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i) ii;. [i ii % LI 10 YEARS AGO --- 194g 'Iw 3 counties of the Eastern Panhandle, Jefferson, Berkeley and Morgan will benefit to extent of $1,180,105.75 as the tri-county share of the recently approved 50 million dollar secondary road bond issue, it was announced in Char- leston by the office of the State Road Commission. Jefferson to re ceive $230,847.04, Berkeley $431.- 715.68 and Morgan $517,543.03. Work on the new bridge at Har pers Ferry spanning the Shenan- doah River has been started. When completed the bridge will re place the old Shenandoah span ,that was washed away in the flood el 1936. DIED: George Dm[glas, Negro, died in the Newton D. Baker Vet- erans Hospital. He was a resident of Shepherdtown; Mark Coulter of Harpers Ferry; Charles H. Wilt, m i well-known retired farmer of the 20 YEARS AGO -- 1939 i Bloomery neighborhood, died "at A new board of managers for his home. the Charles Town General Hospi- M .......... s "" --" ~ tal was chosen at the annual 4meet .~_~lttll~ll) Mrs Des. le Mac lnar .... ~ ....... i" n] anna ,r~,r~" tha'annroaohirlz mot ling as iOllOWS: d. A. ~:yster, w l- ri~ ~e'"~t~er'd~au-~t~ei Lt;ille~Eliz Ilium C. Perry Robert T.. Browse r a.:'hJ~ ,-,o_~l~# orr~^llw, oo~ ,~e IMelvin T. Strider, Miss Margarei auc~ ~u ~ .~t u n o ~ u ~ h li 1 R C ew Ju anna Tay or and Mrs son of Mr. and Mrs. obert Small " - -- ........ s " ~ ~ ._. _. .~,~ . .,,~ ~.~ Ioonn T. r'orLerllela. lne re:lgnaL- wuuu ul ~uwu zvli~ oun~ ~viac i n .... ll n ...... """w'~ "d"~ f~ct -4atl"h*er of Mr / o ol A. b. N en a a l-'. u. Nel- U.' .........w ..........I~on requ red the fllhng o these anl ivlrs, i ylgr pro [1 alltl ivies. I ..... R - , vaeancms Of the members chosen I%LllUS r'aLmn oarK were mar-L., ss E" " -~" r -"' i Me.. rs ys~er ana ~'e ry ana M~SS ned by the Rev. LeFew m roster Ira 1 ~" - ..... of the Washington SL ~Jethodist i}.ay .r are on ~ne ooaro mr me Church, Hagerstown, Md. Miss l'nn l~t~.me. ....... I)IIP~IO 25,ro ner home in l~lcn Anne Leavelt Daniel daughter of : Mr and Mrs John l~oncure Dan- mend Mrs. W. Chase Morton, the iel,' became'the bride of Fletcher I former Miss Mary Porterfield, dau Sidney Cater. ghter of Col. and Mrs. George A. Pol'terfield of Charles Town; In Mr. and Mrs. Prank Bradley of Leetown were pleasantly surprised with a party given in honor of their 30th wedding anniversary by their parents. llaving sold my home I will sell at Public Sale, the Following Personal Property, located on South Samuel Street, Charles Town, W. Vs., on FRIDAY, BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. SIIARP. HOUSEHOLD GOOI)S Pair of SValnut Tables, 2 Walnut Beds with Wash Stand ~o match; Walnut Bureau, Walnut Sideboard, Walnut Book Case, Walnut Dresser with mirror; 4 Walnut Mohair Chairs, 1883 S. Howel Brown Map; Marble Top Stand, Fire Place Tongues, Screen and Grate; Library Table. Oak Dresser and Wash Stand; Oak Desk and Chair; Mantel Clocks, Double Bed with springs and mattress; Cot, Toilet Sets, Bed Pan, Straight Back and Rocking Chairs, Reed Chairs, Sewing Machine, 2 Ottomans, Cedar Chest, Commode, Small Chest, Bed and Table Linens, Card Table. Sewing Board. Chest of Drawers, Curtains and Blinds; Hat Rack, Book Case and Books; Pictures and Picture Frames; 2 Mirrors, Towel Rack, Scales, Porch Glider, 5 Trunks, Ironing Board, Sofa and Pillows, Remington Typewriter, 15 x 15 Rug, 12 x 15 Rug, 2 9 x 12 Rugs. 2 Grass Rugs, Curtain Stretchers, Pr. Crutches, Large Porch Screen, Floor Lights, Hall Table, 2 Kitchen Tables and Chairs, 4 Burner General Electric Stove, Frigid- aire Refrigerator in A-1 shape; Kitchen Utensils, Pots and Pans, Some Silverware, China and Glassware, Glass Jars, and Lots of Other Articles not mentioned. TERMS:---CASII onDay of Sale. MRS. MARY T. MILLER IL CLAY TItARPE, Auctioneer. C. W. MOORE,. .Clerk. ............ March 19, 26 and April 2- 3t. ( MORE PROOF .... [!pays tofeed PURINA W. W. Link (right) discusses the hog situation with "Buddy" Duncpn, his Purina Dealer, at the Link Growing unit. Kentucky Purina feeder raises hogs profitably... on W. W. Link raises hogs from birth to market on concrete on his 204-acre farm. near Henderson, Kentucky A profes- sional farm manager as well as operator of his own farm, Mr. Link's hog operation is divided into three units... a farrowing house, growing pens, and Pig Parlor. ..... "I've been raising hogs off and on for a long time," said Link, "but never did they do as well until I built my Purina Pig Parlor. I consider growing pens essential in raising hogs on concrete, birth to market. It bridges the gap between far- rowing house and Pig Parlor, adds flexibility to the multi- pie farrowing schedule." Produces pork for $9.80 per ewt. Link's recent records indicate it took 3.05 lbs. of tbed to produce a pound of pork. Feed cost was $9.80 l~r hundredweight, figuring corn at $1.40 per bushel. Whether you have a large or small hog operation, there's a Purina Feeding Pro- gram to fit your needs at the Store with tl~ Checkerboard Sign. Charles Town Charles H. Moore a resident of DtLffields. M. M. Jenkins this week sold a dwelling with four lots on Fairfax Blvd. to Mrs. Mary Etta Wiltshire. Retail Markets: Creamery but- ter $,32; county 'butter, $.25, eggs $.18, chickens $.16. Officers of the Junior Social Civ ic Club were chosen for the year as follows; President, Charles D. Dudrow, vice ~president; vice presi- dent, Jane Thatcher; secretary- treasurer, Ed Alwin; sergeant-at- arms Leroy Ronemus; Chaplain, Garland Moore. PHONE 17 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 30 YEARS AGO --- 1929 APRIL 3, 1959 Ea,,1 R. Bane was named as Road Supervisor of Middleway Dis riot. Atorney James M. Mason pur- ',hased at public sale the Butler dwelling orl S, Samuel St. for a bid of $2875. DIED:At his home near Charles Town, Thomas J. West, Sr., life- long resident of Jefferson County; at her home on E. Congress St., Mrs. Clara Shirley Aldridge; at her home in Charles Town Mrs. Mary Mason Gibson, wife of Brax ton D. Gibson. The Union Sales C~mpany of Martinsburg opened ~heir new sales and. display room in the Hooff building The room has re- cently been vacated by C. P. Miller who has moved to a location in the Market House Building Wil- liam Pringle is employed by the Union Sales to display their cars. Eugene Bready, recently graduat- ed 'from .the Brooklyn Engineering Institute, has joined the Charles Town Garage, Chevrolet dealers as Sales Manager. 40rYEARS AGO--- 1919 MARRIED:At the Baptist Par- sonage in Charles Town by the Rev. Walter Scott, Mrs. Elsie Lee Nicewarner ;to .James Hough oI the county; In ~harles Town .by John S, Alfriend, Assistant Dis- trier Attorney Charles N. Camp- bell to Mary Neill Morrow, for- merly of this county. 50 YEARS AGO -- 1909 DIED:In Martinsburg, L. G. Whibacre, formerly of Summit Poin~; in Shepherdstown, Mrs. Alice Gibson, widow of D. J. Gregg Gibson. The Citizens Office Bldg. oppos- ite the Court House in Charles Town was completed. Messrs. Getzendanner and Hugh es sold a lot adjoining their own on N. George St. to Col. B. D. Gib son. 60j YEAR; AGO --- 1899 Charles M. Stump, son of Rev. J. P. Stump of Charles Town was apopinted to a clerk-ghfp in the War Department, Louis Seeker, owner of a large fruit farm near Harpers Ferry, died in Baltimore. 70 YEARS AGO -- 1889 MARRIED:At ,the bride's home in Charles Town, by the Rev. W. G. Egglestone, E~mer E. Stones- ifer ,and Miss Maggie G. Avis, both of Charles Town. DIED:In Harpers Ferry, George Manuel; at his home ifl this coun- ty, Samuel Wfl~: The approaching marriage of the Rev. John O. Knott to Miss Rosa M. Sinn, both of Frederick, Md. was announced. Rev. Knott was a native of the vicinity of Shepherdstown. High court reaffirms ban on a wife's testimony. OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR gALlS:--~'" the bundle Most any amo,'" ou want. Stop at the office _. ~he Spirit-Advo- cate on North George St. today Telephone 222. Charles Town. CALL World's largest terEnite control service FREE INSPECTION Local Texminix Representative NICELY SUPPLY 0., INC. 1,14 South George Street Telephone 47 Charles Town, W. Va. ]Spirit.Advm:ate To Publish ' I Edition on 0 " Shenandoah Down I I Because of the magnitude of Jefferson .County s newest and most modern business operalion---the Shen- andoah Downs race track--which is to be formally dedi- cated and put into operation May 1, work was started last week on a special souvenir section of the Spirit of Jefferson- Advocate to be delivered along with a regu- lar issue of the newspaper prior to the opening of the new $:1,000,000 race course. This special edition will tell in picture and words the story of the planning, construction and future opera.