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AND OTHER By Mrs. Georgia THE WEATHER again its time to we,at,her and how ~Peeds along. It scarcely ~hough another week by since I last had a You dear readers and I how much I enjoy You this lit'tle chi,t-ch:a,t. We had r,ather c hange- er, one week ago Mo,n- Te getting a lit,tle sho- Was badly needed ge,t- e on the chilly side i,n ag. Tuesday morning great morning, the air from the Blue Ridge day warmer. Wednes- Lg a few scattered clo- ~l and a wonderful day raorni,ng very humid af moving very w'arm COluds :in 1,ate after- ~ain Friday morning and'a very nice rainL, some time and so rain. Saturday mor a:ad very warm much colder in the a cold damp air just a little more t~he house. Sunday close, heavy clouds few drops of rain cloudy. Monday nice morning heavy peeping though we will have a to visit with you Jr., of Front spent ,the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Sr. Leslie Hytoneu ,to Vheir home in "Ca. after spending Weekend a~t t~heir ,the Blue Ridge tMts. Ralph Rickles, Sr. and Mr. Samuel iv~r:~. Ro~e W~IL who ha.,~, b~cn,A/2e Malwin CI,. Jack::on, .~on of qui~e sick for sever.al days ~s Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Jackson slowly improving she has been under the doctors care. Mrs. Clayton Tal:ton of Hamil- ton, Virginia en,tered Leesburgh Hospi'tal for an operation whirl was last week. We recently heard the good news. She is conveless- i,ng very nicesly and will be home soon, our very best wishes to you Kerns of Martinsburg, W. Va. Mrs. Talton she is well known were visitors Wednesday evening in our community. with Mr. and ,Mrs. John Runion 'Mr. Paul Wilt of Charles Town and family. W. Va. was a busines,s visitor with MOTORS FROM TEXAS his parents Mr. and tMrs. Hum- phry Wil't recently and making Mr. Donald Ja'ckson who ~s s~at- plans to build a fron't a,t the Wilt toned in Texas and along with home which he wilt begin shortly. his wife and little daughter mo,tor 'Mr. and Mrs. RiChard West and ed from Texas, to the home of ,his two sons of Purcellville, Va. were parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles visitors on Thursday evening with Jackson, they are pl'anning a len- the laters parents, Mr. and 'Mrs, gthy visi.t as Donald is on his furloug,h he is kept busy visiting !John Runion and family. with brothers and sisters a,ndi District Supt. Rev. Warner of other relatives and his friends i Hagers'town, Md., was a supper of whic'h he has a host of them.!guest Thursday evening with Rev. and ,Mrs. C. W. Lloyd at the par- BALTIMORE VISITORS sonage. Mr'. and Mrs. Elmer Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrett and family of Baltimore, Md. were visitors Sunday event,rig wit'h spent 'the 4th of July with his their daughter and family, ,Mr. ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Mrs. Nell Slasher, Ranson, Jackson, two of ~these grandsons W. Va. are staying with the grandparents Mrs. tester Wilt has returned Baltimore Hospital for surgery a home from Charles Town general vchile ,their mother is e,ntering the hospital where s~he was a surgical major operation. We extehd to the patient and is resting very corn- mot'her, Mrs. Elanor Jackson for fortable. a successful operation and a spe- NEW SCHOLARS edy recovery and dos'it worry $or the two sons ~hey will be weN Class No. 4 Mrs. Georgia Pearl taken care of by the grandparents teacher is very proud 'to enroll two more new scholars to her BREAKS TWO RIBS class which now makes an even ,Mrs. John Runion Who had the dozen. The ,.new ones Sunday were misfor,tu,ne to break two ribs is Sandra Talton and Duane Jack- coming along very nicely bu~ ,son 'they were all very proud to ra,ther slow to her s~he says as s,he know w~hen t~he secretary read the is just a little han'dica,pped when report that class four was annou- is comes to working. Bes:t wishes need as the star class last Sun- to you Nina, please be more care- day and also this Sunday. ful the next time. Master Stephen Angelo of Burke Mrs. Myrtle Wil't and Mrs. Lay- Virginia spen,t the weeke,nd with ern Tallow were vis,itors wi't,h [Mr. his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt. Mrs. Annie Wil,t, Mrs. Ida Piper Mrs. Edith Garret,t. IMrs. Essie Lancaster, ~Mrs. Georgia Staubs OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE and Mrs. ~Margie Garrett were JULY 16 1959 3--B business visi,tors ia Martinsburg, ' W. Va. Thursday morn~ing. QUARTERLY CONFERENCE The First Quarterly Conference was held a~t Chestnut Hill Thurs- day ni~h't with Su~pt. Warner in charge, services were held before the business mee,Ung wit)h Rev. Warner reading ~from the Book ~fler to settle the Estate of the late Lloyd G: Stall, of St. John. The fif, teent,h Chapter Sell at Public Sale, the Following Personal Property, and first fourteen verses, for 'his I on Jefferson Avenue, Charles Town, W. Ca.,on su~bject the 14th verse. You ,are LY my friends if you ,do whatsover SATURDAY, JU 18, 195'9 I command. His talk was brief bu't very understanding the business ~(~INNING AT 2:00 O'CLOCK P. M. (E.D.S.T.) meeting ,fol'lowed with the role call, different subject were dis- HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. cussed at ~he C,losing me gave another very in,teresUng talk. e Living Room ,Suite, 2 Arm Chairs. 1 Marble Top JMrs. Loraine Hosteler was a din- Two 8 x 10 Rugs, 1 4-Piece Bed Room Suite, 1 Metal her gues,t Wednesday .with her mot.her Mrs. Nora Risker. *be, 1 Old Walnut Secretary, Bookcase, Davenport, PROUD OF NEW ORGAN Itoom Table and Chairs, Radio Buffet Several Straight The Chestnut Hill folks are very 'proud to say ,they ,are the ow,n~s :now of ~ , 3Tear Dou~b~e Manuel keytmard Cohn Electric Chairs; Hollywood Bed, Fold-A-Way Bed, Wash Mirror, SePal FlOor Lamps, Metal Break- with 4 Chairs; Electric Stove, Refrigerator, Small Cabinet, Few Dishes and Cooking Utensils} Some Bed a~d Drapes; Several Metal Lawn Chairs, Few Tools, and Other Articles too numerous to mention. of Drawers, China Closet, Buffa, Extension Table, Seat and Cane Seat Chairs and Rockers; 1 Bed Mattress Spring; 1 Folding Bed and Couch;1 Sofa Red; Kitchen Cabinet, Lawn~ Chairs, Swing, Dishes, Red Clothing. Lawn Mowers Gaxden Tools and Plow; Chairs, Stroller, Wheelbarrow, Ladders, Cammer Sweeper. " 1950 Packard 4-Door (EXCELLENT CONDITIC)N) Auto Trailer. SH. EST. LLOYD G. STULL A. D. JONES, Executor. ~[ILLER, Auctioneer. FURR, Clerk. 