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AND OTHER Weather Week has rapidly pass- We have really experien weather, cool, foggy and some more like autumn one week ago on some clouds off day and also sun- cool and cloudy in early even- more clouds and at~d sunshine with in afternoon. Lng quite a change the thermometer P. m. to 100 de- n hot July day be- ol dy at night with Ly morning heavy cloudy very little at night. 'Saturday a very nice day; ly morning clearing sunshine afternoon tffic on route 9 in co- clouds and at night icy morning cool and very nice day for a ~ae Blue Ridge which more beautiful every Wood in full bloom. ight spring morning. day) we honor By Mrs. Georgia Pearl Mothers Day and what a day to pay tribute to those living a~d those passed to the great beyond I feel most assured that all so- thers were remembered on Mo- all the day through even though she passed away fifty six years ago. Mother was as near and dear to me on this mothers day as the day she passed away; oh so many tng with hey. and Mrs. C. W. [li ![ Lloyd at the ,parsonage. Mr. Charles Hardy who has been in the hospital in Maryland for treatment is home now with his family and is showing some improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hytonen of Falls Church. Va. spent several days at their home along the t~lue Ridge Mountains. They are having some bulldozing work done for a a vegetable garden and a flower garden and also fruit trees. Mrs. Charles Garrett was a vial thers Day for my self I can say tor on Saturday night with her precious memories were with me daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Nell Slasher of hanson. Mrs. Ida Hardy of near Martins burg sperLt Mothers Day with her son Charles Hardy and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis and ,precious memories came to me. family were visitors ~aturday co- Isn't it wonderful we can know ening with the formers niece and and tell others what a precious husband Mr. and Mrs. Forrest christian mother we had ~o guide Hostler. us and teach us in the way we Quite a Settlement should live. I hope everyone can speak a word like that for their What is known as the major mother from just a child I can Fuller track of land along the rememrber her Christian life and Blue Ridge which consists of near- I know such wonderful memories one hundred acres of mountain of .her as those we will never for- land is getting to be quite a set- get and I often repeat the little tlement a number of beautiful poem as: Backward turn back- homes have been built. There is ward oh time in your flight, make electricity and several wells of me a child again for tonight, so- water, the roads to these homes ther come back from the echoless have al,l been bulldozed but being shore, take me again in your arms the red clay made traveling very as yore; so shall we always have much of a handdicap so all these a piece in our hearts for mother owners each paying their share have had a' new road made more for there Is none other can take of a hard surface and it is fimsh her place. ed and the owners tell me they are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett really enjoying the comforts of were supper guests Saturday even life. OF 'SPECIAL ELECTION ADDITIONAL SCHOOL LEVIES VOTERS OF JEFFERSON WEST VIRGINIA, TAKE NOTICE: Mrs. Howard Wilt and daughter Mrs. tavern Talton were business visitors in Brunswick, Md. Mon- day mornit~g. Mr. G. C. Pearl was a business visitor in Purcellville, Va. Wed- nesday. Birth of Son Mr. and Mrs. Nell Slasher of hanson are receiving congratulat- ions on a fine son room to them in Ill III The quotations of The Blue Rid ge Livestock Sales at Charles Town Monday, May 11, 1959. Receipts of cattle and calves moderate with a good demand for all calves, cows and hogs. Feature of sale was prime veal top $39.50; choice cattle top $29.- 70. -Choice butcher steers 28.00 to 29.70; good :butcher steers 26.00 to 28.00; plain to medium steers 24.- 00 to 26.00; choice ,lmtcher heifers 26.50 to 27.50; god butcher heifers 24.50 to 26.50; plain to medium heifers 20.00 to 24.00; good bulls 24.00 to 24.'