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AHHUA OF THE FOR 1958 Organized 1884 - 75 Years of Service ---- STRICTLY VOLUNTEER .... -'-- .... We are pleased to submit to you our Annual Report, showing the cost of maintaining our department and various other infolznation which we believe you may find of interest. We hope you will analyze this report, and note that even though our members give their services without charge, our operating expenses have gTadually increased. Cost of Maintaining Our Department: Gasoline, Oil, Etc. for equipment ............ $ Maintenance and Repair of equipment ........ Ambulance Expense ........................... Fuel Oil .................................... Ambulance Supplies .......................... General Maintenance ......................... Insurance on Building and Bonds for Officers Insurance, Liability and Member Accident Insurance .............................. Repair to Overhead Door .................... Equipment for Firemen ...................... Fire Prevention Program at Morgantown ...... 580.62 1,139.63 632.86 335.20 357.50 731.61 66.00 695.18 459.06 678.97 155.28 Firemen Training, School, and Public Relations329.95 Miscellaneous and Office Expense ............. 312.55 Cost of New Salvage Wagon and Equipment.. 2,385.49 Reserve for New Ambulance ................. 849.43 ileserve for New Fire Truck ................ 2,051.65 .., we again +call to your attention that one of our trucks has been in service for twenty-seven years and is badly in *,need of replacement. We are still putting aside a certain amount of our receipts each year towards a re- placement of this truck, so anything you can do to in- crease your contribution this year will be appreciated. have not and do not anticipate making a special d ve for this purpose in the near future. 72 town alarms, o9 country alarms, and 3 mutual aid alarms were answered in 1958. Fire loss for the year approximately $218,285.00. We particularly bring to your aw : ;t b!i:l 58h m 'r ii rafters were built right against the chimney.. In most cases fire developed beyond the cuiymnes. There were also several serious barn fires during 1958 which were directly attributed to defective wiring. We recomntend that all farmers have their wiring checked. 40 of the above alarms were in residences. It would be worthwhile foi you to take note of the following sug- gestions, and perhaps in 1959 we could have fewer fire alarms and lower fil'e losses. Fire prevention pays off! We suggest the following for your safety: Have your oil furnace or heater cleaned regu: larly :at least every three'.m0nihs, +. Be sure you clean your coal furnace at le& t twice a year. Keep oily mops in metal containers. Do not start your fire with kerosene. Keep your cellar, pantry, and attic clean of trash. Do not overload your electric wi ing. Have your chimney cleaned and keep it cleaned. DO NOT SMOKE IN BED. Inspect your home r e g u I a r I y for fire hazards. Make it a weekly MUST. Install several Fire Extinguishers in your home, at le&, t one near your heating unit. L DO NOT put hot ashes on back porch. MAKE 1959 A FIRE SAFE YEAR. / AMBULANCE SERVICE The ambulance service of our company has become a community necessity. 324 calls were made in 1958, 202 of which were local. Oxygen was administered 13 til: es, proving a valuable aid to the patients. 6,945 miles were traveled, including many long distance trips. The boys who man the ambulance have all had first aid training and, of course, perform their services without charge. Charges made for ambulance service barely cover the cost of its operation and reserve for a new ambulance, which must be replaced approximately every five years. "]c. i!i * * * * * * In submitting this Annual Report to the citizens of our community, we assure you that we appreciate very much your continued interest and support. We in turn pledge to you our continued service and training. As you know, our company is supported by contributions received as a result of our Annual Membership Drive, plus profits made from carnivals operated during