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was ,paid employees to the plant in the Raw Materials ~enl of the Millville Division of the J. & L. Company. e Blair Limestone Dis- I For the past several years it has Jones and Laughlin I been held by a Michigan plant. a~y Tuesday, March 17 [ Current Record ~for their outstandingI The current safety record of the v- a'~ me plant during ]MHlville plant through March 15, Years. Tne speclal]1959 shows the plant with 1,873 '1or this outstanding [days, or 666,969 hours without u lent came in the form ]loss ,time accident. e and attractive certff I .... rte huge bronze tronhv I Other awaras ,presen~ea Tues- :Program sta~ed t'us Iday were the Joseph A. Holmes ~lffet-iuncheon served ] Safety Award presented by the Jos Plant. I eph A. Holmes Safety Association to m~.t- ~ ...... i.. Ifr "outstanding s~fety records" ~'c~"~ '~ .... ~'*7"Y" I to units in the Mine and Quarry bet oompany~ .metals*' ]Industries The Mlllvllle Plant will ~,~ .~o..p omviais oI ]receive an' Award for 1958for hav gram ~;omgany i lrgh -- - o I ng worked four (4) consecutive ~,~aLana one zrom ]years-from January 28, 1954 thru h' ....... )b .... I January 27, 1958-a total of 1,461 e MiHville plant has ]days or 507,858 hours without a .ter year honored for ] lost time accident. (The Millville ~1 safety record, the I Plant has already earned an A- year was an extz:a Iward for 19.59 but the Certificate Cause among the a-I will not be available until April Ms year was ,the Pros ]21, 1959. The Award for 1959 will lal Safety award, a ]cite the Millville Plant for hav- dstatue of a quarry ling worked five (5) consecutive : m work clothes saf ]years, 1 826 days or 649,107 hours and al,l other sa'fety ]without'a lost time accident.) tormally worn and ] Certificate of S~fety Achieve- a~lle a, blast furnace. Iment presented by the U. S. Bur ;'Presented each year ~eau of Mines for having worked For --All Seasons . . . All Good Reasons Here's the #r|ght now** serv|ce you're looklrig for and expect. Phone first-- The MINUTE MANager has the money ready when need lti Free Financial 8ounseling Service TOWN FIN CE CO., INC. !Rooms 6 and 7, Mason Building without a lost ,time accident In from I-I. E. Lawson, vice ,presidentI ILl, I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rARMR$ ADVOCATE 1957. (A similar award for 1958 of Production for the J. &. L. Cam l ~l I ~.,.~nm,, ,~ ~, ......... =,, ,,, 1-. has already been earned but will pany. 1 ~ [Jrlt)x~u~, lvlAtiLrl ~o, 1~o~ ~---l~ not be available until some time The following m~mbers of the, ~, I~~ in AuGust 1959.) safety committee at the plant, I i o ) Certi,ficate of Safety Achieve- were also introduced: Alvey M. t " [If You Want Results Use Smrtt-Advocate Classifieds! ment presented by the National Landers, Thomas R. Bussard, Rob I -- - I " Lime Association for having work err H. Piper Joseph H. Bussard The annual meetinz of the Eas- Honor Roll certificates were ~re ] ed withOUt a lost time accident in Samuel T. Viands, Ralph B. Jones, I ten Panhandle Vni~ of the Artif- sented to William E. Walker, ~R. ] ~'~'r'r'~r~D~J~'~'~'r'~"f~'~'~'ffi~~~~*~ 1957. (A similar award for. 1958 Roy. A_ DLllow: Carl ~... V!ands, Iicial Breeders Cooperative was W. McCormick, Abner ~Ioeken- [t~ ~m ~,m~l~mlmm, ~, nas ,a~rea~y seen earned bu~ will _Lows u. "l~aznoasma, ~.rnoJa ~. theld Tuesday night March 17 at smith Roger Bane Moulton Farm ]tl~ L~ ~'~][L-U~I~ .~ not be available until some ,time 14onman, ~oward H. Anoerson the Communit- Center There was G W' H~u~h an~' Vin~..~ Fo~-.~ ~ v r m m m ~ ~-- n ~ o in August 1959.) Thomas E. Painter, George C.. M il l a good membership present from In order for a dairyman to receive 1 8 ~ i~V ~ ~1~ ~ ~ Certificate of Safety Achieve- ~on., l~orman B. Host!or, .~orns .~: [ both Berkeley and Jefferson Coun these certificates they must have I -~ went presented by the Jones & ~am, ~naries w; wanas, ~aerni l ties. In their herd dairy ani,m~is that I~ g-~/'~I)~14~L-~.~ D~q[~qDL~ ~T a~rr~O Laughlin Steel Corporation for .w..'taunton, ~r~nur.