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wMrs were appoint t florida" P"nch I : Lette Are Wdenm . SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER,S --- ted co-chairman. I $ u / /J I THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1967 ~'~ ~lk~lb 1 Mrs. Carl Merchant reported on I { H~i; ~V~ ~ ~ ~ ////~ IFI4~dl~ VIIqVa |1:he District Meeting held in Shep I1 i~,tlnAmi,~l ] But Must Be Signed mm ] herdstown, on November 7th. She ['J ,-~,vnnvnssnl, uu,I ~------'"-~~ ~ mms --n~l[dw, mm /commented on the interestingn ] GO TO {t/huI mm t speaker, Miss Calburn and the J very resnve, t To Be Published [ slides which were shown on Phil- [ | |adelphia Neighborhood Garden [ Strange as it may seam, the/ t Project. [punch bowl comes to us from/ ~ Letters:to the editor, whether [ ,A contribu?don was made to I India. The word "punch' i~elf/ :;-- -. '--~. : "t: ,-- they be controversial, or com- ] 10 -- YEARS AGO -- 10 I 40-- YEARS AGO -- [ the Lions Club Christmas Cheer [ developed from the Hindustani /,plimentary, are always welcom- I I ~" |Project. ]"paunch" meaning five. [,|Ill Tur liJl~n ] ed by this newspaper. ButI . "~ William B. Stuck, co-owner and ] Married: - In Washington by the} Invi~mtions were received from I Although no one really knows / [ I ~1,n i[: Im u u ~] writers of such letters must I,' I tNNiI" lrNP --~-- operatorof N*iehols&Stuckdrug/Rev. J.W. Beall of Summit Point,| Berk-Mar Garden Club of Mar-lhow the ancient Indians worked/ ] ] include their name and ad I I -- v- store m Charles was named to / George Morse Busey of In,wood,{ tinsburg to attend a Holiday In a ] Cheir way from the word "five' /,Lesson for December 17, 1967 ] dress, although if the writer ]J BLUE RIBBON ~he Sta~e Board of Pharmacy by I to Miss Ru~h L. Markham, of| Pent House held on December I to the idea of punch, there are a /,J should desire not to have his, I I . - .- . ~ - Governor Cecil H. Underwood./Berkeley, California,10th from 3:00 to 8:00 p. m. and|lot of theories Some claim iet~ m.~,ds,b~,r~ ~io,~t ,nO2 or her, name published at the I,- -- N A 90-day construction permR was / Died" - In auto acciden~ near] to a dieussion of the Potomac,stood for the five ingredients of / " end of the letter, and so states, ],~1~$~=~=~'~~ . issued to the Charles Town Ra ~ Bunker tIill, Mrs. James Doran,/In~ers~tate Compact to be held at l punch - hot, cold, bitter, sweet the editor will try to accome, [,- way, inc for the building of a l formerly a Miss Hardy of Clarke ],the Civic Center on November l and strong onefuao.~o.n.au rece.nuytom date the writer's request. Rut J I "- .- - -'- -- . ' ponce m bleily mat ne nas oeeu new horse racing track for either I Comity, Va. . 30th; and also to the Youth Cen- ] Others avzue that .it numbers ~oa ~,- o ~ ~ ~ it Is imperative that this news- I I,~ ** -~'~ ,'~'~ ~ -**, . flat or harness racing at Charl [ At ~ho nnn.n~ pl.minn . Ind ]ter Bazzaar which was held at the [ the ingredients of the famous I h ,h ~ ~ ~h "T .~,~ paper know in writing, the I J In ~le"~.[r0~]l" [}a~ x [] Town. Miss Mar lens Kjsmer dau-] pen"tien'i-Fqre'C-4m'pa-nZy-t"he'fol-iow I Youth Center on December 131 orien,tal sw~zzle: arrack, tea, [ p-ly]o'~ew'~din'g's,';heco'nfess~: source of any letter before it I " " "" l gnter ot Mr ana Mrs. Leo tklsner. ~ ing officers were elected; Chap- 1 ana ta. . [ sugar, water and lemon juice, t ~The ceremonies, the music, the can be published. In the past [ was the winner m me annual ] lni,~ Roy C. c' ~vdnar '~a.