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Charles Town, West Virginia
December 10, 1964     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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December 10, 1964

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OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE ] ... ,_ DECEMBER 10, 196.1 A---3 t "; " ratures _XreC_e_ ,~o charles Town and Ranson loYc shootitng if tthe ai~'~OrSCare ?el iN Af ~ l section of Jefferson County ex-c pan ." o he e car. Ie[ [~nTh lit l|dflk~amnd[~v perienced some shades of shoot- had a wrist wound which officers I ~llLll V1 ~q~iV~lllU~l em-up gangsterism with the gunsaid had been inflicted by a pellet [ 4 &lPlllt U : ------ -- coupon WO TM N Jb I 4t .,%, . m t u me mey . ' "" [ / /DSD H IIgl O[ I I| " _,": Z 7.- -Z.YL:ZY: rUlilt LUlN3d /Ira- ', 'gPM 1 m aua ,,,ce,. W-- Ill = - tl ......... '' Propps, men on the run, and the police in from a shotgun fired by Richard I 1 [[ !i!iliiii ii' I "S 59 Ill N CreamLEAF l Fll 6 CHOPPED7 1= IV| ! rattanS0, !'$1 ,_'! ill. A ........ [4[.::" 14". [ e -. ., ,.-,,, -- 50 .,. " ,.... .,.,' By L. W LLOYD nt Rainfall at Charles Town hot pursuit Saturday Six men Paul Turner. 21, of Route 2, Itarp [ Summer u ..... a amounted to 238 inches" Normal were finally rounded up and ers Ferry, a passenger in the[ :i::ii::i:iiii....... !ii:: ::i::iiii:: area *~.:.. -. "'~'~'~," .- fo- the month is 2 65 Total nre- t either fined or jailed following Hardy car :i ,,,s year to urlng a " .... ~ ~ "ff r otin c r that was alm,~ ~-tall,, cipitation through November for two dl e ent she g es'apes, Christian was treated by a Char [ [ the cloudy, bleal~ and the year now stands at 32.46 one in b~ad daylight almost dir: lea Town physician before Magi- ~ather so often exnerien, inches. Some three and one-half ectly in trent of the barracks ot strate Merle Alger placed a char- t ~g that month " inches short of the 33-year aver- theCharles WownSta~e P~!ce on ge against him of carrying a con-I Y temperatures hovered age. I u. ~. ~oute t~u, west oz unarms ceaied weapon was reduced to a I nor.real mark but warmer King winter however was prom- Town. , ......... charge of .brandishing a firearm. [ :aai early morning temp- pt to take command at the,close ~ne zlrst lncmen~ occurre~ After paying a zine of $50 and [ Drought the mean aver-] of the month, when nearly two [ early. ~aturuay atternoon jus~ costs, he was released. I 'o.ra 6 to 8 degrees above' inches of snow accumulated in ! snoruy azter, m ree .of ~he ~our Turner, also charged with brand t al av t troopers at the unarmsTown ae aea- erage to show anthe rural sections of the last day t tacnment ............ nan cnecKealinezne" ishing a firearm, was fined $50[ ~-~-~'~0~ff~-~'!S~,'~:~ n maximum of 557 of November The general expec- _ k ...... and cost and jailed in default ell tation for December is for more .~arrac~ s. azmr me noon lunch it. J II Was variabl- o-a al I than normal number of cloudy l nur n.aa en~e~.. . . ! A -assen-er in the Chrictian[ t ..... " .... nearing snots tired as two cars - - . o o normal in the South-[ days and precipitation, with below I na~ed ~he rmliea barraek~ Traan machine, Franklin Wilson Harp-I Oasof the count hile seasonal normals inthe tempera-I .... =7 ";~ K .......... ;'~- ..... ~'o v s fi ,oono' ,,.. Z 6RIIH STAMPS ~. y, w I , ,~r ,.1 lw , ,,,i,m ~,~,~ .,..,~m,, er~ _~rr_ Rt. 2 wa_ ned ,. ...... , / :~e~nd Eastern sectionsI turo.ranges.. .... l Ward, jumped into their police charge of public drunkness and/ _ ve as great an amou-I wnemer we snail nave neavy I cruiser and took out in .... suit |alma wnen ne zaiieo to proauee / ~ : ~" .