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| in Social r', xB eglns get YOur next pay- E~ llld l,t is less than it trou:/,le "won't be ~e has been made in ~,Y0tlr earnings it will It, ore money' i. now ~"~1 from our pay en- ~ 8cial secYurity" w ~.~.1, 1959 the ne tax :L~'~lal Security went into E'~ With it went an in- Ta.~e amount both the i~rt.'Tr~ernployee must pay ~l~y'~" new rate for Soe- l~D[es t0 2, .} percent lb X'?yers and employees. ~es With 2% per cent ~:. ax in 1959 will ap- ~0 of Wages annually, ----" in 1958. like much I~ ~t sOUnd ncrease [~ttlally it's an I L~e~[' Provided yOU ea/n ~.~800 a Year you'll be ]~s.a Year in Social Se- [i~ as compared w,th [D10yer Will be paying ~0unt of added taxes efit. e tlSUally deduct th ~,0f the tax from each il,'l~ey adjust mr the re- L:"~ of taxes by stopping ~8~0,8~hen YOm- paycheck ~ earning $100 a week ~ deduction will be S2. ~lso you'll be paying for 48 weeks in I959 in- stead of 42 in 1958. If you're making $200 a week, your deduction will be $5 a week for the first 24 weeks. In 1958 it was $4.50 for 21 weeks. Self-employed persons who pay 1!2 time~ the tax paid by either employers or employees will be as- sessed at the rate of 3.75 per cent on 1959 earnings up to $4800. This compares with 3 3/8 per cent on incomes up to $4200 in 1958. Social Security amendments al so provide for increased benefits. These are about 7 per cent over the prior law and call for a mini mum increase of $3 monthly ben- efits to retired workers who join the benefit rolls after 65. For retired persons. 65 or over, on the rolls in December, monthly payments will range from 833 to 8116 against $30 to $100.50 under the prior law. For those getting on the rolls after Dec. 31, 1958, benefits would range from $33 to $127 a month. The maximum on benefits pay- able to a family has been raised from $200 to $~54 a month. Scout Troop 23 Held Christmas Party The local Boy Scout Troop 23 held their annual Christmas par- ty on Wednesday. December 10. The boys and their gues,ts exchan- ged presents at this time. A won- derful time was had by all. Then on Saturday. December 13 a group of these boys went to Berryville, Vs. where they spent the afternoon roller skating. Butch Carper, Reporter eiAre Pleased To .Announce Our ntment As Exclusive Representa- For The AMAZING NEW II'IAILED BY DOCTORS FOR RELIEF OF ASTHMA, SINUS, AND ALLERGIES A remarkable new "Purl- iron" has been developed by electronic scientists. It is being acclaimed by doc- tors after they buy it and see it work in their own homes, for their own fami- lies -- and for their patients in their offices and operat- ing rooms. PURITRON clears any room of irritating dust, odors, pollen and smoke. | II. DOuble Size Unit ! ~#a00 . . . $6g.gS It's better than a kitchen | . ~ Just plug In; It's portablel exhaust fan. ~.)~,q~tD~1~VHAT DOCTORS AND USERS SAY ABOUT PURITRON ! ~tor~a~ al} expectations. | "'First time In 15 yenr8 my son has slept |b~Ml~t-~.mlracles for a Iwith his mouth closed.., not fighting to |tL'q~ht~r Patient" (Penn- ]breathe. No sore throat, no cracked lips. To | ~t~lt~t a~.ctr) - "For Ithe inventor and manufacturer, my thanks." ~t~tsln~e I woke up I* "'Tried s~ far onllr one day and found it t:.'q']M[i}~'trouble"(New [~vu m~ous rel4d. Thanks!" * "I get %h * " l~ ~rh * "" Con~|led| asthm~ ~ ha~' fever and that's wh~,. | Et~'slltr~..~grm of reapira- I bought Purhron Believe me it is won~[~/t~ "'' E?TM {~[.~ my daughter, [ fu|. Makes me breathe easier.., and sleep. ! -ua*r~ uh~'slrAanl | (A-U ~.~tim~.aials abavs wers ~oltctt*d.) SMITH AND STRIDER 370 CHARLES TOWN, 18 - 6t. W. VA. l JANUARY 12 TO 31st, Inc. mm PLUS-TWO BARGAIN TABLES Married in St. John's Lutheran Church in Martinsburg Sunday Mrs. Charles Kidwiler The marriage of Miss Carolyn~mateh. the maid of honor in Lee Miller, daughter of Mr. and|green, the maids in red and the Mrs. John H. Millet', 1003 Wilson~flower girl in white. All of them street and Charles Kenneth Kid- carried nosegays of white pore wiier of Shepherdstown. