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YEARS AGO --- 1949 ~ Christian was named ~he P. T. A. and Dr. as Vice President. Transfers Real Estate: Gaithers to Anna Gai l, his riffht ,and interest and dwelling m north- 9arc o:f Charles Town, & O. R. R.: Robert Henry ux ,Lo Jefferson County [ Educw~ion 2.2 acres ,at Charles M. Stipp, et ux s B. Branson, parcel of 60' x 266' east of on High Street ex Timbers Miller, Ne years a well known regarded resident of l~bevt (Bobby) Jr. son o,f Mr. and Smalwood, West WIiss Daisy L. Bris- away in ~he Charles Hospital; S. H. ,~t his home in Ran Allen speci.alist in , "died in Winchester Me after a long ill- and Wits. John of Annapolis, the en,gagement ,of Jane O'Bannon to Moore Ensign U. i AND WHITE S. Navy, son of Rear Admiral-and ington St. Mrs. Charles Johues Moore of Miss Rebecca Salmond and Rev. Washington, D.C. George W. Shirley were married wt t~he home of the 'bride in S. 20 YEARS AGO---1939 Hitlls, Ch.arlesbon, W. Va. by the The Board ,of Trade installed at. Roy. E. L. Strider. new officers for 1939. They were: F. E. Brenneman, President; Carl P~iddleberger, v~ce president; R. D. Early, Secretary; H. W. Sydnor, Assistan,t Secretary and Don Ed- wards, Treasurer. DIED:In a 1V~a,rt.insburg hospital Charles Pobts, a resident of Engle; Statio~ a,t t'he home of his mother Mrs. S,arah D. Kelley; a~t his home in San Antonio, Texas Henry L. Murray, ~ n~tive o,f Charles Town and for years a clerk in the C. W. Brown Jewelry Store. Cutminating ~ business career of 45 years in Charles Town, Max Theodore sold 'his store and ad- jo~niug ,property on %Vashington and Charles Street ,to Char,los T. Smi,bh. Charles Peer, Jr. Washington Post carrier won a free trip to the New York World's Fair by leading ,all carriers in ob~adn'ing the lar- ge.St increase in circu'la~tion in ,the county. He ,got 50 new subscri,pt- ons in 4 days. Francis White bought Che groc- ery store of Mrs. John Kelty In ~he IManstoff b,~tdin'g ,on W. W~sh 30 YEARS AGO -- 1929 N. W. Barnes who has been op er~ting a truck route hauling ice ,and coal 'between Charles Tow~ and ,Middleway sold 'his route to his brother, J. S. Barnes. The for- ,met 'has gone to Kansas City, Mo. where he has taken employment ~ts a carpenter on a b,~g buJld,ing contract. H. C. Marshall, W.alter Herr ,and Roland A. Hammond a.ppraisers re ,ported an inve~;tory o the esta:te of ~he 'late Mrs. N,annie B. Kent