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WEATHER AND Quite Different is. quite differerrt fr6m Week as we had three rain and one week Pas~ morning brig~ht sun a beautiful day. So nice ~ Side after three days of l~n fall. Tuesday mor~n~ng sultry at I p. m. Ther crawling up o 93 and getting dry. Wednesday another sultry morning a.t Blue Ridge 93 and nl$1-rt. Thursday ,mor has appeara,.nce of we did have a little irl lwte evening. Friday cloudy and still warm clouds becoming heavy 4 p. m. we had a heavy rain and hall a~nd several minutes, water hi~ther and tAhither in all S~turday morning a ~Unshine after the storm and such beautiful col- blue and cha,~ngeable picture 2 p. m. rolling and becoming in a short time wind r~in coming in torrents see out the window ice balls but no damage c~ld, oil fur,nace at bed time digging in we sure were cozy. just plain cold, your j.acket on when was cold ~1'1 day and strong wi~d came in very night. Monday morning the Sun is sending forth sunshine. So I think warmer to do so be care look,kng forward w1~n visit from my reader. Mrs. Herman Garrett Sunday evening with OTHER By Mrs. Georgia Pearl the formers paren,ts Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garret~t of Millville. Mr. Garret~t who has been handicap- ped several months for a broken hip he received from a fall while in Winchester, Va. bu,t wi,~h and parle,ace Mr. Garrett is im- proving a little each day. Extend Sympathy We the folks of our li,ttle vill~age wi~sh to extend our very deepest heart fel,t sympaC~hy to the Tur- ner family for t,heir loss of a won derful mother and wife. We have :known Mrs. Turner for years. She was loved by everyone, a wonder- ful neighbor~ and a Chris~an vChich means every~'h~,ug. I have met Mrs. Turner many tames ask- ing always how she was. Her reply fairly good but trusting in the Lord. She has le~t a wonderful e~ample to paVtern after and may her life thwt She lived be never forgotten. I can say I have tried to follow t, he most precious and wonderful example my mother i,n her last moments I spent with her. They always linger with you; it is wonderful to know we have such mothers. Mrs. Edith Garrebt has been painting the interior of Mrs. Wll lie Pipers home this week w~ile Mrs. Piper is working. Mrs. Gar- rett has rea,lly pu~ the finishing touch on the in,terior of the home. ,Mr. Howard Wil,t is feeling a- 1;mu~ as usual aCT after a heart ailment.n, A few days ago this o,t- tack came on him whi~le he was at work at ShenandoXh. He has had similar attacks but :this one seemed to be more difficul,t but he re,ted a couple days and was a~ble to go back to work. Mrs. Lavern Talton and mother :Mrs. Myrtle Wil:t were business vis itors in WasTfin~ton, D. C. Mort- day mornkng. Enjoyed Visit Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garret mo tored to the Mr. and Mrs. J~hn Love home on Sunday and enjoy- ed a wonderful visi,t and a most delicious and appetizing di,uner served by the hos~tess. Fried chick en and a meat loaf along wi'th salad and vegetables and good eats were real,ly satisfying for des sert, pine apple ice crea;m cake and banana custard pie. The day was fully spen~ With ~ood eats and a w o~nderful visi,t. This was the first visi,t for Mr. and Mrs. Garre.Vt at the Love Home. Mrs. Pearl is a sister of Mr. I_~ve. W. S. C. S. Festival June 20 The W. S. C. S. of Chestnut HHl wil,1 sponsor a festival at ~he cthur ~h haM Saturday evening, June 20 beginning a~ six p. m. There will be hot rog sandwiches, ham sandvciches, ice cream, pies, cakes home made candy, soft dr&nks and coffee. Everyone is welcome. C~me ou, t pay us a visi~ and ~et ac- quainted. We will be looking for l 5a0U. Mr. Charles Hardy w~ho has been a patient in the hospital in Maryland is now at his home with his family for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Longer- beam and l~t~le daughter have sold their home to Mr. Elvery Jen k,ins. Mr. L~ngerbe~m has bou g~,t a home in Charles Town where he ~s movin.g immediately and Mr. Jenl~ins v~fl~l move to his new h~me he recently purchased. W. S. C. S. Meeting The W. S. C. S. met on Tuesday n~gCrt wt the home of their pres- iden/5 Mrs. Georgia Pearl and at 7:30 Vhe dev~tiona,1 meeting open- ed by s4,nging. We walk together My Lord and I. We were led in prayer by Mr. G. C. Pearl, then