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~the pastures arm ~axden,s shrub- WEATHER AND OTHER bery look so refreshed. Sunday prlng morn,trig a beautMul morning and HiLL NEWS oon, nuoO Concert Band Glee Club day and as usu,al folks go~n,g l~i~t~h-! er and Sheather. Rou~te 9 heavy traf ! By Mrs. Georgia Pearl ,fie. Monday mor~lin,g heavy dl,ouds looks very mu,eh like rain. Every- Band and vocal music very fine lotte Welah, Suzanne Legg, first SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE O THURSDAY, MAY"21, 1959 7--It who have c0niributed in the past have not as yet made their contri- butions. KL~ner ~id to dante only two counties out of 55 in West Vir- ginia have reached their 1959 goals ,and i~t is his hope and also the hope of other Red Cross offi- cials in the county that the balan- ce needed to reach the goal will be forthcoming within the next week or ten days. All those who have forgotten their con~tributions are asked to mail same to Jefferson County Chapter American Red Cross County Bttilding Charles Town. WESTINGHOU ;E APPLIANC !S COMPLETE LINE OF For Quick Results Use Our Classified Column. body busy pien,ty work to be done to l~sten to and plerrty of it was sopranos; Alice Stiles, Judy Pain- take good care o,f yourself, so long the order of the nig~t Friday ,at ter, Martha Welsh, Jean Perks, I ued aH t, hrough the day and a- for now. the Charles Town Junior Itigh Jean Martha and Betty Kerns, sec sunshine or cIoudy round 11 p. m. a very heavy thun Death of Mrs. Bessie Pearl auditoi'ium when the Charles and sopranos: Patricia Farmer, alvcays a report on the Town School Spring concert was Wanda Whart(m, Georglanna Bell - - staged before a near capacity Peggy art, Kitty Boyd, Carolyn and its ra~her strange crowd. Magaha and Rebecca Harrell, al- ;aEa( . One week ago this suavh~ine a glorious day I one was very comfortable with a sic Pearl. Mrs. Pearl h,ad not been The Girl's Glee ,Club of Charles Los. a,re 80. Tuesday a glor- {sweater around your stroulder, a feeling so we'll for qm~e some time Town High took the musical spot- d C 0~ C~t -r~- e another very warm day, I very much a~,tum day and a ra- bu, t she had been goin,g ~bouf~ i~ light first rendering three num- in lute night. Wednes I,ther cosy night to rest ~'h'iday mar her home as usual; so~ne days not bers-"Where the Blue of the Re r g plenCy fog very ning cloudy and c,~] Swturday so good her s(xn Sammy Pearl who Night" arranged by Stickles; "Sep ROOM dis,a,ppe,az~ng and ,morning suns'hme a very nice day 1,ires nearby had g~ne to C~,axles tember Song", arranged by Weill; Still Needs $284 to and "You'll Never Walk Alone" by the r,a,in and contAn- I wit'h Lhis sun,~hine a,nd showers Town and she was ~bou,t as u su,Wl Rodgers. .... ~hen he returned he s~opped at Next came the Beginner's Band Meet 1%9 Drive Quota ~ ~ ~ ihis mothers home and as he step- FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA ped inside he found her laying on l into the spotlight and with Ronald FOR YOUR ~he i~loor he got he lo and the doc- A, halt directiug ,the band ,played Despite every effort to puL ,their 411 CO ERE E 4EI ~tor arid some of the neighbors '"Easy Steps March" by Taylor; .project over t'he ,top, Harold Kis- ay Dy . rhefl,ped and ~he beoa~e warmer "Choral" by Oliver; "Our Boys ner, chairman and Archie Smith, 'and seemed to be life aLnd spoke Will Shine Tonight" and ".Amer- vice chairman of the recent Jeff or mu~m:mured a few words and by ica by Henry Carey. erson County Red Cross fund HOURS :--- CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR ~h,a,t t~me the ~vmqbulance arrived With John Pestun director of drive said this week that anoCher and was t~ak~ng her to C~ades the school bands and director of $285 is still needed to pu,t the Monday thru Friday---8:00 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. lrlSIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. CA. Town General Hospital but passed the concert doing the directing 1959 drive over the goal of $5,- ~ Ranges, ~vcay before arriving a h~pital, the Junior Band ,played "The Vul 667. Saturday---8:00 A. M. to 11:45 A. M. THORN It has cast a i~loom over ou~r cam-can March" ~y J. Farrell; "~Bal- Kisner said it had been hoped muniCy. She