.~.m~xx~.~ !al. He had sustained multiple brui ~ ________ -- ses and lacerations and Trooper i - .... ' .... Three 14-year-old Baltimore stable of the Harpers Ferry Dis- ~olman sam ne apparently nan ,_ .' . . ~ _ ..~ (Md.) youths,cold, hungry and trict was summoned and he in oeen KnoeKeo oown ano 5nen run _ ._ penniless, decided Tuesday morn- turn called Corporal Richardson over oy ~ne car ing that facing charges of forgery of the Charles Town State Police. A native of Summit Point, Price bicycle theft, etc., in a Baltimore The boys said they had $15 be- was born, August 1, 1910. Surviv- Juvenile Court would be better tween them when they left Balti- ors include: his wife, Mrs. Mar- than freezing to death so they more Friday and when take,rt into ~garet Price, Boston, Mass.; two gave themselves over to Jefferson custoc~ they had just 20 cents. daughters-Mrs. Irene Curry of County law enforcement officers They said they had begged food Charles Town and Mrs. Gloria at Harpers Ferry. along the way and had spent the Peyton of Summit Point and six Corporal I. P. Richardson of the nights sleeping in barns and old gra,ndchildren. Charles .Tow,n State Police sa}d' farm shacks. They wore only light The body is now at the Melvin this morning the youths were re- clothing and had v~ry little in the IT. Strider Company Colonial Fun- leased late Wednesday night into way of other belongings with i~ral Hmne.where funeral services the=custody o~ their paz'ents to be them. were Conducted Wednesday at 'taken ~back to Baltimore to face ....... ,r 11 a. m. with the Rev. 'Homer BuN Juveniie~Court action. lett officiating. Burial was in the Mount Pleasant Cemetery. One Hurt In Two Jefferson County Highway Accidents One person suffered minor in- juries i:] one of two highway ac- cidents which occurred in Jeffer- son County Saturday and Mon- day. Charles Town State Police reported today. First of the two accidents oc- curred Saturday morning about 10:20 on U. S. Route 340 about 3.8 miles West of Charles Town. Charles Town State Trooper R. R. Truex said a 1958 Mack trac- tor-trailer truck being driven East on U. S, Route 340 by Hen- ry A. Knaus, 29, Glc,~ Burnie, Md. in attempting to slow down for an other truck, Jack-knifed and side swiped a 1956 Pontiac being driv en West on Route 340 by Harry Christopher Dofer, 53 of Balti- more, Md. Trooper Truex said damage to the truck and car amounted to i about $1,500 . A charge of failure i to keep his vehicle under control was placed against Knaus. Monday mor,ning about 1:50 James Calvin McCarty of Kear- neysville, suffered lacerations of the left ear and an injury to his right leg when he went to sleep while driving and lost control of the car. Trooper W. R. Barlow said Mc- I " i Carty, drlv ng a 1949 Hudson, and ~going West on State Route 48 lost I c,o,ntrol of his cat" as he was driv- ing home. The car first crashed ]into a mail box, then through a fence and into a field. McCarty was charged with fail- !ure to have his car under control. Take O ement Jefferson Cleaners Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Cat,per of Charles Tow,n have taken over the management of the Jefferson, :Cleaners establi.shment on 3rd Ave hue in Ranson, effective at once They will feature free pick-$p and i ~delivery service and all woi'k will be fully guaranteed by