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By Mrs. Elhel Buzzard in Pmltimore, Md. where both are P, runxwick, employed. Esther with the tele- phone Co., Robert with Armeo Steel Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinterman Wedding Bells Were Ringing Miss Norms Jean Donner, dau- ghter of Mrs. Hazel Donner and the late Norman Danner of Bruns wick, Md. and Mr. Earl Glenn Rodgers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cap Lain Rodgers of Silver Grove were married Friday evening, January 2-in the Methodist Church in :Brunswick, Md. by Roy. John W. ~eay in a single ring ceremony. Witnesses were Mr. Charles Ever hart, cousin of the groom and Miss Loretta Donner sister of the bride. Norms is employed with the Navy Department in Wash- Ington, D. C. Earl is employed in Vienna, Va. They are living in Brunswick, Md. with the bride's mother at present. Esther Lucille Davis, daughter of Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and Mr. Robert Glenn Spitler, son of Mrs. Bernice Spitler of Baltimore, Md. were married Saturday afternoon at four o'clock at the Methodist parsonage in Chestnut Hill by Roy. C. W. Lloyd. Those attending Were Mrs. Bernice Spitler, mother el the groom, Mrs. Ada Huff grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. Wood row Huff aunt and uncle of the groom from Martinsburg, Mrs. EVhel Buzzard mother of the bride and her two children Terry and Nancy Davis. They will live are proud parents of a fine dau ghter born to them Sunday morn ing in the Charles Town General Hospital. The little Miss weighed 7 lb. 8 oz. Mrs. Dinterman was for merly Miss Joan Piper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clell Piper of the community. Mr. Dinterman is from Brunswick, Md. This is their first child. Mrs. Maude Everhart and Mrs. Loons Everhart were visitors on Sunday with Mrs. Eva Stoneber- ger and her sister Mlss Geraldine Staubs in Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. George Tatton and two children and Mrs. Garland Piper of Chestnut Hill were callers on Sunday with Mr. and'Mrs. Ce- cil Everhart and family. Saturday visitors with Mrs. Eth- el Buzzard and family were Mrs. Esther Davis, Mr. Robert Spitler Mrs. Bernice ~pitler of Baltimore, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Huff and Mrs. Ada Huff of Martins- burg, W. Va. A Watch Night service was held on New Years Eve night at, the Silver Grove Churc.h. The speak- er was the pastor Rev. C. W. Lloyd. A good crowd was present It started at 10 o'clock going thru to the New Years at midnight. It was enjoyed very much by all that was there. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers. of Md. were ,_qunday wife ~c-t, ty at the home of her par "=-~ .............. : ......................... - .... guests with the formers parents ents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Captain l%odgers and family. Delmar Cogle spen.t several days with his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. David Brackett in Millville. Rebecca Brackett of Millville spent the past week with her aunt 'and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Everhart were callers with Mr. and Mrs. Garland Hawk and Mrs. Mamie Russell in Chestnut Hill during }he holidays. Mr. Elzy Longerbeam, Mr. Bob Nick and son, Mrs. Maude Piper and daughter of Chestnut Hill were visitors on Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grove and family. Mr. Frank Staubs is spending sometime with his daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney l~ields in Mannings. [ Mr .and Mrs. Edgar Everhart The quotations of The Blue Rid were callers with Mr. and Mrs. ge Livestock Sales at Charles Ollie Hawk in Chestnut Hill. Town Monday, Jan. 5, 1959. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spitler Receipts of cattle and hogs spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. heavy with a good demand for all Woody Huff in Martinsburg. calves, hogs and cattle. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart were visitors with their daughter Feature of sale was veal top and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John$40.00; cows top $21.00; steers up Whitehair in Harpers Ferry. to $27.00. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hawk of Choice butcher steers none; Chestnut Hill were visitors withgood butcher steers 24.00 to 26.50; relatives during the holidays, plain to medium steers 21.00 ,to 24. 00; choice butcher heifers 24.00 to Deferred From Last Week 26.00; good butcher heifers 21.00 Seasons greetings ~o the staff to 23.00; plain to medium heif- Brenda Chapman of Middleway of the Jefferson Publishing Co. ors 16.00 to 20.00; good bulls 24.00 spent several days with her grand Inc. and m all the correspondents to 25.00; plain to medium bulls parents Mr. and Mrs. Captain of this fine paper. 