/5; plain to medium bulls 20.00 o 24.00; commercial cows 21.00 to 21.90; utility cows 20.00 to 21.00; canners and cutters 19.75 down; cows by the head up to $196.00; stocker and feeder steers 25.00 to 32.00; stock heif- ers and :bulls by the .head up to 140+.00; Choice to ,prime calves 37.00 to 39.50; good butcher calves 33.00 to 36.00; medium butcher calves 30. 00 to 32.50; thin calves 29.00 .down heavy calves 25.00 to 35.00; Blue head grade lambs 25.90; red head grade lambs 24.60; red shoulder grade lambs 23.00; but- cher ewes 5.00 to 9.00; stock ewes per head 19.50; Good butcher hogs 17.25 to 17.- 70; medium butcher hogs 16.75 to 17.00; heavy 'butcher hogs 15.00 to 17.00; butcher sows 12.00 to 15.- 00; heavy feeders and light but- cher hogs 17.00 to 22.50; shoats per hundred 30.50 down; pigs per head 12.00 down; heavy boars 9.75 down; stags none; sows and pigs up to 85.00; stock boars up to 18.- 00. Miscellaneous Sales start 11:00 A. M.-~vestock sales 1:30 P. M. e~ch Monday. For Quick Results Use Our Classified Column. 1 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1959 FARMERS I 1959 OLDSMOBILE SUPER 88 CONVERTIBLE COUPE--If ever a car deserved the word "Super," this is it! From its slim, trim "Linear Look" styling to its spirited Rocket Engine, the Super 88 convertible is a car that's just plain wonderful to own.., a joy to drive. Its beauti- fully styled leather in~miors and increased roominess for passengers and luggage salve this convertible a family-fun car of highly practical proportions. Your local authorized Oldsmobile Quality Dealer offers convertibles in all three Olds series for '59. WASHINGTON I I Charles Town General ~Hospital on Sunday morning, May 10 twelve Secretary of the Board of Education of the County minutes after twelve a. m. the. new hereby certify that at a special meeting held April arrival tipped the scales at 9 l,bs. Board of Education of the County of Jefferson, 6 oz. and has been named Daniel of the Jefferson County School District, et which ~tn was present and acting throughout, of which Kevin Slasher. The Sushers now hereof was given to all members according to law, have three children, another son made and entered into the record as follows: David and daughter Barbara Jean. Mother was the former F_~ta of Education of the County of Jefferson, being of the Piper daughter of Mrs. Charles the maximum levies for current expenses authorized Garrett and the late Ollie Piper of Chapter 11 of the Code of West Virginia, as last our community. Mr. ~lusher is not provide stffficient funds for the payment of the the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hurbert of The Board of ~Education of the County of Jef- Slushe.r of Ransom mditures for the purposes hereinafter set forth, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Piper and ~aould be held to increase such levies, it Ls Mr. and Mrs. George Talton and '~ Ollie Hawk were visitors Friday purpose for ~x!c+h additional funds ares r~eeded is: tnvo children and Mr. and Mrs. _ expenditures mrli~il~,, the General Current+n ~,pense night with Mr. and Mrs. Howard ~.-tu~ent operating eRi~s, such as, supplemen~ng Wilt and family. non-teacher salaries afi~{:r~ilater~ance of schools if~ ~;~r, and Mrs. John ~owe were] under the jurisdiction ~ The Board of Educa- ~l~i~$~,~.unday with the formers] of Jefferson. ~ sister afl~H~and Mr. and Mrs. [ amount needed for "sal~.)~urpase, be- G. C. Pearl a~."~l~dh0me. I i~ exoneratlons, dlsd~l~tts, etc., is Mr. Charles (Y~tr~. ~pding ] 0~ five years, sevtral days at the'~M~r~.N~utK [ .~ -'~s~ssed valuation of er ,home" while her d~gi~e~'i~ |h I the County of Jefferson Clmrles Town Hospital with her E'lass ri - $8,719,155; Classinfant son Mrs. Garrett is taking care of the home until the daugh- IV - $4,800,050. ,Aggregate - $34,585,595. ter returns. rate of levy in cents per $100 assessed Mrs. Pearl Johnson of Murrell class of property is ~s follows: Hill was a recent visitor at the cents; Class H- 45.90 cents; Class 1TI-91.80 home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard y&= ~:?