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~YEARS AGO -- 1949 Addison Tillett, Miss Alice Calhoun ha,me near Bardane; Clem at the home of Dodson, Ranson; Tho (art) Russell died in State Hos,pital; JM.il- died at his daughters .Michigan. Lynehburg, Va. as guest speaker. Following the formal exercises the fol.lowing members were elected to the Church Council. Edward Vick ors, Grant Stine, Guy Ebersole, Robert D. Earley, S. N. Stone and F. T. Fiery. Elected on the Chur- ch's Board of Trustees were Roy A. Pap,no, Earl L. Bane and Wes- ley Link. Court House. The Staunton [Mili- tary Academy band of 60 pieces participated in the .parade. Sur- vivors of .the Confederate armies marching in :the ,parade were: H. T. Miley, Dr. B. B. Ranson, J. B. White, James H. Fritts and Rich ard McIntyre. W. Harvey Hill, Charles Town contractor for the ~ast several license has been is- Md. to Marcus Bolivar and Lucy of Brunswick, [Md.; Kathryn JoAnn Bal of Mr..and Mrs. 'Bal~lkntyne of 818 S. a,ud Murray E. Rhue 'Mr. and Mrs. iM. E. of Alliance, Ohio. At a special tez~m of the Jeffer- years has taken into association son Circuit Court, M. S. R. Molerwibh himself, Fred L. Glaize of was appointed jury commissioner Winchester, Vs. The firm will be to succeed P. S. Millard whose known as .the Hill Construction ,term has expired. Co. DIED:-In a Martinsburg Has- The State Board of Public pital, Mrs. Minnie V. Zembro wife Works appointed F. L. Jordan and of George E. Zombro, Shepherds j. Frank Grdner to fill two vaca- YEARS AGO -- 1939 Thomas Evangelical Lu was dedicated witch Homer Anderson of town resident; at his home at My ncics on the Jefferson County crstown, Newton White. Board of Equilization ,and Review 30 YEARS AGO -- 1929 Hon. Harry Byers of Martins- burg delivered the Confederate Memorial Day address at the' Prof. H. T. McDonald is t)he other member of the Board. James W. Bane one of the most ,widely known machine and thresh ermen in ,the cou,nty, died ,at ,the .home of his son, Earl L. Bane. E. A. ",Peck" Reiter has been named to succeed Marshall Mc- Donald as Athletic Director .at the local ~high school. i YOU CAN BUY A ,,HEW LOW AS THIS INCLUDES Distribution, Excise Tax, tIand- Charges, New Car Preparation. PLUS Torsion Total Contact Brakes, Electric Windshield Safety Rim Wheels, Automatic Choke, Luster Enamel, Oriflow Shock Absorbers, Dual Horns, Signals, BOdy Side Molding, Safety Glass Self Tightening Wheel Lugs. .~'v~Y"~'~'~ ..... e C. F. in Charge of ---AT--- WALL'S Ptf0NE 404 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 40 YEARS AGO --- 1919 Wheat was selling in Charles Town at $2.50 a bushel; corn at $8.25 a barreH; young chickens 50 cents a pound, eggs 45 cents a dozen. The Rans(~n home property near Charles Town was sold by S. W. Washington .trustee to L. D. Getzendunner for $5200. DIED:At her home in Berryville Irs. l~mma Hilleary Baker, wife of H. Wi.l,liam Baker; at his ,home in Middleway, Levi Line; at his home in Berryville, John D. Hart. Announcement was made that the new Methodist Church at Kab letow,n would be formally dedica- ,ted on Sunday, June 1, 1919. 