~*~in I Mrs Snyuer men introaucea t Americans, on the other hand,nervous bride the tra~-in-s -- several months several letters t YOUR FINAl. TRIBUTE ~HOUI D Jumor Class Popularrty Contest/ w r. nn,~erson 1st Lieut How- Miss Kus*man, hbrarmn at the[ ascribe R to the ingredients of] they hold a have been received by the Edi- ] ~um m~av e~nl~l[ ROGK OII~ AOI i h at Charles Town H g . / ar~ .~e,h~ist 2n,~ Lieut John,Charles Town L~brary, who pre-] the punch boWl - Bourbon, tea,~ special fascma- tor of this newspaper asking I Mrs Anna Fiddler was serious-] ~+~ ~,a t~,~t r~,~,~ -~1 I sented the program for the even-I su.~*ar, water ann fruit -- -- and l I~i~ tio for me -- that they be published, but in ] ~c ,u. ~"~"~ ' """''" ""'" " " ' " when ly wounded by a shotgun bla~/ ~ .~,-~rv "P w All,~n mg Mass Kustman gave brief re-| its kindred varieties in mul,ti~lesl i~'/ so the each instance the writer either ] . " )'~ accidentally fired by her brother-| Pres~.' Clrar(es'l~eer". i views on the follov~i,ng books: Gar ] of five ' ~" I~ mood s tt~k,~, I intentionally, Or unintentlon- ] I ~ ~ "~ - m-law, Ralph Fiddler. t ~erttv Sharle~ of tho Bank of lden Clubs and Spades, Who Lovesl Regardless of what the five[ ~lFr~~getmar.neu: ally did not sign said letter nor [ [ ~ (~ A B I ~ 0 N . ~] ' -~ ~- ~ ~ . . . The olgamtsvfl Died: - Mrs. Roy Marie Thomas t Charles Town, par value $11, bank a Garden, How to Grow Almost / stands for punch is a favorite I ~!~ t~:nlanation tff give and address as the source I I ~,~@' ~./~ K. I o v .- ~ l " " arfl n ' --- widow of Roy E. Thomas, at herstock was offered at auction totEverYthing, tiume ~o ti e,Holiday trea,Hot or cold, it has l his m is deeds from whence it came. And ] [ ~ - ~ home in Kearneysville, Frederick close an estate in block's of 5 [ Flowers; and Lt's Your t;ommu-[ a festive air. ] ~il may seem far- since they were of a most con- I [ - - - ~ ' r~t . ~~ Anderson of P~nson ~n Charlesshares each and were purchased l ty. [ Punch bowl parties are eco-[ . . Al ^use fetched at first troversial nature they eould not ] [- : - - ~--'~'-.~ Town General tiospRai by E. G Wilson at $331 per I. ~ne nau these ~OKs. Wrm ?~ [ nomical Punch goes a long way I a~v. mu glance. Yet, If we be used. Writers of letters ] ~ ~~ #=. :: ~ " Patty Godfrey, 15-year-Old dau-t share. WI H. E Brown, at $330.25 t tor ais~lay, lvtiss r, us~man toia I and large crodws can be served [ think of it, there is much of this should expect to have them [ - ghter of Arthur God{rey of radio ] per share; Milton Burr at $332,50 I the. club there were many boo~ J quickly and easily You can pre- [ same. mot~tvation.at work i~ our published if there is no slgnat- [ t~~ and televl~sion, was injured in an I nor ~h~ro" and J R ~Invei~ ~ I in rne library on garaemng ann [ ,~.~ ~, h,~f -o ~h." ~ .t~-iv. I worlu toaay. "when me moon ure and address, or if the edl- . a a our t Come m uau~ auu auto accidem. George Funkhous-| ,-']flower ar(anging and urged that ] 'ea'v, ing yo'u* fre' e o-'enjoy"t'h e 1 s es: today, p oploe a able tor of this news l .per has. a- } ml e o: f nt aJen dga a no er, son of Mrs. J. M. Funldmuser [ 60 YEARS AGO -- I they use tne/n~ . I festivities, or, if you prefer, make I ~e~re'=~"~.n~ ~ ':= ~cl':.~'.