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The r~an with NEW IDEAS FOR A NEW ERA OF JEFFERSON Fnea ss ADVOCATE MARCH 30, 1961 5--B the late Paul E. Winters. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alwin of S. Church St. celebrated their Gol- den Wedding Anniversary with a reception at the Gregory House given them by their daughter, Mrs. Katherine Nestor. .--From The Files of The-- OF JEFFERSON - FARMERS ADVOCATE By:--Mrs. June (Shsher) Bohrer AGO -- 195 Ott was elected pres. Young Democratic Jefferson County at a the club at the Legion Charles Town. Other of- were Betty Jane Vice-president; Mildred William Wilt, arid Frank Strider, Ser- years of continious profession, in State Courts, George M. Jr. closed his law of- Charles Town and an- he will retire effective Insurance and Real of the oldest business Town moved from its over Moffett's Drug the office formerly oc- Attorney George M. Jr. on North George POR F mllllm I 20 YEARS AGO --- 1941 DIED: In King's Daughters Hospital, Martinsburg, W. Va. John B. Appell of the Mechanics town neighborhood; at her home west of Middleway, Mrs. J. Lester Swartz; at her home in Middle- Garly Hooe was named again way, Mrs. William B. Baker. to manage the Charles Town Leg- MARRIED: In Emmanuel Uni- ion baseball team. ted Brethern Church, Hagerstown A flight of Wild Geese were ob City Hospital, Frederick, Md. served over Charles Town and vic MARRIED: Miss Patricia Irvin inity, estimated to be about 150 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John birds, flying in a perfect V for- W. Irvin of South Mildred St., mation. and Colorado Springs, Colorado State Conservation officials re. and Mr Robert Heminway Wil- leased 100 quail in the county. son of Montclair, N. J. in Colora- Various farmers having signified do Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Robert that they wantedthe birds releas S. Watson of Bakerton announce ed on their properties. the marriage of their daughter ._____ Eleanor Elizabeth to Mr. Berkel- 40 YEARS AGO--1921 ey W. Winters, son of Mrs. Ethel DIED: At her home in Hall- G. Winters of Harpers Ferry and .Mrs. Mary J. Ott, widow of John H. Ott; near Middleway, Wil liam G. Bates; at the arch-Episco pal Residences in Baltimore, James Cardinal-Gibbons, arch. bishop of Baltimore and of the / American Catholic Heriarchy. The store building owned and operated by Allen and Eutaw Sag er in Ranson was destroyed by fire. Dr. C. C. 3"ohnson, who had ben practicing medicine at Duff- ields for several years announced that he would move to Bolivar. NORMAN E. KISNER INSURANCE AGENCY Office City Building Telephone 552 Charles Town, W. Va. I ATIONWlDE MUTUAL INSURANCIr COMPANY MUTUAl. FiRE INSURANCE COMPAffif LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office: Columbus, Oh~ Lilies -- Easter Corsages Are Our Specialties L, 83 -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 4 Give Us Your Order EARLY PITTS CHARLES WASHINGTON THEATRE RANSON, W. VA. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY One Show Only 7:30 P. M. SAT. 3:00 - 7:00 - 9:00 P. M. SUNDAY 3:00 & 8:00 P. M. Children 25c - Adults 50c Wdnesday and Thursday March 29 and 30 [FR[M ZIMBALIST, JR.. Am[ DICKINSON JACK KELLY . DON AHECH[ Friday and Saturday March 31 -April 1 r our business Sunday - Monday- Tuesday and Wednesday April 2, 3, 4 and 5 P at specialists--that's us. We are equipped et d trained to provide the best poeaible serv- .ice to our customers and-to our community. Keeping your home comfortably warm is a.PersOnal matter with us. That's why we're can offer you Atiantic's famous triple- heating oil, the chanest-buruing fuel buy. To arrange for service that you can count matter when you need it--just write ot us today. Thursday - Friday - Saturday April G, 7 and 8 ROBERT M. SMITH DISTRIBUTOR Chaxles Town, W. Va. 60 YEARS AGO -- 1901 Miss Mary B. Miller, daughter of Milton Miller, died at her home near Kearneysville. William A. Boyd and Miss Ad- dle Sites both of this county, were married in Washington by I the Rev. J. W. Steele Mrs. Ella Catherine Fort, of Baltimore announced the engage ment of her daughter Nora Jean Duncan to Mr. Walter A. Spang- ler of Charles Town. 80 YEARS AGO --- 1881 MARRIED: At the Carter House Charles Town by the Rev. J. W. Tongue, Lewis Wood to Miss Net tie Whittington, both of the coun ty; in Charles Town by the Rev. A. C. Hopkins, Thomas Janney to Miss Mildred Barnes, both of Middleway. 