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YEARs AGO -- 10 m purchases of J. Strider Moler Pharmacy in Charles Town. Joseph Roy Lancaster, Jr son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Roy Lan- caster, Sr. of Ranson is awarded the degree of Doctor of Medicine hardest g Princess since Cinderellal nozz|ew nozz|e~ brush, crevice and Wands. EURE Your magic cleaning wandl Hose reels off and back on jiffy-quick with a flick of wristl Compact case stores flat or standing. Super power cleans deep down into rugs, carpets. Toe-touch on handle turns it off and on. See it todayl FIRST IN HOME APPLIANCES St. -- Charles Town, W. Va. PHONE 725-5511 CELEBRATING OUR COMING OF AGEI 21 YEARS IN THE FARM EQUIPMENT BUSINESS 7 INVITE YOU TO ON at the University of Chicago, to which he had been awarded a sohoiarship after being graduated frown W. Va. Umversity in 1956 J. Errol Ward is elected presi- dem of the Board of Managers of Charles Town General Hospital. Other officers framed are: John F. A~brose, vice,president, Thur- man A. Whi.tacre, Treasurer; Don ald A. Eackles, Secretary. Died: . Mrs. Florence Mi4ford I e~stie, 70, at the home of Miss Margaret Chew, Charles Town; .Mm. Nevada Russell Heare, Sum- mit Poinfc, in Char~es Town Gen- eral Hospital; Mrs. Lillian Entler Tennartt, 91, of Shepherdstow~, Wife of the hte W.ill'mm B. Ten- nant, in King's Daughters Hospi- tal, M~rtinsburg. Miss Pat Peterson, dan.ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Peterson of Raison wins the fifth annual Jay cee-ette Chaz~-n Revue to become Miss Charles Town - Ranson of 1958. Married: - Samuel Wesley Link, Jr of Charles Town to Donna Jean CoUins of Martinsburg; Mrs. Mehca Jeanette Whittington of Charles Town to Mr. Frank J. Tolson of Bal~dimore, Md Blue Ridge Sales f~atupe: prime veal $34.75; lmgs $22 50. 20 -- YEARS AGO --- 20 Paul Eugene Hoffman, Harpers Ferry is placed on the Dean's List at Bridgewater College for the first semester of the current year. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Moler, "Hill Top" Farm near Moler's Cross Roads are given an i~formal sur- prise party by their family bnnor mg their 25th wedding amfiver. sary. Married: - Roger W. Milboume of Charles Town to Inez Dorothy Bowman, dau~er of William A. Moler of near CAmrles Town; Miss Dorothy Louise Sdusher, ctau~hter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Slusher of Kearney~ville, to R Edwin Bohr- er of Big Pool, Md. Died: . Clarence M. E~gle, for- m~r presider~t of the Eastern Pan ha~ctle Bee Keeper's Associabion, in King's Dauffhters Hos1~tal, Mar tin~sburg; Mary Elizabeth Himes, .at her home in Harpers Ferry; Marion H. Marstmll at his home in Brucetown; Albert Reinhart, former resident of Jefferson Cou- nty, in Ashland, Va.; Charles Jones at l~is home in Harpers Ferry; Baughman Chew of Bruns- wick, Md. in Memorial Hospital Baltimore, Md. 40 -- YEARS AGO -- 40 The drive for funds to dis- charge a lien delft and to pur- chase equipmem for a WJoratory at Charles Town H(~-pital resul.t- ed in total contributions of $30 34 from cotmty and outside people. Mr. James M. 2 hernson, editor of the New Orlearrs Itesns, in Washington, D. C. during much in erest of Mississippi River flood COl~trol legislation, is a guest at Ka,wthorne, Sumner Point. Died: - At the Frederick CRy HospRal Mrs. Azma Retle SmLth, wife of James Smi:th, near Sandy Hook. Married: - In Charles Town Methodist ChurCh by the Rev. W. D. Keene, Miss Mary L. V. Ware near Leetown and Mr. Page Hinton of the county. 