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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE AUGUST 20, 1959 5--A Reunion Held ( of the William N. family met on Sund~ty 9 in the Berkeley Counlty Memoi~ial Park at Pavilion was t~he 2Oth annual re- w~10h wfas formerly known ~the Andrew J,ackson, J~hns'on bu,t since there are w h~) are descendants of Johnsons two brothers n~me re vezts to an,ot~er gen- FoMowing a delicious !me nner sJt noon a brief busi- se~Mon was held by President J'ohn~on of Mai~MnSburg. of 1,as% years meeting read a,,~d accepted, l~he fin- re~por,t sh~)wed a ha'lance bank wii,th a c,olleCtion of 55 to be added to i. A,H ou,t- bil,ls were to be paid. of $1.00 were given to of tT~e ~ollowin:g; the young J~,nice Shroads, two and one raontVhs dau~hlter o,f Mr. and l~andol,ph Shroads; the eld- Nap~.~ie Kees (ff Gerrads 80 years old, to the couple t~he longest, Mr, and Mrs. Rowland, 46 years, to the coming the fa~%hevt, Abner and family of Suffolk, Va. e largest family, t~h~a of t~e Yfr. and Mrs. C. D. Johnson 31 present. The group stood me~t in silen,t prayer in mere of those who had passed during l~he year. The sec- was instructed to send sym cards to the mem*bers of the family. Ne,w offi.cers were as follows: Pre,siden, H. -Johnson, -Fron -Ro~al, V~ce presiden*, Leonard Ruble w,i,th ~hese two re- for another year, Grady Sure, nit Point as secretary bIrs. Clarence Smallwood as Mrs. Janice J. Bosley o,f Md. was s~eoted for committee. Joh,nso,u of Front Royal it1 Charge of 1~he reg,%Storing the fol.lo~ing persons signing and Mrs. "Walter Johnson, and Mary Elthel, Mr. and George W. JoCmson, George, Ring, Mrs. Boyd Turner, Betty R~ch,m,ond, Mr. a,nd JOhn C. Joh~n,son, Connie and Mrs. Dllen Cra,wford Alien l!)the{ and Gwen Ran- Shroads Brad and Jamce Charles Town a,nd vicinity, a~nd M~s. Katie J~hns0n Lewis Rissler, daugh~ters Jane, Susan, Vincenlt Per- fh~iss "Margaret Johnson, 'and Mrs. Clarence Small- from Summit Point, Mr. Mrs. Grady Owens and from M, is~s Gloria Boyd, Mrs. J. Bosley and son Stephen Md., from Gerrads Mr. and Mrs. Mervil Row- Mr. and Mrs. ~arland Row Mr. and Mrs. Homes Kees, Mrs. Le~n,azd Ruble and T,i,mo,thy and Kimberley, Co.llis, Mrs. N, anme Kees, nVhe Park%risen and her Faye, Mrs. Bests Aikens Inwood, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shr- l~ut,h Shroads, Dr. and Mrs. S~artz and son of Glen Md., from Wi,uchester, Va. Sar.a~on Sutler, son Jimmy, "Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Peer and son, Dean, Miss Sandy Zawell, ~Mr. and Mrs. ~homas Wolford, daug,htter Laura Ann, Mr. ,and ,M~s. Reinhart Johnson, d,au~h,ter Cheri and Jackie, fro,m Fro.n*% Roy ,al, Va., Mr. mud Mrs. Abner John son, Linda, Cecil and Calvin As'h by of Su, f,fOlk, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cam~pbelL children Dennis t~arbara and Oheryl o'f Broad Run Farms, ~terling, Va. Ernie Dean o.f Hay,field, Va. In the a,f~t- ernoon we were gland to have the $ol,lo~ving visitors, Mrs. Nel:lie J(~hn.so,a Walker, Mr. Sam Rice, :d~au,~hters, Mrs. Paul Spiker and 'Mrs. Downey, Mr. and~Mrs. C. W. Johnson, Jr. and fam~,ly, Mrs. Ber~l~a Jo'hnson, M~s. H~azel John son Lan,genek, Oh%tag,o, Ill. Mr. ~an'd