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0P JEFFERSON FARMER3 ADVOCATE :i FEBRUARY 19, 1959 .2--C AND OTIIER By Mrs. Georgia I)earl sort of weather friends that from here they are al- what sort of in around ~eek ago this snow and all day and westerly weather. with clear evening high all night bright beam- more like morning very II during the Friday about all day. could only s. Saturday mot rain clearing colder. clouds early very nice day 9 was very the day. This a glorious am wri,ting through window and so ng the beautiful COuld spend hasten on. now. Mrs. Staubs a,t the home and dau- night for our was president and opened by Christian in prayer by and next a .~t by Mrs. Gar rett. Scripture lesson read by Mrs. Edith Garrett taken from the 5th chapter of Book of James after which Mr. Humphrey Wilt also read the first eight verses of the first chapter the Book of Acts and gave us a wonderful lesson from the eighth verse, poems were read Mrs. Runion poem entitled the Old Bible. Annie Wilt; Our Thoughts Are Thinking, Mrs. Essie Lancas- ter; God's Will Is Thine, Mrs. Lil- lian Garrett; George Washington, Mrs. Georgia Pearl read two poems one entitled The Candles of the old year and another one of Geo- rge Was'hington. He Leadeth Me closing hymn, Wonderful words of life and the Lords Prayer. The roll was called by the secretary, Mrs. Annie Wilt. Those present Mrs. Georgia Pearl, Mrs. Nina Runion, Lillian Garrett, Annie Wilt, Ruth Manuel, Josephine Mercer, Edith Garrett, Essie Lancaster and Car- roll Lancaster, Georgia Staubs, Reba Staubs, Miss Antionnette and Arbutus Wilt, Mr. John Mer- cer, Perry Lancaster, Mr. John Runion, Charles Oarret't. Herman Garrett and Mr. Humphrey Wilt. Our next meeting the second Tues day of March will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garrett. Refreshments consisting of cocoa, cake. angel food cake, mints and potato chips and coffee were served by the hostess and everyone enjoyed a full evening of fellowship. Be very glad to have you attend one of our meetings. Its a great place to spend the ev- ening. Other Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilt and two sons of Murrell Hill were visi- tors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt. Rev. C. W. Flood filled his reg- WASHING ON'S TI BY B. 15 15 Tax and Retreadable Trade-In eral Tax and Retreadable Trade-In TOASTER--Reg. $14.95 Now $12.95 WAFFLE IRON and GRILL-- Reg. $19.95--Now Only $14.95 [ular appomtmc-nt Su~day morning i at eleven a. m. for his message. He iread the 17th chapter of St. Ma- tthew and brought out a very in- teresting message. On Sunday, Feb. 22 at 10:30 District Supt. Ralph Warner will bring a message and following will be quarterly conference. Mrs. Annie Wilt and Mrs. Rose- bud McDaniels and daughter Shel- ia were visi,tors Thursday with tile formers daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Larue of Murrell Hill. The folks found Mrs. Larue very sick. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl were visitors Tuesday with the latters brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Love of near Charles Town. The hostess served a fried chicken supper to the guests. Mrs. Myrtle Wilt, Mrs. tavern Talton and Mrs. Betty Harding and Mrs. Pearl Johnston wero bus- iness visitors in Brunswick, Md. Friday. Mrs. Edith Garrett and daugh- ter Mrs. Deloris Jenkins and dau- ghters Brenda and Wanda and cd aL Doubleday ,~t Berz'~will~*, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Talton of Hamilton, Va. were visitors Tues- day morning with Mr .and Mrs. Howard Wilt and family. Mr. and Mrs, Mearle Wilt and son David were dinner guests Sun day with Mrs. Deloris Jenkins and family Mrs. Ruth Dinges was a visitor Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Dare of Lovettsville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Heskett and family of Lovettsville, Va. were din ner guests Sunday with the latters mother Mrs, Bessie Pearl. S~turday Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and son Lee and daughter Cindy Lou of Murrell Hilt were visitors Sat urday evening with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and daughters Antionnette and Arbutus. Lee spent the night the grandparents and attend ed Sunday School on Sunday mor ning. We were proud to have Lee with us in our class. You are al- ways welcome for you are a fine scholar. \ .~Dending a few~ay.