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car which he had jacked up on a farm just north of the town of ~r~l I~n~ ~ I~-Jne~n Boliver. She would like to heart SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE the side of a hill at the Bloomery Middleway in 1843, was to become ~lvl uvllu; Vl I|OIl~Vll from her friends. Her address is / q'~TTP~nAV r~~ 1~ ,acQ -- j and the jack slipped The Charles in a brief life span of 57 years Harpers Ferry, W. Va RFD. i : ' ~'~'~ ~" ~""" .~ Town Independent Fire Company a Confederate soldier, a teacher, H~t]n Hnh~ With Mrs. Adelaide Grim is a pat-' ~ or +. ambulance was summoned to.the a lawyer, a president of two col- " ~ "" " lent in the Charles Town General ~ing I youth will take part in the P ~ ~rlK scene and N. Clark Furr, chief leges, a Congressman from this ~ r, . Hospital, admitted on Monday 'He .is t~orn", r'rencnlgram which follows. ~ r~IURSD of the Independent Company, on state for six terms, and an out- ~er ~ismr-|n-taw Mrs. Grim have been quite ill :Mast,s in This Hall EnglishI Mr. Roy Mason a Deacon d+ seeing what the boy s situation standing member of the cabinet for the pass five weeks. (he ~now Lay un the tJrouncl [ Charles Town Church, is SO OBSTETRICAL ~ Christina Lynn Long, Route 1, d eg I Charles Town, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. James Heflebower I Nancy Jane Johnson, Harpers I i la Box 766 iShepherdstown, W. Va. I Ferry. W. Va. by the Charles Town Citizen's n~t ~ J~.~ ,f ArHn~t, V'~ +~ between her and her sister-in-law ! and Mrs Martin Glaize " Carol I Dasher, Dancer, Prancer ! ~-- are the parents of a son bornI John D. Lowe, Sr Shepherds- Fire Company Rescue unit and ~'~ao~+~t~' ,~; ~,~,:t:'~'~'o'~'~ Bonnie Plotenr, also of Ranson, ~ ~ ~(~ " "Go Tell It On the Mountain --]Rudolph would cause no e~# mm Tuesday. ] town, W. Va ~. ~" a i l, young Harder was then trans- .n ~Pb, pntnm~e Ri~,~r .~ Chart ccord ng to Ranson Pohce Chmf I Amerman Folk Hymn [ ment in the Netherlands, ~ ~Ov~. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Silvious, [ Hazel Pauline Adams, 213 W ~. r a ~ars Lloya rmnara is a pa~len~, - l# -" ~" ~" ported to the Charles Town Gen- ~,+~n~ ~ ~ +t ~ C. D. Merce . The Bond worn n1. ~- " + Rise Un Shenherd American I children believe that a F Route 1, Charles T~wn, W. Va. lAcademy St Charles Town, W. eral Hospital: About 1.50 the I d- peared about 1850 In the view " Martmsburg." Her friendsSpiritual ] pulls St. Nicholas sle]gh.~ ths a n l': ~"was taken to the Charles Town m ~ne ~mgs ~augn~ers rmsp~a~ . . "- ~- . ~-uerat are the parents of a son born Va. Wednesday. [ George Edward Viekers, W. enenaen amoumnee was sommon : G al Hospital by the Indepen-IIn many ,c+ -- ftern are tne tara ot tne river, tne ~ . ~ ~ ~-, wish her a s~eed~ recovery o,s ,~ ~,~ ~. m~tma~-- ! .~ ~=.~ ~, ra. fr~,~ Mr. and ~M~. John Ring, Route ] Liberty St Charles Town, W. ea ~o me nospi~at ann rlaraer was Chesaneake and Ohio canal with ueut r~re wumpauy amuutauce, i r . "" French ~ ~ ~'~ ~.~ Ch I ,Kearneysville, W. Va. are thei Va. parents of+ a+ son born Wednes- [ Davis Wesley May, 102 Mr. Par- daMr. and Mrs, Albert Remsburg]v ' Charles Town, W. Va. [ Daniel Lee Swope, Route 1, 409 Maple Ave. B~nswick,+ Md ] Shepherdstown, W. Va. are the parents, of a son born[ Charles William Gageby, Route Thursday. : f. ]1, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs.+ James Ku mer, ] Raymond Junior Jackson, Gen 4th Ave Ranson, W. Va. are the I eral Delivery, Charles Town, W. parents of a son born Friday. I Va. ] SURGICAL I Allmond Tony Ray, Route 2, Har' ]pers Ferry, W. Va. [ Silas C. Johnson, Charles Town[ Mary Eliza,Clipp, 315 East Lib[ W. Va. [ erty St Charles Town, W. Va. I Roy Edwin Stauhs, Route 2,[ Margaret H. Bloom, Preston St. Harpers Ferry, W. Va. [ Ranson, W. Va. + Gloria Jean Lewis, Route 2,[ Sharon Anne How]e, Rt. 7, Box Box 6-B, Knoxville, Md. Frances Gaynell Howell, Route [ 485, Frederick, Md` 2, Charles Town, W. Va. [ ~ W,H ~r Joan Ellen