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-2= CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE GRADUATES OF JEFFERSON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS. The Bank of Charles Town Extends to Each of You, Personally, Our Warm Con- gratulations and Best Wishes. % $: To those of you who will go to college, we wish nothing but the best. To those who go into the commercial or agricultural life of the county, may prosperity and success crown your efforts----just as it has done on your graduation day. ( BANK OF I]HARLES TONN Across From The Court House A Community Corner Stone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION i i Illl II II I I III I $ . gan .i Approximately 50 employees of ~lhe Meier l~ant, Michigan IAme- ~ne Division of United States ~st~l -~rpor~tion, were honored mgnh~ $day 12) at a 2G-year ~vl'ety and Service Dinner held ~t the C~mp Hill Methodist Char 9h Harpe,rs Ferry. ~ C. F. Beukema, M.lchi~an Lime- ~ne Division President, was prin ~l~l speaker ~t the banquet. He ~Xmgre~tul,ated Moler Plant employ ~s for Choir 9uts,t~ndi'ng safety record. Gwynn A. Hoagland, of E. I. Du Pont De Nemours & Company. ~Mar~nsburg, W. Va. represented ~he N~tional Safety Council in ~presen.Ving a "Cer%iflc~te of Com- mendatlon" to Moler Plon:t. The Nat2onal Safety Count] aw~trd pla que was ~iven in recognition of 524,025 mere hours without a dis- abling injury accident d~ing', t:he period from January II, 1956 to December 31, 1958. The plant saf ety record now stands at 1,217 days vitJhout a disabling injm-y ac CALL cider~t, Each safe day establishes a new record, exceeding the pre- vious total of 1187 safe days which was established in April 1954. Cecil D. Rickaz~l rec~ved a U. S. Steel ~atch and a service em- blem in recogwition of 40 years of service. "Phlrty-five year service em'blems were awarded to Clay,ton J. Frye, Louis L. Upwrlght and Harford S. Bruckett. Thirty-year service ,awards went to Hursell W. Car~iford, Ellis R. Willia~ns and John H. H. Penwell. R. R. Ross, former Manager of t~he Meier Plant introduced W. C. Benton, the new manager who ser veal as Master of Ceremonies. Division oftic~als attending fine dinner included J. N. Suliot, Man ager of the Division's Eastern Dis- trict, New Castle, Pa.; Blenn F. Cook,. Supervisor of Industrial Re l~tions, ~astern and Lake Erie Dis ,triers, Detroit, ,1~0h.; H. H. Forin- ger, Safety Director, Eastern Dis- trict, New Castle, Pa.; J. W. Baixxt retiring Manager of ,fine HHlsville Pa. Quarry end a former ~anager at t,he Meier Plant; and T. C. Toy lot, Editor of the company maga- zine "M:L Screenings" Detroit, Michigan. GENERAL CONTRACTOR FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON ANY RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION OR REMODELING Proper advertising will often sell a poor product; it will invariably sell a good one. NO HUNTING, NO TRESPASS- ING SIGNS For Sale at the office of the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate on North George Street, Charles Town. Buy your needs today. II Ill I I .I STETSON HATS Call Marfinsburg Collect AM 3-9411 Many Styles At TOWN AND COUNTRY CLOTHIERS IIlll II I IIII ...... :~ ('~d'OV;? arts chiidlTl'l, ~il5. c, tr1L?- LOCAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . . . ieveGrove and el ildrenMiss Su- sie Grove, Mrs. *Mary L~ngerbeam and children, Mrs. Thelma Coglo and daughter, aMr .and Mrs, Chat' I ley Grove and Mrs. Jean White- hair mud son of Harpers Ferry, By Mrs. G. E. Webb Telephone 2492 W. Va. were dinner guests on Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. How Bird Club Visits The Brooks' Bird Club with Headquarters in Wheeling, W. Va. spent from Friday through Sun- day at Cliffside Motel, on %heir annual search for Southern Warb lers. They did not find the Warb- lers but did find a nest of the Up- land Plover, which is quite an a- chievement as ~is is ~the first time bhis bird 'has ever 'been loca- ted in the state of West Virginia. This was the ninth annual trip Vhe above club has made 'to .the Eastern Panhandle. There were twenty .two members in the party and they were able to report hav- ing found 110 species of birds. In- cluded in the group were two re- presentatives from Johns Hopki,ns Hospital one from West Virginia University, and one young British student. Local persons who are members of the Club are Mr. and `Mrs. Frank Anderson, Mrs. Hugh Cap- often and Mrs. Clark MAller and Mr. and Mrs. John Newcomer. The P. O. of A. Camp No. 12 held a business and social meeting on last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. E. Webb wifin the usual members present, Mrs. My- rtle Via, living on the Maz%insburg pike, two miles out of Charles Town was among the members present. . ,, I, Refreshments were servea azter the transaction of b,~:.ness. We have planned to hold our June [meeting a,t ~he home of Mrs. Len- ora Staubs. Work is progre.