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ii: le~IARRIED: In Washington, D. C. T, Eugene Cost of Lovettsville, Va. to Miss Alice Ruse of Duffields in the Methodist parsonage at Summit Point by the Rev. D. A. Berry, Charles J. S'haull and Miss :Lizzie Smi,th, both of Middleway. J. Hire Byers, formerly of this county, was killed by a Chicago and Northwestern locomotive near Ashton, Ill. v~here he was residing. By Mrs. Robert Braithwaite AGO--1948 bride's 'home in Prince County ,ence J. Cockrell; in the Charles near Gainesville, Va. by ~he key. Town Hospital, Charles G. Moler, D ferred From Last Week Estate valued at R. L. McDonald, Mrs. Frances retired farmer of the county; at ,: ~COnd president of Dorsey Robinson became the bride his home south of Charles Town, Visitors during the Christmas of Col. Ernest L. Ristedt, (U. S. A. Simon Burr, manager of .the Rob- holidays of Mr. and Mrs. William es, Harry S. Tru- Re t.) inson orchard farm for some years Fellers wereMr, and Mrs. Harley PotJter and family Mr. ,and Mrs. ~ura ~d when he past; at~his~home in Ranson A. H. Brady Murphy and family Mr. office, administered 20 YEARS-A-~---1938 Maxell. and Mrs. Jack Walker and Mr. Vinson. h e ley, State Pc :c , Mr. Lynn Grantham of Kear- MARRIED:William V. Marmion ~en detailed from neysville and Miss Ruth Springer Jr. of Harpers Ferry, was married Mrs. Robert Anderson ,and at Mildred, Pa. to Miss Mary ,Hyde ,family. 'Police ~to duty in of Shepherdstown, were married of that city; by the key. John Mc- Miss Frances Dodge, Washing- ng Governor Okey in Hagerstown, Md. Hale; in Berryville, Va. by the ,ton, D. C. is visiting this weekend ~guration. . John C. Hoffman in the under- Grubbs retires at taking business in Shepherdstown key. R. Eutsler, Howard Ashwood with her sister and brother-in-law thing, for many years sold out his busi- of ,the Middleway District and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer. She Miss Helen Reva Wilson of Clarke is .presently employed as a clerk- s Henry Hardy, na hess to C. P. Elliott of Martinsburg County; Clarence M. Engle and typist at the Department of Heal- d lifelong resident W. Va. m] ty died on the In making committee assign- Miss Cora Elizabeth Moler, botch of ,th, Education and Welfare. R ~eds ,n' Leonard ments Speaker K. Thomas of the the coun,ty, were wed a.t the Pres- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stanley vis byterian Manse in Charles Town ited wi,th their son John David at at his home near W. Va. House of Delegates named by the key. Dr. G. G. Sydnor. Fort Worth, Texas during ,the W. F. Alexander of Jefferson Coun New Year holidays. Clarke Court- Blackburn colored ty as .chairman of the committee Mr .and Mrs. Guy Van Camp nty home" Charles on Insurance. 40 YEARS AGO -- 1918 and sons of Pa. spent the Christ- n d~ied at his home Mrs. Frances Magaha Shelton, MARRIED:In Luray, Va. by the mas holidays with the formers par ty, Va" Mrs C E wife of John Z. Shelton of the key. J. A. Hufford, Miss Mabel ents Mr. and Mrs. Zack Fleming at the',home'of .:her Bloomery neighborhood died in Jennings McAtee to Samuel Char and son. ~Omas W Young Vhe Schnauffer Hospital in Bruns- los Wm. Huyett, both o.f Middle- Little Penny Gay Creamer, dau m St.; Mrs. Ethel wick, Md. way District. ghter of Mr. .and Mrs. Harry Chamh~r~hur~ paGrover C[-T~om- 30 YEARS AG-----O DIED:At "Windewald" the home Creamer has been on the sick list 1928 of his son near Martinsburg, Jos- Tor ~the past .two weeks. All of her rdstown, announce DIED:At his home in Washing- eph Min~hini, an Ex-Confederate friends wish her a speedy recov- ; of their daughter ton, D. C., Claude E. Haines ,a na- veteran, formerly of Middleway, at ery. James R. WhiSt- tive af Charles Town; at his home an advanced age. Mrs, Mary Maphis and children Mr. C. O. Whi.tt- ~n Bolivar, Howard Burton; in the Patients taking treatment in the of Charles Town visited with her s Town. At .the Charles Town Hos.pital, Miss Flor Charles Town General Hospital sister and brother-in-law Mr. and ~ ~ ~ ~ were Samuel