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Pony Show Ag ,n :Proves,Best Attract J ffe County Red cross Chapter ,_, " ion e rson Dennis Glaize Promoted Chrisman, Thomas hi sr .,T Or JET:rr. ON Ar)VOCATE For A nnualCh ,rl s Town Hors e Show; 44 R On Arfivifi Expenditures To Private First Class Peoples Life Meeting of w.ic. was .,st r , eports ...._......, At Marine Rec uit Depot Mr. and M,.s. L. itors .at, est ce owB egilfl The annual report of the Jeff-I~ta in the pa.~t 2 yeaz~ our local :::..::-:-!:.. ....... .::::...:i":. .... of Jefferson County are among the located at 107 E. Burke Street, ] Good luck rarel:y comes unex- , erson ~'ounty Chaprez', .~merican no~pitaJ receives an aoequate sup ........... .:...::~. .:!z:::i:iiiii!ii!! ............... :..:...! top producers of the Martins,burg Ma~tinsburg and is staffed with ]peeLed; usually, i,t is over-expect- Red Cross released last week ply of blood every two weeks by Company who departed Wednes- -~ -~'~---'---"~ Despite the threatening weather I orton of Rackville, Md. was sol shows t~hat all seven phases of Red ]motor corps from the Was~hing,to,n , : i!~ i:.:~!:!:::::!::::~::i~i!!i!~. ~; office of the PeOples Life Insurance 20 full-time life underwriters and 'ed. ' of Friday morning, the size of the ected as the grand champion of Cro~s work which the Chapter car Regional Blood Center. This is due day for their compa,ny's 1959 I~ crowd of spectators and the num- the pony show. This same pony, ries on had a successful and mos,t to the participation of other Chap Agency Leadeis' convention bein~ H |)R. VERA FISCHER, Optometrist ber of e~hibitors for the 47th a,n- I a 10 year old, was the reserve active year dm'ing the period of ters in the Blood Program. 30 rot- held at the Statler-Hilton Hotel. IH EYES EXAMINED -- GLASSES FITTED HIIv nual e~hibition of the Charles ]champion in the pc,ny division ofJuly 1, 1958 and J~ane 30, 1959.uniters gave 423 hours of service Washington, D. C., it was annou- nced this week by George W. Rey- Itl flours:--9:45 - 5:00--Closed Tuesday and Thursday IU Town Horse Show Association, [ the show last year. The champio~ A total of $5 592 00 was contri laL these 3 Bloodmobile visits. H OPEN Friday Evenings By Appointments. I~ ug nC staged07 atThrsday e O a.esand ridaY o n ,loadlSi edreinin forOlass 7 for .dren overponies andn buted to the Cross Chapter, .isas r Program I nold eydis riCt on t.emanage' ou, day [11 Phone 785 S Charles St Charles Town. W Va It Race Course, pzoved to be nearly [not over 8. ' during the membership campaign aster assistance is give~a to meet this year and $2,043.00 wen,t to the I basic human needs vcherever and by preforming outstanding service as large as in past years. As a mat t Selected as the reserve champ- ~tional Red Cross organizz~tion. [.whenever it is needed. During the I,to thir policyholders and by achier ' ~er of fact interest in the pony Ion of the Chow was Pricilla, a sil- And accvrdin,g to the annual re- lYear only one fam,ily in Jefferson i.ng production quotas set by the ~ t tdimViSmnecgfd Vphea~hOwWthhi: taor~alalolf ]~r d~paPdle ~;r~Yngar ~lodny~?rfmrOo~ port the following deCailed figures ICon,sty made homeless by total Company during a contest[ period shows Vhe ac,tivities and expendi-[fire, was in need of financial a,- which began june 30, 1958 and 44 ex~hibitors in this divisc;1 as a- ]Charles Town. .. ended June 29, 1959. Convenion gainst the 42 of last year and 31 Home Service Program-Consel-[was made and requests for clot)h-~.