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.I l1 mjl ii imul i "Yes, my education is paid for[" It pays to start saving early for your youngsters' college education. We will welcome your bank savings =ccount. Why not op.en it soon? TOWN Across From The Court House A Community Corner Stone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE-- CORPORATION u n Is " [Baltimore and Mrs. M. A. Garrott S. C. Gr~vestde services were con ]~ ~ U l J ]~ I[] [Charles Town and seven grand- duoted Wednesday a.t noon in .......... l children. His first wife Hattie Blx Manchester Reformed Cemetery. m ~ T | ~ L| [ler Ronemous, a native of Man- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross, Mrs. | L | | U ~ I c2~ester, Md. died eight years ago. Qranville Mercer, Mr. Robert .... ) Mr Ronemous was a member Cross Jr., Mrs. Virginia Buracker By Miss Lillian Myers )of the First Bret'hern Church Ha- and Mr; Donald Cross attended ]gerstown a member of American the funeral of Mr. Crosses step- Walter R. Ronemus ]Refrigeration Society Kiwanisfather Mr. Walter Ronemous Mr. Walter R. RonemUs 74 ]Club Of Charleston. Life member which held at Manchester, t five wm last weanesaay Charleston, S. C. died at his i~ome ] of the Geographic Socie y, S r "" ..... " -- Mi s J SUnday, March 8. He was the bus ]Beaver of the Boy Scouts of Am- _,~ars. ~oeu l*apscov~,. ~: . band of Mabel Bell Cross Rone-lerica mem, ber of the American ~.l!ve ~zyel~ anu aasUgn~e~u~rY ' . . ~:iJen aria ~uzanne pen y tnous, Charleston and was a son I Mechamcal Engineers Y. M. C. A ............. r "h r Of the late Charles M. and Alice [an .active member ofthe L A w~m vnei.a~ers sister anuv o~J e Shader Ronemous of Jefferson ICandner Lodge 36 A F and ~," M" m-law ~r. Chairs. Joan ~anaoi- ! County I ........ " ^- _ . " "pn m ~memonv, va. ,. ." . I ann 'nan acmeve~ ~ne ~zna oegree, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ellis of Mar ~eslaes his wife he is survived [Scottish Rite, noble of Omar Tern tinsburg and Mrs Janet Gregory bY Vwo sons, V. B. Ronemous, and [ple. Services were held Monday ev and daughter Donna Lee visited J, C. Ronemous, Charleston, S. C. [cuing March 9 at the J. Henry Mr and-Mrs Eddie Breeden Sun two sister, Miss Fay Ronemous, Stuher Funera,l home Chariest.on, day.- "' Mrs. R~ymondVirts avid dRugh- __ __ ter Mrs. waarles mays an(l aaugn- mmm ~ ik~ ~rmml mmmlh i[mmm~b ter Miss Mary Hood Mays of Char ~mm m~~~ lesTown were dinner guests of mm-,1, w ww Miss" Lillian Myers Sunday even- ....... ing. ' Mrs. Eddie ]~reeden and Mrs. CORSAGES, POTTED PLANTS Homer Ferrell ,who have been sol- ) ici~ting for the Red Cross have col CUT FLOWERS lected ,58.85. OF ALL KINDS FOR EASTER! J. D. WATTERS CO., Prop. Opposite FORD Garage PHONE 758 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. (ORDER NOW--DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED) OF BALTIMORE, MD. Guarantees To FIT YOU or Give Your Money Back. WE HAVE ALL" KINDS OF MATERIAL. COME IN and Get Fitted Up For A SUIT M A D E in the STYLE You Want, and the MATERIAL You Want, and Look the BEST You Ever Did in A Suit. SALESMEN--- 116 South Charles Street PHONE 623-R CHARLES TOWN, W.' VA. Friends here of Dr. C. E. Brandt .attended ,the evangelistic services which he conducted in the Char- les Town Methodist Church last week. Dr. Brandt was a former I pastor of the Junction Methodist Church and now resides in Rom- hey, W. Va. Berryviile-Clarke County Jaycees To Have Bosses Night The Berryville-Clarke County Jaycees will hold their third an- nual D. S. A. Bosses Night Ban- quet at the Lee-Jackson Motel Res ,tauran'~ on Friday evening, April 3. This occasion is the highl~lgh,t of *the year's activity of the Jaycees in Clarke County when they recog nize Fne Outstanding Young Man and t~e Outstanding Boss of a Jaycee member. Also, stmcial a- wards ,are given in recognition of l the Outs'funding Young Farmer in Clarke County along wi,th the Out standing Male Athlete at ,the Clarke Co.unty High School. Invitations have been issued to Rhae Adams, President of Virgin- 1~ Jaycees, Virginia Beach; Dan Quick, In,ternational Director, Vlr glnia Jaycees, ,from St~tunton; Charlie Venuto, National l~ffector iof Virginia Jaycees, ~from Arling- ,.ton; Roy williams, Vice-President Virginia Jaycees, Winchester; and the Honorable Leland Bronds~a- ter, l~ayor of the Tow~ of Berry- ville. Also included will be the Vice-President elect of Region IV Virginia Jaycees (~f which Berry- rifle and Clarke County is a part. