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Charles Town, West Virginia
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February 9, 1961

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S -- ~ I[ I "[ I II I I I Ill A MEMBER Camille A. Domenico, Frankfln C. Hawkins : ...... ' .... ,,, ...... ,o., To roa boon OP i"..Mx. AbVOeA LOCAL AND PERSONAL ACTIVITIES IN . really bad stiape, lt these heavY]6 B THITo qr,'v WODTIA'DV 9 " snows continue we will sure'ly I --" ~_ ,, L, at, a, t~,,~ a~tz ., need a "Street Fund". This part[~ ---- -------------- ~ HARPERS FERRY AND 113LIVAF? 'of WestVirginiaistobecongratIGerge Sharpe, Extension ,soil,,U.N. Assembly~etsreco , Webb Telephone 2492 eVYan~ifting air warning Death of Lifelong Resident Iground. Allstadt's tlill as usual "" [program to grow the best'rough- ------- I{obez't l,incoln Green, 62 died [was tied up completely for some [~,m~,e Will gvkfl,:& [a~es. But the problem does not Car), .Grant plans three Thursday morning, Feb. 2 in t!une, mostly due to truck troub- tgtlll~l~ frill I.KlllUll [end there. This good roughage movies. Charles Town (;eneral Iiospilal. Iie until the trucks were not al- tL eq *--ILL [feed must be pz'operly harvested. /ltewasa lifelong residentofBol.[lowed to proceed on their jour-[~a~, 5|[a~e |[i o!~ Ieastures of course are ~,razed ~'-'--- ivar born S(pt 26 1898 the son hey until after a one way traf [, " . ~ _ _ [ v " ' , Tho~ hnrvo~ thnt ~] , ~ ~ ' ", , ," [ ~ -. ........ b. livestock ..... + ............ of the late Saznuel and Elsa [fic line was cleared and the long iAnnual, |crop. But this grazing only takes j(,reen, tte was employed by S~and/hn~ of cars were allowed to move [ r"- [care of the late spring summer ~~~ [ t ' " cy " " !ard Lm~e and Cement Company [a~.ter bem~, tzed up for qu~te some [ For five years West Virginia [and early fall. Grasses legumes ,~'~Vl__~l~ ] at Millville for 38 years and was [time. [farmers have brought samples of |corn and some other 'crops are~,~ a member of Zion Baptist Chur-[ All residents of this entire [their forage or roughage feed to [harvested, stored as roughage and ~ - - ' [ch, Bolivar. [area are very grateful to Mr. [Jackson's Mill during the WVU [are then fed to livestock during Surviving are: his wife Eliza- [Norman Mummaw of Elm St. Bol [Dairy Short Course to show [the rest of the year as hay and D,A'^ . rP,,l^--g,4,~ beth Napper Green, at the home; [!~'ar who recently purchased a 1 [others the kind of hay and silage [silage." a~auiu .[tat~vl~ ~ a foster daughter Margart Con-[ton Oeep with a bull dozer or [they produce. This year, on Feb. [ Last year's State ttay King was I-I~ l~| .~fia~,,,~ I way, at the home; two brothers [snow snovez attached, tie did won [27-March 1 farmers are again ask/William Bucv rand ~nn~ ne Tie '~" ~'* ~'~'" |Stephen Green, Bohvar; and Wal- leers m going over s~de streets, led to bring their samples to Jack [fin~,ton Mon--,,~ ....... *,, wh, ,~ ...... ter Green, Charles Town; sister, [Without this prompt and effi- [son's Mill to show others how [won wi'th an'e'~5711"on(~.-m:~l~"~ ~ ~ ~ R " [~rs. Rozbert Rosa Thompson /cleat service it would have taken/well they have done, and to corn- [alfalfa hay. There--were'--many 11 ~- II~ U ~1 uen uurnie, ~vzd. /many days oi man power aria/pete in the sixth annual State [other excellent hay samples , , The body rested at the Eackles [hand shoveling to have opened [Hay and Silage Show. [shown. Radios, TelevL, TF~ne?luHa~e~ ~nsll ~rP~irSsFeT:Y" ' " [ ~2()~eneis~?" ;~srete~ ~vednpe twh~l] [staAegrmiCuU)ttU~eepend therM::t:uin [ R:ndBphS~e:kne~'y,fwnaesa~'taEtleksn~'. gnnliances . . ] ~fte:2~obnlfra~mw~heB~ptli~ Ch~:l, [ COnatricbu~e:2emletholnwge t~:hesMra[d [m~?a~S ~ndg~sT~7:e~oP~Odtuee [itg:t?