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Lackland Air Base Vernon C. Lloyd At --From The Files of The-- OF JEFFERSON - FARMERS ADVOCATE By:--Mrs. June (Slusher) Bohrer AGO -- 1951 of Community Oil their guests were en- the American Legion Thurman A. Whitacre the 20th Anniversary Legion catcher years is coach High School having taken over who will shortly Armed Forces. her home near Shep Mrs. Rose Lehew; former prosecut of Jefferson County in Charleston; Miss at her home on Pike; Russell Pitt at the home of his Beavers, Bardane. Rush died at the her sister Miss Sally Mrs. Harold Fritts of announce the en- 20 YEARS AGO 1941 m* DIED: At the home of his dau ghter Mrs. John Eby on the Lee- town Road, John G. Boyer, life long and esteemed resident of the county; at her home in Weston, W. Va. Mrs. Thomas W. Harrison mother of Mrs. John S. Alfriend. MARRIED: In Washington, D. C., Kirby Price of Charles Town and Miss Doris Greene of Wash- ington, D. C.; in Hagerstown, Md. Oscar ~. Weller of Ranson and Miss Lillian M. Via of Summit Point. A hand made silk cushion, made by Mrs. Chris Nichols who had 3 brothers serving in the Greek Army was awarded at the New York Restaurant netting $47.65. The Cushion was won by Mrs. Omar Whittington of E. Con gress St. Proceeds for the Greek War Relief. Tearing down tl~e old stone Blacksmith's shop at his farm, southeast of town, George S. Mar low found a stone with the in- of their daughter Helen scripton of "G. W. Eichelberger" C. Spiker, son of 1851, carved on it, also taking Clarence Spiker of up much of the stone surface was a large eagle which had been this SHORTHORN AUCI'ION MAY 5, 1961 P. M. RMERS EXCHANGE Virginia SELLING Cows with Calves, Open Heifers. ld into it. Miss Helen R. Sisk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sisk, Lee- town and Mr. Hugh H. Collis, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Collis were married April 13, 1941 at the Leetown Baptist Parsonage by the Rev. Sam Crawford. 40 YEARS AGO -- 1921 VERNON C. LLOYD A/B Vernon C. Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs: Charles E. Lloyd, of Summit Point, W. Va. is now training at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas. He is training in Air Force Police work. Young Lloyd was graduated from Char- les Town High School with the class of 1959 and then enlisted in the Air Force. His address is A/B Vernon C. Lloyd, AF-13714935, Box 1541 Sch. Ron. 3428, Lack- land Air Force Base, Texas. Wednesday callers with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Chapman moved last week from Everhart bunga- low to a trailer they bought on the Martinsburg Pike. Mr. John Wagaman and Mr. Lester Mannors of Hagerstown, Md. were Saturday afternoon call ers with Mr. Bert Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins of MARRIED: In Hagerstown, Md. Kabletown were Sunday after- James W. Clendening to Miss Ada noon callers with the latters bro- Jennings, both of the county; atither Mr. and Mrs. Levi Gray. the Manse at Duffields by the i Mrs. Lester Ott and son Mich- Rev. J. C. Siler, Arnold Moler to ael spent the day with her mother Miss Bertie Ronemus, both of the Mrs. James Dailey. county; at the Episcopal Rectory Mrs. Roy Pulse and children of in Charles Town by the Rev. Con Middleway were Saturday morn- rad Goodwin, Laurence W. An- ing callers with her sister Mrs. an c e to Buy ders and Miss Grace Edmonia Beulah Fritts. Sorry to hear their ,~ Beef Cattle at Boyd, both of the county, mother Mrs. Mary Cline had been very sick again. She has been lean afford to pay. DIED: In Harper s Ferry from staying with Mrs. Pulse since corn typhoid fever, Elmer Potts; in HAWO:THn West Bolivar, Mrs. Margaret E. J ing from the hospital. We all Wiltshire, wife of Morris Wilt-iwish her a speedy recovery. shire; near Wheatland, Mrs. Blan Mrs. Edythe Jones and child- C0 che McAteei wife of Frank H. Mc ren of Martinsburg and Miss Eva Pace and Mr. Garry Miller of Hed Atee. 812 VA. 2t. |, I CHARLES EATRE W. VA. THRU FRIDAY Only 7:30 P. M. .7:00-9:00 P. M. 60 YEARS AGO -- 1901 The Rev. J. P. Essex became of the Baptist Churches, at Leetown, Summit Point, Shen andoah Junction and Mount Zi~. Cards were issued ToY the ~r-: riage of B. F. Harrison, cashier of the Jefferson Savings Bank of Shepherdstown to Miss Virginia Strider of Berkeley County. John T. McGraw of Grafton and Millville D. Post of Wheeling ~formed a partnership to practice law. Post afterwards became not- ed as a writer. 