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--From The Files of The-- OF JEFFERSON- FARMERS ADVOCATE By:--Mrs. June (Slusher) Bohrer don, W. L. Gibson, Cashier and J. : L. Burns Jr. Harry N. Watson was elected as Justice of the Peace to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Jas. A. Smith. Officers for the Independent Fire Co. for the new year inclu- ded Chaplain, Dr. G. G. Sydnor, Captain C. F. Reininger; Secre- tary, Kable Johnson; Treasurer, Charles Peer; 1st Lt. N. N. Ander- 10 YEARS AGO -- 1951 "1 many years an esteemed resident son; 2rid Lt. Willard Hough; 3rd ,~: Henry M. Sydnor for-If Shepherdstown. ... . Lt., Robert Thomas. resident of Charles Town ] MARRIED: At the t~aivary we- 40 YEARS---~O -- 1921 t his home in Sherman, Tex Ithodist Church, Frederick, Md. by ss Clara May Leslie at her i tMhessR~iV~rD:r B~_inuJna~e~ntKMMr e~iof C.HarpersE. MarlattFerryWaSandelectedj. K. GrubbMajr on W. Congress St.; Miss ].~. g ry - --." Major of Bolivar in their an- Cary Ambler at her home liam rage t~ell, both oz unarms as St.; Gervis Gardner a former resident of Har at his home in Upper Md. l0 YEARS AGt) -- 1941 home on W. Liberty St. James A. Smith; in a hos- at Silver Spring, Md., Miss Kagey. Miss Kagey had with her sister and Mr. and Mrs. Allen of Charles Town; at Heart Home in Hyatts- Miss Agnes Gibson for Town; at Glenville, S. C., Mrs. nual election. Ethel Clevenger of Bolivar to Mr. DIED: In Baltimore, Harry Thomas Randolph Allen of South Carolina; at St. Peters Catholic Church in Harpers Ferry by the Rev. Thomas C. Healey, Miss Jos eph Doran to Mr. John DeLauder both of Harpers Ferry. The Board of Directors for the Bank of Charles Town, newly.e!- ected were Milton Burr, prem- dent; James W .Strider, Vice President; H.H. Huyett, F. A. Brown, S. S. Dalgarn, M. T. Stri- der, J. Frank Turner, C. R. Lang- Marshall of this counfy, Manager of the B. & O. Shops in Martins- burg; at his home in Charles Town, Lester W. Robey; at her home in Ranson, Mrs. Mary C. Maxell, wife of A. H. Maxell. Marriage licenses were issued in Charles Town to Clarence C. Moler and Leila Virginia Mulet both of the county; A. S. Rho- des of Rockland, Va. and Mary K. Quick of Charles Town; George Costello and Edith Tumblin both of Clarke County. WILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL TI 60 YEARS AGO -- 1901 J. Ernest Easterday, deputy clerk of the County Court of the county died at his home in Char- les Town. DIED:At the home of her son- in-law, Jacob Fry near Mechanics town, Mrs. Mary Rodeffer; at his home north of Shepherdstown Henry St. John Shepherd. Miss Mary Ferguson, daughter of the Rev. S. G. Ferguson and James Foley, Cashier of the Bank of Clarke County, at Berryville were married in Martinsburg where the bride's father was pas- PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE RANSON. W. VA. Matinee Saturday & Sunda) 3:00 P. M. AT 11:00 A. M. JAMES WOOD HIGH SCHOOL WINCHESTER, VIRGINIA Your Calendar NOW For A Gala Affair RVED FROM 5:30 UNTIL 8:00 P. M, One Show Nightly-- At 7:30 P. M. Children 25c - Adults 50 Wednesday and Thursday January 18 and 19 STARS m A BRING THE ENTIRE FAMILY Friday and Saturday January 20 and 21 --DOUBLE FEATURE-- The First Experiences of A Young Man in the Mys- teries of Woman! $2:00 . CHILDREN $1.25 Attend the Church of Your Choice I very Sunday. PLUS.-- Martinsburg, West Va. Jan. 3 - 3t. , n Model's PROOLK~'II~" A O04.UMSIA ~ iwltryoile tor of a Methodist Church. 80 YEARS AGO -- 1881 MARRIED: By the Rev. Mr. Blake at the home of the bride in this county; Tilden Garnet Bay lor to Miss Sallie Beckwith, dau- ghter of George H. Beckwith. DIED: Near Middleway, Mrs. Lena F. Markle, wife of Samuel Markle; at Clay tiill near Mill- wood, Va.; Mrs. Mary B. Whiting, wife of Francis B. Whiting. Rev. Silar Billings for years pastor of Elk Branch Church, Duf fields, died in Winchester, Va. George W. Green gathered ice 20 inches thick off the Shenan- doah River at Harpers Ferry. 90 YEARS AGO -- 1871 James Castleman of Castle- man's Ferry had his feet frozen while hauling a load of wheat to Summit Point, the nearest rail- road shipping point. Work on the Charles Town and Kabletown pike was started by the contractors. A. M. Evans bought the Kown- ster property in Middleway pay- ing $1350 for it. These qualified County Offi- cers for their several posit- ions by giving the required bond. George W. Chase, Sheriff; Gee. H. Koonce and J. E. Chapline, de puties; William A. Chapline Cir- cuit Clerk; James D. Fayman, Re- corder; John E. Ervin and Robert Kimball, Jailer. MRS. AUSTIN NICODEMUS Church Attendance" Rev. Temple Wheeler will con- duct the morning worship service Sunday morning, January 22 at 9:30 Sunday School will follow at 10:30. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. are expecting their daughter Ruth Rogers from Stuart Hall Staunton, Va. for the weekend also two room mates Louise Riss ler of Texas and Lucy Shaperd of Tenn. Mrs. Arclt Carroll and Mrs. El- eanor Bush and son Steven visi- ted Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carroll Sr. on Friday. 4-H Club Meeting The Blue Ridge Live Wire 4-H Club will meet at the Kabletown School on January 25 at 7 o'clock. Sunday night supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chapman was Mr. and Mrs. Lula Castel of Hagerstown, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. oRbert Leake of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands and daughters Mary and Nancy and Mrs. Bill Viands of the Bloomery were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wile yand fam ily on Wednesday night. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Mr. Fred Pope of Berryvil- le, Va. and Mr .and Mrs. Irvin Moreland and daughter Mary Ann of Leetown, W. Va. Supper guests with Mrs. Elean- or Bush and son Steven were Mr. and M-rs. Louis Carroll and son Kenneth and Mrs. Esther Turner and daughter Mary Catherine. They all enjoyed a delicious tur- keY supper. Farmers Conveniance Paul Chapman left Sunday af- ternoon for Lancaster, Pa. to pur chase a Daffin Mobile feed grind- er. Mr. Chapman will also attend 3 days of school to learn how to properly operate the machine. He plans to demonstate his new ma- chine in this county next Men. day. The exact time and place will be announced later. Mrs. Straith Briscoe and Mrs. Dick Bell motored to Winchester, Va. on Friday to do some shop- ping. On their return home Mrs. Briscoe was guest for dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bell. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lloyd on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and sons of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. John Vawter and family of Shepherdstown, Mr. and Mrs. Con ard Burner and family of Martins burg and Mrs. Bessie Lloyd. in Harrisonburg, Pa. Miss Elizabeth M. Smith and Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. were callers on Mrs. Straith Briscoe on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Griffith and daughter Debbie and Ken- neth Carroll visited Mr. and Mrs. Alec Carroll and family on Sun- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bell were visitors at the home of her bro- ther in-law Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and family on Sunday night. Mr. Charles M. McDonald has returned to Manistee, Michigan where he is employed with the Standard Lime and Cement Co. after spending the holidays with his family. Mrs. Woodrow Adams and children Debbie and Franklin vis ited with her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Orndorff of Clear- brook, Va. on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Smith Jr. "Silver Spring" was on a bus- iness trip in Waynesboro, Va. on Thursday. On return to Mount Jackson, Va. they stopped to see a friend Miss Effie Moore. Mrs. Julia Royston of Millwood. Va., Mr. Kenneth Chamblin of Berryville, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chamblin and children of Ranson were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and family on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carroll Sr. and son Kenneth visited Mr. and Mrs. Herman Copley in Balti- more. The Copleys returned home with the Carrolls to spend the weekend. Mrs. Gladys Morris of Belmont California who has been spending some time with her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Burch of Rippon visited with friends and relatives in Mar- tinsburg last week. Mr. and Mrs. David McDonald and children spent last Sunday with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lee of Berryville, Va. Mrs. Hilda Boyd and children Mrs. Donald Herring, Dottie and Jane of Winchester, Va. were callers of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Alec Carroll and Mrs. Louis Carroll Jr. attended the New Years Eve Dance at Rid- geway, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Magaha