60 -- YEARS AGO -- 60 Machinery is being assembled for a new ice plartt erected in Ranson by C. L. Rohirtson of Win chester, Va. Dr. Charles F. Zimmerrnan, a zmtive of CAmrles Town, died at his home at Braddock Heigltts, Md. Married: - In Shepherdstowh, Miss Edna Tanner Link to Jacob H. Bender of Waynesboro, Pa.; in S~hepherdstown, by the Rev. J. E. Triplett, New, on G. Snyder of Berkeley Co. to Miss Lena B. Watson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Watson of near Shepherds- town; in Charles Town, Robert M. Ainsw~h to Miss Addle R. Stioldes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Stickles of near Myerstown. 80 -- YEARS AGO ~ 80 A. C. Nader~bousch was ad~nitt- ed to the Martinsburg bar. General David H. Strother, attthor of "Port Crayon and his Cou,sins", died in his home in C arles Town. Mrs. Mary B. Furr Mrs Charles Ware and Mrs. Joe Ware er~tert~ined the Lee- town Home Demon on Club Wednesday ai erRoon at the borne of Mrs. Charles Ware, with 18 members in attendance. The mee~irtg was opened with devot~ns led by Mrs F. P. Ow- en:s, Sr. , Rol,1 cab and minutes of the last meeting were heard and ap- proved. The treasurer was ab- sent. The business session followed consisting m~tly of coHecing food for the luncheon at Commu- nRy Center on March 30, which ~ill be the Regional Clothing School. They also discussed or- dering material for trays. Miss Mary M~agaha had the les- son "Comprehensive Planning," which was very interesting and she distributed IRerature. The hostess served deldcious re- freslm ertts before the meeting. Next meeting will be Wednes- day fternoon, April 17, at the lmme of Mrs. George Tabb at l:~v~rs.~" C. C. Hensh~w returned e e Nobody spends all day near a kitchen phone. Or a hall phone. (Or wherever it is you have the ringing thing.) We're guessing that at least of the time, a one-phone family does cross-country run- ning through the house or scrambles down some stairs to take the call. You can't call that modern e living. In fact, 40% of the fam- ilies in America aren't living like that. They've got an extension phone somewhere else in the house. That second telephone would cost a lot less than you prob- ably think. Something like 4 cents a day if you choose the basic color and style. Grubbs and grandson Berry of and Mr and Mrs. John Milton Sterling, Va,and Mrs. Pat Young and two sons of near town, of ~ienna, Va Miss Jeanne Gr~tber of Charles i~l~.~i~~y~l~.~~ Town and Miss Mary raul ~ar- shal tof Kearneysvi~le were Sun- day callers of Mr. and Mrs, John l~issler and sons Johnnie and of the ~e~ion.o;f f~0v~ress in the home last week after spending Ronnie. Ronnie spertt the week- Mrs. Harry Shirley thewinter with her daughter and end with his parents from the ~:~i~i~)~g~,~,~~(~ husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Naval Station at Norfolk, Va. Just a reminder of the ham Kearney and son of Tenafly, N.J. Mr. E~mer GMize and Albert .~ .~=~ ~ Mrs. M'a~ion Blue and daugh- Viands le~t Saturday midnight for and turkey supper ~t the Merlin. ~ ters, Kathy and Tracey, were cal~l- Ghic~go, Ill for parts of machin- dist Church on AP 1 6 starting "~ ~ ~-~ i ers Friday night of Mrs. Mary cry for the People Supply CO. of at 5 o'clock. This is for the bene- fit of the Building Fund. Prices t. Bruce Furr. "~. ~]~r'~,~ [ M~ and Mrs. Lester Henry are Charlesback TuesdayTown" night.They expect to be are $1 75 for aduRs and 75 cents ,~ ft, ,~ [ spervling this week with their son Mrs. Melvin Fritts and Miss for children. u~m,~ ,w. ~ ]and family, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Rubl Lloyd, the latter of Charles Weekend visitors of Mr. and Henry and children of Spring- Town, spertt the weekend with Mrs. Marshal~l Stickles were their IAL 725 I field, Va. I her daughter, Mrs. Clmrlie Brown children, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Shi- ~ and family in I~ill Side, Md. She ley and son, Leesburg, .Va and ~'~ I Miss Diane Collis, studertt at W. Va. UniversRy in Morgan- ~ttended the eighth birthday par- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Catrow and rnurs mar " " town, spent the weekend w th her ty of her granddaughter Melody. son, Dund tk, Md. 4 Academy Award Nominations parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Warren ()n Friday Mrs Fri ts spent the Mr. and Mrs. thrry Shirley en- tertained with a d inner on Tues. . . Col~l,is day wi~h her mother, Mrs Mary . E " . . ] day honoring the birthday of C00L HAND LUK Mrs. Elmo Hanna~ ~s lmprowng CAme, Harpers Ferry, R. 2 .