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104 E Washington St Charles Town PHONE 780 PRESCRIPTION SERVICE i ~ ' fill the vacancy crea~ed upon the 0[i SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCA kT~~ IZADD~r~J~ Ir~ death of Margart Johnson who Your Name and Name ~,~,,,~ a~JL aa~AL~O J~, had served from 1953; Alvin :Bush ~ ;; :i:,/: : 14--B THURSD .. ,, ,as chairman of the official Board . .| ' --., L ,--~ ~ A '| upon the wiUhdrawa, of John De 70hess mpunan, IF uur u.ssqeo:| - El/ll, Ik ~ory who asked to be relieved of or Quick Re - "" ~ .. -- ,~- ,,. .~ ... ]th'is office i.n order to devote more ; I -- lay mrs ua ence ~mailwooa l~none ~o-~-vz~ ~ t me to his other church duties m Newspapers.- i , , and e~terior pare:Ling of church I ]wooz~vork. Quoting the American Bank- ~ READ THE CLASSIFIEDS READ THE CLASSI~ A~vtend,ance Report Ronald Smoot. Bruce Carroll :gob I ~Mrz Helen Dick of "The Rocks" ers Magazine: "No business man I --~ The following is a report of the levt. Cain Jr., Johnny Hill, George t owner'of 1500 acres of land in this or woman in any town should I 1 .~ d Chird rades at Nemon :~oger LeMas~tCr Charles communit is havin " " ~lrst second an g - ]--. '-. ..... '. .. I y g a soil te~tl,ng allow a newspaper to go to press I Cenda~ce for September of the Ka I~'lPes, ~eveny .~arloii. lncmen- iProject being carried out. Ar~thur without his or her name and ] ~ ~ D L~ | /'~ ~ ~J ~bl~town Elementary School, teach ]tally. all the g~ns ~n the three l,M.art~n of Baltimore, a represen~a- business being mentioned Some [ | ~ ~ |V| IL U /~ I~ ~ wh ......... er MJs~ DoroVh~ Henkle: Vision ]gr .~aes mane perze~ w~enoance t tire of Baugh and Sons Fertilizer ere m its columns. This does I ~ The Howell Canine *S~e Rowland, De- iwnne all boys mane perfect, at.- [Company Winchester, Va. is mak- nOtwhmean that you shoUlduhaVe --Short, Long or Intermediate" Term (Land ~:~r~h Se~l, C~on~ Hill, Peggy Wel I'~enaonce except three. Th~s ~s ling the tests and reports Uhat he a ale, half or even a q arter [ .~! iorClUb eh, Frances Hough, Diane John- Iqm~e a remarK~bm recom. ]Js t~ make one test per acre. Mrs. page advertisement in each is- I or PCA)--For Any Farm Purpose. ~ ~he ~ton, Peggy Smoo~, Su~an Mercer | Plans are being made to hold I Dick is planning' to increa.~e the sue of the paper, but your name [ ~i~ new Joan l~uss, l~xanne Olipp, Creo- |the annua'l c:hureh cou,niry ham |productivity of her farms and to and address should be mention- I --Repayment Plan to Fit Farm Income- ', M r~a~na Hough, :Be~tty Penwell, |supper sponsored by the commun /improve Uhe grazing gr~u,~ds. ed even if you do not use more I . .~i iy at Ale~ Carroll Jr., Howard Hough, |i,ty on Tuesday, November 17 at] Miss Nancy Lou Cli~n and Mr than a two-line space. I ---Credit Life Insurance Available if Desireod.d' } hive ~Leonard Lee Hough, James Pipes, |5:30. The local WSCS will also |Richard Ro~vland were-'-guests on "A stranger picking up a newsI ii~ he~f ~_~|have a table of f.ancy aziiclcs. /Sunday w,ith the formers uncle paper should be able to tell I ........... :!i - ~]W'atoh Vhis column for fu'ture an-[.and aun.t Sheriff and Mrs: W.W. what business is represented in I fARM BEDIT C0- 0Pc To~ ~ ~ |nouncemen, ts pertainingto ~hls ]Smallwood Sr. of Berryviile Va. a town....it is the best possible | ~ mou | |11= i aff~ir / "ast Su " " ' wtOWmn;n~dTl~ti~r. The manor ] W.W. HAMMOND, Asst. Sec.