~ With Your $|0. Purchase or More~ [ snow during the month depends lidf ~he tw- ear~ from wbi~' the the sum. / [on whether or n ,re ar i~hnt~ had been fired About a Hardy o acco ding to the/ ::~V:,~u~:,,~:',~s ;;:,~~m~ -- " v the .......................... s " " - I storm centers moe across I--ile wes" -f "~ bar.......... officer had rammed his machine/ ~\'.~ ~ "~':;)~ /SN0"WHITE MUSHROOMS,, ,~,,, 49 f'0' ,. I ,|l l larea, at a time when the sectlonl .l,.a ................................. 'h- "---* ca .... ..... llntothe rearer tbe Chr,stlanve-/ ..:.. , .. r SPlTAL | |1 I[~1 |IS being dominated by Below-Fre-I h,~in~, " n hr, van ~ e:h,.iCt . hlcle during the skirmishing, was --o drive r. -, ,...-_ ~ ["'l l ezlng temperatures, l i.. ~3 a U .~ Marine ha~o,1 at charged with reckless driving and[ ~ ~ =--TER==----. ~0~~o~0v~0,:~ Ii]~_~ ~.l~,.]~, [ I I o---nqco v, . fallurre to stop for a siren warn- / m - " [ i . i / ' III I 1 I ,ilL-- ~:* THIS COUPON WORTH B ~', . =~w ' lng. Pleading guilty to both charg --'" ~l tSom ............... Later thesecond car, being es, he was jalled m heu of $66 for/ .... ~ ~ J~l'l[ll~Nl[ Ib'U~{[ IO0 GREENSTAMPS I. ~ [ Driven oy Jonn William Haroy, ~,~ ,,a ~,o,o | rthsn.~,~ I FROMPAGE ONE 20, of Harpers Ferry, Route 2,1""~. .... .~.~*.~." ..... | CUT FROM YOUNG, CORN-FED PORKERS ! ~ withyourpurcboswotany2poffbox ~ OCcurred at the Chari ~ [ was brought to a halt in Rippon, I r:~rner Houana ~arny, lu, tiarp-| ~a~eneral Hospital during L erica, t sme six miles farther west n I 'ers Terry' Rt" 2"a'ls' a passenger | RAllB 1 AlMA ~of Dec t in the HarDy vehicle, was 3allen, Spare Rzbs ,~.29 Sauerkraut.. , 25 ow~.--- . 1-4, with he~ The Harpers Ferry High Band/Route 340, from where the State'~ ........... | ,a..'"g~ partiality. . for boy|will, head the next disvision, fol- / Troopers fired" their first warning I wire trlai penolng on a puouc| 's ~ the deliveries being|lowed by the Senior Club andI shots and tried to pull the car i~runKness charge. | ,~_u two girls. | Class of Charles Town High Sc-lover via their cruiser siren. Dur-I At the trailer court in Ranson/ ~,ary E. was born Tues-|hool; then will come Santa's Hel-[ing the chase police said they hit in an after-dark incident the troop| "~, to Mr. and Mrs. AI-| pers and the Varsity Club; follow {speeds of 120-miles per hour at ers said Clifton Breeden was shot | ~ III I ~ I ~ i- elster of Shenandoah[ ed bY the Duglas High Band flsme pints in trying t vertakeiin the right leg as ne and Clivn{Leesburg, Va.; the Saddle Club/ the Hardy car. Lynn Chapman, 21, scuffled over{ RIB END TO 7 RIBS LOIN END TO 3V2 Ibs. ~vYa' Dec. 3, a son, Billy l entry and the Strider Nursery en-I When the State Trooper got la double-barrelled shotgun. | ~s born to Mr, and Mrs. [ try. [ the Christian car stopped, Christ- [ The trooper said both men are] ~gons, of Charles Town| -- [ tan had a pistol in his possession I residents of the trailer eourt,[ a~_a~.thy Lane, was bornI IN.... ~ll~a ~ and he admitted discharging it, I Chapman. charged with felonious| ~i~1 Mrs. Jack L. Bureh ~ UYl21[ ~UU / but told police he had been mere-i assault, was sent to jail. l l~ T l~t Point on the same I ...... ~ , [ .................... T i ~ ;,,,) ,~so on Dec 3, a daugh- r nu~ r.~.-. -- "Y Lyfin, was born to Mr physician was recognized. [ 1~ |ain,ad In Tma ~$ [a~i, Ml~lk$~, lb. i 22 iI lb. I 32 DOnald E -----' ....The menu for the banquet| l ll llllUl[U III lffV 1 lllUlllffU| [ a-- . D=,,z,,ao.. uz i ....... / mr t to .................. ' ey, tomato juice, salad, dressing, ,. , MrandMrs John , 33cLOIN HALF 43,~ .:.oou,o, wo,.. ro of Bru -'- I gravy, saner kraut, mashed pots- / Accidents In County Last week tna 1 Ri B H AL F ,~ lghter, Annsiwjc~'..