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|YI$&RS AGO -- 1949 ~in T. Strider Co. has )ecial d~isplay in a show ~icting the 49'ers on west in Covered Vqag- Display was made ~by He also ,made the wagons which are ~aini~ture horses, Jones, Clerk ,of ~he Jeff- Court, dislocated his playing in .the yard morning at 10:30 mfcr opening the Blake Trust Co. of Ranson in the ,bank. Grace Lillian Lec- her home a`t Harpers N Mrs. G. A. Wiliams died in Capon' Roads, Va.; H. Wilmer Whiting, Sumvnit Poin~t. MARRIED:!Miss Nancy Moir Da ~is o,f Alexandria ,and Charles Town became the bride of Tho- mas Ewing Henderso,u Jr. of Al- exandria; ,Miss Cicely JMerriam Davenport of Chevy Chase became the ,bride of Mr. W~lliam Field de Neeraard of Lloyd Harbor, ,Long Island. `Mr. and `Mrs. Fred `propps announce the marriage of `their daughter Marcelle E i ~ z a ,b e t h Propps, ~ Shirley,a~Miller H~.nt; Miss (Mary Maxwell l~ider became ,the bride of :Mr. Charles William Kline; Mr. Robert Hill of Baker- ion and ~Miss Hilda Jenkins of Wmohester, Va. L. Howell a res~- wi : SaaTrs YEARS A O- .,9 ,~ton Heig~hts died in Potomac Com,mandery Knights : General Hospital; Templar installed the following OF JEFFERSON FARMSRS ADVOCATE r, JULY 9, 1959 5--B ----- ..... 7-- "--'----- f w FROM OUR EGG FACTORY (All Eggs Graded and Candled) 17 Charles Towm w.=va: :: Va. by Rev. ,Mr. Wood, David Lemen of Shepherd~town a~d 2Vtss Ethel ~oyer of {Max.Cinsburg; near iMlddleway by. ~Vhe Rev.i A. J. Willis, Roy. Robt. S. Van Clove of Erie, Pa. and Miss Lucy Carter White of Middleway. DIED:-Near Shenandoah Junc- ,~ion, Mrs. Eliz. R. 'Moore, wife of C. Frank `Moore; ,at Ri,ppon, Mrs. EMz. ,H. Kanode; a,t :his home nor- th of mShena~doah Junction, John W. Hendriok,s. Richard Lee Thweatt of Texas, was m~trried amt Halltown mto Miss Clara J. Furr, daughter of Mr. ~and (Mrs. James F~rr. Jefferson Lodge ~No. 161, Knights officers, John A. Welty, Cowman- of Pythias of (Middleway, elected der; Owen W. Conk.lyn, General- and ~nstsAled the ~oll~ving officers i.simo; Oscar B. Jones, Captain N. R, Roberts, C. C. Lee H. (Mar- General; 'Lewis J. *McDonald, Sen- kel, Vl C.; Earl Grantham, Pre- for Warden, Harry N. Watscm, Pro late; J. (M. Shaull, Secretary; Thos ]ate;',Charles Morgan, Secretary. J. 2ohnson, M. of W.; J. F. Rin- Dr. George D. Denny was a,p- ger, M. of A.; `M. L. Engle, M. of ,poin`ted as elector ~or ,the H~l,1 of F.; J. W..l:binger, ~M. of E.; Brook Fame of New York University~i,t ~or Ringer, L S, G.; and Clyde Grubbs the 1940 election. O.S. G, DIED:At her home in Ranson ,Mrs. Ella Jennings Watson, widow 60 YEARS AGO --- 1899 of O. L. Watson; at her home in PA,ppo~u, Mrs. Kate L. (Markle, wife Mrs. Elizabeth J. Engle, wife of of the late Samuel T. (Markle; in J. Addiso~u Engle, formerly of Nutley, N. J. Kenneth 'Fellers, son Oharles Town died in Bai!timore. of Mr. and Mrs. N~than Fellers. Jno. W. Davis o ClarkSburg, W. Francis Whi`te opened new self Va. ,and Miss Julia Terre~ll Mc- Donald were married at "Media" service market known as West She bride's home north of Oharles End Store. Baseball: Charles "Le~`ty" Will~s Town. joined ~he Harrisonburg, Va. base" Bishop Peterkin dedicated 'St. ball club. , John's E~piscopal Ch,~rch at lIar- wers Ferry. 30 YEARS--'A"GxxO -- 1929 Invitations were issued ,for the marriage of Miss Ellen Rebecca Holmes Slpe of Charles Tewn Kanode,.dauwhter of Mr. and ~Irs. was married in Frederick, `Md. co ' o `Mr B. W. Kanode of R~ppon !Miss Gladys Grove of P~anson. County Clerk Charles A. John- Edward Lester Beaohley of Char- son purohased ff:rom Mayor G. K. les T~wn ~n ~`t. John's Church Ri,p WtYsong ,his house on ~. ,Samuel pon. "DIED:.Nelson R, 'Roberts, a 70 1889 member of ~he county court for 24 ~aculty for Shepherd College years died a~ his home in Middle- for 1889 and '90 were: Asa B. waY; ~Miss Mary Esther McGarry ,Bush, princl~pal; `MAss Laura C. of 'Bardane died in ,the Charles Strider 'and Charles H. (Mil.ler, as- Town General Hospital;f, ~rs. 