50 YEARS AGO --- 1909 MARRIED:At the bride's home near Charles Town by the Rev. Jno. S. Alfriend, 'Miss Ellinor Mc Curdy Wysong to Charles N~bold Wysong of Port Washington, N. Y. DIED:At her home south "of Rip pan, this eoun, ty, IMrs. Frances A1- len Isbell, widow of Thomas Man tague Isbel!; i,a ,Martinsburg Mrs. Alice Virginia ~rant~x~, formerly of Duffields; at his~':ho~e: ,i~ ,bhis county, Oscar W. Ramey: , The Travers Heirs sold a house and lot fronting 140 feet on Wash ington St. at Seminary St. Char- les Town to Jwmes A. Thomas for $2800. Judge J. Harry Beall of Yon- kers, N. Y. ~r~l the address at ,Memorial Day exerci~ses in Char los Town. 60 YEARS AGO -- 1899 ~Miss Bessie Crane, daughter of Joseph Crane of Charles Town was married in Was,hington %o G. Will sell ut public auction the tools and equipment of the Jennings machine Shop located in Middiew~ty (Clipp) ~*. on SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1959, ZIEGINNING AT 12:00 NOON(E. D. S. T.) I Bend Bench Lathe, 9 inch swing-42 inch bed, quick- gear with motor and controller, 3 and 4 jaw chuck; 1- !'Falls sander; 1-5 speed drill press with motor; 1 mag- :huck 6x18 with D C generator; 1 Norton Tool grinder Spindle and motor; 1 Heavy Duty Grinder; 1-Dun- rip saw with motor; 2-12 inch C clamps; 1,Jig-saw inch throat; 1-Century Rod Boring machine; 1-500 SZnOoth Arc portable welder: 1- 5 KVA-110-220 trans- 1-29 foot I Beam; 1-~ ton Yale Speer Gear chain ~ith trolley; 1-one two inch centrifugal pump; 1-Dun- and grinder; 1-electric gun soldering iron, two speed; Boring tool; 1-Geometric Die Head; 1-six inch grinder; Tail stock for Atlas Lathe; 1-six inch Venier e; 8-500 watt factory lights; 1-Parker beater and flarer I-leveling glass with tripod; 1-inch and 2 inch B & S eters; Complete PT I saw sharpening unit; number 50 chain and sprockets; 12x18 surface plate; Dial indi- ct; telescope gauges; complete set of drafting tools; lamer; gauges and surface gauges; Die and tap set; a phase motors, fractional horse-power; air hose; 3 Space heaters; torches; new grease gun and 48 tubes te grease; pipe fittings; a lot of switches; Electric wire; beams; steel and aluminum; wheels; gears; rods; chisels; pliers; wrenches; pipe wrenches; bits; ex- 2-8x6-8 flush doors; [~" popular siding; 4 draw typing desk; a lot of machinist's hand books; 1 Building with Metal Roof; 2500 sq. ft; a lot of junk numerous items found and used in a machine shop. 1953 WILLYS JEEP 'PICK UP TRUCK Drive, 5 New Tires, Excellent Condition.) PUBLIC SALE Wagaman Property North George Street Ranson, West Virginia ! NoVice hereby given pur :suant o ,authority oon~ined in ,a decree of ~he Circuit Cour~ of Jeff erson ,County, Wes~ Virgini,a, en- tered on ~tihe 22nd d, ay of A, pril, 1959, in a s~it in Ci~ancery where in ~'rederick O. Byrer, as Adm&nis tv~vtor, d. b. n. of ~Ylary Louise Wag~m~an, deceased, et al. were pl,~in~iffs and Elvy War,man, et al, were defendants, ~he under- signed Frederick O. Byrer, Soec- ial Com~niss4oner, appointed by said decree, wil,1 offer $:or sale at ~he ~front door af ~he COURT HOUSE IN Charles Town, Jefferson Comity W. Va. At 10:00 o'clock A. M. Day light Saving Time on SATURDAY JUNE 13th, 1959, ~hose two certain lots or ,parcels ~f l~and, ixz~proved ~y u seven- room :frame stucco dwelling there on, ,and ocher ~buildings, know~a ,as Lots Numbers 7 and 8 in BlOck 91 on ,Vhe east s~de of North George Street ~n ~rne ~awn of l~anson Jefferson Coun;ty, West Virgima, and designated on ?2xe pla~ of She lands of The Oharles Town ~fin- ing :and M, anu.facturing and Im_ provemen,t Co~npany, recorded in the office ,of Vhe Clerk of ~he Coun Cy Court of Jefferson Cot~aty, W. V~a., i.n Deed Book "X", P~ge 1, ~to Which reference is m,ade for ,fur- ~Oher description thereof; and being Che same kand conveyed un- o Peter H~arrison Waga~nan and M, ary Louise "vVaDaman by deed from George C. Marsteller, umnar tied, recorded ,in sa~ld Clerk's Of- Tlce ,in Deed Book 129, Page 99, 'to ~hic~z reference is made cfor fur- ~her description chereof. TEl%MS OF SALE: One-,third cash on day of sale, ~alan,ce 4n Swo equal ,annu,al installments, , RANK OF CHARLES TOWN, wi~h in,terest, evidenced by notes ~'~t)I~IINI~STRATOR OF ESTATE OF PAUL JENNINGS. of ourohaser, secured ,by deed of ~trust and assign~mer~t of ,fire in- L'~?