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Day Program Brunswick, Md. Nov. 8 To Draw Crowd Plans are shaping up nicely ior annual observance of Voter- Day in Br'answick, Md. to 'be Sunday, Nov. 8, it was an- this week by ~he Commit handling arrangements. And .favorable weather the com- said it expects the ,town to crowded with visitors. speaker for the ,Mere- al service to be held at Mem- Park i~medla~ely following parade which begins at 2:00 will be Colonel James L. ,Mas assistant Chief of ~Staff, G4. Second United Army, Fort George G. ffViea- ~VIassey is a native Tex- who entered the military ser- up(xn graduation from the States ~Viilitary Academy, of 1932. During World 'War- he commanded the 64th Ord- Group, a 9a~ of ,the Fif- U. S. Army in the European Colonel ~-assey assumed present duties as Assistant of S~aff, G4 Headquarters U. S. Army in February, distinguished guests in- %he Department Command- of the America,n Legion, John ~VIatthews and the I~partmen- tal presider~t of the American Leg I ion Auxiliary, (Mrs. Marie A. Wat- king. Response to invitations has been very gratifying and indies%ions are that the Sunday afternoon parade which will precede the program at ~iemorial Park, A Street, will be one of ~he largest staged in Bruns wick. Michael M. Johnson Student At Greenbrier Michael Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Johnson, Sharmondale Club, Rt. 2, Harpers Ferry, is a student in the Junior School of Greenbrier Mili~'tary ~hool. 1 Mickey is a member of Com- pany E. He plays on the com- pany's football team, the ~M~ Generals, which is having good [ success with a regular schedule a- I gains,t grade school and :Boy [ Scou~t ,teams of this area. [ Young Johnson has also beenI named sports writer for "The [ Brier Patch", the GMS annual,' whidh w(~.~ the first place trophy in the Private ~chools Division at the Southern InterscholasCAc Press Association convention in Lexing- ton, Va. last year. He will cover the activities of his football team. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Senate group b~tcks bill on cam paigcts. for your 1960 machinery needs "~r You 0 ZART.Y TIUtDZI%'S , Collect at the rate of 6% on your down payment Collect 6% per annum on your trade-ln Get double value ... a cash bonus plus IH features, quality The sooner you deal ... th more you save Let us figure your deal TODAY PHONE 17 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. U n Fast Dry a Load in 26 Minutes More than a dozen members of Brownie Girl Scout Troop No. 12 of Charles Town, of which Mrs. John Vickers and Mrs. Howard Whitmore are leaders, got their first chance last week to see the workings of a newspaper office when they made a tour of the mechanical department of the Spirit of Jefferson - Adwcate. The youngsters were shown how the type for a newspaper is set, the advertise- merit ts 'made up, how the type is then put into page form and finally the big press on which the paper is printed. Those in the troop as shown above are, first row, left to right:--Cindy Whitmore, Paula Propps, Olajean Bush, Jeannie Mason, Donna Martin. Second row, left to right:--Patsy Whit- tington, Becky Vickers, Bobby Kay Robinson, Debbie Rinaldi, Kathy Sagel and Billy Jean Henesy. THE WEATHER AND OTHER By Mrs. Georgia Pearl I I tt ,morning some warmer and a 'beau ti~ful day. Friday 'morning cool, very heavy clouds rain in late ev- ening. Saturday morning showers off ~nd on until noon then clear- ~ng. Sunday a .very nice day ~ome stro~g west wind and 'the falling of the ~beautiful colored autumn leaves are making a combination .... - )ployed at the Moore and Oorsey 3aeking house at Bervyville, Va. ,was ~bse~t ~rom work two days due ,to ~he flu. She is feeling much better and back to work again. [Mrs. Frank Garrett of MHlville was a visitor recently with her bro thor and sister4n-lww .Mr. and ~VIrs. John Hawk. ~r. 