2011-10-20 / From Days Gone By

60 Years Ago

From The Files Of November 8, 1951


Unofficial returns on Tuesday’s election show these results: for district attorney, Albert Foster, 1431; John W. Mentzer, 1677; for county treasurer: George F. Morton, 1371; Guy F. Oakman, 1822; for commissioner: John F. Culler, 1534; W. Webster Mellott, 131; Frank S. Thomas, 1611; W.L.Hendershot, 132; for sheriff: Robert L. Fix Jr., 1345; Don Chesnut, 1878; for county auditors: Pauline Richards, 1375; Bruce Mellott, 1230; Charles W. Earley, 1596.

Donald R. Deshong, son of Mr. and Mrs.

George P. Deshong of Mc- Connellsburg was recently promoted to sergeant at an air lift base in southern Japan.

It was announced this week that the Fulton Manufacturing Co., a branch of the Frederick Tailoring Co., will reopen in the near future.

Tommy Tucker and his orchestra will make his second appearance at the local American Legion home next Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Lamberson of Hagerstown are the proud parents of a son, born on October 31.

James Brown of Clear Ridge spent two days last week on a fishing trip along the Delaware coast.

David Miller and Doris Fleck were recently married.

Mr. and Mrs. John Trego and family of Lock Haven spent the weekend at their home near Dublin Mills.

Deaths: Clyde A. Plummer of Salem, Ohio; John N. Akers of Akron, Ohio.

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