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Battle Will Be As To John Brown Centennial is Sunday, October 18, i~l,ace is Harpers Ferry, W. '-uniformed group of Soldiers mra neuvers a 2100 bronze field piece into a Overlooking the Baltimore railroad bridge. is: "Load-ram- Will be chavacier~stic (~f during the sham battle Will be staged on Bolivar , W. Vs. on the final day 100th Anmversary ef the Raid at H, arpers Per side wi'll be the Con,fed- of Big Pool, Md. and Md. and on the cipher unit of the "Sharps- Rifles." u'ses the stand,ard two powder charge that during the War be- The standard 12 iron shot is seldom the crew. Most of the at- tillery now ,fired ,at demonStrat- ions consists of c,ani'ster, which instead of being 1,oaded witch "de- feet" musket bali's and bullets, is loaded with sand and clay. The S,harpsburg l~ifles unit is authen;tically uniformed in the Union blue, and from the current rate of enlist,merit is expected io constitute a full corn,pony of one hundred stro,ng. Most of the men are equipped with fifty-eight cal- iber rifle and or the sixty-nine caliber musket, both of which are muzzle-loading. This unit was in Harpers Perry Sunday Aug. 1 to set up their "battle field" for the centennial. They met wii~h Prank Anderson, Park Sup. and Lee BuOhong Historian. Drug viewed as a new ,hope in treating gout. RUBBER STAMPS:--Made am Size you desire. Quick and Effi- cient Service. Telephone 222 SPIRIT OP J~$ON - AD VOCATE OFFICE, North Georg Street. || i :11 STRICTLY FRESH / *"- ///ff 17 Charles Town, W. Va. ( SON f!EATRE Wednesday - Thurs. - Friday August 19, 21 and 21 Itt ~2~ , W, VA. i presentll Saturday 2:00 P. M. S GUARDIANS OF unday 3:00 P.M. KI QN'$ MINES! :15 & 9:15 P. M. 2.5e - Adults' 50c Starring :,George M;ntgomery ay .... August 22 ILY THE PEEP-SHOWIEST of all the ] ardot s---and pi*obably the best!" i - frankly' shocking film of a man's' obsession. By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye and son Sylvester were down to their sons Mr. and Mrs. Wilham Frye in Brun~wick, Md. ,on Tuesday for st~p,per. Mr. and Mrs. Ployd Fawver of Marinsburg spe,nt Wednesday eve ning witth Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Lit, tle Catherine Armsltrong dau ~h!ter of Mr. and Mrs. David Arm- strong had t,he m,isfo~tune of hav- ln,g a concrete b~lock fall on her foot s'he was taken immed,ia,tely to the hospitai where it required 18 sti,te~hes. :Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and son Bob,by of Brunswick, Md. were Wedsesday evening suplaer gues,ts with the former paren'ts Mr. and Mrs. Ro,ber Prye in trhe morning Mrs. Frye son Sylvester and dau- gh,ter-,in4aw Mrs. William Frye were in Mar;tinsburg the ladies going up to get their eye gl~as'ses. ,Mr. Sylvester Frye was a caller an Wednesday even,ing with His aun,t Mrs. Abner Henry and sons at the bloomery. : IMr and Mrs. Alber Viands Jr. and daughters Mary and Nancy and Mrs. Julia Viands spen,t Thu- }rsday eveniag with their cousin !Mr. and Mrs. Hube>t Du~trow in ~ I~agers,town, Md. ~Mr. and Mrs. Lester Viands and ~ons Glenn and Jackie along with ~eme friends of Charles Town ---~ t,~ day Sunday at Colo,nial Beach, Va. v,r. Forreslt Chamblin of Middle way was a supper guest on Satur- d:ay with his brother-in-~law and dster Mr. and Mrs. 1%ober~ Frye lnd son Sylvester. tMr. Roland VJhipp of Mi~llville ind Letter Viands and son Glenn af town were Saturday aI~ternoon callers w~h Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Obie Johns~ton ~nd dau~i~ter Joyse and Bonnie and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins spent the week end over the Sky lane Drive. tMrs. William Dirlow, Jr. and daughter Tan,a and son Freddie