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April 21, 1966

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in the Sharp, burg area since 192 . He was a graduate of Newberry College, S. C.; Medicine School of University of Maryland He was a member of American Medical Association, Maryland State AMA Society. He was presi- dent of the Washington County Medical Society in 1957. He was I DR. WALTER SHEALY a member of A A G P, and '--Walter Hal Shealy, 69, of Lions Club, Sharpsburg;" and was past president of the tIistorical M ain St., Sharpsburg, died Society of Washington County. Friday night at 6:15 after a He was in charge of Civil War illness at Washington Cou- Centennial Commission for the spiral. He was the widower State of Maryland and president Anne Marie Baker Shealy. of Antietam - South Mountain Centennial Commission. was the son of the late He was the doctor for the Mary K. anu Addle Paget She- land Correctional Institution for of South Carolina. the past three years. A member Shealy practiced medicine of the American Legion Po~st, Sharpsburg, and Fire Company of Sharpsburg; and a veteran of World War I serving the Marine Corps He served on the Selective Service Draft Board in World War II. He was a member of Sons of Confederate Veterans and was well known in Jefferson Cou- nty. He is survived by one son, Jos- eph Shealy, Takoma Park; one daughter, Mrs. Charles R. Lan- galls, Falls Church Va.; one bro- VOTE FOR DANDRIDGE Former Principal Of Jackson High School Man With School ther, Berley Shealy, Batesburg, S. C.; and two grqndchildren. Funeral services were held from the Lutheran Church, Sharpsburg And Training) on Tuesday at 2 p. m.; Rev. Char- les Birx officiating; with burial FOR THE :in Mountain View Cemetery. COUNTY NELLIE MADGE MILLS OF EDUCATION Funeral scrvices were held Sun Your Vote Appreciated day at 2 p. m. from the Bakerton Jan. 27.TE Pd. Pol. Adv. Methodist Church for Mrs. Nellie Madge Mills, 70, of Bakerton, W. Va., who died unexpectedly Thurs day, APril 14, at her home The Rev. Luther Crady of Shepherds- VOTE FOR town, officiated and burial was two bro hcr. harry a le, Dar-r L 4tl*_L_l__ ..... U/e_ll at the ho ital hag been a prob. gan, Md." and'Lloyd Sagle, Ia ers/mvor .Icmas carson m. :seek as dnC:in s i:n that h oPi q( town, M i. " +, p ". : n g . s / D~ E|J~.,wJLlll TA ~&~ T|ll, i Vt~[N TA[[~IIB~@ Its license if the sewerage ss n t MRS MA~ILLIAMS ] Hg'l.lgt ,llUll 1U 1 Ulll 1W11"/U DI lllllm disposed of properly. Funeral services were heldl ..... || Aaa.Ai..a ~.,~[#| rainl:4bfi ... .Okeh for, ... Monday at 2 p. m. from the Mel-1 t,0UHU!/4WUrU 3 I, uK, I T jgl 1L, g rermlsmon to nook line t:nar- vin T. Strider Colonial FuneralI "" les Town's sewer lines had been Home in Ranson for Mrs Marl ----------'-- " ..... al se - ..... :...' ~. '; .... "t Announcement was made Mon-,re-elec~ion and H. L Sechrist given _. veral years garet Jane wnllams, at, oz . ' , ' . ago, ann last nignt me council hanicstown W Va who died day mght by Charles Town s[ and Dr. D, C. Master, have not ..... a +...n .... .h.~ h.~,~i+o] t. om followin I Mayor Nicholas Carson, that he! yet announced thelr (!eclsl.n.. 1,. mh........ fly .wnor~ hnak Thursday at her h e, g - " - ~ rJ~ .......... '~'~'~" ~'~ ............ .. m.. ,~r ~h,~u+ ,~,. months !will seek re-electron m the forth-[ In other ousmess ~ne na .... . ,. ~l~e"l~ev~"C~ar~"Recl~iev Method+coming Ma~ Municipal election I Town City Council gave final ap- into mew nne. " - ' ": + ; for another two-year term as May- [ proval to a new lrancmse for me ~ --------------- d~st pastor of SummR Point, of .... " " " + ~ a * - made in Ed e or of Charles Town Mayor Car-I Jefferson Cablewsmn Comp ny to ~11~1;t| W/tnl;ul hltu ciated Burial was g . - .... .. . ,.,i,~,~,,~, ,,vmu,, ,~ ~-~ ~4ill Cemetery in Charles Town son has already served nine con-!opezate a cable