the summer by the firemen. We appreciate your support in the past and hope that you will send your membership in as as possible. Yours for service, IndePendent Fire Co., Inc. t President Chief 0 I I i NEWS HAPPENINGS IN By Mrs Clarence Smallwood Sledriding was the ace on Sat- urday when youngsters took ad- vantage of the Kabletown hill which was cos,ted with ice. Glad to report there were no accidents although some close shaves. Ger- trude Newcomb a Georgia girl who is residing Wrirtjh her in-laws while her husband is in ,the service saw her first deep snow and enjoyed her first coasting. Due to the road conditions on Friday night last week Bill Mercer spent the night "Y" stands f)r You--the I ! most important factor in our prescription service. Count on us to serve You promptly--and precisely as your Doctor directs. You'll like our courteous service and fair prices. HICHOLS STUCK PHARMACISTS Phone 173 Charles Town, W. Va. Phone 20-F-024 wi, th Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shank of Rangoon. Bill is employed at Goode Brothers Garage. A gift from Mrs. Jessie Clipp was received by the Kabletown Church Memorial Fund in mem- ory of her father the late Mr. Ward Clipp. Mrs. Thomas Mercer and Mrs. Charles R. Langdon attended the U. D. C. meeting when the organ- ization met with Mrs. Merle Alger Blakeley Place, Charles Town last Tuesday night. Mrs, Mercer' was an overnight guest Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. John A. Smith Jr. Jefferson Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Gainees Brown and daughter Carolyn of Charles Town were callers Sunday after- noor; with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. Mr. Robert Cain of Woodlawn Farm Road supervisor was able to report to his oIfice after being ab- sent for nearly a week due to ill- ness. Weekend visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pipes of Avon Wood Farm were Misses Louise and Car- olyn Pipes and seevral friends of LaPlata, Md. Mrs. Mervin Roderick and dau- ghter Marlyn spent Sunday after- noon with their aunt Mrs. George Hale of Jefferson Avenue. Mrs. Grady Owens reports tha~ she 'has heard from her son Grady who is in the U. S. Armed Service stationed In Germany. Grady has returned to camp after spending a 16 day furlough in Paris. Early this past fall he with several bud- dies spent a 45 day furlough visit- ing countries including Spain, Italy, Greece and Switzerland. The boys h,ltchhiked, sleeping out in sleeping bags when weather per- mitted. The new IDZ^ No. 17, 95 bu. spreader has a full year guarantee against de- fective parts. In addition, it has 15 new features designed to make it spread best. Spreads be/fee F urmyl I. $1nted roar arch 2. New capacity---95 bushels S. Bigger Upper cylinder 4. Stronger distributor S. Each paddle replaceable d. Wide ,dlustable toot folds one of way . 7. Higher shielding IteS/l /4Miler i Ily$ I. Steel finrt~ for meehaxdcad |o.ding 2. Siren,st &-hitch extends into frame 3. Bigger distributor bearings 4. New Phenolle fibre heLrings S. New steel endEate 6, Gusset plate frame-to-box reinforcing 7. Box Ire,ted with water repellent penis preservaUve 8. Neoprene oil Ihses stand rough usage Come-in and see it today. Ask for free Lube chart on Ngw IDr~ spreaders. Mr. Gilbert Deener of Brans- We have these Spreaders in wick, Md. was Saturday caller Of stock and ready to make you Mr: and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and f mily. a good deal, if you are inter- Mr. and Mrs. Forres't Hostler ested in a new spreader call and daughters, Emma Lee. Judy, CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. JEFFERSOH FARM EQUIPMENT CO. Brenda and Dale Brookman Phone 691, spen, t the weekend with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Cave Brookman at Shenandoah Junc- tion. Mr. and Mr.