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% 10 YEARS AGO -- 1949 The 4-H baby beef shown by Gretchen Heidrick, member of ~lue Ridge 4-H Club was declared he 'Grand Champion o,f the Sts~te 4-H Baby Beef Show. The show was 'held at Jackson's Mill. Miss Ollie Blessing of 303 E. North St. teacher and principal of the children ait Ranson Pri- mary School retired af, ter 36 years of service ,in t'he public schools of this state. !Miss Barbara Hunter, doughier of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hunter, ! graduated from ~he Garfield Mere orial ,Hospital, Washington, D. C. I one of ,the oldest and most ou~t-I standing hospitals in t/he district. ] Opening ghe season at KeyserI last Friday a~ternoon wiOh Coach 'Tack' Clark's Golden Tornado .of town and Wright Wysong of Char Keyser High, Charles Town ~i~h's Purple ,Pan~,hers went down by the cou,nt of 19 to 12 af,ter dis~playing a brillant first period scoring pun oh. Skipp Hill, son of former C. It. S. Coach George Hill may .get starting post in Yale baek~field. MARRIED:-~VIrs. Thelma R. Young of Washington, D. C. Tor- merly of Charles Town to Mr. Wil 'l,iam C. Buckbee of Rockville Cen 'ter, New York was solemnized in the cha, pel of Mount Vernon Me- t'hodist Church by Dr. Joh~ Rus- kin. 20 YEARS AGO -- 1939 The State Road Commission an nounced ~haJt Earl Bane of Lee- FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. 104 E. Washington St, Charles Town PHONE 780 PRESCRIPTION SERVICE hearing aid. Only eyeglass hearing aid with exclusive AVC (Auto- matic Volume Control) to soften sudden, loud noises. Fashion-thin temples for both men and women. Also latest "Tuck-A-Way" styles for those who don't wear glasses. COME IN. SEE AND HEAR FOR YOURSELF-- of Ha, ROY B. FURR, Manager 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 or Charles Town 825 24 hours without refilling! Secret is 4-Flue firebrick ]rainE m There's the secret of how WARM MORNIN Coal Heater owners enjoy such solid comfort, with less coal burned. The patented 4-flue firebrick lining--- only on WARM MORNING heaters--burns off gas that ord/nafily would be sent up the chimney in- stead of beinq turned into heat. It converts fresh coal into qlowinq, slow-burning coke. You burn less coal, you save money. Come in and see our complete line today! Many models to choose from, heat from one to six room . SEE THE "400"1 The Warm Morning Model eetc s "400" is a circulator heat- START er that ranks high in aT us popularity! les Town had been appointed As- sistant Superintendent of Road ~VIahntenance fo,r the county. C. E. HiHiard experienced me- chanic of the S~m,mit Point nei- ghborhood reopened a shop on Ohe Leetown road ,t.h,a~ had been clos- ed for fi,fiteen years. The shop was opera, ted for many years as a bla,cksmi%~h shop by t'he 'late James Li,ttteton. Dr. G. G. Snyder, minister of t~he Charles Town Presbyterian Church was elected as moderator of the Synod of Virginia. ~ DIED:/~t her home "Retreat" near CasUeman's Ferry, ~Virs. Jes- sica Kelly Riely, wife of Leeds Riety, at her home on E. V~as'hing ton St., Mrs. Georgette Starry Kel soy a li~felong resident of i~he coun ty, 'widow of George Kelsey; at his home near Mavtinsburg, Harry L. Byers husband ,of M4ss Clara Cook o Jefferson Coun,ty. Charles C. Stocks o,fBrunswick, Md. and Miss A,Rnabel!le Fry of Charles Town were married ,we the rectory of St. IMark's ~piscopal in Brunswick. 30 YEARS AGO --- 1929 Capt. H. C. Getzendanner was lamed as foreman of ,~he Grand Jury of the September Term 192,9 of ~he Jeff. Co. Circuit Court. Other members ,were Jesse A. En- gle, Allen I. GrandsVaff, inc. L. Burns, George Lyndh, !M. K. La~u- caster, Gem S. Mario,w, Alfred Marshall, Chas. ~M. M,ason, W. R. Louthan, Rlon Lucas, J. H. Price, Harry Swimley, J,(~hn H. ~Iarlew ,and Gerard M. R,issler. DIED:In Memoria,l I-Iospi~;al, Winchester, Va., John J. Wood- ward; ,a na~tive of t,his county; ~t h~s home in Canton, Ohio, John Edward Griffi~th ,native of Jeffer- son County and ~'te.pson ~f Mrs. Kate~ Griffith; In Stanley, ~VIrs. Octovia W. Smith for many years a resident of~'*t'h~s county and mo- ther of James A. Smith,i,~ Chief of Police; ~t her home near Summi$ Point, Mrs. J. B. Willia,ms.,~ Miss iMartha Phillips resigned from the faculty of C. H. ~. to teach in Mary Lyne School for girls in Swar~bmore___~, Pa. 40 YEARS AGO --- 1919 DIED:-A't his ,home i~a Shep- herdM, own. David Lemen; at his :home in Harpers Ferry, Eugene Shugapt Iormer mayor of that ~own. The estate of the l~te ~Iiss J~l- ia L. Terry of the county was ap- praised at $103,000. MARRIED: In Zion,~aurch, Charles~',1~iss Laurine Ar- met Murphy of Charles T(~wn to Col. Robert H. Fletcher, Jr. U. S. A. by ,~he l~ev. John S. Alfriend. 