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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ,o=o.= o Laraly 0rm Lenu0n J0Wl u r. kl N & u ,Mrs. Sarah I . J [I [: n, U A [I [In Martinsburg JUI LllUN i Mrs sarah Eli= l colored, a resider~t , y s Ltlhan Myers ,, , . "- - "_ -: .... 2-:_ "_"_7; ;" ""/..Y _" =_ 7 -.: 1 IPDIE iblcVII VVVII [H'IVV$Di~ fl~PVhMiflllVil ! ' t [For Lutherans Jan. 13, 1959 [the hospi~ta~l on Sunday where she!ge Livestock Sales ut Charles |ical Lutheran Chtl~ ; ~ E'L i~P TT ~ I hre/ PoJn next week or so ]enemy from infla~" [ 11 PERSONAL AND SOCIAL 14--A THURSDAY, JA ~: BY THE JEFFERSON PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. By Henry W Morrow By Mrs. Robert Knott Phone 0983 l II L1 ~ qP a ~ kl I ~ SPIRIT ESTABLISHED 1844 -- ADVOCATE ESTABLISHED 10S5 * COMBINED MARCH 1 1948 Horl. Max Brown iLausche that he had come this Parents of Daughter tient in Kings Daughters Hospi- B Mis rifle died Monday : " Spiri,t of Jefferson - Advocate l far alone #tnd he could manage A daughter, Mehssa, was born tal, Martinsburg. Mrs. Main who .____ Kings Daughters: : MAX BROWN EDITOR [Charles Town, W. Va. l the short walk down the Senate to Mr and Mrs Wa~ter Neely oft was .also a patient there returned The man- friends ^f ~- r, ho, }insburg, where s~ " OFFICE NORTH GEORGE STREET ---- TELEPHONE ~2aiDear'~r~', l aisle without Lausohe's help. Sen- Shepherdstown on Tuesday Jan- to her home here the saxne day lea Ma s were dee v ~ i d [patient .for " i "-~"" , [ ator R~ndoiph was esco~ed down . . , y pl r eve o . Et' uary 6 m Kings Daughters Hos- I th, at Mr. Main was admitted, learn of his ,~'th -,~,~ ,~ ,~,L~ ['oeen zli /or ~ou , " m ......... I Per your instructions, I 'cover- I{~e aisle by Senator Robert Byrd, ~ ..v,~ ............... p~al, Martinsburg. The infant is ] A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. in City T4~r~it~l X#~r~i,~hur,, ,~t [ The de,eased w~ : Tnursaay, january la, l~o~ [ ed" the opening of the 86~h Con- I who, in alphabetical order, had ~e couple's second child. Eugene Asbury of Sharpsburg in urdav evehin~ ,Much .~v~nrm,thv i~ [ neysville a daug~te : J gross in Washington last week. i taken the o~Vh but a few minutes Birth of Son j Kings Daughters HOSplal on Men extended tn th~ h~ro~vf~r] f~.m~lv [ Mrs. Harrison MorL , _ . ...... ~,, ,=,,, ......... ~ ........... ]Senator Randolph had graciously [before. However. Senator Randol- T ............................ ' 1F Px flN I'lllIN I M'MIW AIII" A III'IAIIIIN I called me on Tuesday and told me [ ph is West Virginia's senior Sen- he Reverend and Mrs. K. Sher ] day, December 22. The infant zs Mr and Mrs Alfred Thomgson [ neysvllle. *. I his office has been allotted twelve I ator since he took office last Nov- wood McKee have announced the I the couple's firs~ .child. Mrs As- Knoxville, Md Mr and Mrs Leon [ Surviving are ,two birth el a son, Mark Sherwood Mc i bury is the former Miss Nanalee Edwards Harpers Ferry an cl Mrs /Cora Allen Kearne~ " ~ passes to the Senate Gallery and Jember. The Democrats of the County, young and old alike, can ~h:tbahre ~o~ladvel~kweo Io~r t~ee a~_Id t Following the swearing in core- Kee, born in Houston, Texas on, Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George I)eihl of C'bar]e.