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" :' ................................................. to complete the apple tree picking lQ ~ q'tllTD~n AV ~7~I~ 5 harvest for the season. Due to the ~ ~'--'JJ ,,,~;,~,~., ,,v.,~,,,,~,~ , KAIL OWN .... ~i ground ,harvest of apples will be lited with Mrs. Mercer's son Phillip l plans are being made to pmn~nu.. .......... land family of Wheabland near rFoodhandlers Educational "~i !~: 'Mr. ~en ~. ~.'ane.r ol ~uL.n, ervuJe, [Martinsburg. Early Monday morn- [e,nce in District No. 6 whi ~[ __ MO. ano .wno. is mce..preslaent o[ [i.~g the Hausenflucks wended their I enable the food:handlers to me ~cnmmencK t;aruions inc oi ~wa'" home to Roanoke Va - " - " " " s "' ~ .... with the State ~ealth Depa Sqlerswlle, Pc. was a busmes~ vJs- I I ............. q itor in this community on Satur- ] ~ /-egtllal~lons. All es.taDllSDIli i~:'1 Co nt y I am, Roast j Sunday afternoon, day ! L J ~ ~l ~- I erators should check the e ' 91i9 I;HRISTIVIItS [;LII B . =~u=,o, [Besidesti~eannualvisiLofwito'alastSaturdayafternoonJ~j~,K~,g~w,,,S~'or , ees cards, and all cards that ' t I~2 At a recent meeting of the menu ches, bats, hc~bgoblins which one Mrs. Joseph Mercer her brot'her- ] i th,is year and new employees_ ;~Z. pla;.ming committee of the coun- Isees at this time of the year Mrs. m-law a:]d sister-in-law Mr. and I g~n~]~,~e U~A$|~ 1 make plans to at,tend one co { ~] '._~[try ham r,Sast beef supper to be Lewis Carroll Jr. experienced an Mrs. Gilbert Hausenfluck were vie [ /VVUIlalIUI~I3 IVlL'~/lll~ Ience. i i ~: i held Tuesday night) November 17 l~nusual visitor last Friday night, itors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. [ Final preparations ,haVe ;~*. the following menu' was decided- After putting her three boys to Clarence Singhas. On Sunday Mrs. ] The Jefferson Coun,ty Health / been completed but will be '-~." I besides the meat there will be can I bed she was watching T. V. when Mercer and the Hausenflucks vie- 'Department announced ~today ~ced as soon as they are. l~,.:idied sweet potatoes, baked beans sne neard a thumping noise be- ;~. buttered corn, apple sauce, cran- li.cved to have come from a the "~"]berrysauce rlls'elly slaw'pick- kitchen" UPn investigatin she DO YO[I NEED HOUSING ? ',~_: lee, coffee, cake and fruit jeilo found nothing amiss so returned , ,,,, ii~- [Those presen,t at this meeting who [to the living room. Shortly she ',LOSES NOVEMI3ER 71 ;~': planned the menu were Mesdam- j heard "a nise" again and" lki:~g i~l~! , :'e~ C D Bo er Alvin Bush Ollie arouna saw ene moon-star wail }~.'~Zomb,'o" FraYn(k" Hill Walter' Bur-/bracket located behind the stove m~ : ; .~; ! i~ dick, Clarence Smallwood; Messrs. [pipemoving. Going to see the rea i l ,~/~.:]Walt Burdick Alvin Bush Joh.n [son ior l.his activity there she saw Available Now -- Good Used Trailers. ;~'Deroory Howard Bush C. D. Bo~, /a 31,:2 ft. black .snake lying on the '.~']er and Preston Welsh The men [floor below the bracket. Running :~.:] left soon after the meeting was ]to the door .he soon attracted the LOW Rental Advance and Low Monthly Payments. i~i~- !opened to collect surpl:us pape~~ ]at.tention of a neighbor who came ~ The next day Alvin Bush delivered [to her .assistance. On Saturday Rent Applies to Purchase. We Deliver and Block i~ L~'I the truck load of paper to Valley ja o 1. olacKsnaKe was seen a:~ me . ~ ~ :~:IBoard Halltown receiving $37.50 |church .while the youngsters were to your location. ~fkeY;::;~:iej ]::;m[;ai~ ;pe,f~E ZE2 :.;~.lfor the amount, collected. The W. decorating for the social. The "~i '~IS. C S. will also have a table of three Hallowe'en parties held in "-*":[fancy articles and hme made[the cmmunitywere veryhapPy SHIELDS TRAILER $ALF$ , m -~. ,candy to sell ],occasions for all who attended. At the P T A spinal prizes were !