'Eugene Wilt and li,ttle dau- , gh, ter Cindy I~)u were viistors Fri About The Weather [be a rainy day. So dear readers day evening with the formers Imr ~.ake ~t a little slow, hope to be ents ,Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt. Sure enough we had all sorts i with you again, Bye now. I 'Mr. and ,Mrs. Charles Gaxrett of weather and just be ready for colder weather. We do know win- I tMr. and [Mrs. H ~mphrey Wilt were visitors Tuesday evening ~er isn't ,too far away. One ,week ~and two d~ughters A~-~tionnetCe with Mr. and/Mxs. G. C. Pearl and ago aJt the close of the news on I and A~l~utus and ,Mr. and Mrs. El- Mrs. Bessie Alexander at the Pearl ,Monday morning a c~l.d air some liner Larue and son Ronnie and ,Home. sunshine and a very .nice day, rain idaughter ,Connie of ,Murrell H~ll Mr. and ,Mrs. Ollie Hwwk were in the late evening. Tuesday morn were dinndr guests Sunday with visitors recen~tly with the formers ing heavy fog and a heavy mist q~he formers daughter and foamily ,mother Mrs. *Mary Cello of Silver a greater ,pa~t of the day and turn ,Mr. and ~Irs. Claude Rickles of Grove. ing very cold and a great night to Ransom ;Mr. and Mrs. Gwrland Piper and rest and Wednesday morning a ,Mrs. Howard Wilt who has been Mr. and [Mrs. ~eo~ge Ta.lton and ~vhite~axpet covered the meadows, quite sick and under the doctors children were visitors Wednesday Jack Frost and ,paid us a vis4t, a care is showing some improvement evening wffch ~the formers dough- ,Miss Jewel Hardy who ,became ter and family Wir. and Mrs. How- .good morning to wear your sweat suddenly ill was taken immediate- ard Wil.t. er. Sun came out very bright and ly %o Charles Town General Hos- Crust gradually disappearing, very pital is still a patient ~there and cool in late evening. Thursday imoroving slowly also. Mrs. Her- man Garrett is a patien~t in Char- les Town General Hospital. My Miss Margaret Houser ffVir. Charles ,Hardy who was at -------. his home :to spend a few days was ! Sunday guests of Mrs. Ado Mol taken sudde,n, ly ill while 'there and er were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mol was .taken at once to ~he ~hospi~tal in ,Maryland where he has been a er and daughters and Mrs. Nellie Phillips of Harpers Ferry, ~ir. and ,p~tient ~or some ,time. Mrs. Douglas Moler, Berryville, Va. of a 'beautiful covering for the earth. The Blue Ridge as I can ~ee ,from my wiac]9~ .iS ~r~ '.~.~tu, Ziful ~h~n ever~ morning raining looks as though i,t might Notice of Commissioner In Chan__cery. enry W. ,Morrow, Ancillary Ad minist~or of ~he Estate of Ches- ton H.' Brown, ~iecease~ vs J~h_n Wil:son Brown ~nd Alice Brown, his wife; J~mes (J~mmAe) W. Brown and ~Hilda Brown, his ~ifl; Neom~ Cook, widow; /~nan . Brown unm,arried' Cora S. Keyes and ~hril'l~:am U. ~:eyes, her hus- band; Ruth A. Brown, unmarried; Walter H. Brown and ~arY B r~n his ~ife; ~Lew~s U. Brown ann ~u- ' cHle Brown, his ~.~e;_C. ~elson ~arown ~nd (~lauda~ ~rown, .!ms ~v~fe" ~V~ary ~VI, Evans and Mel~on Evans, her husband; a*ll devisees ~nd tJheir respective spouses of CheaPen H. Breton, deceased; John H. Watson, Jr.. dba W.~.)tson's l~lnl: ler~l Home; ~. C. Jen~ns anu ~-~, [ip J. H~r~hn~an. ! To ~he parties ~n the ~bove-s~Y lied suit ,and ~tl,l credi~tors of ~he ]estate of heston H Brown;ddne [ ceased, ~ncluding ,t~ose no'zu ],liens bY judgement or otherwise. [ ,1~rsuant ~o Decree of the C~r- lcuit Co~ o,f Jefferson count.yc: [West Virginia, entered ,c~n ~ne r~, A gentle circle of heat [@ay of O~t~ber, 1959, ,in the a~bove surrounds clothes... [styled suit ,pending tnermn. i~'ISd~le.