all joined in singing Heaven is A'H To Me. Scripture lesson was read from Psalm twentieth c~apter by Miss Arhu~sus VCil~, poems were read by Essie L~ncas~er. "Fake time to pray. Annie Writ curse or crown Arbutus W~l*t learn to be u TO THE J. C. PENNEY COMPANY ON THE THEIR NEW AND ALL MODERN OPENING OF lady. Edith OarreVt Build a be~- ter you. An:tdon~el~te Wil~, s,rni,le awhile. Mrs. Nina Runion, Strai- ght way to God Georgia Pearl, Jewels along the way our closing hymn, cohere we'll never grow old our secretary Mrs. Anme Wil,t called the roll those answered ,the call were Georgia Pearl Ed~th Gar re~t, Georgia Staubs, Reba Staubs Ruth Manuel, l~ina Runion, Linda Pai,n,ter, Essie Lancaster, Charles Garrett, G. C. Pearl, Paul Runion Dale Grey, Junior Runion and 1YIr John Runion. Plans were made for a festival for June 20. The hos tess served ice cream; cocoanut .cake, carmel cake and 3 tier birth day cake baked by Mrs. Georgia Staubs for the presiden,t and Miss Reva S,taubs birCchday. Ice ~e~ and coffee were served. Everyone e,.njoyed the full evening Mrs. Edi th Garrett baked ,t~he cocoanu,t cake for her aurrt Mrs. Pearl. ~Ir. and Mrs. Owen Conkyn of near Charles Town were business visi.tors wt the home of Mr. and ~Mrs. G. C. Pearl Wednesday. tMr. and Mrs. Leslie HyConen motored from Fails Church, Va. ~o their Ran.oh Home in the Blue ~ld'ge Moun~tai,.us and enjoyed the cool autumn weather over the weekend. They got the blankets ou they had stored aw~ay for ehe summer and enjoyed .a mo~t wonderful rest. iMr. William Wll,t has d~sposed of his heavy ~truck and is planmng ~o buy a smaller truck wl~i,eh will be more handier for him sin.ce l~v ing a good job then wi:th the lar ger one. Falls Down Steps~ 'Mrs. Myrt,le W~l,t l,n some way became a li~ttle con~fused 'in com- in,g down the s~e,ps from the porch and m~ssed the three louver steps and fell. Her s~n who was near rushed to her aid to know~ Wha.t bou, t normal. By Mrs. Robert Braithwaite .Miss Nanc~ Boyd lef,t Sunday for Beckley, W. Va. where she is ~a home economist. For ehe i as ~eek she h~s been v~siti,.ug her iparen~ tMr. and ~Vlrs. Eree~ Boyd. I r ! Mrs. Dora Tuner, Mr. Bud Tur ner, ~YIrs, ~l.ula (Lee and ~Mr. Edith Thomas visi:ted wi,th Mr. and 'Mrs. ~aymond 'Fol~tz ~n Hagerstown, 'Md. ol~ Sunday. Wallace WelSh's new ,address is P~t. Wallace Welsh, RA 13661314, Com,pany A, 8~h Batalion, Fort Jackson, S. C. Larry Osbourn of Shepherds- tow,.u ~spen~ Sunday wi,th his class ,ma~e and Srlend Benny ~M,ar~a'll. 'Mr. and l~rs. Harry Creamer ,and ~amily visited ~Sunday ~vith her brother and sister-in-law ~Mr. and lMrs. Harry Dodge, ~Pine Grove, Va. Mr. and Mrs. William Stanley, Martins'burg visited with his sis- ~,ers, IM~sses Belle and Lois Start- ley and Mrs. Robert Whitiag, Sun !Mr. and ~Mrs. Harry Creamer and day. ~ ~amily.,s Cindy Miller, Shepherds- I Reverend Paul Curvey Shepherd ~own visited over t,he weekend stown was guest minis~ter in ~he .with ~her friend and classmate Presbyterian Church Sunday, Barbara Gall Creamer. June 14 at 12:30. ,Mr. and Mrs. George Benedum Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer ,and daugh~ters B~avbara White and and family visited Sunday wit,h Judy, Harrisburg, Pa. visited over her sister and bro,t, her-i;a-law Mr. ,t'he weekend wi,t,h her paren,ts Mr. i.and tMrs. Charles Darr and son and ~VIrs. W. B. Hammond. Chuckle Round Hill. Va. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1959 7--B to be entertained for a group din ner at Shenandoa'h Downs on this evening. &bout seventy-five persons will spend t'he evening on beautiful Starlig%t Terr,~ce a,nd served a special menu from the kitchens of ed for t~he nex,t few weeks at Sheuandoa~ Downs, where it seems everybody has a good ~tivae and ~e best homes win. From the ~rast terrace area ~of the club house, diners spend ~t~he whole evening and get the ,thrilt o4 !Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer and Mrs. Robert Braithwaite visi :ted Thursday eveni,ug with Mr. ,and IMrs. Buddy Swartz. Dr. Dwight ~IcQuilkin visited his niece and fami:ly Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thornburg. Closing service ,for Vacation Bib le S'ho~l was Sunday night ~at Martinsburg Kiwanis Club ,To Be Guests At Shenandoah Downs Sportservice, Inc., caters at Shen andoah. Also tonigh members of the Mountain ~heatre Associa,tion of Braddock Heights, Md. are to dine on ,the popular S~arligh~t Terrace. An irfformal reception for both parties is sehedu~led for 6:00 p. m. in the Execu~ve Rooms of the seeing the horses do the co~4rse ,Chrough ",Vhe tunnel of l~i~ht." NO HUNTING, NO TRESPASSo' ING SIGNS For Sale at the office of the Spirit of Jefferson-Advoeate on N~rth George Street, Charles town. Buy your needs today. Oct. 2 - tf.