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kidwiler oc- curred Sun, afternoon, Jan. 3 at 3 o'clock in St. John's Lutheran sories, the mother of the groom in Church in Martinsburg. The char maroon velvet with 'bl'ack aeces- ch was lavishly decorated for Christmas. White snapdragons were in the altar vases. The double ring .ceremony, per- formed by the Rev. Earl G. Creps Jr. was preceded by a program or organ music played by Larry Pibtsnogle and "The Lord's Pray- er" sung ,by Miss Kathy Miller. In strumen,tal numbers included "Ev cuing Star" from "Tannhauser", Wagner; 'I Love You Truly", Ja cobs-Bond; "Romance", Ru~ben- stein; "Arise", Handel; "Whither Thou Goest". Singer; "O Perfect Love", Barnby and the popular wedding marches. Four attendants of the bride giv en in marriage by her father were Miss Sandra See, maid of honor; Misses Martha Wooters and San- dra Dearing, bridesmaids; and Mary Linda DeLauney of Shep- herdstown, a cousin, flower girl. Groomsmen were William Link, i,of Shepherdstown, 'best man and 'Jerry Carpenter and Robert Pobts, also of Shepherdstown, ushers. , Gowned in bridal satin and :Chan,tilly lace, the bride wore a fingertip "ceil attached to a feather hat and carried a white Bible with an orchid shower. Attendants' dresses were of ,taf- feta with head,bands and mitts to series. Both of them had white car nation corsages. A reception was given in Luther Hall with Mrs. Charles Miller, aun, t of the bride and Mrs. Leon- ard Moore of Shepherdstown, aunt of the groom, pouring punch. Mrs. Calvin DeLauney, of Shepherds- town, aunt of the bride, served the three-,tier bride's cake. Used on the .table was a whi,te linen cloth which had 5elonged to ,the bride's great grandmother Miss Anne Miller had the guest ,book and Miss Norma Jean Grim had charge of gifts. The bride was wearing black and white with a beige coat and an orchid from her bridal bou- quet when she left .for a motor trip to Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Kidwiler are resid- ing at 1005 Winchester Avenue upon their return. Mrs. Kidwiier is a high school senior; Mr. Kidwiler, employed at the Acme Market is a graduaAe of Shepherdstown High School. Guests a'ttending the wedding from Sharpaburg and Hagerstown, Md., and Shepherdstown. Following rehearsal Friday night Mr. and Mrs. John Miller en, tertained the wedding party at their home. Telephone 256-JX tug Christmas holida:y. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boden Wi,th Mrs. Glassner a,ll of Brucetown, Vs. were recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Walters. Mrs. Walter Glalze of Ranson attended the wedding of her granddaughter Miss Donna Kay Glaize to Mr, Scot~t JOhnson which took place on Sunday at the Kab letown Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Kerc~ev- al, Mrs. Eddie Levi and son Eddie all of Berryville visiCed Mr. and Mrs. ELmer Gluize and son of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glaize were supper guests on Friday night a~t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Carper who now live on second avenue: Mr. Ellis Grey has been visiting, with Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lanham and family since Christmas, Mrs. Roy Breeden and sons were Wednesday afternoon visi- tors with Mrs. Ly!e Furr and son of Charles Town.~ Mrs. Kat;hleen Viands. Mrs. Betty Lanham wl,th Mrs. Nannie. Lan'ham were shoppers in Hagers .town, Md. on Tuesday. New Years Eve Party A little pa~ty was held at %he home of Sonny CIhamblin on New Years Eve wi,th several of his school friends in. They all danced and played g~mes atnd everyone seemed to have a nice ~tlme. They all ,enjoyed themselves serving themselves to refreshments, Those hel,ping ~Smnmy to celebrate "were Libby Gayhart, Shirley Jackson, t SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE TttITRS1)AY, .1ANIr.XT(Y" 15. 