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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAP.M RS ADVOCATE APRIL 2, 19595 5--B HAPPENINGS IN Mrs Clarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 For to the new schedule will be held Sun- April 5 ~t 11 o'clock School convening at The following members School received crown awards for faith this past Sunday. Pines-Mrs. Lewis Car- Bruce and Terry Howe'll, Parity ~Seal Mrs. Frank How- Melvin Rissler wreaths-Mary Jane Howell, Carol Jean Sowers, Terry year bars-Joyce Mary and Susan Mercer, Deb bar-Elmer Rod- bar-Larry IAnda and Martha Lue Kabie. Russler, Chubby Nelson. Seventh Bush. Seven,teenth O. Bush. of Shannon afc~ernoon at- funeral of the late Wilson Smallwood Lester Smallwood of Va. The deceas- of Mr. Wilson of the Board of the As- C~tithersburg, Md. died Memorial Hos- March 28 follow illness. Funeral sPr- at ,the Crops Fun- on Monday a~fternoon March 30Vh wi,th in- de in the Shenandoah Mr. Boyer a cou- Smaliwood was one of are still claiming vic- communities. Peggy to school Tues- emg absent for qui,te Roderick is the reported to be on this ladies Mrs. Pearl Ed- Paul Rowland are at the Byrd's Can- Va. during the special apples. Mrs. who with her son residing a,t the home Mr. Alec Carroll ~mployment last n he Perfume Manuf- Ransom Mercer spen,t ,the Easter Sunday a.fternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mercer of Ran- son. Miss Ann Dick and friend Miss Heidie Holden of New York City are guests for several weeks with the formers grandmother Mrs. Hebe~ Dick of "The Rocks". Mr. and Mrs. Hunt Russell en- tertained to a family dinner Eas- ter Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sowers, son Ronny, daughter, Mrs. Nelson Whi,te and her daughter Cathy from this village, Mr. and Cletus Russel'l and two sons of Downsville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Ar- n01d Jenkins and sons of Bolivar, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sowers and son JOhnny of Grimes, Va. Mrs. Thomas Mercer spent Thursday afternoon of last week wi~h Mr. and Mrs. Archie Smith and children of Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newcomb of Leesburg, Va. spent Thursday niffht with their son Mr. Homer Newcomb and .family. They were enroute to Chester, Pa. where ,they visi,ted with Mrs. Newcomb's sis- ter, Mr. Newcomb returned home Sunday While Mrs. Newcomb re- mained for a visit of three weeks. i Mrs. Edi,trn Hunter of Lesburg, V~a. accompanied by her daugh- ter, Mrs. Mary Jane Lloyd visited on Sunday with ,Vhe Homer New- comb family. Mrs. Hunter remain- ed for a week?s visit. On Sunday Miss Margare~t John son accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smal'lwood were d.inner guests at ~he home of their niece Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wolford of Winchester, Va. Others present were her paren,ts Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees, Mr. and Mrs. Leon- ard Ruble and children, Timmy and Kimmy. The dinner was in observance ~f the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Kees and their grand- son Timmy Ruble as all three na- tal days were close in March. Larry Rouss, was a tonsi'lectomy patient in the Charles Town Gen oral Hospital on Thursday return ing home on Friday. Miss Nancy Lou Clipp, Mr. John Myers, Mrs. Sam Myers and dau- ghter Polly were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ashby and Terry Lee of Berryvitle. Miss Nancy Clipp was a Sunday visi,tor wi,th Mrs. Sam Myers and fam,ily of Berryville, Va. Adams Have herds in the associat- were owned by Inwood, Robert S. and Adams The milk pro- cow in these herds . and twenty, sixty and nine hun- pounds per cow res- -~ top individual produc ~re: Number 5 owned with one thous- seventy pounds Seventy ,pounds of but 12 owned by Geo- two ,t'housand and of milk and seventy of butterfat; Peggy Abner Hockensmlth ~housand and sixty k and seventy one ing cows with sixty or more are two cows; Lee cows; Roger Bane, Butler, three; Geo- no; Abner Hocken- Brothers, one ..~ker, one. I)Onald L. Ott Jackson, S. C. L. Ott, son of G. W. Ott of Har- Va. has been as- 3rd :Da,ttal- Lg Regt. :at Fort eight weeks of at Fort Jack- SSued clothing and physical examin- ~ive battery of aptitude tests to determine the Army duty assignment .for which he is best .fitted. As part o.f his basic ~training he will be taught rifle marksmanship under the Army's new TRAIN- FIRE program. In TRAINFIRE, he will learn to use an M-1 rifle by firing at pop-up targe,ts at vary ing ranges and on te.r~ir~ which duplicates combat areas. Terminix Co., Manager Warns About Termites L. E. Sellman, St., Manager of Terminix Company of Maryland and Washing"ton, Inc., locally own ed Licenses of ,the termite control organization, says ,termites have begun swarming in :this area. Sometimes confused with "flying ants", these winged reprodu~ives of Vhe ~remite colony are frequent ly ,the only warning home owners have that their *property is being damaged by these tiny insects, he says. For while termites carry on their destructive work 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, they only come out in the open where they .can be seen during the mating sea son, which usually