Mr. C~ar]es Dillow and Mr. David l~ic~hard a,ll of Alexandria, Vs. ~nd Mrs. Willi,a,m Dillow Sr. of Millville recently visited Oak Leaf Park of Luray, Va. and saw Ray Price in person. 'Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. and dau-' ~l~ters Mary and Nancy of the bloomery, Mrs. Billy Viands of I~anso0n and Mrs. Julia Viands were dinner guests Wednesday wit,h the former daushter Mrs. Dona~Id Hoverm,ale and family near Bolivar. Mr. Roy Weber of W~,nchesCer Va. was a cal,ler on Monday with Mr. Robert Viands. ~Mr. and Mrs. Am'os Pl,otner and two grand sons Dav,ie and h'vin of Hedgesv~lle were Tuesday even- ing crallers wit'h the latter mo:ther Mrs. Maude Smallv~ood. :Mr. and Mrs. Mriliton Popkins of Ka~bletown were Tuesday evening callers witch t~heir sc,n-in-'law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Obie John- ston and famAly. Recent ~,~,~itor,, w.i,th Mr. and M:r, and ~,,'~, ~)];Td Pcnnin:gtcn ,Mrs. Willia, m Dill,ow and daughter and two Children of Lee,town were Tana were Mrs. M,ar,mn Dillow Sund,ay evenin,g visitors with Mr. and children of Berryville, Va. Mr. a,rtd Mrs. Nelson Bush. Wallace Barron of C,harles Town. Mr. Sylvester Prye accompanied Mrs. Mary Frye and Mr. George Mr. and Mrs. William Prye and Ba, tes of Poin~t of l=backs, Md. son Bob:by to the Bradley re-an- :Messers Charle,~ Dil'low and David Richard of Alexandria, Va., Mr. Bu,tch Pope of Quanico, Va. Jun- ,ior Hardy of Front Royal, V a. Mrs. William Dillow Sr. and daug'hter ,Mary Ann of MillviHe, "Mr. Newt, Larue of the Power Plan.t and Miss Georgia Parra and son Pred- die v~h,o recemly retmned fro San Diego California. where s'he spen,t several weeks with her parents and Mrs. Peggy Pringle of Ransc.~ ~Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and two children o,f near Bol'ivar spen,t t)he day Thursday with the latter parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands, Jr., at the bloomery. Mr. John Viands of Town and Miss Mable Aits of Weaverton were Tuesday evenLng c:a:llers with ~he former parents Mr. and Mrs. Bm~t Viands. Sunday dinner gues:ts with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pawver of Martins burg. Other c:al,lers were Mr. and ,M~:~. Hank Keller of Martins'burg Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daug~hter S:herri, of Loudoun Hei- g h,ks, Va. Miss Mable A,its of Wev- erto,n, Mr. Harry Shirley o,f Mid- dle~vay, Mr. John Viands of Town Mrs. Albert Viands, Jr., and dau- g~hter Nancy of the bloomery. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Dillow and two daughters of ,Martinsburg were callers ,an Sunday wit,h their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Ross St:agner Perry their son is in service now leaving this week for Germany t~he DiHow fam i,ly used to live in our little town. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sto'cks o$ Brunswick Md. Mr. and Mrs. Suble*ge Ch, amb lin of Ranson, Syivester who has spen,t his vacation with his par- ents returned to his work in Be0hesda, Md. Sunday eveni,ng. ,Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pawver of Mar~tinsburg are spending two weeks at the Carger house at the bloomery. Mr. and Mrs. J~ames Martin and two children, M~s. Prances Martin and Mrs. Eliza- be:t~h Barr all of Mart~ns'burg were Sunday evening callers with the Pwwvers. Mrs. Nelson Bush was a ewller on Thursday wit:h her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wiliingham near Bardane. ,Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chamblin of Ran son were Sunday callers with the formers sis,ter Mrs. Ab- ner Henry and sons a,t the bloom- cry. Mr. and Mrs. Dona,ld Hovermale iand children, Mr. and Mrs. Rc~n- ald Wiles