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I Mr .and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and ]family in Mannings on Monday. I Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and Mrs. Ethel Buzzard I Hazel Staubs v~s,ited ,at the Blue /Ridge Sol]col on Monday and en ~s. George Vanords joyed the MusicaJ Concert which of M artinsburg was given by the children. wi,th their par Mr. and Mrs';. Captain rOod,gets Mrs. Raymond Cole visitors with Mr. and Stati.bs and family Mrs. Donald Stau,bs of Baltimore, Md., ;. George Vanordsdale t of 2Ylartinsburg, Mr. and daughter Norma were Sunday visi.tors with ~Virs. Hazel Danner and ,family in Brunswick, Md. Pfe. Gerald Buford of Fort Eus- tis, Va. spent ,the weekend with his wife Mrs. Bet~ty Buford ,at ,the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Prank Cogle. iHiss .yl!is By Mrs. Robert Braithwaite]Mr. Neville Leonard Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kues,ter are receiving congratulations on ,t.lae birth of a daughter 'born Mon day nlgh.t. Mrs. Kuester is .t~he .for mer Miss Thornburg, daughter of ~r. and Mrs. Robert Thorn,burg. Mr .and Mrs. Robert Braith- venire and daughter Christina, Halltown are spending ,the week Staubs .and son Mr .and Mrs. Robert Price were Mrs. Floyd ChaJpman wisitors on Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Joe :Bussard in has been on Keedyville, Md. past week. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Staubs Ollie Hawk of and children of Baltimore, Md. were Monday call- were Sunday callers wi,th Mr. and and Mrs. Walter Cog Mrs. Raymond Cole and fwmily. Mr .and Mrs. Floyd C'hapman Longerbeam and and children of Mannings .were Ruby Engle of Saturday night visi,tors wi,th ~he were Sunday visi- la~tters parents Mr. and Mrs. Cap- and Mrs. Walter lain Rodgers and family. ,Mr .and ~VIrs. John Whitehair Captain ~odgers and son of Harpers Ferry were 1" were callers w,i,th Sunday viistors with the ,lwtters parents Mr. ,and Mrs. Howard Ever hart and sons Charles .and Jerry. Miss Ruby Staubs and Miss E - IN Juani,ta Cogle were Monday morn' ing callers wi,th Mrs. Shirley ~ .~40---2 Miles West of Chapman .and Children ,in Man- Ferry, W. Va. nlngs. Mr. and Mrs. Ca'ptain Rodgers and daughter were visitors reeen~ April 9 -10 ly with Mr. :and 'Mrs. Aldridge Got Double Staubs in Millville. For Mr .and Mrs. Captain Rodgers * " and children, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers motored up through Rom the Fun ! ney on Easter Sunday and report the Music! ed a ;beautiful drive and enjoyed BEAT" in Color it very much. Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert Brackett of Domino - The Del Virginia were callers o,t Mr. and Diamonds - The Mrs. Edgar Everhart on :Monday Mills Brothers -evening. ~ording Stars. rMrs. Harry Longerbeam and HIT--- chi'ldren of Chestnu~ Hi'll were sis with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer and family Mrs. BraJthwaite has been ordered a weeks~rest in bed. Mrs. Harold Buhrman and dau ghter Kaye spent a couple of days wi,th her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sibole, Hag erstown, Md. The Siboles moved Sa~turday into ,~heir new home in: Hagerstown. The Siboles formerly lived h@re in Kearneysville. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heinz and family moved from the Swartz ,property ~t Bardane ~o Mrs. Her- bert Millers home 1,ast week. Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert W'hitmore of Clearbrook, Va. visited relatives Easter Day. Mr .and Mrs. William Cline and son of Silver Spring, Md. visited She formers mother Mrs. J. H. Cline over ,the Easter holiday. The Women of ,the Presbyterian Church held a miscellaneous show er for Mrs. John Porterfield, for- merly Miss Y'rances Dodge, Hed- gesville Frid,ay evening, April 3 at 7:30 p. m. ~n She educational building of the church. Those pros ent were: ~lVIrs. Madeline PuLman and daughter Beverly, Mrs. H~rold Bu.hrman, Mrs. Gil~ber~ Creamer, M4ss ,Ruth Miller, Mrs. R(~ber Brai,t;hwaite, ,Halltown, Mrs. Ercel Boyd, Mrs. Harry Creamer, Mrs. Laird Marshall, .and Mrs. !W. B. Hammond. She received many nice gi,f,ts. Refresh~me'nts oq punch, LOVE" i,tors wi,th Mrs. Magg~ie Longer- cookies, nu, ts and mints were ser- Saxon - Molly beam,~and Mr. and Mrs. Lu.ther ved. ,n' Roll Tunes Cogle on Sund,ay. Mrs. Dora Turner, Bud Turner Two Wonderful, hrkr. and Mrs. John Wilson Sr. and ~Mrs. Doris Wall a~tended the Music-Packed were Sunday ~isttors wi~h Mr. ~tnd funeral of Adam May, Cedarville, Mrs. Cliff W,ilson and f~milyl in Va. Monday. Mr. May was a bro Chestnut Hill. ~her of Mrs. Turner. - April" 11 Mr. and Mrs... Howard Cogle and. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Putman and r~ ..... ,son were v~s~tors on Sunday with daughters Beverley ,and Brenda L~,TUI~:-- I Mr and 'Mrs David Brackett and visited Mr. and Mrs. Herman Put E " "t " BADMAN family in Millville. man and daughter in Martinsburg .... and Cinemascope I Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grove 'and Sunday. . . , , ~f Fighting Judge [ children of Chestnut Hill were Sun Mr. ,and 2Sirs. Al'len welsh ox t( carrl'ed the law I d.ay callers' with Mr. ,and Mrs. Jun Bethesda, Md. spent,~ the Ea.s~er . and dealt out I lot Grove and family, holid~ay wi.t~h the Tatters sister Mrs. by bullet*. 1' Paul Miller. urray - Joan . The Reverend Rector of Berkel- "Judge Roy ey S~prings Was :guest minister Sun 104 E. Washington St. Charles Town PHONE 780 PRESCRIPTION SERVICE IN JAPAN" and Techniroma Wright , Cameron aS sus- and richly as any picture you to see*. April 12 . 13 it's most All it's violence the screen--- cope and Color*. TRAIL" Murphy - Gin !Scala Big Color Cartoons April 14- 15 most outstanding Achievements of TO ARMs" Ctnemaseope Hudson and Jones Color Cartoons day in the Presbyterian Church. ~t was Communion Sunday. The Evergreen 4-H Club ~'lll meet Tuesday, April 14 a% 7:30 p. m. at t~he Kearneysville Graded School. Misses Barbara Gale and IAnda Creamer will presen~ ttae program the theme being "Teeth : White, Smile Bright." :Circle Meets The .circle of ~the Kearneysville Presbyterian Church ,met Thur~- .day night a:t the home o~f Mrs. J. W. Cline who was the hostess far .the evening. 'Those present were i Mrs. Harold Buhr~rL~n, Mrs. Gil- bert Creamer, ,Mrs. W. B. Ham- mond, 'Mrs. Mad elir~ 2i~t~laan, Mrs. Kathl~fi Mill~, Mr~L Harry Creamer, Mrs. E reel Boyd, Mrs. William Constan,t, Miss Ruth M,ill er and Mrs. Charles Sibole, Hagers town, Md. Refres 'b=ments of coffee, cake, nuts, ~po.tato chips ,and jelly eggs ~,ere served. The Easter theme Was used. Skating Party The Kearneysville Christian You~th Fellowship will hold a skat ing party for ~he members and friends Tuesday, April 7 at ~he Hillside Park Skating Rink, (Mar- binsburg. Pack 23 Of Cub Scouts CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., Inc. PHONE 226 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA Visit Newspaper Plant Seven men~bers of Den One, Pack 23 Cub Scouts with ,their leader, Mrs. Thomas Kerns and as sistant leader Mrs. Paul-Ban', visi ted ,the offices and printing plant of the Jefferson Publishing Co., Inc. Tuesd,ay afternoon. The group was taken on a tour of the news- paper ,and ~prlnting pl,ant under the guidance of Russell Miller who e~plained in dellA1 the man~ pha sos of prin,ting, ,She intertype .ma- chines, prin,tir~g presses and other machinery. Use Southern States NO'HUNTING, NO TRESPASS- [NG SIGNS For Sale at the office of the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate on North George Street, Charles Town. Buy your needs today. Oct. 2- tf. nc ARROW SHIRTS CERTIFIED MAINE All Styles, Sizes TOWN AND COUNTRY CLOTHIERS ''roduced by top-rated.~.gr_O~w_ers 2~~ from the very best foundation seed. " Grown scientifically for protection ,.