~ wilt] hi~ f:tm ily at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt where his family is staying. He has not been feeling so well these last couple days and will return to the University for treatment. Mr. Howard Wilt and Mr. Estel Wilt were business viistors in Mar- tinsburg Friday. Mr .and Mrs. Charles Wilt and little son Duane have returned home after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ports and family of Hamilton, Va. Mr. and Mrs. William Dinges and family motored to Front Roy- al, Va. Saturday evening and were viistors with the formers mother Mrs. William Dinges Sr. Fairchild Furloughs Another 250 Because Of Production Drop son Curtis were dinner guests Thursday with the formers sister Mrs. Lillian Garrett. Mr. and Mrs. John Runion were visitors recsntly with their daugh- ter Mrs. Alma Hardy. Mr. Guilford Turner of Murrell Hill was a business visitor Satur- day morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt. Mrs. George Bagent of the Pow- er Plant were visitors Sunday with Ylr. and Mrs. John Runion and family at their home. Mrs. Inez Hawk was a dinner guest Wednesday with her aunt Mrs. Herman Garrett. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rickles and daughter Norma Jean of Charles Town were visitors recently with Mr. and Mrs. Edd Tumblin of James H. Carmichael, president near Millville were visitors Wed- of Fairchild Engine and Airplane nesday evening ,with Mr. and Mrs. Corp., lr~ a statement last week John Runion and family, announced that approximately 250 persons had to be laid off by the Mr. John McDonald and sister company last weekend. He explain Reva McDonald and Mrs. Ida ed the personnel cutback was re- Hardy of Martim~burg w~we visi- quired due to reduction in the tots Saturday with the latters son rate of F-27's. and family Mr. and ,Mrs. Charles Carmichael said: Hardy. Charles who has been a medical patient for quite some "Consistent with our earlier time in Newton D. Baker hospital ;tared policy of announcing any is home with his family and isn't developments at Fairchild which showing much improvement, would have an impact upon the Mrs. Ellis Edwards of Water- Hagerstown community, we re- gretfully find it necessary to an- ford, Va., was a visitor Saturday nounce a cut back in employment evening witch Mrs. Alma Hardy of approximately 250 persons. Lay and family, off notices are being given affect- Mr. Leroy and Randolph Ridge ed personnel this weekend. way were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and daugh- "Consistent with accepted busi- ters An, tionnette and Arbutus. ness practice, we have no alter- Miss Mammie Russell was a visl n~tlve but to review the employ- tor recently with Mr. and Mrs. ment complement in terms of con Howard Wil,t .and family. Mr. John Runion Jr. of Front Royal, Va. was a visitor recently with his parents Mr .and Mrs. Iohn Runion and family. Mr. Charles Talton who is a nedical patient at Georgetown Un iversity, Washington, D. C. is the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and daughters An tionnette and Arbutus. Mr. and Mrs. William Dinges and family were dinner guests Sat urday with the latters mother Mrs. Moreland of Hamilton, Va. Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Lloyd were visitors Priday night with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrebt at their home. Mrs. Lucille Piper is now employ A BIG l t tracts in being and reduce antici- pated exponse levels in both direct and indirect categories incidental- ly including personnel at the of- ricer'level, to meet existing require ments. "These studies indica,te that em ployment requirements unless ad- ditional sales are made may re- quire further lay-offs from time to time through the balance of the year. "Management realizes that the present lay-off will have its upon the community as well as upon the individuals affected. Ev- ery effm is being made to obtain new business which will minimize ,the need for additional lay-offs and permit, as soon as possible, a rebuilding of employment. "Pending further sales, it has been considered necessary to re- duce the F-27 production rate from five to four a month for the :balance of the year. This course is being taken to avoid a sharper readjustment later in the year which could have a more signifi- cant effect upon employment. This schedule change is responsib- le for the bulk of the present re- duction in force but will extend F-27 production. "Additional orders for the F-27 or other business now being ear- nestly sought will, of course chart ge the employment picture." NOTICE TO CREDITORS. , Dormyer Regular $31.95 Flow