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WV.ATHrR FORECAST. i * * TWO SECTIONS - s AGES lm 1 iSkSo. ]ud..^o. lo .Dnsmnss/ .. tyF 1, p[ n IThl e,, l nnnnred In bUffS UT KOC} lrllCl ,JB I I , ".) | mnnn t" Chnrl Tt wn / / ,'?t i ror run: I Sunny and hot, highest in the ] Lfull" m t'w n.vne anveiorPO Cvoiun ee comn [ z w R low 90s today. Fair tonight, lowest ~ ]ll Ill 6 1 55 to 60. Friday fair and continued Iml , Ill hot. Outlook for Saturday probably -J- Ill Ill( o..a ~., ~v..o Than 2000(1 l a~ ai. lt.~-~Ll| ~D,,T ~Vllma~ JL 9 , ~ cnase a police car iOl [lle town I ]~r. tne car I I m con~rl,,uuonsL',aanna:~0fen r: ' -- " to m k - ' " ' ' ' .. ,~.. via t-~ULttlt21l tth~l lb W~t~ . ' , fair and continued hot. Wind South- ~ A~ A~ , | z ur~oIK va Ii 11 e ounmng ann usmzm mone West around 10 MPII today. ~ "-~ "z People Every Week N:-;.-.-. ,,. ,,.*.,.-.,,. ,..,-.*, .-, ,., ,-, ,,. ,...,. ,-, ,,.,,.-..., ,~. ~ ,-.,,,_,.,.*...,, ~..'~...'.:..;,~ 6~ Serving The Charles Town- Ranson and Jefferson County Commumty Since 1844" DL. 95, NO. WEST VIRGINIA'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER CHARLES TOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, W. VA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1959 COMPLETE LOCAL NEWS COVERAGE PRICE 10 CENTS $ oun amn us ennnnger Presented Plaque nn Honor nven From Home cholarshstabhshed to Hus Son r^. . mrvn[i I , Tr+" ] 1 M0rnin. Fire + ........ I A/, - l n+l- Mrs. Joseph L. Buracker and ! ++ + rot .ruiser her three small children, who a- ! ............ O.+[T a TT ] IN[TT 1 "~]lli[I ]li]ll 1 w l= /long wi*t,h Mr Buracker reside on I | +.- I The town of Ranson now has a ] ~--il f 1 ['lt / .~ ~ . . . , . ..... , ion for dismissal under advise ..................... [two" other childlen were still a ]~ ~ i For the time being Cam oil lS lln West Virginia when he was[on its top ~. Should the motion be gra,n't ]~v~C~n~rgm hV;s~been X;;a~.ta+; Isleep in the house. They fled the] ~ ~ lutomb l fc tamdegaU ltaYhf d ' n oen Irzv ngl Saturday afternoon about 1:20 ~ would have the effec't oI con divorce from Charlene M John- I home taking along with them only ] [ 0 . + i*~v~,~ ,,,~.~ w,:~,+, a'o~ .... a I..e ,~.~ ~+~,] ~+:,[ a,++. m, ='~,+ la two-car collision occurred at mg t~he annexatmn, althougn /son Forrest Hoffmaster has been I ~ome articles of clothing ]k " : .......... i ..... Ithe mtersecUon of Mordmgton Av uecisionwould robabl be ' " * ' :,+ + ~ ~: :~ ..... ~:L..... ~ ~a Z Z~O I Z ~UU"aC" ,aVe ~az~eu a evemng, en t - ._. .~ , . P, ,.,Y [granted a divorce from Dorothy| The Charles Town Indepe.nden,t] ~.~il;:.,~:::::.,u~.~i;ii TM............... I .... I t e m Charle~ Town and State ~Jea. oy the tracks. ~nould iv_. Hoffmastel." I Pire Company.. , was summoned but I |~i!:~::~!: ~+ .::~:::::~.,:'.: ,;,:. ..:.::. _--_ - : - - - ..2u z-a~e 2az~u~s. ~o ~uz-[ 'Miller was ~aKen in~o eustoay ]Route 9. motion be den~ed it would / Iron- ~ A~g-- has h~en award- ] the back hart of the house was a ] ~:..