~:~~ , against disease ..... ~:,,~ O1i' , * Inspected regularly in the field... Rall, gel~ harvested carefully. Refrigerators, Graded and stored properly. ; - Washers, Etc. e Guaranteed with Southern States~~~::::~i~::~::,.:,:~ ~ii::: "Se~d Guarantee With a Meaning." ~ ~IE.1R. ~S ~II~.FOR1E. YO~ BU'~, Town Cooperative 43 RANSON, W. VA. MAGAHA' APPLIANCE CENTER Telephone 424 CHARLES TOWN, We VA, Miss Phyllis Ann Ambrose, dau, Mrs. Ambrose's dress was a ,two- ghter of Mr. and Mrs..Charles R. Ambrose, 212 South Raleigh street Martinsburg and Neville tenter Leonard of Leesburg, Va. were .married in an Easter Eve wedding Sa, turday ,at 2 p. m. in First Bap- ,list Ohurc~ for which ,the Rev. Dr. John Robert StAff, pastor, ef- ,flciated. Pede sta,1 vases filled with whl~e snapdragons and Easter lilies were ,piece gray shadow pr4nt. The groom's moVher wore a blue bas- ket weave suit. Bo:th used pink ac eessories. Mrs. Ambrose' corsage was a lavender orchid; Mrs. Leon ard's a pink orchid. For ithe reception carried out ~in yellow and white wi.th Spring .flow ors, Mrs. Claude Hess cut ,the Vhree-tier wedding cake and was assisted in serving by Mrs. Rob- used in church decorations for the err Blondel, Mrs. Theodore Wol- ser,ice, which was followed by a ford ,poured punch assisted by reception at he home of he Mrs. Clifford Graham. All were bride's parents, aunts of the bride. Wearing street. . length whiteieFlOra After a short mo'ors ~'rip south entine lace the bride carr d M .... ' , ...... r. ana Mrs. ~eonara will be a~ b~aquet of white .freesia ano l!l~es home in Sher~herds.town wh~r~ of the valley centered with a wn ~e ........ ~. ....... ' ..... n le-v ut, oz~ are s~ucen,~s ~ ~nepnera t~ol orchid wmcn she wore wa~e a - .......... . , ' ~ege, ~,ne a ,iresnman aria ne ing on nor honeymoon. ~nt,~ Pedestal vases filled with whie i~'~"''''. ........ ies were i ~'or ~ravel the bride used a plaid snwporagons ann ,.as~er m t - ,,, . . . ........ ions for ~he I sneam lac~e~ outfit of nt~bbed silk use(], in c~nurcn cecorab and ---- service, which was $ollowed by a ~ co~r, on. reception at the home of Che bride's parents. Wearing street length whi.te ~'lor entine lace, the bride carried a bouquet of ,wh4,te freesia and lilies of 4)he valley centered with a white orchid, which she wore when lear ing on her honeymoon. Her maid of honor, :Miss Linda Lou Kursey was in a street length frock, also of champa,gne s~tin 'brocade. Her flowers were freesia, lilies of the valley and red rose buds. L~wrence Leonard Jr. ~as his ,brother's best man. Lime Company Grove ...... Gets Contract For Ferry Parking Area A $14,816.00 con~ra.et ~x) con- struct Parking Area Extension and Overflow Parking Area in Harpers Ferry Nwtional Monument has been awarded :to ,M. J. Grove Lime Co. Inc., IAme Kiln, Maryland, Park Supe~intendent Frank H. a, nderson announced ~today. The successful bid was the ,lowest of two received. The con~tracted project is a phase o,f ,the N wtional Park Service MISSION 66 Program a~ Harpers Ferry National Monument. I,t Is ~)ar ,of She over-all long-range pro ,gram-for ,conservation and develo,p ment of all National Park System areas planned for completion by 1966, ,the 50,t.h anniversary year of the Service's estz~bllshmen:t. RUMMAGE SALE APRIL 17-18 ,Rummage sale to be held at :home of Mrs. J. B. ~McCauley 107 SowUh Charles Street by Ladies of St. James Catholic Church April L7-18. NOTICE! To Robert Mosby Burton, Geo- rge Ross Burton. Mary S. Has- keil Finl~yson, Sue Sharp Spald- ing, Robert Mosby Sharp, Alice Duncan Shaxp Montague, H. W. Willis. You will take notice that W. P, Fleming, the purchaser of ,the fol lowing real estate, Lot 1 in Block .05 fronting 25 feet on Buchanan 'Street and extending ~baek a nni- ,for~ wid,th 125 feet located in Ranson, Jefferson County, West Virginia, which was returned de- linquent in the name of Mary Hil leery Estate. and was sold by the sheriff of Jefferson County a~ the sale for delinquen,t taxes made on the 9th day~ of December, 1957, has requited that you be notified that a deed for such real estat, e will be made ,to him on or after the firs~ day of June, 1959, as provided by law, unless before ~at day you redeem ~uch real estate. The a- moun, t you will have to ,pay ,to re- deem on the last day, May :thirty- first, will be as follows: Amount paid sheriff .~t sale, wi.th interest 'to ~May 31, 1959 $4.10 Amount of taxes paid on ,the property since the sable, witch interes,t o May 31, 1959 ' $2.43 ~mount pa~d for sum~ey and report ~ $1.25 Amount ~id for ~preparation of list of those ,to be served and for ,prepar~tion and service of the notice$16.25 Total $24.03 You may redeem wt any time before May hirty-first by paying the above ~tal less any unearned Lnt~rest: Given under my hand this ll~h day ef 'March, 1959. EMILY A. M. STANLEY Clerk of County Court "..