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AND OTHER By Mrs. Georgia Pearl 1~ Weather rest. Thu:rsday morni~ng some sun umn weather the pas~,~shine and warmer. Friday morn- and very pleasant Well ing sunshine and a wee bi,t warm again ready'for a few er and some clouds i,r~ evening t't and a-wonderfulSaturday morning more like sum e Week ago this morn mer time. A wonderful day for ou't e different than what of doors. A number of hikers on- e. It was much morejoying the trip from Keyes Gap to inside than out of Wilsc,ns Lean-to. They reported a , closed up and fur- great ,trip and route 9 was more :uesday morning very Ithan busy Saturday aH day. Sun- te clouds need o.f rain :day much warmer, some clouds tad i,n late evening a but not one drop of rain. Mon- tnesday cool and day morning a great day .to wock suns)hine in af.ter- and to relax. Proud to know you s'prinkle of rain in enjoy reading about our little much cooler but a country home town. to stum'ber on and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rickles MODEL LJ-11S l 1-CUBIC-FOOT GENERAL ELECTRIC TWO ICES IN ONE Refrigerator AUTOMATIC-DEFROSTING REFRIGERATOR ZERO-DEGREE FREEZER 2-Cubic-foot capacity and... "k" 3 SLIDE-OUT SHELVES ADJUSTABLE DOOR SHELVES TWIN VEGETABLE DRAWERS "k" BUTTER COMPARTMENT "A" EGG RACK 202 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. and rtau~l~,cr N~rma. Jean cf Oharles,~- Tow~ were recent vis,i,tors wi,th the latters paren,ts Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey W'ilt and daugh- I ter Antionnet,te and Arbutus at t;heir home. ,Miss Sandra Tal,ton spen~L l;he weekend with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Tal,ton of Hamilton, Va. Mrs. An,n~e Wil,t was a recent visitor with her niece Mrs. lanier Hostler of Murrell Hill. Mrs, Georgia Staubs was a visi- tor Wednesday with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Mrs. John Runion and son Paul and ~VIiss Ann D~rancis Runica and Linda Painter were visitors Thurs day evening wit, h Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Mrs. Lora,ine Hos~tier assisted her raG,thor Mrs. Nora Rinker Mon day "and Wednesday wi,th house cleaning. Mr. and Mrs. Wal~ter Davis and family were visitors Friday even- ing with the formers niece and hus'band Mr. and Mrs. I~'orrest Hostler. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Harris and t~heir daugh,ter Patsy and family iof Washington, D. C. motored to the country Tuesday and were visiting with relatives and friends iin our community and also a niece and family Nh'. and Mrs. Nell Slusher of Ransom Mr. and Mrs. William Wil,t and grandson Master Stephen* Angelo motored to Burke, Va. Sunday and were dinner guests wit'h theh' daughter and family Mr. and Mrs, Frankie A,ngelo. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett were dinner guests Sunday wit'h their uncle and aun,t Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl this being Fathers Day and Mrs. Pearls birthday. Mr. and Mrs. He~m.an Garrett were dinner guests Fathers Day wi,th the formers father and mo- t~her Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garrett of MillviHe. Mr. Charles Garrett was a visi- for o,rt Sunday evening with Mr. R~bert Wiley of MurreH Hill who is a medical pat,ien,t in Charles Town General Hospital. Patient In Hospital Mr, George Tal, ton motored to Was~ngton, D. (2. and visited his brot'her Mr. Charles Talton who is a patient in Georgetown hos- pi,tal. He has been a patient in this ,hosoi,tal several times in the past mc~.n,ths for x-,rays and sur- gery but t~he pas,t week he became cri~tically ill while at tthe home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Talton of Hamilton. Va. and was taken immedia:tely ,to the hospital where he is in a m~itieal cond,i,tion. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Harris of Wwshingon, D. (2. along with the formers sister and brot~her met ant the home of t~heir father Mr. James B. HalTis Sr. and enjoyed i a get together and dinner wit'h Vheir f~ther on Fa,t~hers Day. Mr. Harris is in his nineteenth year !and quite active. Filled Pulpit Sunday Roy. C. W. Lloyd filled his reg- ular a,ppoinCmen,t Sunday' at elev en a. m. reading from the BoOk of Romans the eigh't'h chapter and the first sixteen verses for his subject he chose tJhe fourteenth verse For as many t~ha,t are led by thes p]rit of God they are t~he sc,us ef ~. Mr. and )Mrg. Kelley l~[iller and family of Pa. were dinner gues,ts Saturday with the formers sis,ter and famdly Mr. and Mrs. John Runion and after an a ppe'tizing coun~try dinner of t~l~a~ good cook ing of ham and chicken and a vis- it the Miller family mo,tored to Nit. Jackson, Va. for a visit with relatives and friends. Master Stephen Angelo of Bur- ke, Va. spent b'he weekend with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Wi] li~m Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lancaster an'd little daughter Diane of Mar- reH Hill spea~t 10he weekend width the forvners parents Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lancaster and granddaugh- ter Carro'll Lancas,ter. Mrs. Edit~h Garret~t assi,~ted he.r daugh,ter Mrs. Deloris Jenkins on Wednesday and Thursday with ~hree rooms of her home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett were visi~tors on Sunday evening wi,bh their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Nell, Slus,her of Ra,n son. Mr. David Wile gave a helping hand to Mr. G. C. Pearl in making hay Monday afternoon. Mrs. W~nslow Ring o~" Bakerton was a dinner guest Thursday .widish her two sons Richard and Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wil,t and son Lee and d'aug~hter Cindy Lo~,, of Murrell Hill were Saturday night guests with the former:~ par en~ts Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and daughters Antaonnebte and Arbutus. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Harris and son Sammy of Neersville, Va. were wisitors Thursday with the la,tters sister Miss Eva Pearl. Mi-. Eugene Shreeves of Arling- ton, Va, was a business visitor wfth Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl at their home Tuesday evening. Mr. Walter Wilt who has been !on the sick list for some time hasn't bee~ feeling so well the past week. Mrs. Deloris Piper and four children were dinner guests Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jenlcins and family. Festival A [Success The Festival sponsored by the W. S. C. S. of Che~tnu Hi l'l which was held ~wt the church hall was a success. A good crowd and a race sum realized. Everyone pres- en, t. Just seemed ,to have a trem- endous a, poet~te, every(~ne was busy, folks coming a~d going, won derful fel,lowshi, p and all enjoyed t'he evening and ~it just wasn't too long before they ,were sold ou, t (ff everything and wt t~he closing hour v~hi,ch was early folks were s;till driving in so glad to see everyc,ue and some new faces. We do our very best to make you ,welcome and glad to have you wi,th us any time. *Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Larue and son Ronnie and daughter Connie of MurreH Hill ,v~as visitors Satur- day evening wi~h the formers par en~s Mr .a,nd Mrs. Hu'mghrey WLI and daughters Antionne~te and Arbutus. 'Mrs. Edi,th ~arret~, yeas a lun- cheon gues,t on 2hhursday wi:t;h ~her sis~ter-inzlaw Mrs. Myrtle Wilt. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY William B. Stuck Is Re.Appointed To State Board Of Pharmacy Seventeen stair officials were re appoin~ted by Gov. Cecil H. Un- derwood Friday. AI'I appoin~tments become effective Jiffy 1. V. P. (Bucky) Harris of Char- le~to~ ,was re-named to a new eigh,t year term as member of the West Virginia Turnpike Commis- sion. William B. Stuck Charles Town Sta,te Board of Phar~n,a,cy and ~Robert Williaxnson Jr., Charles- 'ton, State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers. ; Reappointed to new six year terms were: Robert L. Galvin, Lumberport, Harrison County, State Board of Probat,ion and Parole; Joh,n C. Ailes, Romney, Sta.te,~ Road Com- mission; Sherman H. Ballard, Pe- terstown, Monroe County, Work- men's Compensa~tAon A~ppeal Board and Wes.t Virginia Univer- sity Dean Clyde L. Colson, )Mor- gantown, State Eleetica Commis- sion. Rurita ve Chicken Barbeque In Berr vnlle June 27 The Clarke County Rm~tan Club will hold it's annual Chicken Barbeque at the B~rryvHle Elem- entary School Saturday, June 27, starting at 5 p. m. Tickets are now on sale and may be secured from any Ruritan membler or from Pan coast Atlantic Serl, ice in Berry- ville. The public is cordlal'ly knvited to attend this function and it will be another outstanding meal wi,th "'Ptdgeon-cooked" barbecue as the mum course. Turbine engine may lift hellcop ter sales. No matter what you may think, Congress is a great institution. NOTICE! Pursuant, to the provisions of Chapter 11, Article 3, Section 24, Code of West Virginia, 1955, the County Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, will, on Tuesday, June 30th, 1959 at 10 o'clock A. M. convene at the County Court room in the Court House in Charles Town, and will remain in session for a period not exceeding twenty- five days, for the purpose of re- viewing and e~lualizing the assess ment ma~le by the assessor of Jef ferson County, for the year 1959. Given under my hand and offi- cial seal this 5th day of June 1959. Emily A. M. Stanley Clerk of the County Court Of Jefferson County, W. Va. June II-3T- Any ,~fe e.~n make a mo, n of her husband if he will only listen to what she says. READ THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE PIRIT ,IEFr, Eh: 0N AtbVGC-kTE THIIRSI)AY, ,I[ NE 25, 1959 2--R READ TIlE CLASSIFIEDS READ THE CLASSIFIEDS I l lll l l II I I II I l I II 0 e with cold | ALWAYS FRESH .... ALWAYS GOOD i I On 'Sale At All Leading Grocery Stores Everywhere 5 !u I I t GIVE A PIHT OF Blood Emerg or Is N Time H,ospital How and AT ALL To KEEP i l Your life may k~ oe it. You never know when you or someone you love, will hove to hove a blood transfusion in order to live. The life line is at your Red Cross E, iood Center ENROLL AS A DONOR TODAY THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED IN THE INTEREST OF THE RED CROSS AND THE BLOOD PROGRAM BY 0