~, .... Itoes, lima beams, relish plate, l -- * -t dWGREENSTAMPS e to parkerhouse rolls, coffee,ice/ A total of 13 people were in-l [ art. " .... "umr 'na"lcreamandcake. [ jured in two of four highway accil | I A I" CENTER I withyourl rchasoo anv :al "a ........... IWlnDoorPrizes / dents whieh occurred in Jefferson lnz=U ~ rvaa ~nvr~ va BIVB II IldPCUTIb.VE .,. o, ,,, U ,,. ,,, 'i ~- taents aDmitteD to . . jtal during the veriod[ The winners of the ninety.three| County during the period of Frl-[ / Coo.,,r S,rt. r;..t,. '. .IDEAL FROZEN i~s' Gladys M Covert, Chlattraetive and valuable door| oay .a~ernoon mrougn ~unaayI FROM PAGE ONE | ' ' i?. ORANGE JUIfE ?vn, R 9 " 1 nrizo.~ w~r~. /nignt, t;narles ToWn ~tate yonce[ However, in the first two vi-I ~e T -Covert, Charles[ ~ Mable-'Curry, Zenith Clock[ reported A total of six cars were [ sits of the percent fiscal year| ...... ' " ~=~ Void Alto, D.c. 12, 1964.,~1J~ Loncast~r, P|oin, Olive, P&P. Bologna or Spiced Freshly Shucked Standard ~ Limit one per Family ~a,.J~ " I / Radio; Velma Jenkins Electric/damageu in me tour accidents. I the local chapter has realized on-| 6k~s'$ 00 120:,. " ~QQ~..Q~.O(('.Q~ ~a~an Scott Smallwood,lBlanket; Virginia Carroll, Presto[ .Seven of eight, occup.ants of ally 28 p~-cent of our quota insteadI Lunth Meats 1 Oysters ........ 95 k~wrt 1 Teflon Fry Pan; Virginia Clem,/ zsao r'ora car oelng arlxen west I of me ~ ~/~ percent we slmuld | ast All ea E O000QO0000000 ~ OtJ~ OQO OU O0nn ......... : Blmaket" Edith t~la- v,i,o,,i, | on U S Route 340 by Clifton tt. lhave collected by now If this ~orrll's Fresh T y, .M tSK/NL SS ~U{)U ~ ~)~ Jla * ~" wnite, ~Ben- , .... a, ........... ; . - ~..nCtion .. I leeta .Writt FmUt Cabs- Mrs| C a~oll, 22, of Charles Towndtrend should, continue, we may/ ~:..... I1__~ 1-lb. P~- ~ / ~-lb. ~4, ~ THIS COUPON WORTH [ ; IdlUSgge mHIZ, ,..aY rrgnKs. ...... 50 zucwuK Uaia S. c tmer; su mft[ rl c nou , c 'len r w. re in, fall far Shol t" Of o r'quo a of 672; * zEn l m. : I Martha Viands, Lazy Susan" Doris :lured, an~ taxen to me t;narles['pints zor the year, and xor mis Robert L. Travel, Knox-t Caniford, Btanket;~Mrs. Charles Tn~' General Hospital for treat-I reason we feel we shouldadvise [ ~.~.,~.~,._~ ~ _ -_ ~_.~._~ ~ .~.~,u, pu~.,~. ~_o " ISTMAS! ~ >o IU Ib. ~AG ~HIT2 _'~ I Smallwood, Poinsettia; Mrs. Gee. 1 |me resments oz our county con-I GIFT.GIVINGIDEAS FOR CHR"MASt. ~ ~ ........ ~a r e Jame Can E Charles Town State Trooper|cernlng what might happen ff A. Popkins, Charles[ g S, dy; lestine Swish- J . . " . ' [ [er, ElectricCarvingKnfft;LynnelTommy Ward said the injured we tail to meet at mast 90 per-I !~ll EXQUISITE PARiSlENN| I POTaT !~I.~Blackford Charles~ Deming, r~'ruit Bowl; Mrs. Joseph/were: Clifton R. Carroll, face and I cent of our goal this year. 1 ~~ ....... ~m~ a ~ ~'. ~ v.~d A~, oo~ ]2, 1%~ ~.~,~ ' iTay!or, Electric Hair Dryer;; Mrs.[ lip lacerations; Douglas Kelican,[ Since November of 1948 when/ ~lg~ nmni~~m ~r~i~ 1rl ~ " j ~ ~LImlt ono pot eamtly d;;;;~Ag11~~ Patient~ ~.~ ..... a ...... I Magruder Rideoutt, Fruit Cake:{ 34, of Millville, rib and chest in- | lefferson County began partici- " ~> a -~, ~IILILLU~ w~.~.. , . . . . ' ldme F Link Charles. Nora Armstrong, Blanket; Vie|an/:lurles; Christine Brooks, 24, of ] paring in the Red Cross Bloodl ' Manuel, Poinsettia Dorothy Berry ~ Harpers Ferry, lacerations of the [ Program, Jefferson County has, ~_~ I IYlII JILI ~ia M ..... I Candy; Mrs William Hahn, Coseo! legs; Richard Lee Brooks, 3, head had what might be termed "blan-1 "-~'~'~ J'/'*~ .. _. ~ ~ ~ TH~S COUPON WORTH F All Pieces w rlenesy,~narles Counter Stove; Branda Bush, ' lacerations; Robert Wayne Brooks ket blood coverage." In other] ~~.~d each-- " ,e' g 50