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Charles Town, West Virginia
October 22, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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October 22, 1959

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0 0 With checking accounts, to help them pay bills conveniently. With savings accounts, to help them reach long-range goals. With safe deposit boxes, to help them protect personal valuables. With loans of many kinds, to help them make farm and family progress. With financial counselling, to help them solve money problems. II III I I THERE ARE MORE WAYS, TOO -HOW MAY WE SERVE YOU? Across From The Court House A Community Corner Stone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION mos,t of the night. Wednesday mor nJng cloudy heavy fog very dense and a heavy mist of rain about all day and very cool at night and a great night to slumber on the en- tire night through. Thrusday hea- vy fog and cleari,ng about 9 a. m. and some sunshine , another chil ly night just draw on another bl'anket and you can enjoy an- other wonderful nicht of slumber. Friday morning clear, big frost on pasture field looked like a coting snow 40c but a beautiful day and jtLst a fine day to be out of doors clearing away t'he little J I I I I I I ,I I' I I TIlE WEATHER AND oTHER ..... chi , ic' , i. a. PIRIT ov ,lErrr.r,, o Mrs. Robert ha'~ ac $.---B TitURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, cepted a position with t:he Byrcl's ~ ----. --------------~ i ~, ( , Orchard a~ of this past week. CHESTN T I IIL, } ,W, 1] , ~ [dent, Mrs. J G. Purr presided withal)rush and dried th~ The minutes were read roll called iy; eallouse,s should be By Mrs. Georgia Pearl M01er's Farm W0mans with eleven me_m..b,~rs__ nnd o,ne via [w~thp,orn~,y;tpurnzc il:ndna . ." ou~r~s't~ itor present. Mrs. Luther Rodgers I straight across. Wealher Cold, Frosty Br'unswick, Md Club Met At Memorial gave the lesson on "Care of Teeth I .... ' ...... and Selection of Shoes". Hose l~h:nielr~m~na~ngoC~m~I',~ should be a half inch lon,~er than I.~ _ o ." p " ,_. s 'i Mr and Mrs Charles Garrets ,, ................................ ? :or were visitors unday wit. Bldg. In Shepherdstown the fee ho--sh .... . .: ..... , enauo p, es,oent: fu ces ete .... '- t ho formers uncle and aunt Mr. .tting he.s and wide toes, hi.,, ,heel.~ should be worn for dress~ ...... ='.., '| ' Kept Busy LO oe cam s k lz and Mr.. Fran Oa"ett of Mill- The Moler's Parm Woman's only, shoes should be worn alter-]s~et~h P!e~]~eten~ an~ e~aa~- fortable one week ago th.~s past ville Monday re~cl c'h~lly morning, heavy M~" Paul Wilt of Charles Town Club met at the War Memorial nately; hose and s.hoes should be I ' " " .... Y" clouds jus,t a wee bit of sunshine, did some electric work Thursda,, Building in Shep'herds:town on changed every day. the s,hoes sev- ~ Delicious refreshments Tuesday cool and cloudy, very ~, ,~^ ,..m~ ^~ ,~ .......... ~. ~J October 14. Mrs. D. H. Tablet' eral times a day for comfort a,ud ]ved by the hoste~s, heavy clouds in late evening and ~ ~,~c.,:~ c ~ ,~,. ~.u ,v,,>. r,u~- conducted the devotions. The pres feet should be scrubbed daily Purr. rain continued through Mrs. ohn .a,vk were twigs on the lawn that have fal- len and I may add the Blue Ridge is beautiful but the leaves are falling fast. Saturday morning a fine day and sunshine. Sunday morning cold a freeze stirri,ng just about a'll day and a frosty air. Monday morning big frost 40 a beautiful day. Take the best of care of yourself hope to visit a- gai n, ~[r. and ~Mrs. Paul Wilt and dau ghter Patsy of Charles Town mo- tored to Che~nu Hill Church and at d~ m ii attended Vhe Laymen's Day Ser- vices which were held a~t eleven a. m. by Mr. Tom Hardy of Mur roll Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Larue and son Tommie a,nd daughter Connie guests Sunday evening with .the formers sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garrett of Millville. Word has been received from Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garrets who are vacationing i.n Florida are hay mg