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February 23, 1961

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WEATHER AND Weather weather at this writing plenty snow yet to van- quite a change in the One week ago this past morning a heavy dense iay long and a very pone- air late in the evening, rain or more like a morning 25°, bril- all day and a- aoon time 50° and some disappearing. Wednesday clearing around noon 44" and in the skies becoming and some snow flurries. morning temperature and with us near the it climbed to 51°. coming and quite a load moved on and disappear- streams of water here Friday colder cloudy disagreeable day to be mist all day with evening and contin- the night and Sat and a dense fog driving showers ~0~ during the day colder Sunday a beautiful day sunskine snow moved Hawk who has been his son and family Carl Hawk of near Md. for several weeks to extend his visit perhaps until the coming of the blue :Charles Garrett was a visi- with her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Neil Ransom Ill Wilt was taken sud Tuesday with another The doctor was call home and Mr. Wilt or- go to bed. At this writ- very comfortab- in his chair. He has attacks but this one to hold on longer. Best a speedy recovery. is on the sick list OTHER By Mrs. Georgia Pearl land paid a visit to her doctor and feeling some better. Trust you will be feeling much better so take good care of yourself. Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Ashbau- gh and family of Millville were visitors Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. We the Pearls had them visit with us in i time of their loss. Within one week Mrs. Ashbaugs mother pass- ew and Mrs. Ashbaughs father al- so passed away. Mr. Garrett Sick Mr. Charles Garrett has been very sick the past week and un- der the doctors care and not able to work. He' said he doesn't notice much improvement but may have x-rays taken and perhaps will find the cause of all this. We cer- tainly hope you will soon feel bet ter and be yourself again. We really miss you Charles. Mrs. Leola Danner of Hamil- ton, Va. spent Tuesday night with her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Wilt. Mrs. Nettle Staubs was a lun- cheon guest Wednesday with her cousin Mrs. Myrtle Wilt and dau- ghters Mrs. Lavern Talton and Wanda Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt were visitors Wednesday night with the latters mother Mrs. Mar garet Ott of Murrell Hill. Mrs. Ott has been on the sick list for quite some time. The recovery seems rather shlow. Don't give up mother Ott. Spring is not too far away and when it does come I feel as though you will feel much better. For myself I am anxiously waiting for spring when a new life begins again grass becoming green, spring flowers that have been buried all winter will be peeping their way through to get sunshine. The budding of the trees is a glorious time of the year. Suffering From Tooth Mrs. Inez' Hawk who was a pa- tient in Charles Town General Hospital and had several teeth extracted is now really having quite a bit of suffering. Her den- tist seems to think a piece of Mrs. Katie Hare has returned root was left. She has been spend to her home in Paw Paw, W. Va. ing several wakeful nights. Best lafter having spent some weeks wishes Inez for relief soon. with her sister and brother-in- Letter From Friends law Mr. and Mrs. GroPer Leith. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl recent Mrs. Allen Blackford is confin- ly received a letter from their friends and also neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Heytonen of Falls Church. They were wonder- ing if the deep snow was along the Blue Ridge. Deep enough the Heytonen say. They are anxious to be up in the country and get that healthy refreshing air from the Blue Ridge. They said they really missed coming out to the country and meeting their neigh bors again. Well I feel sure I can say the snow is on the move the last few days and it has vanished very rapidly. T! By Miss Lillian Myers Fine Community Service Mr. Robert Hockensmith has done a fine community service by having his snow shovel and crew open up the road several times in the village. Our sincere thanks to him and his diligent co-work- ers. Very little damage has been done in the Junction due to the very heavy snow and large icicles. Several homes the spouting has been torn down and television wires cut by the snow sliding from the house. A porch roof col lapsed at the home of Mrs. Mary Snyder Sarra ..... Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brewer and family of Leetown were re- cent guests of her mother Mrs. Mazie Maphis. Mrs. Jesse Boyd visited her dau ghter arid son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. l Winfred Sammons and sisters !Mrs. Robert Eilertson and Miss Evelyn Huddle in Washington last week. Mr. William Miller is able to be out after having been confin- ed to his home with a severe cold. Mr. Eddie George of Washing- ton spent last week with his mo- ther Mrs. Sherman Hopper. Mrs. Frank Nichols has return ed home from the Charles Town Hospital and is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Robert James and son of Millville spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. William Miller. ed to her home by illness. Mrs. Hartzell Weller and son Steve visited his doctor in Win- chester last week for eye consul- tation. Mrs. Harry Henderson contin- ues to show marked improvement from her operation. In a few weeks she will visit her hospital in Charlottesville, Va. for