Mrs. Ch'arles Johns'on Hans- rote of Cumber%and, Md. The 1960 reu,nion will be held 4n the Berkeley Countty Memorial Pary. In the af>ternovn ice cream and cake were served. Wednesday, September 2 Mrs. Alvin BusCh will en~tev~ain the leoa'l W. S. C. S. at her home on Awm Wood Farm. On Sunday September the 6th. ReD. S. F. Bu, tCher will administer In,farter Ba:ptism. This service was ,postponed due to the i'l,lnesS in ~he pas~tor's family. Hat humid wea~ther did n~ot seem to d~ter th~ose ladies re- sponsiible for cooking the Sunday .School piciu,ic dinner served this~ ~past Sunday in %)he Church base- menit. There was food galore and of every variety. ~a,mes including soi~t l~al, l,awn croquet and re- ,lay rac0s were provided for those vishing to pa,ticipa~. We were so ~lad to see so many .frie,uds present w~om we had not seen for quite sometime. ReD. Butcher ~an,d his fa~n.i:ly were visitors in ~he atfiternoon. The Gang, consisting of Donald eta, K, ay Lorenz, Calvin Fleming, ~Ba,i,ge ~hoem~akev, "Mar~y Kable ~an:d Oa~ol Fri~tts had a very de- li~hC~fu'l midnigl~t pic,ui,c at l~he ~ideaw~ay on Frid,ay, Aug. 14. !Mrs. Sandra F. Johnson of Va. ,i~s visiting her uncle and nun,t, ,Mr. and Mrs. CMren,ce Small- wood. Sandr~ wil~l en:ter Vhe nurses itvaimn,g s, chool at W~inohester iMemoriwl Hos~it;a~l t)h~s f,a!ll. "Mr. a,nd Mrs. Leon Sowers has purchased a 1959 Chevrolet. "vVhile on his ~aoation lag% week 'Mr. Eddie Seal and fevmily v~sited one day at Hershey ~vmusemen~ ~park and spent his money. .Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bush were hosts to a f~amily picn!ic d~nner Sunday at their home o~u Avon Wood Farm w~hich was a fare- welt dinner ~n ~honor of Mrs. BuSh's mother, Mrs. Aroh Carro}l who left early Monday with her son and d~vug~ter-in-l~am Mr. and "Mrs. Lewis OarvolL Sr. of Rippon ~for Winlter Park, F~,a. Mrs. Oarrol~ e~pe0ts to make, her fu,tur~ home width her son. The lwbter cou,ple ~adopted an in~an~t son who they ,u,amed Bart. ~Mrs. P~y Marcus Jr. and son Eric of Win.c~ester are visi,ting her paren~ts Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ,M~M- ,ton of Cedar CRff Parm. Mrs. John Mil~on and in.fan% son, Jc~hn P@trick MiIZon II, have returned ,to their home. The baby weighing 8 l'bs. i0 oz. v%a~ b'o~n on ~IVortd~ay, August 10. @ quick comeback for tired, sun-burned lawns! TURF UILDER'S vital protein-building diet keeps, grass Vely and lovely all autumn--and readies it for winter. rURF BUILDER is the non-burning, sleady-feeding !ertilizer. Walk it on in just haft an hour with the dispensable Scotts Spreader. Results guaranteed. 2500 sq. ft. $2.95 5000 sq. ft. $4.75 The precise Scotia Spreader assures uniformly good results - $16.95 Home Ot "Over.The-Top" Faedz Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 75 & 74 Mv , R. Eber.ol., If You Are Shopping Around or Looking For the 'BEST DEAL' Then You Don't Another Step.., Just Call Phone 212, the JEFFERSON COUNTY MOTORS, INC., in This Area's Headquarters for GOOD USED CARS AND TRUCKS. Have to Move Charles Town, If We Can't Deal With You on One of These Big Values.. Then You. Just Are Not Interested in Buying A Car of Any Kind Now .... We Have the CAR or TRUCK---And We Have the RIGHT PRICE and DEAL You Have Been Looking For. 1958 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE WAGON, Radio. Heater, Power Steering and Brakes, Thunderbird V-8 Engine, 1 Owner, Low Mileage, Extra Clean 1958 EDSELL CORSAIR HARDTOP SEDAN, Radio, Heater, Automatic Transmission, Brand New Nylon White Tires, Exception- ally Clean $2695. $2695. 