a wonderful time. This is their first trip to Florida and they say i't is wonderful. W. S. C. S. Meeting The W. S. C. S. of Chestnut Hill met and were delightfully enter- tained in the trailer home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Mercer at 7:30 the Devotional meeting was called to order by singing hymn Memor- ies t,hen led in prayer by Mrs. Es sic Lancaster another hymn Fol- low Me. Mr. Huml~hrey Wilt read the lesson from the fifth chapter of the book of Matthew. The les- son was very well explained by Mr. Wilt for his subject he chose Love following were reading of ~oems. Mrs. Essie Lancaster Gods Will is Best, Edith Garrett The Bible Annie Wilt, your neighbor, Georgia Pearl, Gods Throne of Mercy, the meeting closed with silent prayer. Our secretary Mrs. Annie Wilt called the roll. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Hum phrey WHt, Mi~ss Carol Lancaster, ,Mrs. Georgia Staubs, Mrs. Rut~h Former Harpers Ferry Youth In Artillery Training Fort Sill I II Fort Sill, Okla (AHTNC)-Army l:'vt. Charles L. Willis, whose wife, l~a~chel, Aives ~t 97 W. Post Rd., V,q~ite Plains, N. Y., is receiving eight weeks of advanced indivi- dual artillery trmnkng at The Ar- tillery arid M~sslle Center, Fort Sill, Okla. The training is sched- uled to termina,te Nov. 4 Willis is belng trained in the duties of a cannoneer in a 105 millimeter howitzer sect,ion. He encored the Army last June and received ba.~ic trai,ning at Fort Hood. Texas The 23-year old soldier, son of C. L. Willis, 44 Umon St., Harpers @ WHAT MAKES the Available Now -- Good Used Trailers. Low Rental Advance and Low Monthly Payments. Rent Applies to Purchase. We Deliver and Block to your location. Route 15, 1-Mile Open Daily to 8:00 FROST- TOUCH TIER $ .98 pair full 68 by 30 or 36 inches Valance Airy Dacron that avoids the iron, looks so fresh with floral flocking[ Pink, Beige, Ivory, Yellow !i!!i!i o and f~mily Mr. and Mrs. Charles Warrick of Norfolk, Nebraska and from there to Bowling Green, Fla. to spend several days w}t,h his son and family Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stetler. L~tymans Day Services Sunday being Laymens Day Ser vices were held in the three chur- ches on t~he Shannondale Charge i in the morning at 11 a. m. Mr. ,Tom Hardy of Murrell Hill brou- ght the message to the Chestnut Hill Church. His subject you have been eal'led and really i,t was a wonderful subject and a very i,n- teresting message. I feel assured! every one present enjoyed his talk and the real meaning. Mr. Hum- phrey Wilt brought the message to the Murrell Hill church and al so to Silver Grove church. Miss Arbutus W,1E, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rickles of Charles Town and Shelia McDaniels were busi- ness v}sitors in Mavtinsburg Wed ! .nesday morn~ing. Short and sweet! Engine's in the rear--where it belongs in a compact car. With more weig'ht on rear Wheels, you get extra road-gripping traction for cornering and driving on Ice, mud or snow. Also, by avoiding nose-heaviness of front-engine compact cars. Corvsir handles easier, brakes better, rides smoother. Styling of both 4-door models is clean end uncluttered . .. as fresh and functional as modern architecture. You never have to fuss with antifreeze. Turbo-Air 6 warrfis up quicker, with less wear on parts. Air- plane-type heater* goes to work almost instantly. '*Optional at extra cos/, ie and Mrs. Ethleen Pearl attend- ed the Harris-Frye wedding in the Lutheran Church at Neersville, Va. Miss Harris is the daug~her of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Harris of Neer sVll!e, Vs. ~he is ~lso a niece of ~Iiss Eva Pearl. Mr. Gilber~ Decrier of Bruns- wick, Md. and Mrs. Elva Portable ~f Rockvflie, ~Md. were supper guests Friday evening with the formers daughter sod fo.miiy Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wil,t. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and son Lee and daugh, ter Cindy Lvu were guests Sunday width the lat- hers fwt;her Mr. Gilbert Deener of Revolutionary Rear Engine works small miracles with mileage. It's the world's first, production 6 with the ultra-smooth power of horizontally opposed pistons. : Practically : TRUNK'S UP FRONT FLAT FLOOR ! Lots~'tUggSpsl~.undor the hood, where it's conven- Ient for ip'a~wles~ I~ckages. NEAHLY 3 FEET SHORTER Corvair~s almost 5 inches lower, 1,300 ~ounds lighter, too. ts compact size 4 -Wheel Independent Suspension Springs at each wheel cushion bumps independ- ently o[ e~ch other ior a ride that rivals much costlier cars. i Usdpack f Power Team Engine, transmission and drive gears are neatly : wrapped in one lightweight :" ! package. Takes less space, : ileaves you more. U.'~'mT t~:'r ~()DY nv r'is. r:t< Body snd frame are combined into a single rigidly constructed unit that reduces Cot- vair's weight, enlarges its passenger spare. ~... and the most practical thing of all is Corvair' s PRICE[ see it drive it BY CHEVROLET ths hap~st driin~ compact car Corvair is ~lmerica's onl~" compact car n'ith a rirtual/y fiat ~toot" that gives ,'ou ~[ll "6.passenger comfort, l~br extra space, ]biding rear seat* concerts easi lr to m ake room for 17.6 cu. ft. of c~rgo. *otnmnsl st eztrs coat. makes it a joy to Jockey through traffic, a pleasure to park. No need for power assists. There's nothing like a new car--and no compact car like rids de luxe Corvair 700 ] I I I I you ever drove FIBRE GLASS DRAPES den~t, Mrs. W. B. Hammond; Mrs. Laird Marshall, vice president; sec retary, (for Women of the Ohurch Mrs. Gilbert Creamer; secretary (for I~he Circle) Mrs. P,,oy Putman; treasurer; Miss Ru2th Miller. Guests with Mr. and Mrs. Laird Maztshall and son's, Benny and Ky ,50 x 90 on Thursd,ay were: Mr. a.ud Mrs. Craig Marshall and Vhe Reverend You can machine- wash and Mrs. Andrew Gulllck. (medium set) these rich /l~r. and Mrs. R~bevt L. Bra~ith- Fibre Class Draper[ walte and d att~h,ter "Tiny" spen~ Florals, moderns, provin-. the past weekend with his mot'her and fatlher Mr. and Mrs. John cials. Bra,iit, hwalte,,t Byrds Orchard, Char See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer MEN'S THERMAL UNDERWEAR BNY .79 each Shirt 'n Pants, Men's Sizes 30 to 46 Here's the original 3-D knit developed by the Navy for use under arctic conditions. Get ribbed collar, cuffs 'n anklets elasticized les Town. Mr. Harold Bu~rman and dau- ghter, K,aye have also been on ~he sick list the past week. Paul MoOarty of Arl!:]gton~ Va. will be guest min:i~s~er of t~he Grace E~angeMcal and Reformed Church on Sunday, October 18 at 9:30 a. m. Mrs. Fred Hosfeld, Shenandoah Junotion visited Sunday w~ith her brother and sister-in-:law Mr. and 'Mrs. Harry Creamer and family. Miss Barbara C~ai.1 Creamer will return to her school activ'i,ties Wed nesday after recupera,t~ing from pn eum~.~ta for a period of time in ,the Oi~y Hospi.tal M:ar~insburg. All of her f~iends are glad to see her up and around a~ain. Gilbert Creamer Sr. has been confined to his home bhe past week due to a back injury. Mr. and Mrs. Hovcard Notl, York Pc. visi.ted Mr. and Mrs. George Cox over ~he weekend. Miss V~r~ima Creamer visited ,t~s weekend w,i,th her pare~xts Mr. and Mrs. Gllber~ .Creamer. She returned home Sunday .~lght. Surprise Party A surprise birthday party was given in honor of Mis~ Charlotte Thomas, dauwhCer of Mr. and .Mrs. Marvin Thomas. ~he celesta red her fl~t~ birthday at the home of Mrs. Edith Thomas and Betty .Ha l~l. GueSts were l~ae Jean F~tu- ckey, Treusa Knot,t, Anna May W~14n,~,am, Oaroly-a Upwrigh~. Ev RAILER SA ES South of Frederick, Md. P. M. Including Sunday WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 42 ii r I elyn H~lrl, Pam Cox, Mam~ie W~,I- ~ers, Larry and Guy Thomas, Bev erly and Grenda Pu, tma.n. Refresh men,ts were cake, mints, P~t~o waist. lVlachine wash! AUTOMATIC BLANKET, NEW LOW PRICES! Dials perfect comfort--one of the finest thermostatic cir- cuits made! Two-year re- placement guarantee. Blue, flame, peacock, pink, green, beige. single 72 by 84 iLnches NEW! DRIP - DRY CAFE CURTAINS Thank Penney's for this low price. Less work--drip dry percale ; more beauty nov- elty fringe trim! Pink, red, yellow, blue, green, toast with reverse side in white. SHOP PENNEY''ll live better, you'll