-Treas. ,~ IWes L~ , noway wnen cl,imbing Sund,ay Oct 18 a guest speaker o aces not aaveruseI $ In,re ' " " /dawn from a ga,te Alwn :Bush step will be present at the evening war d " to o ode b does an injustice to himself or |Mondays--County Agent's Office - 10- 12 Standard Con MELVIN T STRIDER CO ship servme" m" t eh Kabletow,n, pe In, a depres~l n m y a herself and dezinitely to the~ | ..................... o~;eon "t ............... " /cow hoof which caused n~.s ankle ......... |~nurcn W,:bn ~ne loca~l MY_~' In Eta resul~t i,n a painl'ul s pra,in. A,t town." [ TEal nepnerastown aa~l or lylar$lndDurg fl11 d"3 ~o~i, (J O 1~ U IN 1 A 1~ |charge oi.aevo~mns:___ [first his physician thought the FUNERAL HOME |Sale t~his Friday and Sa,turday. ].~ ~ 2.~.~"~ " "~ ~ " " or 1, IOctober 16 and 17 in Uhe home of I .... ~" .......... . _ . ' g~h~ ~r~ ~*Mrs Mv_~auley ~harles Town | Mr. rloward :Busn of Avon Dam ned .......... ' A'vervinterestAn~ ehureh~ffi | farm reports that s~ray dogs bad- '~ ] 3 BIG REelStIN and ...... ~ ......................... " "1 " - sh " h' - -i - aro~ Shepherdstow |cial Bo~Lrd Meeting was held Sun-|.Y_ mang,ea. ~bor ~b ~'cnat~ae~ For~o~ ~ ~! liner |day evening width a large a~tendan [la~e'. A. nmg .. e ~ ing; ann zmgtnenea away ,mree nags t 'i~ 35 - Telephones - 162 Ice. Some of t~he business whch t , Man Quit base by sho~ting towaras them Some- [was ~aken care o was the electaon ] . I ~l~a / ~me ago Mr Bush found a suck ii~:~i!~ ~;Ytan't~~ ,amPUl: of Melvi,n Rdssler as treasurer to [ . .. " ~ " ~i$~ base ]l~in.g pig in a simfiar conaition, r~e i " wee] now Chinks ~his could have been done by dogs. fo[ heating your home with oil Mr. a,nd Mrs. Oral B. Hughes spen, t Sunday width her mother ,Mrs. ~il,bevt Oad,w,alder of near Royce, Va. Mr. New,on T~om,pson, son RE- Having moved to a smaller place in town I will sell the ley, si~ter Miss He~len Thompson Following Personal Property. located in Bakerton, W. N~a., on and broVher Irvin called on Mr. Walter Thom,p~on a patient in a SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1959 rest home, Win,Chester, Va. Mr. C. D. Bayer has improved BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (E. S.T.) ,the driveway leading from the sec ondary road to his home, Shun,non HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. Park. Bester and Long, contrac- tors were in charge of the work Large Estate Heatrola, Allen Parlor Heatrola, Virginia De-Sa,turday n,i~ht visitors width Mr. Luxe Cook Stove, 7-ft. Frigidaire, J,ordan Freeer (8 cu. ft.); and Mrs. R0ber Sowers was their 5-Piece Breakfast Set, Kitchen Cupboard, Kitchen Safe, Large Dining Table and 5 Chairs; Glass Front Cupboard, Victrola and Records; Chest of Drawers, Drop Leaf Table, Dressing Table, Arm Chair, 3 Rocking Chairs, Wardrobe, Maytag Washing Machine, High Chair, Old Cradle, 2 Screen Doors, 2 Beds, Springs and Mattresses; Oak Dresser, Night Stand, End Tables, Floor Lamps, Brass Table Lamp, Lot of Pictures, Magazine Raek, Oak Stand, 9 x 12 Kitchen Rug, 4 9 x 12 Lino- leum Rugs, Flower Stands, Coal Hods, Lot of Window ~creens. 