~. Leroy Dietrich. Mr. and Mrs. William Wil~ of Chestnut Hill and Mr. Nelson Tur- ner and son Billy were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Turner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Don Monies and daughters, Barbara and Dianne and sons Dom and Tony of Phil- adelphia, Pa. spent from Friday until Sunday with the latters par ents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiley :and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Biggs ot Leesburg, Va. were Sunday even- ing visitors of the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family, Sgt. Eppie D. Penwell is spend- ing a thirty day furlough with his :mother Mrs. Bessie Penwell at +Ranson. He is stationed at Ber- lin, Germany, Mr. Gilbert Dener of Brunswick, Md. was recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lancaster and dau- ghter Dianne. Mrs. Shirley Fitzwater and dau ghter Fay and son Dale were re- cent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bud- dy Dodson and son Terry at MJd- dleway. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Seal and daughter Patsy and son Johnny and Sonny Seal of Ranson were Monday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and fam- ily. Deferred From Last Week Mrs. Margaret Hostler and dau ghters Emma Lee and Wilma were Tuesday visftors of Mr. and Mrs. John Seal and family at Ranson. Rev. T. J. Kerfott of Oldstown, Md. was caller of Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Beahm and sons on Mon- day evening. Mrs. Dorothy Cru,this of Mc- Lean, Va. was Tuesday vis!,tor of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Hen rY Penwell. Mr. and Mm. Frank Ruth and daughter Cheryl and son Frankie of Maryland were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ott and daug, hters Glenda and Cindy and son Stevie of Randallstown, Md. Mr. Homer Newcomb, an era- were Saturday evening visitors of ployee of Marcus Bros. severly cut Mrs, Nellie Oden and family. one of his fingers while removing Mrs. Elsie Painter and daugh- old tin from the premises of the ters Juanita and Linda and Mrs. cold storage. Home remedies were Mary Ott of Ransol~ were Sunday applied and to date t~he wound is dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. For coming along nicely, rest Hostler and family. Robert Sowers expects to en,ter Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson the Charles Town Genei al HoslSi,t- and son Terry of Middleway and al on Thursday for surgery on Fri Mrs. Ruby Ott and daughters day. His host of friends wish for Janie and Cathy were Sunday din him the best. her guests of Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Pfc, Scottie Johnson U. S. M. Fitzwater and family. stationed at Camp LeJeune, N.C. Mr. Philip Galen and Mr. Gent spent the past weekend at the Dillow drove Mrs. Elizabeth Dar- home of Mrs. Johnson's parch, is ling~on 0f Charles Token to Elk,ton Mr. and Mrs. Martin Glaize. on Sunday. She was admi~tted to -- -- L a hospial Chert for ,treitment. [~ I ILl ILl I ILl/'~ ILm We wish her a speedy recovery. ~ ~ I~ I [[~ |~ ~ Mrs. Edward Turner :returned .... . -. -. ,, .,. ,w to her home from +the Charles By Mrs. Pauline oat Town General Hospt~tal where she was a medical patient. We wish Mrs Ludollo Ot.t. nnd ~Lfre I~m,~1 her a speedy recovery.. " ......................... " Mr n r ine Oat gave a surprise birthday , . a d M s. Leon q.~ongerbeam I party in honor of ,their mother an, aaugn~er t~ay an, son z)on- Mrs. Nellie Oden on Wednesday nee of .,Ran,son were Sund~y vi~= nigl~t a't her home She was fifty ~rs o[ ~ne ia~ers parents mr. an, two ,,ears ,,~ -,,- ~,~--~-~-- ~- mrs Forrest Hostler and family 14. Those who helped her to eel-. Mrs. C-olidia Painter and Mrs. ebr~te were Mr. and Mrs_ Theod- Mildred-. Brookman were, Thursday ore oat and dauXh,ters Lind~ and . vlsitorsl of' Mr'and. Mrs, Aldridge. Deanna and sons Teddy Randy :Ba lenger and family a~ Hlllsboro, Joey and Reeky, Steve and Kel~Va. Bre~d~, and Dale Brookman Oden Miss Adeltne Bell Mr. Phil-i '. . iv O~len Mr Bill Oderi and the spent the weezend with their hosts and itostess, There were two lgrandparents Mr. and Mrs. Cave birthday cakes baked by+ Mrs. Lu-] Brookrnan at Shenandoah June- dole Galen. One had fifty,two can+.+ion. .... dles on it. Home made pineapple:l .- Mr. and Mrs.