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October 2, 1969

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j Pr0moted Private First Robert A. Dailey has been PFC for attaining high scholastic awarded a certificate of achieve- ment and promoted to rank of + 2 i + + For All Your Farm Supply Needs or V/s/t Us SOUTHERN STATES TOWN COOPERATIVE Dla172r>2212 NG, OR on Ire A Vllal Part d Yew All ElecM Fvhn Tll Potomac Edison Ce. + standing in his class upon com- pletion of The Food Inspection Procedures (Basic) Course at the U. S. Army Medical Department Veterinary School, Chicago, Ill. He was also awarded the Associ ation of the United States Army Plaque. The presentation was made by LTC Leslie E. Meckns- troth, NC, Director of Instruction at graduation ceremonies. The recipient of this award is selected on the basis of academic profi- ciency, leadership, military bear- ing and discipline, as well as other characteristics of outstand ing citizenship. Robert is the son of Mrs. Esther Dailey Hehle, 215 Jefferson Ave Charles Town. He is a graduate of Charles Town High (Class of 63), West Virginia University of Wisconsin, with a B. S. and M. S. Degree. Pfc. Dailey is presently assign- ed to Womack Army Hospital, Pfc Brian H0ffmaster With Signal Battafion At Yan Son Nhut, Vietnam Army Private First Class Brian T. Hoffmaster, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan E Hoffmaster, Route 1, Harpers Ferry, was assigned Big super heating performance in a CABINET + Naturally, its a patented OIL. HOME HEATER HI~T GUIDB40 Inner HEAT TUBES OUTLETS sweetn" low! Capture hottest heat-- Just pull end Only 33w high yet Built.ln BLOWER to guide the it heats llke magicJ Guides it over floors. Super ~ Heat. PLUS! patented SIEGLERMATIC DRAFT + CAST IRON CONSTRUCTION GENUINE PORCELAIN ENAMEL FINISH SIEGLER GIVES YOU MORE AND HOTTER HEAT OVER YOUR FLOORS! see this new CONSOLE SIEGLER that 302 WEST WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. September 1 to the 69th Signal Battalion near Tan Son Nhut Air Base, Vietnam. His wife, Brenda lives in Millville. Miss Lillian Myers --+ ~ : - (FROM LAST WEEK) Presented 50 Year Masonic Pin Mr John W. Hendricks, Sr re- ceived his 50 year Masonic pin on! Sunday evening September 21, 1969, at his home at Uvilla. It was presented by Mr. Frank L. Ronamous, Past Lectuerer of the Grand Lodge of West Virginia. Lodge members present were Cecil M. Link, Newton Stuckey, Robert Anderson, Roy Shirley, Oscar Jones, Brown Hendricks, James Hunter and Jackie Hend- ricks. Refreshments were served consisting of cake, cookies, and ice cream topped with frozen strawberries. They were served by Mrs. Hendricks and Mrs. Nan- cy Lennon. Mrs. Oscar Seal spent Sunday with her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Henry in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross cele brated their 35th wedding anni- versary at their home here Sun- day afternoon. The Shenandoah Junction Ruri tan Club met Monday Sept. 15, at the Village House restaurant for their regular meeting Club president, Les Custer pre sided at the business meeting after a fine meal of country ham. Committee reports were made and money turned in from the sale of corn, the scrap paper. The club discussed the proposed the telephone increase in rates and voted to send a letter to the Pub- lic Service Commission request- ing that an increase be denied. The lack of service with present facilities was discussed. Many club members are on a ten party line and cannot use the phone when necessary, many cam plained of poor mechanical con- ditions of phones and others com- !plained about high toll rates to call Martinsburg. The Club will hold an election of officers in October and the president appointed a nominating I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE committee. The club plans to goI to church as a club in October. j THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1969 B--5 Mr. and Mrs. Melton Hess of Mansfield, Ohio recently visited' her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. he will be given the oath of Army Young Hardy, a volunteer, at- Charles Snyder. i induction, tended Charles Town Junior High, I Robert Hardy Enlists II I. u. s To i! Fort Holabird Friday l| 104 E. WuhhgtonlALSt.TZS 3Z,-- Charles Town, W. Va. : Robert Hardy, of Charles Town |R D son of Mrs. Lenis Marie Martin|~ of Charles *Town and the late|R Lewis J. Hardy, has enlisted ln|~ the U. S. Army and he left Friday |~ for Fort Holabird, the Armed|~ Forces induction station where ~ - : ~- - - - - - - NAME TAPE IRON-ON KITS METAL COVERED FOOT LOCKERS 30xlS~x .12~". 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