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Charles Town, West Virginia
November 12, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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YOU CAN NOW 8 ! 16th. ' T( A IP YOU HAVEN'T GOT A CHECK COMING TO YOU .... THE TIME TO PLAN FOR NEXT CHRIST- kIAS IS NOW ..... START YOUR CLUB EARLY IN THE BANK OF CHARLES TOWN! / YOU CAN HELP YOURSELF TO SANTA'S PACK IF YOU JOIN OUR CHR STMAS Join One of These Classes NOW! 10c each week for 50 weeks - $ 5.00 25c each week for 50 weeks $ 12.50 50c each week for 50 weeks $ 25.00 $ 1.00 each week for 50 weeks $ 50.00 $ 2.00 each week. for 50 weeks100.00 $ 3.00 each week for 50 weeks 150.00 i $ 5.00 each week for 50 weeks - $ 250.00 ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE . ' $10.00 each week for 50 weeks $ 500.00 A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE SINCE 1871 $20.00 each week for 50 weeks -"$1,000.00 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION y y : OF JEFFERSON FaRmEaS ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 12____.______, 1959 3---B Ul~|~ t son a~d fourth child. Mrs. Ott I~ was the former Miss Bertha Wilt p I! 13 daughter of Mrs.Wilt of auline Ott Randallstown and Mr. Ott is the ~lt [son of Mrs. T. D. Ott. lenn Ott fromI Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott and :d announce the I sons of Charlottesville Va and ;h~n~as," born on I Mrs. W. D. Ott were t'he Sunday s is thei_.._ r second d, inner guests of Mrs. Myrtle Wilt r.s thou ref nz. 2S tESS WO|KI the mc et of how WARM MORNING Coal enjoy such solid comfort, with less l:~tented 4-flue firebrick lining-- MORNING beater buxns off would be sent up the chimney in- turned heat. It converts fresh ', slow-burning coke. You burn less money. see our complete line today[ Many from, heat from one to six rooms. 00"! The and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nlcewar~ner in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Biggs and daughter, Donna Darlene from Leesburg, Va, were the Sunday visitors of the latters parents Mr. ~nd Mrs. Forrest Hostler and faro ilylvIr.'" and Mrs. Bob Nicewarner a,.nd Mrs. Myrtle Wilt of Charles Town were the Sunday evening visitors of Mrs. T. D. Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and family of Middleway were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs, Merle eden. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson and son Terry of Brunswick, Md. were Sunday evez~ing visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ott and daughters Cathy and Janie. Seaman and Mrs. I~gnald eden and sons Guy and Frankle ~)f Bakerton were the Thursday even ing visitors of the formers mother Mrs. Nellie eden a,nd family. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson and son Terry of Brunswick, Md. were the Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper and faro ily. Mr. and M~-s. Roy Pulse and family of Middleway were the Sun day visitors of the latters mother Mrs. Mary Cline. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott and ~ons ,of Charlottesville, Va. spent Saturday ,night with the formers mother Mrs. T. D. Ott. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shiflett of Ranson were recent visitors of the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Rod ney Jenkins and family Mrs. Evelyn Potts of Falls Church, Va. and Mrs. Dorothy Cruthers of McLean, Va. were the Monday evening visitors of their: parer~ts Mr. a,ud Mrs. J. Henry Penwell. Seaman Donald T. eden re turned to Norfolk, Va. after spend ing a furlough with his wife and sons and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kidwiler and family i,n Bakerton. Mr. a,ud Mrs. Robert Ott and sons of Charlottesville, Va. were Saturday evening visitors ~f Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Turner and f~m~ly. Guy and Frankie eden of Bak- erton were the Thursday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ott. Mr. Hugh Wiley and son, Roger of t'he Power Plant Were the Su,~ day evening visitors of his parents g Model PI|CH Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiley and beat- START family. . ~i~b ill AI' JUSt Mrs. Gale Dodson and son, ,.'ff,';~m'~.. Terry of Brunswick, Md. and Mrs. ~ , Shirley Fit~water of Middleway spent Saturday night with Mr. ~~ ~ EASY 'rER~| and Mrs. Willard Ott a~nd daugh- PAY IJ~TI[R| ters Janle a,nd Cathy. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Seal and daughter Patsy and son Butch of Ranson were the Sunday visitors H ' of the latters parents Mr. and , Mrs, Forrest Hostler and family. 370 TA( SALES AND T, SERVIC CHARLES TOWN, W. Your Stove Headquarters and Winter Seasons.) VA. For By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Mrs. Mild,red Cog~le, Mrs. Es- telle Cogle, accompanied by Mrs. David Brackett of Millville at- tended a stork shower for Mrs. Agnes Crouson at their home in Lovettsville, Va. on Sunday. Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs and faro ily were Mrs. Leona Staubs, Mr. Frank Staubs and Mr. a,nd Mrs. Raymond Staxbs of Mannings. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair a~nd son Keith of Harpers Ferry were the Sunday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart and family, Miss Thelma Mobley of Mount ain Mission spent Saturday ,night with Miss Barbara Cook. MrS. Frances Kennedy, Mrs. Martha Appson, Mrs. Alma Poston of Balhimore, Md. were visitors recently wlt!h Mr. and Mrs. Vern- on Staubs and family. Mrs. David Brackett and her children, Miss Betty Viands of Millvllle were callers with their sister and family Mr. a,nd Mrs. Howard Cogle recently. Mi'. Vernon Staubs and mother Mrs. Leona Staubs and Mr. Frank Staubs motored to Baltimore, Md. on Su,~day night and visited weth Mr. and Mrs. Roland Staucb~ and family. Mrs, Hazel Staubs and family were shoppers in Brunswick, Md. on Saturday. Mr. Paul Staubs of Neersville, Va. was a caller on Sunday after noota with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon and family. Mr. Clarence Cogle is a patient n the Wi,nchester Memorial Hose [at the parsc~age at 7:30 p. m.: IRepublican Club to topic-"The Ten Commandments". ]Monday, Annual Congregatiol~alI Meet Friday, Nov. 13 [Meeting at 8:00 p. m.; the mect-~ ing will be presented by a covered [ .... ~dish dinner at 6:30 p. m. Cube Members of Jeffersc~ County ~Scout Pack 39 Organizational[Republican Club will meet at the I meting at the church, Tuesday aS/home of Mrs. Floyd P. Owens, St., ( ~'/:30 p. m. United Luthera,.~ Chur ~near Leetown for the regular Nov- on the sick l~ist with the virus and ] 15 at St Thomas Lutheran Chur ] ch Men meet at the church, Wed I ember session. vezy bad colds [ ch' in Ra'nson a:ad also the subse- [ nesday at 7:30 p. m.; election of ] The meeting is called for Friday Mrs. Leona Staubs spent a feWlquent week-day and night church[officers. Senior Choir rehearsal, lNov. 13 at 8 p: m. P~obert Ca,in, days with her son and family Mr. levents. The Service at 11:00 a. m. [Thuz~day at 8:00 p. m. Junior I Jefferson county road supervisor, and Mrs. Raymond Staubs in ]with sermon, "In the Time of Old [Choir practice, Friday at 4:00 p. [will be the speaker and his topic Mannings. [Age". Nursery held during wor-]m. Saturday, first year catechism ]will be "Road Improvement.'" Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Cogle and lshlp; coffee hour follows the Ser-] class meets at the narsonage at ] Cooper McQuilkin, president of sons of Mannings were the Sun, lvice. Sunday Church School at[10:00 a. m.; confirmation classlthe club, announced that mem- bers of the Jefferson County Lea- day evening guests with the for-19:45 a. m.; Raymond Frazier, Su-[meets at 11:00 a.m. lgue of Republican Women weze mers mother Mrs. Mary Cogle and. perintendent. Junior Luther LeagI ~ also invited to the Friday evening Mr andros Wal r Oogle ue meets at the church at 0: 0 p Mr. Wilmer Longerbeam of m. Senior Luther League meets CLASSI meeting. Chestnut Hill was a Caller on Su,n day with Mr. and Mrs. Don W.hite and Mr. and M~'s. Frank Cogle and family. Mrs. Beulah Staubs of Neers- ville, Va. was a Tuesday morning caller at Vhe home of Mrs. Hazel Staubs and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staubs. Mr. and Mrs..George Talton and children, Mr. and Mrs, Oar- ls,r~d Piper of Chestnut H~II were Monday evening visitors with Mr. Arrle Piper and family. U. S. Churches and synagogues listed a record membership of 109,557,741 persons in 1958. This amounCed to 63 per cent of the Population. 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