- tional plans of the track. This is the largest and most comprehensive business construction project to take place in Jefferson county in years. And because possibly only a limited few know and realize the tremendous amount of planning, work and money which has gone into a project which will attract thous, ands of people into the county each year, this newspaper feels that special recognition should be given to completion and opening. A host of special guests are expected to be on hand for the track's opening including West Virginia's Gover- nor, Cecil H. Underwood, and other high state officials. All busine es and others who have had a part in the track's planning and cconstruction, or who will have a part in it's operations, are being invited to participate in this special edition through either congratulatory and commercial advertisements. Since considerable time is required to plan and print this special edition, all advertising must be in this office by not later than April 18. Additional information on this special edi- tion may be obtained by writing or calling this news- paper in Charles Town at 222. By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Mrs. M~mie Russell of Chestnut Hill was a visitor with Mrs. Maude Everhart on Thursday; also called at Mrs. Ethel Buzzard. Mr. Harold Lee Staubs was an overnight patient on Wednesday March 18 at the Charles Town General Hospial where he had all of his teeth ex, tracted. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Longer- beam and daughter Linda and Mrs. Daisy Nick of Chestnut Hill were dinner guests recently wit.h Mr. and Mrs, Don Whi.~e and ram ily. " Mr. and Mrs. Mac Corbin and son of Martinsburg were Sunday gues,ts with the latter mother and step father Mr .and Mrs. Raymond Cole and family. Mrs. Esther Spgler and Miss De lores Spitler of Baltimore, Md. were Saturda~ and Sunday guests with the formers mother Mrs. Ethel Bubzzat~i and family. Mrs. Raymond Staubs and child ren and ,Mrs. Leona Staubs of Mannings were callers with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs and fam- ily. Mrs. Delma Staub~ and son are[ spending this week wi,th her hus- ] band in Baltienore, Md. 'Mr .and Mrs. John Whi,tehair and son Keith of Harpers Ferry were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Evevhart and fam- ilJMr." .and Mrs. Walter Cogle and children, Mrs. Mary Cogle, Mrs. Maude Everhavt and Mr. Pete Wilson were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Everhart and family. 'Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son Delma spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. David Brackett and family in Millville. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Holmes and children of Keedysville, Md, were callers on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arrie Piper and family. 'Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grove and family :were Mrs. Lizzie Longerbeam, Mr. and Mrs. t~ill Longerbeam and children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick and family, Mr. and.Mrs. Nelson Grove and children of Chsetnut Hill. Pfc. Gerald Buford of Fort Eus- tis, Vs. spent ~he weekend with his wife Bebty at the ,home of her par i ents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cogle and son of Weverton, Md. were callers wi,th Mrs. Leona Everhart on Tues day. Mrs. Hattie Cogle and ,two sons of Mannings were callers on Tues- day wi~h Mrs. Edgar Everhart and o~her relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cha,pman and children and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers were Sunday visitors wfth their parents Mr. and Mrs. Cxptain P~dgers. Mr and Mrs, Wesley Piper and children were Sunday evening call ers with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lon- gerbeam in Chestnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman wi~h their family moved .from Middleway to a c[bin belonging to Mr. l~be~t Wiley in Maninngs. Mrs. Maude Everhart, Mrs. EIlie Piper, Mrs. Estetle Cogle, Mrs. Mar gare~ Cogle and daughters Violet and Patsy and KaVhy, Mrs. Joan Dinterman and baby were dinner guests with Mrs. Luther Cogle and her mother on Wednesday. WALL PAPER PATTERNS We have New Wall Paper Patterns, 48 Cents and Up for Double Roll. Remnants 25 Cents a Roll. Western Auto Associate Store PHONE 769 i CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Jefferson GOP Club To Meet Friday at 8 Members of Jefferson County Republican Ctub are to meet,Fri- day, April 3, in the second floor assembly room of the Funkhouser Office Building, Ransom Club president, Cooper McQuilk in, has called the meeting for 8 p. m. for a final decision to hold an open supper event late .this month. At tile February ehlb seas ion, tentative plans were discuss- ed to stage a covered dish get- togebher .for Friday night, April 24. Two committees are to make re- ports Friday night. YOU'RE AN INDIVIDUAL.., You're a person, a dis- tinct, separate individual. And when it comes to the trictly personal matter Of your financial security, it's important that you be treated as an individual. That's why our office al- ways gives you the P.