~. .;:::~:i:!iiiiii!~ii:i~i!::?::::.::::i!!:i;i:i:i::i:!::~:~!:.: I ;uies permitted wives to attend ..F ..... ' [ Selec~,~g horses in the reg~stered ures f the C'hapter fr the year: ]si'%ance" Financial aid f $60'00 ~iiii~ii!!! i1 :!ii'i:i~!~:'~ !:::: ...... ::!:~ii the meeting with their husbands. oz rme l~az snow. [quarter horse and t'horo~ghbred ing in personal and family prob-ling and basic household furnish- !~i: i~i~ ~[ Company Conventio,neers from a C. M. B. Brown, secretary-treas [division proved a rat,her difficult lemms were given to 274 cases. ]lugs weer made available from gen The group will joiu over 500 s ss iat task for the show's two judges- When men go into mill,lacy service]erousdonors. All other fire wictims ~i: [ Plumbing - Heating - Septic Tanks and | urer of the Hot. e Show A..pc -],~ ............ i::i:::~i~ seven state area and both hus- ,on ....... and me man wno p,ans anul''ugustusr~'ggs ,u o,t~oo~sv, ne and eventually are discharged]were contacted by the RedCross ............ ~: ~:_ ..... e~ .... ' I ?"' !' directs the two day show, said the from it, problems freque~t'ly dev-land as~stance given wherever ::i:i:i::i :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .:i.il :::.:: iiiii::::::~'::i(i:::!I: bands and wives will participate elop Vha,t families find difficul:t to [needed. - in planned educational, recreation number of part~c~pan,ts this year s ~:~o,,~ ..... ' . ~. ~ ". :: ::::: ..~:~i~ . :::::::~i~i"i:~:i~::::::: !:::::::i::;~$::: ...... al and sales training activities in Drainfields - St e an in ~he various divisions of compe~tl[rey~'o~joh'~-~;e,ttwberne of" M~" ,solve alone. Through counseling,] First Aid and Water Safety ...... :...:...I:~::.~::~::~. " ~::~ ::~:~,the Capital City. One main feat- [)he Red Cross aids se:icemen andi s Ac ' . " ' "s count ttion was on a par with other " . . [Serv ce - Cldents m thi , ry ure of the cc~avention program will r ith the torn" number of I dleburg, Vs., as the grand champ members of their families to plan ] are t;he 4Vh leading cause of death. DENNIS M. GLAIZE be a tour of their Company's new ex~mbi~o~Ye'a~s" w iamng .... (~ .Zly ~-hree back I.ion .of the show.. The.entry was. a and carry out ways of meeing [The Red Cross helps, to red~ce Parris Island, S. C. (.F~ITNC)-- home office building, construction I PHONE 7.11 CHARLES TO N, W. VA. . . . " . . f [ches,tnut cold First Fiddle Gilded ~hese problems. Service was g~ven Ithis tragic toll of accidental death ol las~ year's reCor~ numoer o I,a~o exhibitors. I~'~'rl~e Reserve champion of the to 154 servicemen, 49 veterans [and injury t~hrough instruc~tions in Dennis M. Gl~ze, son of Mr. and i ! ~,~ I and 71 civilians. Loans were given [first aid water-safety and public Mrs. Marti,.~ B. Glaize of Fourth In "the first day of the show lshow was the entry of Degage in the amount of $485.00 and out leduca~tion" The back:b0ne of the Avenue, Ranson, W. Vs., was pro- which featuredthep~nyexhibit-~andKeet~abr~wnyearlingfillyrightgra~tst~t~led$385.