D. Engle, George El- Mrs. Harold Buhrman and family liott Tabb, Clarence Boyd, Mrs. J. ~he past ,week. F 0 R Y 0 U R M. Hiedwehl and Mrs. William Mr. Harry Creamer celebrated Scheu,tze. his birthday Saturday, January 10. I)Y 411 C}ICREE 4El B.F. Langdonbought,theFris- All of his friends wisl~ him a Hap toe .farm of 70 acres adjoining 'his py Birthday. We won't say what own farm west of Myerstown atTour age .is Daddy! CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR $150an.a'cre. Mr. and Mrs. George Whitacre md daughters and Mr. and Mrs. OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. illville Plant No: 899 Charles Town Martinsburg Plant AM 7-8955 PUrr to a roar, smooth listening is yours at all times latest hearing-seeing duet -- a slim-trim eyeglass 0nly eyeglass hearing aid with exclusive AVC (Auto- Control) to,soften sudden, loud noise~, Fashion-thin both men and women. Also latest "Tuck-A-Way" styles don't wear glasses. COME IN. SEE AND HEAR FOR YOURSELF-- ROY B. FURR, Manager Phone Hagerstown REgent 3-3242 or Charles Town 825 of the late Mrs. Ellen M. Dittmeyer's We Will sell at Pubuic Sale the Following Articles, on Gilbert and Washington Streets in Bolivar, Ott Y, JANUARY 31, 1959 AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M. SHARP. FURNITURE, ETC. Bed with Springs and Mattress; M~hogany and Dresser to match with Mirror; Card- Stieff Piano and 2 Stools, in A-1 shape; Buffet, Library Table, Leather Hhssock, I~aights Sword, Oak Extension Table and 6 Chairs; and Rocking Chairs; Album of Records, Record Radio Combine in Cabinet; Singer Sewing Ma- Typewriter and Stand; Small General Elec- O. K. Electric Vacuum Cleaner, Hand Carpet Waffle Iron, Toaster and Fryer; 17-Inch with Ariel, new; Radio, Hanging Lamp, Lights; Large El~trJf_Floor Fan, Coal S~ove, Burner, 2-Burner Oil Stove, 1-Burner Oil Kitchen Cabinet, Kitchen Utensils, Pots and and Glassware; Some Cut Glass, Blankets and Sets, Steamer Trunk, 2 Suit Cases, Leather l'Iat Box, 9 x 12 Crex Rug, Lot of Books and Book - and Picture Frames; Writing Desk and Table; Table Cloths and Napkins to match; Table Trees, Bathroom Scales, Ironing Board, 2 Boxes, Metal Table and Chairs; 2 50-gallon a~d Oil with spigots; Oil Cans, Tubs, Step Lad- Lawn Chairs, and Lots of Articles that are lI. ItANK OF CHARLES TOWN, ADMINISTRATOR. Auctioneer. E, Clerk. 22 and 29-2t. 50 YEARS AGO--1908 Joe Siebert and daughter were Christmas day resistors with ,their Directors of the National cite'- father Mr. Fred Miller and aunt zeus Bank were selected as follows Miss Ruth Miller. C. W. Henshaw, D. D Gibson, G.E. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Snyder and Hughes, B. ~, Langdon, Geo. W. family of Cleveland, Ohio spent Shull, JohnH. ~lshop and Eugene 1;he holidays with i)he formers par Shugart. ents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Border. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Henshaw Miss Virginia Creamer, .Tommy, celebrated their 25th wedding an- Mrs. Harry Creamer and child- niversary a,t Prospect Hall near ren Steven, Sylvia, Linda, Eleanor Middleway. and Penny and brother Joseph DIED:At his office in Charles Dodge, Jr. visited the formers dau Town, Dr. Thornton W. Tomlin- ghter and son-in-law Mr. and son; near Leetown, George T. WaS Mrs. Robert Br~ithwai,te, Halltown son; near Millville, Mrs. Sarah Ri Friday night. Visitors of Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley and Mr. and Mrs. Norval Johnston and family were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welsh and family, 'Mr. Tabb Jenny and WIrs. R. W. :Smith, Mr. and Mrs. David Smith visited on Friday af- ter Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn' Willing ,ham and ,family are moving ~rom the Vickers farm house to a 'home on t'he Herbert Everhart farm 'for merly t'he Herbert 'Miller ,place. 7~@ H==~~ ~o~-- Gran~raa and Grandpa Creamer Mr. ~nd Mrs. ~rry Creamer are receiving congratulations on ,the birth of a granddaughter .born ~to h'preenfly caused Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Braith- waits, Halltc~wn Tuesday, January 13 a,t the Winchester Memorial Hospital, Winchester, Va. weigh- ing 7 lbs 2V2 oz. It was named Christina Fay. 