50 YEARS AGO --- 1909 Capt. IMiltOn Rouss bought Shanno~ Park, a county estate of 160 acres on the Shenandoah Riv er from his niece Mrs. David Lee for $20,000. DIED: At his home near Sum~ mit Point, C(~l. J~hn J. Riely; in Roanoke, Va. Henry Schultz, a native of Germany who formerly resided on Moun Hammond Sarm t~his coun.ty. 60 YEARS AGO -- 1899 Robert C. Grov~ and iMiss Ellen Billmyer, both of" Shepherdeto~vn were m'arried in Boonsboro, Md. Fat c~ttle sold in Chicago for $6.85 per hundred wei~Th,t, t~he h~g,h est price in some years. 70 YEARS AGO -- 1889 J. Garland Hurst, J. Wm. Rider Wm. A. Luke, J. ~I. Elgin and J. Randolph Strider were chosen %rus ,tees of ~he Ha~pers Ferry Presby- ~terian Church. Two hundred vetera~us of ,~he 59~h and 81st Pennsylvania regi- ments in the War ~between the states d4ned a,t Hotel Conner, Har ~pers ~erry. MARRIED:In She~herdst~wn ,by the Rev. L, R. M~son, Daniel Ph~Ak and Mrs. Jennie Hilto~n, both of Shepherdstown vicinity; in ~a- noke, Va., Daniel Potter ~ay of Bluefield, W. Va. and Miss Emma L. Avis, dau~h, ber o,f Martin A~s formerly of Charles Town. DIED:Near Unionville this coun ty, Louis Ronemus. SHOULD BE AIRED Foam rubber articles should be aired ~requently in a breeze out of direct sunlight. This will ~help keep he rubber oderless. * Certainly, we'U compound your Doctor's prescriptions promptly- and precisely as directed. In addition, we'll , and EASY TERMSI PAY LATERI MA IAG SALES AND SER' ICE PHONE 370 CHA' I L_ SF' TOWN, W. VA. (Make Out" Store Your Stove Headquarters For the Coming Fall and Winter Seasons2. accord you courtesy* and consideration, . prompted by a sincere , desire to serve you well. Wc hope you'll * drop in often-- make this your Family * Drug Store. * ~r NICHOLS STUCK PHARMACISTS Phone 173 Charles Town, W. Va. y How The proprietors of Wagner Chev rolet, Inc. on West Washing~ton Street in Charles Town, 'lo~al dis- tribubovs for Old~no,b{,le automo- biles, invites everyone i,u ,to t~heir :Sh~w room and headquarters this week o see ~the new 19,60 O]dsmo- ,bite. "The 1960 Old~smobiles are as ,new as hew car be! Every beau- ti4ul line and every outstanding new feature is included ~t9 bring you .t~he finest the me d~ium-price el.ass has to offer!" "Old,mobile's new and r:~diant styling is designed to satisfy your sense of good ~ta,ste. New Quadra- Bal,anced Ride with Vibra-Tuned Body tMoun,tings is ,certain to be .t~he ,most comfortable and satisfy ~ing ride you've ever tr~ed. I brings new smoothness, new stabality, new safety and new silence!" "There's .a new balan,ce of ,power- with two Rocket ~Engines! Three established series to c~oose from! 17 new models--in~,lu~ng two new 3 -seat Fies,tas !" Wagner ,Chevrole~ prog~'ietors say, "come ,in a~n,d see ,t~he Miehty su~biMying 1960 Ol,dsmob4~e", to- day ~wt ,i~heir show room on 'West WaShin~to~u Street. By Miss Lillian Myers Ron,nie Henderson, Porky 1Vfay, J:Oh~ and Dave Lucas and Walter Knott attended t)he footb,aH game between W. Va. and Md. Un{ver- s,Xy a~ C~>Hege Park, Md. lagt Sat- urday. !Mrs. Robert Eilevtson, Miss Ev- elyn Huddle, Mrs. Win,fred Sam- mons and children of V~ashing~en spen$ Sunday wi'Vh Mr. and iVIrs. Jesse Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ballard and ~hi~ldre,u of Charles Town s,pen~t Sunday w~i,th her parents Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Seal. The many friends of Mrs. Lew- is Sager are glad to see she is able to be out a~ter ha~ing been i}l for same weeks. Mrs. C:l,ine Bran,tner and neice ,Miss Mary Cat~herine Whittington of Washington were rece,nt guests of the labters mot)her Mrs. Morris W~hi,ttin,g, bon. 