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| H liday S Toys This Year Reflect Editors ict Slower, i tTips Of Times Better Than Ever Top 10 Stories Motorists iCleaning _ i Around the holidays, food par- :!tta~ileeefleei~t!i ~i!,:~sf~Zzod!~!hOcPhz~b~be~.i.~te;~:zw 0R~ Pa ;t Year 'h Witah thesaddedllactlvity could have avoided their predic-ticles may soil carpets and rugs. us. tan Premier Nikita Khz~zsh dlnidery tSeaali~veWt liCgmea tahn~n~t l~akteh:Ynlh~da z'ememb~red sHOW~e~revPinOtPe~mSs~O~all ZpemOV~! ).reports Melvin Freud ~! the Toy Guidance record breaking crop is planned to give miniatures of g in our age SCale Peek into outer ~ion in rain scientific achieve from moon rocket frogmen's equip- introduces young- style home most avant grade finest in new rail ae boom in super- kits that produce the mos~ famous chev's visit to the United States ists. And to help make the season C~erman and Italian racers readywas the biggestnews storyof a safer and happier one for mot- ~o run realistically. Brand names 1959. orists, their families and friends, a :ake precedence i,n mmature drug That is the opinion of editors plea was issued t~his week. by Col- hardware and supermarket storesof United Press Intrenational eli- e,nel Fair. the superintendent of Santa will deliver this Christmas. ] of United Press International cli- the West Virginia State Police for New uses for fiberboard appear who balloted in a nation-wide poll slower and safer driving in order in child-size kitchen equipmentThe top 10 stories of the year: to lessen the traffic toll during ncluding a sink with an arrange nen~ for running water. Polyeth- ene plastic are used to make lar- ,~e size. lig, htweight wheel tops for he first time. The elaborate variety of Wild West shooting ire,ns is a phenom- morn in Toyland. l~reud believes the specialty of every popular TV Western has a tyland replica 'anging from the Cheyenne sing ng saddle gun to autherdc Part- ier pistols. There's also an auth- .nic frontier style train as well as ts a wide variety of stagecoaches end covered wagons. )AUGHTER BORN TO fHOMPSONS DEC. 16 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Franklin Fhompson are receiving congrat- fictions on the birth ,of a daugh- er. Elizabeth Lane. born Dec. 16 .n Preebvterian Hospital. Char- !dire, N. C. The mother, ~he former Bar: )arc Hughes of Charles Town. yes the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hughes. Both mother and laughter are doing fine. USE CLASSIFIED ADS ATTEND CtIURCH SUNDAY is reflected output of bulldozers ence is the physic, is apparatus for heat, light, op- a,nd solar an electronic tran- which Junior can radio sets. space trace! i~ of kits keye Y of the stars and to, youngster,~ to tee,ns. etailed re;nature o! ~in~ atomic the latest je~ ~s. The atomic sub- )groan's demolitior the latest variat- tVeling animals and techniques el: Under the tree. as ap to date a~ architect will ~n Wall construction there be love and peace Your heart as you celebrate joyous Christmas season! thousand blessings upon Y tt and all your family, now always ! ! (1) Khruschev tours United the next two weeks. States; agree~ with Eisenhower to Colonel FaFr said with our negotiate further on Berlin with- out a deadline. ~2) Soviet Union announces it has hit moon with I:9cket: sends second rocket around moon and takes pictures of other side. (3) Strike by United Steel- while at any time of the year. workers of America closes down steel and allied industries: 500.- 00O return to work after Eisen- hower involves Taft-Hartley law. 4) F'idel Castro takes over in Cuba as Batista flees; revolution takes anti-American turn With un dertones of Communist infiltra- the sunset years of life, too. For tion. here we feel a rebirth of strength (5) CongressionM subeommlt- and lift and hope. Christmas be- tee investigates rigging of telcvis- longs to all of us-a time of thank ion quiz shows; Charles V~n Dor fulness for the blessings of the en and other Witnesses admit they year which is past*a time to de- got answers to questions in ad- monstrate our love to others by vance. (6~ Eisenhower tours "Europe, Middle East and Asia; Nixon vls- its Soviet Union. (7) John Foster Dulles, dies, is replaced by Christian A. Herter as U. S. Secretary of State . (8) Communist Chinese troops move into Tibet, forcing Dalai Lama to flee to I~ndia; Red Chi- nese troops also violate Indian border; LaGs charges invasion from Communist North Viet Nam. (9) DeGaulle proclaimed first president of Fifth French Relmb- Iic. presents new plan for Algeria; France shiws greatest resurgence since war. (10) Louisiana Gov. Earl Long put forcibly into mental ~stitut- ion: free sel,f at dramatic court session. November DH'A deeds of thoughtfulness and words of appreciation. Just Take It Easy With all the celebrating, Colon- el Fair said, please take it easy. If you would take time to confer with one of the attending physic- ians in one of our hospitals, he would tell you many of our 'hos- pital cases are accident cases a- rising out of emergencies which developed ,because some one was careless on the highway. Every Christmas they have patients who seem so surprised that they are in the hospital for the holidays. Many of ~hese accident victims the average of 900 milk and 34 fat. The Hockensmith herd on E D. P. average 910 pounds of milk and 33 pounds of fat for October. The Association average was 680 pounds of milk and 41 pound fee. Mrs. Elmer Vickers ~f Kear neysville entered his herd on own er sample, The following herds Pot the month of November had cows producing 50 pound but tlaere were 1433 cows tested, 1170 terfat or more. cows on DHIA and 263 cows on Bo);d But, ler 15, Lee Morgan 4, owner sample. ,Roger Bane 11. George Houg~h4. First in milk. and butterfat pro- duction, Boyd Butler herd of 46 holsteins, 41 in milk 5 dry, with the average of 1190 milk and 43 fat. Tied for first place in butterfat is the H, K, Mo}~', herd Of 19 Guernsey, 18 i~ milk I dry with average of 710 milk and 43 fat, Second place was the W. E, Wa~R' er herd of 50 Holstein; 3 in milk Robert Butler 13, H. K. Moler 6. Van Metre Farm 6, C. J. Cavalier 3, Ford Farm 7, Andrew ae~d Bush 3, A. B. Hockensmith 10. Adams Bro. 14/Howa~rd Demory 3, W. O. Lloyd 7, W. E. Walker 16, R. W. M:cCor~d ek 8: Top individual cows in milk pro duction Boyd Butler No. 3 2280 m 2.B% 66 f.; Boyd Butler" N~. 