~;~e-~se~Ti~eisacorps~fv~luneerinm~ted to Marine Private First FORTDRIVE-INI HEEDS] ceipts on loans totaled $355.00. [strut[ors trained t~hrough Chapters Class during ~ecruit graduation, ~ng and j~dging Davy Crockeit, a t of the Meander Farm of Miss Jul- On Route 340--2 Miles West chestnut gelding, owned by" Hugh ia Shearer, Locust Dale. Vs. The Jefferson County C'hapter's ]a,nd at National aquWtic and small July 21, at the Marine Corps Re- nare ftheC mmunityChrist- c af tsch ls.L ca 4y aFirs tAi cruitDepot ParrisIsland'S.C" of lIarpers Ferry, W. Va. RI:ADY MIX COHCRI:TF Reserve Champion Pony Division mas Basket program amounted to [Station was manned at ~he An- He was meritoriously promoted _._ ,, $150.00. Other service expenditur-[nual County Fair 1 Standard for his outstanding preformance es, namely salary, telephone, tele-]First Aid class was given a Har- of duties during recruit training. Thurs.-Fri. Aug 90-2l ] CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR | gralah, po.s.tage, t~enal, fund ra~s:/pers Ferry High Sdhool and sever- Before enlisting in April 1959, ]ng, pubhm~y ann other omce ana]a1 hours of First Aaid was ~,iven Glaize graduated from Charles"IHE BADLANDERS" I VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. I manageme,nt expenses totaled $1,-[~o Girl Scout Troop No. 38 ahd Town High School. 650.00. Five volunteers con'ribuCed [ the Boy Scouts of the MeVhodist in Color with Alan Ladd- I THORN LUMBER COMPANY ] many hours to this particular wen [Church. During t,he summer of Ernest Borgnine [are service. [ 1958 130 were enrolled in the s~vim maintained of those who are pre- Blo~d Program-Everyone may I mJng classes held at the Jefferson paz~l to serve hheir own and other -- A L S O -- [ Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Town | at one time or another need blood IMemrial Park Swimming Pool communities as needed. Mickcy Rooney in I Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 J l-It m~v n~od it nr nn~ of it rt~,nd lthroug'h the kJld coperation o,f Service groups and volur~eer ser ucts as a defense agains disease IJeffersn Memorial Parg, b~ pus:- vices-The volunteer is t,he basic "ANDY HARDY ,, I He may need blood to help recover: I ed and received certificaCes and 9 allysCrengthall 0ffvhetheservicesRed CroSS.listed aboveVirtu , COMES HOME from an illness or acciden,t or he ]vounteers gave 198 hours of ser- would be impossible wit.hou t'he repay need .it to save his life. The [wce. al chap',ter is a small segment] Nursing Services-Everyone needs work of [,he hu,ndreds of volun- ONE STOP CREDIT FOR THE FARM of [)he Washington Regional Blood liP know the correc~ and essential leers from Jefferson County who Sa|. Only - Aug'. 22 Center which is part of t~he net- ,way of hel,ping the sick in the serve the Red Cross. 