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/ /i ili (: h:i i~ii f 10 YEARS AGO -- 1949 Wales E. Pinnegan arri~'ed at Newton D. Baker VAC from Chic- ago where he had been director of ,Medical Administration in the Veterans Administration former branch office, to assume the dut- ies as Manager, replacing Dr. E. L. Cook, who resigned. Representing Shepherd College, Shepherdstown at the Winches- ~er Festival a~ princess is Patricia Ann McQuade, Charles Town, Miss Frances Towles of Meggett, S. C. and Nora Gordon, Commerce On. The Rev. Jennings Hobson, Jr. of Bluefield, W. Va. has accepted a call to the rectorship of Nelson Parish~ according- to announce- ment made by George T. Shirley senior warden. DIED:-At the home of her sis- ter, Mrs. Newton Snyder, at Pike- side, Mrs. Lillie Virginia Hayslett who was practically a lifelong res ident of Jefferson Co.. widow of Harry H. Hayslett; Mrs. Jeanette Luttrell Miller, a resident of Front Royal, Va., died in Winchester Memorial Hospital; Funeral ser- vices were held for James Patter- son, Negro who died in New York, N. Y. where he had been a pat- ient in a veterans hospital and a former employee of Charles Town General Hospital, Perry Green, Ne gro a native of Charles Town; Mrs, Harriett West Carey, colored; MARRIED : -'Miss Thelma R. Fraley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fraley of Bakerton was married to Mr. Ephraim Waga- man Day, son of Mrs. Walter Ar- OF PERSONAL PROPERTY nett; Miss Lucille Tharpe, daugh- ter of Mrs. Dessie Mae Tharpe and the late Jenney B. Tharpe, be came the bride of Donald Ray Smallwood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robe|% Smallwood of town. Miss Mary Jane Coleman of Charles Town, became the bride of Harry Armstrong Healy of Middletown, N. Y. 20 YEARS AGO --- 1939 MARRIED:-In Baltimore, Miss Urath Cromwell, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moore. of JeffersOn County to Mr. Newton Moore Gibson, son of J. Gregg Gibson; in Washington, D. C. Mrs. Rose Marie Righter of Shep herdstown to Charles Osbourn, for merly of Charles Town; in Berry- ville, Va. Miss Rose Ella Hmn- met to George C. Renner of Rip- pan. Graver Benner was named Su- perintendent of the Peoples Water Service Co.; and Linden Bush as Cashier. DIED:-At her home west of Shenandoah Junction, Mrs. Emma CONDUCTED BY NULL & NULL, Auctioneers Discontinuing the-Dairy Business, I the undersigned will sell on premises (formerly Wilfred M. Watkins Farm) where I now reside located on State Highway (Route 27) leading front Damascus to Ridgeville, about 5-miles South of Ridgeville and l-mile North of Damascus in Montgomery County, Md., on FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1959 BEGINNING AT 11:00 O'CLOCK A. M. (D S. ~r) THE FOLLO~IN(; TO-VVIT: 40---HEAD DAIRY CATTLE---40 33 llolstein Milch Cows, 2 Guernsey Milch Cows, I Ayrshire Milch Cow, 7 recently freshened, 9 close springers, balance in full flow of milk and bred for fail'production, all young and raised from artificially bred dams. 4 Open Holstein tleifers, i average butterfat test past 2 years 41. several with over 400 Ibm. butterfat Vaccinated, T. B and Bang's Accredited, last test within 30 days of sale. Health sheet given with each i animal. Eligible for interstate shipment I)AIRY EQUIPMENT:--Unico Stainless Steel 200 gallon Milk Tank, (Jell 80-gallon Electric Water Heater, 2 Surge and 1 l)eLaval Milking Units. DeLaval Vacuum Pump and motor; 3 ~eetion wash tank, boiler, gages, etc.; large sterilizer, electric i cow clippers. Miscellaneous Dairy Equipment. FARM EQUIPMENT:---Farmall It Tractor, Oliver 2 bottom 14-inch gang plow, nearly new King Wyse 32-ft. elevator with corn drag: ensilage cutter, International manure loader, Mas- scy-Harris mower, front end saw and belt; Chicken brooder equipment, miscellaneous articles. TERMS OF SALE:--CASH with Clerk on Sale Day and no property removed until paid for. Lunch and Refreshments Served by W. S. C. S. of Mont- gomery Church. HERBERT E. STEELE, Owner -" DAMASCUS, MD NULL AND NULL, Auctioneers. Frederick, Md. JERRY T. WILLIAMS. Clerk. April 30- It. Edffar A. F~ride~-, a l~aLive of 13ol- ivar; at her home on W. Liberty St., Mrs. Annie Bowers Everts; at his home on Camp Hill, George W, Possett. Summoned on the Grand Jury for the April 1939 term of Circuit Court were Leland Shugart, Rob- ert T. Browse, John H. Goode, T W. Marlow, J. M. Trapnell, John G. Gardner, Herman Huyett, C. E. Widmyer, Robert Newton, O. O. Bradley, R. I. Best, H. T McDon- ald, J. G. Gibson, C. J. Cavalier, C. N. Byron and Charles J. Derr, H. T. McDonald was selected as foreman. 30 YEARS AGO -- 1929 Lakeland Theatre opened on E. Liberty Street. Messrs. Lee Bushong and Shields Johnson of Roanoke College, both well known in Charles Town won college debates over Randolph- Macon College. Miss Georgia Robertson and Dr. Jonathan Edward Burns were mar ried in Kansas City, Mo. DIED:At the home of his daugh ter, ,Mrs. Jno. C. Allen on the Mid= dleway pike, Charles W. Carter, a veteran of Mosby's Command, C. S. A. 84: in Martinsburg Hospital Albert H. Kenneford. The April 1929 Grand Jury was M. O. Rouss, foreman; Jno. L. Burns, S. W. Hahn, Isaac Herz, Charles W. Crider, Carrel R. Jones, B. E, Maddex, HerbertC. Miller, D. Lynn Magruder, R. I. Macoughtry. Robert G. Miller, B. F. Porter, A. C Morgan , H. C. Malone and H. G. Heflebower. 