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Charles Town, West Virginia
December 10, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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i:i t THE WEATHER AND OTHER By Mrs. Georgia Pearl About The Weather We have enjoyed almost spring llke weather the past week. It har dly seems possible that so near Christmas and such ideal weather one week ago this past Monday morning s~me rain in the early part of the mor0ning clearing a- bout 9 a. m. Bright sun shine a very nice day. Tuesday morning a lovely sunrise and a little cool in t.-~/e morning but rather spring like weather cooler at night. Wed nesday morning a beautiful day in early part of the evening some clouds gathering and a wee show- t er in the evening we are in need of rain some of the mountain streams are low also the springs. Thursday a nice spring day grand to be done out of doors; (~ne can always find something to be done out of doors. Friday another ideal ] day. Saturday morning some ]clouds in early morning and a lit I tle colder air becoming much cold ]er by night a real snow air. Sun- ]day mornizlg cloudy until noon land about 1 p. m. rain coming down continuing through the inight. Monday morning quite a change a white carpet has covered FOR YOUR I VISIT m CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA, Millville Plant No. 899 Charles Town Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 pURE MEAL PURE BUCKWHEAT S. R. MEAL S. R. BUCKWHEAT By Using Our CUSTOM MIXING SERVICE-- You can pick it up bag or bulk or we will arrange to deliver bagged or bulk. From Our CAGE FACTORY D A I L Y Your Grain Plus the A'sk Your Local MerchantRight CONCENTRATE for PEOPLES BEST Will Make Money for EGGS or Stop By Our You. Mill. "WILD BIRD SEED" (PLAN AHEAD FOR YOUR HOLIDAY NEEDS) PHONE 17 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. CHARLES TOWN GAS CO., INC. $[1'1 FOIGET Iwraer with o bruin ...the most wonled, the most Importut single feoture io o modern rome today Thermostatically controlled burner controls the tempera- ture automatically, eliminates scorching, burning and spill-overs. Just Obl Your T~ah.'o Poyonly $10.00 Monthly AFTER SMALL DOWN PAYMENT MATCHLESS T. PPAR OAS .A.Ot A honey of a range starring feature after fea- ture in just 30" ... automatic Set 'n Forget burner, giant 24" oven, Sizzle 'N Simmer burners, smokeless broiling to name but a few. GO/#$T, Cf M(: EL ITItAOI-IN ALLOWANC| for yomr ~ range ,.~,...~ S20 ...,b,.~ S40 silO 114 NORTH CHARLES PHONE 226 CHARLES TOWN, W. MPLET TANE GAS SERVICE the earth b~lght sunshine spark- F. Dean Nichols Named ling on the snow hope to visit a- ,. gain. Mr. Leslie Heyton and Mr. J. D" mith of Falls Church Va were I To 6nevance Commnttee @ rabbit hunting in the Blue Ridge near the Hytonen Ranch home. For 16th Bar District They had no luck at all and be- came tired and discouraged and at 12 noc,n hastened to the ranch Rupert A. Sinsel of Clarksburg, home and enjoyed theil: sandwich president of The West Virginia es and coffee and after a few State Bar, has announced the ap hours they motored ba~k to Falls pointment of 240 members of that Church, Va. organization to standing and spec it in ial committees Asslsts W h Butcher g ..... ., ~#, ~, ,~ ~^..., ~.,~,~ ... ,~__ ~ncmaea m me appointment is land Pi r i-- - --h -- . l~ean cnols oi ~narles Town Thurs~,pe ,vwffn Du~,e~rlngn l appointed chairman (yf the Griev ,..... --..,..~,.~ .~o.,.o....~, "'--'~ 1 -nce Com,~it*,~ f-- *~o 1R*h ~to*. Mr John Hawk C N Hawk and]1~r -i" "?" ..........~ .......... Mr .... ~a o s~nc~. Oscar Grove Mr and Mrs. .... ' t Other members of the Orievan- ~eorge ,azmn. . ]ce Committee for the district, em- Preaches On Forgweness [bracing the counties of Berkeley, Mr. C. W. Lloyd filled his reg-[Grant Hampshire Hardy Jeffer- ular appointment Sunday morn-Ison I~ineral and 1Vioruan'are Ral lng at 11 a. m. reading from the Jph ~h~. Haines, Romney; and Rob- Book of St. Matthew the 18 chap- err M. Steptoe, Martinsburg. ter from the 1st to the 19th vcr- (:}ray Silver of Martinsburg re- ses for the s,~bject he chose "For- giveness". Final Butchering The last butchering of the sea- son closed Saturday when Mr. Mel vin Piper butchered two fine pork ers and what a beautiful day for butchering folks gathered at the Piper home early gave a helping ha,rid. Those assisting Mr. Piper were Mr. G. C. Pearl and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Longerbeam and daugh- ter Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. William Piper and family, Mrs. Evon Piper and Judy Piper, Mr. Elmer Jen- kins, IAnda Piper and David and Gary Piper, Mrs. Maud Everhart and Mr. Paul Ga.rrett. The hos- tess served a roast chicken dirmer !with everything to make an ap- i petizying meal; for dessert pump- ]kin pie, apple sauce cake. i Mr. Leftridge StaUbs of Falls Church, Vs. spent the weekend l with his family. i Mr. Charles Talton of Hamilton, !Va. spent Monday with his two i childre'n Sandra and Dennis at i the home of their grandparents !Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilt and family. Mrs. Mabel Wilt, Mrs. Sarah Turner and daughter Inez were Christmas shopping at Seven Car ners, Va. and motored to Burke, Vs. and were dinner guests Fri- day with the formers daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Angelo. Mrs. Alma Hardy has been very sick with virus and under the doc tars care. Best wishes Alma for a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garrett were visitors Sunday with the for mers parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garrett of Millville. Mrs. Annie Wilt and daughter Arbutus and Antionnette and Mrs. Lester Wilt and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilt were Christmas Shoppers in Winchester, Vs. Saturday. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Mearle Wilt and son David were visitors recently with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli of Millville. The W. S. C. S. of Chestnut Hill has presented the church with one dozen nice chairs. Butchering At Pearl Home Tuesday morning and a beauti- ful spring like day was butcher- ing day at the G. C. Pearl home, two fine porkers just seven me,n- ths old tipped the scales at 277 and 272 pounds each. Folks gather ed at the Pearl home early. All ready for work and the big noon meal by 1:30 p, m. folks were read to go home the hostess ser- ved a roast chicken dinner. Salads and those home baked beans which is the main dish at butchr-. ing for dessert, marshmellow and pine apple fluff and co, cons,nut cake and that good yum yum col :fee. A .busy day but every one as usual enjoyed the fellowship 'and visit they always have at the Pearl home. Those assisting were Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Hawk, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grove and dough ter Kay, Mrs. Virginia Wilt and daughter Cindy Lou ~nd son Lee, Mr. Newt Hawk, Mr. John Hawk a,nd Walter Wilt. The Pearls'en- joyed this busy day due to visit they have with the folks and hay ing them in their home. Mr. Thurman Hawk who has had employment at Hagerstown, Md. for quite some time has been laid off from his work for an in- definite time. Mrs. Charles Garrett has been quite sick the past few days with virus. Best wishes Edith with a speedy recovery. presents the district on the State Bar's Board of Governors. By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Mrs. Ma.mie Russell of Chest- nut ,Hill was a visitor on Tuesday with Mxs. Maude Everhart. Mrs. Maude Everhart was a guest on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin P)'per in Chestnut ,Hill hel,ping with their butcher- ~ng. Sunday guests with Mrs. Mary ~Moogle and Mr. and Mrs. Walter gle were Mrs. Mamie Holmes, r. a~ad Mrs. Kenny Younger ~f ~agerstown, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Whither and children of Winchester, Vs. Mr. John Viands, Mrs. Mary Osbourne and children, Mrs. Dav- : id Brackett ,and children Miss ,Betty Viands of Millville, Billy Cogle of Mannings were guests on Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle and son helping with the ~butchering. Mr. t~bert Spitler of Baltimore, Md. spent Tuesday night and Wed nesday with Mrs. Ethel Buzazrd argl ,family. Mr. H,arold Staubs who is work tn,g in Baltimore, Md. spent the ,weekend ,with his wife Mrs. DeN ma ~Staubs and son I~uie. Staubs were callers on Wednes- day evening with Mr. a,nd Mrs. Paul ~Staubs in Neersville, Va. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son of Harpers Ferry were Sunday guests with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart. Mrs. Ethel Buzazrd, Mrs. Delma Staubs and son Mr. Larry Buz- zard and Miss Juanita Cogle were , shoppers in Martinsburg on Sat- ttrday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers of ~ru,nswick, Md. were Sunday guests with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and children were visitors with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Har i ry ~Lo~gerbeam in Chestnut Hill. , Mr. Curtis Bennett of Ri,ppon, W. Va. was a ~Sunday visitor with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon St.aubs. Ru-by Staubs and children Mrs with her sister Mrs .were vl Elizabeth Dillow in Mannings. : Mrs. Martha Apson and daugh- ter, Mrs. Frances Kennedy, Mrs. Alma Poston of Baltimore, Md., Mr. Rodney Fields of near Charles Town were callers with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon ~Stau, bs. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson ,Grove ~nd children, 1V~r and Mrs. Bill Lon- gerbea~a,~,~, : Elzy 1,ongerbeam of Chestnut Hill were visitors with Mr .und Mrs. Junior Grove and family. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Piper, Mrs. Ellie ~Pi~per, Janice Cogle, Mr. and Mrs. ~Howard Everhart, Mrs. T.helma Cogle and daughters 'were shoppers in Martinsburg on ~aturday. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY CLASSIFIED BEST RESULTS Yuletide Centerpiece Create a festive holiday atmosphere in your home (and theirs) with traditional Christ!has, flowers and greenery in distinctive planters. --GIVE US YOUR ORDER TODAY-- "We Also Telegraph F[ow r " PHONE 83 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Spirit. Advocafe Hewsp@er Popu As Chrbtm Gift The number of Spirit Of Jef ferson-Advocat~e subscrip- tions being sent this year as Christmas Gifts is running high and g new record may be set before Christma~ rolls axound. Although the number has not been totaled the rate at which they are being bought would indicate that st new record may be set this year. The Spirit/of Jeffersmt- Advocate sends a Christmas card to the person who is to receive the paper telling them who sent it as St gift. While some of them axe going out a~s Christmas Gifts locally, many of them axe being sent to former home folks now residing In many parts of the country. The regular $3.50 price wilt prevail on these Christmas Gift Subscriptions.. and we urge you to order yours todaY. By Miss Lillian Myers l~ptist Xmas Entertainment Scheduled For Dec. 20 The Baptist 'Sunday School ~hristmas entertainment will be held on the 3rd Sunday night Dec ember,~ 20 at 8 o'clock. M~sses Loel Rose, Madaline Sly, Marion Hesse and Loretta Han- nan of Washington were guests of Mrs. Cabell G. Tapscott Wednes- lay. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus S'.mk of Vs. and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Fellers of Trenton, N. J. were recent weekend guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sager. Miss N~nnie Fleming is visit- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Seal attend ek:I t~ha.'~nea:a!,'~,, of her aunt'Mrs. Lena Yager in Shenandoa1% Va. last SaJ~urday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Harris of Hagerstown spent Sunday with their aunts Mrs. l~bert Darr and Miss Mae Morris. Lowery To Speak To Republicans Friday On School Matters All Repu'bltcans, of Jefferson County are invited to atteod a meeting of Jefferson County Re- pu'blican Club on Friday, Dec. 11, according to an announcement by cooper McQuilkin, president of the clu~b. The meeting is to be held in the Funkhouser Office Building in Ranson starting at 8:00 p. m. us- ing the second floor assembly room. Speaker for the evening is to be County Sttperlntendent of Schools T. A. Lowery, who will discuss lo- cal school matters. McQuilkin requests a full turn out of clttb ,members and all who are interested in an importan~ county prob)em. ORDER OF PUBLICATION THE STATE OF WEST VIR- GINIA, Jefferson County, to-wit: At R~ held in the Clerks's office of the Circuit Court of Jeff- erson County December 1959 Shirley Whittington Arduini, plaintiff VS John B. Arduirti, defendant The Object of the above entitled cause is for obtaining an absol- ute divorce and for permission of the plaintiff to resume the use of her maiden name, Shirley Jean- ette Whittington. It appearing, on affidavit filed in this suit, that the Defendant, John B. Arduini is a nceae resident of the State of West Virginia he is hereby required to appea,r within ~rre Month after the date of the st publication of this order and do what is necessary to protect his interest in this matter. It is order ed that a copy of this order be forthwith published once a week for three consecutive weeks in the Spirit of Jefferson-Farmers Advocate a newspaper printed ha the town of Charles Town in the County of Jefferson. W. M, JONF_~ Clerk of the Circuit Court F. Dean Nichols .......... P. Q. 'Dec. 10-3T- SPIRIT JEFFERSON 4--B " THURSDAY DECEMBER Read The SPIRIT-ADVOCATE USE si," ":::':" . ;5 ~ our business Heat specialists--that's us. We are and trained to provide the best possible ice to our customers and to our Keeping your home comfortably warm a personal matter with us. That's why glad we can offer you Atlantic's famous triple refined heating oil, the cleanest-burning fad! you can buy. To arrange for service that you can on--no matter when you need it--just or call us today. - DISTRIBUTOR PHONE 161-M CHARLES TOWN, W. HOE GIFTS Also Combat ,and Cowboy Boots As Well As Dress and School Shoes of All Sizes ! FOR THE MEN From to II. S Seven- Point HOSIERY $1.00 to ~1.39 Large Selection HOUSE SLIPPERS From $2.45 to $2.95 Gift PMish ,or Shine Sets for the Entire Family from $1.50 to $5.95 Coplan Ties and Tie Gift Sets Make Nice Gifts for the Men. Phone Charles Town, W.