From The Calhoun Chronicle - Daniels Run News

The Calhoun Chronicle, a weekly newspaper published in Grantsville, West Virginia, has for many years published news from various communities. "Daniels Run News" has been an occasional to semi-regular feature. Here are some transcripts. We hope to add more as time and occasion permit.


1951

Daniels Run News
March 15, 1951


Mr. And Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter and daughters, Judy and Janet of Barberton, O., were week end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffet.

Cecil Mitchell of Barberton, O., spent the week end with his wife and children.

Lenora Starcher and daughter, Mrs. Helen Naylor, were shopping in town Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Holly Nester and his brother, Wesley, moved to their new home up on the Mt. Zion Ridge Monday.

Everyone in this vicinity was very sorry to hear of the death of D.C. Stalnaker. Our sympathy is with his family.

Bud Burch and family moved on Nester's farm Tuesday.

Guy Wood, H.M. Maffet and son, Rex, were business visitors in Grantsville Tuesday.

Mrs. Anna Parsons hasn't been feeling very good this week.

Melvin Starcher was helping his father, Allen B. Starcher , a few days last week.

Rex Maffet was out hunting for a good milk cow to buy last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller and Allen B. Starcher were business visitors in Grantsville Friday.

Those in town Saturday from this community were Ferris Barr and daughter, Erless, Mrs. Vena Marks, Allen B. Starcher, Lou Starcher and Rex Maffet.

Dee Nitz and son-in-law, Vere Price, were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Mrs. Muriel Price and son, Loren, were visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Nitz Friday.

Miss Erless Barr got hurt while at school Friday.

Royce Fowler and Lenore Starcher traded hogs last week.

Gene Nitz was a Saturday night guest of his grandfather, Allen B. Starcher.

Casto Hardway purchased a horse last week.

Several folks from this vicinity have been attending the meeting at Arnoldsburg.

Daniels Run News
March 22, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller spent the week end with her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Starcher and children of Sistersville.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son Loren were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Allen B. Starcher was Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks.

T.A. Wood of near Stumptown was Monday night guest of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wood.

Luther Booher was shopping at Miles Stump's store Monday evening.

Virgil Marks was calling on his brother Henry Wednesday.

H.M. Maffet was crying a sale for Mrs. Eula Kelley of Mt. Zion Saturday.

Bud Yeager was a business caller on Allen B. Starcher Saturday.

Those shopping in town Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller, Lenore Starcher, Allen B. Starcher and Henry Marks.

This reporter wonders why people of Calhoun county have to put up with bad roads all the time when money was allowed to build good roads. People of Calhoun sure are getting a rotten deal somewhere along the line.

Daniels Run News
March 29, 1951


Judy Rader was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffet and grand-daughters, Judy and Janet Carpenter, Sunday.

H.M. Maffet was calling on Henry Marks Sunday.

Bud Yeager and Allen B. Starcher traded horses Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were visiting her sister, Mrs. Greely Nitz and family Tuesday evening.

Allen B. Starcher was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Tuesday evening.

Mrs. Hattie Booher was calling on Mrs. Ferris Barr Thursday.

Those shopping and attending to business in Spencer Friday from this community were Vere Price, Dee Nitz, Allen B. Starcher and Levi Starcher.

B.A. Hensley was showing some movies at the Daniels Run school Friday. There was an egg hunt also with several parents attending.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were St. Marys visitors Friday.

Gene Nitz was Friday night guest of his grandfather, Allen B. Starcher.

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter of Barberton, O., arrived here Friday night to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffet.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller and Allen B. Starcher were among the visitors in town Saturday.

Miss Gae Parsons is visiting her sister, Mrs. Vena Marks, at this time.

Daniels Run News
April 5, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller spent Easter Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Miller of Shock.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son, Loren, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

H.M. Maffet and Allen B. Starcher were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Conrad of Glenville and Mrs. Grover Miller of Shock were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller and Allen B. Starcher Tuesday night.

Sam Digman was a business visitor here Wednesday.

Dee Nitz and Vere Price were business callers in Spencer Friday.

Allen B. Starcher was a business visitor in Grantsville Saturday.

Mrs. Lula Kelly had another sale Saturday at her residence at Mt. Zion.

Henry Marks shod a team for Sam Digman Saturday.

Daniels Run News
April 12, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Denver Starcher of Sistersville spent the week end with his father, Allen B. Starcher and Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller.

Loretta Starcher of Spencer was a Sunday guest of her grand-father Allen B. Starcher.

Miss Gae Parsons left Tuesday for Cleveland to seek employment.

Allen B. Starcher was a business caller at Arnoldsburg Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son Loren were calling on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Tuesday.

Mrs. Vena Marks and Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Grantsville Wednesday.

Virgil Marks was visiting his brother, Henry, Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were visiting her sister Mrs. Opal Nitz Wednesday.