and daugh,ter Mrs. Ab- ner Vi,ands Jr. and dau,g~hter Mary and Nancy all spent the day Sunday at the Miller Water Pa,tch-~ ne,or Berrvv'i'He, V,% Mary Viands of the Btoomery and Judy S,hir,ley of Middleway ,are spending t,heir last week of vocation witch Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. There was a very freak accident that happened Sunday morning around five o'clock. I heard and saw a car leave t!he road below t~he barn of Mr. Les~er O.tt. I then ea,~led my good neighbor Nelson Busch and he we n.t to hel,p the young fellow out. Mr. Viands also went to the s cc;ae of the accident. This young fellow went down one .bank and up ano'~her into a field ~belong,ing to Mr. Richard Dailey, tearing down two posts and part of t~he fence. Mr. Busch and Mr. Vi,ands could find ,no t~ace of him until dayliSh!t. He went to sleep th- .~t = w~heel. Mr. David Lee Henry has re- ~aarned to his home having spent ~he week in B~ai,timore, Md. with ,his brot~her-in-1;aw and sisi~er Mr. and Mrs. Jo~hn~nie Hampton and son. Mr. Wilham SIink~mpn was over ~h c n r4 s talan to t e Ha gersmw ~.o pi, , Monday h,a~rin.g his eyes dhecked ~h'by his eye speci:a,list who oper- ,ated on h4s eyes with suc~h good Succe'ss. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- n~'ale and children and ne!~hew David of near Bo~livar were the Sunday* evening callers wi~;h Mr. and Mrs. Al:bm~t Viands, the pa- re,nts of Mrs. Hovermale. Mr. and Mrs. Bvaithwa4te and Pepper Martin o,f Marttlnsbm'g were /Monday ca}lers with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ~awver. ion, which was held at the Bar- dane Community Center on Sun- day and all had a wonderful time. By Mrs. Lena Ambrose Mr. Edward Li~htner of Wa.~h- ington visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gegeby and family Tuesdty. ~Mr. and Mrs. James Wel~ty and daugh'tm~s of Bal,timore spent the week end wi#~h Mr. and Mrs. Geo- rge Gree,nwal~t. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cover arid daughters of Winchester spent t'he week end with Mrs. Rut*h Clegg and Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Welty and sons. Miss Mary Cogle of nears Neers vil,le, Va., died Fast Friday in the Leesburg, Vs., Hospital. Servlcos were held Monday with intermnent at the Lutheran Cem etery at Neersv~lie. She was a sis- ter to Mr. Oscar Cogle, here and ,is survived by two brobhers, Geo- rge and Tom in Virginia. ~Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gageby and Mr. and Mrs. Berry Wells of B'al~tAmore spen~, Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gageby. /Mrs. Bests'ie Moler of Shepherds town spent several days with Mr. and M~'s. George Gageby and fami ly the past week. Ss~turday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Breeden Saturday were Mr. Oscar Breeden of Summit Point and Mr. Ernest Breeden (~f Ranson. Mrs. Annie He,nson and Mrs. Dargenhart of Hagerstown and Mrs. Joseph Barron of W~aynes- borG, Pa., visited Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Welty and Mrs. Rut~h Clegg Sund~ay. Mrs. Ruth Tfllet of Balt,imore is spending t,he week wit,h her bro- ORDER OF PUBLICATION. th~,r and ;i:;ior m law ira'. and Mr:~ ,Marvin Breeden and family. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Neale Ambrose and son Larry of Charles Town visi,ted his parents Mr. and Mrs. tI. C. Ambrose Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Pred Martin of R.anson spent Sunday wivh Mrs. Mammie Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Martin visited M~s. Mam- mie Mar,tin Monday night. Cli,fton Peaeher of Hall.town spent the week end with Wayne and Charles Welty. .'