~ q~o~vn ]Twvman also of January:4. Baby Mark is the cou- ! James W. Miller. Shenandoah Jun spent Sunday wl~h their sister and ! One sister Mrs Ells : - be proud of the efforts that have been made in the past[also said he was having a veryimn!es Senate M:a.jority Leader ple's second child; theyhave a two ction, brother-in-law Mr ~,d Mr.~ ~r Jersey Ci~, N :I an( y om o augn~er. "me granapur- Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Thacher les Brown. [grandchildren ann few weeks to form a new political club which ;viH be:small luncheon immediately after l[~t[n~n~nnnSndi~err~Uyn~n~euW ear ................................. - :....... known a~ the Jefferson County Democratic Association. l'Vhene sweu.ringinwoum like ceremonYzor us oand ,tha.tDe raS ling a resolt~tion on ay propose~lVIcKeeen:s areofMr.~hepherdstown.ana ~zrs. oeorge .~. i' edandintodaugh~erthe WaddyCarl Ann)homehUVeon NewmV toLittlehis homeLarryw~thBYdmumpsiS andCnfinedmeas I[chlldrenFriendsSUrviVe'will be re .:~ Working with the County Executive Committee, the neW,guests at this as well Needless to l change of Senate Rule22. and af 1KenDerrys pn ~a4em i Street which ~hey purchased a lea [Melvin T ~trider C . , " ter some spwlted repartee ve~ween - orgamzatlon can be a powerful factor for good Suci~ an say, we dzdn t have to be asked }T,~ ...... ~ ,uo ~r~,o ,a,oo~,~,,+ Dr. and Mrs. O. S. Ikenberry short time ago. The Thachers will Mr. Currie Boyd of Washington [al Home'un%il Frid organization has long been needed. During its period of Jtwice, and felt highly honored at [an~enat~or~R~sell'~.~e ~en~'~e'~'~ spent Tuesday in Salem where ! rent their former residence which spen, t the weekend with his Cousin body will be ,taken they a~tended .the funeral of Dr. !is also located on New Street. Miss Lllli'an Myers. i Church in Ke~ , even being asked at all 4 50 to 10 00, stock ewes per head Revival Service existence the Young Democratic Club performed a corn- I ...... :'. _. ~ I journed for the day. S.O. Bond, president emeritus of ! Dr, Louise Johnson of the Shop Mr. and Mrs. Osbourn Darr and I services at 2 p. m. .... rnor ~o leaving Ior wasnlng~on - mendable service, but it m to the cre&t of the Young l ~o,~o ~ ~ .... ,~ ~ I Senator Randolph had Cold us S~lem. College ,and dean of West i herd College faculty spen,t Christ- family of Hagersevown were recent t Jefferson McCollura : Democrats that they were among the first to realize that ~b'dri've~'~n [ ~ .meet him for .lunc~h a.a priv.a~. Virglma educators. Dr. Bond was I mas in St. Louis, Missouri. While guests of his parents. [ town officiwting BU! ..... we h i d mnmg room ]n ,~ne ~ap~oi WHICH presider~t of Salem College while I visiting there'Dr. Johnson was in Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moats I the Methodist '~rave " an orgamzatmn embracing a wider age group was needed, i Washing on re se edu e to] .... ~ a, ~ ....~, ,.,,~,, ,'~ ...... stage a one day stroke on the day , The new organization can be expected to have a respected ) .......... ~ ~,~,,, ,^ ~oo,.