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October 29, 1959

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YOU SAW THIS ROCK OF AGES* MOHUMENT IN SEE it now at our showroom, as well as many other top quality Rock of Ages Monuments and Markers. We will be pleased to advise you on your cemetery regulations and help you select the type o and style monument best suited to your needs. Come in today, MARTINSBURG GRANITE WORKS W. John Street Telephone MARTINSBURG, W. VA. FLOYD C. ODOM, Owner 6141 hours without. ! in There's the secret of how WARM MORNING Coal Hemer owners enjoy such solid comfort, with le m Coal burned, The I tented 4-flue firebrick lining.... only on WARM MORNING heaters--burna off that o dinarily would be sent up the chimney in. Mead Of he~ng turned into heat. It converts fresh coal into glowinc3, slow-burning coke. You burn less coal. you save money. Come in and see our complete line today! Many model to choose from, heat t om one to aix rooms. EASY TERMS! PAY LATER! VA. For " MAYTAG SALES AND SERVICE 370 CHARLES TOWN, W. Store Your Stove Headquarters Fall and Winter Seasons.) with her son-in-law and daugh= ter Mr. and Mrs. Walt Mills of Martinsburg. Mrs. ~obeVc Sowers. her daugh- ,;er Mrs, Nelson White and Cathy spen~ Sunday a[ternockn with the formers son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Sowers and Johnny of Grimes, Va. Word was received Saturday that Jacque Johnson, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Reinhart Johnson of F'ront Royal, Va. was i,n the Win chester Memorial Hospital with a brain concussion following a fall a~ a neighbors home. The extent of the injury was slight as she re- turned ~o her home Sunday ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY READ THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE THE MEt#IN . 5T I ER C0. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Charles Town Shepherdstown 35 Telephones 162 _ - _ - _ - _ PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE RANSON, W. VA. Matinee Saturday & Sunday 3:00 P. M. Night 7:00 & 9:00 P. M. Children 25c - Adults 50 Wednesday and Thursdity October 28 and 29 Friday and Saturday October 30 and 31 m FJ~Tk~.N ~OLOR ~ CIHFJI~ Sunday - Monday - Tuesday November 1, 2 and 3 Sunday Shows:--3 & 8 P. M. Wednesday Thursday and Friday November 4, 5 and 6- ..A.~/ after one sma:~h had bee.n repul- sed Bill IAttle bulled his way over from the 2 for a score. A pass from Kenny SlAves to Jim Shives added the e~~ra point which p~t, Hancock ahead 7 to 6. Shortly after ~he third period go~ under way J,im Shires was. forced out of ~he lineup and Coach Imphong had to send in raw recrui,ts. Shepherdstown staffed a ground gaining march that brought t~hem to the 12 where the march was halted momen,tarily but here Lu- cos faded back and hit Hun,for i~ the end zone witch a pass for a touchdown. The s~me com~in~tion clicked on a pass for the extra point ma~ng it 13 ~to 7 against Hancock. Near the end of the quarter S'he~pherdstown blocked a Han- cock punt and recovered on the 25. Al,ter~ating end sweeps with line bucks the West~ Virginians ad ~nced to the Hancock 8 from @here I-Iun'ter went over for the f~n~l score of ~he game. The con- version proved a failure. It, was the second defeat of ~'he ~eason for ~-I)an~-~ck leaving the~ with a 4-2 record, Hancock 0 7 0 0--- T Shepherdstown 6 0 13 0---19 Harpers Ferry From Pm! One ~ck reeled off a 16 yard= fun .~nd Manuel passedfor 21 yaxds to. Donnie H~zel in t~e" drive which ~anuel .climaxed.bY SweePing left ~nd for nlne yards., Bussard a'lso :ig!2~ed the Tigers fin~.l 2'~Diby sweepi/~g end for 12 yards a~n~l a first; down ~t. ~he Hed ~esv:ille 16. Al%er lo~lng 'fi,~b yards 'or being, offSRies', ,Manuel Gossed [or a flr~ do/vn to B~.ts~rd a~ ,~he Hedgesville t~ree.ys.rd.,Rne: and ?~s t~ae next piny Bu'ssard ~lid over ' righ,t side for ,the~sc0re. .tel wr~.pped up the scot~Ing .by ~ts~ng to Wilt for. the extra poin: Defen~Vely, Ernle We~b; Bt/sl ~ard, Wile, Jones and freshxaan 2inky P~trucci were scaado~t~ for ,'~arpers Ferry ~htle Wise and jun or halfback Gary Gregory. Pl~tyed .t fine ball g~me for the losers. Hedgesville 0 0 0 0-- 0 Harpers Ferry 0 19 6 ~--g2 Toudhdowns: Harpers Ferry-Mo ~er (four yard run). G~lioway (55 ~ard Pass), Jones (recovered block kick), M~nuel (nine yard run) ~u~sard .(~hree ya~xi run). Ex~tra !~n~s: Harpers Ferry-Manuel ,.plae.ement), Wil~ (pass). Notes and Quotes Prom One ob in Berkeley and Jefferson ounty, or else football in this, ~ection Is no longer ~for ~he dogs, because not once #~his sea~on have we seen the time when a gazne los been delayed "until one or more dogs could be chased from the grid]tom Miss /.dlllan ,Myers has been con fined to her home for two weeks vfi,th a virus infection. COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE I hereby certify ~t I l~ve be- fore me for sebtlexnewt the ac-+ ~oun~s of the following /iduciaro Oomamssloner of Accoun~ O0t. 22 and 29 [ Last year's quality champion is solider than ever_and you get Mercury's beautiful new Sleek-Line styling, sensational Road-Tuned wheels and new competitive prices in the bargain! COME SEE IT_WE'LL PROVE IT! , |~s~d on manufacturer's suglested delivered price for a Monterey 2-door Sedan. 19GO v. 1959. JE 202 EAST LIBERTY STREET ! CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. I ] .llUI I I I I I I Ill I I II