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Charles Town, West Virginia
December 31, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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December 31, 1959

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Ruy or Sell By Classified Rent or Hire By Classified - FOR SALE. FOR RENT - HELP WANTED - LOST - FOUND -SCHOOLS & TRAINING Phone 222 I STORE WIDE CLEARANCE . FOR SALE SA,. at DIAMOND'S Now .... Dresses for $2.00 and $5.00 which formerly sold as high as $49.95.. 'SALE:._ 1948 Chevrolet, Act right NOW--Buy several at GEORGE E. these Low, Low Prices. That's 15-F-032. DIAMOND'S in Charles Town. Dec. 31-1~t. and Clover FOR SALE:---Large Mercantile G. LAKENAN, Phone with 3 Apartments, 2 Store Rooms, and Large Storage Room, in Bolivar. MOORE IN- SUP~ANCE & REALTY CO., INC Clubs Phone 283, OF CHARLES U~t across from the House.) Dec. 31st. --- 6 Hampshire 'weigh around 50-1bs. after 6:00 P. M., larles Town, ~ICH- Oil Heaters, one 2-room reasonable. Mrs. She~aandoah Va., Phone Charles Aug. 20-if. FOB ~ALE: -- Large Fram~ House at Engle S~'ltch. Priced for Quick Sale Call RANSON t~EAL ESTATE & INSURANCE COI~AN~Y Aug. 20-tf. TAKE A TIP FROM OLD SANTA:---Everybody is giving the Spirit - Advocate for Christmas Gifts this season. Phone 222 anh order yours right now. Oct. 22-tf. FOR SALE :--Baled Hay For Sale--Timothy and Clover Mixed. Also Alfalfa. R: J. MADISON, Kearneysville, W. Va., R. F. D., ~:---Special on Red to Middleway. Have Other Va- To~rn 8-F-011. too. Also Jams Oct. 15-if. ~SYrup. BETT MOOR , P,~ute No. 9, East of left for the sell cheap rny 1952 l~aint Job, New Bat- Seat Covers, Good veral other new acces- 1Vf 2DONA/LJD. Call 7-F-012. McDONALD. ,-~d. Phone Charles FOR SALE:--Hagerstown Su- preme Building Blocks. ROBER1 M. SMITH, North Lawrence ,q, Charles Town. March 28-tf. FOR SAl:E:--Some Real Nice Top Soil. Phone 744, LLOYD'S PLUMBING & HEATING, Char- les Town. July 16-if. Ion South Mildred Street. Con- tact RANSON REAL ESTATE & FOR SALE:-Two-Story Modern Frame House. conveniently located INSURANCE COMPANY, Dec. 5-if FOR SALE:---Jeffeison Avenue Brick Residence located ota Landscaped I I I For the 2,392 Classified Ads you placed in THE SPIRIT OF JEFFFERSON-FARMERS ADVOCATE this year. That is an aver- age of 46 ads in each weekly issue. And we say "thanks" also {o those who responded to these ads. You too have helped to make this past year a happy one for us, and we hope both buyer and seller in the classified market of THE SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON- ADVOCATE benefitted in all transactions. Your confindence in the effectiveness of Classified Ads in THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE has again been demonstrated this year. We are happy to have served you and hope we will be privileged to be of service in the new year. AGAIN, THANK YOU AND Best Wishes for a Happy, Prosperous New Year. .... Our ll5th Year ---- FOR SALE:--Two Story 8 Room House. New oll furnace, electric 1~o~ water l~eater, garage, ~orage I Carroll Johnson's on Sunday were Mrs. Lewis Leight and Mary Lou- ise Lei~ all of anize; Willingham Named President A move which volunteer fire- men of Jefferson County have for a long time felt the need of was taken rece,ntly when representat- [ires of Shepherdstown, Harpers Ferry and the two Charles Town Fire companies met annd formed !the Jefferson County Volunteer Firemen's Association. Charter members of the organiz ation are the Citizen's and Indep endeeat Fire Companies of Charles Town; the Frendship Company of Harpers Ferry and Bolivar and the Shepherds:town Company, Named to serve as president of the .new organization during the year of 1960 was Kenneth Willing ham, chief of the Charles Town ,Citizen's Compa,ny. Nathan Rho- des, president of the Shepherd stown Company was named vice- president; Wayne Smallwood of the Charles Town Independent Company as seeret~ry; and Lloyd J. Jones of the Harpers Ferry- Bolivar Company as treasurer. The group decided that quar- terly meetings would be held, al- ternating them betwee,.'l Charles Town, Shepherdstown and Har- pers Ferxy. The next. meeting will be in February at the Shepllerds- town Fire Hall. The groundwork for the organ- ization has been underway for some mont~hs with representatives of the four county fire companies ' havi,ng met a number of times dur ing the past year at which time plans and by-laws were discussed. And it was only after each com- pany had approved the plans and by-laws that the organization was iormed. According to the organization charter each company will name five delegates to represent them in the organizaticm, the delegates to serve for ,a period of one