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Charles Town, West Virginia
November 19, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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November 19, 1959

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..................... Mrs. Lena V/hie an Sunday. Mi~. M~. and Mls. C+col~e Lanaharn and Lh moLh~r ~a~ boln ai~d to p&s~ it Lo th~ icLaiid:+, q he ie- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r. RMERS ADVOCATE + v ,~r, ~,A~Tr~ w~,nc, r~+., *~,,~,,,.,~,~c,"~T Beck is remaining with her neiceand the formers mother Mrs. spent her entire life in Bolivar. ,railers then add it to the price of e l~ 'I~IJTTI:D~I~ ~V XI~rl~'a~DI~D la lq5~ l~lll..41j J%1~17 I'r~R~I?tN:II~ +tlI} llllP~r~lt'~ , for a l(mger visit. Sara Koonce and son Eugene of The deceased is survived by his the products they sell. o---,, aHt.,t~o~., ~v ~,H)~ t;,, ,,~ ~ m~ ~, ,a,,.. ~ ~, , , , Local fishermen have been re- Bluemont, Vs. were Sunday visi- wife and two daughters in Phila- The consumer eventually pays .......... : delphia and two sisters Mrs Arys the tax as is the ca~e with most. re rt taxes Em lo merit Se who registers the 'tax on tax' c0~ I~l] I~l~l~ ~IK I~l~l~ ~ ~i~ i~ ~/] I [ porting some good catches of bass tors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. . ~ . , , . . . ,p p y ., p y - ~ . Green in Melehantwlle N J and of the 'hidden' taxes c rit nd rkmen's Co lai Ill II/Ih IIJ /l-Ill11 MIII IIJ 3LI ,'][ during the past ten days. They Leon Edwards .... .. u y a Wo mpen-}p nt, however. have caught the limit in number Miss Mary Cecelia Doran who Mrs. Nannie Pearl of near Hall- I The Trouble arises when the sat[on payments etc [ Mrs G E Webb Wm~,ho, e ,)49.9 and the weight of the bass has has bee,n staying at the home of town. The deceased was in Bolivar I retailer informs a prospective cus ' We aLtemDt to exi~lain the sit- I 1 I a -- -- + J .......... ~" ...... " been encouraging. Among the luc- 'Miss Maude Hackley of Harpers and Harpers Ferry for the Centen itomer that a ce~ta'n pe "cent geuation to each and every person [ ATTEND CHURCH SUNI)AI~ .......... ky nimrods are A. J. (Tobe) Bal- Ferry was moved to the Manuel nial a few weeks ago and seemed]of the sale price represents the . lenger and Cecil Webb of Harpers Rest Home in Loudoun County. to be enjoying good health. De-IManufacturers' Excise Tax. tails regarding funeral have not The purchaser then learns that . . weather conditions were per- Kimmy Co,nklin of Brunswick, Ferry and Bolivar respectively and Vs. ,an Monday morning, been learned but burial was made I he has to pay the Consumers ~_~ " ~, feet in this area on Sunday after Md. and their son Ralph who is Arthur (Brownie) Webb of Ran- Miss Doran, a lifelong resident an apparent change in the temper in the U. S. Navy now stationedson. of Harpers Ferry and Bolivar has in Philadelphia. Sales Tax on the overall price of ~lm~-l~ll~~ stare Saturday night with highat Norfolk, Vs. and spending at Mr. and Mrs. George Gilling- been confimed to her home for Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cackles the item, including the federal | ~ , - , - w.:z~ds and rain which was predict leave with his parents. He will ham of Washington, D. C., and some time due to a crippling con- returned home on Tuesday after I tax. . . %~ ed to turn to snow and ice before return to his post of duty on Nov. :Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Breshna- ditio,n of the back and lower limbs a 4 day trio to Mexico City They i That isv~nen ne complains to Sunday morning but a beautiful 29. Mrs. Alinda Ambrose of Brans t han of Chicago. Ill. were visitors i We. her friends hope that she will - - -" r ~ " went by plane and toured Mexico [the Tax Depa tment tl at he :.~: ]1 ~ I1 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ and clear day was enjoyed with wick, was also a dinner guest at l in Bolivar and Harpers Ferry last !improve in health. City by auto. During the trip they being Iorced to pay a tax on tax. [] tl | | ~ I Ill ~,~--~e~,~,~,,--~-~l~lml moderate temperatm'e and no the Webb home. week and visited several old Mrs. K. K. Cavalier is spending visited Fort Worth, Texas and [ The Manufacturers tax is re-lI| | | i ~----/~ ~ winds. Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Carland of i friends and former neighbors a-iseveral days with her daughter were .visitors. at the home of Mr. girded, as a 'cost of doing bus[- It [~ ~ ~l ~ll~"'~ ~~-F" ~"" ~ The M. Y. Iv. and the Pollyanna Ashy[lie, N. C. are viisti,ng in Boll- i nmng ~hem Mrs. C. E. Dudrow. , Mrs. W. P. C. Perry and family in and Mrs. J. W. Yarbro. Mr. Yar-ness charge, ill [ | "~' "~ '--~ ..... . Class of the Bolivar Methodist vat and Harpers Ferry and in Mr. Bresh,nahan and Mr: Gilling- ICharles Town. bro served in the Air Squadron The retailers, rather than sing- ll Ik ~ Easy Tern~ Low Down IPaymemt. Church have purchased a Gestet Halltown. The former is a native ham are the grandchildren of the I Mrs. Irene Kilm mother of Mr. with Mr Eackles during World ling out that tax could explain tn ll ll ~r~~m~. In~,-oa- I., ta--,, in'l'odL~'~,--~o-,t ner Duplicator for the Church. It of Bolivar. She was the former late Captain and Mrs. Briggs nat 'Dixie Kilhm, owner and operator World II. 7he Yarbro's visited at customers thatthe product's price i~ ll-A~_ -__A,.=-.. ___~I -- was used for the Bulletins on Stm Ethel Steadman Ott and with her ires of Bolivar. of Hill Top Hotel has gone to Or the Eackle's home in Bolivar a also includes a number of" . b o)t]her : ['MA~| l~ T~WM [~A~ ['[I |1 day. The MYF is getting along late husband, Mr. Fred Steadmant The local Scouts were very well lando, Florida to stay until after few years ago 'hidden' costs of doing business i ~||biliLl.J |VlN|~ %]lblhJ ~.1 I! nicely with an attendance of twen life long resident of this locality represented on last Saturday, Nov. :Thanksgiving at the home of-her ..... is~erso~ai Ill .... ~PHONE 228 CHARLES TOWN, W- tY five t thirty each Sunday ev-they cnducted a successful grc-' 14 when they mTtred t Anna-sun-in'law a'vld da~lghter Mr" and ~ 1~Ol~l NEED HOUSING ? enlng. After the clo~e of the meet cry business in Bolivar for several pulis, Md. to v'.it the Scouts i Mrs. Charles O'Dell. She went by - | ings on each Sunday evening light years. The visitors attended Wor ,there. About thirty five were in plane from Baltimore to Orlando refreshments are served and en- ship services at the Bolivar Meth the group who went. There were A Bake Sale, sponsored by the joyed by,the young people present odist Church on Sunday. ithree Explorers-John Littleton, Brownie Scouts will be held on inclulting the Rev. and Mrs. Col- Mr, Arthur Webb of Ra,nson vis Blake Harrison and Ernie Webb, :Saturday morning,, Nov. 21 begin- lins. [ted his uncle Mr. G. E. Webb and ten Boy Scouts and quite a few +ning at 10 o'clock in front of the Dinner guests at the home off family in Bolivar on Su,nday. Mrs. Cub Scouts. Adults accompanying Bolivar-Harpers Ferry Firemans Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Webb on last Sadie Beck and daughter-in-law the. group were Mayor and Mrs., Hall. " :Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Eugene Beck of Washington, Wm. Ramey of Harpers Iverry, : Home made cakes, cookies, pies. 1. Ill ~ I " I ~l~l [i Available Now -- Good Used Trailers. .......................... ~ Mr. and Mrs. Wimmian Moore I onable prices, Low Rental Advance and Low iu tmy"0n r tnaymen's. -- ~ and daughter Juanita, Mr. and I We hope this fine group of girls ~l~~~ Mrs. Carl Auvil, Mr. and Mrs. Fwill be patronized. Mrs. Willie ~ llli II| llll,lMllll,IMIlll ||l Norman iumaw nad daughter Moore is leader of the Brownies BY .ONAL. C. CARMA ill Rent Applies to Purchase. We Deliver and Block l lll lliillli|ldlllkl| _lPllilJilill Norms Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Sher-land Mrs. Loretta Gay is assistant STATE TAX COMMISSIONER , _ , ,. " "- ~ man Harirson and daughter La- [leader. , Our Consumers Sales Tax dip-I! [O your location. Verne and Mrs. William Trail. I The Explorers of this entire is[on periodically receives corn- Ill ~|(:H01~$ (0U~TY / ~. w~;~ ..... They visited the Naval Acid- [Region are holding a Camporee plants from individuals w,ho con-Ill /[~ U I I~ 1 II~ ~ ~ II~ I 1 I~ II~ f I [ //'~i~f- /_,,"~.~'f]/ .| ~ emy and the State House and [near Shepherdstown on Saturday, Famous for limber, (2:{ ~S'