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Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
December 10, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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December 10, 1959

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< Pfc. Clarence Washington School at Fort Campbell, Ky. Was [ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS AD' ~^.~ D_--.~ ...... un-..~ I hington received his paratrooper | I ~vt~ ~tt~t~p~- ,,*tup4~ [wings after completing three i= 2--A THURSDAY, DECEMBER I0, -------- ~ . I weeks of intensive ground and aer I (AHTNC)-Army ~'~c. Clarence ial training which included five i( ~ ] ed into the Cogle car. Damage to iThe devotions were ]; ;se~t A. Washington, whose mother, parachute jumps. The 18-year old ,IV ~ fine two machines amounted to IBen Marshall A number of Mrs. Precella L. Holmes, lives at soldier entered the Army in Oct- I It" ~;, ;, about $30. Zombro was charged ]bers attended the achi~ ober 1958 and completed basic 231 W 139th St New York N. Y ......... ~ .... Once again the Christmas mail- separate letters into "LOCAL" [r~||~ | nn with fallure to yield the right Of ]banquet at the communitY, ' "' ' ~ralnlng a5 r'or5 da~Kson ~. ~. ne .... =ww= r .... *~ .......... ,~,,~,~n ~-^m th ..... ' - in~ season has arrived and in or- and OUT OF TOWN bundles. [ way. [Awards were presented w ~ ...... ~ --~.~ a ............ attenoed ~'age ~acKson n~gn ~ Your postoffice has distributed I ~ P ~ [Hamstead, Margie Boyd, 101st Airborne )ivision Jump School in Charles Town W Va der to be ready for the expected and has additional su~'"lies of I_X)/ ...... ............................................................ . . . . w~ ~narms Town State ~'o#ice re- tote olice. ~ ......... /*l..t U--. I W~ite, Norma Whetzel, Lie! big rush of mailing o~ Christmas CAL and OUT OF TOWN wrap- [port four persons were injured in Corporal Richardson saidMrs. [:~[~[~|l ~|~ [h~ [liard a,nd Jimmy Kinkead. ! ........................ ~ cards, letters and parcels, thepers for this purpose free of char [two of the five hiffhway accidents Purcell said she was driving south ]decided to go Christmas lEA) .,n ~u~m ,,,~,.a~ ,,,~A,.,,.a.,,~.J-'.n AS /".,,.Iv~ Id/^,,,I | Charles Town Postoffice will be- ge. [which occurred in Jefferson Coun on the street When she saw two /~L,,|,,&,,m,,u, I~..,&,. [on Dec. 28. i~ ~uvw mw ~w,~ss ~t~um uu,~satmmtu,~ vw ~,~ a ~u,u ..~ gin Saturday, Dec. 12 to operate Pack and wrap gifts securely Icy Friday and Saurday and the cars coming towards her, running %Jlll~lllla~ [ally [ Paxton Marshall, s u on a full-scale Christmas sched- Cushioning material should be [eight cars involved sustained orop abreast of each other. She said [ ~II~ / | ~ OverT$~00tentercol~mn | uleit was announced Wednesday .placed on all sides of the Xmas |erty damage totalling $3,930.~he pulled her car as far to theGifk~ were exchanged and re- | READ THE CLASS i | -- references [ by ~-os~mas~er C..Manmng .Sm~t!~. gift. The carton should *be wrap- [ The past ,weekend was also a side of the street ~ possible and freshments were served at the | ------- ,..@ | ~] / ~'~ 19$.page conc|seCo,-| The parceu pose ana s~amp wmi ped i,.n heavy paper and tied with |heavy one for drunken drivers in so doing struck the fire hy-m~nthly meeting of the Evergreen LREAD THE SPIRIT-/M0v | ~ i~l~lLU~k~'~il~ cordance and llst of | dows will be open from 8 a. m. us- I strong twine. [with four persons, all of them in- drant. She was charged with fail- 4,H Club Dec. 7 at the Presby- ] .... .~..---~A-.~., RE$~ | /[~ ~:~(~ P:t~e~:aT;; full / ~ln5?/s P~lur~n;V1~e d~res~P~ I Delicate gifts, such as glass, |volved i~n l{igh~ay ace[dents, .being ure to have her car under control, terian Ch--e." CLASSIFIED BEST 1"~'~ | [ , P ! ~ h ....... rmust be marked fragile and .food |cnargeo as sucn. Two other minor accidents oc .... corer "us . t)n me ~unoays Oelore s UffS S ' i ' | [ t:~'~::':' ~~~ " | "~h .................... ~ ...... I~t ubject to spo lage should | .Probably the most damaging of curred Saturday mght, but in II il / / .