~,,, J Mrs. Randolph and their son, Dr. Ikenberry served as academic / an automobile accident which de of Halfway, Md. visited Mr and I ...... dean there. I layed her return %o the campus. Mrs. Jivnmy Boyd Sunday. [ "A Mb-~,qa ~f say in the political direction of the County. It should i l s i' ad ann on' r ng" IF rank; the Chaplain of the Sen- Mr. John Maine. librarian at I She received minor injuries but Master Charles Walker is _ not be dmtatorml or appear to be ommpotent; but m the ) car down town and taking a cab I a~e, ~o1.. I~uts ~onnson, ~ecre- Shepherd College is a medical pa- i has recovered satisfactorily, fined to his home with flu. I Will De ~ermon .... ~ s tory oi ~eiense unaer "rruma., very nature of things will have much to say about the ! to .~he Capital, in.ce I kn..e~, that ] and a small erou- of clos~ rson .... parking space in ~ne cap~,ai area . -- ..... .~ ~;,~,~7,~ .............. IMrs. Edgar Smallwood. I .............. | = selectmn of candidates m the County who seek office on ,~s,,~-~,ll,, ,,n o,~enin~ do,,' w,,uld ] al fmends of the Randolphs. While a ----=i-=,~-- ........ I Miss Elizabeth Webb and David i ~[~'E:T D~O~DT [ The ~following ache the Democratic ticket. To that end we hope that it willtbeout'of''~inomylWewere !unching ah.~.'tofpeple |~,||1=~ ][~ ~|][||~]Webb visited with Mr. and Mrs. i |vErnaL| ~Lr~| /vices ~or Sunday, $ - ..... ] ) 'n " in came ,n~o congra~umce ~en~or at all tlmes maintain an objechve weT. surprise (and uck ~ hnd g a ]~o.,~,),h Ar~,,~ th,~ ~h, ,~r~, ha" lla-ll0 lV a=YllVll [Lewis Swope of Bolivar on Men- 'I ]other church eventS There are some six thousand registered Democrats in I freepffrking space~w, ~2~~ks I c ' by were' au.l- u ]er,"hl ai [day.even!ng: ..... I I ]following week s_W~ the County and we hope the bulk of them will find their I-'.'.:" "we '~"n~med;;'?e~ ~to'Jen" I man of Vhe Democratic National I ~rs. ~asn,een vianas en,serea i The quotations of The Blue Rid iTuesday for St. "1~ ..... we n~ Y - Committee" Lea Biffle former Sec way to the new orgamzatmn. It ~s a partman orgamza- I nin-s' office to "ick u~" the coveted J - . ,._ .~ 7 .. . Vienne, Va. I will be Ior ~t few days for x-rays ] Town Monday Jan 12, 1959 t the Ray. Richard ~. ., ~ ,~ ~" re~ary ca ~ne ~ena~e; ~ena~or . e eipt of ca~tie and hogs ~eavy l St~ hen, to be sure, but at the same hme ] should be remem- I passes, and from Vhence went by [ Mike Mansfield Assistant Major- F, ditor and etc i R c ' " " Sunday Church " bored that it has been organized in the interest of good i the little.suabi-way to tehverSeh~ate [ity leader of ti~e Senate; Bryson Stair]t,. of J~ff-rson~ ~ -Advocate [ Sunday visitors w~th Mr. and ] o ,,~.~, ,,,,~ ,,~,,~,,-'~"'"; ~.v. ........... ,~..~,,~ m.', Robert. Ross,.00~ $ : government, and not for the specific needs of a few in- oanery., aam on to v. y~ g, J I~ash, nvws commentator. I was ...... I Mrs. S. W. Hahn were Mrs. Ray-I.~a+tle __~ h^-- iT he Service at 11. .... even ~ne emva~ors, was oy pass thinking how nice I would be ff ~narles x own w va ~ v ~**u ~ , l ~,~wduals. It IS not a machine, and should zealously guard The seats reserved for us in ~ne I Wa,~, m~,~, e,~,~ h~, ~,~.. . " ]mend Cain and daughter Mrs. Joe _ . . : . . men, 'A Miracle of .... v n b t ........ " ........ ,-,-~ -o -- ...... Dear Max: /Alder of B~Itimore, Md. I r'eamre o.