~i~i~i . - .... - - [cnmase ~ p.mace car .. . [ about 4 p. m. Sunday near the en Trooper Ward said a 1953 Dix- .the effect of leavm g t~he ques ed a divorce from Manuel Prank- ]mass of flames by the .time they[ ~i] - - - - - i ~, a'.ne a~ave Ior voi _ . =[ t~ance" to the~ Cha 'tee To n ace ] co, being driven North on State o.f the validity of the annex- [I.in Al~er Gloria S Brown has l arrived , ':~'+ .~u~ons..!or .me car was..s~ar~ea Course by Charles Town State Route 9, by Roy S. Willingham 16 a'open to judicial rewiew. ]been awarded a divorce from l Working under a handicap with [ ~:'| ~~. ]i~e~sago, ,and while $5201Trooper Tommy Ward. This was I Route 2, Charles Town attempted kan.while two other su~ts i,n- Harr W,illiam Brown And Ernest the only water available 'being . nab veen vecelvea LO tale..~.ayor the 27th drunken ariver wnicn to pass a car being driven North ~ted by each track to chal-1E LYne has been gran,ted a di-If'hat which the truck carried the I ~" [ . ~~ ~eeald oCotm~l{tare[Trooper Ward has arrested this Ion State Route 9 by James Prank the validity of a town or-[v.~rce from Sarah M. Lane. I firemen managed, however: to I~" I --~i ?~mma~'~ ~ ~'I~:~DO(oeiI~L~ e ~.. +/~.721Year and his tifth this month. I Cameron 48 Millville. Tro~per ace imLposing a $250 per day/ I~ave the front part of the homel-~~.:( ~~~.~c~ ,~, ~;= ,u,[,,[ Trooper Ward spotted MiHerlWard said Cameron had started on each track were held in / c,.,~ nt e,.,t~J^.,g,, I xnd also to preven~t the blaze from [ ~~ -2:. i [d te T*'e d~-i~''~ t^ -* ....... [wh~le on patrol. I a e a right tmn rote Mordln ~ance pending the de,term~nat- / ~}~1|~ ~l ~[ll~U~|{[:[|~ I spreading to a ;nearby building. I " --"~~:::~ - [ I.-o~: ...... ~,% .... ~ .... ,,,,,~,,, [ Friday .night about 8 p. m. a[ gton Avenue and WiHingham who af the other suits. If the an-I n Purr said. the fire started in a l lcon++ri~u~'on ~v~"~;~'s'*..f~='~'~ 11951 Ford being dz~ven Soz'th on l was in t, he act of passing him on ~on Should be held invalid / ~^~^~_~, k~^$ ~^~b ~0 I chimney in the kitchen of the [ A special tribt~te was .pa,id Tues I Sandy Adams Larry Burns Mary /th~ Ran~s~ .... ~ Y,~ ~2?22','?~. ~ [Samuel street, by Ellis Hysaw Jr I the right crashed into the C~m- luestio,n of the validity of the [ t~l~lall~ .IVl~/~i$1. ~/ [ house as the result of a defective ~ day morning at a spela,l assembly [ Cheshire David Burns Wayne If,~,,nn i~n~,ih~, ~, th, ~ ..... ,~, ]24 of San An'tonm, Texas struck [ exon ca~. ~ance would be "motet" since [ -- I flue Although investtigat~on after I by the Gordon Eisvnon Chapter of IBrewer 'Alice Ann Edwards Pat I'_:~?:_"-~_':TY2~..L~" _:'L_~::2.'._=" la 1959 Pord parked on South Sam ] Will .nffham was charged with " , , I-ha'chase ~L tS~'l ~lll~J~ ~:IU IJ*IUVI~IUII*S ' im re r ass' ;own would be wi,thou* author [ Henry Kyd Douglas Qamp, Sons J the fire revealed pennies had *been [t~he Nat~on,al Honor Society of [Bowers Carolyn Lehman Susan [h,~d h~n m~ era" ,~n~ tn *h~ iuel street, and belonging to the [ p pe !5 ,.lng. Damage to the leg, isla'te beyond i'ts borders /of Confederate Veterans, w,lll hold [ ~sed ,in the fuse