----nc 7:30 in ~he Grace Evangelical and Reformed Church. Mrs. Gilbert Creamer and dau- ghters, Mary Fra,nves, Barbara and Virginia visi.ted Monday even ing 'with ~he formers mother and sister Mrs. Wal,ter Lloyd C~ar~es Town ,and Mrs. Dal~ton Fritts, Phil :adelphia, Pu. who is visiting ~here for a few days. ~Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hendricks and daughters Cyn~thia and Dana, Shenandoah Juncblon and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond MiNer visited width Mr. and Mrs. G41bert Cream- er ,and family over ~he weekend. Miss Norma Kay Whetzel, d au~- gheer of lVlr. and Mrs. Norman Whetzel returned home Friday from ,the C~ty Ho~pi,tal, MartAns- ,burg a,fter being ,a pa~ien.t ~here for a week or more. All of her friends wish her a speedy recov- ery. iMr. and ~Virs. Allan Lee Creamer and sister-in-taw Mrs. Gilbert Creamer Shepherdstown visited Sunday with 'the 'formers aun.t and un'gle Mr. and ~VIrs. Harry Creamer and family. The Va.cation Bi~ble School Pic- ni,c was held Friday evening at the Grace EvangeticM and Refor- ,med Church. ~arieties of f o~)d. ~as served and i,t was enjoyed by everyone. .Mr. Joseph Dodge Jr. ,a pa~ien~t ~n the Newton D. Baker Veterans Hospital ~V~arti,nsburg visited over the weekend wi,th 'i~is sister and ,brot'her-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creavner and family. He re- turned back to ,the hospi~a'l ~Mon- day morning. tMr. and Mrs. Robert Braith- .vea,i,te spent :Sunday wi~h *his par- ents ,Mr. and ~VIrs. J~hn Brai*th- wai,te ~Byrd's Orchard Charles Town. :Mrs. l~ichard Braithwalte and sister Mrs. Roy Breed~.u and son's Philip and Wayne Ranson ~isited Thursday evening with )he for- mers sis:ter-ln-law Mrs. Robert Brait~hwai,te. :Miss Virginia Creamer visi.ted wit2t her parenes IMr. and Mrs. Gil bert Creamer and ,family un~l Tuesday of ~shis week. Virginia is presently 'a secretary em,ployed by .Vhe Covin~ton and Burli,.ug Law Firm in Washington. She return- ed home Tuesday evening, Mr. ,and ,Mrs. Nelson Thoreson .and ,children Sparky and Anna Re~.uee, Alexandria Virginia and Mrs. Johnny Porterfield, Hedges- i vHle visited the las:t week wi,th ~heir sister and brother-in-:taw Members of the Martinsburg Ki warns Clu~b a~nd their ladies are club house third floor. ~Many service and civic clubs a~ud social organi~m~tions are book High court reaffirms ban on a wife's testimony. ,.I, C, PENNEY COMPAN TRULY ONE MODERN IN J. OF THE NEWEST AND MOST C. PENNEY COMPANY HISTORY. WE WISH THE PENNEY COMPANY MUCH SUCCESS AT THEIR NEW HEADQUARTERS. 'BUILDERS ~t OF THE NEW PENNEY STORE. 'N ii i !i i On West Washington Street in Charles Town We Are Proud To Have Been Privileged To Do The Sheet Metal Work in Conjunction With the Air-Conditioning Instal- lation at This New Store. 101 West Lee St. Hagerstown, Md. Phone 'RE 3-8181 i/ II TO THE --- NEY CO f 'ON THE OPENING OF THEIR NEW AND MODERN STORE IN CHARLES TOWN. WE WISH YOU MANY YEARS OF SUCCESS. YOUR NEW STORE IS CERTAINLY BEAUTIFUL. 7 i RIGHT IN THE CENTER OF TOWN FOR YOUR BANKING ..... ONVENIENCE. TO THE J. C. PENNEY COI;4PANY ON THEIR NEW AND ALL MODERN PEFINEY'S IN CHARLES TOWN WHICH IS HAVING A GRAND OPENING TODAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WE ARE PRUOD TO HAVE BEEN SE- LECTED TO DO THE ELECTRICAL WIRING OF THIS NEW BUILDING, AND WE WISH YOU CONTINUED SUCCESS IN THIS NEW STORE. 318 S. Illinois Avenue Martinsburg, W. Va. TO THE ON THE OPENING OF THEIR BEAUTIFUL NEW AND MODERN STORE IN CHARLES TOWN. 'We Are Happy To Have Installed the Plumbing and Heating For The New Store. PHONE 2107 KEARNEYSVILLE, W. VA. ---AND--- --- TO THE--- | ON THE OPENING OF THEIR NEW AND MODERN STORE IN CHARLES TOWN YOUR NEW STORE IS INDEED A VERY BEAUTIFUL'ONE AND QUITE AN ADDITION TO THE BUSINESS SECTION OF OUR TOWN. ACROSS FROM THE CDURT HOUSE A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871