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Charles Town, West Virginia
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j ..... !*" T,'"I, ; .... , na -::l-,.,h m :, mm,r .ni c, r- I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rAr MrRS ADVOCATE n.~: 7 ; . pink carnations. '.rier wave. This serves .to fil,ter out ] \~, ~.v ~x- ~ I~ 'PI411itClI/AV ]l:I V D . The groom had Mr. Les, ter Tur- the signal after they flash along [~. ~,,~. ],,--.~ ................ -t ..... ,, ]ner of Charles Town as his best the cable. Although they look like |~ 11~118,~8 I~~ ----- "--'---"--~'-"~--------- ]man. [small slivers of quartz of glass,[ ['Fol~ott~ll [PITY rilE MAIl, CI,ERK Isects after offering its listeners ] Following 0he ceremony the wed [these special crystals are jus,t as[ | J-uall~tama I ]cents for each dead fly or Iding party attended a wedding din [much an oil produc'ts a~ t~he gas- [ |~ Ot~ [ Newark, N. J.-a campaign by [piuto mailed i,n ana 10 con [nor at the Tortuga tZestaurant in feline in your automobile or t.he til [ I~".---- .~_'--" ' Iradio s ta.tion WN'I'A has rid New levery dead wasp. Itt,ager~ow,n. They were joined by ling on your kitchen floor. I [ Adv.,thins IJ~:'sey of at least 1,7'75 flies, mo~;-I -"~'~-~'--~ IMrs. Da,isy Birkebile or Ha~ers-I West Virginia's C~anberry Gl1-1 I ,o o " Iquimes and wasps. The station Rayburn opposes change: ' I town, a friend, ides embrace 300 a~". Of da p, I I lrellt~Arl:~ [has received that amo,mt of in- propriations bills. I Mrs. King is employed by the I boiggy soil, carpeted in spots wiVh I ~'-----~---~ 2 _ [ ......... " ILore'Lyn Manufacturing Company Imoss and overgrown in others [ I -- --'' I ] Ip ! l in Ransom Mr Kin~ is employed I with s~hrub'bery. I ~ I . ; . , / 6 ~ ~ 1 / /. I by Charles 'row, ac_ track. I t I k \ / i , # ,1, I Mr. and Mrs. King are residing[., . . ,, I "' " ' ' I \ | / | 171 ,I'/ IwibhMr:,and M!'s. Lest c!{' T. rnf..iBaKeri0n, ,arpers I \\ /:/ IO,~ bou'~n bemlnary S, Lree[, in I _ _ I Many West Virginia p,lanis still I\\ \ / #1 ; /f # OUR WILL CAN ICha,'les Town. [['n|.|.,, l:n. Ispecialize in cut glass tablewarel \\X, \ "\I | II// IZ I i.m.I .,,. l a, d other items requiring the fin t NX \ i (I/!l it/ est craftsmanship. \ k / s /'-- -- ~/.-/ :,O OUT OF DATE Sadler-Downs Nuptials IPotomac Loop Lead \ // ." 13olemnlzeo In i-lOrloa I POTOMAC LEAGIIE I I'T'lS"~Ar~ATkl{~l~ ~Ji, l [,i" ] ~ ' tk ~ / i . STANIIING OF TEAMS , Mis Judith * owns )TA NTLY I ,lateH. A. Downs. of Shepherds-iBakerton 12 4/ rl~ , f .i~ { (I ' lot Ethel B. Lemen Downs and thelTEAM W "/ X _,.,, " / town, and Mr. Edward Sadler of / Harpers Ferry 11 ! [ .a ] ~r& ~ I vero Beach, Florida, were married/Miilviile 10 "/ A I 17 [in Vero Beach on June 27, it ~'asiSharpsburg 8 6/ -~. I II i ,I I I learned here this week. t Shepherdstown 510 |i I .\ "~ , ~~~~ JsoTh~be'~d:r:i~wSobf1~TgoagdldfioT,Leetown 016 I, I " f / c , . ' ~, '" ." i Today'.: Games -- ', I the pas~ zew years. Tne groom lS lMillviile at She--herdstown ,~ I ]in business in Vero Beach. The l~h .... ~, ...... ~ I'~ .... r. .... ~ / couple win reside there. .......... " i r [ .... , na~ 1 I [ _ Tuesday's Games 1-~ I The instant someone is born in your family, or I Waehinotan.flarln Shepherdstown at Bakerton 1 I someone dies.., the instant a change in tax or , ==uo .~vH ~ o tlarpers Ferry at Milh, ille ]'~ [ i""ii'l" n"""r In ,.e,ow. at Sharpsburg -- I estate laws goes into effect -- your Will may be- IlU t Ill O With only three more games on CENTER I Princeton Church the schedule for each of the six teams in the Potomac Little League Spring and Summer Cottons come obsolete, in terms of the purposes you want it to serve. It will pay you to review your Will, with your lawyer, periodically. We also cordially invite you to look into the benefits of our services as executor and trustee. Come in! ;2 ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY! Across From The A Community Corner MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT HOLMES GULF gERVICE