~ Perfect attendance pupils in he . "~." . ". " ' ' urday, November 7th. '" "[ ober"'~l s"~'~lwere~'*'OPnmary'U: ........ ~"~ Ro~m-teacher""'--'%":' _~ ~^, lawaroed,,~] ~i ksle ' -imtO ~'cKyj~- ware'~ Diane Route 15, 1-Mile South of Frederick, Md. .~. [ . s.:r o' .my t~ray t:armyn ! ":'~i '" . ~ , t~ ouu .owar. *lougn ~ever, y "~ / Mm. Dorothy V Henkle Alec Car ' ' i '.~.: roll Jr. Harold Hough Leonard[Ca':rll a~d Peggy Smootz for the Open Dally to 8:00 P. M. Including Sunday , ] ' . ] oes~ ma K in eacn grace maoe -" : ,Hough James P~pes Bruce Carroll,. ~ " _ .. , ....... , i~: [ Robert Cam Jr., Beverley Carroll, [ _ _ ,..,' '" .' ' YOU CAN PAY ON THE ,. , , anoner committee epenc mucn [' : "~i i~." John M. Hill George Nelson Rug- ,. , . . t . ~ .... +.~,.." ~r~, ~., ~,,. ~d r~ I Lime in planning anti decorating ,!,,~ ':~:=: 1960 ClUB ,.~.[er.~= .................................... ......................... , ............... ,;I~. borah Sea/ Drone Johnston Peggy l .... ...'. .... '~-' I Smoot Susan Mercer RoxannetOay mgn~. x~ ~s nopec1 toe mem- ;~'- ~ nn '~,~-~ ....~z,~,,~,)~ aa .... bership roll will show at] increase -, a,a ~,,~ ,hese n~w .............. ;~. ced Room-Principal ~Ir. Oral B..'i ........." . ,,,,c)n~,=,.~ .... [~ i :~': I :::lRissler Linda Rouss Bessie Rus-I'zauc;q" -~..d, ~',n,, ~...... 11 ~.heo~. w.~,-~ Mrs. James V. Clipp was on the : ......... ~ ............... ~ ]sick list last week but is better [ i "~; .~" James Heflebower Wayne H ..... .~ ..." :~;, Rdw~rd .~nl ' cole to repor~ t0r work last mar- t ~: ',~:! William Hough, James Johnston ]now..~ar. ~ay Marcus ~r..wasun- :X: , Iurday but 1~ better now Beginning November 9th if you desire. ............. !~'; Mrs. Thomas Mercer and son - ~ ',~:i Bill visited Sunday with Mrs. Jus- Brigadier General John ,N An- i Checks for 1959 Club will be delivered ;*-. ta Mercer of Bluemont, Va. drews and Mrs Andrews their son ~i "~.'[ Mr and Mrs Thomas Penwell in-law and daughter Colonel Wm ~i ' :_~tson Mr Nelson Penweli and his N. Owens and :Mrs. Owens e,nter- ,:: to you November 17th. (~aught, ers Maz:{e and Vickie ta!ned a group, of. their Arlington ~ I were. Sunday visi. tore. in Dunbar, friends, at a p~cmc at Avonwood ".~{ ,}~ Va. where ,they visited ~he formers on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 25. The BANK OF [;HAR ES O NN ii Across From The Court House A Community Corner Stone Since 1871 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION By Miss L/Rian Myers ~Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hill of Lu- ray, Va. visited his mother Mrs. Carrie Hill and brother Mr. Jasper t-I;i 11 Sunday. Mrs. Terc;~ce Donahue and dau ghter Miss Regina Donahue and ~Iiss Agnes Fenton of Baltimore iMd. spent the weekend wit'h .the latters-sister Mrs. Cabell Tapscott. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blackford were on a motoring trip last week and went as far as Charleston, S. C, They visited the Rev. and 'Mrs. ~. E. Crawford at Monroe, Va. and ~the Rev. and Mrs. T. O. Her,ndon .i ORDER OF PUBLICATION. THE STATE OF WEST VIR- GINIA, Jeffer.~n County, to-wit: At RULES held in the Clerk's of $ice of the Circuit Court or .