them. They solicit a share of the public pat- :ronage and t,heir phone number is 412. Their a,nnouncement ad- vertisement may be found on an- other page of this issue of the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate. Each Town After Race Track Voters of Charles Town a,ndlhas been p~shed. Ranson and also those residing[ In the first special election held in certain outlying neighborhoods l last April the corporation of Clmr bordering on the two co||unit- I los Town sought to extend the cor ies, are going 'to be asked in the lporate limits to i~aclude virtually near fut'ure to vote on extension[all of the residential section of of the mu,~icipal boundaries of lgreater Charles Town West of Jef their respective towns. As a mat,-I ferson Avenue and the two race ter of fact, special elections for ltracks. In this election the major this purpose may be held in the lity of the voters of Charles Town two communities within the next [favored the move, but tiae rural few weeks. But if details are not[folks rejected it. completed in time for voting on [ Charles Town officials then re- the issue prior to the Christmas [duced the size of the area propos season, the electic~ns will most led for annexation and in a .~ec- certainly come in early 1960. loud election c~n June 30 a major- Evidence that the boundary ex- [lty of the voters both in the town tension moveme~nt is being pushed I and in the area proposed for an- again and that the public will be lnexation accepted the proposal. asked it's decision soon, was pros- [ Immediately following the sec- outed Monday night wtaen the loud election the town of Charles Charles Town Council authorized [Town enacted an ordinance levy- a re-study and revamping of the [i,~g a tax on each of the two race plans and procedures used in two [ tracks, assessing them with a li- previous attempts to take some of lcense tax of $250 per day per the rural folks adjoining Charles ~ track for each day of track oper- Town into the town. fat[pus. Council's action was more a [ Immediately following this each formality for Council records sin-] of the two tracks instituted separ- ce it has been generally known late suits in the Circuit Court of almost since the last annexation, l Jefferson County contending attempt was ruled null and void ] that t'he town had not complied i~ Jefferson County Circuit Court, I with the law in its annexation pro that the City Fathers were plan-tceedings and that insofar as the ning to try again. ~ race tracks were concerned the According to reliable sources i town's action was improper and the bomdary, extension proposal i illegal since the tracks were not this time will be somewhat differ- i"urban property". At the same ent from the plans followed in time other suits were filed by each the first two elections, track contesting the validity of This time Charles Town will gothe taxing ordinance. after only one of the two raceIn his opinion delivered Oct. 18 trucks, with Ranson plarming to Judge D. H. Rodgers ruled since go for the other one. Present the tow~ admitted that its official plans call for the property owned record did not disclose that the by Charles Town Properties, Inc., preliminary steps prior to propos- (the track owned by the Cohen Brothers and Lou Pond,field) to be included in the area being pro- posed for annexation