~.~... Three-col0r | ,~ :~..~ ~:,v~ wmu?w~, wm ~5 /be marked "Perishable" /the five accidents occurred Sat- ,both cases there was only slight l t ~ ~:~:L- Presentation / .main open ~e~ween me nours o~/ .... " .... h,r~o, o~.~,,f ~9.~a o .. .. ~z ~ damage to the cars involved and u~ ~m m~m ~ ; /_.. ' .... -- ____ / lla m a~'~'" m f~r"~'~[ Insure parcels" -~egls~er le~ers'~'"'#[ ...... ................. UUV /hem/0daV ra~e s,.., -: pa$. ...... ,- ...... ...... s r 1 - - Route 340 east of Halltown ~~ "X 8-5/86" packages, cards, and purchasingof ea value. Use certKied mail / " / '8~" "~~~lk ! / stam~ The rmrsonnelof the 'for proof of delivery. State Troopers R. R. Truex and In neither case ~vas tl4e driver injured. India paper or "--" "- - .... . /., i,. ........ / _ I. l CharlesTown Postomce will be Use the new Combination mail T. H. Ward, who investigated the Charles Town State Trooper ,~e o P q : ...... =/ ' i " i where a letter or messa is to be collision said that a truck driven | ..... ~ ~i~~/ ~| . glad to ass st its patrons w th any I ge ,I _ ........... Tomy Ward said William C. Har- m~ | .~-p~,n, .m ~ | mailingproblem. The Money Or- [enclosed inside a Xmas package, vy ~y~ves~er w asmngmn oz..~,o.n- rn~son, of Shavpsburg, Md. lost control of 'his car on the Flow- / Wpe ~"~~~'~'~ / I " I der and Register window will re- I Mail Christmas cards and par tar nan s~oppea along zne mgn- ing Springs Road about 8:30 p.m. l:flD VfllID M/V:q PATTIF [ * All b|ndlag~ A.;ma~ ...... [ I tain the regular hours from 9 to I cels early to avoid the last minute .way ~o renter assistance ~o a me- | in genuine gold ~ | n 5 rush and waiting in line at the for[st. The autos ogerated ,by Wll and it ran into an embankment. II~1~ Jll~Ul| Ilql~iP~J/ ~,t/'~/lILiL- [ ,.,,_ _ . _ _ m ~ J _ J ~_ __* _ __ | In *preparing for the Christmas post~office. SHOP EARLY & MAIL bur C. Dunn~f Knpxville, Md., Trooper Ward sa~d when he arrlv ......... l ine Kevisea oxanaara version l i rush Smith said the Charles Towa IEARLY. ana ~eorge T. l~reeoen, harpers ed at the scene the car had been A~ ~1~1~ | ...... n .... ~mmm a~ .......... l_ _ | !Postoffice is making some suggest- I The best times to avoid crowds Ferry, Route 2, stopped behind abandoned He said he later pick- ]bU~ ||LL|e | ~I~I~PKUAI~I~.I: Kl:rl:Kn:lNIq~ll: i~lDl~ | I ions to it's patrons to better serve ! at the stamp windows are before the~ruck. A car ariven.~y ~,ewis ed up ~avmison near the W. & R. [ ~ | ! the public and at ~he same time ! 10 A. M. and between 1:30 and Io.. .ruyne.o~ ~noxvnje:. ~nen crass Sales Company on U. S. Route 340 , East of Charles Town w,he,n he , , ~m ~| , I ~'m" fin- RoV Bibles from 3 2 at- avail-bl~ at ~I to assure proper deliyery by, or ! 3:30 P. M. Do not hesitate to in- ,e~ ~n.~o me rear o[ ~reeoen thumbed a ride into Charles I [ ~AAIII$N [B~llk]~ / .... " " " ........ [ prior to Christmas Day. quire of the postal clerks for infer ]m~cnjne, runmng. 1~ lnvo ~un.n's Town. Harmison was fined $50 lllilli~_llliiV[ili NL_illniliJi mat[on and assistance Remember vemcie an~ vnu~ m ~urn s~nzmg First of all mail must be ad- " J . "l ' . ' DnAPTIt'A/ r.l~T ]dressed fully and clearly, the ad- !Christmas Mailing Time is upon I~he at~k.ofTtn:~iarW#s flllo~)e:glbsy. and costs on a drunken driving ,,,VNVVii, 1,ms.. ~mu--mm..m~., charge and had has driving priv- ~ ' | I| ~Mt %~ / 1%, #4 L%$ I U / J dress to be written legibly or print i us so Shop Early and Mail Early. I . _ ~- a, . . :. . , ileges revoked in West Virginia .~ led plainly without ~bbrevations. i ~ ]Char!es '~]own, rtou~e l, running and fined another $10 and costs I~D I-iI~AI.'PI4|]h?.I~ ~WlNl]h2. ~lTTI.]b'] AI~ m~o ~ne ovner macmnes Froper~y Mailers of Christmas cards are l~ mmeli I - " " o ............................................ ' .......