~-^=- "1 h*er ~'~ K~---''~t- ' " ill" u.~ ~'=,~s, ~,~,-, o ~,~, BEGINNING AT 10 A.M. In Color With in. the Winchester. Memorial Hos- Mr. and Mrs. .Wrelam WoOd-er ~ytl~KS." mrs. Mills was Fresem" Paul Newman. Gee. Kennedy p~tal after suffering a hcart at-~ ward and four child n of Bak " -~ i ~ ~- -'~*e" -'~a . ~ tack. ICon and Mr. Baker and so ve Dromers. 21st ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL SATURDAY ~ P M ONLY Mr. and Mrs. Jess Brown and~ Bunker Hill were Sunday e - a# ~h,~ w^,~, ,~ xxr~, fmn41y of Alexandraa, Va spent tmng cal;lers of Mr. Harry As Y ~o xr n,* ,~+-,- l~I f All Day April 5th hb a u," ',; ISCOU T o. AllRepair Parts ' " ' " Bo~ Snow Whte and Rose Red the weekend with MY. Elmo Hart-[and grandson by. ~,i, ~ ~iste- -,~ brothe--~n -- ~ n ~r, ~ nas and daugl~ter. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Chapm ~o ~ ,~a M~ ~t~,~ po~,- In Sto--book Color --TAn^open m eet~g w~llo beheld Sl~#en~. Sun#day w~to, his Pa~rents; Miss Clemye Baker, Mrs. Jessie " e. 'ollowing'- Used Farln Equipment az ampu u, Ho,mes um to o, Wi Hofstetter Report and gather Io- PurcetlviA1 . -a ~ t-~h.~ ,~eH ill Be Sold At Public Auction: ~ r 3 " " d i~l chil~,u v ~s -, I~ ,un. Thru Wed. Mar. 31-Ap. . Cal op~mon abottt the needs and .Mrs. Renal W es and - ,~ ~ ~, ,~ Ao~. ~,~.~ T R A C T 0 R S " nal a e at a Tl~w~ ~,a~lmaT ~ I future of the schools on Monday, dren, Sherm and Re d W yn,a~, r~, ~, ~, e,h~trl=~ To~, r,- ---Major Diesel w/Backhoe-Loader "' " bert~"" "'~"'~'~'" ~W~ . I April I, ~t 7.30 p.m. of Miill~i 1e, were Sunday callers ~.~ "txr ~ c, ihe Fresldent s Analyst [ Parents of children m school of her mother, Mrs. At Glen-Rrai,thw i erpillar IN COLOR [ are urged to a tend, and own- Viands. I ~,r ;00 - ' " " fte v I [ers of land around Leetown area Mr. and Mrs. Milton P~pkins of ~'~o ~"'~::,~%'~'*~'~':.~'~n'~ -.'w'~'th w/Live PTO ,are particularly mv~ted as well. K~b~etrown were Sunday a r- ~#~ ~ x~,~ r, rove~ rm~,]~ ,Please come and let us know noon caEers upon their daug t,~, ~, ^~a~, ~,~ Har,~, Shir 230 ' ", h er (1964) [ yDurvlews. Mrs Josephine JohnSon J " ~,h ~r ~ R'~i~h Mar ",and ~y ,~vzrg ,~,~, ,o - The meeting m sponsored by ton and daugl'Aers Joxv.e,riss, Mrs. Wil, liam Collis, M~s. P L 0 W S the Leetown sutmommi' tee of the Bonnie. t David Beia and Mrs. Calvin Moler CRizens' Advi.~ry Committee onMr. and Mrs. Lester Oft spent lottom, 2 Pt. Fast Hitch *he Schools. Sunday with her mother, Mrs, attended a luncheon a~ the home of Miss Chra Rarthel in Berry- 2 Pt. Fast Hitch Mrs. C. H. V ~lker has returned JJanes I~iley near town. vfile, Va. This was a covered 3 Pt. Trip Beam home a er a two weeks trip to Given Surprise Party dish affair with former C & P Trip Semi-Mt. Trip Beam Florida. Trip Semi-Mt. Trip Beam Sorry to note the dea of i Mrs. Helen Shirley gave her operators of Bevryvi.lie present daughter Judy a surprise birth- along w~.th the former chief oper. Nelson Henry Saturday night day party Saturday n ght at the ator and assistant chief. A very DISK HARROWS ~~ Rev. and Mrs. Millard Wi, lliams and b~by spent the, weekend vis. home of her grandmother, Mrs. enjoyable time was had by all. Pt.---8' Pickup, Like New iting Mrs. Williams parents, Mr. Julia V;inds. Among th~se help- Donnie Dawson, who has been Trailing Disk and Mrs. D. M. Franks in Dur- ing Judy to enjoy her bLrthday home on a 30