~g li~tnYe~r~1H:allikoemtph: West Washington I I!fmilC;~uerYo:~rlb~ ti~a~h'!ss:P~irnywd:~he~iih(!leMrn M?s Ig~.':natdshti~aht'C:nrCe;::tatree:e:n~ ~tfhr:~,t~te.her farmers through Charles Town, W. A family reunion was held at ]~ g. " "s work this meadows must be well-treated, " " :the home of Mrs. Lil]~ie Biller on ] .................... Sunday, Jan. 29. All of the immed | ~ late was present as follows: Char- /qLI A DTL'~O rlog~IlTIT II7' ~[,. t al~i~iAr~ l~tJYVl~,Iq 2~k les of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Upperman of Alexandria, Va.; H. ~. T. Utterbaek and family, College / ~..~'~ Park, Md.; Mrs. Robert E. Biller .?~/:.~ and two sons of Odenton, Md.; ,~ Raymond Billcr and family Bolt- ~..~'~ e~-~ var. Mrs. Helen Katzman and ~o.~.-,,~ two sons of Bolivar and Mr. and ~ ~'.--~'~,'~ Mrs. J. W. Biller Martinsburg, W. ]~.6. f~r Va. ~ .~'.~. A buffet dinner was served. ~ /~ This was the first time the family "~ had been together in their moth- ers home for over five years. Heavy Snow Fall The new snow which fell on Friday added from 15 to 25 in- ches of snow to what was already on the ground throughout this area, paralyzing motorists. A three month old thorou _ bread German Weimanner dog owned by the Cecil Webb family in Bolivar was killed instantly on Saturday afternoon when struck by a coal truck. With Army in Germany ASt2;L'p~rt' FGren~l?nYC.' AHHaTNC~: son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Haw- kins, 901 Thompson St., Martins- burg and Pfc. Camille A. Domen. The highly intelligent dog an- swered to the name Major and had been enjoying the snow when ACROSS FROM THE COURT HOUSE Community Cornerstone Since 1871 killed. He would climb up a snow bank in the yard and slide down FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION on the other side. A pair of dark rimmed glass- es were found last week near the local High School by Mr. Jack ,, Hedican who was working in that ............ area. They are at the Hedican ' ~ home and will be delivered to any -- one who can describe them. ice, 24, Route 2, Martinsburg is !French troops, marks the high- Mr. and hirs. Donald E Walker and daughter Donna of Ranson participating with other person- point of a year's training for nel from the 97th Signal Battal-units in NATO's "Pyramid of ~spent Sunday at the home of Mr. ion in Exercise Winter Shield II Power." and Mrs. J. C. Ballenger. Mrs. Bal at the Grafenwohr-ttohenfeh training area in Germany. The exercise is scheduled to end Feb. 8. Winter Shield, an annual Sev- enth U. S. Army Winter field training maneuver, involving 60,- 000 U. S. Army, German and New Electronic Secretary" Phone Answering Set takes messages 4 hours a day You're always "in business" with an Electronic Secretary set on duty. Became this amazing device automatically answers the phone when you're out, takes messages for you day or night. With an Electronic Secretary set connected to your phone, a prerecorded message of your own choosing informs the caller you're out.., then invites him to leave his name, number and any message he wishes. The set records every word he says. When you return, you play back the recording, learn who called and why. Result: no missed calls-no lost business. Hawkins, a wireman in the bat- talion's Company. B in Stuttgart, entered the Army in March 1959, completed basic training at Fort Jacki~on, S. C. and arrived over- seas in August 1959. The 22 year old sodier is a 1956 graduate of Martinsburg IIigh School. His wife, Helga is with him in Germany. Domenico, son of Mrs. Eliza- beth F. Domenico is a radio oper a/or in the company in Kaiser- slautern. He entered the Army in May 1959 and completed basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C. A 1954 graduate of St. Joseph's High School, Domenico was em. ployed by the Thiebolt Aircraft Co. in Martinsburg, before enter. ing the Army. Shepherdstown Express Office To Close Feb. 10 It is .