20 staff Aides work. Our pro-rata share ~o the home. To provide ~i~is knowledgegave 478 hours of service; 4 Gray "The Screen's First Real Farm Machinery, Livestock, Seed and Fertilizer; Farm Cen;ter was $303.00 for ac~m~nis- a class in Home Care of the Sick Ladies gave 299 hours at t,he V.A. Story of the Strange Teen- " Trucks, Milking Parlorsand Bulk Tanks, Purchasing Real traion and distribution costs to- and Injured was held with 9 on- Center in ~Iavtinsburg; 9 Motor Age Desperado known as-- Estate and Refinancing Debts. ' r Corps volunteers gave 114 hours" cal expenses for ca.nteen, postage, ~rolled, 7 pass,i,~g and receiving ce ' "BILLY THE KID." publicity, etc. was $156.00. Our ~,Uficates. 16 nurses gave 165 hours 10 Can, teen workers gave 348 "THE LEFT , FOR THE FAMILY quota for t,he year was 416 pines of volunteer service at the Blood hours and 1 Nurses Aide gave 16 of blood of which we collected on- mobile visits and [;he First Aid hours service. Canteen workers ser Automobiles, Dishwashers, Freezers and Other Home Apo ly 285 pin, ts In gpite of the face :BooVh at the Annual Councy Fair. ved 3 coffee hours and assisted at HANDED (~['N" pliances; lIome Improvements, Plus Dozens of Other Capi- t~h~t we have not reached our quo A roS, ter of Red Cross nurses is Annualv. A. CenterHallwe'enand servedPartYrefresh- a~t the Starring Paul Newman - tal Investment Items. Priscilla and Foal, Little Silver Spoon, won the second highest Lira Milan honor in the pony division of the Charles Town Horse Sho~ whe~the judges named them as the Reserve Champions. She was~bred and raised at the Head Spring Pony Farm of Charles TowS, owned by Mr. and .Mrs. William S. Wysong of Charles Tow/l. Mrs. J. F. Hubbard. of Afton, Va., Mrs. ~Vysong's daugh~r, was :showing the ponies. {(Photo by Tint Sinn $~In the Pony division the winners listed in order of first ~hrough fourth place were as follows: CLASS NO. 1--10:00 A. M. (D. S. T.) Pony Mare and Foal, not exceeding 50 inches to be judged together.Shown to halter. Open Only to Jefferson County Breeders. Prizes---f50 $25 - $15 - $10 99--Pricilla and foal, silver dapple, mare, 6-yrs.-- Head Spring Pony Farm 98--Rainbow and foal, grey, mare. 4-yrs., Parsley ,Sundial, Star - L.D. Carper 95--Little Dipper and foal, brown, mare, 4-yrs., Tiny White Bird--Media Farm, Mrs, Charles F. O'Brine 100---Firecracker and foal, white, mare, 2-yrs.-J. Earl McDonald CLASS NO. 2--10:30 A. M. (D. S. T.) Pony Mare and Foal, not exceeding 50 inches. Open. To he judged toigether. Shown to halter. Prizes~--$50 - $25 - $15 - $I0 84--Farnley Jewel and Foal. chestnut roan. mare, 5-yrs., Farnley SiritL% Josephine--Parsley Farm 99---Priscilla and foal, silver dapple, mare, 6-yrs.-- Head Spring Pony Farm 90--Cracker Jack and foal, grey. mare, 6-yrs.-- J. Warren Streaker fl5---Blue Byrd and foal, black, mare, 7-yrs., Famley Sunshine, Farnley Stella~Briar Hill Farm, Jane G. Kramer CLASS NO. 3--10:45 A. 1~. (D. S. T.) Yearling Ponies, 42 inches and under. Prizes--f50 $25 - $15 $10 79--~Snowflake, brown and white, filly, Chunky, Cracker Jack--J. Warren Streaker 71--Far~ley Pat~y, bay, mare, Tiny, Farnley Hasty Pudding--Parnlev Farm 68-=Silver Mane's Colleen Codv, bay. filly, Silver Mane's Mercury, Silver Marie's Lady Codv-- Mrs. James M. Rowley 72--Shenandoah Chaffinch. bay, filly, Coedo~ven Churchill, Cui Affable--Farnley Farm CLASS NO. 4--11:00 A. M. (D. S. T.) Yearling Ponies. over 42 inches. Prizes--S50 - $2.5 - $15 $10 61--Farnlev Venture, b~v, gelding, Farnley Gremlin, Gold Gamble--Farniey Farm 101--Kelpie, filly, 1-yr., Farnley Gremlin, Pill~eort-- Sarah Dicksop 5~--Blossom, chestnut, filly, Buttons, Taffy--Ogden Miller 67--.Farnl~y Joy, grey. filly, Farnley Sirius. Josenhine-- David C. Myers CLASS NO. 5---11:15 A. M. (D. S. T.) Ponies on lead rein. To be ridden l,v children no~ ex- ceeding 4 veers of age. Judged on s,itabtlitv as a beginners mount. Manners and kindnes~ 90r7. Conformation 10';f. po,-te~ ~ho,ld be able to stand readily without being con- trolled by ]~dr. Prizes---.