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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON yAmmERs ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1959 5---A WHAT'S If You Want Results Use Spirit-Advocate Classifieds! For Quick Results Use Our Classified Column. I Big Savings on Service if you let us schedule your tractor NOW I You benefit three ways by scheduling your tractor for service with us now-- i. You'll have it ready to stay on schedule with full power and performance for the heavy work ahead. 2. You'll save on our special service offer which we are able to make during the fall and winter months. 3. Your work will be done with precision tools by, our factory trained IH service men, and only genuine IH parts will be used to replace those needed. Call us... Schedule Your Tractor NOW! PHONE 17 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "the tone beauty of a grandl SOund is projected forward through a cane grille across the front of this Everett series. Fashion with a purpose. ;: "i SET TO MUSlCI v ae see this new hion series by erett Decorator- contemporary traditional models . a Variety of finishes GOING ON IN . II By Mrs. Roy Breeden Telephone 256-JX Mrs. Jane Ott visited with Mrs. Roy Breeden and family and Mrs. Doris l~oblnson and family rece~t lY'MI~ Pat Mauck was a recent visitor with Mrs. Kathleen Atkins and granddaughter Roxanne and Pab Mauck. Miss Willie Conklya of East Washington Street spent Thurs- day with Mrs. Maude W. Payne at the Bl~keley Apartments. Mr. a~d Mrs. Charles Viands and daughter were recent guests wl~h Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Willin~ham and sons were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James D~rlington and sons. Mrs. Betty Chamblln was a shop per i~ Martinsburg on Monday af ternoon. Mr. Arthur Webb had a real good day fishing in the Shenan- doah River last Friday. He came home with a nice string of fish and one being a three pound bass. Mr. and Mrs. Garry Viands of 7th Avenue were Tuesday night visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Breeden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chamblin with Mr. Charles Mauck visited Mrs. Charles Mauck on Sunday who was a patient in the Weston I Hospital. Mrs. Frank Hooe is a patient in the Winchester Memoria.l Hos- pital after her operation on Tues day morning. We received word she was doing fine. We wish her the very best of luck. Misses Ethel a~d Ruth Watson of Preston Street spent Sunday with Mrs. Maude W. Payne at the Blekeley Apartments and after- noon callers were Mrs. Grace Throm and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. John Alfriend Named President Of Jefferson Garden Club Mrs. John T. Porterfield and Miss ,Mary Porterfleld were hos- tesses to the November meeting of the Jefferson County Garden Club at their home on South Mil- dred Street, Charles Town. The program consisted of entire ly business, with the election of officers for the commg year tak- ing ,place. Mrs. John S. AlTriend was elected president, succeeding Mrs. A. O. Al~bin, who presided at the meeting. E.lected vice presi- dent was Mrs. W. P. C. Perry; sec rotary, Mrs. Prank G. Corregan and treasurer, Mrs. Arthur L. ~lo ver. Mrs. Forrest A. ~rown was elec- ted to the mem~bership'of the club and Mrs. E. M. ~lauser of San An- tonio, Texas was a guest at the meeting. ~ter the business, a de~i~r~ful social hour fS]lb~ved, with tea ser- ved from a beautifully appointed t~ble. A 'large centeepiece of Fall roses was flanked on either side