'Mrs. Braithwaite is ,the former Miss Bertha Cream- er. She returned home Thursday. Mr. Joseph Dodge Jr. returned o the Newton D. Baker Veterans Hospi~tal, Martinsburg Monday af ter a visi,t wi,th his sister and bro ther-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer and family. Election of Officers end in Baltimore, visiting re ,David M. Turner Sent latives. Miss Frances Dodge, clerk-typist ~t the Department of Health Ed To Fort Jackson, S. C. ucation and Wel'fare, Washington, D. C. visited this past weekend wi,th her friend Mr. and Mrs. Por Fort Jackson, S. C., Recruit Da- terfield and son Johnny, Hedges- rid M. Turner, son of Mr. and ville and sister and brother-in-law Mrs. Marshall V. Turner, RFD 2, Mr. ,and Mrs. Harry Creamer and Harpers Ferry has been assigned family. Training Regiment at Fort Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sibole of to Company D, 1st Battalion 1st Hagerstown, Md., Mrs. Harold Bu son, S. C. for eight weeks of basic ~hrman and daug~hter Kay motored training. to Shepherd Pratt, Baltimore, Md. Sunday to visit :the formers dau- i U, POn his arrival at Fort Jackson gheer Miss Anne Buhrman who is :he was issued clothing and given in nurses training there, a complete physical examination Mrs. Harry Creamer and dau- land a comprehensive battery of ap ~hter Eleanor Anne and sister titude tests to determine the Frances Dodge, Washington, D. C. Army duty assignment for which visited with the formers daughter ,and son-in-law Mr. and 'Mrs. Rob evt Lee Braithwaite and daughter Christina, Hall~town and Mr. and Mrs. John Braithwaite Charles Town Thursday and Saturday night and Sunda___.~y aftern__ con. Two Brick Buildings At Ferry Monument Are Avadable For Sale Superintendent Frank H. Ander son of Harpers Ferry National Monument h, as announced ~oday ,Vhat the two brick buildings now standing on the site of the once famous and im.po~tant United States arsenal, which was erected at Harpers Ferry upon the recom mendation of George Was.hington in 1796 and remained in existence un,til destroyed by fleeing Federal Troops at ,the ou,tbreak of ,the Civ il War, will be awailable for sale ,to any interested party willing to salvage ~these struvtures. The .brick from the two three- s,toried ,buildings is approximately ninety years old and in excellent condition. This type ,brick is often used in the reconstruction of his- toric buildings ,and by persons er- ecting modern dwellings who pre- fer :the ~ppearance of this ancient brick to i~s present-day counter- part. Anderson said that much of the in~erior of these structures is still in a remarkable state of pre- servation including staircases, rail ings and ,floorboards. The removal of Vhese buildings ~s part of the restoration program undertaken by the Na, tlonal Park Service in 1954 ,and still in pro- gress. These buildings must be re- moved 'to allow archeological exca ration of the Arsenal Site in hope of Iinding and exposing the orig- inal foundations of ,the Arsenal buildings. Cuban economy shows strain "of rebel blockade. The election of officers of the E. L McDONALD, JR, S*'~ -.~ Kearneysville Presbyterian Sunday School for 1959 was held Sunday. { ~'~ t~/} The officers are: Superintendent AGENCY Paxton Marshall; assistant super- ~~ intenden,t, Charles Sibole; Secre- INSURANCE AND tary; Joyce Buhrman, assistant secretary; Becky Swartz, treasur-REAL ESTATE er, Mrs. Paul Miller. The Reverend Fred Guthrie, .of ia on Building Charles Town wilq ,be guest minis- (~)~ ~ ~u'~" ter in the Presbyterian Church Phone 735 Sunday at 12:30 p. m. COhen 2"he lo , ter wouldpop K. C. Y. F. Partlcipat~s The Kearneysville Christian Yout'h Fellowship will participate in the church service Sunday at 12:30 p. m. Miss Kay Buhrman, daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Harold Buhrman spen the weekend with ~her friend and classmate Miss Betsy Hamil- ton Shepherdstown. ' Mr. Harry