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDA~ , - " I II I THE WEATHER AND OTHER IT HILL Mrs. Annie Wilt was a visitor of her sister Mrs. Myrtle Wilt and family in Charles Town cn Friday morning. She lound her and two sons Larry and Sterling and dau- ghter Doris sick with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Rickel and daughter Norton Jean of ~anson, Mr. and Mr';. Elmer LaRue, dau- ghter Connie and son Lonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt, daughter Cindy "and son Lee of Mannings were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wil.t and dau ghters Arbutus and Antionette. Mrs. Annie Wilt was a visitor of her son Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilt and daughter Patsy of" Charles Town on Friday evening. Mrs. Annie Wilt was a visitor of Mrs. Pauline ~,~ilt on Wednesday. Mrs. Annie Wilt received an an- nouncement from a friend Spc. and Mrs. Wilton Henry saying they were the proud parents of a baby boy born Feb. 23. Wilton is stationed in France. Congratulat- ion.s to the grand parents Mr. and Mrs. John Henry of Summit Point. Changeable VVeather We have had a very changeable week of weather, wind, showers, snow, some sunshine. One week last Monday heavy clouds looked as though we would see snow corn ing down just any time but strong winds in late evening continuing through the night. Tuesday morn- lag cloudy with clearing about 10 a. m. and mostly sunshine. The rest of the day. Wednesday morn- ing clouded skies very disagree- able and some wind all day appear ance of snow and sure enough we had snow. Thursday morning just loked as though winter was turn- ing back a nice white carpet cov- ered the earth. The shrubbery was very decorative and the little pines and cedar just across the way along Blue Ridge were real little Christmas trees but by evening the beautiful decorations had van ished away and air was chilly. Friday morning bright sunshine all day long. Saturday almost spring day until lwte evening and getting colder on Sunday morning some clouds a few sprinkles of rain on window panes and then some sunshine but regardless of the weather somebody was going somewhere on at. 9 in late even- ing a cold west wind moving cold but wonderful sunshine. Take care of yourself. Meeting of W. S. C. S. By Mrs. Georgia Pearl nette Wilt, Arbutus Wilt, Lillian Garrett, Georgia Staubs, Reba Saubs, Mrs. Ruth Manuel, Anna Francis Runion, Annie Wil~, Mr. John Runion, son Paul, Charles Garrett, Hera)an Garrett, Perry Lancaster and Jewel and Helen Hardy. The hostess served refresh ~iccly. Mrs. Pearl Pearson of Murrell Hill and Mrs. Lavern Talton were business visitors in Frederick. Md. on Friday. Mr. Howard Wilt and son Estel tare building a fire place at a home Shannondale. It is made of flag stone and when finished will be a I fire place to be proud of at any i body's home. Mrs. Pearl Pearson was a din- ner guest Monday with Mrs. How- ard Wilt, and family. Mrs. Bessie Jackson was a visi- tor Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilt were SPIRIT OF JEFFERflON 8--B THURSDAY, MARCH 19; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garrett tally ill but at this writing is show and Mr. and Mrs. John Hawk and ing just 'a slight improvement. Mr. C. N. Hawk were visitors Sun The epidemic of the flu is still day with the formers parents Mr. in our community. Randy Talton and Mrs. Frank Garrett of Mill- and Sandra Talton have both been :absent from school and Mrs. G. C. vJlle. Attend Funeral Pearl has been very much indis- Mrs. Bessie Pearl, Miss Eva posed. to 243.00; stocker and feeder steers 25.00 to 32.35; stock heifers and bulls by the head up to 197.00 Choice to prime calves 35.00 to 38.00; good butcher calves 30.00 to 34.00; medium butcher calves 25.- 00 to 30.00; thin calves 24.00 down heavy calves 25.00 to 35.00; Blue head grade Iambs spring 27.60; butcher ewes up to 9.00; stock ewes per head none Good butcher hogs 17.50 to 18.- 10; medium butcher hogs 16.75 to 17.40; heavy butcher hogs 16.00 to 17.50; butcher sows 13.00 to 16.00; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs 17.00 to 20.50; shoats per hun remarked there was one face miss Mr. Charles Hardy who has dred up to 24.00; pigs per head ing and that was our president been a patient for quite a long 13.00 down; heavy ))oars 9.00 to Mrs. Georgia Pearl. The first time while in Newton D. Baker Hospit-10.00; stags up to 14.00; sows and absent in four years but due to al, Martinsburg is now a patientpigs up to 80.00; stock boars up sickness she was not able to be inn Veteran.g Hospital near Wash- to 18.00. with us. ington, D. C. He has been criti-Mi.