2 Dozen Crocks, Curtains, Blinds, Drapes, Water Cooler, Organ Stool, Curtain Stretchers, Lawn Mower, Medicine Cabir~et, Corn Grinder, Saw, Lot of Dishes, Pots and Pans, and Other Artieles too numerous to mention. MRS. RUTH TERMS :---CASH. Lunch Will Be Served By Church of God. MILLER, Auctioneer. FURR, Clerk. October 15 and 22- 2t. BOND li;ttle grandson JOhnny Sowers of Grimes, Va. Reports from fishermen concern ing condition of that She,nandoah River have been favorable. A large bass was caugh~ Sunday by Homer Kees of Gerrard:st~wn. Qu,ite.a ntrm~ber of fishing en,thusiasts was seen along Uhe river banks Sun- day. A party consisbing of N~isses Pwt sy J,ane and Susan Rissler of Whew~la,nd, Mr. and Mrs. Dana- hue Pericone, Vincen~t and Jimmy o,f Charles Town motored over Skyland Drive Sunday. They re- p,ort the scenery was beau~tiful and the Teat,her idal for ,their trip On Sunday afCernoon Mr. and ~Mrs. Henry Clipp and daughters Pwtsy l~oxanne a,ud Darlene visi- ~ted with her brother Mr. George Sm,aHwood and f~mily o,f near Boy ee, Va. From here tlhey al,l motored ~o S,tephen Ciiy, Va. w'here the ch41dren of both families rem,ained at the home of .Mr. ,and ~Mrs. James Nichols while the three cou vi~th ~his work a~ ,their l~al plan, t here in ~he village. ~i,f~s have been received in~o the Memorial Fund of the Kab,le town Ohurah in memory of Miss Maraaret Johnson from Mr. and Mrs. Oral B. Hu:~hes and f~znily ~he K,abletow0n W. S. C. S., Mrs. Ed Vickers and Mr. Harry S. ~es- ke~t. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Costello Sr., sons, Alec Jr., Kev~n and Lester @ere Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Carroll's paren~ Mr. and Mrs. Virg,il Unger of Inwvod. In Vhe afternoon they accompanied by Kei~h Un,ger motored to Shady Side near Winvhester, Va. to visit wiith Mrs. Unger's brother Mr. a~'ld ~h's. Wayne McCarty. Correction: The H,alloween Par ty to be held in the Kabletown ~huroh basemen,t on Friday mg~t October 30 is for the local M. Y. # Town spen~ Vhe weekend with their gr~ndp~rer~ts Mr. and Mrs. Ed H~mm(xnd and aunt Miss Cain i~la Wil:tsl~ire. :Mrs. Robert Whittifigton of Charles Town spen;t Sunday wich her parents :Mr. and Mrs. Graver Thom'pson. 'Mr. Roy Blaekford has returned to his home ~f~er having been a p~tient in Kings Daugl~ters Hos- ~pi~al M ar~ns~burg the past two weeks. His many ,friends are glad to k~ow he is better. Miss I~tUe Oary of Bakerton spent ~he weekend wi,th M~ss ~Mary Ellen Hendricks. ~Mr. and ~VIrs. John Hu)h of :Ba'ltimore, ~Id. are v~sittng ~heir cousin Mrs. Cabel.1 Tapscott. Sg~. ,and Mrs. Alber~ Trussell ,and li~Me daughters who have been l~v~n.g in ]~l Paso, Tetras ~re F. and prospective members ten spending some :time v~'Lh her sis- years of age t'hrough 18. Waiter ter and ,br~Vher-~-law Mr. and Burd~ick reported Sunday defini,te ~VIrs. Bernard Snyder. Sg~. Trussell plans for ~he church SChool Hat- ,and ~aznily w~li soon leave for set- lateen party have not been cam- ~lce in the Sou,t)h Pacific. oleted. Birthday Dinner Mrs. J. Clive ~VIyers ,gave a b~r- Vhday dinner ~unday evening in honor of her da,]ghter Mary El- len who was 14 years old.