%~fUll~ l The undersigned Commissioner rare than hcdy .~. [in Oh~ncerY o report as ~[ollows:, ..... temperatere...~ | 1. W?ra~ persona~ e~ta,te, i:f a__n~ [,the s~id ChesO)n H. Brown owzsw ] ~t ~he ~t~me of his death, aad Che ~ ~ [cltaracter and va]ue theref, and |w~t disposition may ~mv.e ,u?u. ]made therexg, if any ann wna~ [remains ,for the payment of the ~_~ \ |dee.~ler~'s just .nd lawfu, l dens. ONLY VL'---- | 2. de ts the sa d cnest n . Other Oryer, do this NewMa~agOryerdse.s [~H. Brown owed at me time of h~:rS ~3Ei~.~,~. . Clothes come in this... Regular Ioaos .~ .... contact with concen, dry at 100 tO 110% lde~th, and ,to whom parole, ~na trated heat as high as Ends overd~iF.g, |rmture, and ,their rrespeclve - 200. Resu t overdry- clothes cry .o1I), ~m Ing Is common. ~)wer wrlnldes ] mounts rand ,priori~es. ~J~WF'i'II"r~ . ..PmAtaaa. i ...--uAaFla |3. ~V~a~ de~ts Rre owing ,by rea 4 |son of the of he deceden,t, ~|~.*o~ ~tW ~ULU~,,.~ ~t~UU~ |C~eston ~I. Brown, and .the prior |ity_ of the ~ame over the o~ne NEWI AIR linage FILTER Re " NEWi AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER . |deb%s or the order in ~hich they moTz_dust and dixt fzoIzl "all in. Dampens clothes for easier iron- I ould ,be mid [ 4. Wha~ real estate ~as owned "'~,s a~ . ins I R retYING DISC tINT F/LTER [)by ~heston H. 'Brown at ~he &lme NEWI AtrrOMATIC DEW RINKLING NEW ~l~t directly out of dryer [of ,his de~th, and~the q uan,tity, de Exclusxve Wash n year' ;n~;s out fo~ easy cleaning. setting zemoves wrinkles |semi,priori and ~oc@tic~n ~,hereof.. PL~* , [ 5. What taxes or debts ~he ae- [cedent's estatte may owe to the "~.----, /Yk'~ MAT~4~ING MAYTAG COLO~--PInk. 0reon, yolk. and wh,te, Tim~ * ale Door ~)(~ ati~, 16OnCe of We~t Virginia for delin- f, Ontro, I * Air-Fluff Setting $ ty " ~ [ quent ~axes or ,curren~ ~axes. ~1 fmbin,t. Rustproof Cabbn~t Gas 0, Electric Medel, I B. Any suc~ o~her maSter as any |party in interest m,ay require, if ' " ..... ~ .......... '-: ..... .......... .... - |~he same be pertinen,t, or ~any mat NEW MAYTAO Iter the c~m~Ssioner may deem [.perbiaen, ~hether requested or "HALO Or= HeAr" DRYERS ,not. .~w AS ~,i #,.v | You are ~ereby required,to pro- "''""" = " " I ent your claims to *he undersign ..... ) [ e'd for adjudlca on wt his office |the,Citizen's Office Buildirtg, Char ARLES TOWN GAS CO IM ,les TOwn. JeffersonCoun~y. West I V rgiri , on or before lOth duy el 111 )e l of December, 1959, othez~vise you 114 NORTH CHARLES STREET [may be ~xcluded by law from all I benefits of ,said esta,te. COMPLETE ESSOTANE GAS SERVICE , [ Given trader my hand this 23rd [day of Ootober, 1959. 226 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. | Frank J. Beckwith I Commissioner m Chancery ,Mr. John Runion Jr. of Front |Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Storey of ,Royal, Va. spent the weekend iHagerstown, [Md. and Mr. and 'Mrs. wi~h *his '.pa~:~mt~ Mr,~and Mrs. Rowland Austin, @hambersburg, John Rumon-~i':!