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May 9, 1974

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& Mrs.'Herbert Hunt Honored 50th Wedding Anniversary , Il rs. ,Herbert Engle They received nmnenms rted 4e fiftieth gs and t'ribmes from .theb" of beir marrge family nd friends. 5, et heir ,residence Samuel Street, ,,, Town. SUMMIT POINT altives of Jefferson Mrs, Stuart Crim qr. and 'Mxs. Hunt, Anna Beatrice {Bell, Wins High Honors Rried in  ,Baptist .Miss Beth Snyder, dauger in Berry-viUe, Va. of Mr. end rs. James H. Sny- Naehen !Maymtrd der of "SSxmtone" was elected iS, 19. recently to the two Honor Sac was ,blessed ieties t Tuskegee Institute ,in sons, Shirley  Tuskegee, Alabama where in Mr. and Mrs. Hunt May she will complete her jun five grmdckildren ior year in Veterinary medi- gret grandchildren, cine. She has been elected to were present Alpha Kappa Mu, the univer- sity's honor society and o have spent I Beta Kappa Ci, a sciemifolc of .their married honor society. Students axe ele Town and are oted to these societies o e of the Charles Town basis of their scholastic attain- ments and Beth is indeed .to be congratulated on hat_ng been eRceed to both. "Mrs. Eleanor Donne of Chef les Town was a visitor on Thu rsday evenicg at the home of aura, Mrs. Bonn W. Crixn and her cousin, [rs. Ctffford Rowland. Also visiting at their home ,the latter part of he week were ,the ,orm's grand sons, Mr. Stuar Cram of Orem Utah and Mr. Riclmrd Crim of Pigeview Acres nmr Martins- burg. Mr. Earl McDonald is a pat- lent in the Winchester Memor- ial Hospital where be under. went major surgery on Wednes day of last week. Friends from he United Methodist Church and zer Church in Me. P.leasarR gathered at the latter chmx ov Sunday afternoon  to hold a surprise celebration honoring Joe Taylor for twenty years of ,faRhful service. During hte afrnooa brief .talks were made by several of the guests of honor was presented with a very nice gift. Iter delicious refreslmes were served to the assembled group wlt numbered about seventy five. ,.Mr. and .Irs. Carl Busey of Martinsburg were visitors on Saturday evening at the home of gMr. andiMrs. Ernest Rud- olph and Zhe "sons, Mark, Patti and John. Mrs. Janms H. Snyder part- ,icipated in a special program at Jefferson High School on Wed nesday evening of last week at which time she pre he iftRiates at he National Honor Society induction. Among .those named  e ociety was a Summit Point student, Scot Emmet, son of "Mr. and Mrs. John Emmert. Mr. Stuant Crim of Orem, Utah, arrived ,here on Tuesday of last week .to visR wth his mother, Mrs. Stuart W. Crim Sr. and his brother in nv and sister, Mr. and Wits. Clayton Stagner and their family et 'Monte Vdew". Mr. Cvim flew to Dulles Internmional Airport from Ohicago, Ill., where he had gone to ttend a convem- ion held by e Television Cable industry. NATIONAL TICKET For Congressman Second Congressional District (Vote For One WILLIAM H. "Bill" LOY y. West Virgmia 7 i  i( !. [i SAMPLE BALLOT OF Mr..nd Mrs. Robert  i drection of Im. Stevens, man of I.eetown were visito a musical dizeotor in the Jeff- on Sunday at he home off ,the erson County school system. ltqs parents, Mx. and Mrs. Trograms of musical numbers, W. J. ,Furr. dance ,routines and pagean.ts ing area, also .the Ruritan Clu,b Mr. and ,Mrs. Russell Drus- were presented y.the studems for the ball field. The boys will be going around selii,ng cel had js their dinner guests of each of e six grades and schedules where ,the games ,will on Stmday