year run ning from January 1 to Dec. 31. The general purpose of the or- ganization is to promote the stand ardizatlon of equipment and rout ual aid by and between the fire companies of the county. Officers To Be Ordained And Installed Sunday 'At Presbyterian Church Sunday. Ja~maz'y 3, has been de signaled by the ~iOll of ~he I Charles Town Pl'esoyterian Chur ca tot the ordinabion and n~sLall- alton of ~ewly elected church olii- cers. Following is a l:st of names of l,i]ose who are to be ordained and installed. To be ordained and installed to the oftice of Ruling Elder: Owen W. :Conklyn and l~ichard G. ~tnk. To be installed to the office of R,_lling Elder: Richard A. Dailey, I Rober~ A. Hockensm~th and Wil- mer C. Thompson. To be ordained and installed ~to the office of Deacon: Roy M. !Mason, Edgar R. Ridgeway, Rus- sell N Ita)uzcc atad iCAchard B. Stein. To be installed to the office of Deacon: Edgaa" P. Smoot, Jr. The service will be concluded with the observance of the sacra ment ol the Lord's Supper-in wl~ich service the new elders wzll join in dastributing the element~ to the congregation. Everyone is invited to attend this special service. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS , Members of the Charles Town t~ Kiwanis Club their wives and I,II- F. Reininger Re-named lady .frie~nds. plus a number of l~k*~ special guests enjoyed their an- nual Ladies' Night Christmas par- ty and dance Monday night and one of the highlights of the af- fair was the installation of newly elected officers and the presen- tation of attendance awards. READ TIIE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE C. F. Reininger, prominent Charand Wayne L. Smallwood, who a- les Town industrialist and civic long with Rclninger, Johnson, The affair, divided into threeleader, was re-named president of Peer, Fun" and McDonald make sessie,ns-social, dinner and dan- the Charles Town Independent cing, got underway first with a Fire Company for his 32nd year up ~he entire board. social hour at the lovely home of whe~l some 35 members of the N. Clark F~rr who tins served President-elect Leo Widmyer, with company met Thursday evening, as Cllief for a number of years, refreshments being served and:Dec. 17 for the annual company was re-named to that pos~. each lady present being presented organizational meeting. Edward L. McIAonald was nam- a corsage. Other officers re-named were:ed company vice-president, re- At 7:15 the group went to the Kable D. Johnson, as secretary placing Nell Andersou; Leighton Thomas Jeffersnn Hot, el for din- for his 32nd ~vear Char~s ~ _P~.~ Welch wm~ ~amed as~st~at~t nh~.f,: net and afterwards Lt. Governor I as treasurer for his 32nd year, the Clayton James, first lieutenant; Charles Prhntz instaJled the follow1, Rev. R. T. Scholl as chaplain, Dr, Manning Kelley. third lieutenant; ing new officers: Leo Widmyer, i W. P. Warde,n as Company phy-Lee Ramsburg, chief truck driver; president; A1 Nerhood, vice-pres sician; Lee. Bushong company at- Locke Wysong, chiei pipemen and Jdent; Joseph Christian secretary- torney; and N. Clark Furr and Irving Jenkins as chie,f hoseman. treasurer. William Hund was pres Edward L. McDonald as membersPreside,hi Reininger is expected ented a of the board of directors, to make Ills variou: e USED and LOST:--~f you don't join "i~le vn:gmm, on ,uesemy, aanuary ,~, Paul Pie~:ce-ana-~i'a~h'?~er'I.~naa." ~r-own.'IVIr.-~d Mrs. "lull Ruble-of: 1960, at 10:00 A. lVL, for the par- BANK O~ ~I-IARL~ TOWN pose of electltlg a board ~f dlrec- MI'. Paul IAskey and son Jim- Bunker Hill, Mr. Cecil VVl~te and mie visited his parents Mr. and son Jc~eph of Martinsburg; Mrs. Christmas Club Now you lose an tots for he ensuing year and to Mrs, H. J. Llskey on Sunday af- J. B. White, Mrs. Beatrice Fiddlm" opportutalty to hate the money transact any other business tlmt you need for Christmas in 1960. may legal,lycome before s~id tennoon. !and Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Whi,te. Join Today. meeting. Mr. and Mrs. I, W. Athey were A l~ghted Christmas tree and Nov. 19 Thru Dec. 31st. H.W. ~q[LLIS, dinner guest,s at the home of their other holiday decoration~ provid * -' Cashier. son Mr. Allen A~hey on ~unday. led a festive setting for the occa~- NEW DEA~LER WATKIN~ PRO- Dec. 31-2~. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reid who io~ DUCTS:--Mrs. C. D. Corun, has ,been spending a few days rs Beatrice Fidler and Mrs. first house, 5~h Avelxue, ~nson. Notice of Annual with Mr. and Mrs, Donald Schill J. B. Whlte entertained on Christ left for ~helr home in Cohoes, N. mas day with tradit.lI~ turkey m m m | mmmm ,q~, m mu ~ mmmmlmr Located on South George Street. Completely Renovated. Shown By Appointment Only.