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OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE MARCH 26, 1959 5--B ,Council Officer: Town Senior High 19 a ComTnit- : nominated officers for Council of CTmrles High School for the -60. The Nominating Consisted of ,the three ,two representati- Student Council, a Miss Helen Ro~b- Council Advisor and Eismon. and .their cam- are: Cheshire, Betsy Larry Burns, Mar- Cheshire, lager; Danny Eis Secretary-Carolyn Lehman, Dar lene Heffner, Alice Ann Edwards, Lee Brown. Treasurer-Elizabet'h Saville, Car olyn Rissler, manager; Virginia Snyder, Dickie Lee Morris. Throughout the week of March 20-26, the candidates for office will campaign for the su,pport of the student ,body by displaying posters in the halls and other means of ,publi.city. Wednesday, March 25, ,the can- didates, as well as their campaign managers, addressed t'he student body in an Assembly. The public is .cordially invited to view the dis play in the halls. The election will be held Thursday morning during homeroom period. From Club Meeting At attending rhe Doctor's wife from Wels'h. She of Wom- rd Annual Conven- ~nbrier, White Sul 19, 20 and 21 S. Bloom, Senior Mrs. Stuart, Mill- Bu~hong, Mrs. Wit Mrs. Raleigh Sha- George Schneider. ~tes were not only inspired by %he rts on the outstand service rendered by Club of West Virgin being the has given ,much in the following Purchasing a for the ,patients SChool; S~tarting 'health societies 8~ate Equipping at Cam,p Gala- ng 'washing mach- ~am~p ;not only ad- o,f natural giving awards ,for on how and cancer closets; scout welfare; youth collecting glass eye bank pledge; in schools were services report Barnes, presided at all of ,t~he speakers on ~: Honorable Nadim of Leban- Gifford, President of Women's ncess Rudivarivan. made on peace of all nations in McQuillan, French at F011ans state winner .~r of the Year" con- -~en crippled by pol but this has to limit her act- room. She has g work in all .types counsel work, and her superin- her: "She's ~the relations." Eastern Winner in this con- Conklyn of Char ~as nominated by Town. The en~try in the Con.test, Mrs. was won .by a modeled her outfit which was a lovely dress and coat. On Saturday t~he morning sess- ion was climaxed by the passing of Mrs. O. S. Bloom's Eas,ter Bon net for a "hat full'" of money for Camp Galahad. The colleotion at this conven,tion amounted to over $100 which Mrs. Bloom presented to. Mrs. Phares E. Reeder, Chair- man of Project and past State president. This ha,t passing sche- me ~has 'been very successful for the past three conventions. Mrs. John Speed Harvey, post Laureate and a member of ~the West Virginia Cancer Board, elos ed the conven'tion with a very im- pressive poem, Jefferson Park Pool Operated At Loss Of $400 ,For Summer The Jefferson Memorial Park Swimming pool operated at a loss of $400 las,t year, it was announ- ced today by C. F. Reininger, pres ident of the .park's board of direct Ors. Las, t summer's many days of cold, rainy weather contributed largely to the pool's deficit, but i't was noted th~vt rarely in the pool's short history has i% o'perated at a profit. During the 1958 season ,there were 8,738 ~paid admissions with 5,832 of ,t~hese being small child- ren. Adults .purchased 706 tickets whil~ 2,180 medium age children were :in at~tendance. Ticket sales l~lus ,private parties, resulted in a gross income of $2 642. "~ E:cpefiditu.res for .,thee year $3,579 leaving a $937 defici,t. This loss was reduced to $406 as a re- sult of the concession stand's pro- fit of $531. Cost of the ,pool's operation in- cluded payroll $2,581; F. I. A. C. ,tax $555; electricity $178; ,water $276; telephone $28; supplies and chemicals $225; repairs and main- tenance $233. Gross income of ~he concession stand was $1,687. Hard work may not kLll anybody bu, t, occasionally, l.t sure wears, one down. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDA~ OATS .. Clintland Gary P0TATOES...Irish Cobblers Kat,ahkins Kennebecs Green Mt. ALFALFA ....Vernal Du Putts Utah Grimm Atl'antic -- (Various Types) UFF'S TRIPLE "T" and FLOWER SEEDS NEEDS:--- .......... Kentucky Blue Grass White Dutch Colver Shady Spot Lawn Country Park and Laurel Lawn Seed ER:--- 10-6-4 - "5-10-5 - Rich Yield OR SHEEP MANURE PEAT MOSS 17 Charles Town, W. Va. THE LARGEST IN It CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA ALL CARS HAVE BEEN THOROUGHLY RECON- DITIONED AND ARE IN TOP SHAI E READY TO GO. ON with THE SPOT FINANCING with BANK RATES. BRING YOUR TITLE AND MAKE US AN OFFER. WE CAN'T EAT THEM. We Haven't Nearly Enough USED FORDS. If you think you might want A New Car or A Good Used Car and you drive A FORD, Bring it in for an Appraisal, We'll Pay Top Dollar. Three Fourths of Our Used Cars Should Be FORDS. HAVE 2 NEW JEEPS WE'LL SELL ANY- ONE FOR COST. Here's A Chance for Real Savings. AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. JOE SUTTON GARLAND VIRTS DOUG COOPER E. M. WHITING We're Always Ready to Talk Deal. 1956 CHEVROLET 1/2 TON PICKUP, 6 Cyl., 1 Local Owner $1195. 1955 FORD 1/2 TON PICKUP, V-S, 27;000 Miles ........... $ 995. 1954 CHEVROLET 3/4 TON PICKUP, H., 4 Speed TrinE, New HD Tires ............................ ........... $ 795. 1953 DODGE 1/2'TON PANEL, Dark Green, Local ......... $ 695. 1941 FORD 1 TON CAB and CHASSIS, 2 Sp. Axle ..... $ 245. 1946 DODGE 3/4 TON PICKUP--As Is .................... $ 100. 1951 DODGE SCHOOL BUS. Excellent Condition---2 to Choose From ' ..... $ 695. 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET PHONE 212 213 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. SALES DEPT. OPEN EVENINGS 6:30 TO 8:30 P. M. WEEK NIGHTS. / \ 1958 MERCURY Monterey 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, WSW, Power Strg, Auto TrinE, Other Extras, Company Official Car-- never titled, Low Mileage, New Car Guarantee ........ $2995. 1958 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, V-8 Engine, Local 1 Owner, Like New ............................ $2195. 1958 CHEVROLET Delray 2-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Auto. Trans- mission, Low Mileage, 1 Owner ....................... $2195. 1958 FORD Fairlane 500 Club. Sedan, It&H, WSW, V-8265 HP, Auto TrinE, Black and Beautiful ................. $2395. 1958 FORD Fairlane 500 Hardtop, R&H, WSW, Turquoise and White, 1 Owner, Straight Stick ................. $2395. 1957 MERCURY Monterey 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Auto Trans., Power Strg., WSW, Black, 1 Owner .................. $2095. 1957 MERCURY Monterey 2-Dr. Hardtop, R&H, WSW, Auto Trans., Power Strg., 1 Owner ....................... $2195. 1957 CHEVROLET Belair 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, WSW, Auto Trans., V-8, Low Mileage, Like New .................. $1795. 1956 BUICK Special Convertible, R&H, Auto Trans., WSW, Light Blue, 1 Owner ................................. $1695. 1956 BUICK Special Convertible, R&H, Auto TrinE, WSW, White, Black Top ....... : ............................. $1695. 1956 MERCURY Monterey Hard Top, R&.H, Auto. Trans., WSW, Light Blue and White ......................... $1595. 1956 FORD Fairlane 2-Dr. Hardtop, R&H, Auto TrinE, Black and Red ............................................ $1495. 1956 FORD Fairlane 4-Dr. Hard Top, R&H, Auto Trans., Air Conditioner, WSW, Loaded ........................ $1595. 1955 FORD Crown Victoria, R&H, WSW, Auto Trans., Black and White, 27,000 Miles, V.8 ......................... $1495. 1955 FORD Customline 2-Dr., R&H, Auto TrinE, Light Green, V-8 ........................ ? .................. $1195. 1955 PONTIAC 870 Tudor Sedan, R&H, WSW, Auto Trans., Red and White, 1 Owner .................... ......... $1295. 1955 PONTIAC 870 Tudor Sedan, R&H, WSW, Auto Trans., Green and White, Like New .......................... $1295. 1955 PLYMOUTH 2-Dr. Station Wagon, Economical 6-Cyl. with Straight Stick, 1 Owner ......................... $1095. 1955 PLYMOUTH Savoy 2-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Another 6-Cyl. with Straight Stick ........................... : ....... $ 995. 1954 PONTIAC Custom Star Chief R&H, Auto Trans., 1 Owner, Overhauled .................................795. 1954 PONTIAC 2-Dr. Sedan, 8 Cyl. R&H, Light Blue, Straight Transmission ................................ $ 695. 1954 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Light Green and White ........................................... $ 795. 1954 1954 1953 1953 1952 1952 CHEVROLET 210 4-Dr. Sedan, H, Black, 46,000 Miles, Local 1 Owner, Extra Clean .......................... $ 795. PLYMOUTH 4-Dr. Sedan, Heater, Dark Green with Light Green Top, Local 1 Owner ............................ $ 695. FORD 2-Dn Station Wagon, V-8, Auto. Trans., R&H, . WSW, Runs and Looks Likt New ..................... 695. FORD Customline 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Dark Blue, Low Mileage, Local 1 Owner ............................... $ 695. BUICK Special 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Dark Green, Origi- nal Paint, Excellent Condition ......................... $ 495. FORD Customline 4-Dr. Sedan, R---H, V-8, Medium Green, Local Car ..................................... $ 495. 1952 FORD Customline 2-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Light Blue, 1 Owner, Low Mileage, Like New ....................... 595. 1952 PONTIAC 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Auto. Trans., New Green Paint ............................................... $ 395. 1951 CHEVROLET Styline Dlx. 4-Dr., R&H, Auto Trans.,, Dark Blue, Unusually Nice ............................ $ 395. 1951 CHEV'ROLET Styline 2-Dr., R&H, Black, Another Clean Car ........................................... 395. 1951 CHEVROLET Fleetline Dlx. 2-Dr., R&H, Solid Black and Green ........................................... $ 395. 1951 CHEVROLET 9-Pass. STATION WAGON, Mechanic's Special, Good Engine ................ ................. $ 150. 1951 1951 1951 FORD Customline 4-Dr., R&H, Auto TrinE, Recondi- tioned Engine ....................................... $ 395. PONTIAC 8-Cyl. 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Auto Trans., Solid Black, Original Paint ................................. $ 395. STUDEBAKER CHAMPION 2-Dr., Heater, Good Tires, Original Paint ........................................ $ 295. OLDSMOBILE Super BB 4-Dr., R&H, Auto Trans. New Paint ........................................... $ 595. 1951 1950 OLDSMOBILE, 88 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Auto TrinE, New Paint ................................................ $ 395, 1950 CHEVROLET Styleline Dlx. Tudor, R&H, New Paint. Unusually Clean ..................................... $ 395. 1950 PONTIAC 6 udor, R&H. Original Black Paint ...... 395. 1950 PONTIAC 8 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Auto Trans., Local Car. Excellent Condition ............... . .............395. 1950 BUICK Super Hard Top 2-Dr., R&H, Auto TrinE, Black and White .............. /'" :" ....................... $ 295. 1949 MERCURY 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, WSW, 30,000 Actual Miles. Local 1 Owner ................................395. 1950 PILE OF IRON in the Form of Pontiac Tudor .... 2c a lb. 1953 HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE, 1 Owner ....... $ 395.