Creamer visited his daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert Braithwaite, Charles Town Friday a.feernoon. Happy Birthday Mcts,t~r Steven Lee Creamer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer celebrated his ninth birthday January 15 All of his him a happy birth- lay. The Circle of the Women of the Kearneysville Presbyterian Church will meet Thu~day in the home, of Mrs: Paul Miller. Miss Janice T~yigg is spending her vacation wi.th her grandpar- q 7"~e TVwould flop Charles Town, W. Va. e A LASTING TESTAMENT TO YOUR DEVOTION-,. ^ Rock of Ages Memorial! The whole pm'pooo of memos- real is to commemorate the personality and accom- plishments of an |ndividua~ or family. Rock of Ages' skilled design staff tran$1ato~ the~ accomplishments into beautiful memorial d~gu~ ffi ?x Them is no finer [ KUL~ way to show your ( 1 devotion to a loved on,. Yevr Io~k. *~ A|os A~ebw4xed Oml~ MARTINSBURG GRANITE WORKS FLOYD ODOM, Mgr. 109 West John Street Martinsburg, W. Va. en,ts 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Powell. She will leave February 1 for her training as a senior nurse .at A1- //HOI./.?EPOWER derson-Broaddus College Phillipi. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1959 5--B he is best fitted. As part of his basic training he will be taught rifle ,markmanship under ,the Army's new Trainfire program. In Trainfire, 'he will learn to use an M-1 rifle by firing at pop-u'p targets at varying ran- ges and on terrain which dupli- cates combat areas. He will also be taught drill, tac tics, camouflage military courtesy, first aid and other subjects. He will learn how to throw a grenade fire in pitch darkness, crawl under ~barbed wire with machine gun fire simulated chemical, biological and radiological warfare situations. Child Growth, Behavior To Be Discussed F ebruary 2 At Parent-Teacher Meeting The February meeting of the P. T. A. is to be held at the Charles Town Junior High School, Mon- day night, February 2, 1~59 at 7: 145 ,p. m. The program will consist of a discus~on group on child growth and behavior in t'he home, ,,% t ey've added overhead and defend himsel,f in YY |1 school and community. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sibole Hagerstewn, Md. were guests of It's a fact that 4 out of 5 honms, m- ~the latters sister and brother-in- law .Mr. and Mrs. Harold Buhrman duding many new ones, suffer from low,,.~ HOUSEPOWER--not enough wiring, S-1~r.-und Mrs. Harry Creamer outlets, and switclms. To make sure and family visited with the tatters you have full HOUSEPOWER~ call a ~brother and slster-in-law Mr. and HOUSF-POWER Specialist--your elv~ iMrs. Harry Dodge and son Billy, Pine Grove, Va. Sunday. trical contractor--today. Mr. and Mrs. George Cox and daugh'ter Pamela ,gave a surprise dinner Saturday evening in honor of their friend and neighbor Mrs.. Irvin Hall's birthday. John Skinner of Washington, D. C. visited Mrs. Edith Thomas and family for the past weekend. The Women of ,the Kearneys- ville Presbyterian Church will have the luncheon concession at Mr. and Mrs. ,Harry Strouds auc tion which will be ,held Saturday, January 24. ~Miss Barbara Gale Creamer dau ghter of .Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Creamer spent Friday nigh, t with her friend and classmate Nancy Osbourn Shepherdstown. Mr. and Mrs. George Cox and daughter Pamela spent last week to heLo Sou Live Better F.Iolricall THE POTOMAC LIGHT ' POWER COMPANY I t The wheels ore moved out 5 inches s "~ for the widest, steadiest stance in America. Road-test the only car with Wide-Track Wheels Driving like this was never before possible. '~" With the widest stance on the American road, Pontiac reduces sway and lean to an absolute minimum.., hugs the curves like magic... takes the bumps and the corners with unbelievable ease. In only a few minutes you'll discover the most beautiful rdadability in the whole wide world! l " ~ ,, . ~ .. . ^ , Air-Cooled Troo-Contom Brakes | America s numoer 1(!) 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