by lighted candles in silver can- del~bra, 13ouring tea and coffee were Mrs. W. P. C. Perry, ,Mrs. James ~arvlet~ and ,Mrs. P. P. Nelson. The next raee~ng of the clu~ will be held in March 1960. S. Watson of Bakerton. Mr .and Mrs. Marvin Waters and son Mr. Arthur Webb, David Webb and Elizabeth Webb hiked across the Maryland Heights to the top of the motmtaln where they reached the Old SCone Fort of Civil War Days. It was a lovely l afternoon and the tree foliage was beauti,ful and the view was really worth the hike up to the top of the mountain, Mrs. Lawrence Wflliamson and *Don and Barbara Williamson of Ha~pers Ferry visited with Miss Elizabeth Webb and David Webb on Saturday evening. Recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmy Gore and daughter were Mr. and Mrs. John Yosts of Knoxville, Md. Mrs. Jack Kendall and niece of C~pon Bridge, W. Va. were Sun- day visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Breeden and sons. We all send our sympathy to the Propst family and also the Jackson ,fami'ly. Miss Elizabeth Webb and David Wel~b visited in Winchester, Va. on Tuesday. Mrs. Rebecv~ Mauck who has been in the hospital for several weeks returned to her home Tues- day. For Result,J~ Try WlRTHMOR| Twin Mix Give your calves a good start in life by feeding Twin Mix. It costs little now and will pay you big dividends later. Twin Mix is composed of cereal grains, milk product, soybean meal, linscedmeal, fish meal and molasses plus all es- sential minerals and vitamins. It supplies the nutrients needed to supplement milk or milk substitutes and promote more rapid, economical growth. Why not try it and check the results for yourself CHARLES TOWN GRAIN FEED --PHONE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. __ I '~ I Launching of a ~ $35,000 state st~te-~aide. wide fund c~ra~algh Nov. 21 for Immedittte a&m of the '~b~ly-tllat cornea traaspl~nts and other work through the recently-created West Virginia Lions Sight Conser ration Foundation, Inc., was an- nounced looaHy by Lion District leaders. Sight conservation and aid to the blind have always 'been of ma jor cemcern .to Lions. Now, throu- gh ~he new foundation, ~heir work will be ~orrel~ted and expanded o~hers might see" caml~Ign is to ral~e $35,000 for cornea trans, plant ectull)ment und rese~rdh, in eluding Vhe placlng of on talners in hospitals, sttrgl~al instruments and ultimately established of an eye bank ~or West Vl,rglnla. Objectives also are additional pre-school eye e~mttions for , vhildren ~nd aid to the indigent for hospital exl~enses for correct. / l W I L S O N 'S CHr( I CE WESTERN (All Cuts Available) lye eye work. It ~as wointed out existing 'facilities for eye-testlng tahat the progrmn witl not triter* f~e with i~llvidxlal cktbs" pro- FRESH RESH Fryers lb. R 0 CKINGHA M Double BREASTED l~bQ HENS Jects along slmilax lines, use of foundation fumls to ,be cleared first .h~ougl~ a~z~priate chan- nels in local clubs. LAND.O-LAKES Discontinuing Housekeeping I Will Sell at Public Sale, the Following Articles, located about one mile North of State Road No, 340, on the Old Furnace Read going toward B~kerton, W. Va., on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1959 BEGINNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. 