~L son to question me genumess ] [ KUI K ~ Ages Monuments. There k am Charles Town has sum leted' a'l~ti Mrs L~eetls lialey was a guest /, "" " E" " these 'ment" " n R oe I ig oI . P. . I ] 1 I it right on the spot and have the l ments when it suits us. We shed of the signature. By requiring [ .~ "'~"",your meeds and budget. eight weeks of mzamary oastc ] m,~oa. In the Berrvwille / ann me juage ror me genera guests pa~icipate, (or should we t res omlbilitie~ with no twin e of an address on the letter along [ ~ dEr~ ] " ' Fort Gordon Ga " "" --~" arrangemems and horticulture P g training at ' . Ba' is, Church by the Rev Jul- say, punchmipate) consexence Relationships are Mower Lumber Company dis. I R nm, "/l".ao Tlr.l ' ness ]n Ranson F a . specimens.The general" arrangement" was Some people seem to have dlf- brokene,as ff the, y never existed, possible for the editor to verify,~'" - continues bus~ '" : l trio -~ ( ~,-ke Coun,Va to Mr t .' [ ficulty chilling their cold punches Th gentlemen s agreement the genuiness of the slgnnature, Dean Nichols named*to State Bar ll,~, n w~Uer ,~ Jefferson/ermue r~arvest 'vitae a ta.~t Iwithout making them waterly. [ seemstohavebecomeobsoletebe-should there be reason to quest- I ~RT~H~URG GM~' V0] i r~mi~tee . /~ ? ' ~" /arrangemem tor a ~uttet using re, ~vai~ this" problem, mix' the [ cause of a demise of~genflemen.~ Ion it ] uoumy ' h 20 -- YEA S A 0 -- 0 i Died: - Near Wmebrenners i,~to, mzitoriM Wil~htm: wor. -',~-those well in advance and let it A Scrap 0f PaperRG 2 vegetables and or fruit and fres - " [ FLOYD G. ODOM, OWNER , ICross Roads, .Th?mas Fonr2.se/ce v" d" ' oEiowsT-M'rs.'%-ilqar st:a. d r o .m temperature oranI The affatrs of nations also re- GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY] Phone 267-6141 -- 109 West John, f uleu. - ~orval Wlmam .mzus~t~* ] Osoourn; In charms Town ivllss [ ~a~ ~i Rluo M,-~ CL~ ~ M~rch~nt I a our or LWO .~. r!pen ano o.ien~. [ fleet this cavalier attitude toward $ colored died at his home on Mora/ Mary E Finnell; In Brooklyn New/g'2.~ ~'~,~.U'~7:. ~,':.*~/ '.~* x'~r~,;='- "l men, let it cnill in zne retngera- I covenants and relationshins ] Marlimburg, West Ya. ington Avenue, Charles Wise Jr ] York, ,~eth M Timberlake, an ex-| .o.~, ~,~ ,~ ~ff~,) / ~. ] tor for at least an hour before,Mar~v treaties are made with ~Jae BE WISE - ADVERTISE ,~ . . "" .- died in the Charles Town General~ Confederate veteran, formerly of/~z ~n.~ nO~erc~2~' U~w~3' ~lu'~. I pouring it into the punch bowl./ unexpressed assumption that ~ ~ i i Itospital after a few days illness ~ this county ] ~" ~r~"~ ~"~" +'~" ~'l"e -ne I When ready to serve, pour the [ neither parW really expects to Hampden Triplett, former rest-| George ~hr. Billrnyer resigaaed as|. i~Ee l mixture over a large block of toe,perfoma its obligations. We dertt of Shepherdstown, died in a [ cashier of the Farmers Bank of [ w ff~u:~ r, ~. : m ~'e I as yOUr punch bowl will aecom- / reins.mast, pt course ~e broken hospital in Canton wille, Md. area t Shepherdsttrwn to accept a sim- [ ~.~,~ ~lO~Z~ ,~r~; ~, I modate. [~eaues anu pacts oz HiS.st ann ~ff~ AI~.~ O ~tff re irl r nf,:, : ~ : ~ ; ~ttn / .vzu a~ u,~: ,~mzc o. m~. ~, ~a o I For a real Holiday treat e.