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Feb. 13, 1958

Posted 2018-11-01

Feb. 13, 1958

    Local Chevrolet Agency Changes. Announcement has been made by Web Riley of C and R Chevrolet Inc. that a change in ownership will take place on or about March 1, 1958.

    The present owners of the firm are Mr. S. G. Clark in addition to Mr. Riley. Both have been in the automobile business here for many years.

    When Mr. Riley was asked who the new dealer or dealers would be, he stated that this information would be supplied by the factory and as yet was not available.

    Licensed Auctioneer. Announcement has been made that Harry L. Gochenour is now a licensed auctioneer and will be available to hold auction sales.

    Mr. Gochenour lives with his mother, Mrs. Lucy Gochenour, on N. Main St. Extended in Woodstock, beside the Sinclair Oil Co.

    He has several brothers. Two are the Rev. Lloyd Gochenour and the Rev. Marvin Gochenour.

    Mr. Gochenour is an auctioneer at Staunton Livestock Market, Staunton.

    He is well-known in the county, having gone to school in Edinburg.

    Tri-Hy-Y has phone installed in Woodstock High School. On December 6th a call meeting was held in the library to settle the phone situation. It was agreed to send a check and have it put in.

    The January 8th meeting was held in Mrs. Lawson’s homeroom. The President, Mary Taff called the meeting to order. Secretary’s report was given. The 31st of January is the set date for the $1.50 dues. The names of the members were read that were sent in for affiliation. Mrs. Lawson discussed the responsibility of officers. She said the Tri-H-Y will send members to the M.G.A. by the point system. It was decided to give 25 percent of the money made from the “Holly Hop” dance to the Hi-Y since they helped. A Sweetheart Dance is planned for February 15th. The hours are from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. It will be semi-formal. The meeting was then adjourned by the bell.

    Saumsville News. Mrs. J. L. Saum was the dinner guest on Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Fleming.

    The C.W.F. met in the home of Mrs. Frank Good on Tuesday and did sewing and also had the regular meeting with a very good attendance present.

    Quite a number of the young people from the local church attended the District Youth Rally in the Zion Christian Church on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Glenwood Coop and Mrs. Berlin Fleming drove the group over.

    The week of Compassion Brotherhood Supper will be held on Sunday evening, February 16, at 6 p.m. This is a “Pot Luck” supper as we join hands with our workers across the world with an offering for the Far East. Bring your families and help this cause as it’s a worthy one. “See you all then.”

    Mr. and Mrs. Ott Rickard and son Keith were dinner guests on Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kibler of Patmos.