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w i! !!i •i ii 1971 Was Busiest In $$ Years Of Charles Town 00ndependent Fire Co. : The year of 1971 was bust- the st year in the 88 years the Char- ;[es Town Independent Fire Com- pany has been in operation, ac- ording to the annual company re ort which has now been released. " The company was organized in :884 strictly on a volunteer basis n d it still operates on the same olunteer basis, but with more d broader services to the com- munity and county. : According to the six page bro- which includes pictures de- phases of the company's in 1890, 1930, 1950 and a total of $23,243.08 was during the past year maim and operating the fire and services. Of this $17,322.22 was spent in the excellent fire serv- ice to the county. One of the major expenses con- nected with the fire fighting and prevention service is the insur- ance on the building, equipment and members which totaled $3, i360.90. The past year, however, there was a $5,545.65 cost for making repairs to and enlarging the company's headquarters, which resulted in adding the rooms formerly occupied by the Charles Town Police Department to the fire station. A total of $1, 070.33 was spent on making re- pairs to the company's mobile fire equipment and another $1, 099 for repairs to the company's two ambulances. The cost of gas and oil for the mobile equipment amounted to $591.00 and gas, oil and repairs for the portable equip HONEST EFFICIENT COOPERATIVE FULL TIME Citizens Of Jefferson County In February I made a firm commitment to you. I stated in my campaign advertisement in this paper that, if elected, I would be a full time sheriff. Today, as in February, I stand firmly on this commitment, which I made based on my feeling as a concerned citizen, that Jefferson County needs a full time sheriff to meet and fulfill the duties and obligations of the office. For my experience I offer you 3 years in the U. S. Army where I attained the rank of staff sergeant, selection for leader- ship training at the leadership school in Camp Chaffee, Ark., graduation from the Guided Missile Technical Center in Fort Bliss, Texas, was troop instructor on guided missile systems at Aberdee n Proving Grounds, Md., 5 years in the Dept. of the Army under civil service as guided, missile technician, team leader for off-post activities, coordinator and instructor in a technical school on guided missile systems, and 12 years in industry where I have worked in all phases from laborer to supervision and management positions. I have always believed that good leadership, not force, brings out the best in people. Elect a full time sheriff to serve all citizens of Jefferson County, one who is concerned and aware of the needs and duties of the office. ELECT 6ROVER A. "Sonny" WIL0000N DEMOCRAT FOR SHERIFF Apr. 13-1t-(Pol. Adv.) Closing Out Sale Discontinuing farming and the raising of Beef Cattle, I will sell the following, located on the Selove Farm at Butler's Chapel on the Dry Run Road, 4 miles West of Martinsburg, W. Va. SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1972 SALE BEGINNING AT 10:45 A. M. 60--HEAD 0I BEEF CATTLE--60 10 HEREFORD COWS with CALVES 9 ANGUS COWS with CALVES 4 CROSSBRED COWS with CALVES 4 HEREFORD COWS, Springing 1 ANGUS COW,Sprlnging 2 YEARLING HEREFORD HEIFERS 1 YEARLING ANGUS HEIFER 2 YEARLING CHAROLAIS HEIFERS 2 YEARLING HEREFORD BULLS 1 YEARLING CHAROLAIS BULL 1 3-YIL-OLD HEREFORD BULL None of these Cattle are over 5 years old. Farm Machinery International 444 tractor (less than 500 Hrs., like new); Farmall Super C tractor with mower, cultivators, plow; wood saw; Int. No. 230 3-pt. hitch mower (new); Massey Ferguson No. 12 baler with thrower; M. M. Pro manure spreader; Dan- heuser post hole digger; Int. Pick-Up disc; Case 2-14" trip bottom plow; Int. 7-ft. disc harrow; 3 rubber tire wagons; 2 farm trailers on rubber; 3-pt. hitch scraper blade; Ferguson rake; hay elevator; 3-pt. hitch Bush Hog; Int. 3-pt. rotary mower; R0to Tiller; HomeUte chain saw; air compremmr; shop took.  HousehoM Furniture Magnavox Console Stereo; RCA T.V. (Console); Maytag Wringer Washer; Living Room Furniture; Bedroom Furniture; Numerous Other Items. 