90 YEARS AGO -- 1871 DIED: In Baltimore, Cornelia Ann Noland, wife of George W. Noland, formerly Charles Town; At McKinney, Texas; William Cameron formerly of this county. Trustees of Zion Episcopal Church, Charles Town bought the residence of Mrs. Christine Cor- dell for use as a rectory paying $5,100 for it. A complimentary dinner was given in Charles Town in honor of E. Willis Wilson, this county's delegate in the W. Va. legislat- ure. Addresses were made by T. C. Green, Joseph Trapnell, Cleon Moore, Andrew E, Kennedy, H. N. Gallaher, J. H. Haines and J. W. Beeler. Farm Housing Loan Program Progressing 0 Berkeley, Jefferson The farm housing loan pro- gram of Farmers Home Adminis- tration is picking up momentum, not only throughout the Nation, but here in Berkley and Jeffer- son counties. That's the word from Robert L. McKown, county supervisor in charge of the agency's lending program locally. He said this re- newel farm housing loan activity follows the early February an- nouncement that an additional $50 million is now available to the Farmers Home Administrat- ion for its 4 percent loans to farm owners to build or repair farm houses and essential farm build- ings. Such a loan may extend over a 33year period. The new loan money broke up a log jam of .applications that were being held because funds had been exhausted. Nationwide, loans are now being processed at the rate of about $5 million a month, but indications point to a probable doubling of that pace. In this area McKown said he looks for the main demand to con tinue to be for loans for new con struction, although farm owners J may need the credit to repair or remodel dwellings, put in modern Well feathered nests don't grow on trees. They have to be built! Foresighted people do most of their "nest- building" in their savings accounts. Your idea of a "well feathered nest" may be anything from a by home of your own to financial security for your later years. But whatever it is, the best and surest way to build it is by systematic saving here. Time to start building is now! For.Friendly Help with All Your Banldng Needs, you can depend on us. MEMBER FDIC,--MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM PHONE 10 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. kitchens, install pressure water Washington, D. C. Friday, March ~of $50 at a hearing before Justice supply systems, central heating, 17, for the final judging were of the Peace Merle Alger in Char bathrooms and other convenien- Ronald Beagle of Hagerstown, les Town and had his drivers lic- ces. Other uses in include build- Md. as the winner, and John Pine ense revoked for a period of six lng, repairing or modernizing of Berryville, Va. as the runner- months. barns, dairy and poultry faciliti- up. I Marshall Weller, Route 2, Har ies and other farm service build Other boys who were in the con pers Ferry was apprehended re- ings. Farm owners find much of test were: WiUiam Leith of Mar- cently on a drunken driving char this type of construction necess- tinsburg; Charles Lofton of Win- ge and posted a $50 bond and had ary to cope with changing agric, chester, Va. and John Brinkley of ultural conditions. Chambersburg, Pa. McKown pointed out that by- The winner of the grad con- products of this loan progr~im in test in Washington will receive elude employment of carpenters a flight across the Atlantic in a and other skilled and unskilled la TWA jet plane and a vacation of bor and increased business for ten days in Ireland, Scotland and concerns that handle building ma England. terials and equipment items. Judges for the local contest Eligable to borrow are owners were George Mullen, T. A. Low- of farms that annually will pro- ery and Joseph Staley. duce at least $400 worth of com- modities for sale or home use based on 1944 prices, but who can HousdenInjured not be adequately financed :hrough other sources. When Hit By Car Wendy L Anderson While Riding Cycle, Roger Lee Housden, 11, of Rt. 1, Charles Town, suffered a brok- en right leg and brush burns of the forehead about 6:20 Sunday March 12 when he was