-Guests By Miss Lillian Myers Home From Hospital Mr. l:tobei'~ McGarry Sr. has re- turned home af, ter having been a pa~ien,t in Winchester Memorial UGHT DUTY-4.OWEST PRKIO Of THE LEADING MAKESI And look what the low price of this half-ton Styleside includes I New 23.6% more rigid frame, new tonger-lastlng brakes, ~ew styling and comfort, new Diamond Lustre Finishl tName available on requert. Send inquiry to P.O. Bo# 2687, Ford Division, Ford Motor Company~ Detroit 31, Michigan LIGHT AND MEDIUM TRUCKS Priced lowest of the leading makes* CERTIFIED GAS SAVINGS 'CERTIFIED DURABILITY CERTIFIED RELIABILITY CERTIFIED LOWEST PRICES MEDIUM DUTY 4OWBI PRI(Ee OF THE LEADING MAKES] In addition to lowest price, thls F-600 Stake offers increased strength in frame and sheet metal.., colorful new cab interiors.., the gas savings of Ford'= modern Six. Maximum GVW, 21,000 lb. *Ba~ed on a certi~ed comparison of the latest available manufacturer's ~u~gested recoil delivered prices, includin9 Federal e~ise tox, excluding dealer preparation and conditioning and destination charoes 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET i[I I I IIIIBI II I I III111 1 I I II II You get the best of the new in 1960 Ford Trucks. And economy backed by the Certified tests of leading independent automotive engineers.~ Certified gas savings! New tests verify the gas savings of Ford's modern Six--the engine that got 25% more miles per gallon than the average of all other makes in Economy Showdown U.S.A.! Certified dur~ilffy] Tests of key truck parts showed, for example, 20% longer brake-lining life for Ford's new F- and C-600's . . . 23.6% greater frame rigidity on half-tanners. Certified reliobility! Based again on Certified tests. Example: Ford's new wiring assembly operated without failure more than three times as 10ng. Certified lowest prices! See the price comparisons. See the Certified Economy Book at your Ford Dealer's now! O FORD TRUCKS COST LESS LESS TO BUY, ,, LESS TO RUN,,, BUILT TO LAST LONGER, TOOl TILT CABS--LOWEST PRICED IN THE INDUSTRY and the most popularl For 1960, there's new comfort and driving ease... new gas economy and durability in Ford's Short Stroke engines[ Nine Tilt Cab Series are available, rangin-'- ~om 18,000 GVW to 65,000 GCW. ~!:!:i:::i:iii ~::::::::~ii !~:" :i? ~i!~iiii!i :i!:iiii ili I I I | CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. present were ~VIr; a~nd ,Mrs. Cldn- :ton Polhamus of near Berryvflle, ~Mr. and iMrs. Danny ,HendrJcks and c~ldren, ~biss I:)obtie ~ary, ,Mr. and Mrs. iMyers and daughter Suzanne and ~ss Lil~an Myers. has no smoke nQ soot~ no fumes. r When you heat your home with oil, you enjoy advantages provided by no other form of fuel. First, you have the peace-of-mind that comes with the knowledge that your heating unit is safe. Second, oil costs so little. Third, you are assured a steady, reliable level of heat no matter how low the temperature drops! Call us for Atlantic's famous triple-refined heat- ing off. It now has a new additive that helps prevent formation of sludge. PHONE DISTRIBUTOR 161-M CHARLES TOWN, W. WITH AN there's nothing to leak, spill or burn. automatic controls provide attention.free oper. arian. Modern in design. FAST high speed heats food to cooking temperatures qulckly--cuts your kitchen hours. ern Way Because Electricity is Clean, Safe, Convenient, and Modern, Your Electric Range becomes the 'Cooking Part' of your fabulous All-Electric Home where electdci and only electricity brings benefitstoevery aspect of modern homemaking. FOR COMPLETE DETAILS... SEE YOUR ELECTRIC APPLIANCE DEALER OR THE POTOMAC LIGHT & POWER COMPANY . . . I I I