1, Sff" " 2--B ~uc~ ~peakcr at 7:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Adams were recent callers with Mrs. Grace Mol er and her mobher Mrs. J. N. Zinn at their home in Ransom Mrs. Zinn celebrated her 96th birthday on the 30th of December. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams, son Franklin, daughter Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams daugh- ter Martha. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Adams. son Donme and dear friends and neighbors Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman. Mr, Lewis Wiley. son of Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Wiley spent, the Christmas holiday a~ the home of Mr. and Mrs, Graham Roysmn of Millwood, Va. A New Years Eve dinner party given by Ethel and Paul Chap- man starting a~ 6:30 p. m. gather ed around the buffet for a delic- ious ham dinner were Mr. and Mrs, John Kackley of Berryville, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Warren LaRue. son Jim. daughter Carol. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Boyd, Nancy and Don Chapman. Gay noisemakers and eggnog helped rush in the New Year as the clock sbruck 12. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Grapes of Winchester sl;opped to see Mr. and Mrs. J L. Chapman on Saturday afternoon after attending the fun eral of Mrs. Bailey in Charles Town. Mr, and Mrs. M. L. Adams were callers last Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Charles Mathena and son Robert in Charles Town. Holiday visitors with Woodrow and June Adams were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Orndorff. son Billy. daughter Debbie of White Hall. Va. overnight gues~ wer~ Miss Wil da Orndorff. her brother Junior of-Clearbrook and Miss Mary El- len Shull of Summit Point. Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boyd and fam- ily were Mr and Mrs. Orville De- Haven and two children and Mr. Willie Fuz'r of Charles Town. Capacity Crowd Of " Parents, Friends At Dance School Recital The studio was filled to caDa- ci,ty parents and friends at t)he Walraven School of Dance for i the annual Chris,tmas pa~ty and I recital. The children presented an hour program of ballet and tap numbers dressed in beautiful cos tumes of yellow-blue-w,hite-pink and green. The baby class Julie Dorf, Can dy Collins, Kathy Jenkins, Pa~tric- ia Mangrum, Susan and Ginny Lou Tabb, stole the show as dress ed in yellow tu-tus they performed t~heir barre work of the "five pos- i, tions" and preach,ted several a- dorable numbers. "I have a Dolly" was one of the cute tap and .ballet Mr:. William Mcl~owell =I~nfi the Christmas and New Years hol idays with her son and family Mr. and Mrs. Vincent McDowell of Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Elish Webb of Baltimore, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wate,:~ and son of Pleas- ant Valley, Md. visi~ted at the home of Mr. Arthur Webb and family on Monday. Miss Elizabeth Webb and Da- vid Webb visited with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rickel and daughter on Tuesday evening. Miss Elizabeth Webb and David Webb visited as the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fields of Bolivar on Wednesday evening. Mr. Joe Elliott of W. Vs. Uni- versity spenr New Years Day with Mr. David Webb. Mr .and Mrs. Melvin Pields and daughter and Miss Nancy Cleven- ger of Bolivar and Miss Ginny and Katie Boxwell of Charles Town visited with Miss Elizabeth Webb and David Webb on Saturday ev- ening. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Webb and sons spent Sunday at the home of T/Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Webb and sons of Southlawn. Md. Mr. Arthur WebD and Eliza- beth and David Webb spent Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Waters and son of Pleasant Val ley, Md. Mrs. John H. Goode of Blekeley Place has been very ill for the pass week and has been staying with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Cain of Woodland Farm. Mrs. Vernon Webb and family of Millville Cross Roads vi.