40 YEARS AC, O --- 1919 MaNage licenses were issued by Ie; Town ~nd .lvr,;; Dai.~y iv[9..y ,~i- ford of Middleway; Bernice P. Walsh and Miss Manilla A. Cos- tello, both of Myers~town; Raleigh H. Finch, Charles Town and Edi- th May Everhart, Winchester, Va. DIED:-At his home in Charles Town, W. Va. H. Griffith; at the Charles Town Hospital, A, D. Barr at Accomac, Va. the Roy. Jefferson l~andolph Taylor former assistant principal at the Charles Town Academy; at her home in Charles Town, Mrs. Helen S. McGolrick, wife of Henry McGolrick. 50 YEARS AGO --- 1909 Samuel J. Hodges of Shepherds town, was married in Baltimore, Md. ~o Miss Elizabeth Briscoe Hall daughter of Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Hall of Baltimore. DIED:Near Shepherds~own, ~Mrs. Elizabeth Keplinger; in Berry- ville, John L. Thompson who wa~q born in this county; at his home 1 mile south oI Charles Town, Charles A. Whittington. 60 YEARS AGO -- 1899 The marriage of Miss Jennie Brenneman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ada~m Brenneman of this county ,o Mr. J. Marshall Melvin of Baltimore was solemnized in Beulah Church by Roy. A. C. Hop kins. Mrs. l~ary Jane Moler of Char les Town died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. O. Knapp in Pittsburg. 70 YEARS AGO --- 1889 MARRIED: In Charles Town by the Rev. Dr. A C. Hopkins, George E. Nicewarner and .Mlss AdeHa Moler, both of the county. Mrs. Ann C. Bl.ackford died at Stanley, widow of Morgan Stun- County Clerk Charles A. Johnson Icy; at his home in Piteairn, Pa.; to Raymond G. Tharpe of Char- "her home near Brown's Crossing. Town, died In Albany, Ga. Deputy l)irector VA 1'o Be in Charles Town Ray L. Sencindiver, deputy dir- ector of the West Virginia Depart- ment of Veterans Affairs, announ cod Monday that he will be in Charles Town at the American Le gion home May 8 and 22 for the purpose of assisting war veterans, their dependents, oi" beneficiaries with government benefits to Which they may be entitled. P. S. C. W. VA M. C. FORM 38 Notice of Motor Carrier Hearing M. C. Case No. 7754 On the 14th day of May, 1959 at 9 o'clock a. m., EST in the Har- rison County Court House in the City of Clarksburg, the Public Ser vice Commission of West Virginia will hear the application of the un dersigned for approval of the transfer and assignment unto Wagner Chevrolet, Inc., of P. S. C. M. C. Certificate No. P-3090, authorizing operation as a com- mon carrier by motor vehicle (wrecker truck) in the .transporta lion of wrecked and disabled mo- tor vehicles in Jefferson County, with occasional trips to or from more distant places. Anyone desiring to protest the granting of the authority applied for should be present at said hear ing for the giving of testimony or other eviaence. Charles Town Garage, Inc. Charles Town, W. Va. April 30-1T- SPIRIT 0F JEFYERSON r nr, ERs 6--B THURSDAY, APRIL SHENANDOAH Saturday, Mat 9th, 19G9 12:30 P. M. 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This year N&W in- dustrlal development advertisements in national magazines and business newspapers will reach a total of over 100 million readers. And every ad will describe the industrial potentials of the railroad's territory and urge busine men to investigate plant sites in com- munities along our line. :. Top officers at the road's headquarters in Roanake, Va., and key traffic men in 39 strategic cities across the nation are work- ing hard to promote and establish new plantsin the growing and progressive territory in the six states we call the Land of Plenty. The N&W's Industrial Department is intensifying its work with Chambers of Commerce and other civic groups to promote local industrial development. In short, industrial development is being emphasized with all the vigor and ,go" spirit of today's Norfolk and Western. Help your community grow. You can play an important role in helping your community grow and prosper. By supporting civic- minded groups, by making your town more attractive to industry, by constantly emphasizing its desirability as a plant site, you can help bring more busiae -- and doUara --. to the commuaiW. P&YINO IT8 OWN WAY , , . &LI[, o m q~ o~1~ ~ We of the Norfolk and Western are glad to be associated with you in this important activity. We pledge ourselves to pursue our industrial development program with increased vigor and deter. ruination- in aggressive advertising, personal solicitation, and other means, in an aU-out effort to bring new industry to the area we serve. Better railway service is a vital factor in helping to attract new industry. Today, the N&W operates the nation's newest and most modern fleet of diesel locomotives, more freight cars per mile of track than any other Class I U. S. railway 250 miles or more in length, expanded, up-to-the-minute terminals, advanced signal systems, and other top facilities. From every standpoint, this gailroad and its alert Railway Family are modem and on the go. I @Based on the combined circulation and readership of $chedule~ ~ational magazine and newspaper advertisi~. i THE WAY . . . ALL THE TIME #