~ sam was ~nme veal sery held during ~,o* against trying to be one. It is but a medmm through Gallery could not ha e bee e - I all of a sudden In he wal~:'ed He Please renew my subscription to 1 'Weekend guests with Mr. and I $41;h0j..Ix~n,bs top $22.00; cows ,hour ~ollows the ~r ~).nQ IOq/llS s~ronger , ee~ which those interested in the principles of the Democratic .was sort 2f like being on Jvisl~ed wl%h us for about fifteen jv~ur n~r~r T finn T ~n't. ~. ~ [Mrs. S. W. Hahn was Mr. Hahn's [Luther League m ~'~-~ w'-~t.h~-~'~t- i'(.-'~,.-i~'-~-lmo~'t." ~ [,brother from Ak~'on Ohio who was ] Choice butcher steers none" ch ~t 6"30 p m ; j~_,~ . . ', ~'ne~mra base line near ,Home Party can advance their philosophy. To that end it de- o .... ~ I, and is surprisingl.y spry. I ................ ~ .......... ' ' I ' ....... ~ *- ..............~, ......... ..... - )~mT Know ni my ~r~.r. aa~ra~ln~ ~ ~oocl as u vi~.t hrwn~ | Mr. B. F. Hahn. He ,lef, t yesterday ] good bu.tcher steers 25.50 to 27.25; Comer. Senior I~, In o ' ....... . ............................. , r~ serves me suppor o! genu e ~em cra~s, mtely to our ragh~ was ~he Jam- [ for Mr. Truman. Believe me I was ] Please bi|| m~ f~ I am unabl~ Its visit friends and rel~vtives m ]plain to medium steers 22.00 o meets at the parse ...... ~ " " 2 0 , ng med section reserved for the press,,~,,~ ' I ~a Iind the ,~n~t. u-v~hero in %ho iSu'mm*t .Poir~t before returning 5.0 ; choice butcher heifers 25.00 [ m. General meeti ..... [,back tO his home m Ohio. to 27.00; good butcher heifers 21. circles of the uni. ............. I We had a commanding view of the i'"Ano~h~ eat at t~he luncheon I ............. t~ I= whole chamber with the exception gu ~'~"~ i Mrs. Myra Brai~th,@aite of Ran I 50 .to 24.00; .plain to medium heif i Church Women on ~|U ~ ~U~ ~ ' I of a .small section at the righ ]was Senator Randolph's adminis- ~ena m: [son with Mrs. Willa Braithwaite l ers 17.00 to 21.00; good bulls 24.00[p. m. at the chU~ rear - rti~n of the room but sin Itrative assmt~n Miss Mane Lan- ] Mrs. H. H. Sembower land son of Berryville were in Win I to 26.00; plain ;to medium bulls 21. ]"Story behind Vhe _, We learned of the action of the Board of Trustees of ce this was occupied by Republi-[C~'lghaeslS Creha~eieng~hg:?lmeUSm~end I Route 4-Box 464 ~chester on Monday taking Mrs. 0~ to 23.00; commercial cows 20.-lnesday Circle I (~ Vienna V~ I Robert BraI%hwa~e to the hospital 00 to 21 00; utility cows 19 00 o meets ~t.t the home ~ ..... ~cans I could not have cared less Storer College In closing the mshtutmn at Harpers Ferry 1 -" lv "h V" ~" --" [of his staff I ,,~_-: -:~. ..... [there where she gave birth t5 a 20.00; canners and cutters' 18.75 i Stone at 2:00 p m. C~ . , . ~narp y a~ ~we e e ice t-rosa- and merging w~th Alderson - Broaddus College with m~xed den~t strode into the Chamber and I This, you will recall, Is my third/ ~rma wm~ung~on~ ]baby girl on Tuesday morning. !down; cows by ~he head up ~o i)Bane) meets Wedn~ venture of a political nature to the feeling The local institution has had a long association .the Senate convened with a pray- I ..... . . ! ' . I ~... . [Both mother and baby are doing i $266.00; stocker and feeder steers p m ~t ~he home o~ r lal WliQS OI wasmng~on xou remern ~a~e oz wess wrglma [fine. ] up ,to 30.00; stock heifers and bulls T'raii'. Senior Oh~ -, with county, activities, particularlYl withe the.b .Negr race and m:elye by the.SenatechaP_iouowlng mls vnen'newImmeC]ano ]ber how i~., .~952 I at'tend~n~ ~,. a Ltn-!