Only SUNBEAM--Regular $49.95 How Only SUNBEAM--Regular $19.95 Now Only DOMINION and How Only LID--$19.g5 To the Creditors and Benefic- iaries of 'the Estate of C. Edward Roper. All persons having claims a- gainst the estate of the said Ed- ward Roper deceased, whetl~er due ,or not, are notified to exhibit the i same with vouchers thereof, le- gally verified to the undersigned, at his office in Charles Town, West Virginia,on or before ,the 12th day of August, 1959; otherwise they may, by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All bene- ficiaries of Said estate are notified to be present on said date to pro- tect their interests. Given under my hand this 5th day of February, 1959. T. W. STEPTOE Commissioner of Accounts County of Jefferson Charles To~vn, W. Va. Feb. 12-3T NO HuNTING, NO TRESPASS- [NG SIGNS For Sale at the office of the Spirit of Sefferson-Advocate on North George Street, Charles Town. Buy your needs today. Oct. 2- tf.-----nc 14" Brush Head--Reg. $2.49 - NOW ONLY $1.39 670x 15 RECAP TIRES--Reg. $14.95--Now For Only - - (Retreadable Tire and Fed, Excise Tax) 10% OFF ON ALL BICYCLES -- 25% 15% OFF ONALL FISHING TACKLE -- 10% 10% OFF ON ALL BICYCLE OFF ON OFF ON ALL TOYS ALL CAR WAXES ACCESSORIES $9.88 A LASTING TESTAMENT TO YOUR DEVOTION- ^ Rock of Agee Memorial! The whole purpo of memo- tial art hi to commemorate Many, Many More Extra-Special Values for this the personality and aceom- plishment of an individual BIG TWO- DAY BARGAIN SALES EVENT .... Be or family. Rock of Age.' skilled design staff translat Sure to Visit Our Store Both Days for Money- th~acompliahment~beautiful memorial desigmkint There is no finer Saving Buys. You'll Find Many way tozhowyour ] devotion to s lowd one, Your Itock of ~qleJ Aethorlxtd Ooele~ t West Washington Street O t | Charles Town, W. Va. MARTINSBURG GRANITE WORKS FLOYD C. ODOM, Mgr. 109 West John Street Martinsburg, W. Va. l~,ock d A/,ea monumnm ot marke~. 1~ idemifi~ all I~0~ of All~ monume~ No | ()PEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TILL 9:00 CHARLES TOWN 20 and SATURDAY, Phone. Orders -- No Layaways -- All Sales Final! I IIII I I III Friday at 9 A. M.--26 of These on Sale 18 MILK 1 Dinner Plales----I Cdps 4 Snifters--4 l)esert Dishe Sugar Bowl--Cream Pitcher One Set Per Customer--Adults Only. I i I I I li,l~ Friday 'at 2 P. M.-.While They Last 240 Regular 39c Towels 20 x 40 Baih Size As,, orted Coh)rs. TOWELS LIMIT 3 to a Customer--Adults (}nly. II I II IIIII II I REASURE HUNT! ODDS AND ENDS ON SALE AT RIDICULOUS PRICES! HUMBER OHE Men's White Socks that were 6 )c-Men'q Bow Ties that were $1.00-Men's Four-in-Hand Ties that were S1.00-In- fants Wool Mittens that were. 59c-Only 1 Man's l|at that was $1.79-Children's Sweat Sox that were 39c-These and Other Odds and Ends At Only ........................ II HUHBER TWO i L Women's Wool Gh)ves that were to $1.19-(' " " 's Wool Gloves and Mittens that were to 98c - Men's were $1.00 and $1.50 - Plastic Silverware Trays thai were 79c-- Boy's Union Suits that,, were $1.2.)--Men s and Boy's Base- ball Caps that were 79c and 98c ...................... I TREASURE HUMBER Boy's Long Sleeve Po.lo Shirts that were $1.19---Infanis Slipper Sox that were $1.49--Infants Romper Suits that were to $1.98--Ladies $1.50 Strapless Bras---Ladies Blouses that were to $2.98--Ladies $1.98 Winter HatS--Tot Winter Pa- jamas that were 98c and $1.19--These and Other hems At Ill l Men's $2.69 Covert Work Pants--Boy's $1.98 Dress Shirts-- Boy's $1.98 Flannel Shirts--Men's Dress Shirts were to $2.98--Ladies $1.98 Plastic Rainc )ats---Table Ciolhs thai were $1.98 and $2.98---$1.98 Broadh)om Throw Rugs--Girls Sweaters that were to $2.98---Men's and Boy's Sleeveless Sweaters to $2.98 ...................................... Friday Night Special--- On Sale at 7 P. M. 240 PAIR HYLOH First Quality Only 51- 15 with Seams New Spring Shades. Box of .............. Limit 3 to a Customer--Adults I Ouly. Saturday at 9 A. M.---240 Pair Famous "Boss" Brand Striped Canvas Back Knitted Cuffs ........ Limit 3 to a Customer--Adults Only. ONE OF A K'HI) Men's Wool Winter Jacket Size 40-.Was $14.98 - $5.00 Men's Tan Suede Jacket, Size 42 - Was $11.98 - - $5,00 Boy's Wool Tweed Sport Coat, Size 7 - Was $9.98 - $5.00 Little Boy's Sport Coat, Size 6 - Was $5.98 - - $3.00 Boy's All Weather Trench Coat, Size 12 - Was $10.98 $3.00 Ladies All Wool Winter Coat, Re& Size 14, was $17.98 $5.00 Ladies Grey Bolta-Flex Storm Coat, S ze 14 - Was $16.98 $5.00 FREE SHOPPING BAGS FOR II ALL OUR CUSTOMERS!