~ ...... - Pa., Miss ~ucil~ Jones, R. ,N. York ,Mrs. Pearl ~Iarrls'of,Washing- Va'no t~on, D. C. and ~three children' of ~Halloween night the child- nansen and :[Mrs. IAllian Garre~t tens Society of the Methodist and ,Mrs. Leloris Jenkins and four I Church collected $10.71 for I2NIC- children were d4nner guests Sun-IEF, a United Nations Organizat- day with ~Mr. and Mrs. Charles~ Garre~t the :hostess served a roast turkey dinner with all the trim- mings. [Mr. and 'Mrs. Eugene Wilt and son Lee and daughter Cindy Lou were guests Sunday wLth the let- ters father Mr. Gilbert Deener of Brunswick, Md. |Mr. John 'Love of near Charles Town was a business visitor Sa.tur ~t. 29-T6 inn to help provide milk, vaccine and care ~for children in more than 100 countries. Some families who were not contacted that night so kindly sent their =gifts and ~he to- tal now has reached $15.00. The children wish ,to thank those who contributed. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webb and son Alexandria, VR. were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Strot,her Morrison and son. 'Mr. and [Mrs. Wesley Link of Charles Town were Sunday guests of ~Mr. and Mrs. William ~VIills. Mr. and Mrs. George Ludwig and daughters o{ Hedgesville vis- ited her brother and sister-in-law on Sunday eve,ning. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daugh- erty motored to Samples Manor, !Md. on Sunday and visited his bro thor-in-law and sister Mr. and Al- fred Hangs and family and .Miss Ethel Houser who remained ill a:t her home. Mr. and ~Vfrs. Harold Robinson and s~ns of Ha~pers Ferry were Sunday evening guests of her par ents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eaton and children of Silver Spring, Md. were Saturday evening guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Al,bert Eaton and d/tughters. [Mrs. Waxre~n Walker of Charles Town ,was dinner guest on Thurs- ,day of Mrs. Annie Loudan. [Mr. amd ,Mrs. Jack Loudan and son J~ckie were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and i Mrs. Annie Loudan. Mrs. ~nnie Loudan and John ,Harding motored to Martinsburg on ,Sunday and visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sisk and daughter. Mr. Sisk is on the sick list. ~Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tabler of ,Martmsburg were Sunday guests of ,Mr. and ;Mrs. ~Iarold Harding and.son and [Mrs. Annie Louda~. The Church of God of Baker- ton will hold two weeks Revival beginning Nov. 8. Services at 7:00 p. m. o'clock ach evening by the pastor ReD. Raymond Renner of Boonsboro, Md. Everyoneiwelcome. [Mrs. M. D. Welsh Jr. visited ,with ~the Webbs in Ransoa Satur- day night. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1959 7--B Mr. and [Mrs. Harold Welsh and daughter visited relatives in Pair- mort, t, W. Va. over the weekend and attended the W. Va. and Penn State ,~ootball game in Morgan- town. The records of any farmer claim ing %he commercial producer exem priori are subject to attdit by the Sta,te Tax Commissioner to ascer- tain if he is indeed eligible for ex eruption status. LIT NOW East Washington Street Telephone 71 Charles Town, W. Va. II I IIII e Known for generations for its fine tone quality and styling beauty, the Cable-Nelson is priced among the lowest. See new styles on display this week. down payment Small down payment. easy terms. 595.00 SEE OUR LINE OF: .... Stelnway, SeAmer, Chiekering, Everett and Winter 41 South Potomac Street Open Evenings By Appointment. Hagerstown, Md. Phone RE 9-4100 d~y with his sister and brother-in law |Mr. and ,Mrs. G. C. Pearl. ReD. Lloyd Preaches u lar appointment Sthnday morn- [ ing ~t II a. m. reading from the :LADLES NYLOI4S GIRL'S TIGHTS SWEAT SHIRTS book of S,L. Matthew the 25th chap ter beginning the ~ourteenth First Quality Full Fash- Special Purchase of Nylon Regular $1.49 Fleece ]Striped Denims in Men verse through the thirtiet,h ver- se the subject Talents. A very good ioned Nylon Hose with Stretch Tights. Lined Cotton in Grey. ] and Youths Sizes 29 to This seams. Regular 79e. Fit Girls 4 to 14. Sizes--Sml., Med., Lrg.] 36 