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AND OTHER By Mrs. Georgia Pearl ,there is al- give on the wea- the past week changeable, cool, showers one week morning the weather heavy and rain e day and on dense fog with rain Wednesday course we were VCelcome back sun- a nice day. Thurs Wonderful morning and that fresh of Blue Ridge, edium would one and its free. Fri- and later traffic heavy due festival con tin- morning and 'heavy traf from Apple On Sunday tourist tak- day, morning everyone hope to leave more news next week. I must ram Lie along. Miss Arbutus and Antionnette have really been busy going places They played in the band l~'riday evening a~, the opening of the new race track in Charles Town and on Saturday morning motored to Martinsburg to play in a parade there. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and daughter Cinthy Lou and son Lee and Mr. and Nlrs. Calvin Lancas- ter of Murrell Hill were visitors Saturday with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jackson are enjoying the visit of their lit- tle grandson who is visiting wi,th them. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jackson of Baltimore, Md. Rev. C. W. Lloyd filled his reg- ular appointment Sunday morning at eleven a. m. and reading from the book of Ephesians the 5th chapter beginning at the twenty second reading to the close of chapter for the subject he chose the twenty third verse. A very in- teresting message. Mrs. Annie Wilt spent Thurs- a roar, smooth listening is yours at all times latest hearing-seeing duet - a slim-trim eyeglass lass hearing aid with exclusive AVC (Auto- to soften sudden, loud noises. Fashion-thin men and women. Also latest "Tuck-A-Way" styles don't wear glasses. COME IN. SEE AND HEAR FOR YOURSELF-- ;town ROY B. FURR, Manager Hagerstown 'REgent 3-3242 or ( Town 825 STop AT THE SIGN OF THE SMILING TIRE DEALER _ IIII I I " ~// In nu )m n / QUALITY | I~ ~ ' tyN~ CONSTANT WATER SUPP ALUMINUM HANDLE .~~ I ANy GARDEN Hose "O'F CONTROL VALVE 'k~! 3 ROTATING BRUSH" ~w~, no cash N.oOmO B.F.Goodnch )afety.S Raym THE ECONOMY TIRE FOR ECONOMY- DRIVING As ~ow as WEEKLY )95* 15" 25* 6.70-15 7.10-15 7.60-15 *Plus tax and Re*readable Tire CHARLES TU WN, W. VA. Smileage Dealer !!: d~y a~'~;i l~r~daY w,,th h0r mother, Mrs. Mae Ott of Murrell Hill. Mrs. Wilt reports her mother is improv inf. Miss Arbutus and Antionnette Wilt spent Friday night with their brother Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilt and daughter Patsy of Char- les Town. Miss Antionnette and Arbutus Wilt were in Winchester, Vs. early on Friday morning and played in the Charles Town Band m the ,feature parade. Mrs. Myrtle Wilt and daughter Mrs. Lavern Talton were business visitors in Brunswick, Md. Mon- day morning. Mrs. Deloris Jenkins and child- ren were dinner guests Thursday with her aunt Mrs. Lillian Gar- rett. Mrs. Lizzie Longerbeam is back on the sick list again. Best wishes to you aunt Lizzie from everyone of us that you will soon be out and around again. Mrs. Annie Wilt and Mrs. Edith Garret* were dinner guests Tues- day with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. !Lloyd at the parsonage. The girls ~were doing some papering at the parsonage, Miss Arbutus and Antionnette Wilt played in t'ile Charles Town Band for the l~iremans parade which was in Charles Town Fri- day night. Mr .and Mrs. William Wilt spent the weekend with the latters mother Mrs. Mac Ott of Murrell Hill. 'Mrs. Otrt has been very ill but we are very proud to report at this wri,ting she is showing some improvement. Trust you con tinue to do so. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Larue and son Lonnie and daughter Connie of Murrell Hill were Saturday night gues~ts with *'he formers par ents Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garret* .niy ncI;hzw Mr. S,l~c-[lcr yd~d my husbands nephew Mr. Wilt that they have become close friends. Mr. Wilt has visited in Bowling Green, Fla. the home of Mr. Ste,t lets parents a~nd just a few weeks' ago he told me he spent the week end with Mr. Stetler and ,his new bride who are living near the place they are stationed. I was so proud to meet Mr. Wilt today in talking with him I just felt as though I was in Bowling Green, Fla. with the entire Stetler family and just received an announce- men~t from my great he ice and her husband Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bur nette ,th'at they .are the happy parents of ra 7 Ib and 12 oz son. Born April 27 and have named him Gerald Duane and that I now :am great great aunty which makes me feel very proud but ,for my husband he can say he is great great great uncle which there are five generations living something to be ve~T proud of and he really is. By Miss LiUian Myers The many frieids of Mr. C. W. Khitmer are sorry to know he is critically ill in Kings Daughters Hospital in Martitqsburg. Mrs. Robert Ellertson and Miss Evelyn ,Huddle of Washing*oh were recent gues t,~ of their sister and brother-in-laW Mr. and Mrs, Jesse Boyd. Mr. larancls Slo~t of rBa~1more, Md. spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and ~rs. W. B. ~Sloat. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Snyder a.nd Miss Maria S~.vder spent several days in Bul'timore lust week. Little Nanebte Grant of Sarver, P3. l:; ::pcil'dtng / liz1?c Wilt] her aunt Mrs. Paul Henderson and Mrs. Leo Anderson. Mrs. G. H. Hend,rieks has return ed to her home ,after having been a patient for some weeks in Kings Daughters Hospital Mar(;insburg. Mrs. Hendricks fell at her home and fractured her hip. The frac- ture was pinned together and her friends are glad to know she is now recovering nicely, Mr. and ~qh's. Ca,lvin Grove of Baltimore spent the weekend with her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd. Mrs. J. S. Sergent and child- ren have returned home from a visi.t with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Vassar in Charleston, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mercer and son Vaughn of Middletown, Pa. spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and JMrs. Clifton Graves. aMr. and Mrs. Lueas Belt of Bal ,timore, Md. were recent weekend guest.s of their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hammond and Mi~ Cam illa Wittshire. A dauffhter was born Monday morning May 4th to Mr. and Mxs. Roy Harrison in Kings D~tughters Hospital Ma~insburg. Mrs. Har- rison is the former Miss Sylvia Housden. daughter o,I" Mr. and Mrs. Millard Housden. Little Deborah Kay Payne has been confined to her home with an attack of measles. Mr. and Mrs. Victor M. Osbourn and Mrs. Lee Satterfield of Char- les Town were gues,ts of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Renalds Sunday even ~ing. Truck freight rose sharply dur- ing December. President calls talks on defense spending. a'r'r n emaw sit, nay NO It r, TO C'REDTTO /< To the Creditors and Beneficiar ies of the Esl, ate of I,o)fisa Middle kauff. All peraon~ lmving claims n- gainst the estate of the said Lou- isa Middlekauff, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit, same; with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned at his oH]ce in Charles Town, W. Va. on or before ~he 7th day of Novmeber, 1959; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all i benefit of said Estate. All benefit iaries of said Estate are notified to be present on said day to pro- !tect their interests. Given under my hand this 7th day of May 1959. T. W. STEPTOE Commissioner of Accounts Charles Town. W. Va. May 7-3T- gPIRTT GF .IEVFER:qON r.a urr a ADVOCATE TI|I~ILqI)AY, MAY 7, 1!)59 :I---B For Quick Reshlts Use Our Classified Column. FOR YOUR .HIX CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVII,LE, W. VA. Millville Plant No. Charles Town Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 II !1' In _ 18' ~ I .] II I Ill Ill I I~ U Available Now -- Good I sed Trailers. Low Rental Advance and Low Monthly Payments. Rent Applies to Purchase. We 1)eliver and Block to your location. Route 15, Open Daily TRAILER SA ES 1-Mile South of Frederick, Md. to 8:00 P. M. Including Sunday and Mrs. G. C. Pearl were bus- .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. I iness visitors in F'rederick, Md. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Braekett and son of Virginia and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis and family were visi,tors recently with Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler at their home. Farmers Planting Corn Farmers taking advantage of corn planting time Mr. G. C. Pearl finished planting Saturday and also Mr. John Runion ,qnd the nice rain which came late Sat~ urday morning and with sunshine should soon bring the corn throu- gh ~he earth sweet corn and beans was planted about ten days a~o and showing the full length of the rows. Potatoes are looking thrifty a wonderful time of the year and to everything so much alive. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garret* were isitors Friday evenine with their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Neil Slasher and son David and daughter B~rbara Ann of Ran son. Enjoying 15 Day Furlough A1/c Garnet Wil,t who is sta,t- ioned in Homestead, Florida arriv ed home Saturday to s,laend a fif-i tee~ day furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Hum~'hrey Wilt and his sisters and brothers. We" are very proud to meet with fine~ young men ~gaI'n.' I feel cevtaiv every one was glad,to see 'his smil ing face so glad he was with us in Sunday school and services for myself I was happy to have the opportunity to shake hands and have a little cha, t with him. I have a nephew Richard Allen Stetler who is also stationed at Home- stead. F'lorida. These two young' men were strangers when sta~tion ed in Florida bu't it was throu-h JII I _ n I THE MELVIN T. STRIDER CO. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 35 - Telephones - 162 J___l_ ill I t lfl - . . H. S. CLOPPER, JR. Insurance, Real Estate and Bonds Formerly W. Berry Grove Agency 120 E. Washington Street Chades Town, W. Va. Telephone 216 O O II I I I I LOWEST ANNUAL RATES TERMITE-FREE PROPERTIES ~( i~ :, This is the strongest, most complete termite protection ever of- fered by the world's l:~rgest termite control organization. * Bruce-Terminix assumes the entire responsibility for safe- guarding your home against future termite damage. 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