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ENGLE Mrs. Lena Ambrose Bone In Foot Norval Jenkins had t'he mis to fall dow~n her stair Thursday n~ighrt breaking a in ,her foot w~ich required put ~ln ,a aslt Whic~h I Will really ~hand4cap her as on ,a large farm ~and is a r busy woman. Diane Stew.act spent [Men- ,and Tuesday width her Mr. a,.-ad *Mrs. Robert in Bolivar. J a~mes Mar~tin of Ba]~timore ffvlr. :and Mrs. T. W. Welty sons and Mrs. Ruth Clegg Price of ~altimore weekend with Mr. and Harry Locke. On Sunday V~sited Mr. Robert Ruther- Who is a patient in N. D. Veterans Hospital. He is a of Mrs. Price ,and Mrs. e. and /Mrs. T. W. Welty and several days :the ,past W~h Mr. and Mrs. William and .family in St. Albans Ch.arleston on tFheir ,way ithey visited Mr. and Mrs. Grove in Petersburg. They very enjoyable ,trip. Ida Mary Butler spent wit'h Miss Donn~a Small ~arpers Ferry. and ;Mrs. Jorhn B~a~g spen days lasJt 'week with Mr. Ervin Ensminger a,t Dun Cogle l~ved .alone ,at her home near Wafter,ford, Va. ,Miss Carolyn Hoffmas,ter of Bak erton Who is employed in Wash- ington spent the weekend with Miss Dorrene Gageby. ~Miss Carol Ann Gageby .is spend ing .~he week with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Zombro ~and daughter in Fal'ls ChurCh, VR. Mr. and Ml:~. Cla,ison Henkes oT Falls Church, Va. spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Gageby at]d family. By Mrs. Ethd Buzzard Rites For Mr. Piper Funeral services were 'held on Sunday af,ternoon at Eackles l~un- eral Parlor in Bolivar for Mr. Cleli Miller Pi, per ,who died on Thurs- day a:t Charles Town General Hos pi~ai a f;ter a illness of five days. Al~t.houg"h in pool' ~heat,t~h for some- 'time his dea,t,h was a shock ~o his fam~ily and friends. Born May 2, 1902 qhe leaves 'his wi.fe Mrs. Ellie Piper, ~two daughtem, [Mrs. :Mar- garet Cogle, Mrs. Joan Din'terman two so,rls Thurman and ~VIelvin; six grandchildren and three great Oscar Cogle received word ~houg~ht were kidney stones. He is ha~t her s,is'ter Ml'ss Mary now ~t ;his home fee:ling lots bet- found lying in her yard er. ~he w,as ~,aken ,toMr. and Mrs. Robe,rt Spi,tler o,f 1| ~tl STRICTLY FRESH !/ /// f t 17 Charles :. , :.i -,., ".. i, Now--call long distance anywhere with a Credit You're welcome to use anyone'S phone-no embarrassment with ypur.hoat-no need to reverse charges, either-with a Tele- phone Credit Card taking care of all charges on your long distance calls. Don't be "Price wise,and Crop Foolish"--Buy Southern States "Seeds That Really Growl" It not only makes phoning faster-but the charge, placed on your honhe or office phone bill, is a record for accounting purposes. A General Telephone Credit Card is good anywhere in the country. We'll be glad to issue one to you-without charge-if you'll phone our Business Office. America's Second Largest Telephone System o 12alL~m,ore, Md. ~pent Crom T.hur~ day evening un,til Sunday wi~h t'he la~t~ters mother and family Mrs. E,t~hel Buzzard. Mr. :and Mrs. Don White and children accompa,n~ed ,by two of t,he formers brothers motored to Wiley Ford, W. Va. on Sunday to ,take ,home these young fellows who have been visiting at t,he Whites for several days. Mrs. Lena~bel Hawk of C~hestnut HH1 was a Sunday guest w~t,h her sister and family [Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Evevhart and family. Birthday Party A birthday party was served a,t Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart on Sunday for severa:l ones who b~r- thdays in Aug. They were li'tt,le Ar lene Maphis, Sa,ndra Longerbeam, and a small son Gary of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rockenbaugh the lat ,ter of Bolivar. Refreshments were served by iMrs. Everhart and Mrs. Mary Longerbeam. Those helping ~them celebra~te were Mr. and Mrs. Jo'hn Whi~ehair and son, Mrs. An na Rockenbaugh and sons of Boll car, :Mr. a:ad :Mrs. Cecil Everhart and f~mily. Mrs. Anna Grocer and grandson Dale, Mr. and 'Mrs. Harvey Longerbeam and children Debbie, S'andra and Junior, Mr. Howard EveVhar% Jerry Everhart, 'Miss Patsy Grove, ,Miss Bernice Grove, Wanda, Paula, Darlne, Dan ny and Glen Everhart, Juanita ,and Doris Cogle, Mr. and Mrs. Re- .glnaid Staubs and children of ~Ch'arles Town. Pfc. Gerald Btfford of Fort ,Euso ~is, Va. ~s spending a few days fur lou~h with his wife Mrs. Be t~y Cogle Buford. 