1958 FORD FAIRLANE HARDTOP SEDAN, Radio, Heater, Ford-O- Marie, White Tires, Red and White, Thunderbird V-8, Real Sharp $2195. 1958 FORD 4-DOOR RANCH WAGON, Radio, Heater, Ford-O- Mat%c, Thunderbird V-8, Many Other Extras, 10w~ner. Priced Right $2195. 1957 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN WAGON, Radio, Heater. Ford-O- Mat%c, V-8 Engine, Power Steering, White Wall tires was $1995.00--Now 1957 FORD CUSTOM 300 4-DOOR SEDAN, Magic.ire Heater. Ford-()- Mat%c, Power Steering, V-8 Engine, A Real Nice One 1957 FORD CUSTOM 300 TUDOR, Radio, Heater, Ford-O-Mat%c, Looks and Runs Good 1957 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR STATION WAGON, Heater, 6- Cylinder with Straight Transmission 1956 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN 9-PASSENGER WAGON, Radio, Heater, Thunderbird V-8 with Overdrive, White Tires,~ Red and White Paint 1956 FORD FAIRLANE HARDTOP, Radio, Heater, Ford-O-Mat%c, Thunderbird V-8 1956 FORD FAjRLANE HARDTOP, Radio, Heater, Ford-O-Mat%c, Thunderbird V-8, Power Steering and Brake, Air Conditioning 1956 BUICK HARDTOP, Radio, Heater, Dynaflaw, Power Steering and Brakes 1955 FORD CUSTOMLINE TUDOR, Radio, Heater, Ford-O-Mat%c. V-8 Engine, Priced Right 1955 FORD TUDOR, Magic.ire Heater, Motor Overhauled and New Paint 1955 MERCURY HARDTOP, Radio, Heater, White Tires, ~ Runs Good 1955 MERCURY 4-DR, SEDAN, Radio, Heater, Overdrive, White Tires. Tutone Green 1955 OLDSMOBILE 88 HARDTOP, Radio, Heater, Hydra-Mat%c, Black and White 1954 FORD TUDOR, Heater, 6 Cylinder with Straight Transmis- sion, Very Nice 1954 FORD CUSTOMLINE FORDOR, Radio, Heater, Ford-O-Mat%c, New P~nt, Extra. Clean 1954 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR SEDAN, Heater, New Paint, Good Tires and Condition 1954 PONTIAC DELUXE 4-DR. SEDAN, Radio, Heater, Hydra-Mat%c, A Nice Car 1954 CHEVROLET BELAIR 4-DOOR SEDAN, Radio, Heater, New Paint, Good Dependable Transportation $1895. $1595. $1495. $1595. $1495. $1495. $1595. $1595. $ 995. $ 895. $1295. $1295. $1295. $ 595. $ 795. $ 695. $ 695. $ 795. 1953 BUICK SUPER 4-DOOR SEDAN, Radio, HeaAer, Dynaflow, New Paint $ 495. 1953 BUICK HARDTOP, Radio, Heater, Straight Transmis~sion 1953 CHEVROLET 210 4-DR. SEDAN, Local Owner, 26,000 Actual Miles, A Real Beauty 1953 DODGE CORONET 4-DR. SEDAN, Radio, Heater, V-8 Engine, New Pahtt, Price Right 1953 PONTIAC DELUXE 4-DR. SEDAN, Radio, Heater, Hydra-Marie 1953 DESOTO 4-DR. SEDAN, V-8 Engine, Looks and Runs Good 1952 OLDSMOBILE SUPER 880 SEDAN, Radio, Heater, Hydra-Mat%c, Clean Inside and Out $ 595. $ 695." 495. $ 495. $ 495. $ 495. 1952 CHEVROLET 150 4-DOOR SEDAN, Heater, Good Tires, Runs Good $ 295. 1952 PONTIAC DELUXE SEDAN, Radio, Heater, Hydra-Matic $ 395. 1951 FORD CUSTOM TUDOR, Radio, Heater, V-8, New Seat Covers $ 295. 