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Person Slightly Injured Four Highway Accident inCounty Person was slightly injured of four motoring accidents Jefferson Cou- and Satur- n which six cars and were damaged to the ex $2,000. injury accident 12:15 Saturday miles West of C,harles S. Route 340, when a pick-up truck, travel- ing East and being driven by Graver Cleveland Robbins, Jr 41 -of Milling-ton, Md was struck by a 1961 Ford car being driven west on the highway by John Michael Weaver, 20, of Route 1, Summit Point. Henry Yates of Charles Town, who was a passeng er in the Weaver car sustained minor injuries. Charles Town State Trooper David Williams, charged Weaver TO OUR CUSTOMERS There's no greater pleasure at Christmas Time than the Opportunity to Thank You and Wish YouWell. HOPE YOU HAVE AS MANY GOOD THINGS TO BE THANKFUL FOR AS WE DO. AIR CONDITIONING WATER HEATING HEATING SPOUTING PLUMBING ROOFING K SNER-DODSON CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PHONE 725-7812 KISNER MARVIN DODSON PHONE 725.7292 PHONE 725-7192 with failure to have his ear under control. Damage to the two ve-' hicles was placed at $700. Two accidents occurred within minutes of each other about 10:30 Saturday night on Alstadt's Hill on U. S. Route 340, West of Cha- rles Town which resulted in a total of about $1,200 damages to the three vehicles involved. The first mishap occurred when an eastbound car being driven by Will.tam B. Pierce, 3rd avenue, Ranson, swerved to avoid a collis- ion with an oncoming car and struck a sign. The accident remains under in vestigation by State Police Troop er J. R. Napier. Before the road could be clear ed, another eastbound auto op erated by Rose Cotter, Laurel Md slowed because of the con gestion and her car was hit ir the rear by a vehicle operated b.~ Floyd Mills, Keedysville, Md. Cpl. V. N. Brackenridge charg ed Mills with failure to have hi.' vehicle under control in thc $1,000 mishap. A total of $75 damage ref~ult'er" Sunday at 11 a. m. at the come of Liberty and Mildred stl:eet: when cars driven by Donald Let Adams, Jefferson avenue, and Richard F. Burns, Charles Town collided. Sgt. Perry Ott charged Burns with failure to yield the right-of- way. 169 Charles Town High Stud ts Make Second Honor Roll A total of 169 Charles Town High students came ,through the second six weeks of the current school term with a "B" or better average and thus were named to the school honor roll. Twenty-nine of them had a 4.00 average and 140 had a 3.00 or bet- ter average. One freshman, Bar- bara Bussey had a 4.00 average while eight sophomores; six jun- iors; 14 seniors made a 4.00 or be~ter average. The sopbomores were: Jody But ler, Rusty Heare, Lyle Hoffman, Paul Reid, Richard Riley, John Roth, Karla Robinson and Mac Willingham. The juniors were Pamela Hoffman, Pam Liles, Mike Mays, Paula Propps, Charlotte Rowe and Beth Snyder. The sen- Jenkins, Teresa Kelly, Estrellita Luckett, Marshall McCormick, Cindy Ott, Joyce Ott, Beth Perry, Jim Ridgeway, Becky Rogers, Kat- hy Sims, Claudette Strange, Linda Vorous, Eric Waggy, Judy Walk- er. SOPHOMORES: Nancy Alexander, B. 3. Allara, Laura Allen, Brent Anders, Paula Benton, Barbara Browning, Bar- bara Carter, Dorothy Cesarini, Jeffrey Clark, Patricia Collis, Anne Coyle, Brenda Croson, Lin- da Downing, Debbie Fellers, Pat- ricia French, Kenneth Frye, Wil- liam W. Grantham, Joyce Harris, Frances ttough, Linda Ingram, Patsy Jenkins, William Keyser, Dennis Kirk, Dottle Lloyd, Mary Ann Lunsford, Debbie Merchant, Patricia Miller, Sharon Miller, Cindy Payne, Elizabeth Ring, Jess Reed, Anne Seal, Peggy Smoot, Patricia Spiker, Diane Walters. JUNIORS: Lois Athey, Katie Blackford, Olagene Bush, David Bussey, Cin- dy Cain, Linda Deeds, Laura Der- by, Steve Dorsey, Preston Ellis, James Fleagle, Sharon Frazier, , Donna Grey, James Green, Kathy i ttenshaw, Charles Jewell, Selma Jones, Glenda Johnson, Nick Ker- cheval, Barbara Lanham, Robert Liskey, Diana Lloyd, Donna Mar- tin, Jeanne Mason, Danny Nichols Jeff O'Bannon, Glenda Ott, Nancy Parkinson, Debbie Rinaldi, Jeff Rhodes, John Robinson, Chris Sagle, Kathy Sagle, Jerry M. Sal- sane, Martha Set, bert, Peggy Tay- lor, Becky Vickers, Susie Ward, Fred Whittington. SENIORS: Dan Athey, Darlene Bartles, Charnell Baylor, Linda Bradley, Robert Buchanan, Jonathan Burns, John Cheshire, Gary Chris man, John Clipp, Charles Cooper, Leeds Corbin, Ronnie Corso, Glad- ys Davenport, Linda Dillow, Mar- tha Evans, Steve Evans, Anne French, Donna Gano, Frances Grantham, Pat Ingram, Dennis Kirk, C. Dale Manuel, Mary Paul Marshall, Dewey Perks, Marsha Pine, Dianne Rissler, Sharon Rop- er, Althea Rutherford, Mike Ryan Jeneane Sagle, Joe Snyder, Geo- rge Tabb, Thomas Tumbtin, Mar- lene Viands, Rodney White, Scott Whitmore, George Willingham, Frankie Wilmer, Nelson Wilt. CIIRISTMAS EDITION Get ready for the Christmas edi tion of the Pittsburgh Post-Gaze- tte - - it will be filled wilh holi- day wishes and plenty of enjoy- able and entertaining reading It's just what you'll want to relax with after the busy morning of gift opening and celebration PIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'g ADVOCATE The Post Gazette will be the lqr T O n r@a r w2: ,-- only Pittsburgh paper published[ ~--, L.~, ~,~ ~I Zl, 1967 3 on Christmas Day, sf) make sure/ --.------ I you get your copy delivered. I For home delivery contact your local newspaperboy Or dealer to-[ :!!:i, day. " I Read The Pittsburgh Post-Gaz- ./i