~ .... ~~, Wilt ........ proposed years to which these additional levies Reunion AtHardy Home the fiscal years beginning July I, 1959, July 1, There was a reunion Sunday at July 1, 1962, and July I, 1963, not to exceed the home of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Harding when the mother and bro the question of such additional levies shall be sub- ther and sisters were present at at a ISpeeial Election to be held on the 191h noon. Everyone each prepared din ner of fried chicken and that good of such election to be given to publications and country ham with all the other ap as provided by Chapter 11, Article 8, ~ection petizing good eats were served. of West ~qlvginia, as last amended, On Thursday morning ~bout 8 a. m. RoUte 9 was "busy for a ol the law concerning general elections shall while. Hagens Big Circus was moo as they are practicable. A special ballot will be ing on its way to ~harles Town for election. the big 3 ring circus tliat day, We ballot to be used at said sp~ election shall be ,were sitting at t~te table enjoying a~ follows: breakfast as the show was passing SPECIAL LEVY ELECTION bY it reminded my of my child hood days when dad would take TO AUWHORIZE ADDITIONAL LEVIES the family to a big circus at Rich YEAR~ ~EGINNING JULY 1, 1959; JULY 1, mond. Ind. JULY I. 1962; JULY 1, 1963; AND FOR THE Mrs. Howard V~llt and daughter . ~EXhW_,ND~ ~ THE Mrs. tavern Talton and Mrs. EXP~Hk~E BUDGET FOR CURRENT OP- Betty Ring motored to Shannon- SUL-~ AS, S-~ -~' - -G TEACI-~ER dale Thursday with a well filled S~J.~RIES ANT) MAINTENANCE OF basket of lunch where the for- THAT AI~ UNDER THE JUI%ISDICTION mers husband with twoof his era- OF EDUCATION OF THE COUNTY OF J~- ployees were working. The women APPROXIMATELY $197,677 ANNUALLY FOR folks e~Joyed the lunch as well as 'PIVE Y-F_,AR~, ACCORDING TO THE ORDER OF the men folks. They say the out- EDUCATION OF THE COUNTY OF J~N, ing was great. HE 21ST DAY OF APRIL, 1959. 'Mrs. Lena +Belle Hawk was a via NAt +LEVZES SHALL ,BE ON CLASS I PROP- it~r Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. T~; ~S II I~OPERTY 45.9 CENTS; CI_d~S Mr. and Mrs. James B. Harris Ii.8 CENTS; CLASS IV PROPERTY 91.8 CENTS. aDd family of Neersville, Va. were ( ) I~:)R THE LEVIES wisitors recently with the latters ( ) AOAIN'ST THE LEVIES rr~ther Mrs. Bessie Pearl, textured Ondule ith Satin Back and Dacron, 50" wide and in eighteen (18) Mrs. Annie Wilt and Mrs. Mabel Wilt who have been taking turns __ THE .LEVIES PLACE (X) IN THE SQUARE about caring 'for their ,m0~her Mrs. ,,~'~t'E LEVY": THO~E AGAIN'ST SUCH ~ M~e Ott of Murrell Hill Who has z~l'lE SQUARE BEFORE "AGAINBT THE ~." been verY III are now at their res- THE BOARD OF EDUCATION pectlve homes. Their mother is OF THE COUNTY o OF JEFFERSON much improved and is now spend- ing some time with her daughter By L. J. McDONALD, President. lV~rs. Myrtle Wilt in Charles Town. A. LOWERY, Secretary. Those visiting in the home of LOOK. LO0 Mr. and Mrs. John,Runion the past week were Mr. and Mrs: Char - lie ~haffer, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph K-LOOK Rickel of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ott and tw0 children of MAY SALE Murrell Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Harry ilItUAL Longerbeam and family,. Miss Ruby Engle, Rev. C. W. Lloyd, Mr, Ed Turner and Mr. C. N. Hawk. 'Mrs. Annle Wilt, Mrs. Rosebud MeDaniel, dau~htGr Sheila and SILK SALES R00M ^" OarnettWllt visited Mrs. Myrtle Wilt ~nd mother Mrs. Mar gzret M, Ott who Is convalescing L at her daughters on WednesdaY. -O,,T , VIRGINIA Mrse Wilt "wras host ess My 18 - 23, i9s9 a ,upperware l~rty on Friday. Those ,present were Mrs. Yola Oft o~ Jefferson Avenue, Mrs. EStelle Rickel of Charles T0~vn, Mrs. Dor- othy Ranatli of Jefferson Terrace, l~rs. Ida Mac LaRue, Mrs. Mar- garet Hostler, Miss Emma Lee Has ihru Friday--8"00 A. M. to 4.30 P.M. tier, Mr$.Janicd~H0~fl~i'~ Mrs. rVir aturday--8:00 A. M. to 11:45 A.M. glnla