1951 CHEVROLET DELUXE 4-DOOR, Radio, Heater 1951 OLDSMOBIILE SUPER 88 4-DR. SEDAN, Radio, Heater, Hydra- Mat%c, Extr~ Clean 1951 PONTIAC DELUXE 4-DR. SEDAN, Radio, Heater, Hydra-Matic 1951 CHEVROLET BEL AIR HARDTOP, Radio, Heater 1950 PONTIAC DELUXE 4-DR., Radio, Hea~ter, Hydra-Matic 1950 CHEVROLET DELUXE 4-DOOR, Radio, Heater 1949 PLYMOUTH DELUXE CLUB COUPE, Radio, Heater 1949 BUICK STATION WAGON, Radio, Heater, Dyna;flow, A Real Good One 1948 PLYMOUTH DELUXE 4-DR., Loe&i Owner, 24,000 Actual Miles $ 395. $ 495 $ 395. $ 295. $ $ 295. $ 195. $ 345. 1956 FORD F-100 PANEL, Economical 6-Cylinder, 1 Loc~ Owner, . Excelien Condition 1955 FORD F-100 PICKUP, Heater, Custom Cab, V-8 Engine. 28,000 Miles, Very Clean 1952 FORD F-100 PICKUP, Heater. 6-Ply Tires, Good Shape 1950 FORD F-8 CAB & CHASSIS. 175" Wheel Base, 5-iSBeed Trans- mission, 2-Speed Axle, 10:00 x 20 Tires, Motor Completely Rebu~ A Good Heavy Duty Truck 1950 CHEVROLET CARRY- ALL, Heater, Turn Signals 1950 CHEVROLET SEDAN DELIVERY, Heater 1950 WILLYS 4-WHEEL DRIVE JEEP, Heater, Metal Cab, Motor Completely RebuiR. Good Tires 1947 FORD F-5 CAB & CHASSIS. 130'" Wheel Base, Heater, 7:50 x 20 Tires 1939 DODGE l!~-Ton 154" Wheel Base, Good Bed with Racks, Handy for Farm Work. Runs Good $1095. $ 895. $ 495. $ 895. $ 495. $ 195. $ 595. $ 295. $ 195. 1959 1959 FORD 1959 FORD F-100 PICKUP, 6[~' Styleside Bed, 6-Cylinder Engine, Front and Rear Turn Signals, Oil Filter, Meadow Green. F-100 PICK-UP, 6[/~' Styles%de Bed, V-8 Engine, Heater, Front and Rear Turn Signals, Rear Contour Bumper, Meadow Green. F-100 PICK-UP, 6[~' Styles%de Bed, V-8 Engine, Heater, Front and Rear Turn Signals, Custom Cab, Rear Contour Bumper, Oil Filter, Colonial White. 1959 FORD F-250 4-WHEEL DRIVE PICK-UP, 8' Styles%de Red, Custom Cab, 7:50x 16 6-Ply Mud and Snow Tires, Grille Guard, 4-Speed Trans- mission with lr' Heavy Duty Clutch, Front and Rear Turn Signals. Heavy Front and Rear Springs, V-8 Engine, Oil Filter, Heater, Elec- tric Wipers, Me.down Green. 1959 FORD 1959 FORD F-250 PICK-UP. Grille Guard, 7:50 x 16 Tires, 4-Speed Trans- mission, Heavy Duty Rear Springs, Heavy Duty Radhttor, Oil Filter, Front and Rear Turn Signals, Heater. F-350 Cab and Chassis, Custom Cab, 7:50x16 6-Ply Tires with Dual Rear Wheels, Vacuum Booster Brake, Oil Filter, Heater, Electric Wipers, Turn Signals, Heavy Duty with Auxiliary Rear Springs, Torch Red. 1959 FORD F-500 CAB AND CHASSIS, 154" V$:heel Base, V-8 Engine, Cus- tom Cab, 2-Speed Axle, 7:50x20 8-Ply Tires, Heater, Turn Signals, Heavy Duty with Auxiliary Rear ,Springs, Vacuum Booster Brakes, Oil Filter, Electric Wipers, Meadow Green. 1959 FORD F-600 CAB AND CHASSIS, 154" Wheel Base, 8:25x20 10-Ply Tires, 5-Speed Transmission, 2-Speed Axle, 3-2-2 Heavy Duty Spring Build Up, Custom Cab, Heavy Duty V-8 Engine, Ileater, Front "~nd Rear Turn Signals, Spare Wheel Carrier, Oil Filter. Elec- tric Wipers. Torch Red. II WAITING TO SERVE YOU ARE: ..... JOE SUTTON Home Phone 402 G. L. VIRTS E.M. WHITING Home Phone 279-W Home Phone 1056 I)OUG COOPER Home Phone 1056 EDWARD W. JOHNSON Shepherdstown, Phone 2991 U 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET PHONE 212 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. OPEN "WEEK NIGHTS 6:30 to 9:00 P. M.