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r, ile late Evel'ei;t W~i~ of Charie~ WEATHER AND OTHER Town. The shower was ~iven at the mothers home. and :son Wayne and d~aughters Sharon and Shela were visitors re cently with the formers parents B rs r _ , y . Geo gia Pearl Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin MeDan- ,, iels of Arden, W. Vs. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Harding t the Weather other very sultry morning and a a;3d son Johnnie were visitors sun 'has it, been ~ho~t and dry 90 degree day, ~some few clouds in day with relatives in Lovettsville, us for just aboutall late evening, very warm night. Vs. today morning ,what a Thursday morning a shower but Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W"~: and night. Sunday n,ight tojust for a s'hor:t while an otiher 92 son Lee and daughter Cindy Lou all night long and ,this degree day and hot n,ight. Friday of Murrell Hill were guests Satur- i:s great: just a little on morning some clouds looks as day witch the formers parents Mr side, clean skies, break- bhou~h we may get rain but by and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt. and God hot coffee was One week ago Very humid and hot 90 de- Tuesday morning very of a day as .Monday no rain SOme places t'here were fine Wednesday morning an- evening still very warm clearingMr. and Mrs. Charles Garre,tt skies a~ot:her very hot n ig~h~t. Sat were dinner guests Sunday with urday morning we were blessed .*'heir uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. with some cool air, leaves moving G. C. Pearl. on the trees and a very nice day a fine night to rest. Sunday mor- Men Work on Church ning a wonderful day and folks The men folks of the country going hither and yonder taking and who are employed at Key- adva~]tage of the change of Tea-stone Lime Co. at Millville and ~her. Route 9 very, very busy all due to the strike are taking advar day and just a wonderful night *age of the time off from work so as I am closing ,and from where The wall of the church was ir I am writing at my usual place its dire need of some sort of helr just a great morning to be alive; when the church was built just 52 so take good care of yoursel,f dear years ago the wall was built of readers, stone and in those many years the Working In Peaches wall had become very dangerow and of cnurse ra,ther sha~v Ioo~ As peaches are reopening and ing; so finally something ,had to ready for canning 'Mrs. An;lie Will be done and the decision, a wall of Mrs. Georgia Staubs, Mrs. Ida Pi- block the men have been very per, Mrs. Edit'h Oarret,t and Mrs. faithful t'hey are removing the Marg~e Garrett have been called to their post of d~ty at tLhe evap- ~held stOnewall isalreadYah-eadyandinneandSide.ius'f orating plan,t in ~anson. with tqhat it has given the church" .Mrs. Mabel Wilt and Mrs. Edith a new lo,vk and when completed Oarrett oasis,ted Mrs. Dorothy it will look like a different place Wilt with her house cleaning Tues Mr. Sammy Hawk is do;,ng *,he day. laying of block and adding the ~Mr, and Mrs. Robert Mason of finishing touch. Hedges~lle were visitors Sunday Had Picnic Dinner " with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Pearl. Attend Shower , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Get and Mrs. Myrtle Wilt, Miss Wands four sons of Charles Town an( Wilt and Mrs. tavern Tal,ton at- Mrs. Mac Ott of Murrell Hill on- tended the shower given in honor joyed a picnic dinner with *he lat of Mr. and Mrs. Ran,old Wilt who ters daub:beer ~;ad family Mr. and wer r cen 1 " r . Mrs William Ott at their home on e e t y marled. M. Wilt is -" . ~ - - the son of Mrs 'Myrtle Wilt and their lawn. Sunday fried cbicke~ ,', i/q#lIPtl.I/UCl~aUA|h,,II|D., ............................ was the head lines of the dinner ~,~JtPS',SJegPJ',~,S~e*,S',~S'~,tO J also differen, t salads and ham. ..... 9[Everyn* enjoyed this outing. AGENCY I P A P E R-- Bai~.esGR.a~l.eS~e:r~ had quite ar I R For Wrapping and 9[experience Friday even in w,he, N AND he went ,to the 'barn to milk after URA_]CE Printing Paper Products . UTw1 ~ going rnto barn to milk one of REAL--ESTATE [S o e s, Zlssues, uags, .Qlthe cows was very restless bu,t af- Locker Supplies [ter milking 'he went in the barn to Mason Building For Homes-Stores-Etc. get some feed and as he reached Phone 735 Ask Your Dealer [~ AHb~ ~^~ ~ ~]made himself ~-:~own. Mr. Peal'! Town, W, Va, I~ ~illll~:lu/ll [~l ~, @J.fought him pretty :hard but won o the battle he was black diamond HAGERSTOWN, MD. . NaUGht I~ .......--.~;~,., ~-uow .~]a button well wi~ere he toicl ~he ~O~t~t'~'~'~,,~t~'~m~m,~~" story to t~he corres~pondent ~the 114 North Ch'arles Street SET'N FORGET burner with a brain ...the ost wanted, the ost Important single feature in a odern range today $~Y goodbye forever to bothersome I~t watching, scorching, burning and r~essy bail overs. 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LIFFTJME for easy cieanlng, G~aranteld for lit*. g u o r a n t* . smokeless broiler ~a~- ,I North Charles Street Phone 226 ESSOTANE GAS SERVICE cold ch,~i~ ]'anaL'ted up and down my spine but he won',t bother any one now. Ti~is is a real snake story. Mr. and ,Mrs. Claude Riekles o/ Charles Tow;~ were visitors wi,th the latters parents Mr. and Mrs, Humphrey Will and daughters An tionnebte and Arbutus. Brought Fine Sermon l~ev. C. W. Lloyd was 'as usual Sunday moTning at 11 a. m. at hi,~ post of duty and brought a very interesting message reading the entire 9th chapter of seco:~d Col inthians and for 'his subject he vhose tile verse reading a: Follows. Bu~t, t~his I say he whic.k ~oweth sparingly s,hall reap alsc ~paringly and ,he which sowet~ bountifully shall also reap boun- tifully. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Garrett and Mr. and Mrs. Rease Jodhnson and '~wo sons of ,Murrell Hill were visi- ;ors Su:~day with the formers sis- ~,er and family Mr. and Mrs. How xrd Wilt. Mrs. Julia Whipp Viand," Mr. and Mrs. Letter oat and sop Donald spent Friday a week at 'he Luray Caverns and stopped bx o see Lester's relatives in Front =~oyal, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry md son David Lee spent from Wednesday evening until Sa,tur- iay Wit,h Mrs. Hem'y's brothe~ md sister-in,law Mr .and Mrs ~ichard Ott and son a.t Patuxan,t VId. ~Mr. and Mrs. Joh,nnie Hampton md son of Baltimore a,ttended the "uneral of .their uncle the tare Wilbur That,pc which was held m Wednesday and spent the ~iCh~t with their parents Mr. an VIrs. Garland Hem'y. Mr. and Mr% Donald Hovermale md family have moved from Bel 'eley Spri,ngs to near Bolivar ir Vh'. Adam Capriotti's house so a.~ ~o be closer to his work. Mr. and Mrs. Tr'avis Viands an(" ;ons of town were callers Tuesday evening wit'h *,he formers paren.t~ Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. *Mr. Floyd Fawver o,f Mac:tins- burg, Mrs. John Wagaman. Lea Manners and doctor Halman all of Hagerstown a:~d Miss Mabe~ aA,ts of Weverton, Md. were Satin -lay callers witch Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. 