af, temoon /Mr. and were most enjoyeble. SPIRIT Of JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1974 Ferry, Conn., after having spent three weeks with his cou siws, Mr. and Mrs. J. (live Myers and daughter, "Miss Suz mne Myers and Miss Li[lian Myers. Mrs. ,Morris Whittington is suffering from a broken knee which happened when she fell Mrs. James H. Snyder of 'non Mrs. Leroy Cheshire visited be played, and 4t is ,hoped all stone". Later in  afternoon on Fidy afternoon at the of hem wll be sold as .this will Mr. and Ma's. Snyder visited home of Imr son in law and go to helping ,the Little lan- ai .te home of Mr.  rs. daughter, Mr. and ,Mrs. Thomas gue. It means a great deal to Marshall Jenkins, the latter of Stocks and 4&eir children, Tom fne boys and hey hoping everyone will come out and coming down ,the steps a,fter whom is ill wth a bronchial in my, Katie and Sam, in Cherles watch the .ball games. About attending a school play in Char Tow. fection. Susm and cott Stasner of Mrs. MItie Nrega of Mar- $210.00 has 'been cortributed, les Town. She is in a cast and Mrs. Ruby Weister spent two her *nany friends wish her a "Mente View" were weekend tinsburg was a visi.tor last weeks with her son in law and complete recovery. guests of t,heir brother in law week t he home of their ,par- dangbter Sgt. ad Mrs. Zack and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wood ents, tMr. and Mrs. Allen Glss. Hemig, who is now stationed i.n Virginia. Mrs. WBlimn loore of Berk ICy Srngs, is visRi,g flier sis- SHENANDOAH ter Ms. ,MorNs Whittington mited sre on April 20th or JUNCTION - and daughter ,Miss Ymry Cth- erine Witin@ton. observetin and .,treatment. MID Ulllan Myers .Mr. Osbourne Sloa hen re- Musical Program at 8hool tttraed ,home after 'lmving beea A very enjoyable and well The Junction baselll club a paerg at e VA Oemer, atended musical program was yottld like to #hank the people [axd.nsburg. We are glad he is presented at .the South Jeffer- of Je Jtmotion for their don,t getting along nicely. son Elementary School on on ions .toward the team, and Capt. W. E. ,Miller has re. day evening of last week u_nder those who live in he surround turned to bin ,ome in Ces row Cameron, t .eix home ford and ,thei eany. near ,Middleway. Mrs. John Jenkins is a pat- lent in he Winchester ,Memor- ial Hospital, having been ad-' THE REPUBLICAN PKR00 PRIMARY ELECTION MAY 14, 1974 TO VOTE for A CANDIDATE Maka An X in the SQUARE OPPOSITE TO and TO THE LEFT of HIS or HER NAME COUNTY TICKET 7q House of Delegate District Thirty-fifth Delegate District Vote For Three) m, WALLACE L. "'Wally" FILES Martmsburg, W Va =====]ALLEN E GOLDSTROM Berkeley Springs, W. Va, L'="] CHARLES R STILES Berkeley Springs, W Va '--7 LUKE E TERRY Martmsburg, W Va t Jt --3 House of Delegate District Thirty-Sixth Delegate District (Vote For One) 71 Clerk of the County Court (Vote For One} CAerk of the Circuit Court (Vote For One) coUNTY COMMISSIONER Charles Town District (Vote For One) Sheplrdstown District (Vote For One} SHEPHERDSTOWN DISTRICT County Executive Committee Male (Vote For One)  COOPER R. McQUILKIN Shepherdstown, W. Va County Executive Committee Female (Vote For One; --] SUSAN G. KNOTT Shepherdstown, W. Va. HARPERS FERRY DISTRICT H H Constable Unexpired Term (Vote For One) County Executive Committee Male (Vote For One) -' WALTER E. JENKINS Harpers Ferry, W. Va. County Executive Commiflee Female (Vote For One) '=JANE L. DUFFY Harpers Ferry, W. Va. CHARLES TOWN DISTRICT County Executive Committee Mate (Vote For