was a won,derfu1 too- let Egyptian" by Luigini; "Waves tha,t the county's drive could be Refrigerators, We have the largest and most varied display of ~her loved by everyone a g~k~rd nei of the Danu,be" by Ivanovici; and completed and the goal met by Fabrics that we have ever had to offer at such prices. i bIillville Plant No. 899 Charles Town ~t~bor al~ays ready and w~Hing to "Gypsy Love Song" by Herbert. this time, ,but a number of persons Washers, Etc. Silk and Cotton Rayon Linen, Cotton and Dacron Martinsburg_ Plant AM 7-8955 lend a hel~ping h~n,d in ~me of Then wi~h Darlene Heffner and need. She really wi~li be missed. Mr. Pestun alternating in the dir Prints, Silk and Cupioni Prints, Silk Broadcloths. She was always so jol~ly w4dTh every ecting the senior 'band played nine SEE US BEFORE YOU BU Just off loom for draperies and curtains: The one, her husband was in auto numbers including a clarinet solo lovely Silk textured Ondule with Satin Back and wreck some few years ago and liv by Marlene Kisner, piano solo ed a .few hours a~f,ter the wreck, parts by Jane Specht and John U A M A' Ondule with Dacron, 50" wide and in eighteen (18) Puneral ara~angemen~ts h, ave not Martin and Natalie Warden also I'1 I~ ~1 14 II 14 J beautiful shades. been. completed as yet. ha vin,g solo pa~s. APPLIANCE CENTER Mrs. Frankie Angelo and son Making up the Girl's Glee Club COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. Stephen and l~i~t~le son Kevin o~ were: Susann Acosta, Sandra He- NO MAIL or TELEPHONE ORDERS will be ac- Burke, Vu. and Mr. and Mrs. Gui'l hle, Patricia Osboume, Darlene Telephone 424 ford Turner and faaTtily of MurreH Dillow; Geraldine Peters. Olandel ~ epted at Sale Prices. -IS THE TIME-- DayHiM werewich diwnertheir paren~sgues~s Mr.MtherSand Mangrum, ...... Nancy Atkins, Char- CHARLES w. VA. MAY 18 . 1959 ,Mrs. Vil:H~.m WH~t. ~rlends and just balapened to have ~Mr. and Mrs. C~wrland VCaiker ,a oage w~iOa he fel~ at home and TO of l~ans,on were recent, visitors vcandered lns~de soon the Cog- "---- as ,with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ring ,le family saw the bird they knew Yes, we welcome "family and sons. i~ belonged to Mrs. l~ing. She soon Entered Hospital 'yeas ready to bring the liStle wan- trade." We hope you will ='~0 F~" !Miss E~a Pe~rt spent ~tday dered home when she saw him she make this your Family vi~th her si~ter Mrs. Irvi,n Hesket~ .c~Tled a~nd how are you Petey. He Drug Store. You will }nal and of Love~tsvil,le, vu. Mrs. Heske~ ,v~as so haopy and he ch~wt~tered has been cri~tioa)l~ly 1~}I and on Salt- ,and 0habtered as muxgh as to say appreciate our ample urday she entered Charles Town so ~l~ad to see you and take me stocks, our eou Available Now .- Good Used Trailers. General Hospital. X-rays piotures home w~here I belong. So were lie- and fair prices. Do come v~il~l be taken to learn the cause of tle bi,rds are gl,axi to g~t home at- this l lllness sorry to hear of your ,ter ~ander~ng away. in--often, Low Rental Advance and Low ~,, ~-,sa"on~""~s tDa"men's. ,i'Hness bu our best wishes N~aomi ~Ir. and Mrs. Clyde Harris of 'l~hatt you wiN soon slow l,mvrove-V~ra~hi.ngeg)~, D. C. m~tored up to NICHOLS STUCK Rent Applies to Purchase. We Deliver and Block men% and be home wi,th you,r f,am ,l~ae eoun,try Wednesd,ay and were ~ly a~ai,n, su, pper guests vilt/h the l~t~ters sis- WE , , to your location. n,, ARE EQUIPPED qO TAKE CARE :Mrs. Annie Grove ~f Charles ter and husband Mr. and Mrs. P H A R M A C I S T S ALL OF YOUR NEEDS AND AT Town w,as a visitor recen$1y wi,th Herman G~rre~. ~her son and famHy Mr. andMrs. 'Mr. and Mrs. C-rharles Hardy Phone 173 : HIEL E RAILER SA ES tRICES WHICH WILL SURPRISE YOU. Oscar Grove. were Fri6ay dianer guests with Charles Town, W. Ya. ~Mr. and Mrs. WH,li,am Wil% were She la~ters sister Mrs. Eilie Ed- 4"WAYS "" A F L SUPPL OF ALL KINDS visi!tors S~aCurd,ay w{Lth the l~atCers wards and brother Mr. Benny U? Y mother Mrs. ~Iae O~t who Is Hardy in Waterford, Va. Route 15, 1-Mile South of Frederick, Md. FEEDS SEEDS - GPAINS spen~ng several d~ays w,i!t~h her Mrs. Eleanor W'anner of Un- d,au.