'Mr. and Mrs. Garland Piper, (Mr. and Mrs. George Tal~ton and 'ohildren of Chestnut H,ill were Friday evening callers width Mr. a~d ~rs. Cec~l Everhar~ and Mrs. :Maude Everhart. (Mr. ,and ,Mrs. Raymond Staubs and fam~'ly and Mrs. Leon,a S taubs were ca~llers wt~h .Mr. and Mrs. Ver non Staubs and family. .Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers of Brunswick, (Md. spent the week: end witih ,t)he ~ormers pa,rents ~Vir. and Mrs. Captain Rodgres and family. Mrs. Frank P.~dgers of Ra,.nson 'was ,a visitor with Mrs. Frances Rodgers and family on Wednes- d~Mr."'" and :Mrs. Aldridge Sitaubs. :Mr. Frank ~odgers .of Charles Town were callers wit;h [Mrs. Ellie .Piper and fam,ily on Wednesd,ay. Li~ttle Brenda Chapman of 'Man nings spe~t Sact urday n,i~ht with her grandparen,ts Mr. and [Mrs. Captain Rodgers. By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Birthday Party (Mrs. Ronald Wiles gave her lit ~le daughter C~erri Lynn a pa~ty on Friday evening Wt the home of her sister Mrs. Donald Hover- male near Bo)ivar to celebrwte her second b~irthday 'among t~hose helping Cheri to celebraCe t~he Ha~ppy Occasion were Donald, Don na and Debbie Wiles, Carole a,~d Larry Hildebrand, Davie, Mary .and Nancy Viands, Donna Hover- male Adul~ts were Mr. and Mrs. 'Harry Wiles Sr., Mrs. Harry Wil- !es Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Don,aid Hey i erma,le ~Mr. and Mrs. Al'bert V, mnds Jr., Mrs. Billy V~,ands, Mcs. Julia Viands, @hen Paren~ts Mr. and Mrs. P~o,nald Wiles. Two birth :day cakes centered t~he table. Ice cream, m,ints and po~a~to chips and pun(~h were served. Cheri re- ceived some nice preser~ts includ- ing some money. :Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Herndon of Suitland, Md. s,pen~t the week end with her pare,.nts Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Frltts. :Mm. H,arry Shirley gave her son Bol~by a pa~ty on Sunday a:t the home oI her paren, ts Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands to celebrate his eigh- [h bivt~hday. Among l~h0se he~l,plng Bobby to celebrate were Malt and Nalacy Viands, Deb~ie, Judy, Harry Jr., Donald, Shirley, Mr. ~nd Mrs. Bil~iy Viands, Mr. and Mrs. Albert V~a~ds Jr. Pop, cake, candy and ice cream were served ~lso pete,to chips. Bobby received some rflce presen,ts in ciuding men ey. Mrs. M~ude Sma21~vood and son Marvin and twin daughters s,pent Thursd,ay aA~ternoon wi,th t~he for- mers son-in-law a,~d daugh,ter Mr. and Mrs. Amos Pl~tner near Hed gesvllle. ,Mr. and Mrs. Ronwld Wiles and daugl~ter of Loudoun He, ghats, Va. _ I A good start can save you lots of bumps.. We specialize in giving our policyholders any help they need in choosing insurance for their home car... business. We'll be glad to give you a complete property in- surance checkup. Call us. Hartford Fire , laa aa CompanlV ,Mr:. D n lcl Hovcrm ie znd children of near Bolivar were Sun day callers with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. Mr. a~nd Mrs. Leonard Van Met re of Martinsburg and Mr. Wal,ter Smallwood of Ranson were Satur- day afternoon callers wib~h their mother Mrs. Maude Smartweed. ,Mr. Forrest Chamblin of Mid- dleway was a supper guest on Wed nesday with his broVher-in-la:w and sister Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. Mr. John Wagaman of Hagers- town, Md. spent the day Saturd~ay with Mr. Bert Vi~ands. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Milton Popkins and granddaughter Joyce of Kab- letown were callers with Mr. and Mrs. Obie Johnston. Bonnie John ston spent the week witch his grandparents The Popkins. ffqlrs. Elizabeth Henry and son of the Bl'omery, were Sa.~urday ev e,ning callers with her sister Mrs. Robert Frye. Miss Patsy PenweH of Murrell Hill was a caller l,ast Friday morn ing with Ml:s. Ross Stagner Jr. Harry Jr .and Bobby Shirley of near Middleway spent t'hree days last week ~wi:th their grandparents ,Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry ,and son David Lee accompanied her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hampton and son Terry of Bal,timore to John- nie's parents in El,izabeth, Tenn. 1,ast week and returned home Thur ::day night. ~he ~Ta,mprona re- mained here tmtil Sunday evening :Mr. and Mrs. Henry were on their vacation. Mrs. Nelson BuSh spent the day Sunday wiVh her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wiltin,gham near Bardane. Her bro'ther-in-l.aw and sister and :fam,ily from Wen.nessee were also :visiting her paren,ts. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands of P~anson spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Albel~t Viands Jr. Mr: and Mrs. Jo~hn Penningto.n and t~wo children of Leetown were Thursday evening calIers with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush. Mr. and Mrs. tester T. Viands and two boys of Congress St~'eet were Tuesday eveni,~g callers with the formers paren.ts Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. Robert Frye has been fur- lo,~ghed from the Railroad be- cause of the steel s~trike. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks, Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and son Bobby of Brunswick. Md.. Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chamblin of Ranson were Sunday callers with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye and so,n Sylvester. Mrs. Floyd Pawver of Martins- burg and Miss Mabel Airs of Wee erton, Md. were Sunday callers wVt~h Mrs. Bert Viands Sunday ev- ehing Mr. and Mrs. Viands accom panied Miss Airs to the Leesburg hosplal where her slster is a pa- ,tient with ~he double pneumonia. Road is visiting her sis'ter Mrs. George Marlow at Federal Hill. ,Mr. Snowed McCarty spent Sun day a,t a Field Trial wit,h friends on the Eastern Shore of Md. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and children of near Bolivar and Mrs. George Jones were callers on Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. David Lee Henry is spend- ing the week in Baltimore. Md. witch his sister Mrs. Johnnie Ham pton and f'amily and he will atso visit his aunt Mrs. Neale Goliday and family. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tumblin and daughter Shirley and son Buc ky attended the family reunio,'a of Mrs. Tumblin's family on Sunday in Winchester, Va. The Presgraves Reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye and son Sylves~er were callers on Men day evening with Ma's. Frye's sis ter Mrs. Abner He,.nry and sons at the Bloomery. Sylvester is home from Bethesda on a weeks vacat- ion. On Sunday evening he was a caller wi~h Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bradley at Inwood and 'today (Tuesday) he is spending the day with friends in Moorefield, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Albrt Viands Jr. and daughters Mary and Nancy and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands were Sunday evening callers with the formers brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and family near Middleway. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON r~RME~.q ADVOCATE THURSDXY, AUGUST 13, 1959 3---B Mr. and Mrs. tester T. Viands and sons Glenn a~d Jackie of town were Monday night callers wit'h his parents Mr. and Bert Viands. Le,~ter and some friends from town spent the weekend on Vhe Chesapeake Bay fishing. They caught some very :nice ones and he tells me l~here were a terri~ble storm ~hile l,hey were out in the boat, No matter what you may think, Congress is a great institution. Any wife can make a man of her husband if he will only listen to what she says. II I I THE MELVIN T. STRIDER 0. 35 COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown - Telephones - 162 ........ ][ I FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Town Martinsbur Plant AM 7-8955 pure Only money paid for Pure Live Seed is money weli spentl The price you pay for seed of low Germination and Purity mhy be MONEY DOWN THE DRAIN-because the PRICE of seed is geared to Germination and Purity (the "GP Factor"). It simply doesn't make sense to try to 100 20 "Save money" and end up getting seeds that will not do the job in your fields. That's being "price wise and crop foolish." 10 0 Southern States Seeds Are a Sound Investment Southern States eeds are high in Germination and Purity. Their price as geared to the "GP Factor" is low. They are a sound investment because they give you better stands, less weeds, maximum yields. Buy Your Ha and Pasture e How Price is Affected by the GP Factor I Compare two bags of Orchard Grass seed. The price of Bag No. 2 looks good-but is it? Bag No. 1' .43 per lb. GerminaUon 85% . Purity 85% Bag No. 2 39 per lb. Germination 75% Purity 80% For bag No. 2 the Germination (75%) multiplied by the Purity (80%) gives 60% Pure Live Seed-the "GP Factor." Divide price (.39) by GP Factor (60%); result is price of Pure Live Seed -.65 per lb.[ By the same formula, with price geared to GP Factor, Bag No. 1 gives you Pure Live Seed for only.59 per lb. Don't be fooled--watch the GP Factor! (. i~i:: i