'Fan sistan~ts. n.ie West, wife of George W. West Miss ~da ,May Pro~, daug~hter Kabletown dis`triot died i~ the of 2ames H. Propps ,of Ha'llCown Charles Town .General Hospital. was married to A. A. ~McDon,ald of lV~aurice Hann, son of (Mr. and W~nehester, Va. ~n lvhe ]il,piseopal `Mrs. Clarence Harm passed a suc Churoh ~t ~I-Iarpers Ferry 'by Che eessful examina~tion {or admission Rev. L. R. `Mason. o the West Point Milmitary Aca- Dr. Vllliam Neiil resigned 'as demy. Captain ~f t~he Jefferson Guards (Messers Jordan &'Wyson,g ~ook an ~nfan~y orsa~uisation in Char- a~u option on William WI. Burns les Town and was succeeded by farm of ~bout 300 acres ~fro~ttng Charles E. Baylor. on the @henandoah PAver with che in~tgntion of establishing a gol~f course on the proper~y, 40 YEARS AGO--1919 By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viands DIED:At his home near St. An- drev~s Chapel, John Ott; at ~..s Shirleys Have Visitors home at ~um,mi,~ `point, Alfredxv~- Visi~r~ during t)he week~ with ley. ~ .and Mrs. Harry ~rley and The In.ternaticxual Frui`t ,Prod- f,~n~ly a~t Middle, ray we,re Mrs. ucts Co. a ~ider making and sof,t Howard Wil`t Jr. and t~vo sons of drink manufacturer in Ranson an Bol,ivar Hel,~hts, Mrs. Thelma Ott nounced ~that the company would, and two sons of Jeffersort Ave, in the future, evaporv~te fruit for ffVIrs. Dorothy Anders and t~vo sons the market, of tow,u, Mr. and Mrs. ~len~lle ~rank Brooke, Herbert Blessing Shade and son, Mrs. ~ Wilt Clevela,ud l~leming and William and two children and li`t~le neice Broaddus Black.ford were among Debble Wa,l!ters ~11 of Ran~on, Mr. the county soldiers to reach home J,and Mrs. Lester Viands and sons Srom overseas. ~Glenn and Jackie, Mr. Bert Allen C. Welsh on the McCurdy I Viands Mrs. George 2aekson a,nd farm west of Kabletown, used a ~hree d~ugihters Sr~iriey, Cheryl tractor to draw his binder in hat- and S~ndy of to~n, Mr. and Mrs. vesting his wheat, the atem, pt ,Leon Upright and Vhree children ~lng a ~oneer effort in ~t l.lne. Mr. and Mrs. Charles u,prigh~ and 50 Y~--'~'='~--'--EARS'~G~O 1909 " ~ ~aildren of Leetown and `Mr. and Mrs. C-Vaavles Shade of In- MARRIED:~n Martinzburg, W. woad, Mrs. Leroy Milbourne a,ud .... l I i I "1 I i ! I I --' " EASTERN WEST VIRGINIA'S .... MOST PROGRESSIVE, our ohildren Eva, Becky, Audrey ~md Junior of Leetown. Mr. and Mrs. Tomm~ie Herndon and Mrs. Beulah Frit~s and Mrs. He rndon returned home on Thurs day m~rning from a ~raation .to the la~ters daughter a,ud son-in- i law in Boston, lV~ass. They repor~ tt was rainy and very cool ~hei ~hole ,time they were up there. (Miss Laura Amstrong is spend- ing two weeks wl~h tlae girl.s of ~he Episcopal Sunday School a~t Caxap Peterkin near Romney, W. ~a. Mr. l~orrest Chan~blln of Mid- dleway was a supper guest on Wednesday with his br0ther-in- and Mr and Mrs. Ro - _YOUNGEST, , e~t Frye. ---_ _-_- YET FASTEST GROWING S turday eye.inK callers with .... _,._ Mr. and Mrs. l%obevt Frye and son SylveSter were Mr. and Mrs. Charles ~tocks, Mr. and Mrs. Wil ; ANK -.-1949 I I II" I -- , I I, II The Officers, Directors and Employees Wish To Thank All Those Who Helped to Make Our Tenth Anniversary A Memorable Occasion. Special Thanks Also to Our Many Friends and Customers who have brought the bank past the Two Million Mark in it's Ten Years of Service to this- Section, and Special Thanks to Members of the Ran- lilava Frye and son Bobby of Bvunswi~ek, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. 