~neci- / Dtaan, out our own SKlrts are " ~ ~e"~at ~ l White on ,the 22nd at 6 30 p.m. I all-. welcome on a fro~*'" ni-ht ] hardly without stain. The United tile m'te YVllllitlll ffl3CZS, Ul U,U,OI. William IS. L,~LSIIaW CILy/ I a o~z ~ ! ~,ato boo o 1 her home in Washington, D. C /engineer af Riclmmnd Virginia, ], serve a hot punch instead of one / ~a'~to: ~oi~'b'ro~e~ ~reafies ~i~ Arthur George Bentz of Overlook} died ill that city,Mr [tim .~h~W~lchil'led with ice. |,h~ ~ T.- ~ ~,~h,~ m** .~ Road near Baltimore, Md. dmd ] 80 -- YEARS AGO -- 80 ] "~" ] If you re hostessmg a big once possessed this land unexpectedly at the race track ofI -- I ~k8 lUI~i,~ 1'~1 Christmas dinner, inspect yourWithin the last few ~ears the the Charles Town Jockey Club. Ca t James H 0'Bannon, a| ~11~ ~1(111~ ~11~ IvlllU~ /u company,best linens in plen~ty oft American people have" "looked- I time for the holiday. Tableclothst the-other-way as the courts have Marled: - By the Rev. R. K. native of this county was ap,point- W '. Phok ~'~" McDonald, pastor of the Berry-] ed Superintendent of Public Print JUIll~! W~IHUll ~ ~IUU and napkins many need freshing I allowed the federal government ~ ville Presbyterian Church, Miss I ing in Virginia. The November meetin~ of the l up--just dunk them in ,hot, soapy to break its treaty with the Vera Jane Skifflott became the I 90 --- V/EARS AGO -- 90 Charles Town Junior ;(Voman's water, sprinkled with a few table Indiana who live on ~e Penmyl- bride of Mr William T. Willing- I Club was highlight~ed with a talk t spoons of pine cleaner. Rinse the v.ama,~e.w xor~ ooraer: "~ne at- ",I nmue oI me government seemea ham Jr "ed" In th M P Church l . hnens, Iron them, wrap them up ,Man . - e . . by Mrs. George Cnm of Summat to be that it as all r" ht to Dr. McFetndge of Shepherds- I Camp H, y . Point. She showed members many break the treaty because the land " Hi b the Rev W H m pla~lc and your table s set for w ~g ~own, had an unusual honor when Meade, George E Lane of Skyes- interesting arts and crafts she had me mg any. I Miss" Meta H Cham ; o . I I was needed for a dam and the chosen presiden~ of the Eastern I ville, Md. to,- made with common articms zouna I " I Tndian~ wauld h~ roirnh,r~rl f ~. " " Geor e Panhandle,: Mod~cal Association at|bers, daughter of Capt. g in the home. Her philosophy is --I thear" loss" That" the Indians ~ts a~nual business session in W Chambers, of Harpers Fe~Ty; not to throw anything away Look dl I wanted ~ae~r e .Martinsburg. tat'the home of the brides parents at it long enough and something I ~ BUILDING,] reimbursement g~a~tYot ~ndmnfot near Kabletown, by the Rev A [can ma ent be de from ~t she said ~ matte~ J. Burns Huyett past presid t . in ] [ I M Cackley, T L l~lssier, ~o miss Proof f t of the Kiwanis Club delivered a . . ~ " : 2,' . - I ohis were pictures madeI m~mmsmnnannA Am~,[ - ~- Luiu ~J Yates" In treaties Town - - ' " ? tmeyi 1 and Instructive address~ en- " ' - --- - I with seeds and rice, centerpieces nmvnNu, UK 1 .Same Mistake . ~Rled Kiwanis FAucation, to the b). the Rev. A. C. Hopkins, wil-I with spools, plastic soap contain. I, It was.thtssamedmregardfor members of ~he Charles Town ~ ham ~,angq~n.to mxs. al. j~oaermK ] ers and plastic lids from spray I,I~lP~l~kl~lPn n&l~,] respo~lb~fllW ag.amst which .the Club. at the Thomas Jefferson Ib th m i~aoletown, cans Her display was enjoyed by[,aua U L,n,I ~t~P~tn~aa~acniB.WCa.rnwe~ein t~e Hotel. I I every n~: I,I Judean exilesareturned from their - I ya where theyv~stted, over me ] lvl, r~ make ~arr~son r.e p,o~ea I |m~,~,~,[ captivity in Babylon. Their ~"~"~'~r,~:~';~:~.