Wilt, Mrs. Ethel Lancaster o~ Maanl~gs, .Mrs. Georgia I~Pe+ r, the largest and most varied display of rs..Rasetta Talton and Nir . r~,oseoud McD~niel of 'Chestt~ut : we have ever had to offer at such prices. Hill. Refreshments of'deVirlS f0od Cotton Rayon Linen, Cotton and Dacron cake, chocolate and cocoanut cake and potatoe chips also c~ffee and Cupioni PlintS, Silk Broadcloths. and ~soft drinks were~ served. At7 loom for draperies and curtains: The had a wonderful time. Mrs. Mar- geret Hooe of Millville was de- monstrator. SEE FOR YOURSELf. or TELEPHONE ORDERS !l! be ac- le Prices. IAY 18 - 23, 1959 A t c Garnett J..Wilt is spend- ing a "~'eek in New Jersey with some frmucs while he is on ~ fur lough. " ' ~ NO HuNT rNG, NO TRESPASS ING SIGNS F0r Sale at~t~t office Of the Spirit of SeJ~ferson,~Advoc~.te ] North oe orge Strut, Char e I TOwn., ~Buy'Yd~" fieed~ tong "2~'r' 1 O~t. 2 - tf,--ac Dr. Marietta Eichetberger of CMcago, Illinois, Former Director of Home Economic~ and Nutrition ~er~ce, Eeaporated Milk Asso- dation. ADVOCATE 7--B + ,+ W "I took a trip through the Wonder Research Laboratories and a Wonder Bakery, and frankly I was amazed at what I saw. As a home economist I was particularly interested in the Wonder Research Laboratories and the important . tests that are made there. ' he efficiency and cleanlihess are evident everywhere. The great care taken in the baking of Wonder Bread con- vinced me that it's the best bread made today. I can certainly understand why so many people prefer Wonder Bread. It not only tastes delicious, but it has im- portant food elements that help build strong bodies 12 ways." 5-WAY CONTROL MEANS: (1) ingredient evaluation [ (2) process improvement (3) product evaluation ! l (4) product improvement (5) flavorimprovement What Wonder Bread Can Do For Your Children, For You And Your Husband What does a home economist want Wonder Bread contains 12 essential This suggests that you do 3 things: i in a bread? food elements that help your child (1) Start your child eating 8 slices W~ D~ ~ .~J~ The same things every mother grow normally, of Wonder Bread today. , sz wants for her family--goodness. The amounts of these 12 food (2) Measure your child s height ,~.~..~. Goodness assured by scientific elements in Wonder Bread are corn- and weigh him today. laboratory control in clean bakeries pared with similar amounts con-(3) See how height and weight ][ m~t' [ ~J~ ~&~ ,.. and top-quality ingredients, tained in other foods, increase in 3 months; 6 months; = ~m.~ I ~ ~ Which is why more women buy ThisdoesnotsuggestthatWonder each year. .~ ~-+ ~"~m'~, Wonder Bread than any other brand. Bread take the place of these other ...... g~ll~ +~,,~. | ~-'-:~' ' "~ . They know it helps children grow foods. Or that your child is deficientfresh ann renaer (~ ~ ~='~--~" bigger and stronger 12 ways. in any of these elements, particularly You should have no trouble getting + t cobalt, copper, zinc and manganese, your child to eat plenty of big, new ~mv e~,t~ 4 ~o0o _- 12 Ways To Growth However, the fact is Wonder Wonder Bread. " For normal physical and mental Bread does contain each of the 12Because it is fresh with a tender Fhm~ f~r Io+ dch / development, children must get a food elements approximately in the texture and crust; a mouth-watering {~k#'/.~.. "~.~P" well-balanced diet of protein, fat, amounts shown, aroma. And--makes perfect toast. carbohydrates, vitamins and miner- Thus, when you give Wonder ' Get big, new Wonder Bread fresh 1 - als, such as come in'meats, milk, Bread to your child, you know you from your grocer today, S - ommmm eggs, fruit, green-leafed and yellow are helping your child grow bigger And start helping your child grow Vitamin B ~~t~ much v ..... ,. vegetables, and stronger 12 ways. bigger and stronger 12 ways. ~,,,.f=,~ ^... ~k! ~ ' @ 1959, CONTINENTAL BAKING COMPANY, tn~ ,7 -,. .... 8 --' ~ help~.in~La tm ~ppii~ by mlmt~l k~hkt~e,r~rboby- IO -.-,., smchC~'k*muehCob~It I mb fo~ bem~lebLa for l~lZ ~" O+lll+s.l ,llnlp+Inr .~.~ lll~'k~ Nhm I#+ tA+ l~..kml l~,l+l ~itl~. i iii (