'St~lette C~aznbltn of R~nson. Sy lvester of Bethesdu, Md. spen~ ,the long weekend wiVh his paren~ts. ,Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wlles and daughter Cheryl of Loudoun Hei- ghts, ~a., Mr. and ~VIrs. Bit'ly Viands of l~anson were weekend victors wi~ their parents Mr. and Mrs. A,Ibegt Viands Jr. at~ t~e E~loomeryo Mr. William Slin1~man er/ered ~ne Wa~hlr~gto,-x County Hospiba(l on Thursday in Hager~t~wn, Md. ~o have a ca*aract removed from i~is eye. Abo~t one year ~go he had one removed from his o~her eye. He wil'l be in the hospi0ai a- ,bout t~n days. tMY. and Mrs. LesSer Viands and sons of Congress Street in !.town were oal'lers on Sunday eve,u ;ing w.i:th the la~tters parents Mr. I and Mrs. Frank Jackson near Full ing W~vters. 5~iss Linda Kay Vanordsdale and mo~her of Martinsburg spent ~he weekend wit~ their unc'le a,ud ,aunt Mr. and Mrs. Vehitacre near Bl~mery. Mrs. T. W. DiHow Sr. o$ Mill- ~ll~e s penlt the day Monday with her daug~er-4,n-'l~w Mrs. W~'lliam Dfllow and daughter Tuna near the Bioomery. Mr. and l~rs. Floyd F~wver of ~Mar~lnsburg spent Thursday even Irtg w~,th Mr. ,and Mrs. Be~t Visuals. `Mr. ~nd Mrs. Jo~nnie Havn~pton and son Terry Lee of Bai`timore Md, spent week end wi~h her par e~ts Mr. and Mrs. Garland Henry. David Lee Who had spe.n(~ the weekend in Bai~t~more wi~h his cousin C~arry C_~liday re,turoed ,home with them. (Mrs. ~ildred Ohism of Herndvn Va. is spending some time wit~- her cousin Mrs. Maude Small- wood. Mr. and Mrs. Su'b']et~e Chamb- ,lin of Ranson and Mr. and Mrs. Robe,rt Frye spen~t Sunday evening wi~h their sister Mrs. Abner Hen ry and sons at the Bloomery. (Miss IAnda K,Ry Van,ordsdale of ~IV~a~Ansbuzg spent Friday rtig~t wilth Miss M~ry Lois Viancts at ~dhe Bloomery. ~Mr. Wiil~iam Sma~Iwood of Mil ~aukee, Wis. and bpathev Mr. Clin t~on ~maRwood,',, of ~IaxeAnsiburg spe~t Thursday a~ternoon wi~h ~heir br~ez' a ud si~erq~qa~v Son Helpers Club who assisted in Our Open House Festivities Held in Connection with the Anniversary. O U I I 0NE 587 RANSON, W. VA'. Mr. and Mrs. George Jonas. Wil- liam and his son Lee le.~ Satur- day morning for thoix home in (Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Tomrnie Herndon of Sui~land, Md. spen~t the week- end wi,th ~heir parents Mr. Melvin a,ud Mrs. Beula'h 1~ic~s. ~Veekend Callers Weekend callers with Mr. and ~Mrs. Begt Viands were Mr. JOhn W~gaman and Mr. Lester Man- nots of Hagerstown, Md., Mr. Floyd F~wver of 1V~a~insburg, Mr. Les'ter Viands of town, Mrs. Mil- dred ~laism of Herndon, Va., Mrs. : J~ames Fri~0ts of l~ns~xn, M~ss Ma 'be:l /kits of Weverlt~n, Md., Mr. ,and Mrs. BiMy Viands of l~anson, !Mrs. A1. ber~ Vi,ands Jr. and daugh- ~er Nancy of lfiae Biooxnery and i !Mrs. George Jones. Sorry to hear Mr. George Jack- son of Congress St. in to~v.n and wl~o is employed i~ Bahai.more, ~d. is ~t his home with a bad~y~,h irffected ear. He was in Winches- eer, Va. to a doctor on Monday. IMr. and Mrs. W@l~er Smallwood of Ranson were tamers on Sun- day evening wi`t'h fine formers mo ther Mrs. Maude Smallwood. Dor othy says her mother Mrs. George HouSh Sr. remai.ns very il,1 a~ the M~ore Re~t Home Where she has been a patien~ for some time. Misses Judy S2~irley o,f M~dd,ie- way and ~l~.ary Via,uds of ~he Bl~omery are spending the week wi4)h their grandparen~ts Mr. and ~/.(~ Mrs. Beet Viands. ,Mr. Melvin and Mrs. Beulah n Newspapers Here, There or Anywhere Fr~,tts spen~ S~turday evening I wi'l~h friends in Brunswick, Md. `Mr:s. Lester and sons spe u,t the day width her mother Mrs. .... IS THE .... [ J~mes Daiiey. !Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks oI Brunswick, Md. were callers with iher parenitsMr, and Mrs. l~ber~ ~L~ ~ @~~~" ~ I Frye, Mr. and Mrs. ~tocks left :early Monday morning for their ~ :: vacaion wi,th Mrs. Lowery in Flor i a EN VNDA West Virginia's Oldest and Most Widely-Read Newspaper Is On' Sale Every Week Now I Slze you desire. Quick and Effi- cient Service. 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