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GROWTH SAVINGS It's r gularity that counts in making a bank balance grow big. Make a savings deposit with us as regularly as you're paid, and make progress toward your goals l Visitors From Many ,On Marvelled At IBeauty Of Section Mrs. John A. Purcell, member of the Shenandoah Garden Club and director of this years House and Garden Tour held April 24- 25 reports visitors from many states came to Jefferson county and tahis section of the Shenan- doah Valley at .the time when the countryside was at it's most beau- tiful. Much enthusiasm was ex- hibited by tourists as they travel- ed through Jefferson and Berkeley counties concerning the haze of apple blossoms which covered the countryside and also over the pre sence of so many handsome homes i Colonial and contemporary, gar- dens, churches and public build- ings in an area rich in history and beautiful scenery. Mrs. Purcell and members of the Shenandoah-Potomac Garden Council were ex, tre mely pleased with the flow of visitors. Members of the garden clubs and interested individual members were on duty during the tour and many assi.vt= ed in the preliminary plans. Mrs. Purcell complimented the work of Mrs. David McMillan who assem- bled the information for the tour brochure and Mrs. W~ R. Gute- kunst, president of .the Council, Mrs. H. P. Schley of S,hepherds- town and Mrs. James M. Mason, III, of Charles Town. Mrs. Purcell and ,the members of the Garden Council expressed appreciation to Mr. and Mrs. Leeds K. Riely and Mr. Henry B. Davenport for opening "Altona": to Mrs. H. B. Dick for the "Rocks" to Dr. and Mrs. John A. Washing- ton for "Harewood"; to Mrs. Car Icy Dawson for the "Mill"; to Mrs. Julia Davis Healy for "Media": to Miss Elsie Murphy for her gar- den and the Old Charles Town li- brary; to Mr. and Mrs. John A1- friend for their garden: to ReD. and Mrs. Carlyle McDonald for the Presbyterian Church; to Mr. Henry Snyder for the Jefferson County Court House; to Mrs. Hen ry McDonald for her home in Harpers Ferry: to Sena,tor and Mrs. Clarence E. Martin for their home and garden and the garden of Mr. and Mrs. El,inar J. Boland; to Mr. and Mrs. A. Lovelace Star- liper for their home in Martins- burg; to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Burk h,art for their collection of antiq- ue automobiles; to Mrs. H. H. Williams for her formal garden; to Dr. and Mrs. Edmund J. Lee for the "Crooked House" and to Dr. and Mrs. Oliver S. Ikenberry for "McMurran Hall" at Shepherd College. Cooperation from these many in terested people made it possible to fulfill the Council's objective in ac cumulating funds for the furnish- ing of Historic Harper House in the Harpers Ferry National Mon- ument and to acquaint tourist~ with the splendor of this area. If you never advertise, some r~O ple will never hear of you, or what you have to offer. ATTEND CHURCH SIYNDAY Mrs. Martin Talks io Lions On Mental Health The Charles Town Lions Club met in regular session Tuesday ev ening, May 5th at the Thomas Jefferson Hotel with vice president Edgar Poole presiding. Program chairman ~Iarry Lewis presented Lioness "vVillard Martin who spoke on Mental Illness. Her talk was very interesting and en- joyed by all. Announcement was made that the election of officers for the 1959-60 would be held Tuesday, ~May 12. all members are urged to be on hand. The club will sponsor another g--B THURSDAY, MAY Record Hop on May 15 at the Jr. 'H.4gh School also another on May 30 at the Jefferson Memorial Park if arrangements can be made. The clubs regular monthly scrap paper collection will be Saturday May 16. No further business the meeting adjourned. Red China gradually vie~ ties, STETSON Read The SPIRIT-ADVOCATE Many Styles At RUBBER STAMPS:---Made any Size you desire.Quick and Effi- cient Service. Telephone 222, SPIRrr OF JEFFERSON - AD- VOCATE OFFICE, North George Street. TOWN AND CLOTHIERS g Available Now -- Good Used Trailers. Low Rental Advance and Low Monthly Payments. Rent Applies to Purchase. We l)eliver and Block to your location. Route 15, Open Daily RAILER SA ES 1-Mile South of Frederick, Md. to 8:00 P. M. Including Sunday CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PENNEY DAYS C EAN.U i!