to Charles Town. The property of Shenan- doah Downs will be included in the boundary extensions election which the town of Ranson is in the process of preparing. Ransom officials have been work ing hard for the past severM weeks on getting petition signers, ed annexation had been taken the court had t.o rule that the whole election was null and void, not only as to the two race tracks but as to all property proposed to be taken in. Spokesman for the town said they would take an appeal from the decisio~ to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals. But they never did preferring instead to hold another election. The lads, none of them much over five feet tall and very thin and lean lookinz told Corporal making area and population sur- Spokesman for the two tracks t ~ tat.~l ~ n i~ Richardson the"had been iavol- || R 2 veys and doing other legal proeed stated after the court's declslc,n ~|ce w~| ~e Ne|~ .~,n i- ~ ...... :~f'- from a num * ~ |||~ I ures necessary in any proposed an that even if the town had followed t l i~lkJn I m " hor nf nn~;'t, rnont, houses in Bait[- ' nexation referendum, the statute, which sets UP the Pro I m mm p ..... ,~^ ,.....~,... ~r ,,~,~,,t~ | m m ~ = ~ m At the .ame t~me Charles Tow.n cedure for annexatmn they would m narn re ..... s ^~ ~'i ..... s had other artic InOlll@f~M /AIIMCt Jr~tld~ tfnclals have been ousy revising continue to contest any proposed ) .... @ - i~ ~na that th.v were to have ilIUU~}II]! lVqS~llJI /lUlSe%~ the}r plans and also in handhng ,annexat|o~ on the ground that "" ~-:OU t15onto of ................ ~ -- r s " i t~ ..... I ~ m ^~ ,ws ~ m ~ ~ There will be a union Thanks h~.n t.u.. h~w ~ aaaltimore Ju i necessary procedu e in preparat- ~the race track properties are not r tol to na,ndhng ~ | ivin Service at the Cam Hill morn , ' ion for calling for a thu-d boun-I"urban in character" and there- oUt[no m~,* ..... ,~ I U e UT/no Roan tO e g g , p vemle Court Judge Tuesday The Jefferson County Chamber, President Marshall retorted a I .............. ~._ -: ............. , ' Methodist Church in Har"~r's'---- +-- "^^^ "~-~ -h-r~es Two of .... -,, . I ....... F~ _ I nary ex~ensmns election. T zore cannol~ legally oe orougn uer of s ci 1 corn- 1 . . . ~-~ .,~ .............. s . oi uommerce wos zormaiiy lacor- i[oLal oi ~5 paio Up memoers arm , , , ., , De a ] For on Thanks lwn Da at 10 .... Ri bards n J . ' The sme of the area which will w~thin the town s j arlsdictlon a. re rt and dis ry g g Y . the boys told Corporal c o porated Tuesday at noon at a lunhe said he felt sure funds from . ' po - Se~m0n F 30 A M Churches from both . n roba i n ' be proposed for annexation by the without their consent. ays for improving or Methodists [_. _ ..... they were already .o! p to cheon meeting held at the Tho- memberships will be sufficient to t,,,~ t ..... ~ .... , ,,~. h ..... ~.,.o Ch,~ o,,ot~,,n ~,~ .h,,~, !Struction in Jeffer- J ...... [~oJlvar ann riarpers _werry Will for previous law violations. . mas Jefferson Hotel when the ~meet the budget which hasbeen I~:~.~"~.~,~h'.'"~'~'~ ~" [~,~"~ ~"~.~"~:~i~ "'~?h:~,."~,~':- t~)ls from Miss Lu- [ ~III~I/~U Idneninn A~ 1 1 I participate ia the ioint service. The youths said they decided membership ~pproved the two [adopted. I i Ior, director of in- [ ~umm~u$ m-lv/mmmmm~ ~1 I I J The Pastors and members from last Friday rather tha,n ~o before minor changes in the by-laws to ] For the program two informal [~ , ~ ,r t~,~ n,,,~ ],f t~o ,o,,~ ,.,,.,~ ...... ~,~,,~ ~e county's schools. J "h ............ Bolivar Methodist Church, St. the ju, ven~le judge and" be sent permit, the "Incorporated" to be J and brief talks were given with J''ForRanson th'is w~'ll~"be the first Ins ~t'lae ~ow'n" was"w~t't~out"au'tla'o~r-" wet ] x e ~,~e o~ ,me sermon at mej caned ~o me name ann re-approv [lndustryregars to iurther aevelopment or ~ ' ~, i ' reported on the n s ~ o al The Lutheran to a reform school they would go t x Charles Town " Job ' Ep'sc p ' . . a tempt at e tendmg the town s lty to Impose taxes on property or ~eneral usln~ from Methodist Ch.urch i~,~,,.,. ...... ,.'..r c,_~,~ o.,,~ t,~ Florid~ They said they stole ed the by-laws and all officers and and the tourist trade in ~ .... ao~,o~ xa,,~ f,,, c-~,, "r,~,~ .... ~,,,,,~ ~ ..... ,~ ~ ,~ lned horn the vat for Smday November 22 will be , three ble cles in Baltimore anddirectors Jefferson County es - " '" ["The Rule of t.he R~I " 'Wo ~,, o ICamp Hill Methodist will join to-Y ' " _. J . _ ~.. ' ..... [it will be the third time the move' Continued On Palre 8-A named a year ago I_ s.._^i .... '.".~:_7:. _ ~Y"" .."~ ~"'~ I gether in worship and fellowship started West on U. S. Route 40, Officers re-ha|ca were: A. R. I ~osep.n.~taley. Chairman o~ the I ~ Stud.. v ~pet: az mw~a~lon tO al'l Ol our ~ ......... " ...... n"-- n-t '-now[n" the-" were Marshall nresident' Donald Eack linous~rlal committee said there I x. . The orlerlng Will oe given cO appare ~ly u r~ s a , ~- , ,." . ,~ aflthorized a two- [unchurChed friends to worship IChildren's Haven The public is in heading in the ~wrong direction for los, first vice-pros[debut; Joe Stal- lure bwo major qu~stlc~ns whmh [~nm~J ARq~ t~-~l~'~k~A ~|l~Am ,or teachers to be ~w~n us. ?no worsmp service Pc- Iv[ted' Fqorida When they reached Fred ey, second vice-president; Her- [must be answered first-"Where [~||l,l| ~U||~||~ ~|1[~ ~||~||~|| ~rior .to the open j~l~ .a~ x~.~_ an. we a~so express [ ' ~ crick, they got over onto U. S.man Willis, treasurer and Brooke [do we Stand?" and "What can we I ~"~ ~ehool year. At I~'~'~, ~,~ua~,:o~}.to a~e~o our.~un-I ~ ~ . m ~ ~ . Route 340 and wound Up at the Blackford executive secretary,l iJO?'' I~-J.~ ...... T~ [.*---- ~--.. ~--|~ ....... &-- Slaecialists in the ,-,~z ~cnool where we nave classes Potomac River at Hat rs Ferry He pointed first to theujob un " Wilt worl~ with the ] for every age person. " 1 Kev. Imtcner/0 rreacn pe . Named to the board, by mem- [employmient in' the county in the [ UrUlfldflC~, I 0 l'lfle/dX Veilflquelll$ l~ar They were afraid to ripe their uers with years their terms will ticular emDhasisl Two Interesting ~out,la Fellow-I ......... . '_ .......... ~ ........ , ........ . ]'past few years and stated that[ la .... * OlCycies across me z~ow,zm~ ..... r ~..~...~, ....... Port ships one for Junior ~l students two industries already in the i'. mathematics I .. . I Camn Hill brid~e for fear ~f being ar~prehen 1960-Max Brown Edward Grifl . . .. J Members of Charles Town Coan {Ward 3 on each Wednesday and " a~cordance with and the other for So|or Hi stu v r ...... ~' " "- county a~e now plan|rig exp~n r ~. z ~he -- - -- - ]dents' me ~ a ........ :-'[ ......... ' ..... deal by law enforcement officers, fith, Conrad Hammann, George[sion and'one new ,~mal" ind~s~r"lcll' meeting ia e.~ular session[in Ward 4 o~ each Thursday. a.. ~ational ~ezen- I _ . ' e~ [, ~:~0 1". M. aI~ the I q~ho ~,~,r ~o~-,~,ol W, ~h,f.ola~v- ~f .qn t.hev ~iH t.h~v fonnd a boat a- Schneider * [. . .. . I. . Y [Monday evening, authorized a re- ITwice-a-week pick-ups shall be church and inw~e those in these ~s now in ~ne process oI getting tl ". .... ' , ~ha +~,,~,~ ]the Jefferso~ circuit of the Moth long the river bank and atempted 1961-T. A. Whitacre, John Al- J ....... " .... [study of it's earlier plans to ex- Ion each Monday and Friday. to accepteu the re t.age ._brackets, .... to attend. ~-~ ~'~ ~oaist Church will ,~reach Sunda~, to cross the river in that manner, friend Linden Bush, Mrs. Rosa [.m~~: operauon. . ..~ . _rte ~;=..sam_me new: [tend the town's .boundaries, amen [ The lease which Council approv Uth Ior the JUnior kil program this " ~" ~ l~ous~ry IS the AeI0 L~'ll t=o~porat wn s r W n~ ] R ~t ul ~o ,. Stephens as a [ - : ....... : .' ' ~eveni/lg at Camp Hil.l Methodist Their attempt failed and the boys Hankey. I.' . .'L " -. ...... " lded the to' ga bage collection led for the Ne Ce ra e.' a "- week is, ~et us ~ive Tnangs ion a suostmar~ oi ~ne Miller ~ es for a mon i'idge elementary [ . " ' ",,|r,h .... ~ ~,, ~z ..... w ...... + ~'~ ,~ot a ~o,~ -rid cold soaking in 1962-Joe Staley Donald Eack-[_. , . -: .. ' Iordinance, approved a lease on ~ant property p'ovid : - [with .~Marga.ret Saville as leaderd l~"~.,"'.~'-.~ ~,~'~L~. "h~'~ah~,~'th~ ~ho riv~rV~v,~'~r les Josenh Thompson A. R. Maz'- [u~.~emlcal uomp.any. . [Central Restaurant property and [thly lease at $178 qntil 1970 with aittees ............. [rne.~e~nior Hi group will have a~]~s~or'~}'~h~'"j~e~l~rson'~i~cu'l't ~f'or ""~;--o~Z,~" ..... h nf tho shall ~ . ' j ~t]ne expansmn .programs _no /hazadled a number of other mat- [provision for the operator to ex- r(l ^ ,~.c ~,~,u,-~ iworsnrp service In the sanctuarvl ....... . ;-._-- -- -- . ....... ~,..,,.~,,,~ ........... ~' ~-^~-~-,~-hln ~1n hoard a Isam are scneaulea ~o come at tne :ters /tend It a?fter that time at a figure , une to study me- . ., .-. four years ann nolos services a~ , ~le .te.~,~.~...,- ............. - ........ ~,~- - . - ~iform .... [at whmh time Mrs. R, T. Scholl [..,a.~, ....... c .... ,+ ~,~,~, ._^ .night In a shack along the river r ~ ~ h t a section of the lob- ]Dixie-Nard9 Company Plant and I With i~ ~ th~ nrn~ndorl [to be determined by Council. e..or t a res cts t ~re '" ~ys~em oz re- will speak ~w~uu,~w~x,~',am,,.~ ....... '-~" ' t he ~ " the l~ore ~,ynuompany plan~in : ....... - ,* - ":" ........... ' had a re r o nts and nearly freezing at tha tY b of e Thomas Jefferson Hotel e c llectl o o Council also pot n I~' on how their J The ro~'.l., q~,~t.~,,,,... J town Oakland and Kabletown reg , y th _ [R__~on garbag o on rdlnance C un / .... - .... "., ~wa o ~, ,,~ ser u So n leased for use as ~ of C ~zz~, 1 hod arrests oy t=lty L-'011ce 10r ~ne fil st ~:ag in their school/~ ....... ,,~_"7_" ._; .... ??' ","-- " [ularlyHe residesat Summit decided to give themselves p. had bee . " ' ' [ ..... :" ......... -- ..... ~'^-n 'cil~ establ's a new schedule for [ - ' "*' ~e Will De ne-ln on ~na~ aa ob~les salu ~lze oeste~uzz ,~vu [.