'Mr. Harry Henderson a~tended i~he Northern Virginia Socker s/nd Feeder C~tt'le Sale at W~nches,ter Friday ni~i~t. This is an annual ever~t sponsored by t, he De,p~. of Agr$oul~ture of Va. CaCtle ,are gra- ded a~d weighed and aAZr~ot buy ers from ~ l'~rge nuraber of s'tates 2200 cwt~tle were for sate largely purebred. James Vasser and Nelson Sou- thard visi,ted Mr. Sandy Berry at Hopemon, t, W. Va. last Sunday. Mrs. J. C. Myers and dau,g,hters Joy Sager and ~iss IA*tli~an Myers rece,n~i2y ~is{%ed the fo~me~s a~lr~t ~/h~. t~lmer Kimmel in W4n(>hes- ,er, Va. ,Mr. and Mrs. Luoas Bell of Ba~l ~i,more have been v~sit~ng their ~ousins Mr, and Mrs. Ed Ham- mond and Miss Cam,fll,a Wiltshire. Mrs. Oscar Sea~ is con, fane'd to her home ~i,th a virus in.reckon. ,Mr. and Mrs. Dannie Miller and c~hi:ldren of S'hepherdstown spent ,the weekend wi,l~h her mother Mrs. Leola Wel~er. Miss Sandra Hehle Will Head Madison 4.H Club A meeting o~ the Dolly Madison 4-H ClUb was held at 7:00 P. M. on September 22 at t~he Charles Town Presbyterian Church. The annua,l election of officers was held a~d the results are as follows President, Sandra Heh,le; Vice ~presiden, t, Janet Payne; Secretary Ba~ba.~a Tilie~; Trea,suver, Jamce Payne; Reporter, Carolyn Urqn- ~hart; (~ame Leaders, C~rista Clipp and Mildred D~iley; Song leaders, Judy Cli,pp and Ronnie Widmyer. After the business session and de- votions were over, the mee4ing was adjour,ued and refreshments were served. Reporter, Carolyn Urqu- hart. NO HUNTING, NO TRESPASS- ING SIGNS For Sale at the office of the Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate on North George Street, Charles Town. Ruy your needs today. 0nly the Steinway lasts like a STEINWAY Baby Grand Easy Terms Why not start your child on a Steinway today? The Baby Grand or a Ver- tical will be an inspira- tion throughout life, an investment in living. Hear the Steinway at MOLLER MUSIC STORE 41 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Open Evenings By Appointment. PHONE RE 9-4100 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1959 Ill Ho~s' 9"45~d Tuesday and Thursday III OPEns By A~pointments. __ Phone 785 112 S. Charles St. Chaxles Town, W, Va. I NEW PEC A ____,____ APPLIAHCE COMPANY Phone 202 Charles Town, We Va. !!::./. THERE'S NOTHIN{~ LIKE A NEW CAR...MAKzr YOURS A RO~KI~T II~GINE OI.DSI SUPER tl8 HOLIDAY SPORTSEDAN--Super action ... super satisfaction! Every value-packed Super 88 model ts powered with the PREMIUM ROCKET Engine that delivers maximum performance from premium fuels. There's abundant reserve power for pgulng thr~uihout tho entire driving range, YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED QUALITY DEALER The 1960 Oldsmobilcs arc here-as new as new can be! Every bcautihd line and every outstanding new feature is included to bring you the finest the medium-price class has to offer! ~ Oldsmobile's new and radiant styling is designed to satisfy your sense of good taste. :New Quadri- Balanced Ride with Vibra-Tuned Body Mountings is certain to be the most comfortablc and satisfy- ing ride youN e ever tried. It brin~s new smootl~ ness. new stability, new safety.., and new silence? There's a new balance of power - with two Rocket Engines! Three established series to choose from! 17 new models.,, including two new 3-seat Fiestas! Come in and see the Mighty Satisjyi,g 1960 Olds- mobilcs ... quality built, quality sold and quality, serviced for yore" lasting satisf~ctionl 1960 'OLDSMOBILE DYNAMIC 88 HOLIDAY SCENICOUPE--You {let more miles per dollarl Every dollar-saving Dynamic 88 has as standard eetuipm,nt the n,w REGULAR ROCKET Engine--for Rock,t"'Go': on lower-cost, regular gos--.mves you about dollar on every t]lil 1960 NINETY-EIGHT HOUDAY SI~ORTSEDAN--Luxufiously aplpoi,led ;, , i elegantly styled. In the new Ninity-E~ght Oldsmobile, you will find supreme ~,atisfaction in every respect --power, prestig,, pleasura. New Custom-L~ungo interlort--New PREMIUM ROCKET Engin,l --------See the Dennis O'Keefc Show - Every Week on CBS-TV . ,. llcar Lowcli'Thomas and the News - Monday Thru Friday on C15S Radio------- e