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ii i i|! Not hne! Mr. A (a manufacturer) named his friend Mr. B (a bookseller) Executor of his Will. When A died, man- aging his manufacturing business became B's job! Mr. B dug in loyally; but his efforts were foredoomed. This just was not in his line .... An Executor is called upon to perform a variety of complex tasks. Few individuals have the necessary experience. Our institution, on the other hand, has had long experiemce with those tasks. Have Your Lawyer Draw Your Will, and Consider the Advantages of Our-'Seervices as Executor! g BANK OF CHARLES TO "l It's Your Chevrolet Dealer's 2nd Annual :By Mrs. Charles Adams Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams were square dancing Saturday night at Ridgeway. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman went to see their cousin Mr. Elmer Myers Sunday at BerryviHe. Mr. Mitchell Boyd ~f Winches- ter visited with the Adams Marvin L., Charles and Woodrow on Sun day. Little Ronnie DeHaven is un- der the care of Dr. William Pifer of Winchester an ear specialist. Mrs. Charles Adams celebrated her birthday last Tuesday. On CharD:; Adamn att0nded the Wag ~man's sate in Ranson Saturday: Mrs. Woodrow Adams bought some nice linens. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman were dinner guests Saturday with Vheir cousin Miss Naomi Myers and Mr .and Mrs. Jasper Myers wt Tomahawk. The Chapman's also stopped to see their neice and family Mr .and Mrs. Gone Keedy in Hedgesville then ere supper guests with Mrs. Dorothy Stuckey and son Wayne in Mar- tinsburg. Sunday a birt;hday dinner was Mrs. Garland Heflebower Jr. held in her honor at the home of r.eports there will be a skating Mr .and Mrs. M. L. Adan~s and ':3unday evening a dinner with her brother and sister*in-law Mr. and Mrs. Newton Magaha and three children of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Adams two children Debbie and Franklin had as their weekend guests her sister and brother Wllda and Jun ior Orndorff of Clearbrook and a girl friend of Wilda. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Hefle- bower Jr. attended t~heir card club party Friday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming. Their children Pat and Jim spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. Char les Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Masori are the oroud parents of a second sot born St. Patrick's Day in the Charles Town Hospital. He has been given Vhe name of William Bryan after both grandfathers. The youngster weighed 7 lb. 2 o~.. Mrs. Mason's mother Mrs. A. W. Kondner of Hagerstown is spend- in~ several weeks witch them. Mrs. M. L. Adams and Mrs. Charles Adams attended the Moth odist Church of Kabletown W. S. C. S. at ,the home of IVliss Mag~ie Ware ~n Ranson Wednesday might. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Charles Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Harris Jr. and family of Charles Town stop-" pod to see their granflparents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman on their way home from visiting their par ents Mr .and Mrs. Roy Harris of Raphine, Va. for ~the weekend. Little Jlmmie LaRue is confin- ed to his home t,his week with thee mumps. Mrs. Paul Chapman and Mrs. Warren LaRue were in Berkeley Sp,-ings on Monday where they at tended the Spring Convocation of t~he Women's Auxiliaries of the E2stern Diocese of West Virgin- "Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Boyd and family .had .as their dinner guest Saeurday evening Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven children Gail and Ronnie and Rev. Charles Rob erts of Sis,terville, W. Va. former- ly 1-ninister of the Rippon Episco- pal Church. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Owens ,two children of Berryviile were Saturday visitors with Mr.. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman spent Wednesday with their friends Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gra, ,pes in Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Hefle- bower Jr., children Pat and Jim m:e spent the Easter vacation with Mrs. Heflebower's parents near Charleston. Mrs. Robert Slaueen~er, Jeffer- son Ave:, sister of Mrs. Charles Adams is confined to her home with virus infection and will be unable to return to work at Dou- bleday until the 13t~h. Mrs. Woodrow Adams and Mrs. SPECTACULAR DEALS NO ! SPECTACULAR SELECTION NOW! FAST APPRAISAL AND DELIVERY NO TRADE AND SAVE Now! The happiest part of the Sales Spectacular is the kind of car your money buys. Every Chevy--sedan, sport model, wagon--shares a lean and lively Slimline look, with plenty of room and a ride that's right for the roads you drive. Come in and take a close look at all of Chevrolet's features, right away. The Bel Air 2-Door Sedan--unmistakably '59 in every modern lin#. come in and pick your favor e Chevy! Brookwood 4-Door Wagon. The sporty Impala Convertible. The 1959 Impala Sport Coupe. Save on this, Et Camino, too. The e'ar that's wanted for all its worth. For a "Spring Sales Spectacular" deal see your local authorized Chevrolet dealer! D / CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 42 Clarence Waqhin |on Awarded M. S. Degree (AHTNC)-Army Recruit Clar- ence A. Washington, whose fa;ther Clarence A. Holmes, lives in Shep herdstown, W. Va., recen,tly com- pleted eight weeks of military pol ice ,training at The Provos~ Mar- shal General's School, Fort Gor- don, Ga. Washington received in- struction in traffic control, self de fense and the basic procedures of civil and mil i,tary law. He entered SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rArmrRs g--B TtIURSDAY, the Army last October and receiv- ed basic combat training at Fort Jackson, S. C. His mother, Mrs. Pricilla L. Holmes, lives at 231 W. 139th St., New York City, N. Y. High court, reaffirms ban on a wi re's testimony. Then there are t~e people who like jokes-on the other fellow. Apologies to Dorcus and Glenn ................................................. Ramsburg on reporting their fam- ily dinner on Easter Sunday and leaving Dorcas's paren.ts Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Frye from the guest list. ,, ,, p arty at the Berryville Rink tS:t4 rday, afternoon from 1:30 p. m. April 11 sponsored by her 4-H club. Everyone is welcome. The Rev. and Mrs. Charles Rob- erts of Sisterville, W. Va. were see oral days guest with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ohapman and family. It was sure nice to see ,the folks again. Mrs. Eddie Bayliss is making When advertising sell never bother to ,tomer how good you what your product One of the puzzles the .%udent of the great attraction has for minds tha't "pm'e in heart." CtIAI{LE STOWN, W; VA. I,I(,(,ER, BETTER, MORE ING 'i'H: N ANYTHING YOU'Vl SEEN IN OVER ttAVE A plans to go to Washington for fur Vher treatment. Dinner guests with Mr. and lVfrs. Herman Swartz Sunday were Mr, Bigger, better, more exciting than anything you've seen in over half a and Mrs. Linwood Swartz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hare and family, 'Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bayliss and faznily of Berryville and Richard Swartz. =i iili:-! BY J. E. Saville Garden Leaflets A supply of four naw garden leaf lets have been rece4ved in the of- 'lice. They are: Growing Toma- oes, Growing Broccoli, Growing Cauliflower and Sweet Corn Pro- duction. : Each of these leaflets have ingot matlon in regard to varieties, fer~l lzatt0n, insect and disease control cul'tural practices and ~n some cases freezing and cooking instruc tions. These ~re all good garden crops and can be successfully grown ,by following certain practices. Copies og these leaflets may be had for the asking. Annual Meeting Diary Herd i:: Improvement Association R. W. McCormick, Presiden~t ~iii!ili!iiiill i!::i provementEastern PanhandleAssociationDairYannouncesHerdIm Pictured above are the associates of Penney's, Charles Town" Store Ready the annual meeting of the assoc- the Kick-Off of Their 5 th Anniversary Value Event Left to right iation will 'be held Wednesday Wright, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. aden, Mrs. Stoneberger, Miss lagaha, nlgh April 15 at ,the Bardane Nerhood, Mrs. Dunn, Mrs,. Hoffmaster, Miss Alger,. Mrs. Rodeffer, Mrs. Community Cen.ter Building. The time is 7:30 P.M. and "Mr. Ware. Members and other interested ~ ~~ ------" dairymen areinvitedtoa~tend.,Mr. WHllam Northern, Exten- OTHER ANNIVERSARY NEW LOW ON sign Dairyman will be present and assist with a panel discussion. B A R G A IN S! Pi:HHEY'S ~+[~[b Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McGarry, supervisors of the local associat- ion ~vill report to the mem~bers. BIG FLUFFY CHENILLE H. Max Derr, treasure ,will give ~!!i:i!i!!7:7i~ ~ !!!::~iii financial repoz of the assoclat- ~" BEDSPREADS :; :Jli:ill iilil iiiiiiiii!!i ion. , Special ::: ..................................... :: 4-H Meeting Mr. Robert Prettyman, Agricul- tural representative of Vhe Poto- 2 for $1 O0 mas Light & Power Com,pany will * meet with 4--H Club members c~trrylng t'he Rural Electrification 17 JEWEL project' Monday evening, April 13 in the :County Court House at PRECISION CRAFTED 7:30 p.m. TOWNCRAFT WATCHES 4-H Club mem'bers enrolled in Man's Water Proof, Ladies Yellow Gold. One Year Un- conditional Guarantee. thas project are invited to attend; and bring a parent. , ~ Color sRdes will be ,~hown and sugges~tl0ns for project activities will be given. Are You a Fortunate Person? You are a ~ortunate man if you have the courage to change what $16.00 Plus Fed Tax) can be :changed, the pat, ience to bear w~ha~ cannot be changed andTWEED TONE the wisdom to tell the one from SCATTER RUGS the other. iill I1 Viscose Rayoff & Acetate 2[,~' MARKET+ REPORT Non x 4a/~"- ,Machine Skid.$3.88Wash" i The quotations of The Blue Rid Ige 'Livestock Sales at Charles SHEER NYLON Town Monday, April 6, 1959. YARD GOODS Receipts of hogs, cows, calves 39x41" Wide in Oh So Washable Fabrics 57c yd. PENNEY'S FAMEED SH EETS, ALL PERFECT, LABORATORY TESTED! Famous silky- smooth white htxury percales are long $ s a)le cotton, combed to ex- tra smoothness. All perfect! Full 81 by 108 inches, full Sanforized. fitted $1.99 twin 72 Pillow Cases, 42 by 38Vz inches - 2 for 99c ,sa ANH VERSARY BIG SWEEP BIG SAVINGS ON GIRL'S BOUFFANT SLIPS wl,th a good demand for all classes cattle and calves. Feature of sale was prime veal $37.50; cows strong top $22.00. ~hoice butcher steers 27.00 to 28.50; good bu, tvher steers 25.00 to 26.75; plaln to medium steers 23.00 ~ 25.00; ohoice butcher heft ers 26.00 to 27.40; good 'bu:tvher hoofers 25.00 o 26.00; plain to meal lure he~fers 19.0 0to 24.00; good bulls 24.00 to 25.00; plain to med- ium bails 21.00 to 23.50; commer- cl~&l e~Ows 20.50 to 22.0; utili,ty cows 19.0 0to 20.00; canners and cutters 19.00 down; cows by the head up to 230.00; stacker and feeder steers good 29.00 .to 32.30; stock heifers and ,bulls ,by the head up to 1~5.00. Oholce to prime calves 35.00 to 37.50; good bU,t~her calves 30.00 to 34.00; mediu, m butcher calves 25.: 00 ,to 29.00; thin calves 24.00 doWn; heavy calves 25.00 ,to 32.00 Lambs sprir~g 24.00 ~ 26.10; l&n~bs wool up 23.00; bu~hbr ewes :up .to I0.00; stock ewes per head no ne; Good butcher hogs 16.50 .to 16,-. 75; medium ,btttcher hogs 16.00 ,to 16,50; ,heavy bt~tcher ,hogs 15.00 to 16,40; but~'Tter sows 11.00 to 14.70; ~eaVx feeders and llffh~ butcher hogs 18.25 to 18.50; shoats per hundred 24.50 down; pigs ,per head &00 to 19.00; heavy boars 9.25 to 11.50; ~tags none; so~vs and pigs none; stock boars 12.0 0to 19.50. Miscellaneous sales start 11:00 A. M.-Llvestock sales 1:30 P. M. e~dh Monday. S~lal S~rlng Feeder Cabtle and Calf Sale-Friday, /~pril 10. U, D. C. TO MEET 'TUESDAY Shimmering Taffeterlzed Cot- ton, 2V~ Yd.. Sweep--4 to 14. 97c $~w~on Bo~s Chapter, U. D. C. wl,ll .meet Tuesday, April 14 at 2:30 ,p. m. ~ ~he H~lleary House Mrs. Charles L~n,gdon and Mrs. l~ank (~ardner. ho~,te~ses. Please n~tlee ,~h~ ~e o~ pierce. ~]~LD THE CLASSIFIEDS ]tgAD THE SPIRIT-ADVOCAT MEN'S SIZES IN GINGHAM PLAID SPORT SHIRTS Sizes--Small, Medium, Large $1.22 I I i I I I BOUNCING BIG BUY FOAM RUBBER PILLOWS Allergy Free Pillows Zip-Off Cover. Iurry For The~e! i!!i! 7-plece set lO-inch covered .kille! {!i~ii~i~i ~ 3-quart cover'ed saucepan ili::ii " ~,. ~' 2-quart double-boiler insert :?.!:i::::.. 2-quart saucepan i ~* hanging rack Copper clad stainless steel . . . every piece perfect! Set beautifully boxed! No mistake! We're really cooking with value! This famous maker cookv are is heavy gauge stainless steel, has copper clad bottoms, Vapor-seal covers, stay-cool handles. Hurry! Hurry! Get yours now, buy for gifts.' VISIT, PENNEY'S with BARGAIN BASEMENT DAILY We Are Gradually Clean- ing Out Many ODDS and ENDS in Preparation for Moving to Our New Store. 30N AND FRIDAY NIGHT! PENNEY'S IS OPEN / \