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_ IN. J., formerly of Harpers Ferry, 1 I ~tlt~m~'~ ...... T [ and the Rev. Charles W. Wolfe, of The limping, stiffened, aged, Lion MILP'I I}N flllNT ][Harpers Ferry, formerly of Ban- a week at Virginia Beach, Va. .. ...... | ~d K wanis "mllplayer~" se, a on ~,, iv v,~s, a | [ ...... :;Oth Division. --WEEKEND--- [ For his gallant and outstanding. , , , ............. - . m.re,,v|J+ Bums Huyett Can&dot ++' " been awarded the . The.~:eddmg ceremony m Sa:em, lday evening +;~'e" monuments''to uation of $28,322.87. [the Army Ground Forces since the e Silver Star Medal, Bronze Star va., writ oe perlormea oy the Aev. i their valiant effo,~+ ;- h+h.,l ,,~ Listed were real estate in Loe- ] other services are expected to fill and Purple Heart. He was also C. Lloyd Arehart, pastor of thelcharity" ' ................ town andone-fourth interestinthe~their needs from~voluntary emist- awarded the Good Conduct Medal. Presbyterian Church here and the [ The Lions-Kiwanis Soft b al I Campbell Farm, valued at $9,000;I or 1949 Kiwanis Governor .o in Charles Town on Rev. John F. Elliott, pastor of the [~ame wa~ m,~tl~ h,.,~ ......... ~personal property, $700.; Govt [merits. ~etny with highest temperature ~ ' " ~. ~ -- April 29, 1905, the son of Mr. and Salem Church. [runs, wit}~ fe~-er"hitsand'le'ss%ase[ Bonds, $13,220.; corporate ~toek,12 , 78 today. Clear and cool /'~--~i.~!o~ AnnO.nceA' Mrs. Thomas C. Bowling of South ball. Before the counter broke down $3,417.50; monies and certificates, [ 8 Present For Lions : t t ~.~i0gl[tLSltUt~l.~J ~ u ta [~e onight with lowest abou . . 1 1 George St. After matriculating in Meadow Brook Farm - . _$1,985.37. + I k~riday sunny and somewhat B" Kiwanis Clubs 1 ! Charles Town public schools he the tally ,,'as Lions, 16 runs, Kt ik.~r. Outlook for Saturdayd 1 ~ graduated from Augusta Military _ wani~ 14 runs with the Lions de- The appraisers were J. E. Tabb, t Meeting ~ql sunny and rather warm.- P nhandlp . ~ I Academv at Fort Defiance, "va. Sale Announced clared the winners. Substitutions F. P. Owens, Sr., and J. S. Locke, I The Charles Town Lions Club y ,,i ............. - .-~ For several years before enter- SUMMAR : ~. ~ . : were quick and numerous to ,'nini- all of Kearneysville. [ met in regular session at the hotel mid-western heat wave 7 ins the service he was employed The "Meadow Brook Farm" by mize the effects of near 100 degree Listed as b~nefieiaries are his I thtto the area last Thursday. The Kiwanis Clubs of the East- ,. in the Surveying Department of deed made July 15th, 1948, , was temperature. It is reported lhat widow, Flm~ence W. Gardner; two I Thomas Jefferson. President ov4d mga for Thursday, Friday and ern Panhandle section of West Vir- the W. Va. State Roads Casals- conveyed by Mrs. Kate Cox C.'ock- just before game time and Mnce daughters, Louise B. Langdon and [ presided with 28 members and six ' mty were 99, 102 and 100 de- ginia announced the candidacy of sion. Ite entered service in April ett to James W. Ballowe. The farm there has been a run on |inament Martha G. Currie; two sons, John [ guests present. . reapectively. In, case you J. Burns Huyett of Charles Town 1941. and after basic training was Gordan FAsmon, the new prini- " nted to be working in the for 1949 governor of the West stationed in Alaska. Before this consists of two tracts on Long stocks in the local pharmacies. F. and Robert D. Gardner. pal of the high school, was intro- country entered the late war he Marsh Run, in the southern part of The game was played to benefit ett Friday the direct radia- ~lel~rature there was 118 de- . The wave was the most in- since 1944. No records ~ablisi~d, aince registra- [~ ~ high a~ 109 were reord- i~ L_~36 and also in the drought L ~. ~aceomYa short but rather violent partied by moderate the heat wave. A very ruado, or "twister" dippel ~,etr the racetrack for a |+:-'am attce, then vanished. Rain- ~.e~Lt~hty amounted to .82 of an |~ a~e tropical Hurricane did ~raach close enough to in- , e Pressure systems existing ~e~.t did draw from the New Itat~ very much cooler ~thig in early morning tern- jb~_re reading Sept. 1st of 46 J~ a~d the same this morning. J~4~lnfall for August was 3.96 }.