1964 DODGE 4-DOOR SEDAN m 1969 DODGE SWINGER 1968 FORD ½-TON PICK-UP  1969 HONDA DREAM TERMS OF SALE--CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. Not Responsible for Accidents on Premises. Lunch Right Reserved. ' Winton P. Bohrer Auctioneer: EDWARD "Ned" MORROW Clerk: CHARLES E. "Buddy" WARE April &la,2t, ment amounted to $832.66. Gas I And the company also needs and oil for the two ambulances the financial support of the com- amounted to $986.56 and supplies l munity in order to grow and stay and. laundry for the ambulance t modern with the connnumty servzce were listed at another growth, Reininger stated. $727.02. Office and janitorial sup plies cost the company $703.59, while water, sewer, fuel and tale phone service amounted to $925.83 Miscellaneous expenses for the ambulance were listed at $208.00. Membership in various • fire- fighting organizations, attendance at fire and rescue schools, fire- men's conference, fire prevention meetings, etc., cost the company ;512.00. During the year a second ambu lance, a 1971 Chevrolet, was pur- chased and equipped for local service at a cost of $5,920.86. By doing most of the work locally the company managed to save about $6,000, it was stated. During the year the company answered a total of 139 fire alarms and made 68 services calls for a total of 207. Grass, trash and brush, fires led the list with 39 calls, while autos, trucks and trac- tors were a close second with 37. There were six small building fires, five barns and a total of three fire fatalities listed during the year. The 69 service calls included such things as checking out smoke helping to get stranded cars from high waters, washing down high- ways following accidents, flush- ing sewers, etc. The company's fire equipment traveled a total of 6,923 miles dur ing the year. ! Under the ambulance service a total of 627 local calls were re- ceived and another 203 others, making a total of 803. And a total of 19,410 miles were travelled by the two ambulances, the rescue unit and the Citizen's Fire Corn-' pany Rescue Unit. A total of 82 of the calls were for highway acci dents, 72 for heart attack patients, 88 for aged patients; 62 for frac- tures; 34 for persons suffering strokes and 13 for pedestrians struck by motor vehicles. Long distance runs were made to such distant points at Washing ton, D. C.; Baltimore, Md., Weston Morgantown, West Union, Atlan- tic City, N. J.; and numerous other places. A total of 90 runs were made to Winchester Va., Memorial Hospital; 29 to Martins- burg Hospitals and 45 to the New ton D. Baker Center. Charles F. Reininger, president of the company, said in releasing the report that, numbers tell one story, the real story is that of the long hours of training, thoughtful and progressive leadership and ad ministration. He said the commu- nity continues to grow and be- come more diversified and the company must grow to in order to continue in the demands for fire and ambulance service. He said the company needs new mere bers, men who are willing to train hard, work hard and give of their time and skill unselfishly to the community and county without compensation. STAGGERS ] FOR CONGRESS III I | fl0WARD'00' WILT DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE --FOR-. SHERIff OF JEFFERSON COUNTY HOWARD "BUD" WILT • Native of Jefferson County. Born near Bolivar. • Graduate of Charles Town High School and Shepherd Col- lege. • Builder, Businessman a,d teacher, • Lay Leader of New St. United Methodist Church. • Married and father of four eMldren. • Civic minded. Has been vol- unteer fireman, member of Sr. Chamber of Commerce & Cham. ber of Commerce. • Currently member of Shep- herdstewn Council & NE-3 Com- mittee for Highway Planning ill the Eastern Panhandle. • 37 Years Old - Young enough to bring vigor to the job and old enough .to be tempered by ex. perienee. (Apr. 13.27), II111 I BAKERTON Mlt. Ptt/ ,,kNN TAIA,EY (FROM LAST WEEK) Mr. and Mrs. lorman Geary and Norma, visited relatives m Winchester on Thursday. Sunaay visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Geary and Norma were Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Geary and sons of Shepherds town. Master Scott Geary and Master Todd Geary spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Iorman Geary and iorma. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Just of Johnsontown, Pa. spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. William Snyaer and Mr. and Mrs. William Capriotti. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Snyaer were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trundle and daugh- ter of Centervilie, Va. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Capriotti were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Capriotti and daugh- ter of Vianna, Va. Mr. Dennis Capriotti of Morgan town spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Capriotti. Mr. Carl Hill who has been in the hospital is expected to return home on Wednesday. Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Carl Hill and Mrs. Bessie Hill were Mrs. Charles Hanunond and dau ghter of Martinsburg. Mrs. Eddie Mouser of Winches- ter, Va. visited with Mrs. Carl Hill and Mrs. Bessie Hill on Sat- urday evening. Easter Sunday visitors of Mrs. Carl Hill and Mrs. Bessie Hill were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hill of Scrabble, Mrs. Bertha Hoffman of Martinsburg, Mr. Melvin Heft- master of Bakerton and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hoffmaster of Fred erick, Md. Saturday evening dinner gue- sts of Mrs. Margaret Daugherty were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dau- gherty. Mr. and Mrs. James Tucker and daughter of Lanham, Md. were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daugherty and fam- ily. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mose were Mrs. Ercelle Quinn and Mr. Bob Wibeck of Washington, D. C., and Mr. Carl Delauney, of Shepherds- town. -" Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mose were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Rowe and son, Mrs. Ger- alein "Speaker and son, Charles and Mr. and Mrs, Mac Miller and granddaughter, Pare, all of Sharps burg; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mose and family of Ranson; Mrs. Helen Delauter of Frederick, Md., and Mr. J. P. Mose of Beaver Creek, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mose of East Liverpool, Ohio were week- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ford Mose. Mrs. Helen Delauter of Fred- erick, Md. visited with Mr. and Mrs. Casey Delauter this weekend Mrs. Mark Horn motored to Charlottesville, Va. recently, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mose accom- panied her as far as Culpepper, Va., where they spent the night with Mrs. Lucy Lee Johnston, Mrs. Horn went to Charlottes- ville to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jahn Horn and family. Recent weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hoffmaster were Mr. and Mrs. William Burke and children of Hyattsville, Md. Weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hoffmaster were Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hoffmaster of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Geary and sons of Shepherds town, and Mrs. Jeanette Brook- man and Mrs. Nellie Kidwiler of Riverdale, Md. Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and Mrs. Annie Loudan were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tabler of Martinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudan of Martinsburg Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Loudan and family of Knoxville, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Loudan and daugh- ter of Ranson, and Mr. and Mrs. John Harding and family of Bru- nswick, Md. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Talley were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Manuel and family of Har pars Ferry. Miss Kathy Manuel spent Sun- day night and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Talley. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Talley were Mrs. Samuel Talley and daughter, Barbara, of Van Clevesville. Misses Michelle Lynn and Erin Lee Currier of Charles Town were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Talley. Mr. Phil Tabb of Inwood was a Friday evening guest of Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Talley. Mr. Douglas Currier, Sr., Uvilla and Mr. Phil Tabb, Inwood were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Tailey. Sunday and Monday evening dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lar- ry E. Talley was Mr. Phil Tabb of Inwood. (UVILLA) Mr. and Mrs. Doug- las Currier, Jr., and childern of Charles Town were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dou- glas Currier, St., of Uvilla. MEMBER |IA |JP NAt. I W E WtV P004iP E R ..........  -r-mmdeeL18M ........ AS REPORTED IN THE SPIRIT-ADVOCATE -NEWS OF 0 HER YEARS- 10 - YEARS AGO - 1O Ray Conrad, cashier of Peoples Bank of Charles Town, has been named radio communications off- icer for Jefferson County and John McCord, assistant. A frame barn on the Joseph Ware farm west of Charles Town is destroyed by fire with an esti- mated loss of $5,000. More than 1000 people, includ- ing many distinguished guests at tended the opening of the John Brown Civil War Showcase at Harpers Ferry. DIED: - Mrs. Emma K. Riely, 77, wife of Briscoe Riely, Charles Town, in the local hospital; Wil- liam Hamilton Morrow, St., 68, of Hagerstown, Md., a native of Sum mit Point, in Washington County Hospital; Clark Bowling, 67, Char lee Town, in the hospital here; Nevin Craig Shatter of Ranson in Charles Town General Hospital; Mrs. Dorcas M. Zinn, a native of Middleway, at her home in Kear- neysville. Feature of Blue Ridge Live- stock Sales was prime veal top $39.25; prime spring lambs $24.75. Carroll "Todd" Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Smith of Charles Town and a former star athlete at Charles Town High School, has set a new scoring mark in Jude and Physical Con- ditioning at Carswell Air Force Base, compiling a score of 960.75 out of a possible 1,000 points for the highest score ever attained in the school's history. 