and children of Charles Town were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Branden- burg of Hagerstown, Md. on Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams attended the Western Style Square Dance of South Hagers- town, Md. on Saturday night. There were 320 people that atten ded the dance. The proceds goes to the South Hagerstown School to send a student to college. Mrs. Vawter In Hospital We are sorry to hear that Mrs. John Vawter formerly of Rippon but now in Shepherdstown is in the Charles Town Hospital for x- rays and check-up. While Mrs. Vawter is in the hospital her dau ghter Debbie stayed with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lloyd. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicode- nms were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester White and family of Middleway on Saturday night. Goldberg to seek labor busi- ness cooperation. Congress panel weighs impact of U. S. sibsidies. Navy shifting air warning base to Iceland. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rAnMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1961 5---B FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA Millviile Plant No. 899 Charles Town Mar-tinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 ANNOUNCES A Change in Visiting Hours Effective January 15, 1.961 l i VISITING HOURS WILL BE: 2:30 P. M. - 4:00 P. M. 7:00 P. M. . 8:30 P. M. Consideration will be given to private room patients, critical patients and relatives of patients having surgery performed. qP This new policy is being promoted to offer our nursing personnel more advantageous op- portunities to render more complete and thor- ough nursing care to our patients and their needs. I Mrs. Glenn Magaha and child- "6"" Secret! ........ ren Ricky and Darlene of Char- unoay - lv onaay - luesaay les Town were supper guests at January 2z, z~ ann z~ the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles een Hanley, popular .... ~ .... ]Adams on Friday. ~ ~::~" I Mr. and Mrs. George Griffith | orl: fashion model, is ~ ' f hearing - but no one [~ 'Z:: ~~- I~,,~,, [ ] and daughter were dinner guests know it i She wears the I -~: t~~ ,J~Jl~K~ I I with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Carroll Sonotone hearing aid [ "~J ~'~'~ |t'Wi~ ] I Sr. and son Kenneth on Sunday. lthelatest styles.With- i ~:~', ~ Dr,~l~ I I Mr. Garnet Payne of Kearneys- I~ ~'~lk~ as I [ville, Mr.M.L. Adams, Mr.H.O. r she says, she couldn t ] ~[ ~ ~ ~_" i ]Wilt and Mr. Charles Adams at- Ccess. I~[ ~lll~ll']l'Sl~.ll.~l~ I I tended the Farm Show in IIar- Wea~ her Sonotone at l ~...~a~y~ ~. |~ l I risonburg, Pa. on Thursday. "~} "" i"~ "" 7"00 ~te.~tt,~rr+~ {AJtrrVI..e , Plvdu t nJ~i[~.,,...~.....,~l . i / of fashion shows and ~rd~" I Mrs. George Bell visited her $ $ t assignments.., and ]Mrs. Lores Carroll St. on Tues- '[} ~N JUDITH ANDE~}N ]brother and sister-in-law Mr. and ever spots it, Her --ANN~ ................. MAR[~ ALBERGHETT[ I' " I day 0 t s worn behznd the The Princess' i New Years festivities were ered by her hairdo. _ l held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ^ p.,mo.m ~d,*~ TECHNICOLOR ;of her hearing aid St]' - ow 3 8 P.S. Nicodemus Jr. at Winches- on the body. nday Sh s:-- & P.M. ter, Va. Guests in attendance 10~ ~II~ one can help you, as ~-- were as follows: Mrs. Ethel At- e helped Kathleen Wednesday, Thursday, I kins, Mrs. Lora Day, Ranson, Mr. Call, drop in or write :::::::::ii!::!:: ~--a_. _=.a * Alec Stone, Newton D Baker, .,., o.. . $ .00 Per Pair information about " ...... 2+ a .... 8 Martmsburg Mr. and Mrs. Johnny aanuary nu hearing aids-plus an McCracken and sons Jimmy and fashion book. Let ' Values To $7.95 how YOU, too, can ,hear your best. ROY B. PURR, Manager 8 th Potomac Street Hagerstown, Md. Phone Hagersotwn REgent 3-3242 or Town 825 David of Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Nicodemus Sr., son Roger Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and family were dinner guests at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Homes Wood on Sunday. Mrs. Virginia Burdick and children of Kabletown were Sun- day callers with Mrs. Charles Mc- Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow attended the Farm Show in Har- risonburg, Pa. on Thursday. Mrs. Freda Hinton from Clearbrook, Va. Debbie and Franklin whiie their were LL West Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. t ) )