~. vmnos, I Glen Welch, chairman of t~e are the result of artificial breed-16 ~.~Ul~,Ol-~l~O) [UIIhl] [l~2-~lNl~3) having worked without a lost ,time wa~er. ~. ~og~e, .~ar! ~a; ~naer- I Board presided at the meeting, ing that :have a mature equival- I .~ ,~l TqP ]~l./'~llTl~D~ O accident in 1958. so.n, ~sc.nar~ ~:_weoo, ,mos w. I ,Dr. Kidder of the Animal Hus- one production record of 450 ]bs. ]~ ~J~ ~. a.~J vv ~z~_~ Pr n'-'i ......... umow, ~orsey ~. ~untap, ~tatpn I bandry Departmen~ at West Vlr- of butterfat or more. I ~ t~ JackeS~egn[ St~e~rn~te~tt J'ggne~'sors ,Paul Hoover Char tgini~. University was the ma!n . Denver Sinnett the local techl~ OF KINDS FOR EASTER! ....^ .~.~ a~m.,m~v 7..~.., .......... ~'" ~"" lOS" =r- ' ...... U1llOW' ann: / speaker ana gave an excenen talk nicmn reported to the membership I ~i . .~ ..' ~.,, ~,~, , ,oa "~Y" ~romn, rcaymona / on Reuroductive Problems in the t ha+ ~),. ~,~ ~,~ ~),o , .......... ,, I ~ ~ ~ .~ ~ge ~if,[l~ccuss~/,r. of Piv~urgn; William Jackson were also intro-/Dairy ~Ierd and their Solution. He area "was" making"progress""and I{} ~ Ir Relations of Jones and Laughlin The" Rev Temple G Wheeler edet m or lr l des ton~a~ ,th-~t 2400 cg_w_s had been ,bred ar-[~ ~~r~ .... S te m , ....... ,~izlcany in 1958 O S el Co pany who made brief director of the Children's Haven/,r~int out t~ the audience what he ...... ". I~ ~ T I~1 I~ remarks ,prior to the presentation near Charles Town pronounced I~vas talkinz ~bout ...l:lerl,ln t~anor.a, manager of the Ik~ ~(~~ / II k li inr~hlfhthhee ]au.ded ,the safety re-the invocation and benediction for I The nominating'committee corn o~n~a~t~eA2~::~a[~ne] ~eP~edk twha~ IS ~k~~~. CO O ~ e empzoyees ann manage ~the ro ram [m~).~ , P g ,posed of Bernard Lemaster Lyle r ' ' ment of ,the Millwlle plant ' At the close of the ~ro~ram a xxr ~, .............. ~ o-. p ogressmg very nicely and that IO \~1~]~ rl flWFR FFMTFR tl -- ~ ~,~. ..... vv',~.~.~. ~,,u ~=~, ,oz~x the ha e /s. V! ' Also coming ,to Mlllv]lle ,for the fried chicken and country ham l .~ ........ ...a **... ~..,,~.. , ..... ,.. y d an Increase of 14 ?b an I Q v Id i ~a.-I 1ILl I ] - u~, ,v~:o:.o:~ u.~ .u.uw..~ .o... the numb r ' occasmn was Frank W. Kelsey, buffet luncheon :pre,pared by the lees for directors for a 3 year ,term _ _ e of cows bred m 1958I~ ~l~l~J~l~ .............. eooroina~or o I s~ie:y ior the Jones ladies of the MiHville Methodist Robert Butler and James Blu'b over any previous year. ,. IQ ~2~1~'~ J. u. wAI'l']51t5 t:U., stop. o and Laughlin Company who was Church was served the men. with P~bert Butler ~being elected . "l~.o ooor pr, lzes were g~ven, an [~ f~r~N~ ~ - ' elecl~rlc SKllle~,t Dy ~ne 2~rlllel~l tghrePrincipal speaker on the 9ro ~ uT~n~ ~th;rad~reieetOmr:s~:re' Lyle Tabb Breeders Coop which was award-I! ~~ 0pposlte FORD Garage ]~ .., . . near/ark Mrs. M0ne ton ;red Snyder and ~len Wel~'. ~bert l~arr Mrs D y - ' /~ (ORDER NOW--DON W BE DISAPPOINTED) ~" year ~o nave me nonor privimge ........ 7'..,^ ~^~. ....... ,__.. ^ .~.:: , y, : enver ~in It) O "~ because he will be retired from his l~e ~,narles Town Junior worn- ~y,~ ~au, ~w ~ ,vvv~ w ~.e nett & Mrs. W. E. Walker. ~.~.~..~.~@ .~:~@.~. :~ ' held its re u,lar monthl activities of the directors during ,present post on July I, 1959, after ans Club g . Y meeting ~oin.tlv with the Senior ,the PaSt year and stressed ,the ira- 40 years with the J. & L. Corn- Woman's- Clul~ at the Hilleary portance of electing a director pany. He said 'he ,had spent 37 of House Monday night March 16 I that could and would attend meet these years working for a ,first- with Mrs Guy Tucker ~aresident tngs of ,the State Association. He rate s~fety ,program to improve nresldlng." ' , [pointed out that since the Artific the safety record of not only the - Mrs Tucker announced there ]lal Breeders Association bad been Millvl,lle plant, but all J. & L. would" be a meeting at ,the Har- I established, there had never been plants. He said in 1934 when the pers Ferry High School Wednes- ]~lmcett~nrg hO~el~hew~tha:et B~s~redonOef program was first started ,there occurred 734 disabling accidents