Those in Spencer Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son Loren, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Ferris Barr, and Allen Starcher.

Leonard Booher hauled some hay for Rex Maffet Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter and Rex Maffet arrived here Friday night from Barberton to spend the week end at their home.

Gene Nitz was a Friday night guest of his grandfather, Allen B. Starcher.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Allen B. Starcher was visiting his daughter, Mors. Opal Nitz and family Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son were calling on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Saturday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffet were visiting her mother, Mrs. Laura Nitz of Cabin Ridge Saturday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sampson were business visitors in Grantsville one day last week.

Daniels Run News
April 19, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were visiting in Spencer Sunday evening.

Allen B. Starcher was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Sunday evening.

Donald Nitz was visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz a few days this week.

Allen B. Starcher had the misfortune of falling out of the loft of his barn and breaking two ribs last Thursday. He was taken to Dr. Boling in Grantsville for treatment. His Many friends wish him a speedy recovery.

Dee Nitz and Vere Price were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Mrs. Grace Barr is reported ill of pneumonia at her home here.

Greely Nitz moved his family to Barberton, O., this week. He sold his farm on sinking Springs to Clyde Cottrell.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were shopping in Grantsville Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Cook and two children of Spencer were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller and Allen B. Starcher Saturday.

It is reported that several pupils of our school have whooping cough.

Daniels Run News
April 26, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Victor Starcher and daughters, of Sistersville, were calling on his father, Allen B. Starcher, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sampson were visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mitchell, Sunday.

H.M. Maffet moved into the house of Mrs. Virginia Groves, Monday. Mrs. Groves went to stay with her sister in Clarksburg.

Robert Rader and Russell Starcher were helping Luther Booher Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son were calling on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Monday evening.

Corley Miller was a business caller in Spencer Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Saturday evening.

Luther Booher was business visitor in town Wednesday.

Corley Miller was building a truck rack for Dudley Moran.

Mrs. Opal Booher was visiting Mrs. Grace Barr, Friday.

H.M. Maffet was calling on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks, Saturday evening.

Daniels Run News
May 3, 1951


Allen B. Starcher was Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Miller of Shock, Sunday.

Rex Maffet and Roscoe Carpenter returned to their work in Barberton, O., Sunday after spending the week end with their families here.

Allen B. Starcher and son-in-law, Corley Miller, were in town, Monday. Mr. Starcher was consulting Dr. Boling.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son, Loren, were visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Monday evening.

H.M. Maffet was busy this week planting potatoes and making garden.

Mrs. Murl Price and son were visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Nitz, Tuesday.

Word was received here this week that Robert Nitz was wounded in Korea. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Greely Nitz of Barberton, O.

Mrs. Corley Miller and Allen B. Starcher were business callers in Grantsville Thursday.

We had our roads scraped down a little here Friday.

Those shopping in town Saturday from this vicinity were Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffet, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sampson, Mrs. Vena Marks, Allen B. Starcher and Orville Miller.

Miss Retha Maffet of Barberton, O., arrived here Friday to visit her father, H.M. Maffet. She returned home Sunday.

Daniels Run News
May 10, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son, Loren, were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller and Allen B. Starcher were Mr. and Mrs. Denver Starcher of Middlebourne and Miss Loretta Starcher of Spencer.

Misses Susie and Joyce Nester of Cabin Ridge were visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Nester Sunday.

H.M. Maffet was calling on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Sunday.

Henry Marks and Corley Miller were business callers on Sycamore, Monday.

Russell Nester was visiting his mother, Mrs. A.M. Nester, Monday. Mrs. Nester has been ill but is better at this time.

Allen B. Starcher and Corley Miller were business callers in Grantsville, Wednesday.

H.M. Maffet and Mr. Hartshorn were calling on Ferris Barr, Thursday.

Lora Hays and sons, George and Richard of Arnoldsburg were business callers in this vicinity, Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Allen B. Starcher sold two head of livestock at the sale in Spencer Friday.

Those shopping in Grantsville Saturday were Mrs. Vena Marks, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sampson, Mrs. Hatie Booher and son, Donald, Allen B. Starcher, Cecil Mitchell and son, Robert, Guy Wood, Melvin Starcher and Lov Starcher.

Daniels Run News
May 17, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and sons, Jacky and Jimmy, of Barberton, O., spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Corley Miller and her father, Allen B. Starcher, and visited other relatives.

Roscoe Carpenter and Rex Maffet of Barberton spent the week end with their families here.

Henry Marks was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marks Sunday.

Russell Nester of Cabin Ridge was calling on his parents, Mr. and Mrs A.M. Nester Sunday.

Mrs. Anna Parsons was consulting Dr. Toepfer in Grantsville Wednesday. She was accompanied by Mrs. Henry Marks and son Roger Paul, and Allen B. Starcher.

