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DOES YOUR Clip its wings by opening a savings account with us. When you deposit cash in the bank, you'll find it easier to resist those impulses to spend heedlessly out of purse of pocket. BANK OF I] AR [S O VN Across From The Court House A Community Corner Stone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION By Miss Lillian Myers Mr. John Brown B &" O fore- man has returned to his home af- te*r a stay oF a few days in Kings Daughters Hospital, Martinsburg t where he was under observa,bic~n ~d trea.tmer~t~ His friends are st,aft to kti6w he is improved. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Polham- us, Berryvllle, Vs. Colonel and NIrs Douglas Polhamus and fam- ily of Washington, Mr. 'and Mrs. Barlyle Link and daughters and Mrs. J. Clive ,Myers and daughters spent Sunday with Mrs. Charles Tapscott. Mr, and Mrs. Sidney Burwell : :: i: : ::~:' : :ili ~::: :::: : :~:::::::::: T t] "! Only a reach away-t h dy wall phone for your k,tchenl Your pie is in the oven-almost done. The phone rings. What do you do? Reach over and answer it-if you have a handy kitchen wall phone! tier( is the greatest time-and-step-saver since frozen foods : a convenient, colorful phone for the room where you spend most of your time-the kitchen. You reach instead of run to answer it. And this wall phone has the added feature of a receiver set at the side, where it can't be bumped or knocked off. Why don't you 'lighten your work and brighten your kitchen with a modern wall phone in your choice of 10 colors? It costs only pennies a dayl Pick the spot in your kitchen where you'd like your phone installed. Then call our Business Office today. Your kitchen will be "telephone mod- ern in no time at all. America's Second Largest Telephone System By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye and Mrs. Mary Henry were callers last Tuesday evening with their sister Mrs. Abner He,nry and sons in Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fritts of C[mrles Town were Saturday even ing' callers with their sons Melvin and Nelson at the Fritts store. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins of Kabletown were Friday evening callers with their so,n-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Obie John son and daughters: Mr. Ross Stagner Jr.. was called back on Monday morning to the Blair where he had been laid off for one week because of the steel strike. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and children of Middleway were din- ner guests on Sunday with the lat ters pare,nts Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. Sylvester Frye of Bethesda Md. spent the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye Miss Mabel Aits of Weverton Md. spent Wednesday morning with Mrs. Julia Viands. Our deepest sympat'hy goes ou,t to the wife parents and sisters and brothers of the late George Frills Jr. George lived for a couple of years across from this writer and family. 'Mr. Roland W'hipp of Millville was a caller on Saturday with his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Also glad to see Mr. James Kirby also of Millville out after being hospitalized for some time. Mr. Forrest Chamblin o.f Mid- dleway was a supper guest last Tuesday his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Bert V~ands, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Shirley and fam- ily of Middleway, Mr. Kenneth Fritts of Leetown and Mr. Ken- neth Wag(Icy of near I,nwood were supper guests on Sunday ~vening with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shade at their beautiful club house near Inwood. Mr. and Mrs. Al'bert Viands Jr. and daughters Mary and Nancy of the Bloomery were Sunday after- noon callers wit,h their so:~-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ron- ald Wiles and daughter Cheryl in Loudan Heights, Vs. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands have moved into their house trailer near the Bloomery. Mrs. Wade Penwell and daughter Juanita of Charles Town were callers with the former daughter Mrs. Villy Viands. Mrs. HuH Thomsc,n of Murrell Hill, Mrs. Gladys Porker ,of N. J. Mr. Hall Thomson Jr. and friend of Washington, D.C. were Sun- day visitors with Mr. and Mrs. AI bert Viands Jr. and family near the Bloomery. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and daughter Donna of Bolivar were Sunday callers with 'Mr. and Mrs. William DHlow Jr. and dau- chter at the Bloomery. Mr..and Mrs. Pershing O,t~t and family of Ranson were Sunday and family and Mrs. George Seal]evening callers the formers of Palls Church, Va. s~per~t Sunday i and sister Mr. and with Mrs. Burwelis parents Mr. ],Mrs. Garland Henry and son. I Mrs. Evelyn Hardy and Mrs. andMrs. Oscar Seal. h~iss Nannie Fleming is visiting Hele~n Shirley of the General Tel( .her brother-in-law and sister Mr. phone Co. were dinner guests on and Mrs. Frank Powel,1 in Kear- Monday with the latters mother neysville. Mr. end Mrs. David Payne and daughter Deborah Kay spent the weekend with his parches Mr. and Mrs. Ralph laayne in Harrisonburg Va. Mrs. Harris Kisling of Charles Town spent last week with her son-in-law and daughter l~Tr. and Mrs. Grover Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mercer and son Vaugh,n of Middletown, Pa. spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Gra- ves. Mrs. Julia Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry were callers wit'h friends in Har- pers Ferry on Sunday afternoon. 'Mr. William Frye of Brunswick. Md. was a caller on Mc,nday af- ternoon wi*th his p~ren,ts Mr. and ~Vfrs. Robert Frye. William had the misfortune to hurt his fingers very bad. Halltown Youth Fined $100 For Tossing Trash On County HiQhway D~niel Franklin Morgan, 18, of Halltown, was fined $100 and costs on conviction of a charge of ~hrow ing trash upon t~e county's h4g~- ways a,t a hearing before Jus%ice of t,he Peace Roger E. Clipp las~ ~IV~lss Carol H,ammond of Charles Town spent the weekend with her grundparens Mr. aSd :Mrs. Ed Hammond and aunt,~,l~ss Camilla Wiltshire. Mr. and Mrs. I~wrence Fo,l~tz of Shenandoah, Vs. visited her bro- ther-in-law and sivd~er Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Seal last Sunday. HEW 1959 ii:~ ~i~ STUDENTS ENROLL AT SHEPHERD COLLEGE Shown above are new 1959 scholarship students at Shepherd College, who entered this year. They are, left lo right, front row:~: Evelyn Ruth Earp, Harpers Ferry; Virginia Posetta Hardy, Harpers Ferry (legislative Jefferson County); Shirley Corbitt Hendricks; Ruth Miller, Hedgesvillc; Betty Kearns, Charles Town; Celia Mullenax, Franklin (Pendleton County legislative) ; Second Sandra tlunter, Martinsburg; Joyce Hope Gum (legislative Jefferson County) Charles Town; Rosemary McDaniel, Martinsburg; R0nY Bolton, Brandywine (Pendletown County legislative); Kitty Bennett, Franklin, Gay Hewett, Berkeley Springs (Morgan County lative); Third Row:--Lula Belle Younker, Berkeley Springs; Janet Funkhouscr, Rock Oak; Ida Elizabeth Hodges, Shepherdstown;" Marl(n( Kisner, Charles Town; Elsie Turner, Antioch (Mineral County legislative); and Loretta Mayer, Mathias. (Photo By Ruppenthal--Courtesy Martinsburg JournaD By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spiller of Baltimore, Md. spent from Thurs- day evening until Monday with the latters mot!her Mrs. Ethel Buz zard and family. Mr. and Mrs. Aus~tin Everhart in Neersville, Vs. Mrs. Shirley Chapman and child ren of Mannings were visitors with her mother a,nd family Mrs. Fran ces Rodgers the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hawk, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grove and child ten of Chestnut Hill were Sunday guests with Mr. and Mrs. Junior Mrs. Elsie Cook is a patient in ~Grove and family. t'he Charles Town General Hospit- Mrs. Celia White and children al being taken there on Monday were Sunday callers with Mr. and after becoming suddenly ill. Mrs. Melvin Longerbeam and dau Mrs. Betty Buford and infant ghter in Chestnut Hill. daughter Tommy Rena returned Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair to their home on Tuesday from Charles Town General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart, Mrs. Maude Everhart, Mrs. /Lnnie Grove and Arlene Maphis, Darlene Everhart and Dale Grove were re cent visitors wi,th Mr. and LMrs. Er nest Dodson and family in Mid- all(way. ,Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son were Sunday guests with Mr. and son Keith of Harpers Ferry were Sunday guests wi,t'h the lat- ters paren,bs Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Everhart and ~amiiy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spiller and d,aughter Nancy, ~Mrs. Ethel Buz- zard, Mrs. Delma 'Staubs and son Lewis were shoppers in Martins- burg on Saturday. Pfc. Gerald Buford received his discharge from the Army on Oct. 1 i,n Fort Eustis, Va. and is spend- and Mrs. Da~d Bracke,tt and fam fly in M,illville. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers of Bru,nswick, Md. were Sunday guests with the formers paren,ts Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers and family. 'Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and children and Mrs. Maude Ever- hart were Sunday visitors wit,h with Atlantic Heating Oil-- triple-refined to give you (:leaner burning steadier heat fewer repaw bills ing sometime at his wifes home before going to his home in Ind- iana. Mr. and Mrs. DOnald Staubs and children of Bal~tlmore, Md. were Saturday evening visitors wi,th Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs and family. ,Mr. and Mrs. Howard Evm~hart Now with a new additive that helps keep sludge from forming. . For safe, steady, rehable--and economical--heat, use Atlantic heating oil Call us today for full details. Prompt deliveries. Around the clock service. PHONE 161-M DISTRIBUTOR CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. RUBBER ST&MPS:--Made any week. ~ Size you desire. Quick and EIfl- Morgan was arrested by Charles cient Service. Telephone 222 Town St,a, te Tro~per R. R. Truex CHARLES TOWN, ~PIRIT OF JEFFERSON - AD- and Tommy ~ard af~ter t~hey had WEST VIRGINIA VOCATE OI~"ICE, North Georg~ witnessed Morgan toss an emily Street. bot,tle from his automobile onto END OF MONTH Oct.~~2-tf.-----ne U.S. Route 340 near Hail'town. CLEAN - UP FORT DRIVE-IN On Route 340-2 Miles West of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. ODDS and ENDS---DISCONTINUED / OUT OF SEASON ITEMS: FRIDAY - SATURDAY OCTOBER 9 - 10 --- GIANT DOUBLE FEATURE --- ~ Pairs of Shoes Reduced to - - 75c to $3.00 2. 26-inch Suit Cases Reduced to - - $12.00 "The Year's Biggest and Greatest Western!" 2 Carry Aall Hat Bags Reduced to - - $5.00 "THE COUNTRY" I Square Train Case Reduced to .... $8.00 in Color--Starring 20 Mens Dress Shirts Reduced to - - - $2.00 GREGORY PECK - CHARLTON HESTON - 2 Mens Reversible Jackets Reduced to - $7.00 BURL IVES---ALSO ,3 Womens Printed Umbrellas Reduced to $3.00 ARTISTS AND MODELS 2 Womens Sweat Shirt,s Reduced to - -* $1.o0 in Color 15 Girls Dresses Reduced to .... $2.00 "Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin's Funniest Film" 19 Girls Dresses Reduced to .... $3.00 ' l0 Girls Dresses Reduced to .... $4.00 SUN. -MON.- TUES. - WED. - THURS. 1 Nylon Comforter, Soiled, Reduced to - $8.00 OC]OBER 11 - 12- 13 - 11 - 15 1 Soiled Acrilan Blanket Reduced to - - $6.00 .... 5 BIG DAYS --- 12 Heavy Sculperred Bedspreads Reduced to $6.00 "THE BIRTH OF " TWINS n Di: continued Rugs Reduced to 2.00-3.00-a.95 1 Table Reduced Drapery Remnants A L S O-- 4 Prs. lasked Daccron Curtains Reduced to $3.00 'WASTED LIVES is ers. Organdy Priscilla Curtains Reduced to $2.50 Strictly Adulis Only: ~ Prs. Printed Drapes Reduced to - $4.00 SPECIAL PRICE FOR THIS SHOW ONLY-- 75 CENTS PER PERSON SHOP PENNEYS FOR MONEY and Arlene Maphis were callers with their daughter a;~d family Mr. and Mrs. John W'hitehair in Bolivar last week. Materials now used for swim- ming pools, such as coated steel plus,tic and glass fiber, soon may be adapted to cis,terns ,where the oos and durability compare fav- orably with concrete. Sears Roebuck reports gains in sales. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE 8--B THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 195! Measure your windows... figure your yardage . that's all you'll pay for magnificent made-to-measure custom drapes! SAMPLE PRICES PER PAIR'. Lined Drapes Unlined Drapes Length Price Length Price 44" $11.50 44" $ 7.90 70" $19.95 70" $12.20 110" $23.65 110" $16.60 Price Includes Fabric and Labor IIurry in . . . take your pick from a terrific assortment--florals, mod- erns, provincials and any number of colors in plains. Penney's makes them up in pinch-pleat drapes to your measure. Be sure to measure our windows. Use this handy guide. SHOP PENNEY'S---you'll live bet. ter, you'll save::: :::: i iii::ilV!? :i !!!):ti :iii! B L AN K E T Ho[ lli t 721' bv Yoi 4inneh,eSfe e] ra o, nylon; nylon-bound. Stripes - and - solid camel, pink, blue or green. Ma- chine wash, medium set- ting. i!ii:rii ::ii! SAV'' PROVINC L iiii BR .IDID $CATT|R$ ~?~ Ch~s, ~ew b "g t - ors: brown, green, gold, charcoal, red. Penney's rich rayon and wool scatter rugs.., heavy quality. Reversible. Ikho: ~ ether important ~lzesl SVAING VALUES EVERY DAY!