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gageby and daughters and Miss Joyee Gageby s,pen Sunday at Cacapon Park. Mrs. Gertie We,aver of Mary- land Who has lived w~th Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Mitchell for the pater two years moved back to Mary- land near Dargan last Week with her sos Marion w,here she will make her home in a new house ~hat her son just finished. Clarke County Schools Will Open August 31st Berryville, Vs., - Classes being Aug. 31 for countypublic school children. This follows several days of session for their teachers. SPIRIT OF JEI 'PF, R.RON ADVOCA AI,(,IST 20, 1959 'I--B THURSI)AY, ' Principals will meet Aug. 24 and 25, and all teachers will meet at the Berryville Elemen,tary School Aug. 26 at 9 a. m. They will have pre-school conferences at the res- pective schools the following two days. iATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY NO HUNTING, NO TRESPASS- ING SIGNS For Sale at the office of the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate on North George Street, Charles Town. Buy your needs today. Oct. 2 - tf.--ne see us for fast, I FINISH PHONE 173 BRING YOUR' FILMS TO THE STATE OF WEST VIR- GINIA, Jefferson County, to-wit: At RULES held in the Clerk's office o,f the Circuit Court of Jeff erson County, Augus:t, 1959 Lee Bushong Administra~tor c. t. a. of Clo't)hilde Hoover Smit,hson deceased, plairttiff VS R. C. Smi,thson &ntse*P. Kelly, St. James ChurVh, George Roy- siGn Sal,ano, Bengal, and Father Mwthias, defend,ant's OBJECT OF SUIT To constru~ the will of Cl~thH- de Hoover Sm,ithson and obtain i guidance and direction of the : Cou, rt in sett,lement of her estate. ~t appearing, (m affdavit filed in this suit that the Defendant's St. James Church, George Royston Salano, Bengal and Pather Ma- thias are non-residents of 0he St~a'te df West Virginia they are hereby required to appear w.ithin One Month after the d~te of the first public,wtion of t;his order and do what is necessary to protect .their interest in ~his matter. It is ordered that a copy of this order be forthwi,t~ published once a week for three consecutive weeks in "Spirit of Jefferson-Ad,vocute" a newspaper printed in the town of Oharles Town in the County of Jefferson. W. M. JONES Clerk of t)he Circuit Court Lee Bus~hong, Jr ...... P. Q. CHARLES TOWN, W. Available Now -- Good Used Trailers. Low Rental Advance and Low Monthly Payments. Rent Applies to Purchase. We Deliver and Block to your location. Route 15, Open I)aily IL 1-Mile South of Frederick, Md. to 8:00 P. M. Including Sunday .SEE HE W0HDERFU E EV S ONS HOW OH D SP AY APPLIANCE LINE VA. PHONE 202 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Augnst 6__- 3T - ..'5,: ':~:;~:. :-.. .::[!))i:i::::::: i::!:::!::"" :8::g:~:~ ' ,*, ".'.;,. '.R 'e" > " ." .: ,',, :.'-" ~:.'." .... ~ ~ '."~' ~1~11~=~" xu'" .... :~: :~:~,,:...~ =================================== : : . :.+.. , . . > ~/ ;.: ..... ;.: ..+:':':.,:.;'-:v...,,.:.;.,v.v...,i:~::~:.:,:.:.:.:.:,: :,:+, ,,, ,., , . ~" ~ : " ~::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: ::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Bel Air a-Door Sedan with sleek Body by Fisher 104 E. Washington St. Charles Town PHONE 780 PRESCRIPTION SERVICE ! BRIGITTE BARDOT "LOVE IS MY PROFESSION" JEAN CABIN - EDWIGE FEUILLERE Monday - Tuesday I ur 2:I, 24 and 25 [ Wednesday and Th sday -~IIIRt[Y ~ I August 26 and 27* UNI :YOUNG. [ TAY!OR.BACKUS [ KELLY/ g;7. h.