~IS:~_.CASH surance, ,with extended coverage, -~eh in repu:~a~ble ~nsuvance oo~npany ~ ltights Reserved ~n ,an ,amoun, t equwl ~to ~t ~east the I~,J~ffLLER, Auctioneer. ,a~moun,t of ~the unpaid balian.ce of purCh,ase ~price; or al'l or a greater --~u~ FURR, Clerk. ~portion in cash wi,th bu,lan,ce in Same time and place and under the same terms we following property of the late Herbert H. Jennings 2 swivel chairs, 2 straight back office chairs, cole (like new) index file, waste basket, electric add- adding machine stand, 3 desk trays, office ]amp, safe and miscellaneous office equipment. RUICK "SPECIAL 4-DOOR SEDAN, in; Condition. flANK OF CHARLI S TOWN, )R OF ESTATE OF HERBEBT H. JENNINGS II it. two equal annu,wl ~ins~all~nen~ like wise evidenced ,and secured a,t op- tion ,of purchaser. This Sale will be re,ado subjdc~ ~o approval and confirm~Vion by sa~d Court. ,FrREDERICI~ O. BYI%ER ~pecial Cvmm,issioner In the Clerk's Office of the said Circuit Court: I, Wm. M. Jones, Clerk of sa~d Circuit Court of Jefferson CounCy 'hereby certify t~,~vt Frederick O. Byrer, Special Commissioner, has executed ~bond w~t~h approved se- curity ,before 'me, cond@ioe~ed ac- cording ,to 1,a,w as requ~.,ed by said decree. W. ~. Jone~, C!erk May 21-4'r- "'E. l~inch of Tennessee. The best quality of ,wool w,as sold at 20 cents a pound. 70 YEARS AGO -- 1889 Rev. W. W. Downey, formerly of this county, died sudden,ly near 1%. Deposit, ~Md. A. G. Link of Duffields and F. T. MeFaden of Ha~pers Ferry, grad- uated from Che Union Theological Seminary at Ham,pden-Sidney, ~Va. DIED:At Rippon, Mrs. Elizabeth Osburn, widow of Dr. Abner as- burn; at Bz-acetown, Va. Mrs. Fea gans, widow of the late C. H. Fea- gans of Vv~heatland, this county; at her home in Charles Town Mrs. Tha~ldeus Baney; also in Charles Town George Dooley. Farmers Complete Wildlife Practices Several farmers have recently completed the wildlife practices pl~anned for t~heir farms. Soil Conservation Service coop orators W. H. Flana~an, La,ham Flaring.an, H. R. Euvey, Harry Cain, Adam Link and .several o~hers have improved t,he game habitwt on ~heir farms by provid- i,ng severn,1 wildlife food and cover areas. Mwterials planted were fur- nis~ed o~operators of t;he Eastern Pan,handle Soil Conservation Dis- K~ by the WeSt Virginia Game C~m~m s~i,o n. ',M, aterials plan~ed depend on ~he far~n and may include a var- iety of pr~(~t~ce:s, such as t~he plan ~in.g of pine trees for cover, ches,t nut tree's for food and cover les- ~pede~a and grains for food patch es or a comlyination of al~l of t)hem "Phe planing are usually m,ade in rock breaks or Other areas no~ de voted to cr(~ps. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Library Books Listed Books in the Charles Town Li- brary for t~he mon~h of June are herewith listed: - Fli~t~t in, to Gbl~vion-A. J. Han- na; I Wis:h He Would No Die- Ja.mes Aldridge; T.he Hunter- James Aldridge; Exodus-Leon Ur- is: Around the World with Auntie Mame-Pat~ck Dennis. ,Mour~tollve- Lawrence Durrell: Pioneer, Go Home-R,ic,hard Paw- ell; A Week in the Coun%ry-Er- nest Gebler; Rebeeca-Daphine Du Maurier; The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin- Benjamin Fva,nklin. The Detective Novels-John D. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE IHLRSDAY, J[iNE 11, 1959 5---B Carr; The Gray Flannel Shroud- Henry Stesar. JUVENILE "l~he Short Wave My~ery-Fh-ank lin W. Dixon; The Secret of Don- key Island-bavinia R. Davis; The i Adventures of Tom Sawyer-,Mark Twa,in. _ .......... Any wife can make a man of her husband if he will only listen to what she says. II III I II I I [gl I IIII III I IIII I I YOU CLEANLINESS.* SEE THE MODERN ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS TODAY-- THE POTOMAC LIGHT & POWER CO. 9 E0onomist, ~ii!:i!iiii! iiii!~iiiiiiiiiii Mrs. Kathryne Sheehan Hughe~ :: ....................... of Washington, D. C., President, k i ii!::i District of Columbia Home ~&: ! Economies Association.~:~i "I think everyone should go through the Wonder Research Laboratories and Bakery the way I did. It certainly showed me how much care goes into the making of Wonder Bread. In addition to testing all the ingredients that go into Wonder Bread, they are so interested in good basic nutrition. "That's why I recommend Wonder Bread for children and for all the family. I can certainly see how Wonder Bread helps make us stronger 12 ways. Wonder Bread has such a wonderful distinctive flavor! I believe it is the best bread made today--even better than the bread my grandmother used to bake." @ at ONLY WONDER BREAD IS BAKED UNDER 5-WAY CONTROL BY THE SCIENTISTS OF THE WONDER RESEARCH LABORATORIES 'I S-WAy CONTROL MEANS: (1) ingredient evaluation (2) process improvement (3) product evaluation (4) product improvement ($) flavor improvement What Wonder Bread Can Do For Your Children, For You And Your Husband WONDER BREAD HEU~'BUILD STRONG BODiF..S 12 WAYS protvin as ' Cal~um f~r , serving o! roast bo~ ~nd t~eth ~rlo~n o bed, ~ I~ h,lpia 7 B~m 8 ~N~ *T~. ~*t e*m,u,.*d d.a~, l, ~1 ,, ,,n,.ffl,,,, What does a home economist want in a bread? The same things every mother wants for her family--goodness. Goodness assured by scientific laboratory control in clean bakeries ,.. and top-quality ingredients. Which is Why more women buy Wonder Bread than any other brand. They know it helps children grow bigger and stronger 12 ways. 12 Ways To Growth For normal physical and mental development, children must get a well-balanced diet of protein, fat, carbohydrates, vitamins and miner- als, such as come in meats, milk, eggs, fruit, green-leafed and yellow vegetables. Wonder Bread contains 12 essential food elements that help your child grow normally. The amounts of these 12 food elements in Wonder Bread are com- pared with similar amounts con- tained in other foods. This does not suggest that Wonder Bread take the place of these other foods. Or that your child is deficient in any of these elements, particularly cobalt, copper, zinc and manganese. However, the fact is Wonder Bread does contain each of the 12 food elements approximately in the amounts shown. Thus, when you give Wonder Bread to your child, you know you are helping your child grow bigger. and stronger 12 ways. This suggests that you do 3 things: (1) Start your child eating 8 slices of Wonder Bread today. (2) Measure your child's height and weigh him today. (3) See how height and weight increase in 3 months; 6 months; each year. Fresh And Tender You should have no trouble getting your child to eat plenty of big, new Wonder Bread. Because it is fresh with a tender texture and crust; a mouth-watering aroma. And--makes perfect toast. Get big, new Wonder Bread fresh from your grocer today. And start helping your child grow bigger and stronger 12 ways. CONTINENTAL BAKING COMPANY, Inc. i::~ i ii:I i li ,/ ii ! Uill :iii : 9: ~] IL!I !~, i !iiii! ii:iiii: \