$h:ter Mrs. Myrtle Wi~llt. Mrs. ion B~idge, Md. ~as a S,Wtur6ay Open Daily to 8:00 P. M. Including Sunday Ot:t Who has been critically iH a~ ,~f~ternoon visitor wi~0h M,r. and her home at Murrelt Hill i's recup ~Mrs. Ch,arles H'ardy and f@mily. I II I I I IIII --IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH-- or,~ting ~t her dau#~rs. IMr .rand Mrs. Eu, gene Wi]*t and . ;II son Lee and d~au~l~ter C~ndy Lou were Visi~tors Saturday nigh~ w,l,th S ,the fiormers puren,M Mr. ~nd Mrs. Hucn~phrey Wil,t and d,aug~te,rs Ar buCus and Ant,ionn0tAe. 'Mrs. Dolly P~iley made a bu.~i- hess call a~t the home of Mr. and G. C. Pearl Sa~turd~ay. ...... ~ IMr. ,and Mrs. E. L. l~in,g of Bak- ~ ~. were s,lpper guests Friday .... ~'~ : " Of"Over.The-Top" Feeds even~n,g with their s~u ~nd f~mi,ly '.Mr. ~nd Mrs. Calvin Rln~. 'Mrs. Howard Wile and daughter o ~Mrs. tavern Ta]~ton we,re vis~,t,ors Charlem Town, W. Va. recenVly with the formers sis:ter-in Phone 7~ 8/: 74 l~a~!Mr.MrS.andPaU'IMrs.Garrett.Biit Ni,cewarner of Just a few dollars a month separates this " Now we can put you in this bright and ~harles Town were visitors recen~t beautiful Mercury Monterey from top breezy Park Lane convertible for much less Alvey R. Ebersole, M r. ly wi~h Mr. and Mrs. Calvin l~ing models in the low-price field. And Car Life than you'd pay for competitive cars. It's ,and fami:ly, magazine rated Mercury this year's best America's best-built car, saves you plenty ;Mrs. Bessie Jackson was a sis4- buy of all nine cars in the better car field! on maintenance, too. tar Monday morning w i~h Mr. and "~-~.?w... -.~v..-~~-.o ~'~-~//'/~-~.-~ Mrs. G. C. Pearl at their hm~ne. ,Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Larue and ~!: ~ son l%onn~e and ~au~hCer Connie ~.~r~b~.-.-- .. of Murre~l~ H~I,I were SaJturd~ay night guests wi%h the formers par e~ts M,r. and Mrs. HUm l~rey W~lit and Mrs. A,u,tionne~te and Al~buit- us Wil,t. 'Mrs. G. C. Pearl was a visi,Lor Salturday with her nephew and ,fam41y Mr. and Mrs. Pau*l Wilt ,and dough, Let Patsy o~ Cl~arles "Dawn. IMrs. Bessie J,ackson was a vi~si- ~tor Monday wi~h Mrs. Hov~ard Wil't. Gary and l~iohard Puing s'perrt ..: %toe weekend with their gr~mc~pax ; . . than competitive wagons, including Two-door or four-door, sedan or hardtop, chits Mr. and Mrs. E'lsworth BAng optional equipment. Yet the popular no one of the top four competitive models of l~ake~ton. Country Cruiser is the most spacious can get close to the list price of this fully Lost Parakeet wagon of all. The only one with a front- equipped Mercury Montclair. With our The lost parakeet who answers facing, self-storing third seat. special trade-in, you're even farther ahead! ,to the name of Petey and belong ing to Mrs. Calvin l~ing decided ........::.:.:.:.::~:::~::~:::}i!i!~:~i~i~!i!i!.:!~!!~:::~:i.::~,..:~ to brea/vhe some sweet Blue PAd- .~:.~:.~:!.~/~-:~:-~(:i:)i_~5::_i-;~:-:-:i:~:~?:::~.:: .......... .~. ............. ~ ......... ge mountain air so last Thursday ,morning he flew away from ~s ~aome and wasn",t seen any more u, rtbil on Monday manning at Mr. Carl Cables home. They re,ode '"cTHODS MAKE IT POSSIBLE..: t0w.cost shelter build g with ! . of ;gild concrete walls are cast on the ground, erected with farm new tilting frame developed at Texas A. & M. ~1~ have borrowed a m~thb-d from industrial streamlinad iL... cut costs to make it practical farm structures. The method is "tilt-up" . . . buL longer need heavy-construction lifting rigs to panels. frame illustrated was developed by the Texas Experiment Station. Now, a small crew can or 10 x 10 concrete panels in a matter of minutes. is that of a standard farm tractor. is weather-resistant, rodent-proof and Solid concrete walls can take the punish- in farm structures like loafing and feeding E.L. McDONALD, JR., their long life, co-crete buildings save AGENCY NEAR-UNBELIEvABLE TRADE ALLOWANCES_we need,.en., of good used cars For details, see your ready-mix dealer, '59 n:ther farmcouponStructureSbelow, specialist at your state INSURANCEREAL ESTATEAND BIG FAST-ACTION BONUS_ come in this week and save even more on a Mason Building EMENT ASSOCIATION Anotionolorganizotiontolmprove Phone 735 eet, Columbus 15, Ohio and extend the uses of r.onuete Name Charles Town, W. Va. | 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ~nfOrmation St. or R. No. Reprluntlng THE TRAVELERS, , , ,~fa~e ,, I