~Praak Aagelo and ice cream ~nd devils food and .wl/sons ..... ~tevie and herin of ,Burke. . low iced cake was serv,~d gh~ r~. |Va. and Mr, and Mrs. Guilford ceived some nice and us~ft~i gi~(s. ~'T~r~eer ~]dd eLau ght~ !.nez and We ho n sons everley an~ pe she has many more hap-, .. ~ . + ' py birthdays ~Juane were ~unaay dinner guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. W,llliam Wilt at Chestnut Hill. Mrs. Myrtle Wilt and Mr. and Ma's. Bob Nicewarner of Charles Town were Sunday realtors 0f Mrs. T. D. oat and so~ Mr. Harry E. Mary Margaret and Wilma Lee oat. and sons. Alfred and Kenny were ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ruth and Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and daughter cheryl and son Frankie Mrs. Leon Longerbeam and faro- of Maryland were Sund,ay visitors Sly at Ranson. of Mrs. Ella,Cliveand Mr. Ernest Cllne, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Oden and Mr. B~ddy Penwell of Charles Town was Sunday visitor of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry PenwelL Get fire, theft, liability insurance for your home... with one policy Jan. 22-4t. II As a homeowner, you should be protected by three kinds of insurance: fire, theft, lia- bility. But you don't need separate policies.., our "'l- Policy" Hem Protection Plan do~ the job! You ma~ save money by hay. in8 one policy.., or get more protection than with several policies.. or both. Call us. P.4 s s t g Hartford Fire lnaurance Com n Mrs. Mabel Wil~ of Chestnut Hill was Sunday visitor of her mo ther Mrs. T. D. Oft and brother Mr. Harry E. Oft. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nick end faro ily of Chestnut Hill were recent ~Is itors of ,the lusters mother Mrs. Vlrgie Lynn ~tnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and dau ghters IAnda and Cathy and son Martin of Middleway were Sun- day visitores of the labters mo- ther Mrs. Mary Cllne. Mrs. Shoemaker and daughter Mazle of Bolivar and Mr. Sammy Oden spen~ Wednesday in Was.h- inKton, I:). C. visling Mr. and Mrs. Farmer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Ott and sons, Donhie. Van, Nell and Oral of Jefferson Avenue were vlsi~ors of the 4ormers mother Mrs. T. D. Ott and brother Mr. Harry E. Oft on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Chaney and daughter Mary Ellen and son Ron nie of the Blomery were Sunday Isi,tors of the l~tters mother Mrs. Le~tie Ott and family. Mrs. Lucy Penwell and Mrs. Bes sie penwell were Sunday vlsV~ors of Mr. ,and Mrs. George Potes and daugttters, Joyce Ann and Shelia at Falrfax, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and daughter C~ndy and son Lee were recent visitors of ~he 'formers par trots Mr. ,and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and daughters Arbutus and Anlon nette at Ohe~nu~ Hill. M~iss Emma Jane Dodson of Mill ville spent Thursday night wi~h Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family. -Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner and family of M~llville were recent vl~i,tors of the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner Sr. Mrs. Lucy Penwell and Mrs. Bet see PenwelJ were Sund~y else,tort of Mrs. Dorothy Cruthis ~t Mc- Leafl, V~. Miss M~e Shoemaker of BoLi- var and ,Miss Adellne Bell were Sunday visY~ors of Mrs. Nellie Oden and fa~n.ily. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Stone and family of Hamilton, Va. were Sun day visitors latters sons Steve, Keith, Terry and ;Olenn Were Saturday Visitors of Mr'. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and fam- ily at Middleway. Mr: and Mrs. Johnny 'Seal and daughter Pa~y .and son Johnny of P~nson were Sunday visl,tors ol the letters paret~s Mr .and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner of IV~illville were recent callers of the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner St. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson and son Terry of Middleway, Mrs. Shir ley Fitzw~ter and daughter Fay and son Dale and. Mrs. Ruby Oft and daughters Janie and Cathy were Sunday visl,tors of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harding and family at Harpers Ferry. Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Obt and daugl~ters Glenda and Cindy and son Starrie of Randallstown. Md. were Sunday visitors of ~he for- mers mother Mrs. T. D. Ott and son Mr. Harry E. Ott. Mrs. Margaret Hostler and dau ghters Emma Lee and Wilma and Mr. and Mrs. George Dlilow were Wednesday dlnner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon I.~ngerbeam and family a~ Ranson. Mrs. Esther Galen and sons, Guy and Frankie of Bakerton were Sun day visitors of Mrs. Nellie Galen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and daushter Cindy and +sob Lee were recent vislitors of the formers par ents Mr .and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt and daughters Arbutus and An- tionnebte ~,t Chestnut Hill. Miss Emma Jane Johnson of M~, Hville was Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostlr and tam ily. Mr. Gilbert Deener of Bra~-~- wick, Md. was receat caller of Mr. and Mrs..Eueene Wll~t and fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin 'Lan- caster and daughter Dianne. ILL By Miss Dorothy Lake A miscellaneous shower ~s ~v en on ff~turday even~n~ In ,the ba eraent-of the M tlvlll Metho- dist C~hur~h fdr Mr. ~tnd Mrs. Wil- llsan Nicewarner of Charles ToWn. "The shower w~s $1ven .by Mrs. Mack Hooe. Mrs. Gerald ~ailey, Mrs. Da- rid Hoot. T'iao~e attending :~he GO cation were Mr. and Mrs. William Nicewarner, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nicewarner, Miss Ruth Nicewar- nor and Mr. and Mrs. David Ho0e have been selected and planted on of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. the edge of the woodland. Several Johnny Propst of Ranson, Mr. food patch mixtures have been and Mrs. Calvin Ring of Harpers seeded and Mr. Envoy plans to Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hahn- seed about eleven acres to Korean es of Brownsville, Md., Mr. and lespedeza this spring. Mrs. T. E. Lake, Mrs. O. L. Hoff- Winter cover and protection will man, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hoot, be provided by planting a Multi- Mrs. Norman Ballenger, Mrs. Ral- ph Johnson, Mrs. Floyd Milton flora rose hedge ,to serve as a tray el lone to feeding areas. Several and Mr. Willard WhitMngton of clumps of conifers will be planted Charles Town. in open areas and halls honeysuc Those sending gi~fts but were un kle incouraged on rock breaks. (able to attend were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Howell. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Traffk In Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cameron, Mr. and Mrs, Ellis Wil-. liams, Mr. Ellis Williams Jr., Miss Pat Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Paul C0mpany"C" Area Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Perks. ,o,.ooe. M,.iDeclined In 1958 and Mrs. Harrison Lanham, Miss ! Gall Petrucci, Mr. and Mrs. Gar-0] Geraldland HOOeBailey.Sr, and Mr. and Mrs. l theThe14 highwaYcounties safetYcoveredrecordby Com- for Cake, coffee, punch, mints, pea- ]Pal~y "C" of the West Virginia nuts and potato chips was served. [ State Police showed much improve Mrs. S. N. Alger of Richmond, [meat in 1958 over the 12-month Va. spent the weekend with her ] period of 1957, with the number of brother-in-law and sister Mr. and [traffic deaths dropping from 73 to Mrs. Dewey Meadows. Sunday 46, with six of the accidents occur ing in Randolph county. Only Bar hour county, with seven highway fatalities topped Randolph coun- ty's fatality mark. Morgan and Tucker counties went through the year with a perfect faality record while Jefferson County had five. Capt. W. W. Murphy, in charge guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Johnson and daughters of Mar- tinsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meadows and son of Bolivar. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marcus and son of Winchester, Vs. visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mil, ton and son on Tuesday evening, Mrs. Robert Ott, Mrs. Willard Smallwood, Mrs. Edwin Pope and Mrs. James IAlla motored to H:ag- erstown, Md. on Thursday. Miss Donna Robinson of Charles Town spent the weekend with Miss Gall Petrucci. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. WHt~hire were Mr. and Mrs. Pi,btman Russell and daughter Kar en of Winchester. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Wenner and son Fred die Lee of Lovettsville, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wil,tshire and son Michael of Ranson. Mr .and Mrs. Pete Wiley of Char PIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER 6--B THURSDAY, JANITARY of Company "C" which is head- quarters in Elkins, said the auto mobile deaths in the company's territory for 1958 showed a de- crease of 37 percent w:hen com- pared to the previous year's re- cord. The entire state reported 386 traffic fa,talities compared to the 479 in 1957, representing a saving of 93 lives. Twenty-two of the 46 deaths re READ THE DR. O. T. FOOT S Will Be in Charles AFTERNOON and From 1:00 to 7:00 107 South Charles Telephone EVERY , Powerful-- cuts 1 A'8 tig Rim type saw No freezing problem ported in the 14-county area for 1958 were described by police as al cohol involved. This represented Runs anywherel 47 per cent of the fatali,ties, pound Homelite los Town were recent Sunday Barbour County h,ad the biggest guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick D'An increase in highway deaths with Come/n and ask gelo ~nd children and Mrs. Thel- seven occurring in 1958 compared free dl morltrafl ma Wiley. to only two in 1957. Berkeley Court _----- Mr .and Mrs. Merle Wilt and ty had 17 fatals in 1957, but last son of Chestnut Hill spen.t Sunday year, 1958 reported only five show With che l~atters parents Mr. and inga decrease of 12 in their death ALLEN~ B~URK Mrs. Moss Ranalli. [record. * Mrs. Orazio Chicchirichi of Jeff ] Fo~ur of the fatalities in Corn- Phone AM 3.3891 erson Terrace visited Mrs. Clif- pony "C" ocucrred in December of ton Kelican on Friday. 1958, compared to ten for the SK/2 Howard Kelican oT Nor- s~me month of 1957. These were 5289 North Queen Si folk, Va. spent the weekend with in Barbour, Berkeley Hampshire his parents Mr. and Mrs. Clifton and Jefferson Counties and all MARTINSBURG, W. 'Kelican. I were alcohol involved said police. Mrs. Lester Johnson, Mrs. Ral- -- -- Jan. 22-1t.-pd. ph Johnson and son Denny and[ Read The SPIRIT-ADVOCATE Mrs. Floyd Milton and son herinI motored to Winchester, Va. on[ Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dillow Jr. [ and daughter Tana of Blomery] Visited Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Dillow ] Sr. on Sunday. ] Mr. and Mrs. Charles D'Angelo and children Judy, Wayne andi Bill were Sunday dinner guesls of / the latters mother Mrs. Irene Rin- I al~~ of Boliw,r. ] Mr. and Mrs. George Helman of ] l:bauaels~own, Md. visited Mr. and / Mrs. Ralph Johnson and sons and ] Mrs. Lula l~analll 0~n Stm day. ] Mr. and Mrs. ~10yd Milton and I son Kevln visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ot, t and sons of Ch,arlesi TOWn on Thursday evening. I Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wiltshire1 and daughter Veronica of Har- pers Ferry resisted' Mr. and Mrs. L. E. WlltShtre on Monday. Pet. Gary Johnson of Camp Le Jetme, N: C. and Mrs. Johnson of Kabletown spent the weekend with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson. Miss hinda -Hardy' spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Burch of Ripp0n. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Ryman and daughters of Shenandoah Junction viM,ted Mr. 'and Mrs. Ed- ward Ryman'and daughter on Sun day, Mrs. T. W. Dillow St. visited her daughter-in-law and son Mr.'and Mrs. T. W. Dillow Jr, of Bloom- ery on Sunday evening, --SPONSORED BY THE-- PHONE 19 CHARLES TOWN, W. Harry Eavey Has Plan To Increase Wildlife Harry R. Envoy, Kearneysville, a recent cooperator with ,the Eastern Panhandle Soil Conservation Dis- trier has prepared a plan for his farm to increase wildlife by im- proving the food and cover. 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