day night ~t 8:00 concerning the I in the J. & L. plants. Last year he Harpers Ferry Centennial and ~,from the Eastern Panhandle being said the number of disabling In- Juries had been reduced to 62. He said in -928 the Mlllville plant had nine disabling injury accld- ents and for the past five years there has been none. He said the company was now enjoying the best s~fety record in it's long his- tory. Also Recognized Also introduced ,and making brief remarks, mostly of the con- gratulatory nature on the plant s ,fine record were: W: R. Compton, Assistant to the Chairman of the Board of J. & L. Company; C. C. Henning, General manager of the Ore Mines and Quarries Division; C. M. Lichy, assistant general manager of Ore Mines and Quar- rles all of Pit.burgh and George E. Later, Jr., General Manager of the Blair Limestone Division who served as toastmaster for the 9ro PHONE : CHARLES TOWN 790 gram and John Bires, Personnel Supervisor for the Blair Division ~I ~ I ~ " who arranged the Tuesday T)ro- gram; and Robert E. Turner, ,lares ident of .local 201 of the United i ~ i i Cement, Ume and GYT)SUm Work- 'Ut}LtC.,, SAtE -----------"---fr ~he program A letter of congratulations on the outstanding safety record and regre~s at not being able to 'be,)pre WaS read ;T a Smaller Apartment I Will Sol! at "Public Personal Property, located at 511 East Liberty m Court), Charles Town, W. Va., On )AY, MARCH 28, 1959 WALL PAPER NG AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A.M. P A T T E R N S FURNITURE, ETC. Walnut Veneer Bed Room Suite, Double Bed with mattress; Dressing Table and Mirror, Bench, Chair, 2 Boudoir Chairs, Double Iron Bed and mattress; Upholstered Rocker, Oak Book Coffee Table, 3 Piece Overstuffed Living With Slip Covers; Sofa and 2 Chairs, 4-Piece Set with Porcelain Top and 3 Chairs; 4 2 Folding Screens, 9x12 Green Wool Rug; Wool Rug, 2-Piece Wool Hall Runner. Two Rugs, 2 Kitchen Cabinets with Porcelain Tops; Books, 2 Porch Screens, 2 Porch Glidders, 2 Wooden Tubs, 2 Galvanized Wash Lines and Post; Kitchen Utensils. Pots and Tools, China and Glassware, 2 Benches, Stands, ~[ Other Articles that are not mentioned. SH. Nothing to be removed until settled for. We have New Wall Paper Patterns, 48 Cents and Up for Double Roll. Remnants 25 Cents a Roll. Western Auto Associate Store PHONE 769 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ROGER MANUEL TIIARPE, Auctioneer. Clerk. 19 and 26- 2t, my home I will sell at Public Sale. the Property, l.oc~ted on South Samuel Town, W. Va., on , APRIL 1959 AT 10:00 O'CLOCK . M. SHARP. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Tables, 2 Walnut Beds with Wash Stand Bureau, Walnut Sideboard, Walnut Book Dresser with mirror; 4 Walnut Mohair Chairs, Brown Map; Marble Top Stand, Fire Pla~e and Grate; Llbraxy Ta~b]e, Oak Dresser and Oak Desk and Chair; Mantel Clocks, Double and mattress; Cot, Toilet Sets, Bed Pan, and Rocking Chairs, Reed Chairs, Sewing Chest, Commode, Small Chest, Linens, Card Table, Sewing Board, Chest of and Blinds; Hat Rack, Book Case and and Picture Frames; 2 Mirrors, Towel Ra~k, Qlider, 5 Trunks, Ironing Board, Sofa and Typewriter, 15x15 Rug, 12x15 Rug, 2 2 Grass Rugs, Curtain Stretchers, Pr. Crutches, Floor Lights, Hall Table, 2 Kitchen 4 Burner General Electric Stove, Frigid- tn A-1 shape; Kitchen Uttnslls, Pots and Silverware, China and Glasswaxe, Glass Jars, Other Articles not mentioned. ARE YOU KEEPING UP-TO-DATE1 The modern way for homeowhers to get maxi. mum |nsurance protection is to buy a aingle, con- venient packale policy. Ask about our Homeown- era Policy covering fire, theft, personal liability, and many other perils. W. Berry Grove Agency PHONE 218 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. on Day of Sale. MRS. MARY T. MILLER Auctioneer. Clerk. 