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Sept. 1, 1955-Dec. 8, 1955


Posted 2018-03-01

Sept. 1, 1955

    Married. Mr and Mrs Carter Arehart of New Market announce the marriage of their daughter, Thelma Delores, to Mr. Richard Arnold Weatherholtz, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Weatherholtz of Mt. Jackson Aug. 26 in Hagerstown.

    Railway Postal Clerk. Reuben Bowers retired after 46 years of service, a native of the Forestville community, as a railway postal clerk in the post office Department in Washington, DC. His work caused him to travel an estimated 2,500,000 miles on his run from Washington to Charlotte, NC.

Sept.15, 1955

    Elizabeth Baker of Timberville announced the marriage of her daughter, Wanda Lee, to Mr. Bobby Saylor Neff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neff of Shenandoah Caverns in Hagerstown April 16.

    Basye. Sgt. John Barb, son of Mrs. Mose Barb, who is stationed in Germany, married a German girl a few weeks ago.

Nov. 21, 1955

    Married. Miss Mary Lou Getz, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Getz, and Mr. Bob Wymer of near Woodstock were married Nov. 12, 1955 in Hagerstown. The bride is a beautician in Woodstock.

 

Dec. 8, 1955

    Charles Lattimer Green, 27 years old of Mt. Jackson, died Tuesday in SC Memorial Hospital as a result of injuries he received the previous evening in a motor collision on U S Route 11, about two miles north of Edinburg. His companion, Johnny Green, has not regained consciousness following severe head injuries. The car in which the two were riding is thought to have gone out of control while rounding a curve, colliding with a car in which the members of the Roland W. Fravel Jr. family were riding. Charles Green was born Sept. 6, 1928, a son of the late Lucinda Drummond and James D. Green, who survives. He also leaves two brothers, James and Clarence Green of Harrisonburg and two sisters Mrs. Lottie Carter and Mrs. Elizabeth Bullett, both of Mt. Jackson.