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I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rA MrRs ADVOCATE Route 9. o 4 mt,,~.o,~ A~r ~,,,~n.~.. *" ""'C, Involved were cars bei,ng driven o---~ l[ttJit,-~mxz,l, u~]uz,r, tt t.),1~.~.~ by Vesta Watters Jones of South ........... Samuel street. Charles Town and " +'- " " '" ,an embankment and in,to some Sammy Abraham Johnston, also Mate F011ce Itrees. Hewas charged wi'th failure of Charles Town. ' Prom Pmpe o.. l to keep +his car under control. . The Wa,tters .car which was + + st.rueK oy ~ne oonnston car crash 1 .... I Sunday afternoon Trooper Ba~- , . . . . . , ., 1 +Trooper Wade said the car was [low +said he also investigated a e~.m.to, a Lr+ee. 1 ~amaged to the extent of about I mmor accident on U. S. Route 15,maet, l~y. bit} . . 1 ~1 ~,nn 1 340 which did about .~30 in dam- lwo acements were aso roves- ~+C~ax'les Town State Trooper W. [ages. + +t!ga.ted by State Trooper Tommy 1 Barlow report+ that a 1949[ Trooper Barlow sa,id a 1951 Ply]W first occurred Thursday 1 ~odge being driven South on Imouth belonging to Stonewall I .............. + .: I State Route 9 by George Lewis AI- I Jackson Webster. 44. Salem. Va. 12~g~ yc+~,oayoou~. ,,~'L~, mmtjes I l+n, 19,, Kearneysville about 2:ao lwhich was bet,rag towed by a truck 1 ~nday morning, crashed in+o the [broke loose from the {tuck and I vr'o'~et+bei~++dri~..en S~o..,tl~+on Rt 1 guard rails at .the Bloomery brid[drifted backwards over a hill andl., _ .~ . v . .,_ _. I .... th c i am unted ' . . " . .. _ ,1o wens ou5 oi congrot ano crasn- I 1 ge. Lsaanage toe a o Idown art emoanKmen~, r~o cnarges j~,+' +..+.. o , +~,.. ....,~ m~..+.+,,~. I 1 to about $150. Iwere preferred in the accident ,++ .... ~y.~ ~+~p~.,z ~ ..... ,,2 ,~ .... . , v ti' a .Joseph g'ranKlln ~amey zt~ r~an- , *,,,n told Trooper Barlow lie I Trooper Barlow also in es g -Ison told Troo,~r Ward i't had " " 1 hit his brakes to slow down andlted a two-car accident which oC-ls+~;:+oa +,, .~4,, ~j,~n ~ + .... a ^,, i ~ ~1~ ' 1 When he found he didn't have any Icurred about 10:30 Monday morn- I~." \~,i~'.,~vh~.2,',~` ~.'++.~'=q~:."~'~.,~'j I I ........ 15 near ..................... " ............. ' 1 ran into the guard rails tnen over ~mg on seconoary ~ou~e . ]mud (~n the windshield and the wi I I 1 ..... I~lper smeared it so he could not .+, I I 1 llsee where he was going. Trooper ~P" I I I h RMII: RIICIMI:CCflPPflRTIItlITY llward said no charges were prefer I I I M ,m.,.- - Ilred in the accident. Damage to the I I I It" il l" kl Ilcar amounted to about $450. I I I I r I I l~ ll I I l~l r l~l II The other accident occurred at 1 / ~ II II + Ill k I~l llmidn.:ght Saturday in Ranson. ~ I ' l I Excellent opportunity to own your own profitableII nvolved were cars being driven ~ ,-- + ~.. 1 1 apparel store in the East retailing internationally l[by Je :sy Lee Chapma.n, 67GRip- : :i - . laun anu l.el~lae vlrgl,nla nonman 1 famous popular pr,ced merchandme. Women ac- 1162 minvine ' 1 cepted as store owners will be trained and supplied il Troo er Ward said +he car a : l I with merehandi+.