box instead of the [ Charles Town High School to Gibson' Mar, y Jenkins 'Jeanne |~wn,sannua~'7~.d,~,~"~,~,,;~-~ I Jefferson Motors Charles Town [ two cars amounted to about $150. ~he other hand, if the annex- itheir September meeti~ag and din- ] proper ty'pe fuses, F'urr said this [ Charles F. Reininger, ~r., Charles [ Len,ner' Natalie Warden Mary | .................. |State Troopers Tommy Ward was [ There were no personal injuries. t should be held proper t~e /ner a,t the Uvilla Church Haft I was not in anyway responsible for | Town indus'triali~t, and civic lead I Martin' ' |~ m ~ -- |called and a short~ time later ar- [ Car Hits Pole bion of the vaiidi.ty of Vhe or- [Tuesday September 29 at 6:30 p. ] t~he fire. Furr emphasized, however ] er and to his son ~he late Charles i The "f~rst one ,to receive ,this |~,~h~A| ~]~A~ U~ ]rested H.,~saw and charged him ] Saturday evening about 7:15 ~ce would still have to be de- / m., DST'. r ,hat such a practice could, and I F. Rekninger, Jr. Who was k~lled in I scholarship was Nancy S,mailwood/~,ll~l ~lN$~lU Iwi.t'h drun~en driving and hit and ITroper W. R. Barlow invest]gai- t' l Host members, Dr. W. H. Sheal I 0fte~a does, cause costly fires. I combat in Worlci War II. The tri I Who is now attending Hagerst, own/ ~ o . /run. Ied a one-car accident which oc- seemed unlikely tha't the bat- Icy. (~hairman, H. A. Bes'ter J. Kerl The entire kitchen section of lbu~e was in a*ppreciation of the I Business College l~ln~|~e IDrunken Drivin~ | curred on State Route 9, South of etween the town and the two I feit Dailey Robert M. Kn,~t~t, Rob I home was destroyed along with a- I seho,l.arship ~Mr. Reinin.ger has es I ,Mrs C'haries '~hipley is s,ponsor-/~Vl~Vlllllll~lil~! I H-~.~ ........ = .............I Charles Town at the entz~ance to ~s would be fi,~ally resolved |ert S Knott Rbger Osbourn WiN I bout $500 worth of furniture and I tablished as a memorial to ,h,is I of the Society Lee Brown and | ....... |_ ~ ~.~.,~.u o,, aL~u c~s [the Blue Ridge School. ' ' ' an(1 nacl his arlvlng prlv~Jeges in , !e current term of cou~t, tiam B. Snyder and E. J. Ware. ]~ther household articles. Damage leon. At the .assembly ffvh'. Rein]n- I Jimmy Robinson played taps at/Ne~ 1L l e ~all~tl |Wes~ Wir=ini ...... ~.,~ ~,, o+ .... I, Trooper aBllow said a 1950 Pord ~ ....... -,, oemg m~ven North on State Route I to the home was estimated at a-Iger was presented a large plaque I the close of the pz-es~n~tat,i(~ of |~l I~ 13 II~I|UU| .. ,~ n .... I_ , '~. I ml kl ~ I / ]bout $1,200, Purl" said. rand in the above picture he is I the plaque to Mr. Reininger. / ...... "ff + " |ge+ He +was'al'so '}ined''$ 5 'and Oy ~ilbert Bill Jenkins, 48, Al- , -me Jeneison ouney ~oala ot exanaria va stained to pass an ~l~l / nlnn N4Ul 1Al~l~l~$A~l I The dwelling is owned by Lu-Is'hewn (left) accepSing Vhe plaque l The well-planned program was 1 ". ~ ' " / "~s ....... I ' , '. ' ' s" - cos.~ on ene mr-ann run ena~ge ~|l~UUl L~lllll~ I~,~N ~l~;U ~lll~l~|~U |ther Buracker of near Kearneys..