9-Piece Veneer Dining Room Suite; 5-Piece Living Room 'Suite (Old); 3-Piece Modern Living Room Suite, Two 3- FORDHOOK BRUSSEL pkg pkg The fuad eazrrpalgn will take the form o~f se~ling perfume spray dispensers at $1.50 each. Lions are now taking orders for the dispen- sers which ca~ be secured in any ~$ive of the most popular scents perfume and will make excell- ent Christmas gift~, it was point- ed out. In connection with pre-school examinations, foundation leaders said it is hoped eventtta~ly to pur obese a mobile unit to sttpplement in ~trlous parts of the state, there by pos~431y preveating future eye trouble of a serious natuz~e in ~Aldren. International Counsellors Jos, A. Warren~ettz and O. W. Elsmon of Cttarles Town; Norman Barrick Wl',~am Cham~rs of Martinsburg Hayes Fish. Pres. of Martinsburg Lions Club and Jess Holder Zone C~airman of District 29 I. held a discussic,n on the Sight Program which will be broadcast over ~rEPM Friday evening at 8:30 P. M. ~VIrs. Grace Boyd of Ranson left Wednesday for Florida where she will spend the winter months. AND IT'S STILL TIME TO TALK FOR FRESH YOUR Pieoe Oak Bedroom Suites with Springs and Mattresses; t---~rt~'S* Z-Piece Bed Room Suite with Springs; 4-Pleee, Bleached Oak Bedroom Suite with Springs and Mattress; Feather Tick, Singer Sewing Machine, 2 9x12 Axminister Bugs, p~rg_ 2 6 x 9 Axminister Bugs, 10 Axminister Scatter Bugs, Over- ? ~uffed Platform Rocker and Occasional Straight Back and ---- Recking Chairs, WALNUT FRONT CORNER CUPBOARD, MAI~BLE TOP WALNUT BUFFET, IatrgeMIrror, Old Pictures ~m OLI D and Picture Frames, 2 Coffee Tables, Maple Top Book Case, End Tables, Wall Whatnot, Magazine Rack, Smoking Stand, 2 Oak Stands; 6 Wooden Flower ~t~nds, 2 Wooden Benches, 4 Floor LampS, Set of Buffet Lamps, Table Lamps and Bou- doir Lamp, Oil Lam~, Bath Boom Scales, 6.Foot Cold Spot Refrigerator, 2 Electric Heaters, New Electric Grill and Waffle Iron, New Deep Freeze, Electric 1~Iixer with Fruit Juicer; Steam Iron, 2 Electric Irons, Kenmore Washing Machine, Kitchen Cxbinet, Kitchen Tables and 8 Chairs; Metal Kitchen Cabinet and Utility Table; Hot Blast Coal Stove, 3 Large Tables, Stool, Lot of Books, Porch Swing, 2 Porch Chairs, Lot of Dolls and ToYs; Fire Screen and Fire Irons; Lot of Canned Fruit and Preserves; Iron Stone CANDIED FRUITS -. NUTS CANDIES KILLED TURKEYS PLEASE PLACE ORDER NOT LATER THAN SATURDAY. SILVER FLOSS KRAUT large CANS L1BBYS (3 3) .PUMPKIN le with PILLSBURY boxes CALIFORNIA CALIFO RNIA large large MAINE NO. 1 POTA' OE: lb& TOMATOES, PARSLEY, TURNIPS, KALE, CARROTS, CAI BAGE, CAULIFLOWER, 'CUCUMBERS, ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT, ETC. Wash Bowl and Pitcher; Toilet Set, Pots and Pans; Iron Skillet, Coffee Pots, Roasters, Cannister Set, Fostoria Crystal, China and Glassware, Some Very Old; 2 Complete Sets of " Dinner Ware; Pyrex Baking Dishes, Pie Plates, 2 Sets of Silverware, Cooking Utensils, Pots and Pans; 3 Piece Lug- gage Set. Bed Linens, Table Linens, Blankets, Feather Pil- lows, Feather Sofa Pillows, Curtain Rods, Curtain Stretch- ers, Quilting Frames, Ironing Board, Old Record Player. Sausage Grinder, Lard Press and Stuffer, Cherry Seeder, 5-Ft. Step Ladder. Iron Dinner Pots ~nd Tea Kettle; Garden AY AT Corn Sheller, and Lots of Articles not mentioned. * BUY ,SEVERAL TOv THE AI LE,.NELSON iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil] TEI MS:--CAfSH On Day of Sale. 100 Appomtment ~! Luncheon Rights Reserved. ' OLLER MUSIC STIt)R! MRS: NANNIE V. WISE SOUTH POTOMAC STREET NED MORROW, Auctioneer. tIAGERSTOWN MARYLAND MOORE axld IFUR~, Clerks. PHONE 664 CASH AND DELIVERY'-- "4100 'Open Evetlings By, N0v. 19, 26 & Dec. 3-3t. MANY OTHER VARIETIES. ) IMt ORTANT NOTICE! PLEASE PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY FOR 1 HANKSGIVING. RANSON, W. VA.