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, , 60 YEARS AGO- 1901 by the fire and helped work fire SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ARME s AD' Miss Amelia Kate Wiener, dau fighting equipment. 6---B THURSDAY, JULY 27, A~bright, a wireman in the 79th ghter of J. Nelson Wiener of Mar. Artillery's tIeadquarters and Ser- tinsburg was married to Frank vice Battery in Giessen, entered McCluskey of Evanston. Ill. the Army in December 1958 and ---Fr(ml The Fires of The-- Kercheval & Bragg awarded the arrived overseas in July 1959. contract for a new brick business The 19 year old Soldier attend- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON-FARMERS ADVOCATE building on West Washington ed,Hedgesvitle ttigh School. son Delmar, Miss Wanda Everhart Charles Town to F. L. Beller. again and make some lib By:--Mrs. June (Slusher) Bohl er newones. It accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cook and Common refuses to hear Labo- , 80 YEARS AGO--. 1881 James Crouson and family the lit Mr. Wayne Cook of Washington, rite on peerage. ter ones from Hillsboro, Va. too- D. C. spent the weekend wilh Talk of Bangkok: "Cold war" 10 YEARS AGO--- 1951 in the 8th inning. MARRIED: At the bride's home tored to Glen Echo Park near their mother Mrs. Elsie Cook and Fails to arouse Thais. FOR FIRST MORTGAGE Robrt D. Earley who has been MARRIED: Mr. and Mrs. Paul in Bolivar, by the Rev. J. A. Me- Washington on Sunday and enjoy family. Fadden, Edward D. Colgate to ed the day. employed as operator for the Nor H. Reynolds of Funkstown, Md. Miss Clara M. Lenox. Mr. and Mrs. Itoward Cogle, folk & Western Railroad for the announce the marriage of their DIED: At his home in Glasgow, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long of Mrs. Leona Evarhart, Marshall past 44 years and five months an daughter Lois Elaine to Mr. Har- Mo., Dr. ttorace Walker, a brother Millville, Mr. and Mrs. ttarryLongerbeam Delma and Alvin Cog nounced the first of the @eek that old William James, son of Mr. and of Mrs. Charles Aglionby of this Longerbeam and children of near le attended the All Star game of he will retire. Mrs. McKinley James, Ranson. county. I Chestnut Hill were Sunday dinner the Little League in Martinsburg LOANS Virtually complete figures re- guests with Mr. and Mrs. Walter on Thursday evening. They also leased this week by Shirley Alger, DIED>Abner M. Viands was 90 YEARS AGO .-- 1871 Cogle and children, called on the formers sister and Jfferson County Assessor, Show- drowned in the Shenandoah River McKnight Brothers began the Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman family Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waters IN WEST VIRGINIA ed an assessed valuation of all ty at Shannondale; Leon Washington manufacture of rims for vehicle and children, Mrs. Frances Rod- in Bedington, W. Va. pes of property in Jefferson Coun Bussard was killed instantly in an wheels in their factory in Charles gers and daughter were visitors Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinterman HIGH PERCENTAGE TO VALUE ty for 1951 to be $24,730, 825.00. automobile accident; Mrs. Kith. Town. on Wednesday evening with Mr. and two children were visitors CALL Alger stated the figures were not erine Anderson a native of Chic- Frank Aglionby, ~on of Charles and Mrs. Robert Chapman and with his parents The Dintermans ' LOW CLOSING COST quite complete, but that the fig- ago, Ill. at the Charles Town Gen- Aglionby of this county, graduat- family in Middleway. in Brunswick, Md. ures would only vary a few those eral Hospital; Charles Roy Osbour ed second in a class of 300 from Mrs. Leona Staubs who is living UP TO 20 YEARS TO REPAY and dollars from the expected fin ne better known to everyone in Oxford University, England. in Bolivar taking care of Mrs.Pfc. Harry Albright, Jr. Helped to Combat Big al figure. The figure compares Charles Town as "Buddy' drownedI dr-a-'------ Mary Barker spent Saturday and PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE i Miss San ra Sunday at her home here. " with a 1950 assessment of $23,- in the Shenandoah River near ~ MISS SANDRA J. JENKINS Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers and Warehouse Fire in Germany World's largest termite control service W I N C H E S T e R 827,020.00 or an increase in prop Shannondale. erty assessments of $903,805. -- / Miss Sandra J. Jenkins, daugh- daughter Debbie of Brunswick, GeneWaltersformerC. H.S. 20 YEARS AG0--1941 [terofMr. andMrs. KennethA, Md. were Sunday guests with the Giessen, Ge~ (AHTNC)--- Charles Town 47 V NG star pitcher and youthful member DIED: At the home of his sister ! Jenkins, Route 2, Harpers Ferry formers parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Army Pfc. Harry G. Albright, Jr. of the Charles Town American in Dickerson, Md. James E. True: and a graduate of Senwood Sen- U. Rodgers and family, whose parents live on Route 2, LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE i S S O C I A TI 0 N Legion hurling staff who checked sell former residents of the Kear. ior High School, Baltimore, Md. Mr. Paul Staubs of Neersville, Martinsburg, W. Va. and other vol ~was graduated last week from the Va. was a visitor with his brother unteers recently helped Army and NICELY SUPPLY....C0,1 iNC the Quantico Marines for 5 inn- neysville neighborhood; in the Weet Virginia College of Beauty and family Mr. nad Mrs. Vernon German firemen in combatting a 29 W. Boseawen St. WINCHESTER, ings here Sunday. Waiters took Martinsburg Hospital; Herbert C. over for Gilbert Miller in the 5th Miller, president of the Jefferson Culture, Martinsburg. While at- Staubs. warehouse fire in Germany. I 114 South George Street inning and pitched no-hit, no-run County School Board; John L. tending the college she was select Mr. and Mrs. Don White and During the two hour blaze A1- Phone MO 2 - 3426 ball for the remainder of the Zombro of Bolivar, W. Va. was al. ed for membership in the Shenan children, Mr. Larry Bussard, Ter- bright assisted in removing sup- Charles Town, W. Va. game. He allowed but one Marine most instantly killed when struck doah Valley Chapter "Delta Kip- ry Davis and Miss Judy Cogle mo plies from warehouses threatened batter to reach first base and that by a stone from a blast at the was left fielder Petrose on a walk Standard Lime and Stone Com- I, ..... piny in Millville~ where he was employed. T H E Miss Barbara Ann White, dau- ghter of Dr. and Mrs. Jerry White " o MELVIN T. STRIDER CO, was chosen by the Charles Town Ranson Board of Trade to repres. ent Jefferson County as Princess g at the Berkeley Springs Tomato C O L O N I A L and Health Festival. The Rev. J. W. Gummere resign F U N E R A L H 0 M E ed as rector of St. Andrew's Par. Charles Town ish after having served since 1933. With a steam thresher Earl L. Shepherdstown Bane threshed 1504 bushels of wheat in ten hours on the Charles 35 - Telephones - 162 H. Moore Farm, southeast of town 40 YEARS AGO -- 1921 George Palmbaum a Charles PITTS CHARLES Town merchant with his family returned from a visit among re. WASHINGTON latives in Germany. T H E A T R E McDonald Brothers, orchardists of this county sold a carload of RANSON, W. VA. Grimes Golden Apples at $7 a bar rell F. O. B. Shenandoah Junc. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY tion. One Show Only 7:30 P.M. A statement of the Corporation of Charles Town showed the town SAT. 3:00-7:00-9:00 P. M. aid receipts of $17,574.00 from SUNDAY 3:00 & 8:00 P. M. property taxes, rents and licenses. Children 25e - Adults 50e Wednesday, Thursday, * '" Friday and Saturday July 26, 27, 28 and 29 The Warm, Wonderful Story $2.50 Beloved by Millions! Per Week ] l~he "Master" --America's finest washer, yet it cost onl7 C'N"MA.~=O~ $189.95. Easy / COCOR b~ oe wxt to pa~ for. """* Holds more; 0AVID keeps water hot LADD longer; wash. *j ARTHUR faster, eleaner. S&ves work tuaa O'CONNELL time. see n now= OtAPd.ES TOWN Actually Filmed on GAS CO., lie -- Chincoteague Island, Va. 114 North Charles St. PRICES: Adults 60e Children 35e Charles Town, W. Va. Sunday- Monday-Tuesday BETTER July 30-31- August 1 Hear Again,-" --"2" BIG HITS!-- With the SONOTONE ' SOVEREIGN tJO0 Our First Eyeglass HearingAid with all these better hearing benefits: Natural Telephone Listening Any day; winter or summer, he may come to your town. / Normal Listening Zones Looking like an ordinary tourist. Asking questions. Taking Cold Weather Power PLUS-- Automatic Volume Control pictures. Casually dressed, friendly, observant. You'll never, Straight Line Sound Conduction know, looking at him, that he is considering your town for a Binaural "Stereo" Hearing Contour Comfort new, million-dollar industrial plant.., a plant that could bring Color Choice ' new jobs, new progress, new prosperity to your community. , New Clarity If you could not SELL YOUR COMMUNITY wear any eye- glass hearing aid Make mare your community is ready when that "tourist" ! before, the power- with the million dollars comes visiting. Spruce up your town ful, all-new Sono- tone "Sovereign" --- support civic improvements -- help create the right business may solve your hearing problem, climate --- work with the groups that are interested in industrial development. L When you actively sell your community as a NATION'S GOING-EST B/LI]L,I O,aldD Wednesday and Thu a, o veo,heom__ p t**ouehelpingcea new!-------- -- I August 2 and 3 S O N O T O N E opportunities for yourself and your children. And the time to =],,,,,, / A sweeping novel of Africa-- " __ and a woman trapped by lone- Of H agerstown start is today, because that "tourist" may lie visiting your liness. ROY B. FURR, Manager town tomorrow! Nm'a l,,-lu,',~ ,li' I m. ......... | 733 South Potomac Street Hagerstown, M i. Phone Hagerstown GENERAL OIL FICE8 I:ItOANOKI , VIRGINIA : ! REgent 3. 3242 or Charles Town 825 . , "