82, 2270~m 3.6% 82 f! 'Adams BIG. thank you each one for loyal patronage in 1959 that we may serve often in 1960. 7 dry with the average of 1,0G0.lNbY232090 m 3.9% f. BILL T. FEAGANS milkand38faL' "'~' ' ~:'~': ~ ~ Third place wa's the !~. V~. 19IC-'l ~' A~PIEND CHURCH SUNDAY Cormick herd of 47 H~IsteiBS and,l,:~ - i: ~ '- ' '''~ : WATCH REPAIR AND JEWELRY Guernseys 41in'miikSedrZ:with.':~/S'SIFIED BEST'~R$'SULTS 716-R Charles Town, W. Va. /: ' 6rd*er .---J 'Your Today Beverage for Holiday Serving Your Favorite Food Store Or FOR HOME DELIVERY | ! liar LABORATORY CONTROLLED ster. Ave. AM 7- 6881 ill kIARTINSBURG, W. VA. Purchasing Jefferson County Milk. (WE WILL BE Day to Permit Our with Their Families.) to at/ ur CHARLES TOWN, W. CLOSED All Employees to friends VA. carelessness to cause an accident, nent stains~ "Whether you are out on a l Extension specialists at West Christma~s shopping spree, plan- Virginia Unieersity, pointed out ning a holiday party or dreaming here today that two simple, inex- of being home for Christmas". con pensive soluti(~ns are sufficient, to eluded Colonel Fair, "'whoever you clean all food spo[s except those are, whereever you are, and whatcaused by butter and other fats. ever you are doing, remember to This type of spot should be treat take time for safety." Spiker Motor Sales has also joined in the move to have Jeff- erson county come through a safe and sane holiday season by call- ing upon not only their customers but the public in general to join with them in exercising caution on Jefferson County highways. The letter which Spiker Motor Sales has issued, asks the cooper- ation of the driving public in re- ducing the toll of traffic accidents. The message which the local au- tomobile dealer has issued is in ed with nonflamable drycleaning fluid only. One of the homemade solutions is a combination of soapless deter gent, and lukewarm water. The recommended proportion is one teaspoon of detergent to one cup of water. The other mixture is di] uted white vinegar, made with one teaspoon of vinegar and ttrree ~easpoons of lukewarm water. Treat food spots on carpets and rugs.before they have a chance to dry and "set." With the exception of such foods don't brave holiday traffic wi~h-as eggs, gelatin and food fats, or EMOTIONAL STRESS. So first wipe the soiled area with best under pressure of FATIGUE lukewarm wa~er. First-No oi~e can drive at his For best results, apply the clean three parts: ing solutioris to the spot with an out rest; ~. clear head. and a re- eye dropper. The~ sponge the li- laxed state of mind, Here's a re- quids from the outer edge of the minder: More tha, n haJf of the spot toward the center. Use clean. drivers involved in fatal hol'iday ungtarched white cloths for this accidents have been drinking. Second-Driver BEHAVIOR is the result oT driver Aqqqq~DE. Don't press your luck by aggress- ively driving to beat another dri- ver. Drive 1~ keeping with actual road and Weather conditions as well as the law. Like Professional drivers, d~tve to avoid eric;dent- producing sl',t~ations. Adopt the time-,proven psychology of defen- sive drivlng-a, lways alert to the unusual hazards of holiday traf- fic. Ma~ke Courtesy your ~ode of the road. Third-Take steps to be sure our car is in Safe Driving Con- dibion-good tires; properly adjust ed brakes; battery strong; all lights in Perfect working, order; wi~ds,hield wipers and defroster functioning; flashlight a~cailable and a safety warning signal device on hand "for emergency repairs on the road: purpose. Blot up excess cleaning (solutions with several thicknesses of paper towels, tissues, or old white towels. The white vinegar solution should be used only as a secon- dary cleaning agent to help re- move the more stubborn food sub stances. If this substance is used, allow it ~to remain (xn the spot about 15' minutes before blotting. Avoid excessive use of these cleaning agei~ts. An overdose of these solutions may result in brown stains from the back of the carpet. SHOWER CAP AND APRON - A low~priced gift, but very im- portanb one! Give her a pretty floral plastic cap with elastic band arid matching shoulder cape aprori to protect her dress when ~he'~ putting on make-up. Day Christmas Spend the Day | Dust Cloth Is.A Very Handy Gift s A useful stocking .tufter for a student can be a modern clean- ing aid. For a quick spruce-up of a student's room, there are wash- able clea~ing cloths of nonwoven Avisco rayon. One, called Dottie du~tcloth, picks up dust llke a magnet, The other, Miracloth, brightens surfa- ces ~sually wet-cleaned. ATTEND CHI~RC'--'-----H S"-UNDAY Christmas Holidays For Schools Begin Jefferson County% more than. 4,000 school children put away their pencils and books Tuesday afternoon and they will ~ot h~,va to worry about studies and clas~ room work again until Monday mormng. January 4. For the m