~ t noikmys w~vn Tneresa s granu- I on operauon bahia t;laus, me |llil~ilmil fathers had broken theircovenant "~'~'~i~L~'~l~l~ ~T " t mother, Mrs. Lawrence Luttrell. I gift project for patients in West I ---- J I with God and the nation had ~ummn. rum. ]Vi.siting at the. Jenkins home on I Virginia State Mental hospitals. I I~n,] suffered grievously. Surely these ~-.-- " 1 Sunday were her daugl~ters, Mrs. [ The club is co-sponsor of the pro- ~,| ] people would not make the same Mrs. Stuart Crmt I Norman Heflin and Mrs. Jake / ject with the local Mental Health ~ a#Q# j ~nl~,~---.| [ mistake? . ~.~ ~.~,~,~ { Frye and daughter Pamela of [ Association. Gifts for ':Operation ~1 ~"rg##l~'~ 4~lwi, r~| I Evidence see:m, ed to ~dicate to ~,:,~ ;",~ :~:~w.;~mu~'~'.~,*'~'~,'~,;~'~': .~ ~,~,~o ,r t ~,~o rla,~, ,m~ h,~ a~ ~a -n n- n I lwalacnl mat mey mighL They ~, ,- vv,-,* too lacked a sense of responsi T~ (Deferred From Last Week) ] Mrs Elwood Chesh,ire returned l December 9, at 1 oclock at the,Ws A I I Th - d th - r 1 1 The Reverend and Mrs. Harry I home "on Thursday from the Win-I Itilleary~ House Club members ] ~} ~el'i m ey wame . ae o.en~,m, X erl P IAgbt alad five c~i,ldren, TNna, |chester MemoviM Ho,~r4 al; how- voted to donate "$15 to -urchin- a Tour AU n:uoclrlc rumm! I I e g" n, out mey aia not want ' ann ' ~.- v -,-= to give anything of value in re- Randy, Shammn, Holiy and D,] ever, her infarct daughter, Stepha- rocking chair for the State Hos- I l xtrn They went through all the of WeiFton, arrived here on Wed: ] r~ie Jane, who we~hed le~ than pital at Weston. Mrs. Harrison I IM F0t at Edison I;Oo II ~right motions," but they gave THE CHURCH FOR All oWe a dhemist so e years ago who was plal~ nesday afternoon ann were sup- I five pounds at her premature also reported that several mem- ~ [ only tokens of themselves. They Art ~OR THe CHURCH ~ing to experiment with religion The Church is the greatest .Some Sun ay, he aaa,I m going to g.O ~ per g u es~s a~ the home of the ] biV0h, will remain in the hospi,tal bers will assist the Juniorette . ' -) kept their part of the covenant " ' 'd " "d " ' " t~q~i'I tI)tOtI)tI~q~ll e formers brother and sister'in'[ur~til she has ~Mned sufficient Club in ~ivin~ sorties for Ment- I only when they were in the factor on earth for the building Church and see if it makes any differone~ m my life.'- " law, Mr. and Mrs. Robe.rt fl.Aght ] wai~tt-- ally Retar'~ded chi'ldren on Decem- Y U I~ * I mood" or it was of advantage of.character, and good c~tizen-. Doctor," we asked, "How does. a chemist begin" 'and children, Bobby and Linaa, I Mr and Mrs Ernest Rudolph ber 9 and 16 at the Hilleary / H 12 I tO ~, sh,p. It,sastorehouseofspmt- his experiments ih a new field?" before going on to Silver Spring, ] and son,s, Mark and Paul, had as House Members also volunteered I oou vomes, wimout a stron~ " "~;ith resear~-" *~ ,v r ~ a.- ,~', Md to spend ~e holidays ~is~-] heir dinner guests on Thanks- to bak'e cookies for the pa~es. M~M T TnID[R en I Church, nelthor democrocy nor ?' . . ~ ~ ~u~ ~p:j xx. m.t~ta~z~ .~ S n ~ n[ H il /0 ~iliO VVO J~LI~ ~ 1 y ~.ItI$/:ILUUII 1~ ing wi~h Mr aim ~r. Jo n"g ' I ~ivin~ Day the latter s brother,Toothbrushes three to a box I civilization can survive There nnmngs ox omer menan tna~ neia-