- Department of State ] Mr. ,and Mrs. Ed~rard Young ,by the head up to 200.00; i Thursday at 8:00~SP: has unquestmnably made a cu rural c ntn utmn to the con]- re-cloyed senators came forward [ coln Day box dinner and was treat Charleston, 'W. Va. ] were Tuesday visitors wi,th Mr. Choice o ,pri,me calves 38.00 .to Choir practice, Fnr~ munity, state and nation But at the same time it has inalphabetical groups of four and ]ed. to chicken bones. !ns~ad.d..of ! Jan-~rv 9 1959 I and Mrs. Jim Young and family. 41.50 good bu.bcher calves 30 00 m Special Brothe~, ~ ~ cmczen wHen my pontical amnac long been apparent that the College would experience the the Vice President administered[ . , . . ..... ....... , . " " 0 ) ~a~ ~ ...... ~,,^. I ' ,to 37.00; medium butcher calves on Friday at 7.3 P'~ :~ .................... ~" the oath of office It is customary I ion Decame Known. ~nd cnen ms~ ,-- ^. if:aft., ~u,~u~I _ .._ 26.00 to 29.50 thin calves 25.00 i catechism class m~ ~, greates~ sorl; OI (llIIZCUI~y in reopening iOlJOW]ng ll;S cJo~lng , _ "~ . _ Iveo. ~orbera end I wore in,~*o~ +^ ~ . ............... ~or eacn new senaz, or ~o oe escor- i- .... ~,~ .......... ~pin-Aavoca~e | | ~ | ~ ~--,~,a B I down; heavy calves 24.00 .to 3500; i at 10:00 ,a. m. Co~ a ~ew years ago. ~ronlcaJiy, ~ne ~m~e~ b~a~es ~upreme ted down the aisle with ,the State's I a dinner at the Stwtler staged :by Charles Town, W. Va. I I ~ | U~ ~, | | A L | lambs good 20.00 to 22.00; lambs I meets at~ vl Court decision outlawing segration in the public schools was other senator, and I thought i~ I my law. school.ho.n.oring.two of her Dear Mr. Brown: I I - I plain 16.00 to 1950; buttcher ewes] . " S i ~'~'~ ...... *" odd that Ohio's new Senator graaua~es cnarne r~nyne ann ,~ Derhaps the principal factm" m closing the local lnstltu~mn.. . . I~,o~ ~::,, ~ ,, ..... + ...... As I am turning over the duties I ! "~"|1 I J~i-T-~][] " . ^^ _= [ ,, .... xoung was escorted down the ms- ~,~ ..... ,, ................. Before the decmmn the West Vwginm Legmlature had been L~,,~.,- J,~n~,n instead ~f / h, ave ever made or wi~ll make could of the office of Secretary of State / @'1" '"" up zo z .oo;. . ( Feb. 5, PentecaS a01e to appropriate money to the local College for op~ra- Fran'k L'ausche""I l~'~earned later I be any more pleasant and enjoy- to my successor, I want to take / Good bu~vcner n0gs 18.00 to 18.- J tional use under the then recognized legal doctrine of separ- ,that Young was' peeved with Laus t ~ble than our ~trip of last Wednes this opportunity ,to express to you | A total of six births occurred a~ 40; medium butcher ,hogs 16.75 I Revival services ~i~ my sincere thanks for the cooper-J,the Charles Town General Heap]- to 17.75; heavy butcher hogs 16.-~**,~ D:,~ ..... ~1 6~'~ ate but equal school facilities The Supreme Court decision .che..for n o~. giving.him., any .help I nay. ~ ..... 1,, ~tlon you have extended to me dur |al during 'the period of January 5 to 18.00; butcher sows 11.00 ,to t~ ......... taFdl~ 'HW'M" ing my term of office. [ 7 to 13 with the stork divining 17.00; hcavY feeders and light bu~- ] n[.h~"~el~.u, ary 5 t0 ' To you and the members of|them equally between boys and cher hogs 17.00 ,to 20.00; shoats!