9.2t. Organ .we are ou't of debt now as we jus,t pa,id 'Mr. G C. Pearl the last paymen.t on the note wh,ich 'he pa~d 'the music co. ~he full amount and we made :he pay- ments on ~he note. We had sev- eral contributions we do won't ,to thank Mr. John Love w,ho gave to us a ,nice gift it really means a grewt deal and a big lif.t to us. And as I an pre~iden of the W. S. C. S. I really want 'to thank Cthe members of this organization who stood by me in carrying th~is bur- den 'th,~t worked w~it.h me so will- ingly and so f~aithful,ly'w:hile pay- ing. ~Mr. Pearl we ~feel sure we icould be the owners of l~his fine organ w,itlh i;a a year so Che year i isn't up ye~t and here we :are ~the debt paid and we are happy I want to say re'any thanks to every one who 'ha,s a share in th~is again we feel so very greatful. [Mr. ,and Mrs. Rev. C. W. Lloyd 'a0nd Miss Nannie Beavers o~f the parsonage were supper guests Sat- urd,ay evenir~g wi:th ~Ylr. a,nd [Mrs. John Run4on and family. Charles G. Jackson - Reunion of Harpers Ferry RPD 2 and stationed at Lori,ng Air Force Base Maine and ,Miss Lobtie Pelli$ier, of New Brunswick, Canada motored by car for a 20 day leave ,to his fathers home. A/2c Donald L. Jackson, 9tation ed ,at Amarillo, Air For're Base in Texas with his wife and baby motored by ,car 'for 30 days leave at his parents home. ]:t has been over 2 years since ,these boys ,have :been home on leave. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer T. Jack,on and 4 childre~n of Baltimore, Md. Were July 4th week end gues,ts of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Cha- rles G. Jackson. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jack- son held a Reunion at thier home with all the children, their wives husbands and grandchildren pre- sen,t. At noon t~he table was pre- pared outside, witch fried chicken po'ta~to salad, slaw, baked mac- caroni, peas, mixed green salad, ice tea, lemonade and coffee, coconut cream and chocolate pie eoconu, t cake. ,Mr. Charles Kerr of Baltimore, Md. was a viaitor at the home of his uncle :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jackson, July 4th. Mr. Junior Hardy of Fron,t Roy- al, Va. was a visitor of his uncle 'Mr. Charles Jackson on Su,nd'ay. dYhs.s Wanda Willt and Mrs. Cha- rles Wilt and son Duane, were visi tors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Jackson, on Sunday. Dale Patrick and Richard Jay, sons of Mr. and Elmer Jackson of Bal,timore stayed over for an ex- te,nded visit with their Grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Jackson their mother entered the hospital t~his week for a surgical operation in Baltimore, Md. .Mr. Thermos Hawk is on a 2 week vaca,tion from work at Vic- tor Products in Hagerstown, Md. Mr. Charles G. Jackson has been on 2 weeks vacation from his work at Mill~iHe. W. Va. Mr. Marwin G. Jack,son, [Miss Lottie Pellitier a,nd Mrs. Bessie Jackson spent the week-er~d wLt~h relativies in Bal~more, Md. We Must Cut Our USED CAR inventory in half in the next. two weeks. So Bring Your Title and Find Out "THE DEAL" You've Been Looking For. In Addition to a "GOOD DEAL" We Are Again Paying' .... JUST LOOK AT THIS FEATURE:--- 1 - STATE SALES TAX 2 - LICENSE TRANSFER 3 - TITLE FEES Your Present Car Will Make A Down Payment and You Can Be Sure of that. You Don't Have To Lay Out ANY CASH at All at the time of trade. Stag Jul/ A Wes,t Virginia Beef Cattle This Big Offer is in Effect from July 16 to July 31. So, Come A Run- nin' Right Now and Talk With Us About A Real "GOOD DEAL".. . We'll Be Waiting For You... 1958 EDSELL CORSAIR 4-DR. HARDTOP. Radio, IIeater. Teletouch Transmission. 