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104 E. Washington St. Charles Town PHONE 780 PRESCRIPTION SERVICE I n NEWS HAPPENLNGS IN KAB ETOWH By Mrs Chrence Smallwood Phone 20-F-024 The annu, al school closing pic- r~c sponsored by the Kabletown l~arent Teax~ers Associxtion will be held Tuesday, May 26th ~vt 12- 30 DST. sgt. Ray McWayne and Mrs. (McWyne and two c2~ildren of Col or~do E~p~rrgs, Colorado, Mr. and Mrs. Cl~.y C~rper, Mr. Rudolph Smallwood of near Boyce, Va., Mr, and Mrs. Herbert I.~we Jr. of Ar- ling~ton. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Nicholson and farmly of Stephen City, Va. were ~mong those com- ing from a distance who were gall ed here on ax)eount of the dba~h of David Cil.pp. !Mr. and Mrs. William Bush and family fine former a grandson of I IIIII , Mr. and Mrs. Joshua B. Clipp of Avon D~le P~arm arrived in Bloom infVton, Illinois late Monday night having left Charles Town on Sat urday. Mr. BuSh fozTnerly employ ed in t~he Dixie-Narco company, l=banson has been promoted o salesman with t~he Narco Com- pany located in Bloo~nington. ~Mr. and Mrs. John Russell of near Ctmrles Town were visitors Sunday evening at the home of their ~n-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sowers. Mr .and Mrs. l%aymond Marcus enjoyed a cook ou.t supper Sunday evendng in Winchester wigh t~heir son and daugh,ter-in-law Mr, and Mrs. l~ay Marcus and son Eric. Mrs. Maude Cli9p ,met wilvh a m~sfort,ane Saturday afternoon SMITH STRIDER FUNERAL HOME 304 West Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE :-- Day 370 Night m m I AS LOW AS Was~ngbon, D. C. at ~he home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. land Mrs. Harvey Boyd. I Miss Jane l:Sissler spent Friday and Saturday witch her uncle and .aunt Mr. and Mrs. Melvin i~issler I and Diane. Mr. Jerry Marcus aitended ~he I Auto I~aces Sunday afternoon in Winche.%c'r, Va. a Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sin,all- wood spent Vhe past weekend in Suffolk, Va. visiting her bret;heJ and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ab nor I. Johnson and family. On S~vt urday they visited Williamsburg, Jamestown, Norfolk and oVher places of interest. Mr. Johnson is wi~t~h ~t~he SVate of Virginia Road Weighing Program. He e~:pects to be ~ransferred in Vhe near future 'to Rich,mona. Vs. Approximately the amount of sixty dollars was realized from ,the Rummage Sale sponsored by ~he local W. S. C. S. last Friday and S~turday. Recen't guests at fine Markle home were )heir brotJher4n-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Markle of Mowl,i~g Green, ,Ky. when s~e fell from a fo~t bridge ln4;o the creek. ~She received a cu~! ~Q~ L~ D~l|.,~l E~u on fine forOhead and br~ses about I ~'I[/U.UU III~UlILI~U IUI the fact. ~he was confined to herl! ...... n m- m m- bed u,port ~er p~ysicians advice[JilyCe@ rlaYen tuna rr0m ,and to date ~s improving satisfac- r~raly. I is 12mu~h,t Vhe f~ll was Last Week's Circus due %o d~zziness. Mrs. Edith Mercer sper~t Thu,rs A net total of $498,60 was rea- day ~vt ~t~e 'home o$ Mr. and Mrs. lized for the Jaycee Haven ~*und John A. S~m~i.th Jr. @f Jefferson Av from the Hagan Brothers Circus enue, C~arles Town. held Thursday on the L. E. Tor- Alvin Bush, operator of Avon reyson property near 'the old race Wood Dairy Farm suffered several track. cracked ribs due to being squeez- The circus was sponsored by the led local Jaycees as a part of their [be~ween two I~S~ ,Mrs. Gertie Boyd is visi!hng in campalg~ to eliminate all debt from the Children's Haven. About ii one hal of the goal of $12,000 has ]now been raised. { Jaycee members wish to thank [the public for their co-operation l in the advance sale oi: circus tick- lets, as circus chairman Norman /Campbetl stated today that the cir /cus was .considered a successful ! project. I Special thanks were ,expressed ]by Jaycee officials to Mr. Louis I E. Torryson, who set an outstand ling example for his neigl~bor by !' This includes:: Distribution, excise tax, handling charges and new car preparation. PLUS--- Directional Turn Signals, Dual Headlamps, Foam Front Seat Cushions, Electric Windshield Wipers, Armrests, Front and Rear Doors; Cigar Lighter on Instrument Panel, Ash Receiver, front and rear; Dome or Quarter Lights operated by front doors; Repla- ceable-Element, Full-Flow Oil Filter; Heavy-Duty- Type Air Cleaner; Fender-Top Ornaments; Steering Wheel with Horn Ring; Torsion-Air Ride; Total-Con- tact Brakes; Independent Parking Brake; Alumnized Tailpipe and Muffler; Tempered Safety-Glass Side Windows; Lustre-Bond Paint; Safety-Rim Wheels; Safe-Lock, Self-Tightening Door Latches; Safety-Re- cessed, Outside Door Handles; Dash-Mounted, Rear- View Mirror; Oriflow Shock Absorbers, Micronie Fuel Filter. See C. F. in Charge of Sales ---A T--- W ALL'S PHONE 404 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Illlllll II Ill OF VALUABLE ANTIQUE AND MODERN FURNITURE! Having sold my home "Shannon llill," I will sell the Following on the premises, located 4~ miles Southeast of Charles Town, W. Vs., on the Road leading from Mechanics- town to Kabletown, in Jefferson County on :SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (E. D. T.) HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. Walnut Bedroom Suite (marble tops); Gold Leaf Pier Mirror with mrble base; Teakwood Candle Stand with marble inlay; M~hogany Mantel Mirror, Pair of Wall Mirrors 3'x 8'; 8 French Cathedray Chairs and Davenport (ha~d carved); Pair Italia~ Chairs (h~nd caxved); English Dining Table, Gameing Table, Several Flemish Chairs, Two Small Inlaid Oval Tables; 2 Marble Top Tables, Numerous End Tables, Iron Letter Box with bell; Mahogany Table, Pair of Walnut Glass Front Book Cases; Walnut Book Shelf, Walnut Table {folding leaf); Inlaid Platform Mirror; Marble Top Side- board, GAEHLES MANE Grand Piano, Weser Bros. Player Piano and Rolls; 15 Piece Dining Room Suite, 2 Tapestry Chairs, Love Seat, Davenport, D~venport a~d Chair to match; Knee Hole Desk, 5 Overstuffed Chairs, Several Fireplace Sets, Several Sets of Andirons, Gate-Leg Table, Numerous Odd Chairs, Victorian Mantel Clock, Several Mantel Clocks, Kitchen Chairs, Washing Machine, 4-Piece Bedroom Suite, Hoover Sweeper, 2 Plastic Covered Office Chairs, 2 Library Tables, Dresser, Chest of Drawers, Wardrobe, Metal Top Work Cabinet, Base Cabinet. Porch and Lawn Furniture, Iron Safe, Pictures a~d Picture Frames, Rug lrx 18', Scatter Rugs, I/and Carved Tahle under carriage (ornate); coffee Mills, ~at Irons, Carriage Lamps, Kitchen Cabinet, Iron Stove, Majestic Kitchen Range, Desk, Beds, Dressers, Odd Chairs, Coal Hods, Tools, Garden Tools, Quantity of Books, 10 Rolls of Heavy Galvanized Roofing. Pots and Pa~s, Dishes, Bric-A-Brac, and an unlimited amount of Plun- der" not listed. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE:--A quantity of the above mer- chandise belonged to the millionaire Charles Broadway Rouss Estate and is worthy of your attention. TERMS :--CSkSH. C. P. McCARVER PAUL MILLER, Auctioneer. PHONE :--Shepherdstown 3028 Charles Town 180-W, CLARK FURR, Clerk. Lunch Will Be Served. ,:May. 14 und 21 - 2t. r his generosity and civic spirit in donating tl~e use of his property for the circus. Forme wn Girl Awarded $150 For Outstanding Work It was learned here this week that a former Charles Town girl, now Mrs. Kathleen ~Miley Deering, .has been signally honored 'by the Bur- eau of Yards and Docks, Navy De- part, merit, Washington, D. C. for superior performance of her dut- ies as Secretary to the Director, Special Projects and Coordination Staff of She Construction Croup. The period for which %he cira.tioz covers runs from March through November 1958. Mrs. Deermg, daughter of Mrs. C. P. Miley, 400 l~st Washington street. ~harles Town, received ~ae ,follow'ing citation signed by E. J. Pelbier and ~lso a check in %he amoun~ of $150 for her outs, band- ing .work. I During ,~his period, you not only performed your asig~ed duties in a,n exem~plary m~nner but assum- ed additional secretarial duties and specA~l assignments for the Overseas Branch and ~the Contin- ental Branch. You demonstr~vted speed and ~eeuracy in the prepa- ration and answering of correspon donee, doing necessary research wibhout reference to responsible personnel. Yo~ar adeptness in Sak- ing and transcribing diets%ion ac- counted :for ,tahe ability of one per so~ to handle ,the heavy secr~tar- i,al demands of bhe office. Your competence and u~bove av- erage ~bilSty are indicated by ~the manner in which you grasp ,the re qmre~nents of your pa~tticular as- signTnents. The judgement exercis led by you in handling contract's records ,and v2~@nge orders result- ed in ,prom, pt processing of pay- merit vouchers and contrac)t churn- ge orders. Your full working know ledge of the various positions of fine office enabled you ,to d~scharge your responsib~l~ties, 'b~fin regular and extra-curricul,ar, i.n ,an out- standingly efficient manner. The i~itia%ive and effort dis'played 'by you substantially relieved your su- perior of many routine ~asks. Such performance meri,ts recog nition and I @m pleased to present this Sustained Superior Perform- ~nce Cash Award of $150 less the usual Sax deduct/on. Jefferson Farm Women Hear Lesson on Care New Fabric Materials The Jefferson Farm %Vomans Club held ~ts regular mon, bhly me~ti.ng Tuesday af,terrmon, May 5tlh at the home of Miss Anna Mc ~arry w~'h Mrs. G. H. Hendricks co-hovtess. The presiden~t, Mrs. E. l~ay Black'ford presided. Mrs. W. B. Hammond conducted dev~ions ,for the day combin4ng "N~tio'nal Family Week witch M~thers Day" s, nd ~poke c~n The Chris.tda'n Prac- ~ces In ~he Home of Love, For- ~ivness and Worhi~p. A report from ,~(he Leaders~ipu Training Corder ence Wt Jackson's Mill in April was g~ven by Mrs. David Payne. !Mrs. J. H. Daniels ~i:~h Mrs. G. W. Myers assisbing presented a los son on "Care of New Fabrics". When termites infest your home it's not art easy matter to stop their attack. A thorough treatment by experienced experts is required. This costs money. Repairing damage caused by termites is often even more expensive. If your property is now free of termites, Bruce- Terminix can give you complete, guaranteed and insured protection against future expensive treatments and costly repairs. Should your property be eligible, your only cost is a small yearly fee. On usual home construction, the price ranges from $12 to $28 per year. Non-residential structures at correspondingly low rates. Call Bruce-Terminix be[ore you have termites! LOCAL TEP$11NIX REPRSENTATIVE-- PHONE 47 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Because I am now working with Capital Airlines in Wash- ington, D. C., and am moving there, I shall have sale of all my household furniture, on SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1959, BEGINNING AT 11:00 A. M. (DST) Location:---pikeside, 2 miles South of Martinsburg on Route 11. Across fromSencindiver's Garage. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ETC. 3 Piece Living Room Suite, Large Mantel Mirror, 2 Duncan Phyfe End Tables, Duncan Phyfe Coffee Table, Dunca~ Phyfe Lamp Table, 3 Table Lamps, General Electric Refrigerator, (good shape); General Electric Stove (excellent condition); 7 Piece Dining Room Suite, Studio Couch with cover; Two Chairs, 5 Piece Chrome Breakfast Set, (like new); Telephone Stand and Chair; Radio and TV Antenna; 2 L~wn Chairs and Table; Lawn Roller. Lawn Mower, All Kinds of Tools, (gar- den); Rug, Drapes, Flower Pots and Pans; Linens, Electric Clock, Old Trunk, Glass Jars, Hassock, Double W&~hing Tub. Single Washing Tub, Six Foot Step Ladder, French Fryer, Electric Hamburger Grill, General Electric Toaster, 5-Ft. Anti- que What-Not (corner); Lot of Antique Dishes (few pieces of Cut Glass); Antique Rocking Chair, Antique Wall Clock and Shelf (Walnut); Wheelbarrow, Garden Sprayer, Electric lledge Trimmer, Ironing Board, Garden Plow.. AARON A. ZIMMERMAN JOIIN LOWE, Auctioneer. KEN LOWE, Clerk.. May 21-1t. The leaders noted that the new "lN~iracle Fabrics are a delight and [ [nteflained -'a[ Home SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS .tAme saver to bhe housewife but~ " 4--B THURSDAY, MAY cautions against using ,ormo] or Mrs. John Link guests R .BER s bleaches on the dri,p and dry fa- from her I brics of whiVh Vhehe are two kinds I Mrs. ~riel Welshans on,terrain- Spring flowers lrom the WeN |Slze' you desire. ,how to whiten nylons. They sug- :gested always looking for washing Ied at 'her home in Sheplaerdstown Shahs garden were in 'the house /cient Service. _.~2. instructions and machine stitch- 'last Thursday at a luncheon for a~d on Vhe luncheon 'table |SPIRIT OF JEFr'~ i~g. Mrs. l~aymond Vi'r~s gave val',Mrs. JOhn Link, sailing from New .... " | VOCATE O~-~ICE, uable house hold tips. A general York June 10 on the Queen Eliz- Turbine engine may lift helicop /S~reet. discussion fololwed .t~he lesson, a bebh to visit her son, Dr. Avbhur ter sales. " Oct. 2- tf.-----ne For receration Miss McGarry Link ,and his family in Oxford, used a revord Bird Walk. The club chairm~n of "Let's Preserve Wes,t Virginia's Beauty Mrs. J. H. Dan~els, reported .the corrma]lbtee of Mesdaznes J. H. Du- ,trow, Herbert Everha,~, l%Obevt t$1ack,ford ho~s pi,an, ted two hem- locks wi~t~ other sTrrtrbs recene~ly a;t the I~ardane Commum%y Cen- ter. Pennies for friendship were col- leered during bhe meeEng. W~et~ members were invited to fine dining room ior refreshmen.ts fruit punch, home made cake, cookies, nuts and rmn~:s ~ey found a bir~'hday cake wi%~a can- dles cen, tering the bable. The cake in celebrabion of bir~'hdays of six mem,bers Misses Ann~ McGarry and Alice Osbourne, Mesdames Brown l~issler, Williams K. Myers, Paul E. ~.~ller, David Payne, Mrs. W. B. Hammond presided at iVhe ,punch bowl. Mrs. C. E. Mays was a guest Wt the ,meeting. Mern,bers voted to meet at 2 p. m. instead of 2:30 du~ing bhe period of Day light saving time. The ne:~t meet- ing no June 2, to be a~ the home of Mrs. C. E. Hammond and Miss Oamill~ Wiltshire. Read The SPIRIT-ADVOCATE England, w~ere he has been lecLur ing on American Hi~tory a~t Queens C~iiege for the past year. On July 19, with h~;s family, rhey will leave for Bavaria ,and for six ,weeks wil l%our at R~ach on Wergensee. Mrs, Link received travel gifts NOTICE TO CREDITORS. To the Creditors and Beneficiar ies of ,the Estate of Louisa Middle kauff. All .persons having elaims a- .gait~st the estate of :the said Lou- isa Middlekauff, deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhib same; with the voucher