< Across From The Court House A Community Corner Stone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION SHOP -- COMPARE -- ANYWHERE -- YOU WILL DISCOVER WHY IT ALWAYS PAYS TO "SHOP AT PENNEY'S" PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL--- BOY'S DENIM JEANS SIES 4 to 12 $ .00 PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL--- BOY'S SPORT SHIRTS I I II LONG SLEEVE STYLES and family. $ .OO 'Mrs. Genieve Grove, Mrs. Van- essa EverhaPt and Mrs. Mary L~n- gerbeam and children were dinner PENNEY DAYS ~I~lhaY~T A T guests on Wednesday with Mrs. Olt-l~Ik~ltZ-XlJ--- Ada Howell and family near Chest nut HHl. BOY'S SUMMER PANTS Mrs. Esther Spitler and daugh- ter Nancy, Mrs. Delma Staubs and UNIVERSITY STYLES son toni and Mrs. Ethel Buzzard ).33 were Sunday vksitors with Mr. and Mrs. James Moore and daughters Betty in Knoxville, Md. Sunday guests with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole and family were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bill- By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hawk, Mrs. Mamie Russell of Chestnut Hill accompanied by Mr. Junior Grove and ,Mrs. Mary Cogle of this corn ~unity motored to Hagerstown, l~d. ovL Sunday ~nd were callers with Mr. and MxS. Enoch Holmes god family. Mrs. Cogle remained w2th her sister and family for a ~eeks visit. Glad to know ~that ~rs. Holmes is feeling some bet- ~r. Mr. Walter Cogle and Mrs. Leo na Everhart attended the funeral of Mr. Waters in Mart,insburg on Sunday: l~Ir. WO, ters is the father in-law of Mrs. Roy Waters who is a sister of the former o~es. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spiller and Mr. Harold Staubs of Baltimore, Md. were weekend guests with Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and family. .Mrs. Genevieve Grove, Mrs. Van essa Everhart and Mrs. Mary Lon- gerbeam and children were dinner guests on Wednesday with Mrs. :Ada Howell and family near Chest nut Hill. Mrs. Esther Spitler and daugh- ter Nancy, Mrs. Delma Stau,bs and son Lonie and Mrs. Ethel Buzzard (Polls are to be open from 6:30 A. M. to 7:30 P. M. Eastern Standard Time. This is of course, the same as 7:30 A. M. to 8:30 {{. ,M. Daylight Time.) 1--Shenandoah Junction 2---Chaxles Town---Court House 3---Charles Town--Citizens Fire Hall 4---Cha, rles Town--Wright Denny School 5--Charles Town--Junior High School 6--Mech~tnicstown--Smail wood's Store 7 ---R&nson--Ranson School 8-,-Charles Town Jefferson Avenue-Senior High School 9--Chaxles Town--Independent Fire Hall 12--l~ker ton ---Baker ton School 13---Halltown---Fruncis Whittington Garage 14--Haxpers Ferry--Graded School 15~Boliv&r---High School 16---Mlllvillc--Millvllle School 20--Kabletown--Kabletown School 21--Rippon--Rippon School 22---Summit Point--Summit Point School 25---Middle ws, y-~Middleway School 26---Leetown--Leetown School 27 --Kearneysville--Kearneysviile School 31---Duffleids Academy Building 32--Molers X Roads---F. M, DonleY Property 33---Shepherdestown Fire Hall 34---Oid Grade School---Lower Precinct 35--O1d Grade School--Upper Precinct Charles Town Cooperative PHONE 43 RANSON, W. VA. Precinct No; Precinct No. lhreelnc t No. Precinct No. Precinct No. Precinct No: Precinct No. PrecinctNo. PrecinctNo. PrecinctNo. PrecinctNo, PrecinctNo. PrecinctNo. PrecinctNo. PrecinctNo. PrecinctNo. PrecinctNo. PrecinctNo. ]Precinct No. PrecinctNo. PrecinctNo. PrecinctNo. PrecinctNo. PrecinctNo. PrecinctNo ~Iay 14 - it. man and ~wo ch,ildren of Carlisle, Pa., Mr. and Mz's. Donald Staubs .and children of Baltimore, Md. PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL--- LAMP