+e, sales and advertising aids and ll ++-g + ven b+ mrs. Hoffman pull l il l{l+ l su-ervision led out onto State Route 9 from . , , '1 )~ :1~ P " " . Second Avenue and struck thei :~" ] ~1 Merchandise supplied on eons, gnment L,m,ted ,,. ......... ...... oo I __ .. _ .... ...................... . , I I vestment required for fixtures, llcharged with failure to yiieldot.hel "~ | I I I 1 Localions availalfle in Penna., Md., Del., Virginia, llright-of-way. Damage +to .the two] ; " ; .... " I cats amounted to about $150 +* IP 1 t w Va Several shopping center locations available l/ ' " I St ' --" I., + .. , , , --- .- . ,-. l i m n." " ' Locatmns" ' available" now m" Washington," I/, r, ,- IIII ," I / W i"4 i/i" " FOOD -- ----- u I t Baltimore, and Charles Town area. I| r !1 131 t E IIii ' -- " ' "---- ' " o . | lll V lll ~ I I Writeglwng name, address and backgrom d tol/ . lift It 1 (. R. TRACY - 329 W. LEXINGTON l/ uY vtrs. Lena Ambrose lift ...... o Ii ! Maryland J/ m+ and Mr V+tts and twollll le + Is Pie, ty of FR:+ ,I l leldl, ,)f ( rk:; to Wait on YouAll of II 1 .,- ..... [daugh:ters of Harpers Ferry vis~- III -- ted Mr. and Mrs. Dave Gageby ~ m ,~ ~ ~ I llll $ S/and family Sunday afternoonf =. .llll e 0,,v 0ce, es a., Y ,r fi,r FITEI 01 Charge. NOW AT YOUR l/ Mrs. Eli~abe+t:h Gaget)y o J~eeu Ill II 1 ..... ' lison spent Wednesday witch herill !il s llm+ er Mrs Ambrse Ill 0 U I H !: R H $ T hi E $ + '+ PHONE 159 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. II + h h I~ P I~ 1 qP I II P l/Monday w':th Mr. an . Ill I I I II II , I III I I I , !1 I1 II I P 14[ il. 1 1 V r I/Weltyand sons and Mrs. Rut,h Ill I1 + + + / l~ i m ~ / + ; l~ |Clegg. [Ill rl II I II +Miss Beverly Bragg of Wash-III "11 ir'lr='m| d l/ In Ranson W. Va. l|ing~n spent me weekend with her Ill ll I1 ~~ J 1 ~1 P"~] d l/ l/and saster Kay on Sunday after- Ill I 1 I 1 ~ t.. i/ I _ _ l/noon. She sited her un le and III / / I I [] 1 I l / ALL UNICO ur N I C 0 aun t Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ambrose. l! I ALL UNICO I U N I C O I/ :Mrs. Mary Po~,t,s is asurffieal pa Ill .t. ll .I. l , . li 1 Redi-Gri. Mud ! Permanent lltien,t in The Winchester Memorial Ill ' -LB i[ I Ke~.lua I . Yr.ma+."e~5..-. l|.o+ tal We think she w~ll soon HI ' I ll ! and Snow Tires I ANTI-FREEZE I/beM lemt%:? ed %m:is++ed Mrs !111. l I 1 ...... ...... l',l~ay Breeden in Ranson Friday. I Ill o .9 al, ~rs Mary Melvin is a medical I 1 5% OFF I $1"95 Gal. llpat~ie+tinTheChar]esTo~nHos ill ll I ~ I I~I~''A'''' i ' I IS u, ,'el ii i llPibal'Sheis imprOving very well' +lll l 'li iil . ..--.- ......... .. Ik t + Ma,s. Mel+in is well advanced in [ I I Ori.Pak -V01t eaflerv II,o~+ We hope she wil~ be so~m+,ll I' [U d I I P'H IV %, H II I II I I 14 - 7 $.1 -- -- +' able to return h~me. I -., KYC of The Methodist Church' I I t~heir mon,~hly meeIAng Mon fill lib 311 IUll~ ~ilUUI II .i, / l ~ mlday n+i+bt at t'he home of W, ayneIii "-- in [andC,harlesWel,tywithana,ttend !