~celalneous sales start 11:00 I I A. M.-Livestock sales 1:3 each Monday. Spring Si Feeder cattle sale 13. 10 Regular Hol. Reg. Hol. Bull March 23. Courtsey may take a your time, but, in the may save you more time. UTTLE APg Berryville, Virginia IS NOW ACCEPTING f Necessary Application Not NecessarY FOR FUTURE" Experience Not If You Have Filed An October 1st, 1958, It Is Re- Apply. APPLY IN PERSON Pearl and Mr. Sammy Pearl and Mrs. Reda Harris and Mrs. Har- vey Pearl attended the funeral of the formers brother Willie Wilt which was held Saturday. He was born and reared in th~ community and later on after marriage he and his family moved to Millville The q~otations of The Blue Rid until the past few years moved to ge Livestock Sales at Charles their new home in Bolivar where 'rown Monday, March 16, 1959. he lived until passing away. Mr.Receipts of hogs, cwttle and cal- Wilt was a member of Chestnut yes heavy with a good demand for Hill while living .in our county and all cows, calves, hogs and steers. a great worker in the church Feature of sale was prime lambs here. A few weeks ago he became $27.60, veal $38.00. cows higher, very ill was a patient in Charles steers higher. Town hospital until his Choice butcher steers none; The community extend our deep good butcher steers 27.00 to 28.50; est sympathy to the entire family, plain to medium steers 24.00 to Other Personal Items 27.00; choice butcher heifers 26.- Mr. and Mrs. Clay~n Talton of 00 to 27.00; good butcher heifers Hamilton, Va. were dinner guests 23.00 to 25.00; plain to medium Sunday with their son and f,am- heifers 20.00 to 23.50; good bulls ily Mr. and Mrs. George Talton 23.00 to 24.00; plain to medium and Mr. and Mrs. Garland Piper. bulls 20.00 to 22.50; commercial Mr. Brannon of Bunker Hill and cows 20.0 0to 22.25; utility cows Mr. Howard Wilt were visitors Sun 18.50 to 20.00; canners and cutters day evening at the home of Mr. 18.25 down; cows by the head up and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Mr. Robert Jet of Charles Town wa~s a business visitor with ,Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl at their home Saturday evening. Mr. Charles Talton of Hamil- ton, Va. was a dinner guest Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garrett 'were visitors Sunday with the for mers parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garrebt of Millville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. : JUST A FEW.OF THE HUNDREDS OF FASHION SHOES AT YOUR SHOE STORE! The W. S. C. S. of Ohestnut Hill were visitors Sunday evening with i ill ii ,e,o e of and Ch, les ,*nter of urrel, .... Mrs. Herman Oarrett. The devot Hill. tonal meeting began at 7:30 p.m.Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and )i~;~: :~)~i~i;)~)~)~.~)i~))~)~)~i~)i~!~i~)~i~;~;~i~)~))~i;~);i~ opening of the meeting by sing- son Lee daughter Cindy Lou of ing hymn "Amazing Grace". We Murrell Hill were Saturday night were led bn prayer by Mr. Hum-guests with the formers parents I:~:i: iilii phrey Wilt and hymn "'When the Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and Roll Is Called Up Yonder" was daughters Antionnette and Arbut- sung after which Mr. Humphrey us Wilt. Wilt read the scripture lesson Little Richard Ring spent the from the book of Luke. A very in- weekend witch his grandparents teresting lesson was ex,plained Mr. and Mrs. Winslow Ring of ~ i ~ !~ ~iiii~) ] from this scripture reading poems Bakerton. in keeping of Easter were read by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garret.t the following, Mrs. Nina Runion. were visitors with their aunt and Annie Wilt, Georgia Staubs, Essie uncle Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl Lancaster, Lillian Garrett, Helen Sunday evening at their home. Hardy and Mrs. Edith Gurrett at- Mrs. Howard Wilt and Mrs. :~i J)~ / ter the closing of Devotional meet Laverne Walton were guests recent ing. The secretary Mrs. Annie ly with Mrs. Paul Garret~of Mur Wilt called the roll. Those answer rell Hill Mrs. Garrett is hOme now inglto the roll call were Mrs. Nina from Charles Town General Hos- :~:i>~:::ili~::::)~il Ru~ion, Edit'h Garrett, Essie Lan- pital where she was a surgical .... "~] / caster, Carol Lancaster, Antion~ patient. She is recupoxating very ~~+:*::".::':':-:~: ................ -~'~ .............. ' ...... 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