Because of ill health I am no longer at this Service Station, I would appre- ciate everyone who has an outstanding balance or a bill owing me, making it a point to settle same in full not later than August 1st, 1959. RALPH G. HOLMES PHONE 405-R EUCLID AVENUE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. One Mile South of Winchester, Va., on Rt. 11, and 1 Mile West. Follow Signs to Sale. 57 Milking and Springing Cows. 13 Heifers to Freshen in Fall. 27 Yearlings and Calves. Herd Certified and Accredited. Third High Herd in Frederick Co. 300 Gal. Bulk Tank and Pipe Line Milker. Full Line of Farm Machinery. TOtN Court House Stone Since 1871 INSURANCE CORPORATION I N By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Debble Nichols Sick Engle, W. Va,, July 21, 1959 Debbie Nichols, 6 year old daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Nichols was taken sick all of a sudden Sunday and was taken to the Kings Daughters Hospital in Martinsburg where she was operated on at 2 p.m. for appendicites. She is get- ting along very well. Miss Carole Ann Gageby spent several days last week with her cousin, Miss Joyce Gageby. Wayne Welty spent Sunday night and Monday with Tommy Moler at Bakerton. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ambrose visited Mr. and and Mrs. Neal Ambrose in Charles Town, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Neal Ambrose has returned home from the Charles Town Hospital, where she was a surgical patient for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gageby and daughter and Miss Joyee Gageby spent Sunday at Capon Park. MI" . John Latta and Miss Judy Hammond of Baltimore spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gageby. Donnie Breeden spent the week- end with his gracndmother, Mrs. Owen Johnston t~nd sons near Charles Town. Mr.' Daniel Oageby and Miss Charolette Athey sepnt Thursday with her brother,-Mr, and Mrs. Athey at Stephens City, Vs. The Uvilla Methodist Church will have their Sunday School picnic Friday evening on the lawn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Catrow. Supper will be served at 7 p.m. Mrs. Lena Lightner of Washing- ton spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Bessie Gageby and family. Joyce Gageby returned home with Mrs, Llghtner to spend several days. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raney and son of Martinsburg visited Mrs. Mammie Martin, Sunday. Mr. James Potts and daughter Susie of Shepherdstown, Mr. and and Mrs. Carrel Brackett of Hag- erstown, visited Mr. and Mrs. David Gageby and family Saturday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Light- nor of Washington also visited the Gageby family Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Potts and daughter of Bolivar and Miss Char- olette Athey of near Charles Town spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. David i Gageby and family. For ,Miss Maaja Harms, daughter of Mrs. ~loria Harms of Princeton, N. J., became the bride of Mr. John Augustine Washington, II, son of S. Walter Washington of Charlottesville, Vs. and grand.~on of Mrs. S. Walter Washing,ton, Sr. of South Mildred Street, Charles Town July 11 in a sim.ple but im- pressive ceremo,ny in the Prince- ton Lut~heran Church The Rev. Wal,ter Kopperman officiated for the ceremony. The bride, a native of Tal,linn, Esbhama, came to ,bhis country ,a- bout 10 years ago. ~l~e was grad- uated from Goucher CX)llege in June 1959. The groom is a gpadu,ate of the Episcopal High School and lhe University of Virginia. He is now a third year student at Johns Hop kins Medical School i,'~ Baltimore where l~he couple will reside. u, BEWARE OF THOSE HIDDEN GAS ROBBERS Wa/~ch for hidden gas robbers t~hey can punch holes in your bud- get. Tires t'h~t are underinftaed 'just 5 pounds, for instance, ca,n ~cost you haK a gallon of gasoline l ou, t of every twenty. Diiy air ill,t- ors can steal 10 per cenit of your mileage. Boor compression, fau.l,ty plugs, and slow-,acCAng chokes all work to pull mileage