Wolfe, Route 2,[M~ ~r Box 43, Charles Town, W. Va. Rob . T,as, oute 1, B en Charles Town, W. Va. [Car Falls On Him Eva G. Braithwaite, 208 East John Street, Martinsburg, W. Va. Ray Lee Gxkm, Ranson, W, Va. I Marvin W. Harder, 16-year-old Sylvia Iona+ Smallwood, Route I Millville youth, was badly injured 1, Kearneysville, W. Va. [about 12:30 Saturday afternoon Hazel Virginia Hardy, Route 2, [when a car he was working on Harpers Ferry, W. Va. [slipped from a jack and fell on ing and guidance; medications; Mildred Kessler Wagner, 4021 him, dragging him about 12 to consultation and education; assist ance in problems of alcoholism 1 15 feet. ]aMildred St Charles Town, W. The youth was working on his and drug abuse information con- BY CHARLES J. W. SMITH II Christmas is always a ~ime of renewed hope and faith in the goodness of the future. The cheer and gladness spread among us during th~ period is a natural manifestation of an tuner feeling of happiness and goodwill toward all. We seem to feel more deeply than ever that our lives are knit together by a Love and a Faith that are eternal with the heavens. As we speak and sing the words of Peace and Fellowship and Goodwill, they inspire us to nobler, unselfish living. Now is the time we should all stop God for the blessings we have received durht~ that in the New Year we shall strive to live closer to Him. The Angelic chorus "Peace on Eagth and Good Will Toward Men" still makes the hearts of men warm and inspires us with renewed courage for the tasks ahead. As we prepare to observe the Holidays, may each of us keep In our minds that It was on this clay our Lord and Saviour was born and in our hearts a prayer that the teachings of Him whose birth we commemorate may prevail always and that a way may be found for all people of the world to live in love and harmony, that all men may cherish peace and concern for another and lint away every selfish and unkind thought. If we do this -- Christ will be in Christmas and it will be joyous and blessed, A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL OF YOU AND A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR cerning treatment centers; Men- tal Illness and Mental Retardat- ion; Admittance Proceedures to State Mental Hospitals; and many other related subjects. The provision of Psychotherap- eutic drugs in the field of treat- ment has proven to be a great comfort to county residents who find it necessary to take prescrib ed drugs and unable to meet the expenses of paying for them. A part of the budget of the center is set aside for payment of these drugs where eligibility of client is established. It is a policy of the West Virginia Department of Mental Health to expect clients to purchase drugs according to their ability to pay for them. The Jefferson County Associat. Ion for Mental Health, a com- pletely+ volunteer agency, also car ries on a drug program for cou- nty residents and provides many such as in sists financially with the School of Hope; and distributes litera- ture throughout the county. The Information and Referral Center, a community-based serv. ice, is under the direction+ and supervision of the West Virginia Department of Mental Health, Charleston, West Virginia. 1969 Edition Jefferson Historical Magazine Is Now Available The 1969 volume of the maga- zine of the Jefferson County His- torical Society has been publish- ed and has been placed on sale SMITH & STRIDER MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA in Charles Town and copies mall- - -" ed to members. Major articles in the new maga zinc include: "William L. Wilson Patriot, P,olitieian and College President', written for it by John Y. McDonald; "Northern Virginia Agriculture in 1791", from letters written to President George Was hingten by Dr. David Stuart, and "Mr. Jex Presents Paintings to the Society", with a historical de scription of the palnting's scene, near Shepherd town, by Miss Linnie Schley of that place. 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