2 3t. II~IIALW transportation will be provided ffor present, all those interested. She also an- nounlced that she .had written .a letter to Ed Murro~ concerning Vacancies Available his Person to Person show that covered,the General Federation of Woman s Club convention. She then read a letter from Mr. Mur- row acknowledging her letter. Mrs. Donald Cllne~announced that u gift would be 9resented o' the club member doing the most effective work on the Hi-Fi Stero phonic record ,player project. Mrs. J. Strider Moler stated the senior high school had donated 30 ,paintings to t~he club to be given to the Industrial .School ~or boys at Pruntytown. There was consid- erable discussion as to how the club could ,get the pictures framed A prize will be presented at the state convention. Those elected ,to the nominating committee for next year's affairs are: Mrs. Forrest Simmons, chair man; Mrs. Charles Printz, Mrs. DonMd Cline, Mrs. Buddy Smoot and Mrs. William Kline. Delegates named to the state convention May 1 and 2 are: Mrs. Guy Tucker, Mrs. John Bartlett, Mrs. Cy Cavalier, Mrs. No,nan Kisner, Mrs. Joseph Staley and Mrs. Willard Martin. Mrs. O. S. Bloom president at the Senior Woman's Club announ cod the hospital Auxiliary is sport soring a "Queen of Roses" contest 'June 5. All contestants must be married and under 35 years of age. Mrs. Louise Olson announced a block ~party would be held the same day in connection with this event. The Woman's Club will be in charge of a cookie booth for ,this event. , Mrs. Buddy Smoot reported on the fashion show to be held April 23 and she announced that plans for it are progressing nicely. Following the business session l Mrs. Bloom introduced Bobby Wharton who rendered several lovely selections on his electric or gan. She then introduced Mrs. S. H. Stone who spoke on Conservat ion of Our National Resources". Miss Louise Walraven was a- warded the door .prize, cake made by Mrs. Norman Kisner. Refresh- merits were served by .the hostess commitee. Garden Club Members To Hear Centennial Plans At State Meet West Virginia Garden Club mem bers will ~ave an opportunity to learn of additional ways in which they can help ~l)repare for the states' 1963 Centennial when ,the director of the Industrial ',and Pub licity Commission e~ppears before the group at their convention. Mr. Don Ci'islip, director of the Com- mJslon, wll, l speak o the garden- ers on Tuesday, March 31, at the Greenbrier, at 4:00 p. m. on "Plans forthe 1963 Centennial" using illustrated slides of overall plans for the event and discuss-* ing possible areas in which garden club members can play an active part in preparation for the Con- ,termini. A number of clubs throughout the state have already started work on plans for planting, clean- up and other beautification pro- leers-many others are deslrious of learning what they can and should do for the statewide cele~lration. The state organization is cur- rently active in the efforts to beau tify ,the state, and in working in cooperation wiVh various state a- gencies in attempting to achieve t~ese goals. Last year they took over the reactivation of the "Kqep West Virginia Green" program!of public education in forest fire pro vention and control. Since indivi- dual members have been indoc- trinated, plans are underway to or< ganize with other .civic groups on the county level .to do further work. The gardeners took an act- ive part at Governor Cecil H. Un- derwood's Forest Plre Conference last July. The State president, Mr. J. CamPbell Palmer III is a mem- ber of the executive board and spoke at the cor~erence. Theme of the convention this year is "Keep West Virginia Green" and a "Keep Green" motif will be used throughou~ the sess- ions-in decorations, Information, literature and other media. Using cUscrinaJna~ion in the read ing Off news makes for an Inform- cd person. For Paid Air Force Reserve Training The 9511th Air Reserve :Squad- ron in Hagerst~wn announces ,that vacancies are still available for paid Air Force Reserve Training for alrmen and officers. Any ~or- met service personnel may ~,pply. Training is conducted on ~he has is of 24 paid meetings per year plus a paid fifteen day tour which AT FRANK McCOMB'S WHITEHALL FARMS On Route 7, At Bluemont, Loudoun County, Virginia Staffing At 10:00 A. M. Each Day Rain or Shine and Over 2/3 Registered, from Outstanding Herd with Records To 782-1bs. B. F. See