~lted at, the home of Arthur Webb and ~fam ily on Wednesday afternoon. By Mrs. Charles Adams Deferred From I~tst Week Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman were dinner guests on Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leake. The Leake's had planned a new year dinner but due to the freezing rain the guest didn't get there. Their dinner was held on Sunday having their daughter of Berry- ville and Mr. atnd Mrs. J. L. Chap man. Mrs. Halon Unger was a dinner guest at the home of her brother atnd sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Thomas WHey on Monday. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and family through the Christmas holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whit- mer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jun ior Whitmore all of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Penwell. dau ghter Margaret granddaughter Marie, Mrs. Mary Betty Wiley; son Melvin, granddaug.hter Ann Un- ger, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Penwell daughter Della and Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wood all near My- erstown, Mrs. Graham Royston and son Billy of Millwood, Va. Callers Friday with Mrs. John Magaha and daughter Mary .were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman. Change Meeting Date The Rippo,a Farm Club has changed its January meeting date. The ladies will meet on the second numbers danced by Benita Ander Friday, January 9 at the home of son, Peggy Baker, and Mary El- Mrs. M. L. Adams. The accent will~ izabeth Watson. Minuet in G was be on "breadmaking" when Mrs. d~nced by Lanna Sue Marcus and iVial'lOn Myezs coun~.y agenb wili De : Debbie ,Marcus in beau,tiful roman WtIAT'S GOING ON IN . . By Mrs. Roy Breeden ii Deferred From Last Week Mrs. Roy Breeden and .sons Phil ip and Wayne along with. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McDonald and granddau ghter Criss of Berryvllle, Va. were all Sunday gue~sts with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smallwood .of near town. Mrs. Clyde Hi,t who has been a patient in the Charles Town Hos- piVai for several days is now able to be,back home. The last report I had from her she was doing very good. Mr. and Mrs. "James Biddle and son Greg of Winchester were Sat urday visitors wiCh Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hln,ton on Third Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson and daughter Phyllis were Sunday dinner guests with Mr .and Mrs. Bill Briggs in Leesburg, V,a. Recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smallwood was Mr. Bob Singhas of Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Ber.thfi, Braihwai.te of Hall ~town spent Sunday wi,th Mrs. My ra Brai,t~waite and children, then later in .the evening .they drove to Berryvllle to elsie ~ Mrs. Willa Braithwaite and family. Mrs. Jane Ott and son Tommy of Jefferson Avenue were Friday night visitors with friends of .the Ranson Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hough drove to Washington on Sunday. They had a very nice ~rip. Mr. and Mrs. Stan,ley Hardy, Mrs. Hanen and Mr. Orover Stick lea all of W~nchester visited wl~;h Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hinton on Sunday evening. SAF[TY tic length tutus of green and am- erican beatity. A demonstration of barre work Four private pupils of the school each presented several numbers: little miss Nancy Sperry a tap dance. Miss Nancy Lutz a charming hard toe number as well as a lively tap dance. Mis~ Becky Kay W'are presented a ballet a~ well as a tap dance "Daughter of Rosie O'Grady"; Susan Magaha two lively ~ap dances- a routine to "Rain" and a Charleston tap as well as the lovely ballet The ball room dancers were excused from the recital and will be given a dance later. Santa Claus was pres ent much to the enjoyment of the children and punch, cookies qnd candy were served after the pro- ;,,ram. The school will resure reg- ular classe.