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;1 9 32 : - ~~ - -.:---~'- .- .~. ~~r~fx ~.," ,.' ~-" ( ~_ ~. YOU CAN HELP YOURSELF TO SANTA'S Join One ofThese Classes NOW! 25c each week for 50 weeks 12.50 50c each week for 50 weeks 25.00 1.00 each weekfor 50 weeks 50.00 2.00 each week for 50 weeks $ 100.00 3.00 each week for 50 weeks 150.00 5.00 each week for 50 weeks $ 250.00 32 ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE $10.00 each week for 50 weeks - $ 500.00 $20.00 each week for 50 weeks $1,000.00 A COMMUNITY ( RNERSTONE SINCE 1871 ,. MEMBER I EDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Foodhandlers Conferences ea Last Week ; 6 Health Depart- ".ed today that the Educational Confer the Tri-County area a success with four: ev~ people due to gl-handlers certlfi- rloi,ng so. This was attendance, with etc. There will be held in enable the 15 per- :d this program to tificates. All people Odham Llers during tso,r~ should secure rmit from their lo- ~rtment. :'Ring Set $350.00 E, ELFAST $450 and $750 llng Ring $125.00 Enloy a IN BEACH! 6 nights at the ocean- in Miami Beach ~dmission to the Orchid Jungle, ]V~on- Farm and Village. It's all choose a $300 Diamo~l Ring, detail 'l'a~. ,some highlights of the meetings were a discussion of the most fre- quent violations of the Eating and Drinking Establishment Reg- ulations and a film "From Hash- slinging to Foodhandling". Willia rts, Inc. Opens Auto Parts And Supply Store Here The Wilhams Motor Parts, Inc. announces the opening in Charles Town at 108 Ea.st Liberty Street, a new Auto Parts and Supply Store. The proprietors, in their an,no,,zncement ad on another page call attention to the public that they will carry parts for all makes of cars, trucks and trac- tors. They also will offer a mach- ine shop service and they will have free for the asking a NAPA stocking guide for everyone who would like to have one. Johnny Williams is the local manager and the telephone.number of the new ~busi~es,s are 359 and 1028. They are NAPA Job~bers. Episco Women To Have Tea, Apron Mle The Episcopal Church Women of Zion Episcopal Church will have a tea and apron sale c~n Thursday, December 3rd from 3:- 00 to 6:00 p. m. at the Parish House. The Junior Daughters of the King will have a "White Elephant table". The public is invited to attend There will be a silver offering. ATTEN'D ~ ~-UNDAY APPLIANCES COMPLETE LINE OF Ranges, Refr!gerators, Washers, Etc. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY. FEAGANS AND ,RY. hhington Street town, W. Va. MAGAHA'S APPLIANCE CENTER Telephone 424 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. se ~ Respon To JCTRed Jansen Inc., Charles Town Finch ce Co., Miller's Market, Potomac Light & Power Co., B. H. Riddle- Cross Drive Better ~orger Store, Props~ ,Plumbing & Heating, Moore Insurance & Real ty Co., Inc., Rockwell Typewriter This Year Than Before Sales & Service. Michigan Lime- stone Co., Jefferson Tobacco Co., Jackson-Perks Post No. 1, White, The Junior Red Cross Fund Weld & Co., Hilltop House, West- Drive is ~aearly completed and the ern Auto Associate Store, C. T. response this year is far better Shugart & Son, Charles Town than it was last year. The follow- Racing Assn., Inc. Whitmore Lure ing schools have sent in their ber Co,, Forrest A. Brown, Rod- contributions and enrollment ap- gers' Sinclair, Mason & Nichols, pllcations: Bakerton, Blue Ridge, Dr. Dale ~Keyser, Dr. Marshall Eagle Ave, Grand View, Harpers Glenn, J. L. Eackles Funeral Ferry Elementary Kabletown, Home Valley Vault Co. Kearneysville. Middleway, Mill- ville, Ranson, Rippo,n, Shenan- doah Junction, Summit Point, and Wright Denny. Also the following secondary schools have sent in contributions and enrollment. Charles Tows Jr. High, Charles Town High and Page Jackson High. Miss ellis Blessing Kindergarten will also en roll io this project. Red Cross officials wish to take this opportunity to thank the Tea cher-Sponsovs and school officials for their splendid support in mak- ing this drive as successful as it was. There are still two schools that have cot reported in and Mrs. Heidrich, Executive Secre- tary would apreciate hearing from them as soon as possible. Pvt. Donald C. owens Completes Training At Fort Jackson, S. C. ' Fort Jackson, S. C. Nov. 12-Pvt. Donald C. Owens, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Owens of Summit Point