16,000 miles. $2595 Black with White Tires. Field Day, sponsored by the West Virginia Angus Association, will 1958 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE WAGON. Radio, Ileater, Ford-O-Matte. Power Steering, $259~ and Brakes. One Owner. Low Mileage. be held July 25t'h on the lake Breeze Farm near Grafton, owned bYAllDr.beefCharleScattleHaislip.producers and 1958 FORD 4-DOORowner. PricedRANCHRight.WAGON" Radio, Heater, Ford-O-Marie. V-8 Engine. One $2195 pastries interested in beef cattle in West Virginia and neighbori,ng 1958 CHEVROLETExtraBISCAYNEcIean.4-DOOR SEDAN. Radiee, Heater, V-8 Engine. One Local Owner. $199 . sta~tes are cordially thai'ted to at- tend. Pro 1957 ~:~D~IVIIV COUNTRY SEDAN STATION WAGON. Radio, Heater, I'ord-O-Matie. V-8 ~Olll~lOO:. Activities of the Field Day Engine, Power Steering, Many Other. Extras. gram, with Alton J. Anderson, County Agent of Preston County presiding as ~Master of Ceremon- 1957 MERCURY MONTEREY 2-DOOR HARDTOP. Radio, IIeater, Mere-O-Matte, Power Stee,- $1995. ies, will be a welcome by Dr. Hai~ ing, Sharp Black* and White, TV-Wall Tires. lip at 10:00 A. M. EDT, ollowed by an address by John T. John- 19 7MERCURY MONTEREY 4-DOOR SEDAN. Radio, Heater, Mere-O-Matlc, PowerSteer- $1995. son, West Virginia Sta~e Commiss~ ing, Black with White Tires, Many Other Extras. loner of Agriculture. His topic will 1957 PIJgUD/~IgY~.L..~LILI ,STATION WAGON. Heater, 6-Cylinderwith StraightTransmission. Very $159~ be ~Weslt Virginia State Depart- ment Work Rela,tive to Bee~f Ca:t- EcOnomical Transportation and Priced At Only . 1956 FORD FAIRLANE HARDTOP. Radio, Ileater, V-8 with Ford-O-Matic Transmission, $1495 White Tires, Red and White Paint. One Owner. 1956 FORD FAIR~,NE ,-DOOR HARDTOP. Radio. Heater, V-8 with Ford-O-Matte. Air $1595 Conditioned, White Tires, Many Other Extras. 1956 FORD 1956 BUICK 1956 DODGE 1955 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN STATION WAGON. Radio, Ileater, V-8 Red and White with V'hite Tires. with Overdrive. ' $14.95" q and2-DOORBrakes.HARDTOP" Radio, Heater, Dynaflow Transmission, Power Steering $1595 LocaICORONETowner.4"DOORExceptionallySEDAN" Clean,Radi' Heater, Powerflite Transmission. One $129[, CIJSTOMLINE TUDOR. Radio, Heater, Economical 6-Cylinder, New Tutone 895 Paint Job. tle Production and Marketing." Dr. H. E. K:idder, Professor of 1955 MERCURY HARDTOP, Radio, Heater, S4raight ~ransmission, One Owner 1955 CilffROLET .,d,o Heater, 6-Cylinder, Blue with White Tires 1954 FORD TUDOR. Radio. Heater, 6-Cylinder, One Owner, Very Nice and 1954 FORD TUDOR. Radio, Heater, V-8 Engine, Good Tires, Clean and A~imal Husbandry and in charge of beef cattle work ,at Wes, t Vir- ginia Un,iversity will give a type demans,tra~tion, followed by a foot trimming demonstration by James V. Coyner, Eastern Representative of Vhe American Angus Associat- ion. A~ter lunch, which will be ser- ved by t,he Knottsville Met~hodist Church Women's Club, a judEing con.tes,t will