~; .... ~ ~d your s~aff my warm and personal [ girls per hundred 23.00 down; pigs per i ~." "~',#~'~'v ni~ wishes for a most satisfying year[ A d~u~hiL~r T~mmv T~u ~v~.R head up to 13.50; heavy boars 8.00 i~m'~,~,'~,;"';~,~'l~ L~ : lack of assistance the State was ending "n keep'ng the in- " of 1959 |born Mrs 'Don: to 1000" stags 10.00 to 1400" li~cl~,.~a~n-'N/C '~ stitution open, it was forced to close. _ _ 2 Present plans call for merging 'the institution with an in- ~ A ~ I F T fl ~r M Sincerely, . /aid R. wean of Burkit~svllle, Md.;stock ,boars 10.00 ~o 18.00. I asked to keep ~i~. Helen Holt .and .the sarn~ day a son.. Ar~thony Miscenaneous. . sa~es start 11"00) and. inv~d...__ to ~t~u, , Morris was born o Mr. ,and Mrs, A. M.-Livestock Sales at 1:30 ~). Iwhen ever uossibl,~ n fu S ii i"- / V I1 " tegrated Baptist College at Phillipi. E dowment nd i 3504 ORkmont Ave. Donald M. Rideou.~ of Charles m. eech Monday. i == presently on hand for the use of Store,- will be transferred ~)-~ g~l~r.~.,,,~ .~m~llw,,] Phcm~ 9N l? OgA I Baltimore 15 Md. ]Town .... . INeighborhood t;lU" : to the Alderson - Broaddus authorities for administration by ................................... ' Two births also occurred Friday Meet At Link Jefferson Publishing Co. /January 9, a son John Marshall Yokefe,ows Pate [ ..... "~ them in keeping with the purpose for which Storer College .... ~narms TOWn, w. va. /born 'to Mr. and Mrs. George B. I ~._ood~ was created. As much as an effort as possible to main- Regular Worship Services willI Mrs. Walter Burdick and in- Dear ~irs: [Funk of Braddock Heights, Md. ~f ~ #~ ~#tr ~n~ll~ I , The Neighborn~ - rain the integrity of Storer College, its heritage, and its be conducted by Rev. Butcher on far~t son Dale Edward returned I am enclosing money order for I and a son Alvin Ray, born to Mr v~ ~,~#o v ~v~ uu,~,l I s~ration ClU~ar~~ ~# r +~q~ ~;~1~ OO~ o+ A1A~r~,,, ]~r,,~A~,,~ W;11 )-,,, m~,-],= -~,, Sunday, January 18 at 11:30. A i to their home on Drew Farm from three dollars and fifty cen'ts for land Mrs. Raymond Chrisman of _. [gnoovnoo~ r' "sr~ ~,~,;~,,~ ,~, .......... ~.~""~" ~",;~'~'~ ,.~ * ~'~'~'~" ,~"," very cordial welcome is extended'the Charles Town Oeneral HoB- sttbs~,d,tion ,,~ "o ....... e~ "r an IMartinsburg "me annual banquet ~or the]will hold i'ts regul ~ " zeel ~na~ ~nose responsible. Ior. ~ne. Iounolng. oi ~mrer us J- to all to come and worship with pital on Saturday. ~"~ ~'~ " ~" "~" .... ~: 7, lege would approve thin decmlon. Certainly they w,,uld us. I Mrs. C. D. (Bill) Mercer spent other year I would be lost Without I January 11 'a daughter, Brenda Y.oke.~ellows Bible Class of ~he ] ing^on Tuesday m ~I' your .~auer to c~t~ uu on home I Lee was born to Mr and Mrs ~naries Town t'resoy~enan C,hur- i "~:~u at the 'nom~, -: prefer that assets which have been brought into being for . A recent gift received by the Monday wi~h her sister Mrs. Carltown ............. news. % .......... ]Douglas, L, Hirtton of" Kearneys-" _oh ..... will be held in the chapel on~ I Link, Jr. The .less~l~r~.'~i = use at Storer should be used at some other institution Memorial Fund of the Kablet~.w,n ~nan~ sOi~ck~as~SOn WHO nab peon ...... i ville" and on Tuesda- J~n 13 a ~'naay mght ~'eoruary 6. A roas~ ! will be given ~bY~ xours respec~iuuy ' " " ' ' " n~ - - "n cnurcn was m memory o! ~ne la~e ' u,, ~,,~ o ~, o~. , ' ] daughter t:)ebra "ane was rn .turkey and ham droner w, ll .be ser I era 4-H Age 7 ~J , rather than not used at all. That, 1 a nut shell, is the es .... Di bo ' "- . . Mr. John Goode from the Kable- t Dennis Glalze has suffered an- , Heroert L. Shaud I,to Mr and Mrs Kermit Runkles ved at 6:45 p. m. 