has been assigned to Com- pany C, 17th Specialist Battalion 4th Training Regiment at Fort Jackson, for advanced specialist training in the Intermediate Speed Radio Operator's Course. While a student at the school. he will be taught the use of the i~aternational .morse code, trans- mitting and receiving at a s'peed of 18 grou, ps per minute. During the twelve week course, he will also learn the different types of radio sets used by the infantry re- giment, how to set up and operate each, proper radio procedure and basic signal communications. Jeffers r Of Commerce Membership Continues To Grow Membershi'p in the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce continues to grow with a total of 72 paid up members now on the roll it was announced this week by S. Brooke Blackford, executive secretary. New members gained si~qce the last membership list was publish- ed are: Slice Cut Price Stores, Inc. Community Auto Parts, Dr. Earl Allara, Schmidt Baking Co., Rose West Vlrginlg house of delegates. A report was given on the pro- gz'ess made since July 1. whe,n the department's administrative struc lure changed to a county plan. All ca~e records are now maintained in the county office where clerical help is available. The changes were the result of a federal survey recommending the county , plan for a greater efficiency. The 1959 Legislature authorized funds to put this new procedure into oper alien. During the past year, there has been a substantial decrease in the number of public assistance cases in the state of W,. Vs. ,as well as in Jefferson County. The County, financial report indicated the Jefferson County department is living within its allocation. Members of the Council express ed their appreciation for the ser- vices "Mr. Harry Cain has perform ed in order to make the commod- ity distribution in Jefferson Court ty a. Success. ~e~o,~ o~ ~ ~e.o~oo oouo ~~~~,i~,. ty Public Assistance Council heard a series of progress reports at their Nov. meeting which was attended by Mr. William Perry, Come in now and choose Jefferson county's member of the ~0ur " ~' ~~ ~ .... EHRISTMAS CARl]S( ~.. Our tong i experience means money in your r-, "xu'e '" " We have been advising folks . . . helping them , ........ ; choose sound property insurance for years. We take great pride in seeing that their insurance dol- lar goes farther. Call us. RepresentM the Hartford Fire Insurance Compamy Oroup I II Avoid the rush of last minpte crowds. Shop now in leisure from our complete selection of Hallmark Christmas cards and gift wrapS. THIS CHRISTMAS DO YOUR SHOPPING AT THE CHARLES TOWN PHOTO AND GIFT SHOP Phone 367 Charles Town, W. Va. The County Director reported SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAS RS ADVOCATE on the progress made in securing THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ') .6, 1959 '3--B homes for the former residents of the county farm. All seem pleased with the new arrangements, ex- Mr. LesSer Viands, County Dir- who do hOe haws a secret pal are cept one case where temporary ector, Mrs. Ollie L. Tolbert, As* asked to bring a preesnt to this quarters weer found pending loca- tion of another home. sistant County director, Mrs. Glen meeting. .__ . Council mere.hers examined and Forsythe, child welfare worker MIDDLEWAY CLIMBERS TO apprcwed the action taken on all and H. Ward Nicklln, District Ad- HAVE PAPER DRIVE NOV. 27th public assistance and child wel- ministrator. fare~cases during the month. Med CITIZEN~TO The Mlddlewa Climbers 4-H l,cal reports were presented on two cases a~s requested by the council HAVE CHRISTMAS PARTY club will haves paper drive lfl'i- at the Oct(~ber meeting, day, Nov. 27. Anyone having pap- Members attending were: Mr. E. I The Ladies' Auxiliary of the ers pleaAe contact Kitty Kite L. McDonald, chairman: .Mrs. C.tCharles Town Citizen's Fire Cam- phone 3-F-041. Manning Smith, Mr. J. Blackwell pany will hold their annual Christ pDr%Vii~e,tMrof H~nrYcoSunyyder~ouSrr~: dmayS P%'c'.y lat:he:4~i.r~l?amllT~ezSs REUS|~ CLAS~,li~EDIFIAI~), Lowest Pdceg, New ' Vie1 OR n ~ le TV or I% '19)E1"95 "ml I~ttl ~.. The Lane. Lowest priced table TV! Front ~ala$ ' and sound, Balanced Fidelity Sound. Signal Guide tuner. Stereo jack. 4 handsome grained finS|has. 210-T-15. RCA Victor makes news with a remarkably low price for fine TV! 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