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GOING ON IN . . RANSON Roy Breeden to have the news in ~oon so I can get it on Tuesday night. ~to hear that.Jim Ranson Inn is doing knee operation last the Newton D. Bak We all hope ,he will and around soon. I-~nders has taken in the Ranson Inn whtch was occup- and Mrs Bill Hi,tt. Mrs. Russell McAboy Eddie and Mr. John Was visitor on Satur- and Mrs. Richard and family. St~ttlemyer, grand- and Cpl. and Mrs. of Middletown, guests on Wed- g yith Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smallwood night visitors with Breeden and sons. Edgar Smallwood night visitors width and sons. Young .'has uccep- at the on Monday mar Mrs. Richard Braith- visitors width Mr. and Braithwaite and Mr. faro- while Debbie Mr. and Mrs. Harry Long of Hollywood, Florida spent ,the week end with Mrs. Susie Glaize and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Tha~pe of Ranson. Mrs. Jack Baden of Brucetown who has spent several weeks with Telephone 256-JX her cousin Mrs. Susie Glaize has returned to :her home in Bruce- town. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Levi of and Rickie stayed wit'h ~their aunt Berryville spent Sunday with Mrs. Mrs. Hortense Breeden on Friday Levi's mother Mrs. Susie Glaize night. , in Ransom :Mr. and Mrs. ChaHes Costello, Mrs. Pearl Henry and Mrs. Es- Mrs. Marguerite Lane and Mr. Savage of Neville, Pa. and John Smallwood were all Saturday Carol Savage of Wasllington are viistors with Mr. and Mrs. Roy spending a few days with Mr. and Breeden and sons. Mrs. Hllbert Robinson of Ransom Mrs. Virginia Peer and family Mr. and Mrs. Richard Braith- viM,ted at the home of Mr. Arthur wai,te and family visited on Tues Webb and family on Monday even day night with Mr. and Mrs. Ed- mg. "" - ~ rtet made gar Smallwood and Mr. and Mrs. "The Key ~ing~" ,~ua John Braithwaite of Byrds Or- up of Francis Frye, Donald Frye, chard. Bob Wells and David Webb sang Mrs. Arthur Viands of the Ran- at t, he Mount Jackson Lion's Club son Inn along with Mrs. Margar- Show in Mount Jackson, Va. on et Whitmore and Mr. and Mrs. Friday evening. Harvey Schultz attended the Kit- Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Baden of chen Shower in Middletown, Va. Brucetown, Va. were Sunday viM- on Thursday given by Mrs. Hilda tars wit,h Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stot,tlemyer in honor of her son Olaize. and his new bride of Canada. Cpl. Mr. Arthur Webb and daughter and Mrs. Benny Stottlemyer. They Elizabeth and son David were re- received many nice and useful cent su,pper guests of Mr. and Mrs. gi,fts. Everyone wished them the Dineen Welsh of Bakerton. Jest of luck. Mrs. Vernon Webb and son of The Key Kings spent the past Millville visLted with Miss Eliza- veekend in Danville, Va. attend- beth Webb on Friday. ing a Barber Shop Quartet Con- M~:s. George Breeden and faro- test and won in honor of being' ily visited on Sunday witth her son named as one of ,the Too Ten and daughter-in-4aw Mr. and Mrs. Quartets. The Barber Shoppers Roy Breeden and sons. are giving a show on May 2 at the Mr. and Mrs. Donald Webb at- Junior High school. tended a "1960" Television show- Mrs. Ethel and Ruth Watson of ing in Baltimore, Md. recently.Preston Street spent Sunday with Art and Keith spent the day with sister Mrs. Maude W. Payne. their grandfather 'Mr. Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowers of Webb and family. Pa. was a weekend guest with Mr. and 'Mrs. Howard OF JEFFERSON APRIL 16, 1959 this handy coupon for mail orders) JAYCEE CIRCUS FUND BOX 432 - CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. advance tickets for the Hagen Bros. Circus, at the Charles Town Turf Club grounds, on May 7, 1959. I understand that 50% of all go to the Children's Haven. mail or deliver to me: (over 12) Adult General Admission at $1.00 Children General Admission at 75c for Reserved Seats: Reserved Seats Matinee at 60c Reserved Seats Night at 60e Total Enclosed 't.. ..,,, . , ..,. ,...,.,...., ,.. ... wm ma-. ADVOCATB Ashwood. Mr. and Mrs, Howard Ashwood 5---8 visited with t;heir daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clem and family near Winchester ,Va, last Wednesday fright. ,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mauck and daughters of Ranson attended a birthday party on Sunday given by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trenary at their home in Williamsport in honor, of Mrs. Trenary's father Mr. Wilson Mauck. Those helping him celebrate were Mrs. Mable Cranenberg and daug'hter Genny Mac. Miss Patsy Mauck, Nancy Graham and Betty Uterback and Mr .Bobby Writt. Refreshments were served. He received many nice gifts and everyone left wish- ing him many more ha~ppy birth- days. Sunday visitors with Mr. and ........ Mrs. Howard Ashwood were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braceini of Pitts- ...... , .... .i. . . . .... ........ burgh, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. l~red Har m6n of Dundalk, Md. and Miss Edna Jackson of Ransom Mrs. Lilhan Thorpe, Mrs. Willie ........ Conklyn and Mrs. Ealla Hardy all of the Blakeley Apartment were ........ Sunday evening visitors wi,th Mrs. iMaude W. Fayne. ........ Mrs. Santon B. Crawford held a big dinner in her home on Wed nesday evening. Those. present were Mrs. Ella Haines, Mrs. Eva Mrs. Preston Feagans, Mrs. M. C. Trussell and Mr~ How Clemlen~~ Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ashwood ~nd Mrs. Charles Bowers were Sat urday supper guests of the Slus'h ers and Wilsons of Leetown. :Mr. Warren Wolfe, daughter Sharon and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wolfe of Annondale, Va. were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kemp. LE By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Mr. Raleigh Snowden of Young ,~//:~/; stown, Ohio is spending awhile largest termite control orgamzahon with his sister Mrs. Mamie 'Mar- ANTEE ,tin. $5000 GUAR Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Ambrose, = Mrs. George Gageby and dough- ! Against Future Termite Damage ~7~" C'~'~" ter Dorrene visited Mr .and Mrs. Lee Lucas in Brunswick Saturday Represented nationally by over 1800 lumber dealers TERMINIX REPRESENTATIVE-- 47 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. You Wouldn't Have lfouse with Half-a-bath afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Welty viM- ted Mr .and Mrs. Harold Covert and ~family in Winchester 'Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry nancy and baby of Martinsburg visited her mother Mrs. Mamie Martin Sun- day. Mrs. Owens Johnston and two sons Billy and Samuel of near i Charles Town visited Mr. and i Mrs. Marvin Breeden and 'family Sunday. Mr. Richard Rutherford, ~Vh's. Dorothy Price of Baltimore visi- ted Mr. and Mrs. Harry Locke Sunday. :Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Owens of Tablers Sta.tion spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Spitzer and family. NOTICE! so why have a house wi'th HOUSEPOWER? Yet this very day, 4 out of 5 homes are inadequately wired for today's electrical living ! Step T up to F U L L H?? SEPOWER through Certified Wiring and start WHEREAS on the first day of April, 1959, C. W. Spiker, dba Spiker Motor :Sales, East Wash- ington Street, Charles Town, West Virginia, under the provisions of Chapter 38, Article II, :Section 4 of the Code, gave notice ~o Harry R. Shaw, 1305 Fourth Street N. W. Washington, D. C., that unless the amount of Two Hundred Fifteen and 21/100 Dollars ($215.21), ,to- gether with ~costs of storage ~from April 1, 1959, until the date of sale was paid on or before the 15th day of April, 1959 to Spiker Motor :Sales for repairs, improve- merits and storage on that cer- taln 1953 Chrysler 4-door Sedan, Serial Number 70090833, ~Model