be conducted by Ver- n(~n Ta.cy, H,arrison Coun,ty Agent. Following a tattoo demons,trat- Ion by Coymer, Dr. E: A. Live- say of the West Virginia Depar,t- merit of Agriculture will t, alk on "Rou~hages in Beef Cable Produc ~ion" and "Herd Heal~dh'' wil'l be discussed by Dr. J.aznes C. P~,ice, Veterin,avian. The day's activi~ties will 'be con- cluded with a tour of ,the Haislip Farm and Angus Herd. A special all-day attraction for children will be fishing in a two acre farm pond. Lake Breeze Farm is o nt~e Knot~tesv,ille Road, five miles Sout'h East of Grafton, W. Ca. READ THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE $1295. $ 995' iee,1 Righ,. $ 595. Ru.s Good $ 695. 1954 FORD CUSTOM INE TUDOR. Radio. Heater, Ford-O-Matte, New Paint 1954 PLYMOUTH ,..ooR SEDAN. Heater, , New Tutone Paint, Real Nice $ 795. $ 695. /ii 1950 PONTIAC 1949 BUICK DELUXE 4-DOOR SEDAN. Radio. tIeater, STATION WAGON. Radio and Heater. Hydramatlc, New Paint $ 295. $ 395. 1954 BUICK 1954 CHEVROLET 1954 CHEVROLET SLOPER HARDTOP. Radio, Heater, Power Steering and Brakes, Dynafflow Transmission, TUDOR. RadiO, tIeater, White Tires, Looks a~d Runs Exceptionally Good BEL AIR. 4-DOOR SEDAN. Radio, Heater, New Paint, Clean $ 995. 795. $ 795. 1957 CHEVROLET 1956 FORD 1952 FORD 1947 WILLYS JEEP 1947 INTERNATIONAL 1V.z TON 156" WHEEL BASE. Heater, Turn Signals, 12- Foot Flat Bed, 8-Ply Tires Vz-TON PANEL, Heater, Turn Signal, One Owner, Real Clean Truck ~/,,, TON PICK - UP, Heater, 6-Ply Tires, Extra Good 42 WHEEL DRIVE, Power Take- Off, Motor Just Overhauled, Metal Top. 3/4 TON PICK- UP, Heater, Good Tires, Exceptionally Clean WAITING TO SERVE YOU ARE: .... I $1795. $1095. $ 495. $ 595. $ 295. 1953 FORD ,-DOOR STATION WAGON. Radio. Heater, Ford-O-Matte, Power Steering 1953 BUICK HARDTOP. Radio, Heater, Blue and White Paint 1953 CHEVROLET TUDOR. Radio, Heater, Straight Transmission, Tutone Green 1953 CHEVR0~ff TUDOR. Radio, Heater, Powerglide, Black with White Top. ~xtra Clea~l. 1953 DODGE 4-DOOR SEDAN. Radio, Heater, V-8 Engine, New Paint. The Price is Right. 1~53 PONTIAC DELUXE 4-DR. SEDAN. "Radio, Heater, Hydra-Matic, Black and White 1952 PONTIAC DELUXE 4-DOOR SEDAN, Radio, Heater, Hydra-Matte, New Paint, Runs Good 1952 FORD CUSTOMLINE FORDOR. Radio Heater, One Owner, Extra Clean JOE SUTTON G. I-Iome Phome 402 Home DOUG COO'PER Home Phone 1056 L. VIRTS Phone 279-W E. M. WHITING Home Phone 1056 EDWARD W. JOHNSON Shepherdstown, Phone 2991 1952 DeSOT0 mEDDlE 4-DR. SEDAN. Radio, Heater, V-8 Engine, Automatic Transmission !952 OLDSMOBILEs ER ,- OOR SEDAN. Radio, ||eater, Hydramatie, White Tires. A Real Nice One. 19 1 PONTIAC DELUXE 4-DOOR SEDAN. Radio, tleater,. Ilydramatic, Runs Good 202 EAST LIBERTY PHONE 212 1951 MBLER porI~tDiTon?P. Radio, Heater, New Paint, Real Economical and Reliable Trax~s- g0UNTY M0 ORS 1951 CHFVRoLET DELUXE ,-DOOR SEDAN. Radio. Heater " u 1951 0LDSNOBILEs ER ,,ooR sept. R.,o. Heater, IIydramatic, New Paint, Clean STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 1951 CHEVROLET, TUDOR. Radio, tleater, Runs Good OPEN WEEK NIGHTS 6:30 to 9:00 P.M. 1951 MERCURY ,-DOOR SEDAN. Radio, Heater, Good Tires, Reliable. 795. $ 595. $ 595. $ 595. $ 495. $ 595. $ 395. $ 495. $ 495. $ 595. $ 395. $ 395. $ 395. $ 495. $ 395. $ 295.