last week's paper for itemized l|st. may be taken at your own con- venience. Class room lectures are supplemented ~by movies, speakers, and ,field ,trips, In addition to income, =time will count ~or pro- motion and longevity. FIVE TRACTORS, 2 BALERS and All Necessary Machinery Effort is being made to set up to run a 700 Acre Farm. Many, Many Small Tools and Items of additional Flights in your own All Kinds. community 'where five or more re- servists can meet for study. All reservists desiring ~O join SATURDAY MARCH 8fh 1959 this unit should contact Sergeant Lewis Murphy at the Hagerstown F Air Reserve Squadron, 602 Poto~ mac Avenue, Ha~erstm~n, Md. Te]ephone REger~t 3-4911. FURNITURE AND H01MBK HEIFfR SALE Dr' Shewbridge Aftends FURNI Dentistry Reunion, Clinic TURE IN THE MORNING. .. Dr. Anthol Shewbridge, Charles 75 -- REGISTERED AND GRADE HOLSTEIN HEIFERS 75 Town dentist, attended the 10th class reunion of the Georgetown ~ BRED, All Vaccined. from Certified Herd. All Purebred University School of Dentistry ~eld March 14 in Washington, D. Up TERMS :--CASH. Conducted By:--NORTHERN VA. AUCTION CO. Purcellville, Va.--EDgewood 8-7116 FRANK W. McCOMB, Bluemont, Va. C. And while there he also attend- ed ~he District of Columbia Post Graduates Clinic and convention ~held at the Shoreham Hotel Sun- day through Wednesday. The clinic consisted of Scienti- Ic discussions and studies ~ertain- ing to dentistry. There were .also display demonstrations of the lat- est dentistry equipment, drugs and materials. Sale Send Your Easter Seal Contri- butions ,for Cri,ppled Children to Easter Seals P. O. Box 503, Char- les Town, W. Va, March 26-1t. PHONE :--Acamedy 6-4541 ~'The onc thing wc know car buyers want above all in an automobile is quality. Yet many people assume that all cars today are pretty much the same J. EMMET JuooE in this respect. This is far from bcing the case. I can name at lcast 30 basic differences in the design of our '59 Mercury, Natu- rally, we feel thesc, differences make Mercury a better car. For example: EXTHASTRENGTH STARTS WITHTHE FRAME The backbone of every Mercury is the framc. We use a heavy box-type con- struction-thc heaviest in the industry. Competitors usc frames that are up to 125 pounds lighter. WE BUILD QUALITY YOU CAN SEE Comparc the way Mercury builds en- gine hoods. Most competitive cars use what is known as a single-panel con- struction. This type of hood can be twisted and turned with the slightcst pressure--' often flutters and vibrates when the car is in motion. At Mercury, on the other hand, we use a doublc- panel construction--two layers of steel with the insulation sandwiched in betwccn. Not only is Mercury's hood morc rigid, but it looks bettcr. YOU FEEL THE QUALITY WITH EVERY STOP... Mercury brakes are the largest in the field-with up to 22% more brake lin- ing than competitive cars. And only Mercury in its field has brakes that adjust themselves mechanically. You save money by eliminating periodic adjustments. And you are safcr bc- cause Mercury brakes stay properly adiusted for the life of the linings. ..AND EVERY TIME YOU TAKE THE WHEEL All 1959 Mercurys have a~qexible cou- pling installed in the ~tecring system. This acts as an insulator--absorbs road shocks that would otherwise travel up to the steering wheel. Mercury, unlike some cars, gives you this with either manual or power steering. WE HAVE PLENTY OF PROOF THAT THIS IS THE BEST-BUILT CAR IN AMERICA TODAY We know it is the grcatest Afercury cver designed and built. Never in Mercury's 20-year history have we had so much value in the product itself, Meicury has advantages everywhere over competition. The four described on this page are only typical. In fitture messages I'll tell you about dozens more-in styling, comfort, in ever~- thing you want in a car." Mercury Marketing Manager Don't miss the big television hit "THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW," Sunday evening, 8:00 to 9:00, Station WTOP, Channel 9. 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET I CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I AY~ a~