~Lowest temnerature for $1 dezr~. Highest tem- for August 102 degrees. Virginia Kiwanis District. In the unanimous action of civic leaders, business and professional men comprising a vast area of the State and representing many of West Virginia's imoortant indus- trial enterprises, one of the State's most distinguished citizens is of- feted to take over the leadership of the Kiwanis Clubs of West Vir- ginia and to continue the work of this ~opular organization within the district s territory. J. Burns Huyett is a native West Virginian, born and reared in Jef- ferson County. He is a graduate of West Virginia University and has s~ent a lifetime in farming and orchard growing and attricul- tural extension work. Mr. Huyett has served as -resident of the West Virginia Live Stock Asso- ciation; eppraiser for the Federal Land Bank of Baltimore (now re- tired), an~ is a member of the West Virginia Apple Commission. He has served in many capacities J. BURNS HUYETT the aims and purposes of Kiwanis, and is a charter member of his home town club. In 1943, Mr. Huyett was a member of Kiwanis International Committee on Agri- culture, and has served on the committee for K~wanis education. was returned to the United States the county, the "Moorings" con- the Woman's Volunteer Fund for duced by Lion Willis. Mr. Eismon and placed in an inactive reserve status. He reentered the service in 1942. S~t. Bowlin~ was a communicant of Zion E~iscorml Church. He was Past Master of Malta Lodge No. 80. A. F. and A. M. and Past High Priest of Jefferson Chapter No. 5, of Royal Arch Masons. Surviving are his pa~-ents at home. and and brother, Travers, of Alexandria. Va. Military Honors will be rendered by the Jackson-Perks Post, Ameri- can Legion, at the services to be held at 5:00 p. m., September 3rd, in Zion Episcopal Church The officiating clergyman will be the Rev. Benjamin Roller, rector of Nelson Parish. Reinterment will be in Zion churchyard. Miss Electa Zigler, of Hag~.rs- town, Md., is a guest this week of Mrs. C. L. Haines, Mr. Parvo Ave. ta, ining 130.88 acres and the "Mea- dow Farm" consisting of 279.3 aeres. By deed dated Aug. 9, 1948, ~he "Meadow Brook Farm" was con- veyed by James W. Ballowe and the Tri-County Health Department. Not all ticket sales by individuals have yet been accounted, but latest estimate~ indicate about $115 was realized from the game. -Wednesday will hereafter be ob- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dorsey will [ svrved as a regular dav of business. leave this week-end for Pittsburgh, Pa.. where they will spend a week Canned luncheon feats climb to with Mrs. Dorsey's cousins n level. Shadyside School Building Lot Sold The Jefferson County Board of Education recently sold the "Sha- dyside School Building lot" in Shepherdstown, "at public auction for $910 to Ida Knode Tennant. The sale was confirmed by the Board of Education, title given, and recorded in the Court House last week. BANKS WILL CLOSE MONDAY, SEPT. 6th Monday, September 6th will be Labor Day and the two banks listed below will not be open for busineu. PEOPLES BANK BANK OP CHARLES TOWN has se~wed as president of the Elizabeth, W: Va., Lions Club, and also is past zone chairman. John W. Minnieh of the Hagers- to~m Lions Club was a guest of Lion Sinn; Lion Earley had his son. James, as his guest: Ed. F. Poole, former member of the club, now a member of the Williamsport Li6ns Club, was a guest of the club. Lion Finn and Lion Magaha had charge of the program and pre~nt- ed Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Finn of Hagerstown, who favored the mem- bers and guests with several ravsi- cal numbers. Lion Finn and his bro- ther sang a duet which was en|oy- ed by all. The new meeting will be at the Thoma~ Jefferson Hotel on 3ep- tember 7th.