Number C51-65462, ~the same would be sold at public auction and, WHEREAS the said Harry R. Shaw has failed to pay the said sum due and owing on the same and, WHEREAS the said Spiker Mo- tor Sales is holding the said ve- hicle to satisfy its lien .thereon a- gainst Harry R. Shaw, .the owner or person on whose account the automobileis held. Notice is hereby given that the said Spiker Motor Sales will sell enjoying: CONVENIENCE, SAFETY, ,the said descl~bed 1953 Chrysler, 4-door Sedan at public auction to and, ENOUGH HOUSEPOWER for to- satisfy its lien against the same day s living and the A l I Electric in front of the Court House in Future. Charles Town, West Virginia on May 1, 1959, at 10:30 o'clock A. M. See Your Electrical Contractor or Eastern Daylight Time. C. W. SPIKER DBA TtIE PoToMAC LIGHT & POWER CO. Spiker Motor Sales Charles Town, W. Va. April 1G and 23. Donnie Breeden and Donna Spitzer are housed in with the measles. The Keeler Chapel Fellowship held ~heir mor~hly meeting Mon- day mgh~ at t~e home of Joyce Gageby wi,th ~ nice o, ttendance. Those .present were Wayne and Charles Welty, Gary and Susie Viands, Gary and Perry Staubs, Donna, Carol, David and Joyce Gageby, Ida Mary Butler, Carole Staubs. Mrs. Betty Kidwiler, Mr. and Mrs Dan Dopson, Mrs. Ka- ~thryn We~]ty, Mrs. Harry Gageby, Mr. and Mrs. David Gageby, Miss Edith Eaton. Mrs. Mary Engle of Reedson vis ited her 'parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gageby Monday night. Miss Dorrene Ga.geby spent Sun day with Miss Carolyn Hoffmaster a,t Bakerton. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fraiser of Ranson spent Sunday with his parents '.Mr. and Mrs. John Frais- er, Turbine engine may lift helicop ter sales. High court reaffirms ban on a wife's testimony. | FORT DRIVE - IN On Route 340-~2 Miles West of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Thurs - Fri. April 16 - 17 ---DOUBLE FEATURE-- "A world of savage women war- riors maLking Love-,Slaves of .the men who fall into their baited traps !" "LOVE-SLAVES OF THE AMAZONS" in Color with Don Taylor ~md Gianna Seagle---ALSO "HELL-ON-WHEELS . . FIRED-UP FOR ANY FHRIL'L!" "THE RACERS" in Celor and Cinemascope with Kirk Douglas - Bella Darvi Saturday Only April 18 ~DOUBLE FEATURE-- You have heard Bobby Helms sing about it.. Now is the time to see it-- "F R A U LE IN " FRANKLY SHOCKING - AND SHOCKINGLY FRANK ! in Color and Cinemascope with Dana Wynter - Mel Ferrer ALSO~ ."The Earth swaxmed with his thundering men on horsebackF' "VILLA" in Color and Cinemascope with Brian Keith - Cesar Romero and Margia Dean 1. Lower 2. Improved Water System. 3. Better Fire Proh A Fire Plug. I Ill 1000 Feet of Sun. - Man.April 19 - 20 The Story of the Day the Whole West burst into Flame!" "FROM HELL TO TEXAS" in Color and Cinemascope Don Murray - Diane Varsi Chill Wills PLUS :--Color Cartoons rues.- Wed. - April 21 - 22 LIMITED ENGAGEMENT! "PEYTON PLACE" in Cinemascope and Color Lana Turner - Terry Moore - Russ Tamblyn NOTE:--Admission For This Out- standing Show:~ Adults 60c; Children Free 4. Improved 6. Police Protection. Lit hts. 8. Representation on City The City Willth ;ce/ve $2 .00 for every with this money. day from the Bace plished Rill @@@@@e@@ @ ~Nctoil 1~ itsett. @@ Does v,v . fl! so'e$ sPOt _. Oe ooooeOOeOeu" See a demonsti'ation of THIS IS IT! amazing new Filter-Stream action. See how easily you can trade your old washer on thisall-in-onewasher- YOU HAVE THE ASSURANCE OF YOUR ( TY dryer. See the space y/u'll ) ) n av -o y THAT WE DO NOT I ROI OSE TO A L T E R A N Y COUNCIL EXISTING MONEY PEOPLES SUPPLY Phone 17 Charles Town, W. Va. TRAILER CAMPS OR OR STABLES IN WHICH OUR PEOPLE HAVE INVESTED THEIR MONEY IN GOOD FAITH. WE PRO- POSE TO PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT SO LONG AS ALL PROP- ERTIES MEET SANITARY CONDITIONS. ) (Paid I olitical Adv.) i!~ i~ii !il :i! i i? //i !ii!