~n)ok committee to ]........... ~ .= -{. i!.y ~oe: [ Point "with his wife and two child early Tuesday morning they went headquarters a,nd partitions will [e,, ~Jo,~r,o, ,,f t~,~mm .... h~,,l~ regular collection of garbage ~14 days of the .month_ This in: ~ra the multi list I~"n~ a~..lv .~. ~..*t mena!y w.el ~ren The nublic is Invited to at- to a home near Harpers Ferry and soon be placed to separate the no- i~- "~na-'~'~- v. ~,.,~ ..... = .~ ...... ~ which will become effective Nov. t ClUOeo-among omers ta ~or speeo ~ l~oard of ~l'duc-" [ usme awaits all who wors'nip With I tencL this service told their story. James Dunn, con tel l~bby and the C. of C. offices. I Continuea on rage a-~ ]30. It covers the type ol garbage ling; three mr : aisturbing, the ,' .'FY of Science and I ' I ........... ~ -" ~ ~-~ I containers to be used and proced- I peace; r~wo zor lncox)cauon; for a :,~ird committee to I .... - .. I ..... =- . A . | m n I lures for collection of the garbage [total ,gf 23 for fines ~otallfng $307. ~Whe- . . . I zvzrs. ~awrence l.,loyo ann Mrs. I g~L--..,I -- -- T ..... Ii]l--~,Am "l'--~a AiA |'~J~Ah~ III~IPs~II~ ilM~ I1~I~11~1 Icollectio~ fee 150. Also reporteo six auto accl- ~en~lean.eenea; ann IC' William Moore flew to New J L.nanes /OWH " hdH UH /I 1 |1 " AUC I~111111~11 Vi IILUI3 1113iOIl ;U [ ,~ ...... i, wa'rno,~ *~ ...... t. ,,,o, ]dents and one truck with damages C"-. l, lons ~o ~ne I York 'Sunda., +^ ,,'o~+ +*'- t~,.,~..-... -: v==-- v.. .... ,w , .~.,, .......... ~,- ~,.,~, ..... ~,,-,, .^ ~1' Y-wide school [dau~,hter Miss E'l~- --'---'~J la ,fine ~wlll be assessed in all case. I ........ " ~ ..... ~ ........ ~ , .,. ~ ... :."=.:.:: ' " :.~*:*:':"~,~"""*;'~ ....... ~" :~NN~"I~~'~'~'~'='~~s' ":'~;~"~'~-":~:;~;~:".N~'~N~ ".'~'"~'~i~" where garbage collections fees . . also , ~ " ~:~:~:~:::~:~::~*~ " ~,~:~:~:~:~::~:: ....... .:~::,: ....... ~..~ ~.~'~ ~. ,.,. ,~::;~,.~v"~.~:.,.::~,~ "~ , , meter violations, 'ha,, authorized the ATTENTION--] REE GAS have not bee,n pald by Dec, 1.. Some discussion arose as to of- t ~,~.on .1948 Dodge[ ------- [ ~.4.i~~~}!~~~~ : Under the new garoage cohec- flclal action of City Police beyond ~l'l ~..also a 1950[ THER+~N,~ONATLANTICSER-[ : /tion schedule collections will be[the corporate limits. The matter .~ars'~n were secur-[VICE STATI{)~4 (on the Ranson [ ~~~/~~':~" ~~ |made in Ward l*on each Monday; ]was referred to a committee for ~e~go u~nder the[Circle) WILL GIVE AWAY 10~ [in Ward 2 on each Tuesday; in [study and report. t~' -~h :?% set-up and I Gallons of Gasoline to the luek~ I ll/~~ll ~ J ~ | ~. "e~laced by later iwinner each week. Drawings on l 1 ~~l [BANK HOLIDAY NOV. 26 ' [ IIE___L._L_..~--.-. U~!ii ~L~ |Sat~days at 2:00 P.M. | " ill ~~/~~ i'~ / -- /rresD fliH$ Will , g aseWo s also given[ WADE BENNETT [ --" , ::iil : ~~l~ I The three banks listed below[ [.~r~oeq~b.~ Science and[ R M SMIT~ ni-t-ib-t~r [ :11 .:~ / ~ [will not be open for busines~ on [ U .... ~'....[.I {' .... !