20 - YEARS AGO - 20 Edward Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Boyd of near Rip- pen was the winner of the Star Farmer Award for 1951. Garly Hooe, veteran county baseball star, began his sixth sea- son as manager of the Charles Town American Legion team. The Draft Board issued a call for forty county registrants to report for physical evams on April 17. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Link, well known Jefferson County residents celebrated their 35th. wedding an niversary. The Links were marri- ed at the Lutheran Church in Martinsburg by the Rev. Mr. Trump. DIED: - Charles A. Maxwell of Ranson at the Washington County Hospital, Hagerstown, Md. John A. Washington of Shepherdstown at King's Daughters Hospital, Mar tinsburg; Frenchia M. Engle at his home in Engie; Warren H. Domer, resident of the Muzzy farm near Shepherdstown, at King's Daughters Hospital; the Rev. Ben IL Roller, former rector of Nelson Parish until his retire- ment in 1944. m,=mmm 30 - YEARS AGO - 30 MARRIED: - Miss Frances Fen- ton of Clarke County to Mr. Cab- ell Griffith Tapscott of benan- doah Junction; Miss Sylvia Payne of Rippon and Mr. Howard Brenn er of Martinsburg; Miss Cornelia M. Marquette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Marquette of Harpers Ferry to Mr. Robert Wood Jones of Washington, D. C. The Rev. Cornelius C. Tarplee, former rector of St. James Epis- copal Church, Perry, Florida, ac- cepted a call to become rector of Zion Episcopal Church in Charles Town. DIED: - In King's Daughters Hospital, Martinsburg, Mrs. Edna Bilmyer Aibin, wife of D. Aibin of the Uvilla neighborhood. 50 - YEARS AGO - 50 The Whitmore Lunmber Co. of Charles Town was awarded the IN THE JUVENILE COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA STATE OF WEST VIRGINIA VS: DEPENDENT AND NEGLECTED PETITION DONALD RAY CLARK, INFANT DONALD CLARK, FATHER LORNA CLARK, MOTHER TO: DONALD CLARK LORNA CLARK You and each of you are hereby notified that the State Depart- ment of Welfare has filed a petit. ion in the Juvenile Court of Jeff- erson County, West Virginia, alleg ing that your child, to-wit: Donald Ray Clark is a dependent and neglected child within the mean- ing of the Statute and praying that the parental rights and re- sponsibilities to said child be ter- minated and that the permanent care custody and guardianship of said child be awarded to the De- partment of Welfare with power to consent to his future adoption. You are hereby notified that this matter has been set down for hearing on Monday, the 24th of April, 1972 at 9:30 a. m. before the Judge of the Juvenile Court of Jefferson County, West Vir- ginia in the Court House of Jef- ferson County located in Charles Town, West Virginia. You may attend said hearing at said time and place and do what is necessary to protect your interests. Dated this 28th day of March 1972. MARY L RIGGLEMAN Clerk of the Juvenile Court of Jefferson Corinth, West V'trgil March 30.-t. contract for the construction of a new club house for the Potomac Rod and Gun Club east of Harp- ers Ferry, to cost $70,000. The old Club House had been destroyed by fire. DIED: - At her home in Char- les Town, Mrs. Mary Virginia Eddy; at his home south of Rip- pen; John J. Gardner; in Johns Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore, Md. Charles L. ltosmson of Winches- ter, Va. and Charles Town. @ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1972 70 - YEARS AGO - 70 Assignments of pastors for the county were as follows: Charles Town, the Rev. B. F. Ball; Jeffer- son Circuit, F. A. Strother; Shep- herdstown, J. C. Thrasher. MARRIED: - At the Baptist Church Parsonage in Charles Town by the Rev. L. R. Milbourne James W. Fadeley to Miss Bar- bara Painter of this county. DIED: - Near Halltown, Patrick O'Brien. 90 - YEARS AGO - 90 Grading for the track of the proposed Shenandoah Valley Rail road had been completed through the Aglinby farm north of Char- les Town. DIED: - In Mrs. Mildred C. ter of the late Carver this county. MARRIED: In by the Rev. R. C. F. Turner and Miss der, both of this herdstown by the trong, Edward McKee ! Co. to Miss Ella Hill, John Hill of She Attend 3)oDGE.00 19 CHARGER TOPPER. 7 :r THAT SPORTY-LOOKIN' CHARGER DEAL IS BACK: "TOPPER," WITH A FREE VINYL ROOF. Charger's back, all right. 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