'by ~he Women I please be prese _:,:~ = BencH of the decision of the Board of Trustees. Meanwhile town Parent-Teachers Associasion. other ulcer attack and has been ~ I Surgical uatients admitted ~of The Church. The banquet ccan I ested in becon~u)'; , we shall look with interest as to the future disposition of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood 'rumblinihome from aches! for several 222 Summit Ave I~he hospital'were" Joseph Barren mittee of JoB. A. Warrenfeltz, [invited .to attend...~ - +l~ I~,,A ~na buildings ~t the -resent cam-us site It is and infant Albert Elwood have re-iwee~:s, ne ~s a ~resnman a~ Snep Hagerstown Md. [of Kearneysville;" Mrs. Margaret HarryL. Carper, Wilbur Tharpe] .- ~~t~ = ........... understood that Alderson Broaddus does not desire" "to per turned to their home in Ranson herd College. ~,,-,~-~" ........ ~ ~,~, I V. Gayhart~ . Ranson', Mrs. Anna ann ~v~ax, ~rown ,nab aireaay, s~ar~ I ~ed China g~=" : ...... " . ..... " - after visiting his brother-in-lawI Lester Carroll, youngest son of ' ' i M Muncey Leesburg Va" Master ed to plan the program for the ociviet t~es.~ Mr Max Brown Ed~,tor castor and It ~s ex cted that a ~ , germ any ox l~s ~u~ure operauons on presen~ ~rer and sister Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sow j Mr. and Mrs. Alec Carroll has . ' I Alien D. Breeden Charles Town" ' " pc' ' i __.~ tO - site And since the buildings will no longer be in use for era and family for several weeks.' been ill with the virus. His grand Dear Mr. Brown, [.and Mm Mary F.' Pulse Summitguest speaker will be named in the I Canadians urg~*~a~ " +1..," ..... v,,~ , ~,;~ +~, ......... ~,,,,,;~,~A ; ,~,;)! l~,~ ;, Leon Sowers an employee of the I parer~ts, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Unger am enclosing check for t e i t. ' " " ' ~ week or so. I enemy .from int~"L cumDen~ ............. upon someone, wnemer 1~ ~e w~e presen ~o)'er ~nlHmann ~aa~ress ~o.., ecansonh ~ carmwooath naVecar oeenhoreCen~e v~s~- dollars and fifty cents for renewal [ Medleai :p~tients admi,t~ed were: ~ , , . ct~t a deep wound on his left and l to s at eroll m . of our home county paper..We en- J Little James E. H~rrison, Jr. City; ~ - Board or the Board of Alderson- Broaddus, to dmpose of from the little finger nearly t.o the| V, O. Comer and Sons, Win- joy .the news so much from our ]Mr. Ray E. Mikkonen, Joppa, $/id.; _.,~ '" that It is understood that the Federal ~overnment is in- wrist which required/six stitches. I chester Va. have a fleet of trucks home state and look forward each [ Mr. Oharles E. Rowland, City; [~|M~'~ A||Tfl ~IA~ 2 te ?ested ,n the s,te, for possible use as , tu're eai m IcnurrS~n%~i?:n~r twhaesa id ngC lh ulmga 5OrtnsDfe f~rat~nze~ht~ week to getting ,the news. IMiss Pe.y A. Giffin, H~rpers ,|,1~# ~ #~t~.~ ~1=,~ ~a.i, Thanking you kindly J Ferry, RD 1; Mrs. Nancy C. E ngle SCflOOl Ior persons ~o be employee Dy t e uepar~ ~ece of wood which was fastened = . . ~ . . . " . " =) P' ' is owned by Mrs. Hebe Dick of L the Intermr m the Admlmstratlon of the Natmnal 1ark with metal strips. I"The Rocks". Katherine'E Clipp]Harpers Ferry. RD 2; Dr. )nnie ~ ................. ~'* I Youngblood, Harpers Ferry; Mr. DA~gt~ W ~rA ~ ~,..