One) ---=]JOHN W. ROSS Charles Town, W. Va, County Executive Committee Female (Vote For One) '--"]LOUISE R, PRINGLE Char|es Town, W. Va. MIDDLEWAY DISTRICT County Executive Committee Male (Vote For One) =-] ROBERT K. MASON Kearneysvdle, W Va. County Executive Committee Female (Vote For One) ---]SUE FOLEY Charles Town. W. Va. KABLETOWN DISTRICT CountT Executive Committee Male (Vote For Oriel --] RICHARD F HADLEY, JR. Charles Town, W. Va County Executive Committee Female (Vote For Ouel  MARION J. MARTIN Charles Town, W. Va STATE TICKET SENATORIAL TICKET For State Senator (Full Terror Sixteenth Senatorial District Vote For One) "' ETHEL LOUISE LEONARD Harpers Ferry, W Va For Member State Executive Committee Male Sixteenth Snatorial District {Vote For Twol -'] CHARLES R. BALN Bunker Hill, W Va. '] ROBERT D HARMAN Keyser, W. Va. " --- RICHARD M JOHNSON Berkeley Springs, W. Va F=='] VICTOR L SHOCKEY V  Martintburg, W. Va. For Member Sta Executive Committee Female Sixteenth Senatorial District (Vot For Two} -'-] CHARNELLE MYERS EBERT Burlington, W. Va =-] DORIS R HUGHES Martinsburg, W. Va. ' ---']MRS. KARL L. SAVILLE Augusta, W, Va. [ HELEN L. VICKERS Mattlnsburg, W. Va. VIRGINIA OF JEFFERSON, TO.WIT: Mary I.Riggleman, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, West Virginia, and as such Chairman Ex-Officio of the Board of Ballot Commissioners, do hereby certify is a true copy of the Official Ballot for all political divisions to be voted at the Primaxy Election to be held in Jefferson County, West Virginia, on the 14th day of MARY I RIGGLEMAN, Clerk of the Circuit Court and Ex-Offido Chairman Board of Ballot Cmnmissione Leonard Julious B royes, born December 14, 1912 son of the lace Robert O. and Nora Claney Broyles, died April 1, 1974 in Cocoa Beach, Florida. Intermem was in Cocoa Beach. He is survived by ,Iris wife, the former Emma Farmer of el-re Junction, and one daughter, Donna Jean l.wson and four sisters, lrs. Oxen Saunders (Pearl) of Henderson, ,Md., Mrs. E. J. Perwell (Mary) of ,lalls Church, Va., Mrs. Elmer Gray, (Louise) of Harpers Fer ry and "Mrs. Larry :WiR UBetty) of Shepherdstown. He was a member of tthe Masonic Lodge and a volun,teer fireman. Mr. Broyles ,was bern and r@ised ,here .and ,is remembered by his many friends. Much sym paChy is etended o he berea. ed fmily. Cortgrtulaions to Mr. How ard James who .'has been accord ed ,honors as West Virgirtia's Outs.anding Biology Teacher for 1974 and was paid .tribute at his .home school, Musselman during and ,assembly there on Tuesday afternoon. He and Mrs. James and 4,heir tbree daughters reside here. The Criends of Mrs. Vir#nia Buracker are sora'y to know she is .seriously ill in ,the Charles Town General Hospital. ST. JAMES LADIES TO HOLD RUMMAGE SALE The .Ldies of St. James Catholic Church ,will ,hold a Rummage Sale May 15, 16, 17 in he old Bakery Building on Liberty Street. Open 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. each day. Atl kinds of household arti- cles, toys, ehildrens clothing and a ,good variety of other clothing will be avaiMble. 24-Hr. Information Ranson Phone: 725-5212 Thur.-FrL.Sat. May 9-11 MARK TWAIN'S " "HLCKLEBERRY FINN" (G) Thursday - 7 p. m. Only FrL.Sat. 7 and 9:10 SATURDAY 2 P.M. ONLY Merchants Kiddie Show GENE AUTRY In 'Ride of Whistling Pines' Sun. tm Wed. May 12-15 (R) 7 P. M. Only. ALSO PAM GREER In (R) 8:45 P. M. Only IIIIIIII IIII IIII I II I !11 Frt.-Sat.-Sun. May 10-11-12 3--BIG SHOWS--3 "C 0 P S AND ROBBERS" ALSO PAT GARRETT AND BILLY THE KID PLUS LATE SHOW