struck by a car while riding his bicycle on State Route 9, about 2.3 miles North of Ranson. W. R. Barlow said the youth cut his bicycle across the highway to wards a bus stop and directly in front of a car being driven by Joseph P. Christian, Jr. of Char- les Town. Christian stopped his car immediately and had a wom- an living in a house nearby sum- mon the Charles Town Indepen- dent Fire Company ambulance. Trooper Barlow said several witnesses said the youth had been driving on the opposite side of the highway and steered his bicycle across the highway to- wards a school bus stop where his brother and some other boys were. No charges were placed in the accident, Trooper Barlow said be- cause witnesses stated the driver was not at fault. Drunken Drivers Nabbed By Police Charles Town State Trooper Tommy Ward reported last week the arrest of three car mo- torists on charges of drunken Hamed To Honor Society University Of Colorado his drivers license revoked for six months following a hearing before Justice of the Peace Al- ger. Trooper Ward nabbed Wel- ler on State Route 9, North of Ranson. Kenneth Lee Writt, 19, was giv en a sentence of three months in the Jefferson County jail follow- Wendy L. Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson ~f Harpers Ferry, was one of 24 coeds at the University_ of Color- ado tapped March 18 by Mortar Board, senior Woman's Honor ;ociety. Selection for the Society is bas ed upon leadership, scholarship and service. Current members of the Soc- iety tapped the new pledges at in termission of the annual Assoc- iated Women Student's Revue in Macky Auditorium at Colorado University. Miss ~nderson, a transfer stu- dent from Oberlin, has served on the College of Music Student Council, sung with University Choir and Festival Chorus, served on the Christian Science student group's board of directors and re ceived a Sigma Epsilon Sigma scholarship. She has been a dormitory wing secretary and is a member of the student branch, Music Tachers' National Association. Post Carrier Bop Named Contest Winners driving. ing a hearing before Justice Al- ger on charges of drunken driv- ing and joy riding. He was arres- ted by Trooper Tommy Ward on State Route 9, while driving a Robinson Ice and Cold Storage Company truck which he said he had borrowed. Charles Painter Is Sflghtly InJured In Highway Accident Charles Russell Painter of Euc lid Avenue, suffered minor lacer- ations of one leg about 5:15 Men- Sponsored by the American Association of State Highway Officials, the great National Road Test is the mo~. signifi- cant pavement test of all time. In this impartial test, concrete and as- phalt ~ecfions were subjected to the same 2.year traffic under identical conditiom of weather, soil and vehicle loads. In standing up to traffic, concrete's mar- gin of superiority grew steadily greater as the test progressed. At the end of test day March 30 when a car in which he and four others were riding went out of control on State Rt. 51, about 2.5 miles west of Char- les Town. Charles Town State Trooper W. R. Barlow said Gary Gene Everts RFD 1, Charles Town, was driv. ing the 1952 Ford Sedan East on Route 51, when it went out of con trol and turned over. Painter was the only one in the car to suf- fer any injuries at all. Everts was charged with fail- ure to have his car under con. trol. Damage to the car amounted to about $250. Five carrier boys for the Wash Trooper Wardsaid Thomas B. ington Post newspaper competed Landers, Harpers Ferry, was tak Saturday, March 14 in a contest en into custody about 11:30 the to represent this division in the morning of March 13 while driv. final judging in the Ang!o-Gacl- ing in an intoxicated condition on ic adventure contest being staged U, S. Route 340 near the W. & R. by o t. to go He a ) 1 Columbus .1 A PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION traffic, a count of surviving sections showed 74.6% of the concrete still per. forming. Just 23.6% of the asphalt ec- tions remained. Rideability measure- ments, trio, showed concrete ahead by a wide margin. This is vital evidence to rap, port the choic~ of tenet'ere pavements for roads and streets. Your state helped finance this test to brfi~g you better highways...maximum value for every dollar spent.