~ of. JefferSon~-Co~n~ty~, Va., Aprzl=9-3T-"~ A son of Mr. and ~Mrs. L~wrence H. Leonard of Arcola, Va., Mr. Leonard .was gradu,ated from Lou- :doun County High School. At Shop h'erd he is ,a member of Tau K~p- pa Epsilon, Rams~ Club and is co- captain of the Shepherd football team. In 1958 he led the WVIAC for most yardage gained. He was a mem~ber of the Virginia All- Sta:te foo~Wball .team. Out-of-Zown guests attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Leonard, Lawrence Jr., Danny and Jennie Leonard of Arcola; Edward Ambrose, Mrs. Ru~h Brantley of Washington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth~Am- brosej 'Mrs. Fred Ambrose; Mrs. Mary Jane Ambrose of Berkeley Springs. Kiwanians Hear Of Work Being Done At Ferry Monument The Kiwanis Club met in he Thomas Jefferson Hotel last Thursday evening. There was ,a large s~ttendance. It was reported that the Cancer Pund Drive 'Sat- urday, March 28 netted $100. Earl Ward and James l~Ioler were elected delegates ,and Fred Byrer and William Hand a~terna~te to the International Convention to be held in Dallas, Texas. Mr. W. Carroll Benton was the guest of John McCord. Joe Staley pres- ented his daughter as his guest and Fred Byrer ,had his son and daughter wi,t)h him. It was reported Chat :fifteen Key Clubbers were starting tonite to ~ttend their convention In Blue- ~ield this weekend. Mr. Herbert Kisl,inger of the Harpers Ferry Monumen~ Cold of work being done in Harpers Ferry. He said ~ha~ Harpers Ferry has been a h~storioal aerator for the past 150 years, but the most em- phasis was being stressed on the period of 1859-1B65. Two dozen old buildings are now being restored ~o conform to that period. He said ~hat last year that 250,000 people visited ,the Monu-" monet and ,th,a't this being the Cen- tennial year of the John Brown Raid. th.at it is expected tha,t .this number will be increased durin~g SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FXr MERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1959 7--B 1959. Mr. Kislinger preser~ted colored slides of buildings and parkways co~nple~d or nearing completion. Truck freitwh,t rose sharply dur- ing December. Red China gradually loosens So viet ties. i We Expertly Clean and Moth Proof ! Your Rugs Without Removing Them From Your Floor. 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VA, , PHONE 17 150,000 FAMILIES HAVE ALREADY MADE THE MAGNIFICENT CHANGE TO 9 Next time you look through your windshield at the un- mistakably clean, sleek toil of a Buick '59 . . . take a moment to envy its owner... He owns THE Car... "hottest" thing on wheels today. Ite owns THE style that's farthest ahead oth in public notice and in future trade-in worth. He commands the most e$icien$ automobile power plant in America today. (Buick's new Wildcat engines not only deliver an important increase in actual miles per gallon.., but when you take car weight and perform- ance into account, they get more out of each gallon of gas than any others.) He stops with Buick's exclusive braking system. (Fin-cooled, front and rear, aluminum drums in front.) When he want to speed up or slow down, he feels the quick answers of the smoothest transmissions of all ... (only Buick combin s Twin Turbine* or Triple. Tur- bine transmission smoothness with Wildcat getaway). But why not find out for yourself? This car's quietness of motion. Its comfort of roominess and ride. Its willing. hess to do exactly what you wish of it. You'll lit'e so much better in a Buick '59. Let your Quality Buick Dealer show you why.., and how eas//y the man in the Buick could be... YOU! Visit your Quality Buick Dealer soon. lie's anxious to show you why/ your family belongs in the N~XT 150,000 to make lh~ magnificent change to Buick '59! *Optional at extra cost on some @ @ TO OWNERS OF CARS IN "THE LEADING LOW-PRIC~gD ~". , You'll be s~rprised hou, easily you can own a Buick Le Sabre in.~tead! Be s~tre .lo ask your Buick dealer abou~ "r~z Moor $200 ., SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED QUALITY BUICK DEALER NOW . . . Your Quality Buick Dealer in-Charles Town is: 117 ~i~), St. II