Waist. Were $1.99 ing week ,beginning 'Monday even- ihg at 7:30 on ,through 'to Friday Pair $ .00 $ .00 Pair $ .00 [ $ .00 Pair will be prayer meeting every night and on Sunday evening, Nov. 15 P~ev. ~loyd ,began a revival meet- -~mmm"= ing lasting through the week. Ev- tenderyne~heseiS cordiallYmeetings.invited to a't- RAYON ,UNDIES TWO PANEL CURTAINS WORK GLOVES ,Mrs. Bessie Alexander, Rich- mond. Indiana who is spending Regular 29c Rayon Undies Rayon Marquisette Curtains in $ ,00 Famous "Boss" Fuzzy Palm Style Regularly the winter with her sister [Mrs. in Ladies Sizes. Eggshell Color. Regular $].49. PAIR .... 7. ... Georgia Pearl was quite sick and Assorted Colors. --=- ell Ior a l alr. in care of her p~hysician is now feeling mu~h better. 5 Pair $1 DOUBLE F_I) SIZe CHENILLF Pair $4 00 two[Mr'children'and ,Mrs.oflrvtnLovettsville.Heskett and'va. Closoout of Regular $2.98 Styles in $ I[ .99 v I" , were dinnersmter, gUe~ts~MrsSUndaYEva PearlWith Lovely Chenille. Some Twin. Size Too. =~ ~------------ Birthdaythe letters "Party ' METAL WASTE BASKETS STRETCH SOCKS ,Miss Carroll Lancaster was hun- [ 15 SLIPS ored o.n :her eleventh bir~thday at the home of her parents IMr. and Brass Colored Metal Waste Cans with C , , : Mens or Boys Sizes in a [Mrs. Johnnie ,Mercer. Those hay- Special Purchase of BettexOld English Embossed Design. ---ial Pur .... ing a act on this occasion was Slips in Viscose Rayon ......... - Regular 39c Styles her grandmother,Mrs..Essie Lan- La.e Trimmed. CHENILLE THROW RU~ .' "" caster. Mr,,and ~rs. Melvin Pi,per , $1 "~ CheniUe Throw Rugs for ally ~,QC 4 Paw $1 00 and f~mily, [Mr. and Mrs. Willie Piper and Miss Even Piper, Jud? Piper and Rol/bie Piper, Mr. and Mrs. Bill ~onger, be~m and dau~h- Room in the House, or as Door Mats. EACH ter Sht-yl of Gharles Town, W. Va. 6 and li*tle Diane Lancaster of Mur L-FLAN EL GOW thDlS fl2E[ LINED.00TS roll Hill. The honored guest recelv N NS Fleece Lined Leather Boots with $ .98 orun, o,.n,o ed a num, ber of lovely and useful gi~fts $or ,refreshments ice cream, with the ,birthday cake assorted Regular $1.49 Styles in Turn Down I ur-Like Top. o to 9. V Clean-up of Regul r $2 59 candies and cookies and pot to Warm Cotton Flannel kd[M'f IMflI/ATI:h DIIDDi:D Dfi/%Tf and $2.98 Long S!eeve chips fter an evening of fun .the young folks made a, tour through " in Ladies Sizes. MLn J III ,IL /L,V rtUl t l.II UtJIJ/J Styles in Men's Sizes the little village on the Hallowee~ A Low Low Price on. Lace Style ,1~ u 2 For $3.00 fun. iMiss Barbara Slusher of Ranson Insulated Boots Made By Hood. i was a S~turday night guest with her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. CMr. and ~Irs. Herman Garret have returned home after a ten IRDSEYE DIAPE S day vacation in Florida. They say its reat to visit in lorida 'but The Lowest Price in Many Little Tots Cord Overalls ] ,, M,ens Winter Weight i Heavy All Cotton Work o ton Styles with , . ,. the W. Va. Hills are just good en- a Moon for These First wRh Snap Crotch. ] L ....... I Sweaters in Men s Sines. ouch t~o have your place .of abGde. Quality Snowy White ong or ~nort ~leeves, . ~Mr. andguestsMrS. William Wilt were Sizes 1 to 3 Only. and Long Legs. Navy B|u dinner Sunday with 'their Diapers. e, Fleece Lined. daughter and !family Mr. andMrs. " [7 66c $1L"98 $1"9s" Guilford Turner of Murrell Hill. c % Doz. ,Mr. Charles Tal,ton has returned to his home in ~amilton, Vs. ai- rier several days.sit with his two 0 RDAY AND SATU@A H GH fll R YO m0m 6 C children 'Sapdra and Dennis at the home Of their grand,parches PEN I Y I TS T NINE O UR N ONVENIEHCE. Mr. and rs. oward Wil,tl " xs. V1r im .who is era-