'Miss Anne Callah,an of Freder- :cksburg, Va. who has been visit- ing her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Wageley was eaHe d home Sund,ay by the serious ill- ness of her brother w~ho is a pa- t Jest in *,he Ch,arlo,t,tesville, Va. hosp~tal. Mr. and Mrs. Wageley accompa,n,ied Anna to Charlottes- ville and glad to report *,hey ~ound her brother just a little bet- ter. Mr. and Mrs. tester OiL and ~on Donald spend a couple ol days last week Wi~t~h [.he formers bro~.hel and sis'ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. RiChard Ott and son at Patuxan~t. Md. ~Mrs. Robert Frye and daughter in-law Mrs. William Frye aT Bruns wick paid a visit to *'heir eye doc tar in Martinsburg Saturday af- ter.noon. !Mr. Roy Webber of W, inches- ter, Va. was a caller on Monday witlh Mr. Robel,t Viands. 'Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins and granddaughcer Joyce John- s, ton of Kabletown were Sunday visitors with the la,tters parents Mr. and Mrs. Obie J(fl]nston and Bo,nnie. :Sunday caller's wi.t,~ Mr. and .Mrs. Bert Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and family of Middleway and Mr. ,and Mrs. Tray is Viands and sons of town. Mr. and Mrs. Pershing Ott and Children of l~a,nson were Saturday 9RDER OF PUBLICATION. THE STATE OF WEST VIR- GINIA, Jefferson County, to-wit: At RULES ~eld in ~he Clerk's office of t~he Circui~t Court of Jeff- erson County August 3, 1959. Virginia Rider, Norman C. Ri- der, Pauline Rider Henkle, Ira Mc Nam,ara and Leroy :McNamara, )Inanities VS Thomas G. Henkle. Kennet,h Cav- ai,ier, Mrs. W. C. Perry, Mrs. Ira Dalgarn, Kennet'h K. Cavalier. Jr Cyrus Cavalier, David Cavalier, Fra,nk C-~ralier, lY[r. William Rush, Sarah Rus,h, William Rus~, Jr.. Charles M. Rush, Charles d. Cav- alier, Kibty Cavalier Knott, Jean Cawal~er Mutlen, Mrs. Wager Herr, ~Mary K. Herr, Ned Herr. Jerry Herr, Mrs. Leon C a~ralier, Ly le C,a~ralier, Virgihia Cavalier. Ro- land Cavalier, Eugene Cavalier, Mrs. C, D. Cheatham, Mrs. Fred- erick I~ootay, Edgar Bootay, Rob- evt Botany, Mrs. C. V., Ber yl Smith, Harold H. Smith, Rob- ert Schilling, ~Irs. Robert Par- lon, William S~hill,in,g, Elizabeth Ridenour Crowl, Rober~ RAdenour. Mary ~VI. Garn~ardt Ridenour iviar~tha Crow l Fuller, Alvin ~ulier Vera Fuller, Mrs, I~nald T. Phill- ips, Mrs. WHl, ium Kl,l,ne, Anne Ri- der, Stephen Dal~arn and all un- known rela,tiwe:~ and heirs-wt-law of any and all persons buried in old Garnhard,t graveyard, near Millville, in Jefferson County. W. Vs., a,nd all unknown heirs-at-law of Henry Gurnhard~, deceased and William R'ider, deceased. OBJECT OF SUIT To obb~n aut'hority of court to remove re m,alns of persons buried in old Garnh,ardt graveyard, Mlll- ville, W. Vs. to Edge Hill Ceme- tery, Charles Town, W. Vs. ~t appea,ring on affid,avi filed In ~his suit, *.hat ,the defendants Tho re,as G. Honkie, Mrs. Ira Dal,~arn Mrs. C. D. Cheating, Mrs. Fred Bootay, Edgar Boot~ay, Robert Bootay, R(~be~t Schllli,n,g are .non residents of 'the S~ate of West Vir ~ini~ and they are hereby requir- ed to ~ppear wi,t:hin One ,Mon,th a~ftev t~he date of the f,irst publi- cation of this order and do what is necessary to protect their in- terest in this m,a:Vter. It is ordered t~at a copy of this order be f~r~h with l~XIMis~ed once' a week for three consecut,ive weeks in Spiri.t of Jefferson-Parmers Advocate, a newspa, per pri,nted in *,he ~own of Oharles Town in ~e County of Jefferson. W. M. JONES Clerk of the Circug Court Rice, Hannts, Rodgers....P.Q. August 6-3T- Garland Henry and son. Leonard Ruble THURSDAY, 3--B i Marvin of town were callers withyen Birthda arty friends in Berryvil]e on Friday ev ening. ----'--- ou Want Re uits Use rtt-Advocate Classifieds! ,Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Herndon[ A birthday party was given Mr. of Suitland, Md. ape,n,* t~he week- ]Leonard Ruble at his home in Ger end with her paren,ts 'Mr. and ]rardstown Mc~nd~ay nigh,t, July 27 Jill DR CHER, Optometrist ] Mrs. Melvin Fr~tts. ]by his mother Mrs. Lucille Ruble Callers during t~e past week at [Brown of 609 W. Washington St. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and[ Th~se heloing Leonard to cele-Jill EYES EX&~M[INED --- GI~SSES FITTED lie family near Middleway were Mr. [brate was Mrs. Ruble and their lift Hour~ Tuesday and Thursday and Mrs. William Carper and faro ]two c~hildren Timothy and Krim- [ill OPI~~ g~ B. ~y ~ppointmeni~. ily of Leetown, Mr. Jo'hn Viands [brel, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees, Iiii Phone 785 112 S. Charles St. Charles Town, W, ~ 3f town, Mrs. Virginia Miller of ]Mr. and Mrs. Jim Boyd and dau- Martinsburg,r' Mr. Calvin Nicode-JCh:ter and son all of Oerrards- I mus, Mr. a:ad Mrs. Charles Sil-[town, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Ruble veous and son of near Rippon, Ylrs. Leroy Milbourne and three zhildren a,t toe,own, Mrs. Betty Whi,te of Kabletown, M~=~. Howard Whttmore and children Cynthia ~nd Scot:t, Debbie Whit~more, Don na Jean Ramey, Mrs. Elms Lan- caster and son Jeff of Ransom Mr. Charles Shade of Inwood, Mr. and Mrs, Bert Viands were d~nner ~aests on Sunday. "Mr. Forrest Chamblin of Mid- M~way and Mr. and Mrs. William Jr. and daug~hter o,f Frc,n:t Royal, Vs., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ring and daughters of Middleway, Mr. and *Mrs. Lee Brown and granddaugh- ter Sharon Pulse of Charles Town. A nice eveh~ing was spent on the 'l,awn; refreshmen,ts of cake, ice cream, potato chips, ice tea a,nd lemonade was enjoyed a~t a la,ter hour each one leawing wishing Leon,ard many more happy birth- days. 7rye and son Bobby of Bruns- wick were Thursday evening visa- Many West Virginia plants still specialize in cut glass tableware tars witch Mr. and Mrs. Robert and other items requiring the fin Prye. 'Mrs. Mildred Chism returned to est craft~smanship. her home i~ Herndvn, V a. on Sun i d,ay after spending three weeks ~,i,t~_ her cousin Mrs. M aude Small rood. ~Mrs. /~}bert Viands Jr. and d au "$1~ters Mary and Nancy of the 21omery spent the day Sunday with her daughter Mrs. D~nald ~overmale and family near Har- 9ers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter Cheryl of Loudoun Heights, Vs. were also :allers wl;t,h their sister Mrs. Hay ermale and family, f Bethesda Mr. Sylvester Frye o . , VId. spe,~t the weekend his l~arents Mr. and M~-s. Robert Frye. ~yl*ves~er was in Martinsburg Sat LLOYD'S PLUMBING AND HEATING Plumbing - Heating - Septic Tanks and Drainfields -- Stone and Dirt PHONE 744 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. B Available Now -- Good Used Trailers. Low Rental Advance and Low Monthly Payments. Rent Applies to Purchase. We Deliver and Block to your location. urday afternoon. ,Mrs. Beula,h FriLLs and Mrs. Jul AILER a Viands were in Marrtinsburg WednesdaYviandsVaSto seespenthereVening'thedOCtOreveni,ngMrSandF~t'swithM~ Route .15, 1-Mile South of Frederick, Md. VIrs. Ptoyd Fawver. Open Dally toi 8:00 P. M. Including Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Sublette C amb- lin of l~anson were Sunday vi.~i- mm mm mm mm tars with the formers sisCer MPs. &brier Henry and sons near the BgB iiiii Bloomery. Women of oose Have 0 N D L IN E usine s Meeting The Women of the Moose, Cha,p ~er No. 1028 held t~heir regular bus 'ness meeting Tuesday, July 28 at '.he Moose home. The meeting was called to order ')y Senior Regent, Mrs. Mamie banoaster at 8 o'clock. A motion was made and passed to pay all bills. It was decided to ~onbinue with the giving of birth- l~y gifts to members present, hav ~ng birthdays during the current nont'h. The door prize will also be coninued. Mrs. Mamie :Dan,caster, Mrs. a, nn Ge,tzend~,nn:er and Mrs. Mary Dorsey attended .an Executive. meeting in Hagerstown, Md. Sun- flay July 26. Mrs. Vi,rg,inia Dor-. ~ey attended a College of Regents @h~pter N~Wht Progruxn in Bruns- wick, Md. Tuesday, July 28 to give tihe res,ponse. WIem~bers of the Grand Council, Marie Holde,n of ~agers~own, Md. was guest speak er. The door awm