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January 22, 1959

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I | I ..... ," ARY! 4t] ,, ' I Ste It, c .......... 1 0-0 iltl:HlHDOlfl The devotionals were closed with a song "Brighten The Cot- d [[[~ [' ]l ~ fll~' ' ]Shields, g .......... 0 0-0 ofPraye w, il!~l~P~t5s9 JUNCTION I,H I lit +n ............ + 0o at r A short business meeting was ]McCauley, g ........0 0-1 field after which Mrs. Blair Camp bell gave a most interesting talk I Lewis, g ............ 0 0-0 is urged to By Miss Lillian Myers on the care and treatment of tu- The quota.tions of The Blue Rid] Hill, g .............. 0 0-0 ------------------ berculosis. Delicious refreshments ge Livestock Sales at Charles] .... ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Dr. and Mrs. John Potter of Los were served by the hostesses. Town Monday, Jan. 19, 1959. THE STRIDER CO, LONIAL HOME Town - 162 Angeles, California are the parents of a son which was born Thursday night. Mrs. Potter is the former Miss Sara Hendricks, daughter of the late Daniel Hendricks and 'Mrs. J. Clive Myers. P. T. A. Meeting The regular monthly meeting of the Junction Parent Teachers As- sociation was held at the school house on Tuesday, January 13th. The meeting was opened by the president Mrs. Blair Campbell with a song "I Need Jesus", scrip- ture was taken from Luke 7th chapter 7-11 verses followed by The Lords Prayer. Are Pleased To Announce Our As Exclusive Representa- The NEW D BY DOCTORS FOR RELIEF OF ASTHMA, SINUS, AND ALLERGIES . . $69.95 Just plug In; It's portablel A remarkable new "Puff- tron" 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. It's better fhan a kitchen exhaust/an. GOCTORS AND USERS SAY ABOUT PUR|TRON| expectations."First time in 13 years my son has slept Zeles for a With his mouth clo~ed.., not flghtinR to (Penn- breathe, No sore throat, no cracked lips. To the inventor and manufacturer, my thanks." "Tried ~o far only one day and found it ~,~rve~us relief. ThanksW "I get ~l~b balP fever an& that's why l Imught Puritron. Believe me it' ie ~wo~n'dQr~ ful. Makes me breathe easier.., and sleep. (A~ ~stie~.laialu above were Im.iollci~d~ SMITH AND STRIDER CHARLES TOWN, 18.6t. W. VA. JANUARY 12 TO 31st, Inc. I PLUS-..TWO BAR.!AIN TABLES 50 Cents $1.00 FULL OF BIG BARGAINS) TIME TO GET SOME of the and BEST BARGAINS Ever Offered in Our Store. at_ CASH SALES -- NO RETURNS. ===--,TQWARD GREATER VICTORIES ------ CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. \ Miss Camilla Wiltshire spent the weekend her niece and ne- phew the Rev. and Mrs. Dargan Lucas in Waynesboro, Va. Mr. and Mrs. George Weagley, Miss Nancy Weagley, Mr. James Baker and Mr. Glenn Olissinger of Hagerstown, Md. were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Miller and daughter Miss Ruth Miller. Miss Nannie Fleming spent last week with Mrs. Rena Melton in Charles Town Mr. Clifton Graves is on t~he sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Seal spent Sunday with her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Henry in Ransom Mrs. Grover Leith has been con- fined to her home with an attack of flu. My Miss Margaret Houser Mrs. Roy Best and a friend of Ma~tinsburg visited Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzel and Mrs. Edgar Mills and daughter on Wednesday and ,also visited Mr. and Mrs. Russell. Best. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eaton and family of Silver Spring, Md. were Sunday guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eaton and dau- gh,ters. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H,ill and daughters of Winches,ter, Va. were the weekend guests of .his paren.ts Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hill and bro- ther and sister-in-law Mr. and~ Mrs. C. J. Hill. Receipts of hogs, cattle and cal yes moderate with a god demand for all lives`lock offered. Feature of sale was choice heif- ers top $26.90; prime veal top $41. 25. Choice butcher steers none; good butcher steers 25.50 ~o 27.00; 'plain to medium steers 22.00 .to 25.00; choice butcher heifers 26.