~ .................. OF PERSONAL PROPERTY! Having sold my home in the country and moving to town I will offer for sale at public auction, about 8 miles North of Berryvflle and 3 miles South of Swimley Station, on Old Charles Town Road, the Following named items, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:00 A.M. (E. S. T.) TWO BROOD SOWS weighing from 450 to 500 lbs. each. Due to farrow by day of sale or shortly thereafter. TWO SHOATS, weighing approximately 100-1bs. each. 4 or 5 TONS OF ALFALFA HAY. One metal water tank, 1 set dehorners, 1 corn sheller, 2 s~ts wire stretchers, 1 electric separator, 4 10-gal. m{Ik cans, 1 set double ladders and several single ladders; 1 electric brooder, chicken feeders and waterers; tools and wrenches of all kinds; approximately 100 fence posts, in- cluding corner pos,ts; all types of garden tools, sausage grinder, lard pots, stuffer, 1 heavy railroad jack, several pitch forks, scoop shovels, cross-cut saws, hand saws, wood axes, 2 spools new 4-point barbed wire, several part rolls of wire, approximately 1,000 feet of Poplar Lumber and some Cedar; 1 coal hea~ter, perfect shape; 1 kitchen range, in good shape; dishes of all types, some VERY OLD; cook- ing utensils of all kinds, in good shape; potted plants of all kinds; LAYING HENS, and LOT OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS. TERI~S OF SALE:--CASH on Day of Sale. O. M. LLOYD , W. D. ORNDoRFF, Auctioneer. : R. E. MORELAND, Clerk. August 20 and 27-2t. One of the 7 big bests Chevrolet gives you over any other car In its field Anyone who's ever taken a Chevy over a choppy country road can tell you how lightly Chevrolet's Full Coil suspension handles rough going-- and coil springs never squeak, never need grease! Try this velvet way of going for your- self. Once you do, you'll find your own way of saying what MOTOR TREND magazine puts this way: "... the smoothest, most quiet, softest riding car in its price class." But the happiest part of it all is that this Full Coil ride is just one of seven big bests--all documented by published opinions of experts and on-the-record facts and figures. BEST ROOM-Official dimen- sions reported to A.M.A.* show that Chevrolet sedans offer more front seat head room than all but one of the high-priced cars--more front seat hip room (by up to 5.9 inches) than the "other two" of the leading low-priced three. BEST ENGiNE-Chevrolet en- gines have long won expert praise from virtually every automobile magazine, and, just recently, Chev- rolet received the NASCAR? Out- standing Achievement award for "the creation and continuing de- velopment of America's most effi- cient V-type engines." BEST ECONOMY-A pair of Chevrolet sixes with Powerglide won their class in this year's Mobil- gas Economy Run, topping every other full-sized car. And the win- ning mileage was a whopping 22.38 m.p.g. BEST BRAKES-Chevy's bonded- lining brakes are the biggest in their field, built for up to 66% longer life. In a direct competition conducted by NASCAR, Chevy out- stopped both of the other leading low-priced cars in a test of re- peated stops from highway speeds. " BEST STYLE-It's the only car of the leading low-priced 3 that's unmistakably modern in every line. "In.its price class," says POPU- LAR SCIENCE magazine, "a new high in daring styling." BEST TRADE=iN-Any N.A.D.A.:I: Guide Book can give you the figures on Chevy's extra value. You'll find that Chew'diet used car prices last year averaged up to $128 higher than comparable models of the "other two." Your Chevrolet dealer will be happy to tell you about a whole host of other advantages besides these seven. Why not drop by his showroom ? *A~tomobil~ Man~fa, cturer~ Association. ?NatiantJ Assoei~tlo~ Jor S|oek Car Advancemen~ ~Ind Research. SNatioual A,tomobile Dalhtr$ Aasociat~n. Visit your local authorized Chevrolet dealer and see how much more Chevy has to offe'rl West Washington Street ? Charles Town, W. Va. Telephone 42 I I IIII [ |Ill I II I Illl I I I I I I ( I