~50 - $25 $15 $10 37--In~i,~+v f',~dv's ~onita. dark browp, filly. 2-yrs., Dainty Cody's King, Topnotch Lanigo's Bonnl~-Bell?~-- 50---:D~ov Pnv. b~y. ~e~dtng, aged--Miss Bobble Gardner and .~t.to," B',t-h C*~rdner ?g---m.~vv,'rnekPft~ ebeeto,,+. ~e}din~ ~uod--Hugh :Norton 51-- Entry--Ja~e~ Daingorfield Van W~nkle CI,ARS NO. 6--11:30 A. M. (D. S. T.) Pon|p~ under saddle. For Ponies not ~xe~eding 46 inches. 'I,, warn. tr-t ,nd e~mter. A~an-a,~ Kivd,'~,es and su|Ja- b:~Hy ~;. Cqnformation 259;. Children ridln" in the lead rein classe~ ~,~..~ ,nd 7 ,,,~t eligib'o for this ~lass. pr;z~--$50 .~o~ . $15 - $10 44__.p,.~,,,- ]V[u,~,i- gro,c ge~din. 3-,,rs.. ge,,,rr, Ft--,r~eV,r, e~o~or- Chick--Pitney Farm. Mr~ W. H. B. Ho~vnrd 49---*~.n~, To~,~n Glo-ming. grov, I~'o]di-a 4-~".. Cr~,.-'rl r~vl{~t w~vre l~.n~,re--Mr. ~,~ ~*-. W. P. Hill ~a---T~.VV C-ackeft. che,f~,,t, ag,,d--4-r,,ah ~To-~an 50---D~W~V ~nv. b~' ~,,qd'~'~. a~ed--Mlss Bo~)bie Gardner and ]~,17a~f~r ]R,,tch Gardner CLAS~ NO. 7---11r45 A. M. (D, S. T. PoniPs n- le~d .rein. ftw chtldren o,,e~ ~ wears of .~ and not preceding 8 y~ars of age to l,a ;,,d~,~d on ~,,~tab-ltv a~ a h,,e:in,,,o,',~ ma.*~t. M~nr,,*r~ apd Ktndne~ 90t,. Conf,~"- m~ti-- 10,/;. Po-;-,: ~hould be able to stand readily with- out being on,~troll~,l by le~d~,r. Prizag---$50 $25 $15 ~10 ?~---n~w~ Cr~et'-tt. chestm~t, ~eldin'~ ~,r-d--~,wh Nnr~,-n 20--W~st'ood ~-~wav. ~,r~v mare. Fal~nley Sundial Gyrin l~m~ne--Westwood Stud 2'~--~,~g~l. h~.Pt- mar~. g-vr~.--~fanley L. Kelley, Jr. 92---Sister XXrUdfir~--D~.vid ~. l~'ver~ CL$,~S W~ 8--12:10 P. M. (D. S. T.~ Pr,.ies IYndPr Saddle. Fo~ POnies ~0 thebes a-d not e-t- P~dine 56 inches. '0 he r~dden by bow or ~-Is ~ot 0~,~ lC,-vea~ of a,,~ W~k. Trot and t'~nter.Manners and Way of go|n~ "/5~r" Conform.tiod 25c~. Prize~--g50 $25 - $15 glO 19--.Mrm-benm. bg,,, m.r~. sued E:|~U of the Mountain, ~!lv ~-'~---Ml~ Bol~bie G~rdner 2'~--.~anr~ Prittle. ~rev m~re 4-vrs.---r~dd Gould Brittle 9--Day Break, grey, gelding, 7-yrs.. An~v-- K~ven ,~ue Burrows 10---p-~m.**~ .C,~rot~o, h~v. mare, 9-yrs., Prince Gem, May Morning--Linda Wood CLASS NO. 9--12:25 P. M. (D. S. T.) Roadster Pony--Shown in harness, not eeeeding 46 inches, to be driven by child 16-years and under. Prizes--f50- $25 - $15 - $10 6--Crafield Starlight, white, gelding, 4-yrs.--Willy Clark 108--Grey Boy--LeRoy H. Winebrenner 4--Four Winds Minute Man, chestnut, stallion, 5-yrs., M~n .of the Hour, Bunny Boo--W. R. Barthong, Jamie Bowers, Agent. 