~ing nicely on the home being built by ,Mz'. and Mrs. Donald Rinaldi in Bolivar, near the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rufinerford parents of Mr. Rinaldi. Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Garten are having a home bui l, t on Zerger Street near the home of t'he or- mers parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gotten. It will 'be covered wi,th raanbow brick which are made at 1;he Garten Home. Mrs. Mary Dalgarn and son of Washington. D. C. and Mrs. Nan- cy Perry and two children of Char les Town and Mrs. C. E. Dudrow of Bolivar were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and ,Mrs. K. K. Cavalier on Sunday evening. Sunday evening visitors ~t the home of Mr. and ~Mrs. Vernc,n Webb near Bolivar were Staff Sg~t. Harold Webb and sons of Wash* ington, D. C. and Mr. Dona'ld Webb and sons of Charles Town. Services For Mrs. Mytinger Graveside services for Mrs. Lau ra Moore ,Mytinger, wife of Com- mander H. R. Mytinger ~Ret'd) of La Jells, Califor;aia was held on Friday, May 8 at 4 o'clock p. m at :Mountain View Cemetery ,at Sharpsburg, ~Md. conducted by Rev. Joe Sergent of the Bakerton ~Methodist Church. Those attending the funeral from a distance and at ,the home of Mr .and Mrs. ,Mark Horn bro- ther-ln-law and sister o'f t'he de- ceased were Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Neal of Troy, Ohio, Mrs. M. D. Ker, uan and son ~MiChael of Wash ington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Riley of Vienna, Vs., ,Mr. and ~Mrs. Jack Horn and son Douglas of Charlottesville. Va.. Comdr. ,Mytin ger will remain for several weeks vtth Mr. and Mrs. Horn before re- turning to CaHornia. The deeas ed was a ,native of Jefferson Coun tY~h'. =and Mrs. Leon Edwards spent last Sunday in BaRimore Md. at fine home of their cousin Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers and family. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wilts'hire of ~arpers Ferry are the parents of a fine b~by boy, born in ~vVinches- ter Memorial Hospl,tal a week ago. Their four year old daughter "Ronny" is very pleased with her young brother. i Members of bhe Cam,p Hill ff~ie- :thodist Church abte~ud~ng a Dis* trier Missionary .meeting a~ the !Methodist Church in Hancock ;Md. on last ~Mond,ay evening was Mrs. John Haefer, ,Mrs. C. C. Arms, 'Mrs. Norman Thayer and Mrs. Lewis Nichols, ,Mrs. Daisy r Donald Kenneth Harder, two- i year-old son of Carroll E. and ~Mary Kelley Harder of Harpers Ferry died S~turday in Charles Town General Hospital after a brief fllness. He was born in Rag- son. Besides ,the paren~ts and two grandmothers, survivors are ,ten sisters and brothers. Graveside set vices were conducted on Monday morning at Fairvie~v Cemetery in Bolivar, w,ith the Roy. Alfred Col- Fns officia:ting. Mr. Alien Dinkle of Bruns~vick, Md. spen~ the weekend with reiati yes in Bolivar. Two large concrete cwtch boxes are being built in the creek near Old Furnace, a'bout a mile ~rom the pump house. The boxes are size 6 by 7 feet in size and are well screened. A large dam is also being b~lt i,u that area. A road has been cleared and is in use leading to the catch boxes. That section was impassable until a bulldozer was used to open up a roadway. These improvements will conserve water during dry sea- soma. Mr. Tom Rissler of Harpers Ferry ~s supervising the job. Anot, her Benefit Party will be held at the HaM of the Frie~ndship Nire Company on Friday evening, May 22, beginning about 8 o'clock DST. It is hoped that interest will az-d Evez'hart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Longer- beam and children wez'e caHez's re cently with relatives in Hagers- town, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Evez'haz% and two children Paula and Glen a:~d Mrs. Maude Everhart were Sunday afternoon guests wit'h Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dodson and fam- ily in Middleway. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Staubs and children of Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Leona Staubs of Bolivar and Mr. Frank Staubs were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs and family. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Grove and family were callers with the lat- continue in these benelits which'ters parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom have been very successful to date. Longerbeam in Ches,tnut Hill. The Band Banquet held on Satu Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers of urday even!;ag, May 9 and sponsor Brunswick, Md. were Sunday vial- ed by the Band Parents was quite ,tors with the formers parents Mz'. a success and enjoyed by all pres- and Mrs. Captain Rodgers and ent. A turkey dinner was served, family. Members of the Board of Educat- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and ion gave some short but interest- son spent the weekend with Mr. ing talks. After the banquet a dan and Mrs. David Bz'ackett and faro ce was held in the High School fly in MHiviHe. Oym. I extend my sympathy to the ,Mrs. Harvey Carter of Lantana, fatally of Mrs. Bessie Pearl of Flori@a is visiting her mother z,nd Chestnut I~ill in the death of si~ter Mrs. ,Minnie Vlrts and ,Mrs. Choir mother. Even though there John Edmondson and family, was three miles between us as net SPIRIT OF JEFFER: GN g--B TIIURSDAY, MAY ~l~||| ~w~l~|~ ~$|~ systems be inspected and W/Ill LA~Ialll J~l$11L ed by t'he local health eP There seems to be a lot Tank installations At Meeting At Moose Club All builders, real estate brokers for waste disposal systems. The state law requires that all of these ors around but little what is required by the partment a~d we hope this situation. If a stalled too small ~t wi'li It may even contaminate derground water walls a source of disease. The program will be hour in length and wi'll of a short talk followed bY on seDtic tank i,~stallation~ open discussion. Two meetings will be in Martinsburg on MaY at the American Legion hal lat 8:00 p. m.-DST. the Spring Street entrance. The other wiN be held:l los Town at the Moose ~May 28, 1959 at 8:00 P. M SPRING SPECIAL The Tri-Co. Sub District of :the ghbors I can surely say she was a Methodist Youth Fellowship held wonderful person to know. RATED DE'ST a meeting for t'he Install:orion of Mrs. Mabel Gifft of Sharps- .~ 21" TV l,$,ed by officers for the coming year .those burg, Md..was a Saturday nigh.t leading indep.nden! attending from the local churches guest with her sc,n and family Mr. ttstinll laberotery were Mrs. John Newcomer and and ,Mrs. Wallace Gifft and ,twoI daughter An;ae of the Camp Hi,ll sons. I Church and Laureda Webb of the Mr .and Mrs. John WhitehairI Bolivar Church. Miss Newcomer land son of Harpers Ferry wereI ~=======:=============: was installed as vice president of Sunday visitors with the lattersI the Sub-District. parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard I i Everhart and f,amily, l Deferred From Last/Week', Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman [ l'Y Sunday visitors at the home of and two Children of Mannl,ngs ac i EXTRA FEATURES Mrs. J. L. Eackles were Mrs. H. companied by ~he formers parents [ ,, ,, IT SWIVELS H. Lehman and,Mrs. Lewis Walker i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapman l Service Saver Horizontal Chat- FOR EASY VIEWING of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. i and sons of Midd,leway ,to Balti- [sis Spotlite Dial Zenith Sun- shine picture lube Full power THE ALCO1flt--Mo4~l~I, William Lehman and family of more, ~Md. on Saturday evening[ transformer P,u, II push on/off; 21 diag. mea~. "~o~ -" Shepherdstown. and spent fine nigh, t wit,h Mrs.I to.e control Fringe lock" forinche~ r~.,~ng.ular~i~tutSl~onYa Chapman's sister vcho has beon I Death of Mrs. Gray very i, ll. Brenda and Stevie Chap [ stable .... p~ures area.maroon~Vauame~lors m e ,~ Friends and relatives in ,t~hls mantain RodgersSpen't thewbilenighttheirWithmothertheir,, ----- s2-91 area received word on Saturday ;;~,~-~nT#ff, t't~II.- grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Cap-[ {~ evening of ~he deat~h of Mxs. Lit- "'' 0~ lian Gray in Was'hington, D. C. and father were gone. [ * who had been ill for several years `Mrs. Della Staubs and son of | and was hospitalized for several Baltimore, Md. are spending this [ HerWeeks prior to ~her death. She waShusband the late George Gray WFBB .! 