bhereof legally verified, to the undersi +at 'his office in Charles Town, W. Va. on or before the 7th day of Novmeber, 1959; otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of sa~d Estate. All benefic iaries of said Estate are noti,fied o 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- OPENED FOR BUSINESS Friday, May 1st, 1959 IN THE SADLER BUILDING ((Over Kastle's Store) Hours 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 P. 6 DAYS PER WEEK. Other Hours By Appointment Only. HANDLING ALL LINES OF Telephone 1091 "INSURE TODAY TO BE SURE :i i !~?i:!:?! ::::i~! i~i~i~:i(~i !?i ~:i~!:i:i?i:!: THE CHURCH FOR ALL . . . ALL FOR THF CHURCH The~hurda is t},e c:reatest factor on earth for the building o[ character and good citizenship. h is a storehouse of spiritual values. \Vithout a strong Chur du neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There a~e four sound reasons why every person ~hould attend services regularly and snpport the Church. They are: (I) For his own sake. (2) For his children's sake. 3) For the sake of his commumty and nation. (4) For the sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral and materla] support. Plan to go to cimrch regularly and read your Bible daily. Day Book ChapterVerses Sunday 1 Corinthians 2 1-16 Monday ] Kings 9 15-28 Tuesday 3 K in~'s 10 1-22 Wednesday 1 Kings 10 23 II 8 Thursday 1 Kings It 9-25 Friday 1 Kings 11 26-43 Saturday 1 Kings 12 1-15 His garden is the envy of all the neighbors. They say it's becaUSe has a green tiuunb. But the truth of the matter is, he loves to see things grow he works hard to help them grow ... and he enjoys the hard cause he finds deep satisfaction in the beauty of its fruit. The same spirit pervades the churches of our community, congreg tions thrive and souls grow in spiritual strength because of consecra , men and women W lO love to see this God-given growth.., who vo " hard to implant Christian truth in their hea{ts and yours.., who joy this unselfish dedication of their time and talents anct treaSU'" because they share the joy of Christ in its spiritual fruit. Be an active church member Volunteer for enriching your congregation's busy, fruitful life! Copyright 1950, Keister Adv. Service, 5trasbrtl' Sit, This Advertisement Sponsored By The Business Firms Below In Support Of The Churches Of The Community: SMITH & STRIDER FUNERAL HOME Charles Town, W. Vs. J. L. EACKLES FUNERAL HOME $. DONALD EACKLES Harpers Ferry, W. Va. CHARLES TOWN ESSO SERVICE STATION Phone 5007 Charles Town, W. Vs. H. W. WAGELEY, INC. SUPERTANE GAS SERVICE Phone 241 Charles Town, W. Va. JEFFERSON HARDWARE CO., Inc. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Phone 45 Charles Town, W. Vs. 1 J. EMORY KABLE ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Phone 578-W Charles Town, W. V~ RANSON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE CO. RANSON, W. VA. PHONE 309 WHITMORE LUMBER CO., INC. BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 650 Charles Town, W. Vs. COMMUNITY OIL CO., INC. CITIES SERVICE Charles Town, W. Vs. Martinsburg, W, Vs. -- Leesburg, Vm VALLEY BOARD CORP. HALLTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA PITTS - JEFFERSON THEATRE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW" RODGERS SINCLAIR SINCLAIR & GOODYEAR PKODUCTS West Washingtop St. Phone 5636 Charles Town, W. Vs. POWHATAN & IRON RANSON, WEST KEARNEYSVI ESSO STATION MR. and MRS. NORVAL Kearneysville, W. Phone Shepherdstown FUSS & INTERNATIONAL DEALERS Shepherdstown, W. Vs. LLOYD'S PLUMBING AND PHONES 41-M - 621" Charles Town, W. VICKERS & AsHCB' GULF DEALERS 321 West Washington Phvne 5006 Charles ToWm f