36mDavy Crockett. chestnut, gelding, aped--Hugh Norton In the Registered Quarter Horse and Tboroughbred division the winners listed in order of first through fourth place were as follows: CLASS NO. 11--10:00 A. M. (D. S. T.) Mare and foal to be judged together. Shown to halter. Prize~,~--$50 $25 - $15 - $10 150--Jam Smith and foal, mare, 9-yrs., Triangle Boy, Big Miss Y--Miss E. S. Bromley 147--Liseta and foal, black, mare, 3-yrs., George Bailey, Moss Slipalong--Truman E. Lawrence, Poca Dot Parm. 149--Miss Paula and foal, black, mare, 9-yrs., Star Money, Honey B. C.--Truman E. Lawrence, Poca Dot Parm 96--Bay Carrot and foal, bay. mare, 10-yrs., Brownings Billy. The Kid. Miss Carrot--M. Donne Helman. CLASS NO. 12---10:30 A. M. D. S. T.) Yearling and Two Year Olds. Suitable to become stock horse.~. Prizes--S50 - $25 - $15 $10 142--Jose Chunk, bay. stallion, 2-yrs., L. R. Jose, L. ~Z. Goldbrick--Tru~nan E. Lawrence, Poca Dot Farm 143--Big Sis, sorrell, mare, 2-yrs., George Bailey, Moss Slipalong--Truman E. Lawrence. Poca Dot Farm 144---Poca Con[rsvp, bay, mare, 2-yrs., Pvca Champ, Whiteman Ouarter Lary--TruTnan E. Lawrence, Poca Dot Parm 145--Tesco, sorrel, stallion, 2-yrs:, Bar Dodger, Bye Bye Balmy--Leonard Wright CLASS NO. 13---11:60 A. M. (D. S. T.) Thoroughbred Foal of 1959 Prizes---f50 $25 - $15 - $10 136--Entry, bay. filly. Sky Ship, Gentle Glow--Robert Young_ 139--Entry, Alguest, Carlton Miss--J. S. Pettibone 141--Entry, brown, colt, Master Fiddle, Tern--Jeanne Myers and Joseph Sauerwein 134--Entry, brown, colt, More Sun, Miss Scepter-- William Page CLASS NO. 14--11:15 A. M. (D. ~.T.) Thoroughbred Broodmares...To be judged as potential pro- ducers of horses of excellent conformation...Fo~ls m~y be at side but will not be considered...Certificate from owner or agent of Stallion ~h~t mares which l~ve never prodoeed have been properly bred during the season of 1959 must accompany entry. Prizes---S50 $25 $15 . $10 139--Carlton Miss, bay, mare, 9-yrs.,The Rhymer, *Piedrola-- John S. Pettlborm 99--Roypress, chestnut, mare, 4-yrs., Royal Visitor, Balu Empress--Meadowville Farm 97---Dusty Venus, bay, mare, 8-yrs.. Prince Chevalier, Kashmir Sapphire---Robert Young 138--*Crinon, bal, mare, l~l-yrs., Pink Flower. Sunny Path-- Miss E. S. ~romley CLASS NO. 15=--11:30 A. M. (D, S.T.) Thoroughbred Yearling Filly Prizes---S200 , $75 - $25 - $10 129--Entry, brown, filly. Degage, Keet--Meander Farm 127 Entry, chestnut, filly, *Finest Hour II. War Garb-- Mrs. A. C. Randolph 128--1mperlal Pic, chest)nut, filly, Pictor, Synthia's Imp--- I. S. Compton 130--Entry, grey, filly, Panacean, Fiddledora-- Meadowville Fa.wn CLASS NO. 16--11:45 A. M. (D. S.T. Thoroughbred Yearling Colt or Gelding. Prizes---f200 - $75 $25 - $10 124--Entry, chestnut, colt, First Fiddle, Gilded Belie-- John S. Pettibone ll9--Fair Tempo. brown, gelding, Hasteville, Imp Golf Widow--D~ James Jackson ll7--Shy Boy, brown, colt, *Perilous 2nd, Gay Liberty-- I. S. Compton 123---Carlquest, brown, colt, Alques'~, Carlt(m Miss-- John S Pettibone CLASS NO. 17--12:00 NOON (D. S. T.) Thoroughbred 2-Year Olds Prize~t.