- O0 to 26.90; good butcher heifers 22.50 to 25.50; plain to medium heifers 17.00 to 21.50; good bullse 24.50 to 25.75; plain to medium bulls 22.00 to 24.00; commercial :cows 20.00 to 20.75; utility cows ] 16.50 to 19.50; canners and cutters 18.25 down; cows by the head up to 207.00; stocker and feeder steem up to 31,75; stock heifers and bulls by the head up to 150.00; Choice to prime calves 37.00 to 41.25; good butcher calves 32.00 to 36.00; medium butcher calves 26.00 to 31.00; thin calves 25.00 down; heavy calves 22.00 ,to 34.00; Lambs good 20.00 to 21.20; lambs medium 16.00 'to 19.00; bu,t- oher ewes 5.00 :to 9.00; stock ewes per head none; Good butcher hogs 18.50 to 19.00 medium butcher hogs 18.00 to 18.40; heavy butcher hogs 17.00 to 18.00; butcher sows 14.00 to 18.00; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs 18.00 to 19.00; shoats per hundred 21.50 down; pigs per head up to 10.50; heavy boars 8.90 to 10.00; stags up to 13.75; sows and pigs none; stock boars 12.00 to 17.50. Miscellaneous sales start 11:00 A. M.-IAvestock sales 1:30 p. m. each Monday. scrappy rebounding of ~he ho.~ :Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan of quint and fell behind ,by 12 points Bolivar were Sunday guests of in the opening stanza when ,they Mrs. Annie Loudan and Mr. and ~ netted only one field goal. Mrs. Harold Hrding and son. t Pete Peterson and Charlie Moler 'Miss Alma Lee Knot~t o Martin's hi~t on back-to-'back shots .for the burg was a weekend guest of her Charles Town squad as the second parents Mr. and Mrs. Churles lperiod opened but the hot-shoot- Knott and son and their house ling Martinsburg five came back guest Mrs. Florence Runion. Iwit~h three straight buckets by Mrs. Ru,th Bond is vis}ting ,her Faircloth, Jimmy Burris and Far- son-in-law and daughter Mr. and met to move ahead 21-7. Goals by Mrs. Harry Hammond and child- ren in Shepherds,town. Gerald Jamlson who was called to Vhe Army is stationed a~ Fort Knox, Ky. brtbsburg Junior High Tops Chas. Town Junior Cagers 38-12 The Ma~insburg Junior High School cagers treated a capacity crowd 'with a sizzling first-half shooting exhibition ~o wallop the Charles Town Junior High cagers, 38-12 at Martinsburg last Thurs- day night. Coach Nelson :Robinson's char- ges led by the sharpshooting of Oary Farmer. Frankie LloYd and. Kenny Faircloth. turned in a fine: showing by blasting the ne~s for" 17 field goals to emerge with their first victory af,ter four setbacks. The Jefferson counians; under the capable handling of Coach Paul Barr and .assistan.t Donald Mickey were un, able to match the Lloyd, Farmer and Johnny Reuter ]extended the lead to 16 poin,ts by half time. Farmer paced Martinsburg's at- tack with 14. Lloyd and Faircloth each chipped in with eight Moler led Charles Town with four. The boxscore: Charles Town FG F Pts. Peterson, f .......... 1 0-2 2 Dailey, f ............ 0 0-0 0 Whi,tmore, f ........ 0 0-0 0 Strider, f ............ 0 0-0 0 Miller, f ............ 1 0-0 2 Moler, c ............ 1 2-5 4 Lowery, g ............ 1 0-0 2 Ebersole, g .......... 1 0-0 2 No}and, g ........... 0 0-I 0 Marcus, g ............ 0 0-0 0 Wilt, g .............. 0 0-1 0 Smi,~h, g ............ 0 0-0 0 Shu*tts, g ............ 0 0-1 0 Totals ...........5 2-10 12 M~rtinsburg FG F Pts. Lloyd, f ............. 5~0-0 i Farmer f ............ 4-6 1 PJeu, ter, 'f . .. '. ....... ; 1 0-0 Files. f., ........ ...... 0 0-0 0 Sullivan, f ............ 0 0-1 0 Paircloth, c .......... 4 0-2 8 Corbin, c ............ 0' 0-0 0 PATIENT NO ~al~ ARTHRITIS Iff IN 1959. Doctor, eatimat ?0% o ~flV~V 2O AND 35 .~ MARCH OF I)IME$ IIqJINDS BATTILI AIWHRmS PLUS I~1.110... BIRTH I~:Et'lr$..,VIl~$ DISEASES. --SPONSORED BY-- I PHONE 162 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. \ NO SPECIAL WIRING NECESSARY - I/0V CHILD SAFE MAGNETIC DOOR AUTOMATICALLY ADJUST TO DRYING LOAD. NO VENTING REQUIRED. LIST $28.9.95 COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC TWO SPEEDS FAMOUS NON- CLOG. GING FILTER FLO HUGE 10-LB. CAPACITY. LIST $339.95 WITH TRADE $ GE FILTER FLO WASHER HUGE 10-LB. CAPACITY ALL PORCELAIN WASH BASKET WATER SAVER CONTROL }.95 I Ill fir IIlllllllll I I II GE FULLY AUTOMATIC WASHER ACTIVATOR WASHING WATER TEMPERA. TURE SELECTOR FREE---5-YR. WARRANTY $ ,95 II II GE HIGH SPEED DRYER NO VENTING REQUIREI) 10-LB. CAPACITY SPECIAL FLUFF SE ING Ill I I I III II II d II I I I I II III I II I I _ :2[ AUTOMATIC OVEN TIMER HUGE MASTER OVEN REMOVABLE LIFT OFF DOOR NO DRIP COOK TOP LIST $259.95 HUGT 11 CU. FT. CAPACITY NON BREAKABLE ALUMINUM DOOR SHELVES MAGNETIC SAFETY DOOR TWIN CRISPERS WITH TRADE WITH TRADE Phone 202 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va.