=.+ ~,. 1-A D~N'S Service. ]f this can and should be done it would serve to .Mr~ ,Lr0Uise Red.spent Sat urdaeYlDeath of Turner Knight i'~'l~r,~, ~,~ .... ,,.~" o,,.,~,,~" ~,.~,, ......................... ~,~,. ~,,u "~'" ..... .~ ,~,~,,o,,__.. =Sl~ ..... ' w~n e sls~e -n-~aw ~ars. ~ess _ continue the use of the facilities at Harpers Ferry for the ........ ~ .... ~ .... ~.~ w~ t Word was, received Sunday ev- Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smallwood Imas K. Lee. Baltimore, Md,; Mr. Complete Auto Glass Service, Curve WlnU . " .................................. enin by relatives of the death of aStended the funeral of their un IWilliam Clark, Upperco, Md.; Mr. ]Rab Glass Most Glass Cut and Install betterment of this community, a use that they have effec- resides with her sister in Balti-/_ g " ..... t Phi" cle Mr. Edgar Hurst in Purcell INicho~as J. Fern]cola, City; Little ..... -- '-'e ~ - Hv~Iv ~o)~z~r] in th~ w~f more durin~ the winter [Turner /s.nlgn, reslaen ca '~ ~- ~" ~ .... J ............. t~ .... lt~'~ Allo~'~'Off~1~h o f,~m~r r~s /udelphia. Mr. Knigh~t died at his ville, Va. on Sunday afternoon. Af ITerry L. Jenkins, Ranson; Mr, the Hour. Also Desk Tops, Coffee Tam :!~ ........... " .......... .............. "" f se ter the funer~ Mr. and Mrs. [James A. Everhart, City; Mrs. Ka a .... a~ ......... ~" Ident of this community but now home, following an illn~SSsOervicVs Zmall~vood visited Mr. and Mrs. ithleen F. Viands, Ran son; Mr. ,,- ~ ~s,-o ............ .- .... .,;,,#. ~ residing in Ranson entered the erai montns:= ~.unera~ ...... Will Marcus whom they haven't iJake H. Miller, Ranson; Bu!by + " .... h ster ,were conau~ea ,trom ~.e ~..~m- .~ Memorial Hospital zn Wmc e . din nlIOI i~ @Ill E ~h,rSa~, Jan 8fortreatmentlsOnl:tigby Funeral H0me in Me ,seen for several months. [Mark L. Jackson. KearneysvHle; ALL WORK GUARANTEED ~ ......... "' " " ere - rllaLlb li~HLL Mrs. Daisy Smallwood of Jeff-lea:.wit-~ bu.r@ th .: - , Mr. and Mrs. ROy Breeden and [Miss Joan L. Twyman, Hb, rpers " - a~m~-mm--~ "-- or~nn Av~ ~h~rlo. Tow" snentl ~ar. ~mgn~ ~s weiJ Known m sons Philip and Wayne drove to [Ferry; Mrs. Della M. Pearl, City; PHONE 1074 ...................... V Frederick on Sunday afternoon. [Mrs. CharloVte A. Powers, Baby ........... : ~ Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clar-ICharles Town and Ber~yville, a. ........... ence 8mallwood ~He married the former Miss Ma-, Mrs. Richard Brai~thwaite and ]Wayne S. Michaels, Jr., Knoxville, Jan 15 - It Having accepted empmyment in Cadiorma ann moving ~. .... I,~o ~r~,~o ,,e ~ro~,~,, ares,, children spent Sunday night with [Md.; Baby Mark W. Martin, .Har- " ' " .... rt Miss r~oxanna ~Jhpp sPen~ r'ri ............ " ................ immediately, we will sell the following Personal Propc y ............ ~ aun* "'rs ~-I~ave two children, a daughter, in Mrs. Braithwaites~arenCs Mr. and pers Ferry. at our residence located on Route 48 one mile North of nay mgn~ ~v~H~j*er. ~.,~ ~v~.. ~W. lwa~in.,~" r~ e~ and a son in Kearneysvllle and 3-miles South of Shcpherdstown, on El.sea.z~.near,,l~l~arvl,nt~na~pe1':n~[M~