~from Miss No~a C,heshire, presi-Iheld at ten o'clock in ,the gymnas- |E.dueat.mn. made a number of.tea | ~ro~r w~~ ~ ~ ,~.oro .^ [other car and on_seeing some ~l 1 " _ . _ ; _ I ville. ]den of ~he Honor Society as i ium 0Lf the new ~high school with |cmng an.a non=eacmng .a,ppom~-/th~ ~.=~.d." =;2. 2~-',~. ~'*'2"~_~_:V |cnu~.ren on t,ne ngnway, cut his f I'h~lae TA.I~ 7a~|~ rA~|~|Am~ I The house was pa'ptially covered I Charles Town High Prk'~eipa'l'Gor I~he entire studen,t body attending./men~Seramng` with discussi,.ng a/n ure ..... a m .orlc,ar a.ck ~wards the entrance to ~#ll~||~ l~|| L~||l|lU ~|||||l|~}i~|| I by insurance,'but there was no in-Idon Eismon, for whom the honor [The program was conducted by/ oI omer matters at their/ " i~ne ~me triage School striking a + I surance on the content's, it .was re[society was named looks on. I Miss Nora CheShire, president of iregular~mee't!ng *_Monday night.. / A M.a.rtinsburg man. and l~s 12 |ut, i, ty pole.... . : ' I ported.. l A verse 0heir brou.g,ht ~thoughtslthe Honor Society. Mr. Rekninger I !mrs. t)oro~ny Y. Tayior~ Charies/.year om son were mjurea aaou~ I rtUZUS ~. ~trou~:h, Alexanaria. eneral zoning of the new area lporation and councilmen.I I of t~he purpose of memoz'ialslres,ponded briefly in his appreciat 1Tow~ was appointed to sabsti,tute |it p. m. ~'riaay ~ight when the/Va, sustained lacerations of the ~h recerltly became a part o.f ] C,,,,n~i~ ...... ,~,,+~ I,,, ~h~ s~/ ~u *.._~_.- J e.._J.... I'throu h the age, s Individual mere lion of the occasion and ~,ave stu- |a:t Grand View Sc~hool in the placel1956 Chevrolet he was drtvintlhead in the accident Trooper Bar rles. Tow,.'a was a oproved Men [ial ~m~,~'~*A~e~~,'ch'we'~t ~o~ CA~r| 0 3U[Kld ]bers o~f the Honor Society dedica-id~ s o~e well-'fo~n~te~l advice |0f Mrs: R~b.b,y Reeler. . |cr.ashe~ into..a ut~hty. ~.le on. the ! low said he charged Jeelkin.s with ~t by. members of Charles I l,: ~on for a hearl:r ~rore th~/,_ ,' , I ted ~he program ,to the memov~ t about 'g~%'~ag ~;helr undivided abten / .wec~ a..r~, ng was ~mea as reg/~'lo.wing ~prmgs maaa a l~ot~ vwo- I tauure re nave his car unner co~ 1~ ~Jounci after neanng a re- West Virginia Public Service Corn/ ~.- ~w,l,~,,~,l ~o,,k I of ~Mr ReJnlnger's son Those tak I.tion tO their Studies a~d to work /uia'r ~us anver ~or me ~.ee~own-/~enLms oi a rmie norm oz rvanson./trot. from Zoning.. Commission Imission on a request to purchase/ /=lUll ~i~[~l ~]~!1 ling part in the assembly as me~- I hard in order to make the highest |Kearneys.~il!.e area and. the fol-|.~ Charles Town State TrooperR: l Damage !n the ac, ciden~ was ~,rn.an James Strmer. ]the water system that there had ! I bers of the choir were: Danny Eis Igrades possible, |Jowl~-~g su~tituee cue ~r]vers were/r~. rruex sam aenery ~even ~ia~ very ~maall, ~t was st~a. ~ler the new zoning set-u,p on Ibeen no or'~sition to the nronosal [ Tweney six persons were con-/men Jane Spe~ht John Wfar~in I (Photo Bv Tlm Sinn) /named: Walker Tabler at ,~hep- 1 .... ~ t Washington street al! ProP land it is now necessary to await |firmed in Zion Episcopal Church | I* e