80 YEARS AGO --- 1881 & 8:00 P.M. DIED: At her home near Char- les Town, Mrs. Lucy E. Packette, - Adults 50c widow of John B. Packette and daughter of the late Samuel Wash ington of Harewood; near the and Thursday Blomery, Jere Harris. 26 and 27 William Phillips in the lumber business in Charles Town .took three of his sons in partnership with him. 90 YEARS AGO -- 1871 Love MARRIED: By the Rev. A. C. 9f All Timex Hopkins, Jno. M. Howell to Miss Erma R. Taylor, both of the coun Richard Denisty; in Martinsburg by the Rev. " EGAN O'DEA Mr. Stinger, J. Brisham Walker editor of the Charleston, W. Va. Gazette to Miss Emma Snow Stro APRIL 28 ther. (5) DAYS ADVENTURE! By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands ~m ,ION JANET MUNRO and Thursday 3 and 4 SCIENCE. SHOW! PICTURE Mr. and Mrs. James Fritts and grandson spent last Sunday in Baltimore, Md. with their daugh- ter Catherine. They gave Mrs. Fritts a birthday dinner as the 17th was her birthday. Mrs. Elizabeth Henry and son Garry of Ranson were Friday ev- ening callers with her sister Mrs. Robert Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and son Russell of Middleway spent Monday With their parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mrs. Geo- rge Jones was also a caller Mon- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Granville Cauley and Mrs. Marie Miller and two children of Tomahawk spent Sun- day afternoon with their nephew Mr. ~d-Mrs. Harry Shirley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry spent the weekend in Baltimore, Md. with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Ham )ton and son and also called on :heir sister Mrs. Neale Goliday md family. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts spent Saturday evening with friends in Brunswick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins of Kabletown were Friday night callers with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Obie John ston and daughters. Mrs. George Yickers and two little daughters of town were Wednesday evening callers with her sister Mrs. Lester Ott and family. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- male and children Dontla and Davie of town and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald wiles and daugh~r Sher- r1 of Loudoun'HeAght , Va. were i gesville were last Thursday visi- tors with the formers brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and family at Mid- dleway. ~, Rolm',.d Whipp of Millville ~pt~t.the weekend with his bro- and sister Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Mr. and Mrs. Baker Penwell gave their mother Mrs. James Fritts a birthday supper Monday the 17th. Turkey and all of the trimmings were served. Mrs. FriLLs grandchildren and Mr. Fritts helped her to celebrate the happy occasion. She received some nice presents. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover- male and children Donna and Day ie of town were Wednesday even ing callers with fheir grandpar- ents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. The W. S. C. S. of Oakland Me- thodist Church met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry on Wednesday evening. There was a good attendance and the hostess served refreshments after the meeting was over. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fritts spent the day Sunday with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Herndon and dau- ghter Melody in Falls Church, Va. Mrs. Nelson Bush was a caller one morning last week with her mother Mrs. Willingham and dau ghter in Kearneysville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye, Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chamblin of Ranson, Mr. Sylvester Frye of Bethesda, Md. spent the day Sun day with their son-in-la~# and dan ghter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks in Brunswick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Viands and daughters Mary and Nancy were callers Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wiley at Rip- pon. Chades Town Kiwanians Will Be Host To Fifth Division Inter-Club Meet The Charles Town Kiwanis Club will be host tonight to a Fif- th Division inter-club meeting being held in observance of Un- ited States-Canada Goodwill week. Dinner will be served at 6:15 o'clock at the Thomas Jefferson Hotel. Guest speaker will be James Langley who has been counsellor for the past two years at the Can adian Embassy in Washington. Born in Ottawa, Mr. Langley ser- ved in the British Army, grad- uated from Oxford University, taught at Toronto University and served in the Canadian Embassy at Brussells prior to coming to Washington. Harold Kisner, local inter-club chairman, announced today that he expects representatives from Kiwanis Clubs in Martinsburg, Berkeley Springs, Petersburg and Keyser to be present. Last wedk the Charles Town club visited Wright Denney Grad ed School for dinner and then sponsored a hobby show for the students of that school. Members of the faculty were guests of the club at the meeting. Jack Huyett was in charge of the program. By Miss Dorothy Bowers Mr. and Mrs. James Milton, Mrs. Raymond Myers and Mrs. William Seibert of Charles Town were visitors Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Na- thanel Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Trail and son Mark visited them Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Stephen Dalgarn Jr. of Charles Town was a visitor Thurs day afternoon with her mother and sister Mrs. Annie Pope and daughter Esther. Mrs. Alec Costello, Mrs. Will- iam Hoak, Mrs. Winerd Bowers, [Mrs. Earl Peacher, Mrs. Joseph i Ranalli, Mrs. Bernard Ott, Mrs. Lester Moler, Mrs. Marshall Mc- Aboy, Mrs. Elmer Wright, Mrs. Nathanel Gray, Jr., Mrs. Ray- mond Parks, Mrs. Stephen Dar- garn, Jr., Mrs. W. Graham Wood and Mrs. Harold Goodwin attend- ed the District IV meetin~ of the Women of the Winchester Pres- bytery Wednesday in Kearneys- ville, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peacher and son of Hagerstown, Md. visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peacher and sons Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Aiton Muse and sons spent Sunday with the for- mers mother Mrs. Gentry L. Muse and family in Leesburg, Va. Mrs. Bernard Ott was a lunch- eon guest Tuesday of her son-in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anders and family in Charles Town. Mrs. Elmer Wright and Mrs. Ed win Clevenger were Thursday overnight guests of Mrs. Mary Jenkins, in Alexandria, Va. and on Friday left by bus for Rocky Mount, N. C. where they spent the weekend with Rev. and Mrs. Harry Thomas. Enroute home they plan to visit ET/1 and Mrs. Granville Wright and daughters, in Hampton, Va. Little Miss Karla Kay McKee o~ Charles Town was weekend guest of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Marshall McAboy and sons. Mrs. Betty Frye, Mrs. William Hoak, Mrs. Frank Simons and son Michael visited Mrs. Florence Pope at the Locust Grove Rest SPIRIT OF JEFFERSuz r zas ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1961 5--C Home in Bolivar, Sunday after- Costello of Charles Town, Mr. Ed noon. win Clevenger and daughter Shar Mrs. Lester Moler and Mrs. Ber on of Halltown. nard Ott visited Mrs. Norman Rid Mrs. Francis Whittington has er in Charles Town Friday morn ing. returned to her home from the Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. Winchester Memorial Hospital and Mrs. Alec Costello and dau- where she underwent eye surgery ghter were Mr, and Mrs. Edward last week. i FOR YOUR CALL CHARLES TOWN 899 OR VISIT OUR PLANT AT MILLVILLE, W. VA. 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