CLEAN- UP EVERY LAMP and SHADE in the and Mrs. Leona Staubs of Bolivar. Store Mrs. Delma Staubs and son are GREATLY REDUCED spending this week at their apart ment in Baltimore, Md. with her husband. Mrs. Mabel Gift of Sharpsburg, Md. was a Sunday guest w.i,th her PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL--- CLEARANCE ASH TRAYS LESS THAN Vz PRICE C PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL--- so~ and family Mr. and Mrs. Wal- lace Gift. Pfc. and Mrs. Gerald Buford are spending several days with the for mers paren,ts in English, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and family of Mann~ngs were Monday evening visitors with the latters parents Mr .and Mrs. Cap- tain Rodgersand family. SEED BED OR NEW GRASS Mrs. Curtis Bennett and child- ~en of Rippon were Sunday visi- 5 YARD PIECES tors with Mr and ms. Vernon $1"00 Piece S,taubs and family. Mrs. Jessie Dodon and two dau ghters and her three grandsons of Middleway, Mrs. Maude Piper and daughters Dorothy of near Chest nut Hill were dinner guests on Sunday with their aunt Maude Everhart and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair :and son of Harpers Ferry w~re- Sunday guests with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ev- fez'hart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Staubs and children of Baltimore, M.r. Paul Staubs of Neersville, Va. M,'s. Leona Staubs of Bolivar, Mr. Har old Staubs of Baltimore, Md. were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs and fam,ily. Local Delegates Attending Convention of Episcopal Diocese in Morgantown The 82nd Annual Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of We~t Vir ginia will be held May 12 and 13 in Morganto~van, with Trlni~ty Epis copal Church as convention host. The Rt. Wilburn C, Campbell, Bishop of the Diocese, said that some 250 represen,tatives of the 84 parishes and missions in %he s~te will be on hand for the con- ven, tion at which the progress of the Episcopal ChurCh during the past year and is plans ,for the coming year will be discussed. Delegates from Zion Church, Oharles To~vn are: The Rev. Stan- ley F. Hauser, J. Blackwell Davis, Edward McDonald, Shirley Hunt. Delegates from St. Phi.l.ip's Ohurch, C~arles Town are C. W. i Hart. Prooer adveff~ising wiN often sell a .poor product; it will invariably sell a good one. m Turbine engine may lift helicop ter sales. PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL--- GOSSIP BENCHES FOR TELEPHONE, ETC. $ tOO PENNEY DAYS =SPECIAL- -- MEN'S STRAW HATS LEGIONAIRRE SHAPE C PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL--- MEN'S BRIEF UNDERWEAR SIES 30 to 44 For $ .00 PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL--- MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS SHORT SLEEVE STYLES $ .66 PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL--- MENS SPORT SHIRTS LONG SLEEVE CLEANUP $ .00 COVERS N ALL CLOSED WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL.-- WOMENS NYLON HOSIERY FULL FASHIONED---lst QUALITY Pairs $ .00 PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL--- WOMENS RAYON PANTIES BRIEF STYLE--S - M - L Pairs $ .0{} PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL--- WOMENS SUMMER PAJAMAS 3 PIECE SET .00 PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL--- INFANTS CRIB SHEETS WHITE--FIRST QUALITY 2 For $1.33 PENNEY DAYS SPEC'IAL--- DRAPERY REMNANTS //2 PRICE PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL--- GIRLS BOUFFANT SLIPS SIZES 4 to 14 , $1.00 f PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL--- 7 PIECE REVERE SETS COPPER BOTTOM SETS $ ,.88 PENNEY DAY'S SPECIAL--- SUMMER BLANKETS PASTEL LIGHT WEIGHTS PENNEY / DAYS SPECIAL--- TAILORED CURTAINS RAYON PANELS PANEL PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL--- THROW PILLOWS ' MANY COLORS--STYLES C PENNEY DAYS SPECIAL--- BED ,PILLOWS FULL SIZE FEATHER )C