21.0 0to 23.50; commercial cows Rodgers. Pfc. Gerald Bu*ford of Fort Eus-19.50 to 21.00; utility cows 18.25 Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Turner of tis, Vs. spent the weekend with to 19.25; canners and cutters up Hagerstown, Md. were callers with his wife Mrs. Betty B~ford and to 18.00; cows by the head up to their niece and family Mrs. Ada her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank 200.00; stocker and feeder steers Cogle recently. Cogle. 21.00 to 27.00; stock heifers and Mr. Paul Staubs of Neersville, Mrs. Esther Davis and Mr. Rob bulls by the head up to 100.00. Vs. and Mr. Gilbert Staubs of Bal eft Spitler of Balimore, Md. were Choice to prime calves 36.00 to timore, Md. were callers with their weekend guests with the latters 40.00 good bu,ttcher calves 30.00 brother Mr. Vernon Staubs and mother Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and to 35.00; medium butcher calves family on Thursday. family. 24.00 to 29.00; thin calves 23.00 Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair Pfc. and Mrs. Gerald Buford, down; heavy calves 20.00 to 30.00; and son Keith of Harpers Ferry Mrs. Ads Cogle and Judy and Jan Lambs good 22.00; butcher ewes were Sunday visitors with the lot- ice Cogle were Sunday visitors 5.00 to 8.00.' ters parents Mr. and Mrs. Howardwith Mr. and Mrs. George Renner Good butcher hogs 18.60 to 19.- Everhart. and family in Hagerstown, Md. 30; medium butcher hogs 18.00 to F~c. Gerald Buford of Fort Eus- Mr. and Mrs. Aldridge Staubs 18.50; heavy butcher hogs 16.50 tis, Vs. spent several days with his of Millville and Mr. Bill Brown of to 18.00; bu,tcher sows 12.00 to IDEA AI,I, WET Great Neck, N. Y. The battle of aesthetics and practicalities has taken a flew twist in this towh. Firemen have complained that the flowers and shrubbery villa- gers have planted around them. Some folks even put fences around the hydrants. Civic or Commercial ins,titution- Friendship Fire Company. High court reaffirms ban on a wife's testimony. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FA~MEI~ 6--B THURSDAY, JANUARY DR. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist EYES EXAMINED -- GLASSES FITTED Ilours:--9:45 - 5:00--Closed Tuesday and OPEN Saturday Evenings Until 9:00 P. M. Phone 785 112 S. Charles St. Charles Town, FOR-- PEOPLES BEST FLOUR PURE BUCKWHEAT S. R. BUCKWHEAT PURE MEAL S. R. MEAL PANCAKE WANT MORE? Save now on towels, ~ort Lewis, Washing~ton and his bedding, curtains, during Penney's wife Mrs. Betty Cook of Washing- ton, D. C. spent the weekend with ~HARLES TOWN, W VA~. the formers ,mother Mrs. Elsie Cook and family. Mr .and Mrs. Captain Rodgers and family and Terry Davis,were guests 'on Friday with t'heir dau- ghter ,and family Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman in Middleway. Ronald Rodgers spent from Fri- day until Sunday with his sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cha.pman in Middleway. Mr .and Mrs. Frank Rodgers of Charles Town were callers wi,th EXTRA BIG BATH NOW SPECIALLY A full 24 by 46 inches of soft, absorbent, 1 o n g - wearing towel. Firefly Yellow, Cam- ellia Rose, Pink Whisper, Spice Brown, White Tur- quoise or Green Mist. SAVE ON NATION - WIDE MUSLINS ! Full or Fitied Virginia were supper guests on 18.00; heavy feeders and light but Friday evening with Mr .and Mrs. cher hogs 18.00 to 20.00; shoats Cecil Everhart -and family and per hundred 22.00 down; pigs per Mrs. Maude Everhart. head 16.50 down; heavy boars 8.00 Pvt E/2 Edgar Vincent Cook of to 10.70; stock boars 10.00 ,to 15.50. Miscellaneous sales start 11.00 TOWEL PRICED! 24 by 46 bath towel for $ 15 by 25 12 by 12 face towel wash cloth 3 for $1 6 for $1 t .:) 80 NEW RONDO PERCALE PRINTS PENNEY PLUS VALUE! c yard Only at Penney's! Beau- tifully- styled, high- count machine washable percale at this low! Prints unlim- ited to sew into children's togs, dresses ! JLS RECEIVED New Jewelry- New Handbags Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers and Mr. Les Kellison. Mrs. Paul Staubs and Mrs. Leo na Staubs of Neersville, Vs. were Saturday evening callers with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staubs and son and Mrs. Ethel Buzzard. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Billman and ,two Children of Pa., Mr .and Mrs. Ernest Seal and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Donald Staubs and i children of Daltimore, Md were visitors over the weekend wiCh Mr. and Mrs. Vernon SCaubs and family also were visitors wi,th Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole and ram- . ~/. fl'Mrs. Hazel Staubs and children Mrs. Delma Staubs and son, Mrs. Ethel Buzzard a,ttended the Chris- tmas,, program at the Nazarene ChurCh in Virginia on Sunday ev- ening which they enjoyed very much. Pfc. Gerald Buford of Fort Eus' tis, Va. spent Christmas day with his wife Mrs. Betty Buford a 'her parents Mr .and Mrs. Frank Cog- le. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Everhart and children were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson and family on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitebait and son Kei.th of Harpers Ferry were dinner guests on Christmas day with t'he 1.a~ters parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart and ,family. Had Family Dinner Mrs. Ethel Buzzard served her Christmas dinner to her .family on Sunday, December 21st,due to her daughter Mrs. Esther Davis working on Christmas day. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Staubs and son Mr. Robert Spi.tler of Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Es ther Davis and her children Terry and Nancy. Mr. Arnold and Larry Buzzard. Mr. Willis Everhart and Mrs. Edna Piper. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hawk of Chestnut Hill, Miss Ida Cogle were dinner guests on Christmas with Mrs. Elsie Cook and family. Mr .and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son spen,t Christmas with relat- ives in Millville. Mr .and Mrs. James Crouson a. m.-Livestock sales 1:30 p. m. each Monday. E . % [] MADE BY-- SUPPLY PHONE 17 ' CHARLES TOWN, W. /::: ......... %. ....... ' "'7" ';::::~)::" g % ~:7 :i!>:" ........ ;i:/ ............ $ .58 81 x 99 - 72 x 108 81 x 108 . $1.77 CASES--2 for 77c Compare: strong staple cotton in a firm, balanced weave (no weak spots here!) sturdy tape sel- veges (take countless washingn), smooth finish with mimimum sizing (no gluey starches that wash out) !! Attention Motels - Hotels - Buy Em By the Dozen At This Low Price! PENNEY'S LAMP SPECIAL! AUTHENTIC COLONIAL HOBNAIL MILKGLASS Fanfiers of good colonial! You'll take a shine to these i masterpiece copies Penney's price so low! Even trim- mings are fine brass plate! . for a. Pair! Saucer style hurricanes Vanity $2.88 Student lamp $2.85 Base-light hurricane $3.$8 AVISCO - ORLON BIG SIZE BLANKET $ .66 Large 80 by 90 inch double bed blanket in soft, warm, long-wear 90% Avisco rayon and 10% Orlon. Life - of - the blanket nylon bind- ing. Maize, Pink. SPECIAL PURCHASE WOMEN'S NEW SPRING HATS .00 New Shapes, New Colors, New Trimmings SPECIAL BUY DRESS FABRICS yards $ .00 54- 55 inch widths Flocked nylon sheers, chiffons, organdies,. more! Fabulous offer! . REDUCED WOMEN'S BULKY KNIT SWEATERS Luxurious Mohair, Wool, and Nylon Blend. ALL WOMEN'S WINTER COATS NOW REDUCED TO $15.00 [] and .f~mily of Leesburg, V~t., Mr. and Mrs. David Brackett and ram- YOU CAN flELP YOURSELF TO SANTA'S ily of Millville were visitors dur- This doesn't happen to foresighted ing'heholidaywlthMr, andMrs. PACK IF YOU JOIN OUR Howard Cogle and family. Rebecca Brackebt of Millville spen.t Saturday night with. her aurar and uncle Mr. and Mrs. How ard Cogle and son. Miss Norma Danner and sister Becky of Brunswick, Md. were vis itors on Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers and family. Mr .and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and children of Mmdleway were visi,tors on Sund,ay wi,th her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rod- gers and family. LIFE INSURANCE ON DOGS Copenhagen-Danish do,, owners will be able to take out life i~sur= ance for their pets, if they allow the dog's noseprints to be taken. it has been announced. savers who have a Christmas Club in the Bank of Charles Town.. It's not too late to start your' 1959 Club. Start CHR S MAS LU Join One of These Classes NOW! now and avoid Christmas Debts this year. Look 'at the table on the right and see how little you have to save each 10c each w.eek for 50 weeks - $ 25c each week for 50 weeks - $ 50c each week for 50 weeks - $ $ 1.00 each week for 50 weeks - $ $ 2.00 each week for 50 weeks - $ $ 3.00 each week fr 50 weeks - $ LI week and how m u ch you get for Christmas. $ 5.00 each week for 50 weeks - $ $14).00 each week for50 weeks - $ $20.00 each week for 50 weeks- COMPLETE LiNE OP Ranges, Refrigerators, Washers, Etc. SEE US BEFORE YOU BU]L MA6AflA'S APPLIANCE CENTER Telephone 424 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Across From The Court House A Community Corner Stone Since 1871 Member FDIC and Federal Reserve System'