~effer- son County November 2, 1959. JOsephine C. Anderson, plaintiff vs Robert Anderson, defendant .... OBJECT OF SUIT~. ..... To o~bta~,'~ a divorce from the bonds of matrimony. It appearing, on affidavit filed In this suit. that the defendan,t Robert Anderson is a non resident of the State of West Virgina he is hereby required to appear within One Month after the date of the first publication of this order e,nd do what is necessary to protect his interest in this ma.t~er It is order- ed that a copy of this order be Iorthwith published once a week for three consecutive weeks in ~plrit of Jefferson-Advocate. a newspaper printed in the town of Charles Town in the County of Jefferson. W. M. JONES. Clerk of the Circuit Court 1~. J. Beckwith....P.Q. Nov. 5-3T- Notice To Unknown Holders of Unredeemed Pari-Mutuel Tickets. You and each of you are hereby notified to present t6 the under- s~gned at its office. Capitol Build- lng.Charleston 5, Wes,t VlrgPnia. wibhin one hundred eigh'ty days frown this da, te. any unredeemd ~p~ri-mutuel ticke~s pin,chased dur ing the l~all Meeting e,nding Oct- ober 31, 1959, of Shenandoah Downs at Charles Town, West Virginia. You are hereby further notified that any such tickets ~hat shall not be presented for payment within one hundred eighty days from the date of publication of this notice shall thereafter be ir- redeemable and the mc,neys ,so held for redemption of same shall become the property of the State or Wes,t Virginia. Dated this 5th day of November 1959. WEST Vl'I%GINIA RACING CO,M,MISSION ~w. 5-1T- at Rice, Va. both having served the Baptist Churches some years ago. Mrs. J. Clive Myers spent the weekend with her son-in-law and i daughter Dr. and Mrs. John Pot- I tez" in Cleveland', Ohio. The Rev. and Mrs. Dargan Lu- cas and three children of Waynes !boro, Va. spent ~he weekend with her pare,rite Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ham mood and uant Miss Camilla Wilt shire. The many friends of Mrs. L. J. Virts are sorry to know she is a patient in the Charles Town Hos- pital and hopes she will soon be re.~;tored to health. Dr. and Mrs. Willis Dearing of New York were recent guests of Mrs. Cabell Tapscott. The many friends of Mrs. S. G. Darr are sorry to know she is crit ically ill wt the home of her dau- ghter and sc,n-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mar:tin CHaize in Charle.s Town. Miss Lillfan Myers was .able to resume her duties in the Tabulat- ing Dept. of Interwoven Stocking Co. in Martinsburg after having been confined to her home for two weeks with a congested chest and' virus i;afection. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Reynolds and daughter of Smithburg, Md. spent Sunday with her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Chax lee Brown. By Mrs. Charles Adams Little Kimmy and Vicki Math- ado and Louise Jenkins spen,t Sat- urday night with little Sue Wall and enjoyed the evening trick or treat accompanied with Sue's mo- ther Mrs. C. F. Wall. The four Kackley children Jay. Peg, Millie and Charlotte of Berry ville spent Saturday: with their gra,ndmother Mrs. John Magaha while .their parents were in Wash- ington. The children enjoyed giv- ing treats to the Halloween'ers. Mr .and Mrs. Charles Ado,ms, ~wo children Mart, ha and Chuckle were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Samsell, two children FAleen and Billy ,near Mar tin,burg. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harris Jr. and family were Sunday callers with Vheir grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman. Mrs. Charles Adams, Mrs. Mit- chell Boyd, two daughters, Dottle and Mrs. Donald ~erring of Win- chester were shopping at 7 Cor- ners Saturday. Carry Festivity Too Far During the Hallowee,n festivity over the weekend in ,moony com- munities it wen,t off smoothly. Not the case in Rippon. Person oz" per sons maliciously slung mud over the entire front of the newly white pain,ted grain building of ~VIr. Harry Heskett, letting air out of tires in the community, removing news pc, per carriers, stretching rope across road from fence post to fence post, etc. On Sunday tour ning folks knew t~he "black cats", "goblins" and witches were a- round. Mr. Richard Machado of New Orleans, La. is s,pending a few days ~his week with his dau~hte,' Kimmy and Vickie who .make their home with Mr. and Mrs. Charles iVlcDonald. brother Mr. George Penwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Carroll have taken over the Rippon San~itary Restaurant nad will operate it. Mr. Carroll's parents Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carroll Sr. former operators disconti,nued last week. Mr. and ~Mrs. Alvin C. Bush, son Stevie and the formers broth er Bob ,Bush returned to their homes Saturday after s.pending a vc~T deligh,tful week in Florida with Mrs. Bush's brother, Archie Carroll and family who reside near Orlando. Mrs. Elmer Roderick spent sev- eral days in Buchannon, Va. last week havi,']g accompanied her dau ghter Mrs. Henry H. Smith and three small sons to her home there after visiting several weeks here. IRUMMAGE Mrs. Clarence Smallwoad has SALE SET FOR NOVEMBER 6 and 7 been very uncomfor,table due to an a,ttack of shingles and laryn- 1 gills. Her brother-in-law and sis- [ There will be a Rummage Sale~ter Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees of ]l~r]day, November 6 and Sa,turday, I Gerrardstown who were cecum- November 7 at the Select Bakery[panied by their son-i,n-law and Room on Liberty St. Nothing over I daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tom Woi- $1.00. Sponsored .by St. Phillips i ford and daughter Laura Ann ef Women of the Church. Winchester, Va. were visitors on following guests were present: Commander Harcourt S(~ntay and Mrs. Sontay, Mr. Russell Wine, Mr. and Mrs. 'Marshall Ware, Mr. aud Mrs. John Sicker, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rat.hbun, Mr. and Mrs. I)anald Cole and Mr. and Mrs. Art Brown. Several local ladies, Mrs. Oral B. Hughes, Mrs. C. D. Mercer, Mrs. C. D. Buyer, ,Mrs. Garland Hefle- bower Jr. assisted the ladies of the Oakla:~d'Church with applebutter maki,qg last Tuesday and Wednes- day. Mrs. Oral B. Hughes attended the Farm Woman's Club Achieve- ment Banquet held Tuesday night at the Camp Hill Methodist Chur- ch. Staff Sgt. Ray McQuinn U. S. Army and Mrs. McGuinn and ~hree children arrived last Wed- nesday from Colorado Springs, Col orado for a visit with her relatives Mrs. Charles Elsea of near Wiek- liffe Church, Va .and Mrs. tt~nry Clipp. Ray is on a 30 day leave after which he is bei~.g transfer- red to Fairbanks, Alaska. Mrs. Mc- Guinn and children will remain here for the present. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. / FOUNDERS DAY PEC A FAMO M A K WA CHES SPECIAL! plus federal tax One year uncondition'al guarantee! 17-iewel Swiss movements, gold-plated cases with stain- less steel backs. Nickel chrome cases, precision ground jewels. Waterproof* models for sports men! Bracelet styles for girls and women of all ges, Every one a wonderful buy! Every one elaborately gift-boxed! *When crystal and crown remain intact. A RIOT OF IN / WOMEN'S JUST SPECIAL PURCHASE IN MOST WANTED FABRICS 'GIRL'S COATS SHOP PENNEY'S . . . you'll better, you'll save! NYLON SCOOP! 60-GAUGE SItEERS C pair One 'of our lowest prices ever for first quality 15- denier, 6D-gauge nylons! Fashion's favorite neu- ,tral tones with self-coior or dark seams. CANDY SCOOP DELICIOUS CHOCoLAT COVERED C H E R R I E S : IN FONDANT CREAM---0NLY BOXES $ i} USE PENNEY'S C()NVENIENT LAY-A-WAY'