~nnounced that ,the ~all, way Express Of five at ~qhepherds- town will be discontinued at the close of 'business on Priday, Peb- ruary 10th. No statement- a.v.compa~nles~ the announcemeat ~ to how shl,p- meats made by express ~vill be handled In the fut,~e. A British scientist revisits An- taritc sites. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY ao tr wtro OF IMffIMOI I --BUY IT AT-- YALLEY HARDWARE CO. PHONE 278 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. lenger has been on the sick list but is much improved now. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pack- ard of Castleton. N. Y. wei-e re- cent visitors at the~home of Mrs. J. W. Ramsdill and family. Mr. Karl Grubb and Mrs. 'Daisy Marks have returned home after an extended visit at the home on the formers nephew Mr. Herman O'Brien and family in Trenton, N. J'~Mr. and Mrs. Strother Watson and family of Williamsport, Md. were weekend visitors at the home of Mrs. B. F. Eackles. Lions Held Meeting The Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Lions Club held their dinner meeting at Camp Hill Methodist Church on last Wednesday night with no entertainment planned and no guests present. The Club will be hosts to members of Pack 49, Troop 28 and Post 28, Harpers Ferry-Bolivar Boy Scouts on Wed nesday evening of this week. Den Mothers, Cub Master, Scout Mas- ter and Post Advisor will be pres- ent for the program that has been planned. The Lions Club have vo ted to hold a community auction sale early in May for benefit of! Harpers Ferry High School Band Uniforms Fire In Apartment The local Fire Company was called to the Shugart home Har- pers Ferry recently to fight a stubborn fire in the apartment of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McReynolds. The situation was rather unus- ual, the fire having started fr6m the fire place which was said to have been "too-hot". Apparently put out by tl)e Fire Company it flared up again the next day and the Fire company had to return to the scene. The damage amount ed to several hundred dollars. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melan- der of Balston Spa, N. Y. were recent visitors at the home of Mrs. J. W. Ramsdill and family. They Were enroute to Florida and Mexico. An ordinance has been'passed in both Harpers Ferry and Boli- var that no sled riding can be done on Washington Street (main street) in either of the towns and a fine will be imposed on any one hooking their sleds to the rear end of cars and trucks. The danger is far too great to allow that situation to continue. Lewis Lancaster, 10 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. James Lan- caster who was injured in a sled- ding accident ovex' a week ago is still a patient in the Charles Town General Hospital. Twin-Towns Snowed Under The twin-towns have really been snowed under since the very heavy snowfall of Friday, Feb. 3 when at least 15 to 20 inches fell on top of the heavy snow which had fallen a week before when there was still plenty of the Ehctronk gretar~ aasweriag s#ts are so hei#fd.., so wnatile: take~ ~ales orders, bu~tness reports, emergency calls, reserva- tions, absentee reports, employee suggestk)ns, complaints, maintenance reports -- any call at aUl "Answer Only" model delivers informative message. Phone our Bin!hess Office today and learn how little it costs to rent this modern service. Amerlce's Largest In;lependent Telephone System FIRST TIME ! DURING OUR SPRING 'COTTON EVENT BREH WOOD ONS FOR For you who know, a chariee 'to rock Up big, save big! 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