begins in ~the spring, Mr. Sellman points out. He says Termites damage in the United States is now over $100,000 annually because Imany home own : ors wait until ~they see evidence of ,termites before doing anything a- bout them. By .this time, the chan- ces are great that serious damage l~a~s already been done. CITIZEN'S AUXILIARY TO MEET APRIL 7 AT 7:45 The Citizen's Fire Company will hold their annual ,meeting at ~he Fire Hall on April 7 at 7:45 P. M. All members ,please be tkresent. Truck freigh,t rose sharply dur- ing December. # HELP ON YOUR PERSONAL INCOME TAX Phone 466-W, .... ANGUS McDONALD, no-answer PHONE 466-J ANGUS Mc- Except Sundown Friday to Sundown 26-2t. DINING ROOM HAS BEEN RE-OPENED .in Addition to Serving Regular ,11:30 A. M. Until 2:00 P. M., A Dinners We Are at's Special Lunch for 85c COnsists of Main Entree, Two Vegetables, and Desert. : Also Cater to Parties and Banquets. CALL MR WILLIAM GRIMES THOMAS JEFFERSON HOTEL TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 13t W HN IL CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA ALL CARS HAVE BEEN THOROUGHLY RECON- DITIONED AND ARE IN TOP SHAPE AND READY TO GO. ON 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! 1 - W3B .......... $1850.00 1 - W5 .......... $1950.00 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 1955 FORD 1953 DODGE $1195. 1/2 TON PICKUP, V-8 27,000 Miles ........ $ 995. 1/2 TON PANEL, Dark Green, Local ..... '...$ 695. 1941 FORD 1Vz TON CAB and CHASSIS, 2 Sp. Axle .... $ 245. 1951 DODGE SCHOOL BUS. Excellent Condition--2 to Choose From ......................................... $ 695. 1953 CHEVROLET 3/4 TON PICKUP ...... ................ $ 595. 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET PHONE 212- 213 CHARLES TOWN, W. SALES DEPT. OPEN EVENINGS 6:30 TO 8:30 P. M. WEEK NIGHTS. ! VA. Ill elF.AN, tOW ItUI.EAq , REP CAR ! 1958 MERCURY Monterey 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, WSW, Power Strg., Auto Trans., 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. NOW. . $1995. 1958 FORD Fairlane 500 Club Sedan, R&H, WSW, V-8 265 HP, Auto Trans., Black and Beautiful ................ $2395. 1958 FORD Fairlane 500 Hard Top, 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 Conve rtible, R&H, Auto Trans., 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. Itard Top, R&H, Auto Trans., Black and Red, WSW ................................. $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. ~r 1955 FORD Customline 2-Dr., R&H, Auto 'I ans., Light Green, V-8 ........................ WAS $1195. NOW. . $1095. 1955 PONTIAC 870 Tudor Sedan, R&H, WSW, Auto Trans., Red and White, 1 Owner ................ $1295. NOW. . $1195, 1955 FORD Customline 4-Dr. V-8, R&H, Automatic, 30,000 Miles, 1 Owner ....................................... $1295. 1955 PONTIAC 870 Tudor Sedan, R&H, WSW, Auto Trans., Green and White, Like New ............. $1295. NOW..$1195. 1955 PLYMOUTH 2-Dr, Station Wagon, Economical 6-Cyl. with Straight Stick, 1 Owner ......................... $1095. 1955 1.954 1954 1954 1954 1954 PLYMOUTH Savoy 2-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Another 6-Cyl. with Straight Stick ................................... $ 995. BUICK 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Power Strg., 40,000 Miles, 1 Owner., ........................................... $ 895. PONTIAC 860 2-Dr. Sedan, 8 Cyl., R&H, Light Blue, Straight Transmission ................................. $ 695. CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Light Green and White ........................................ 795. 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. 1953 FORD 3-Dr. Station Wagon, V-8, Auto Trans., R&H, WSW, Runs and Looks Like New ..................... $ 695. 1952 BUICK. Special 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Dark Green, Origi- nal Paint, Excellent Condition ......................... $ 495. 1952 FCIRD Customline 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, V-8, Medium Green, Local Car ..................................... $ 495. 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 CHEVROLET 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 FORD Customline 4-Dr., R&H, Auto Trans., Recondi- tioned Engine ........................................ $ 395. 1951 FORD Customline Tudor, R&H ........................ $ 295. 1951PONTIAC 8-Cyl. 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Auto Trans.,. Solid Black, Original Paint ................................. $ 395. 1951 OLDSMOBILE Super BB ,t-Dr., R&H, Auto Trans., New Paint ........................................... $ 595. 1950 OLDSMOBILE 88 4-Dr. Sedan, R&H, Auto Trans., New Paint ................................................ $ 395. 1950 CHEVROLET Stylgline Dlx. Tudor, R&H, New Paint. Unusually Clean ...................................... $ "395. 1950 PONTIAC 6 Tudor, R&H, Origimd Black Paint ........ $ 395. 1950 PONTIAC 8 4-Dr. Sedan, R&[t, Auto Trans., Local Car. Excellent Condition ............................. $ 395. 1950 BUICK Super Hard Top 2-Dr., R&H, Auto Trans., Black and White ........................................... $ 295. 1949 MERCURY .i-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. !!1 ,~, )iii ii 'i J