TV serwce w~th-I $ Th~ deceased was, bor-,, in secutwe two-veer+ terms, or 18 m the ctty .hmzts" . . l h ...... @.._J_.. It I--L-- Gerrardstown, W Va June 3 years as Mayor of Charles Town. Changes m the final ordznance rrogr~m ~u~u~y ~| ~o~H included: if the company wants SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARM "IPS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966 Town at 6:30 p. m. GOP Candidate For The occasion will afford an op- +It_ @---I. portunity for the people of Jeff- II q . pellK erson County" to meet and hear ....... some of the Republican candid- At leffar~an Rally ales whose names will be on the ................ a ballot in the May I0 primary. Among those expected to be present ore Francis Love of Wheeling, and Harold Cutwright of Ivanhoe. who are candidates for the United States Senate. Love is a graduate of Bethany College and West Virginia Uni- versity College of Law. He was 1884, a daughter of the late Char- I In making ms announcement les M. and Mary Ann Shrodes+ to Council the Mayor said his Baker. She was a member of the main objective in seeking the of- Methodist Church. Her husband rice again is to continue his el- Robert Lee Williams, died in forts in behalf of a number of June 1938. community improvement projects Surviving are a 0aughter, Mrs. which he said have been, and are, Ruth Viola Ashby, of Mechanics- very close to him. One of them to increase rates, it must come before the council and ask ap- proval; the franchise will be non- exclusive for 20 years; if the com- pany fails to comply with terms of the franchise, the poles and cables will belong to the town Wesley Methodist Church A special Woman's Day pro- gram has been arranged for John Wesley Methodist Church in Harp ers Ferry at 2:30 Sunday after- noon, it was announced Wednes- day by the Rev. A. Brockington, pastor. Dr. Houston Jackson, of Balti- more, Md., will be present as the guest speaker and there will also be special music for the program. Mrs. Ophelia Snowden, general chairman of arrangements, said the public is invited to attend. a former principal of Warwood High School, in Wheeling, and has practiced law in West Vir- ginia for more than thirty years. Other guests will be George Strader of Buckhannon and Al- bert Minnich from Martinsburg who are in the race for Congress- man from the Second District. Candidates for Secretary of State are John Callabs of Huntington and Louise Reed of Elizabeth They will be present as will K+ Brent Johnson, Martinsburg and John I. Rogers, Keyser, who are candidates for the State Senate fronl the 16th District. Tickets for the dinner are $2.25 and may be purchased from Miss Susan Knott in Shepherdstown, Mrs. Darrell Koonce, Charles the necessary materials and mem- pire May 30, Vivan Bush and proval. FRANCIS LOVE hers of the club doing the work. Dewey Ambrose, are not seekingi J. Robert Cain, superintendent Plans are being completed fm The club also voted a $50 do- re-election. Bush has moved out-of municipal works, announcedGO I~'lr~ [~UR~ SUHDAY the "Meet-the-Candidate Dinner" nation to the town of Ranson to side the town's corporate limits that Charles Town General Has- sponsored by the Jefferson Coun- be used toward the purchase of and Ambrose will not be a cand- pital is preparing to spend $25,- ty Republican Club on Saturday, a new police car and lesser a- idate. 000 to $30,000 to hook into Char- April 30. The dinner wile be held mounts were donated to the two Ed Braxton has decided to seek les Town's sewer lines. Sewerage Subscribe To The Spirit-Advocate at the Moose Hall in Charles Charles Town fire companies. A special donation of $50 was also made to a Ranson family which was recently burned out. The club also agreed to spon- sor a baseball team in Ransom the details to be announced later. :::i Clifford Umscheid .... Town, and Mr. Walter Jenkins. Harpers Ferr:.