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:THE WEATHER AND OTHER Mrs. Georgia Pearl ,~W~ther of Some Sort [morning sleet ,turning to rain ap- !]: Always the subject and some i Pearance of a rainy day take good ~ort of weather one week ago this Icare of yourself trust I will be with ~past Monday morning it was an you again. Bye for now. {|deal day wonderful sunshine all Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Larue and ~y long much colder in late even- son Ronnie and daughter Connie ~lni~. I am sure everyone enjoyed of Murrell Hill were visitors Sat- ~l, he weather Monday Tuesday mor (tling thick clouds until noon some :clearing and sunshine very cold 2night. Wednesday morning strong $.nd very cold west winds disagree :l~ble to be out doors late in even- ~lng just a~few snow flurries, Thurs ~y morning very cold at 8 a. m. :]2"~ and westerly Winds all. day. ~riday morning another cold mor ~ng 9 a very peneerating air ~leavy clouds not much chance for ray of sunNI-ring and turning cold ~r in late evening another cold ~tigl~t. Saturday morning plenty :ieoid up around the Blue Ridge i.~ome little sunshine. But mostly 'ttoudy Sunday morning sunshine ,land a very nice day. I am sure ~verYone welcomed the beautiful sunshine plenty traffic on route 9 ~raveling too and fro. Monday urday night with the latters par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt ~nd Miss Arbutus and Antionnette Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Mearle Wilt and son David were visitors Saturday night with the formers sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jen- kins of Murrell Hill. Mrs. Charles Garret= was a din her guest Wednesday with her un- cle and aunt Mr and ,Mrs. G. C. Pearl Mrs Mabel Wilt has been tak- ing care of the home while her daughter Mrs. Guilford Turner was in Charles Town General Hos pital. The Turners are receiving congratulations on a fine son born to them in Charles Town General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hawk and m~ 4. I I (Effective January 1, 1959) One Insertion 6 cts. per word---Minimum 75 cts, Additional Insertion (same copy) 5 cts. per word-- Minimum 60 cents. lassified Display (Mim. One Inch) 85c inch Card of Thanks---In Memorial--Reading Notices-- 6 cents per word--CASH--Minimum $1.00. One Phone Call---One Ad--and you reach almost Everybody in Jefferson County Old Enough to read. Mr. 1~.iz~ T,o~]fferbcam wore vi.:,Ior.~ TTeln~.n of r~_c.nr 12.;~]im~cn-~. Md. on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jun were dinner ~uests Saturday ewm ior Grove of Silver Grove. ing with Mrs. Highs brothers and Rev. Lloyd Preaches f.amily Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt. Rev. C. L. Lloyd occupied the! Mr. anti Mr:~. Herman Garret= pulpit Sunday morning at 10:30 were dinner gue.,ts Sunday with and reading from the book of the formers percents Mr. and Mrs. Mark the twenty fifth chapter Frank Garrett, of Millville. from the fourteenth to the thlr- Mrs. Mamie Russell wa.s a vJsi- tiet'h verse, subj'ect "Talents". tor Friday witl~ her brothcu" and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt and sist.ell-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Oar- Mrs. Lavern Talton were business land Hawi. viistors in Martinsburg Monday Mrs. Georgia Piper, Mrs. Izetta morning Pipet' and daughter Mrs. Pearl Mrs. Georgia Pearl and Mrs. Johnson of Murrell Hill were din Edith Garrote were visitors Thurs nor guests Wednesday with the day morning with Mr. and Mrs. form,ns daughter Mrs. Howard Bill Dickson of the Bloomery. Wilt and daughter Mrs. tavern Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrote Talton. were vistors Sunday morning with the formers brothers Mr. Paul Garrote of Murrell Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garrett and Mr. and Mrs. John Hawk were dinner guests Sunday with the for mers parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garrett of Millville. Mrs. Nettle Staubs was a dinner guest Wednesday with M'rs. ,How ard Wilt and family. Miss Sandra Talton has been absent from school several days due to a badly infected throat. Mrs ~uth Dinges and family were dinner guests Saturday with the formers mother Mrs. Moreland and daughter Patsy of Hamilton Va. Mr. and Mrs. ClaYton Talton of Hamilton, Va. were visitors Sun- day wi.th their son and family Mr. and Mrs. Charles Talton who are at the home of Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Wilt. Mr. Lacy Lanham of Pureellville was a business visitor in our village recently. Mrs. Betty Ring 'has returned home ,from Charles Town General Hospital where she was a medical patient and being treated for kid- ney stones. Mr. Mearle Wilt who has been suffering intense pain due to an in, fee=ion in both hands is feeling some better. Local Items Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oarrett were dinner guests Sunday with their aunt and uncle Mr .and Mrs. G. C. Pearl Mr. John Love of Charles Town was ,a visitor Thursday with his sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Mr. and ,Mrs. Floyd Higgs and family and Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. Mamie Russell wa:~ a visitor Sunday with Mrs. Maud Eve~hat'~ of Silver Grove. Mrs. Annie Wilt was a visitor Thursday with her daught~'r Mrs. Ida Mac Larue of Murreil I-gill. Several hikers were on the Ap- Trail hiking from Har- pers Ferry to Bluemont, Va. and spent, Saturday night at the Keyes Gap lean-to pretty cold night to be out so the hikers rel~ort. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and son Lee and daughter Cindy were visitors Friday night with the for mers parents Mr. and Mrs. Hum phrey Wilt and daughters Antion- nette and Arbu, tus. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Harris and family of Neer~sville, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Heskett and family of I.ovettsville, V'a. were visitors recently with their mother Mrs. Bessie Pearl. Mrs. Annie Wilt was a visitor with her mother Mrs. Mac Ott of Hurrell Hill. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt were dinner guests Sunday with their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Gull,ford Turner of Murrell Hill. Mr. Howard Wilt and Mr. Estel Wilt have been working the .past week at Shenandale building a fire place in ,a ranch home. Mr. Eugene Shreeves of Arling- ton, Va. motored up to the farm Wednesday and found several odd jobs to be taken care of before busy time comes along which there is always something to be done on %he farm. Rainy On Monday In closing this Monday morn- ing the news I notice some of the men folks were absent from work as the vain is coming down and they have quite ~ distance to drive to their work. EYERYBODY TAKES HOME SAVINGS! Father, Mother, Co-ed, the kids. Penney's planned that way.., theught big, bought big, priced everything to bring you J By Mrs. Elhel Buzzard Mr. and Mrs. Ro'bert Spitler of Baltimore, Md. spent Friday and !Saturday with the latters mother !Mrs. Ethel Bussard and family. i Little Danny Evarhart celebrat led his birthday the 22 of Feb. and a little party was given for him by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart. Several of his cousins and playmates came in and also helped to celebrate the occasion. ..~::~ ~.'" :: , THRIFT PRICED N'f LON SHEERS Each 8 to 11 The price is low, but the quality's high. Dress sheers with re- inforced heels and toes for extra wear. Plain. ,t t MENS LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS \ ~.00 WF,, little or no - Foulards - University - JAC Shirts -- I S M L ~ sport shirts. ~~~< LITTLE OR NO [i IRON FLORAL COTTON. i)USTERS' , ,oo I If you 10st I Our gay dusters are as [ F0W' 0 ea.:o perky as a Spring flow- er. They're made of [ .... _.h .............. ii:iiii flower printed cotton ] BARGAIN BUY that"s easy to care for. I MEN'S UNDERWEAR You'll want several at | I CREW NECK this low price. Sizes 12I T. SHIRTS 2/$1.oo to 42. ] KNiT BRIEFS 2/88c BOY'S BRIEFS 3"/$1.00 ADJUSTABLE IRONING BOARDS All Metal -Adjusts Au- tomatically to Correct Height. Perforated for Coolness{! t 6 WHEELBARROW LOADS OF BARGAIN BUYS IN PENNEY'S BASEMENT. Ridiculously Low Priced Odds and Ends of WINTER GOODS REDUCED to Clear. Items For Men, Women, Boys, Girls, Infants. Come in and fun searching for your size. Representing the Hartford Fire SHOP PENNEY'S--YOU'LL LIVE BETTER, YOU'LL SAVE! Insurance Company ~([l c-.}',l]~;'13i ~ W('l'O .:crvcK]. Mr and Mrs. Edgar Everhart, ]Mr. 'Cecil Everhart, Mrs. Maude Everhart were visitors on Satur- i day with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph t?~idgeway in Brunswick, Md. They were called there because of the death of Mr. Bud I~idgeway. The Itidgeways lost their other son Jimmy in an airplane cra.~h cn June 1957. The family had two :;ons. Mrs. Ridgeway is the niece of Mrs. Maude Everhart. MI~-. Ethel Buzard, Mrs. Leone Ever- hart and Mrs. Maude Everhart attended the funeral on Sunday at the Methodist Church in Brun:- wick. Mrs. Maude Everhart, Mrs. L-- one Staubs and Mrs. Ethel Buzz- ard were callers on Sunday even- ing with Mr. and Mrs. Erman Br~eden in Neersville, Va. Mrs. ttazel Staubs and her eh!ld ten, Ruby, Linda, Sandra and Randall and Darlene Everhart and Miss Juanita Co[le attended a Valentine Party on Wednesday night at the home of Miss Dott!e Shuster in Berryville, Va. Every.- one had a wonderful time. Mr. and Mrs. Max Co,'bin and son of Martinsburg were the Sun- day evening visitors with the tat- ters mother and family Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs were shoppers in Brunswick, Md on Monday evening. Little Sandra Staubs spent Sun- day night with her grandmother Mrs. Maude Everhart. :. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son Keith of Harpers Ferry COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE I hereby certify that I have be- fore me for settlement the ac- counts of ,the following fiduciaries Wilbert Wagaman, admr. of Mary Louise Wagaman. Ethel M. Lops, exr. of Cl'ay W Leps. Myrtle Purr, admr. of Raymond FhJrr. Thos. W. Step=co, admr. of Mary Louise Cookus. Grace E. Ebersole, Ext. of Guy Ebersole. F. E. Brenneman and Old Nat- ional Bank of Martinsburg execu- tors of Prank B. Robinson. L. C. BRISCOE Commisioner of Accounts NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER IN CHANCERY J A. Prather, Plain, tiff, vs Cor- biLL & Thompson, Inc., a corpora- tion, Charles Town Racing Assoc- iation, Inc., a corporation, Bester- Long Inc., a corporation, Amos C. Beer, The Via Co., Inc., a corporal ion, Buckley-Lages Inc., a corpor- ation, Lutherville Supply and Equipment Co., a corporation, John K. Mallard, Conimunity Oil Co., a corporation, Miller Chemi- cal Corp., a corporation, John L Viands, Holmes E. Dusing, Noland Co., a corporation, Robert Burch. To the parties in .the above-s~y led suit and all creditors of said Charles Town l~cing Association, Inc., a corporation, including those holding liens by judgement or otherwise on its real estate or any part thereof. Pursuant to Decree of the Cir- cui,t Court of Jefferson County West Virginia, entered on the 23rd day of January, 1959, in the a- bove styled cause therein pending to audit the debts and :to deter- mine their priorities. Said Commissioner to report as follows: Firs:t: The descNption by metes and bounds of the real estate own ed by Charles Town Racing Assoc iation, Inc., a corporation, loca- ted in Jefferson Coun,ty, West Vu ginia. Second: All liens on the real es Late or .any part thereof of the Charles" Town Racing Association Inc., the holders of such liens, the amount due to each of ,the holders thereof, and the priori,ties t~here- of. Third: And such other matters as any party in interest may re- quire, 0he same being pertinent or such other ms,=terN as said Com missioner himself may deem per- Uinent whether so requested or not. You are hereby required to ]ares ent your claims to the undersign ed for adjudication aq~ his office in the Citizens Office Building, Char los Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, on or before ,the 10th day of April, 1959, otherwise you may be excluded by law from all bene- fits of said property. Given under my hand this 16tln day of February, 1959. PRANK J. BECKW'ITH Commissioner in Chancery ~eb. 19-3T- YOURS dr- E. L. McDOHALB, JR., AGENCY INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mason Building Phone 735 , Charles Town, W. Va. II I were i.h,- P,'d]~da;, "visi~ar; v,,:lh l the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart and sons Jer~y and Charles. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and children of Middleway were ~Arednesday evening visitors with the latters parents Mz'. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers sad family. Spelling Winners To Get Championship Cup From Local Kiwanis Club The Charles Town Kiwanis Club will provide a championship Lov- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rA~r,,'r~,~ THURSDAY, FEBRU3 early March. The cups will be pro- vided through the Vocational Guid anee Committee as part of its pro gram toward awarding scholar- ~bAp. Pupils who are runner-ups or second place winners will receive :sterling silver medals provided by the Powhatan Brass and Iron Company of Ransom Other a- wards are being offered by a num- ber of well-wishers and persons who are anxious to encourage pu- ,pils to have a wider interest in spelling. Certificates will be presented to school to enter one each twenty -five enrolled in a grade. the county, except ing the contests. All contests are sored by the School Principal~......~ ~ High court reaffirras wife's testimony. Red China gradually :vie= ties. British interests to ing Cup t:o each of the Spellingeach contestant indicating that refinery. Winners in the Jefferson County he represented his school in the H~ S peling Contests to be held in contest The rules permit each READ T This year, more than 2 million members of Amer- ica's 4-it Clubs are sharing in activities that will help make them happy and valuable citizens tomorrow. We salute the members of 4-H every- where -- especially you forward-looking boys and girls of our own community. Our bank is always glad to cooperate with you in every possible way. FEB. 28-MARCH 7 IS NATIONAL 4-H CLUB WEEK 1 WE PAY 3% INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS Across From The Court House A Community Corner Stone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ( /i ) Model DM-13 Combination * Cold Injector $yetom .foods and beverages . . keeps them better Twin porcelain vegetable' crispers Cheese and butt~? compartment Handy egg storage il~ Concealed hinge lets ope'n 90 devotees even skle is flu~' agllinst Per Westi~ Telephone 424 OPEN Every North George Street Charles ToW , Friday Night---CLOSED Saturday