--$200 "- $75 - $25 $10 ll0--Flying Kieu, grey, gelding, Kieu's Umber, Boulay-- Meadowvi!le Farm 102---John Stim, bay, colt, 2-yrs., John's Joy, Stimulus Fay--- Murca.in - Byars 103--Westside Boy, grey, colt, 2-yrs., *Somali rl, She's A Bird--Arthur Krause me,~ts t() all of the new inductees to the Armed Forces from Jeffer- son County, served lunches for 3 bloodmobile vi:sLts and served 2 Fund Campan.gn lunches. A total of 350 volunteers gave 3,671 hours of service. The Office of volunlteers incurred expenses in Vhe. amoun of $76.00. Junior Red Cross-The Junior Red Cross provides oppo~tuni,ties for youCh to pa2Ucipate i,n many cil~a~pter sere, ice programs a,s v~lun leers and a series of service ac~ivit its ,@me are parried in the s~hools. S0hool dhildren were responsible for making 1,400 tray favors for distribution at the V. A. Hospital C'Vn.arles Town General Hospital and Moore's Rest ~ome. Christ- ~,as Trees were suppl~ied and de- vora~ted at t)he V. A. Hospital and C-~,aHes Town General Hospital. Expenditures were $153,00. Effeotive Red Cross Service- Many people and t~s working to go[her to provide services tha are ~he resources Of any one alone.to give. The organiz- ations con~nuous program'and its hundreds of volunteers make iL possible for t~he Chapter to be on hand. to help whenever a,~d wher- ever human need arises. ' Since Asbestos-Cement roofing shingles appeared o,n Che market a half cenCury ago there is no,re- cord of .a single Shingle wearing Out. ' Have you ever noticed how many People haven't learned to Walk? --ALSO--- "THE FIEND WITHOUT A FACE" ~tarring Marshall Thompson Sunday - Monday - Tues. August 23 - 24 - 25 "By the Author of "FROM ItERE TO ETERNITY" "SOME CAME RUNNING" in Color and Cinemascope Frank Sinatra - Dean Martin and Shirley MacLaine NOTE:--Admission For This Outstanding Picture: Adults 60c; Children Free Wed. - Thurs. -Friday August 26 - 27 - 28 Glenn Ford - Red Buttons in "IMITATION GENERAI?' --ALSO-- Robert Taylor Richard Widmark in "THE LAW AND JAKE WADE" SEE YOUR "FARM CREDIT MAN" JULIAN A. EVERLY Winchester,Va. Phone MO 2-5751 Home Office ) WILLIAM W. HAMMOND Shepherdstown 4441, or Martinsburg, W. Va. Phone AM 7-8011 CALL GENERAL CONTRACTOR FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON ANY RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION OR REMODELING Call Martinsburg Collect AM 3-9411 EASY TERMS SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS CHECK OUR BOOTHAT THE FAIR Sept. 3, 4, 5 KTSJ-]2 Save on New 1959 "STYLE MARK" K|LVINATOR "k" Automatic Defrosting -k 68 Lb. True Home Freezer SlG.00 DOWN Delivers SERVICE PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE Now 1959 Kelvinator "STYLE MARK" ONLY K74J.]2 New 1959 "Style Mark" KELVINATOR 2 CU, ft. 'k' AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING ~ 70 LB. FROZEN STORAGE ONLY $30~"95 105--Sissy Page, sorrel, mare, 2-yrs., PIaut, Laural Player-- William Page |000 DOWN DELIVERS CLASS NO. 18---12:15 P, M. (D. S. T.) * Success Class:---For Yearling Colts, Fill,los or Geldings. To be judged as the most likely to succeed non the Race Track. Pedigree will be made available to the Judges. Prizes--f200 $75 - $25 - $10 122--Entry, brown, colt, 1-yr., Degage, ViLal--Meanedr l~rm 124--Entry, vhestnut, colt, 1-yr., First Fiddle, Gilded Belle-- Joh~ S. Pettibone llT--4Shy Boy, brown, colt, 1-yr., *Perilous 2rid, Gay Ll~berLy-- I. S. Compton 127--Entry. chestnut, filly, I-yr., *Finest Hour II, W~tr Garb---Mrs. A. C, Randolph PHONE 17 , ~,, I III I I II .... ' I TOP TRADE-IN J ALLOWANCE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I I II I I I ii i