~., Personal Service you de- serve. W. Berry Grove Agency PHONE 216 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. h LhSTIN6 TESTAMENT O VO ON- A Rock of Agca Memorial! Tbe whola of memo. flal art ~ to comm~mora~ the personality imd aecom: pU hments of an Individual or family. Rock of Ages~ skilled d~ign staff translates these ecomplishments into beautiful memorial deslgm~ There k no finer [ way to Jhow your t, / devotion to lov.d oae. Vew ItNk e~ ~ees ~t~eJ~Jsod Oule~ MARTINSBUR6 61LANITE WORKS FLOYD C. ODOM, Mgr. 109 West John Street Martinsburg, W. Va. ~ml~m Spirit.Advocate Now On Sale At Stokes Stole Near Bloomery Bridge Another newstand outlet has been added to the nearly 25 o~her places in Berkeley and Jefferson county and Clarke and Loudoun County, Va., where the Spirit of Jefferson Advocate new,papers are sold weekly. The most recent. newsstand to take on sale of the paper is Stokes Store, a general merchandise outlet located at Lhe Bloomery bridge on State Route 9, South of Charles Town. Th papers are now being deliv- ered to the store each Thursday afternoon within a short time a{- tel' they roll off the prt-:a. You may have yot:r copy reserved cVl'y week by asking Mr. or Mrs. St, ekes. proprietors of the store to have it for you. SPIRIT OF Ji I:FER qON r.m ; :RS ADVOCA I 6---B THUIISDAY, APRIL 2, One of the puzzles that confront the student of human nature is the great attraction that scandal has for minds that belong to the "pure in heart." i Turbine eng ne may. lift ter sales. shPr:d2:~i;a~e.and sales' Of FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES ]'OWN 899 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. V$ COMPANY Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Town Martinsbur[ Plant AM 7-8955 ELECTRIC COOKING 6 CLEANER POTOMAC LIGHT & POWER CO. Intendin to d continue business and farming, I will sell at Public Sale VANCLEVESVILLE, ViRGIN!A 2 miles East of Mar tinsburg, in the building formerly used as the Charles Hardware and Grocery Store, on SAYURDAY, 4, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10':00 O'CLOCK A. M. APPROXIMATELY $10,000.0O WORTH. OF / HEW AND USED 1000 lbs. Assorted Nails Hatchets, Hammers Saws, Axes, Crosscut Saws,' Cutoff Saws Lot of Plumbing Tools Electric Motors 'All ff4inds of Carptener Tools Electric Hand Saws Gasoline Chain Saw Bolts, Nuts, Screws Lawn Mowers Motor Oil, 3 Harness Oil, Vegetable Window FanS Cuckoo Clocks Thousands of A1 not. met FARM MACH NERY Garden" Tractor Outfit New Garden Tractor Farmall Cub Tractor Old Junk Oliver Tractor (model 70) 2 Corn Planters 2 Springtooth Harrows 3Vz h.p. Riding Lawn Mower Disc Harrow, Weeder Manure Spreader, on rubber Large Swing-Cylinder Hammer Mill International Gasoline Power Unit High-Pressure Spray Outfit, Lot of Hose Picks, Shovels, Hoes, Digging Irons Log Chains, Chains, Tractor 2 large sets Gang on rubber Centrifugal Puml Plenty of Farm Equipment not G A R A G E EQUIPMENT, - Large Battery, Charger Slow Battery Charger Electric Drill Electric Grinder Jig Saw Socket Sets Pipe Wrenches Hand Tot)Is of all kinds Booster Cables Machinery Belts New Parts 2 Sits Rope Acetylene Drill Bits Thousands of not senti Living Room Suite Hot Point Refrigerator (practically new), New Deep Freezer (chest type) Television Set Typewriter Singer Sewing Machine Chairs (late model) Pots and Pans , Utility Cabinet Several thousand Beds and Springs worth of Electric Stove, Gas Stove Fishing Baby Equipment 3 Shot GunS, Radio Plenty of Record Player Articles not One and One.Half Ton Chevrolet Truck. Also One SOFT DRINKS AND SANDWICHES SOLD ON PREMISES.' PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE. ) ED. MORROW. Auctioneer. / ED. WILLIAMS and R. E. MORELAND, Clerks. April 2 - lt. C. E. SI /!,