~ after the holidays a~ whici~ time new pupils will be ac- cepted. Ill Ill I Ill IIIIIIII THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL tlOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 35 - Telephones - 162 I II OPEN FORMULA FERTILIZER for early delivery Plus f.r in February $50.00 per Ton Purchases for early movement by Feb. 28 ...... $1.00 per ton plus for cash ($50 per ton @ 2%) ........ $1.00 per ton TOTAL DISCOUNT ............... $2.00 per ton On high a~aly~/s yov s~rve tv.n m~re. Order today. SOUTHERN STATES Charles Town Cooperative .... " PHn E 4 w va ............ , ...... WE FORD DEALERS INVITE YOU TO @@ PLUS 324 OTHER GREAT PRIZES 20 Sylvania TV Sets 2 family vacations at I00 Sylvania Radios Pacific Ocean Park 200 Argus Cameras 2 new 59 F~rds FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY AT PACIFIC OCEAN PARK V I A AMERICAN AIRLINES ! : i,ii ii . /i!i) ,?i:: @i ilq!(71 : I'~ ~ , ~a ~ Mr. and Mrs. Valler Olaize swen Diekie Beard, Donna Jean James, (~. ou ,en;s -- :~l .UU Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Lind~ Wlllingham, Pa/~ricia Bums ~(j~_ Elmer Olaize and son Billy ofand Stevie Anderson. ~K~D 1?TilT. fiW TIlE RAD~AIKr~ Charles Town Miss Anna Creamer of R~nson [ l~b, Mrs William McDowell .spentand Mr and Mrs Phi Ip earner .......... ...... ~ - ou tara rasrmne ot~.. CW :_ the ChrisVmas holiday ~her of Summit Poln, t a~tenaea the -he ,,fth-. 'l.q .... W,,.,,Io the TIME TO GET SOME of the son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Boyer and Moler wedding which that ,.ida ,~n q' .... 0,~,a *; S "= ' "nEST and BEST BARGAINS Ever Mrs. Vincent McDowel,1 and daugh ,took place last Saturday in the ....................... . ft,.....a :_ ter who live in Washington, D. C. Ka bletown 0hur h. i ,si v.i,ct~u,n ~u~ eta,,:. . Mrs. MeDowell has now returned Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Levi of Ber- ~ ^ to her home in Ranson saying she ryville visited on Sunday with ~g~':t:ASH had a wonderful visit Mrs Levi's l~tren.ts Mr. and Mrs. ' i ...... SALES ---NO RETURNS. Mr and Mrs Oene Wbit~lng- Wul~ter Oalize We m proud to offer the use of our cars and faclhhes value, ongmahty, and quality will win the prizes. And , ton of" Charles "Town spen t,h~lr Mrs. Carl Hinton who ~el,ps to~ so you can enter this Sylvania Photoflash Contestthe Grand Prize winner gets all three. See your Ford i -- -~r , Christmas evening wi,th Mr and cook ~t the Charles Town High Dealer for ~,~,l,,t,~ ,~,~,.~Uo t~,~ .... "" - " ere' " , .... ,,v.~w ,..,~,,,..,, vw,,,j. ~) ' ' Mrs. Elmer Olaize and son. School has :been In and under .the H s all you have to do: Come In to your Ford Dealer's , [ ' ~ ,. - Sunday ~fternoon visitors with doctors care for a rfc~cWdays. We showroom and actually take a picture of yourself or WORLD'S MOST "EAUT'F ..... P ................ [. [ H At D I IC ' T ~ ~ ~J M . and. Mrs. LeRoy Homes were wish her a speedyy. anyone in your family in n bea,,tif,,1! ........ *~..~A ~0 e , u~.t. ~Jr'~l|'~.~U ~.~g~ [. rile w || ~b~ ~ L L ~ | ~ ~ ~ Mr and Mrs LeRoy Place and Mr and Mrs Walter Glaize ,~ ~ ~ .,. " . .% -, -~? .... a v.,,v ........... ~ .... .~, famil f ~ 'ti s" u s n}[ " " ' IDa with Mr ~ora -rnen send a prznc ot me picture and the triangular ~' [~:[ y o Mar. n o rg. Pe ' ~ew Years y . " Mrs M rtln Glaize and faro trademark from any acka e of S Ivanm flashbulbs to ~ | ~ ~ 11 | r I .~ 11 || r Mrs Millard Jenkins and dour.h- ily at ~abletown contest officials The ictures with the best stor -tellin ~ -- I,, . . -- v v ter Cathy were Mr. and Mrs. Mon T/Sgt. and Mrs. Harold Webb " p y g 367 CHARLES TOWN, W VA tie Owens of Rupert, W..Va. and sons of _Sou~thd~wn~ yd. and SEE YOUR LOCAL FORD DEALER . . . AND BRING YOUR CAMERA TOO. - ~a,,--a~, *'-" "" "" "'* ' ~" Mrs. Marl~n Jones and children mrs. nave zsaniela pe the .................. ~. of Berryville visited at ,the home iChristmas weekend at .the home of SEE YOUR LOCAL FORD DEALER of Mr. and Mrs. Walter CHaize dur ;Mr. Arthur Webb and family. . ,, , , ........ __ , ........ ! iii i i