--- A:' ~,~ the .. nt under the I ....... I -- : ~,~! ]Thursday, November 26th, Thanks ] HdV~ ~l]l~i{ll ~[V|~ aati ~aavzz tz ---~,~. ~: gn Act -- Onal Defen-]. "'" ] -- : : [giving Day, a legal holiday. [ -- ~ ~v~rUnder thisplan ' ' ' PEOPLES BANK OF kmi" t" ent wiil ,pro-[ BUDDY FRAZIER [ I [ CHARLES TOWN-.J_S..v.na Momin b , "'~ ~q matche b E AN ' ~ t0 be" d Y] FURNACE AND J ~~~~~ ~~. _\.. I BLAKEL Y B K & TRUST { L" ~du~ Provided ,by l I -- - ' ~~:iI I~~" - I CO., RANSON [ The Charles T~n Presbyterian J~lae~tl,c~. The equip ]lIE ATROLA CLEANING ] ' ~~' ~l ~~(;: J ' BANK OF CHARLES TOWN JChurch will continue its eustona :l~(~ls _~n elementary J " ' [ ~ ~~:~l ~~i~ [Nov, 19-2t-FP Jof having a Thanksffiving Service eounty, I PHONE 545-R / / /on Thanksgiving D*aY at lO: A. "~!~ ee - , for the tea [ .... n , ~n~ J ~ " ~i~ [ CLOSED ALL DAY NOV. 26 [M. At this service all three choirs "~, ~ and Mathemat-[ ~' ~'~'"---~~- | ~ ~~ ~ [ THANKSGIVING DAY ]of the church will sing. The ser: ills-- I A AY IT A [ ..... - [ ------- |vice Will afford not only the mem- Vl~t vuSsio xx ~ ~ ~.~ ~ ~ .... ~ The three bu ~, ~st_ n was also] J ~~iii ~. .=--- ] slness pl~ees list.[bers of the I~resbyterian Church ~ze fi^vr con'struction I ~l-//'~.g'~rl~I~T/~_ ]$/IrArlD/'~Ig.l J ~~~~ led below will not be open on Thur ],but other People in the eommun- ]~,. I~i~_ t the new~ J ~I~~I~ii~I sday, No emb.r 26, ThanksgivingJity ai2 opportunity to unite their ]~(~:,ho~i~e~ School and[ .......... = .... :. ~.,~ ] .:.,,.~~i:~i ~!::!:~.~.: ......................... ]Day., legal holiday, Patrons and ]hearts in songs and prayers of to Y Some replan i ~A~x~ ~an.xu~ u~uu~)~ [ . [customers of each plave are asked [~hanksgiving to Almighty God for I~L get something J SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 21st, J The Young People shown in the above picture were installed .~s officers of the Charles Town-Ranson Teen- Age Canteen Satur-[ to take special notice of the elos-J all that He has do~ne for us, ~J~,~ [ 2:00 P.M. [ day. Nove~hber 14, during the "Open Houser' period from 8:00 to 11:00 P. M. Reading from left to right:--George Mullen, Bobby|tng day a~td arraxtge their plaxts] Other activities of special in- ~] I~tlm~' ~,~=~'~_ } TURKEYS AND HAMS } Spinks, President; Jimmy Coulter, First Vice-President; Alice Ann Edwards. Second Vice-President; Elizabeth Saville, Recording Secre-[accordingly. [terest include: . ~.../Vb~.~ ~~.~hanan a,~l ...,~ ~.a ~w, ~.,n,.,~,,~ J t&ry; Bgrbara Coulter, Corresponding Seerehtry, and Gary Kisner Tr,.a,~urer. Between two and three hundred parents, frienas,a-nd[ PEOPLES SUPPLY, TNC. J Election ot cnurch officers on ~r,e_l~wt~.th--t'la ...... I 1 teen-agers attended the a/fair. The installation program began at 9:30 P. M. with Mr, Mullen, a member of the Adult Advisory[ CILARLES TO~,VN GRAIN |Novom~er 22 at the conclusion of ~ I~ll~t:em~tTM ~ls~O~=~w[ Benefit: J Committee for the Canteen installing the officers. Following the inst&listtion the guests were welcomed by Bobby Spinks. Mr.[ & FEED [the morning ship service. Feature I~t~ ~I~ ~o'~, ~| HARPERS FERRY-BOLIVAR / Euwene Spud Student Assistant Minister of the Charles Town presbyterian Chureh closed the program with prayer. "It was a[ SOUTHERN STATES COOP[length sound fllm "Our Bible-How ~.~rq,. 'x~eor~st.~o~t ,~[ LIONS CLUB [ most enjoyable evening," Mrs. Leo Kisner, supervisor, sa~d.".."lama very proud of our teen-agers and am overjoyed that so many] INC. lit Came To Us on December 6 at " " ....... | NOV 5 3t I~P | parents took the time to visit with us and show their interest in our teen-agcrs," (Photo by Tim Sinnl|Nov, 19-2t-FP [7:00 p. m,