down. In oil- i,ndustry financed "deecSion" l,abor~tories all over America, re- searchers study and test continu- ously to help the motorist get t~he most value ou,t of t-ris driving dollar. Veeck exercises his option to buy Whi.te Sex. NEWEST FIND IN OIL PRODUCT = Lip to 1,800 p~one calls are car- tied "piggylaack" c,.n carrier waves .t~hrough a long-dist~ance te:lephone cable. "Phe culls are unscrambled 'by crys,tais formed h,om Petrol- eum-derived products, each of the race for the league ti,tle has GREATLY REDUCED now been narrowed to three teams To Make Room For Our New Bakerton, Harpers Ferry and Mill FALL MERCHANDISE. viile. Sharpsburg still has a ma- thematical chance to finish in a tie with Bakerton and Harpers Ferry, but both and Leetown have been eliminated from the penant race. Harpers Ferry's Tigers moved to within a half game of the league leading Bakerton .Senators in last week's action by scoring a pair of victories while the Bakerton boys were breaking even in a pai.r or gameg. The Tigers on Tuesday evening. July 14 scored a 9-6 victory over +he last ~)laee winless Leetown. ~irat~. who last sea~o- won the league title in easy fashion. At the ~,-me ti,m~ the Bakerton ho-~ moi-~qined their game an~ a half lead by scoring a eloqe ~,,d ~voifio~ 4-'~ rtoisinrl over the "b~,'d nlace MilvPe Gia~is. In the other Ioa~-e game Tue~ dq~, -,,~nin~ Julv 14. the ,qheo- herd~+~w~ Vqnkoa~ and Sharn~- ~lr~" Bluehlrrls nln-ed tn a 6-6 tic *hrough eight innings before the na-~o w.~ called. Thursday eveninL,. .lulv !6 ~l'nrnor.~ Ferry el~t the Baker, ton ~nd +n nn~-h0lf game hv seorin~ q, 1 9-0 ~,icf, clr~r over Sher)ho-dst, n~,s)l while gharpsburg was beating Bak Millvill~ rngn~ed to stay in the 'onr, ue racce by ~beating Leetown 18-4. TALL S By LUCILLE," INC. 13 W. Boscawen St. 2nd Floor Winchester, Virginia DAILY FROM OUR EGG FACTORY (All Eggs Graded and Candled) ! Phone 17 Charles Town, W. l~ad The SPIRIT-ADVOCATE READ THE CLASSIFIEDS Please Phone YOUR SOCIAL ITEMS To Mr, . June Bohrer Call 222 * l~lIll. Illll ! ! I !!t CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA YARD special buy! girl's easy-care COTTON SCHOOL DRESSES Little or no ironing! New styles colors ! Plaids, solids, prints! Deep hems, full skirts. Even Dan River cot- IT TAKES ONE OF THE COUNTRY'S LARGEST FABRIC RETAILERS TO BRING YOU FALL'S SPECTACULAR FABRICS FOR B CK - TO - SCHOOL every yard made to order for Penney's alone! every yard tested to keep colors bright through repeated tubbings! look for fall's new burnished tones weaving a brilliant color story for fall! REGULATED COTTONS that never misbehave. Machine washable, Sanforized* vrease-resistant, little or no iron beauties. WOVEN GINGHAMS combed for the smoothest fashions you'll sew. Crease-resistant, Sanforized*( little or no ironing needed. COTTON HOP SACKING--wash 'n' wear and Sanforized* for easy de- ton! Don't wait! Such say- $2 O0 Sizes, pendable care, 36" wide and wonderful for skirts, suits, and dresses. ings! Machine wash, me- " to it .......................... ADMINIsTRATRIxHay and Straw. MiSSMr. Leila M. King dium setting. $3.00 Sizes 4 PE -RAY CORDUROY 1 ROSEMARY B. CAMBELL, Bec0me$ Bride Of ' to 6x' 16-rib corduroy $ William llt Ill ltl-" SHOP PENNEY'S . you'll live'better, you'll save! Judge for yourself the extra value our '" ,ive, you. Cone Mills famous quality, exciting fashion shades. Machine washable colors. ESTATE OF C. E. CAMBELL ~i~s Leila M. Ktng of agers- Information Contact: STAN HAWORTH AUCTION CO., Phone 812, Winchester, Va. or H. J. WILSON Phone Sterling 8-5251, Catlett, Va. ~own, Md., became ~the bride of Mr. William "Red" King July 13 in a quiet ceremony which took pl)a~e a~, 8:30 in t)he West E,nd B~vp ,tiSt Oh,~pel of H,agersem.wn, Md. 2V~e ceremony was performdd by ~he lgev. R. K. Dixon, pastor. The bride wore a l~lnk nylon street-ieng'th dress wi4vh black and flowers of pink and w.hi,te carnat- ions. Her ma~ron 'of honor w~as ,Mrs. tester Turner. Her dress was in blue street wi01a ! July 23 - 3t. i. J t