~l]]S ib 3S~ I 1 ~ .... llance of ~welve. After Vhe meeting III , n ~' 1 1 1 Fits most makes except Mrs WelLy and Mrs Clegg served ' ' " "~o s" re reshmen,t.. [ ~ord Mercury No S-2 f' s Mercursre 1535" ' ll+++o~+++a~o++++lill,lrn ~F, ~.~ IJP A 1JI 6 volt Drt Pak for ~ rd / a6 55+' " ' llof Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ambrose. Ill I I/ 11 W I IP d ,Jl I & I J / ...... lMr. DeMBo.s~i%? sig~:al mainl;aJner, Ill 1 ++" +-'+" IIfr +eR Im .IIl I +--Gr$1in 'col I '+ + 'el PunlP lAlummum++ " +. 695 ,.,. "9.30 we,g '' ,s Pony . .l ' non ........ Pumps ,y108"95 ~o+ m up . ,+S deep t(J *- .~+~ 30 ~.... we, ~" "+++ ..... Is III I ,,Unitd ~Church ,111, Ill .. ~+..lII l,~t. l, i~;ed II.om+n .-. The .... Thomas Lut+heran +. Oenera+Jng willt0 *'e gva.ugehcal Church Meet held Monda" Women Hond+y t' of Lutheran +he Oct Un of [III ++ , III m l I(, r ril mliisr il~ll+.L m SOUl ~r~ ~..... i ... , l, ,1+ SA! SAGE Ib + I~I .life + .... "h+m+ In II+, --+~ - ,c. 1 1 , lbs. Non-simrklng-- 1 ff%.,h. ,~ l[ 19 +t 8:00 p. m. a+ ~he church. ,n illl n, 1 m 1 ~ "I I I I no ex.mm+ns. 1 ~/tu- ..........."+" " laddi.tion to the business meeting a,lll | ,---- i. l+, 1 __ __ __ .IL m -- ~I II " | I , ~I 1 1 No. DA12G. 1 t +. llprogramont'hearmngemen+ofal'lll I . Irn if I innn'rlnrr l/ i 1 II Ill [Iq I Illl + ll++ar flowers and the care cff the!Ill I I llJ k'l I lll%tl~K'llllll ll I /I v It++ +++ preesn,ted. A]]+ullLl nno ),, u luuounnnl~ ~J ,, t~heran women are inv.{ted to at- " o SOUTHERN STATES COOPERATI E 'tend" .' I i J c PHONE RANSON, W V A , 1 1 : : ItCOMMISSIONER S NOTICE m / .~. u it ,m ll .....~-.7''~ j, ...... , ~ certify that i have before me III-- ! nln.u rune .. !I!I,[N:'--- ,lt'c lj |for sett+lementthe accun'tsf the Ill I i F~,IPP~ Pll+ ll', ll llllllll 1Nllll I I I . ,,o.o+Ing f, du aries: m.. ,,r, ,m m[ .m mm mnl It" m. m m. m. -LD. BOX I+ + | L u4se C. Brlscoe, Executrix of Ill ' m . - lllll.llli lllllll 1 I ~I taanme J. Kephart, deceased, i ---n..o..+ ID=rell : nce x+cutr f,l UMllllll IIIUIJ ,n , t ' /tl II~N YU 1 ~llL ~ r[H~arry L. Mole.r, decca:sea.. -- , l~l I1 lVV 1 1 ll 1 I ~ll 1 IiI / First Amerman ~aVion,a ~anK m :'; ........... ~ |of Nashville Tenn., executor ofIII l'' ++" ...,~ 1 lll~ll ll~ll~l l~II l~Vl l~ll il~ IHarrv W. Boyd, Jr. deeeases~. 'Ill l + III l $-LA! 1 I + li~ 1 ll+ll~ "IL" II ILIlL | Rger E Rissler' Execu+tr f III IiNEY $~IVlNG /I 2 Im i~ I I II ~i II/I i |Revu" Grant Rtssler, deceased. ~l / 1:+ 1 Prankl,in J. WeHer, Executor of III I , A 1 Im41 IImA R qPl Bessie Gore Weller, deeeased. + Bessie I Moler Executrix of W. li: .~ Hanm~ PaIMl iGlen+oler,de sed. l~l )t I I GA~L~ I'UK II , / I ; / ui V ~I~PP qlP~ 1 In I 1 I I /l~ussell C. MHler, Execu,tor of C. Ill 1 l- /L. MagaJh , deceased. Illl I I- ......... I tester L. Bat+b, Admit+2s%r %or llll II I 1 /l= I l[T[ J noz lofJamesA lber+Barb, deceased. IIII 1 ! ,. l. 10 1 / v. Berry, Adn n tr mx I|ll / I- ~ ~ ,,~.l,,~ ~ /of John Edward Berry, deceased. [l~ --,I--"I~" +.. ~ l~V in iN A M V ~ lie ~D ~I~ |I eeased.I +~t~torBUnkBank offof GordonChar~esChar]es RTown.Twn'.+,BreadYAdrnin.Ad~'n'n" llll.,de. ~!'JI[P KLAm'I'. : b" )' L:I'" [L'" PI