78 years of age and was the dau- week wi~h her mother Mrs. Ethel | ! ghter of ,the late Mr .and Mrs. Eli Buzzard and family. | J~ Thompson of Loudoun coun,ty, Vs. Mr. and Mz's. WaRer Cogle and [ Children were Sunday visitors| RADIO ApptlANO :S-- with Mr .and Mrs, Harry Longer-/ =" TELEVISION nm,h,r~,.-----.' has been dead for ,many years, beam ,in Ohesbnut Hill. | Survivors include several sons and daughters and grandchildren in | 222 WEST WASHINGTON STREET bhe Washington area and several ~TTEND ~,HITRCH .~[TMD~V / :~= The most exciting house paint news in years m. TRA~ MA~K r LASTS S0% LONGER THAN REGULAR HOUSE: PAINT . you don't have to repaint for years! SOLVES BLISTERING PROBLEM i, .. used with Du Pont No. 38 primer on new or unpainted wood! " EASIEST PAINT TO APPLY .. thins with water--yet dries to toughest, most weather half sisters and half brothers in Jefferson County. Burial was made in a Washing- ton Cemetery. ,Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eackles spent a few days last week in Char leston, W. Vs. attending a Fun- ereCl Directors Convention. Mr. Eackles has just re'turned from a business tri,p to Columbus,' Ohio. He was accompanied by Mr. Charles Powers, 85 year old re~- dent of Washington, D. C. who is a native of this area and spends quite a bit of ,time here during the year. Death of Mrs. Adam Lynch ,Mrs. MarCia l~'ances Lynch, 63, of Hagerstown, Md. ~ife of Ad- am Lynch, dted at the Washing- ton County Heap}tat t~here at 11:30 p. m. Saturday. Born in Harpers Ferry she was a daughter of fine late James and Clara Leigh Allen. She had resided in Hagerstawn I most of her life and was a member of the Williamsport, ~Id, Pente- costal Church. Besides .her husbend, she is sur- v~ved by: two sons; five sisters in- cluding 'Mrs. Julia Cerava'lo, FaN llng Vtaters; a brother; three grandchildren; four grea~ grand- children 'and a number of neices and nephews. By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Mrs. Cogles 78th birthday Mrs. Mary Ann Cogle celebra'ted ,her seve,u~y eighfin blrfinday on Monday, May 1grin wi,fin quite a surprlse when 'her children had ,a .li~t)tle party for .her. They were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogie ,and two children wi.fin whom she ,lives. Mr. and ,Mrs. Howard Cogle and son, ,Mr .and Mrs. Edgar Everhart and (~aug~ter Wands and Z~rs. Elsie Cook and her fazmly. Refresh- merits of cake and ice creaan were served. Pfc. Gerald Buford ,and his wite Mrs. Bet'ty Buford retuzmed from English, Indiana on Sunday morn ing after spending several days w~th fine formers parents Gerald will return to Camp ~oz% Eu,tis, Va. on Tuesday alter a fifteen days leave. Mr. ~nd Mrs. Charles Howell and iamiiy, Mrs. Annie Vie,ads of near Chestnut I~ilI, Mrs. Doz~thy resistant finish ever developed. DRIE?. IN 30 MINUTES so you can repaint the same dayl PHONE 17 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA, m O @ O @ O @ O @ @ 203 CARDS BETTER BUTTONS 10c 135 MENS STRAW CAPS 25c 10 MENS YEAR ROUND WOOL SUITS $19.00 2 MENS ALL WOOL 2 )P COATS $10.00 9 MENS GABARDINE TOP COATS $10.00 l MANS POPLIN CAR COAT $8.00 54 PAIRS MENS UNIVERSITY PANTS $2.8 10 MENS WALKING SHORTS $1.00 14 MENS BETTER JACKETS $3.00 12 WOOL YEAR ROUND SPORT COATS $12.00 45 MENS COLORED DRESS SHIRTS $1.73 5 MENS TERRY BATH ROBES $4.00 130 WOMENS HANKIES 5c 1000 YARDS MATERIAL 2/$1.00 1000 YARDS DRESS MATERIAL 3/$1.00 ODDS and ENDS OF SEWING NOTIONS 5c 186 GIRLS ODDS & ENDS ANKLETS 25c 18 BETTER BEDSPREADS $1.50 to $6.00 5 DACRON FILLED COMFORTORS $5.00 12 BETTER DRAPERIES $4.00 4 SIDEWALK BICYCLES with Coaster $12.00 2 TRICYCLES !0" WHEELS $6.00 6 SPRING STYLE RIDING HORSES $4.00 4 BABY CARRIAGES $5.00 O O O O 4) e 4 UPHOLSTERED ROCKERS $5.09 28 BED LAMPS and BEDROOM LAMPS $2.00 8 TELEVISION LAMPS $3.00 2 FLOOR LAMPS WITH SHADES $10.00 13 REVERE WARE 7-PC. SETS $10.00 61 PAIRS BOYS UNIVERSITY PANTS $1.99 27 WOMENS BETTER SWEATERS $2.00 to $4.00 16 WOMENS BETTER SKIRTS $3.00 to $4.00 32 WOMENS White Soiled UNIFORMS $1.99 9 WOMENS BETTER UNIFORMS $4.00 13 WOMENS HOUSE COATS $4.00 to $5.00 24 WOMENS HOUSE COATS $3.00 PLUS HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. 33 WOMENS DRESSES $1.50 to $ 19 WOMENS COATS $6.00 to $ 17 WOMENS RAIN COATS $3.00 to $ 21 GIRLS COATS AND SUITS $2.00 to 14 PRS. WOMENS SHOES 35 PAIRS WOMENS SHOES 52 PAIRS WOMENS SHOES $3.33 & 32 CHILDRENS SHOES 90 CHILDRENS SHOES 19 CHILDRENS SHOES 27 MENS DRESS SHOES $4.44 to 47 MENS DRESS SHOES $5.99 to [(