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l / / m You ,Can Help Yourself To Santa's Pack If You Join Our 10c each week for 50 weeks 25c each week for 50 weeks 50c each week for 50 weeks $ 1.00 each week for 50 weeks $ 2.00 each week for 50 weeks $ 3.00 each week for 50 weeks $ 5.00 each week for 50 weeks $10.00 each week for 50 weeks - $ 5.00 - $ 12.50 - $ 25.00 - $ 50.oo -$ 100.00 - $ 150.00 - $ 250.00 -$ 5OO.OO 10 ~. YEARS AGO -- 10 County's oldest resi- Nancy Agnes Grey of celebrated her 100th. fire completely des- a large bank barn, hog head of hogs, sheds and and machinery I W. H. Flanagan farm. queens of Charles Harpers Ferry High during half time at the football game the tw, schools were: and Miss Doris respectively. Griffith Caton of a native of Jeffer- in City Hospital, Mar- Franklin W. Kreme,r. 3% Interest Paid On Average Balance If P yments Kept Up To Date And Club Fully Completed. of Duffields, at his Cumberland, Md.; Miss else Mock, 36, wife of of Johnstown, Pa, af John and Lillie Car- of Bakerton, in .o MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE A COMMUNITY CORNERSTONE CORPORATION SINCE 1871 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE--OUR BANKING HOURS EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT FROM 5 To 8 P. M. City Hospital, Martinsburg; Wm. Milton Allen, 77, of Winchester Va a native of Middleway, in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Married: - Miss Susanne Stokes daughter of Vice Admiral Thomas M. Stokes, U. S. N. (Ret.) and Mrs. Stokes of Charles Town to Mr. M. Patton Echols, son of Col. M. P. Echols U. S. A. (Ret.) and Mrs. Echols of Lexington, Va Dorcas Elaine Magaha daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Magaha Sr. of Ranson to Mr. l~bert G. Hor- ner of Martinsburg. Charles Town's Purple Panthers ended the football season with and 8 and 2 record, defeating Harpers Ferry's Tigers 48-0. 20 -- YEARS AGO -- 20 Dr. Merrill R. Fox, who practic ~d medicine in Charles Town for several" years, annotmced that he had joined the staff of Newton D. Baker Hospital. The Jefferson Cotmty Court appointed Herbert Sperry of Boll var to" the post of Constable in Harpers Ferry District. Died: . Robert M. Ainsworth, retired Jefferson County farmer in City Hospital, Martinsburg; Hiram E. Goetz, formerly of Ran- son. Married: - Miss Ann Hope Lyn- ch, daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs, James M. Lynch of Stockton, Cal to Mr. Herbert H. Woodward of Stockton; Miss Mary Anna Trip- lett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Triplett of Summit Point, to Mr. Willis R. Michael of Gore, Va. Mrs. Florence Strider Meetze and Mr. Walter Harold Neely, both of Washington, D. C. 40 ~ YEARS AGO --- 40 Died: - In Cumberland, Md William McCormick, former Kabletown area resident. Sam Childs, for ~ome years treasurer of Frederick County, Va made an assignment for the benefit of creditors. Married: - Mrs. Lou White Van Cleve, formerly of the Middleway neighborhood to Mr. Harry Moore Erie, Pa business man. 60 -- YEARS AGO -- 60 Married: . Miss Nellie Shaull and Mr. Robert N. Smith, both of Middleway; Mis~ Lily Singleton Thomas and Dr. Howard Osburn, both of this county. The Citizens Fire Insurance Co. with a capital cf $300,000 was organized in Charles Town. Charles Gray, former resident of this county, was shot and killed by James Temple at Weverton, Md. Married: . Miss Minnie Gert- rude Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hill of this county and Mr. George C. Miller of Pitcairn, Pa. 90 -- YEARS AGO -- 90 D. S. Orndorff s~ld his home west of Shepherdstown to Joseph Staley for $53.75 all acre. Mr. Staley sold his farm of 70 acres in the s~me section of the county tO G. T. Licklider for $4000. Died: - Mrs. Sarah West Chew, 66 at the" home of her son-in-law, Win. O. Norris, near Myerstown. Miss Margaret Houser Mr. and" Mrs. Don~d Just and son, of Johnstown, Pa were Sun- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Capri- otti and Dennis, and Mrs. John Look~bill and visited Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trundle and daughter were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder and also visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Trundle along the Potomac near Shepherds- town. Mr. William ~lanagan who has been a patient in the Winchester M~morial Hospital is able to be walking around. The address of Glen Knott, sta- tioned in Georgia, is: o.PVt. Glen R. Knott US 51666007 C 10th Bn. 33rd Tngbde, US ATC, Inf Fort Benning Georgia 31905. He would appreciate hear- ing from his friends. Mrs. Robert Watson spent the weekend in Harpers Ferry visit- ing her two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robinson and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Win- ters and son~ Mrs. Anna Lee H0~vard and children, of Boonsboro, Md were Thursday guests of Mrs. An- nie Loudan. Mr. and Mrs. Bobbby Loudan and children, of Knoxville, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and Mrs. Annie Loudan. w.s.c.s. W.S.C.S. of the Methodist Church held its regular monthly meeting and business session at the home of Mrs. Ernest Houser, on Weclaes~ay night of last week~ with a good attendance. After the meetings Mrs. Houser assisted by he~ daughter Vicki, ~d re- freshment Nov. 20-23 "Cast a Giant Shadow" is devot ed to both the life of a man of action and to the formation of a nation, Israel. As an entertain- ment, it holds interest well and moves at a pace that should be approved by viewers with a tale that has action, drama, touches humour, bits of romance, and an intriguing revelation of how a SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAIiM It'8 ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 19 i6 people came into being a defense system was organized. L ATTEND CHURCH Use The Classifieds The piano of great artists is the piano for your home 1 1 1 Now Until Thanksgiving We Will Give F-R-E-E With Any Car Or Truck A THANKSGIVING TURKEY OPEN 9 A. M. 202 E. LIBERTY ST. UNTIL 9. P. M. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE PHONE - 725-7031 CHARLF, S TOWN, W. VA. By Kani Lane, 'harles Wa,hington 'rheas, ~VISIT TO A SMALL PLANET" also "THE BELLBOY" Showing Nov. 17-18-19 That wild and wacky funny man Jerry Lewis, stars in a sttecial hit parad~ double-bill presentat- ion of two of his most hilarious comedies. Tim combe represents a diversified. ~,et, forever wacky, laugh master in two entirely dis- tinct and seperate roles. In '~rhe Bellboy", Jerry shows us his amazing effort as l .Oduce.r, dirogtO.v, write and actor. And the more Jerry the funnier. As for "V t to a Small Planet," the plot as well as the characters are way out -- in fact so way out one might say from another world. It's this mixture of two worlds and Jerry Lewis that creates new height in com- edy. "CAST A GIANT SHADOW" Showing Sunday tlm Wednesday l . t " Only the S emwav sounds like a t4emdewh~ Technical supe maey-ln hundl,ed h dd,n kent tone make the Stainway an inspiration to the great arthts of the world and to begin.e H(mr it at EASy CREDIT TERMS Ope FrL 'til 9 p. m, Other Evenings by ApimintmeRt 41 S. Potomac St. RE 9-4100 HAGERSTOWN,-MARYLAND