a final checkup. Mrs. Clarence Wright is a pa- tient in the Charles Town Hos- pital. Her many friends hope she will soon be able to return home. Mrs. Charles Tapscott and Mrs. J. Clive Myers and daughters Mary Ellen and Suzanne spent 3unday with the latters sister and rother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. By- arly Link. Ronnie Henderson who recent- ly enlisted in the Marines is stat ioned at Camp LeJeune, N. C. is spending a furlough with his par ents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hender- son. Mr. Clay Snyder of Great Caca- pon, W. Va. spent Saturday with his brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Sam- mons and children of Washing- ton are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd. By Mrs. Elsie Hamstead Mrs. Rita Williams, R. N. who has been nursing her grand- mother Mrs. George Ambrose at Berkeley Springs, has returned home, Mrs. John Dick spent Thursday and Friday at Hicksville, Long Is land, with her husband who has been stationed there the past six week.He has been transferred to Camp Dix, N. J. awaiting a trans fer to an overseas assignment. Mrs. Fred Smith has been hos pitalized because of an infection. Mr. Bates Hammond who has been ill for about a year is a pa- tient in King Daughters Hospital. Mr; Bill K. Moore and son Billy stopped by on Wednesday to vis- it the formers parents-in-law, Mr. land Mrs. Hugh Hill. They were enroute from Harrisonburg, Va. Worship services at the Ires- to their home at Chestertown, byterian Church will be held at Md. 9 a. m. with S. S. at 10 a. m. The Mrs. Virgil Hamilton and Mrs. circle will meet at the home of Marge Sturm of Grafton, W. Va. Mrs. ttarold Buhrman Thursday visited their sister Mrs. S. C. Feb. 24th at 7:30 p. m. Heinz on Monday of last week. Film Shown To K. C. Y. F. A3/c James Smith of Langley The film "Discipleship" was Air Force Base, Md. spent the shown at the K. C. Y. F. meeting weekend at the home of his par- at Grace E. & R. Church Sunday ents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith. evening. The next film, sixth in SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r cas ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1961 7--B the series will be shown MarchMartinsburg visited the parents 19. Lenten services will be held of the former Mr. and Mrs. Newt each Wednesday at 7:30 P. M. un- Stuckey Sunday aflernoon. til Easter. Worship services will be conducted at 9:30 A. M. Sun- day with S. S. at 10:30. Steel backlogs lowest since Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stuckey of 1958 recession. I FOR THE MAN WHO WANTS EVERYTHING! Olrtll, UI-~ Dedlie mr h Fkm I~ m Fad or Chev/ D~ge IJnW prhmd right down the line with Comet, Corvalr and Faloon Now, the most finicky car buyer has two kinds of Dodges STANDARD OR COMPRCT makes a battery last a lot longer than usual. Dart is a to make him happy. Compact Dodge Lancer. Full-size YOUGETAGREATD I WITH full-size Dodge priced model for model with Ford and Dodge.Dart. They differ in size, appearance and price. Chevrolet. The compact Dodge Lancer is priced down the Otherwise, they are virtually identical. Both have a uni- line with Comet, Corvair and Falcon. Go see the cars tized, rust-proofed body. h superb ride called Torsion. that have everything. Compact Dodge Lancer. Full-size hire. And a new alternator that charges even at idle, Dodge Dart. Do it soon. At :;our nearest Dodge Dealer. i 4Έ , / I 52" Buffet and Hutch"-3 Side Chairs and Arm Chair--ChOice of Large Extension Ta]fle or Drop Leaf Table. REGULAR PRICE SALE PRICE $595.00 .00 Regular $3.95 each Now $ .22 each SALE ENDS AT 6 P. M. SATURDAY I II • Pole Lamps - Beige or Black SALE PRICE $8.22 • Floxsteel Loveseat Sofa FOAM CUSHIONS REGULAR PRICE SALE PRICE $249.95 $152.22 • 5-PC. DINETTE SETS SALE PRICE $39.22 • Pull Down Ceiling Lamps SALE PRICE $8.22 • Decorator Spinning Wheels • Ethan Allen Solid Maple Lamp Tables V&lues to $27.00 SALE PRICE SALE PRICE $12.22 $7.95 • Play Pens SALE PRICE $9.22 • SOLID CHERRY DESK 50" REGULAR PRICE SALE PRICE $125.00 $62.50 • 9'x 12' Rug Pads SALE PRICE $6.22 • Solid Cherry Dough Box End Tables REGULAR PRICE SALE PRICE $65.00 $32.76 WOOL and RAYON BLEND SIZES ARE APPROXIMATE. 2 x 3 - $ 2.95 6 x 9 - $19.95 2 x 4 - $3.95 8 x 10 - $29.95 3 x 5 - $ 6.95 9 x 12- $39.95 4 x 6 $10.95 10 x 14 - $59.95 CHOICE OF COLORS. II II I Regular Price $300.00 Sale Price $149.95 t Solid Cherry End Tables REGULAR PRICE SALE PRICE $51.50 $25.75 Solid Cherry Cocktail Tables ........ 2- REGULAR PRICE SALE PRICE $47.95 Solid Pecan Twin $23.74 Beds SALE PRICE $18.00 • Solid Beech Twin Beds REGULAR PRICE gALE PRICE $109.00 $2'9,95 • Solid Beech Full Size Beds REGULAR PRICE SALE PRICE $105.00 $29.95 • Fireplace Set 31" x 38" Screen, Andirons and Fireset. SALE PRICE $29.22 • 2-Pe. Kenmar Living Room Suite * Large Foam Cushion "Wing Chairs Foam Cushions, Nylon Cover, Zippered Choice of Colors. Cushion Covers. REGULAR PRICE SALE PRICE REGULAR PRICE SALE PRICE $79.95 $55.22 $289.95 $188.22 • Platform Rockers • 3-Pc. Solid Mahogany Bedroom Kenmar Reclining Chair, Nylon Cover. Ensemble...5 Dr. Chest, Full Size High SALE PRICE Poster Bed and Cheval Mirror. REGULAR PRICE SALE PRICE $283.90 3-Pcs. $141.95 1 $28.22 • Large Group of End Tables ½ PRICE ALL SALES CASH NO C. O. D.'s FREE DELIVERY NO PHONE CALLS O JEFFERSON COUNTY'S 213 West Washington Street FINEST FURNITURE STORE Charles Tow , W. Va. STORE HOURS:--- Wednesday . 9:00 to 12:00 Thursday - - 9:00 to 9:00 Friday . - 9:00 to 9:00 Saturday - - 9:00 to 6:00