Luther Booher and A.M. Nester were shopping in town Wednesday.

Allen B. Starcher was a business caller in Spencer Friday.

Those shopping and attending to business in town Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller, Mr. and Mrs Orville Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sampson and Allen B. Starcher .

Several folks attended the sale at Paul Leach's Saturday.

Willard Marks of Millstone was a Saturday evening guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks.

Daniels Run News
May 24, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller and her father, Allen B. Starcher , were Sunday guests of Mr. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Miller of Shock.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son Loren were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Starcher and daughters of Sistersville were Sunday evening visitors of his father, Allen B. Starcher.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Monday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Booher and Allen B. Starcher were business callers on Rowles Run Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mr. Booher purchased two hogs.

Miss Minnie Hamilton, health nurse of Grantsville, was a caller in this community Thursday.

Allen B. Starcher and Henry Marks were business callers on Sycamore Thursday evening.

Mrs. Madeline Carpenter was visiting with Miss Lenore Starcher and Mrs. Helen Naylor Thursday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz and Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son Loren were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Allen B. Starcher sold two nice veal calves at the stock sale in Spencer Friday.

Cecil Mitchell and Henry Marks were planting corn for Allen B. Starcher Saturday.

H.M. Maffet was crying a sale for Mr. Shaffer of the Mt. Zion ridge Saturday.

Mrs. Melvin Starcher and Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Daniels Run News
May 31, 1951


Miss Erless Barr was visiting with Misses Judy and Janet Carpenter Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks and foster son, Roger Paul, Mrs. Anna Parsons and Allen B. Starcher were on Sand ridge Sunday morning.

Pratt Barr of Akron was visiting his family here recently.

Mrs. Ferris Barr and daughter Erliss, and her small grandson were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Sunday evening.

Larry Reed was calling at Henry Mark's Sunday evening.

Casto Hardway finished moving H.M. Maffet's household goods one day this week.

Allen B. Starcher attended Mrs. Parl Laughlin's funeral Tuesday. Her family has our heart felt sympathy.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were business shoppers in Spencer Friday.

Allen B. Starcher was a business visitor in Spencer Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Starcher of Barberton, O., arrived here Friday night to spend the week end with his father Allen B. Starcher, and also his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller Mrs Vena Marks and Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Rex Maffet and Ferris Barr were business callers in town Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boatright and son of Barberton arrived here Saturday to visit her father, Allen B. Starcher and Mr. and Mrs. Gay Boatright of Sand Ridge.

Daniels Run News
June 7, 1951


Mrs. Esther Gibson of Akron arrived here Sunday to visit her children and other relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Starcher and Jimmy Carpenter all of Barberton were visiting Mr. Starcher's father, Allen B. Starcher, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Miller of Shock Wednesday.

H.M. Maffett was visiting Henry Marks Wednesday

Mr. and Mrs. Denver Starcher of Middlebourne were visiting his father, Allen B. Starcher, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Starcher and daughters of Sistersville were also visiting his father.

Mrs. Opal Booher was visiting Mrs. Grace Barr Thursday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son, Loren , were visiting her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Friday evening.

Allen B. Starcher was a business caller in Spnecer Friday.

Mrs. Anna Parsons was a business caller in Grantsville Saturday.

Allen B. Starcher and Ferris Barr were attending to business in town Saturday.

A nice crowd attended the ball game between Pine Creek and the Daniels Run team at the Log Cabin park Sunday. The Daniels Run team won 10-4.

Daniels Run News
June 15, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Foster Nitz and daughter were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Hathaway and children of Phillips Run were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lovel Allen, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were visiting their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer, Sunday.

Allen B. Starcher and Henry Marks were attending the stock sale in Spencer Friday.

Ernest Nicholas and brother-in-law were business callers here Saturday and were also visiting Henry Marks.

Allen B. Starcher and daughter, Mrs. Justine Miller, were shopping in town Saturday.

Allen Dee Nitz of Barberton was visiting his grandfather, Allen B. Starcher, Saturday evening.

H.M. Maffet was calling on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Saturday evening.

The Daniels Run ball team beat the Pine Creek team 14-1 at the Log Cabin park Sunday. A nice crowd attended.

Wet weather hindered farmers in the vicinity from getting their hay up.

Our roads are sure rough and bumpy. We would appreciate getting them smoothed up a bit.

Daniels Run News
June 22, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son, Loren, were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter and Rex Maffet, who are employed in Barberton, spent the week end at their home here.

Allen B. Starcher and Henry Marks were attending the livestock sale in Spencer Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were business callers in Spencer Friday.

Several boys have been helping Ferris Barr get his cherries picked this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son, Loren, were calling on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Friday afternoon.

Folks shopping in town Saturday from this neighborhood were Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller, Mrs. Anna Parsons, Mrs Vena Marks and foster son, Allen B. Starcher, Ferris Barr and Mrs. Helen Naylor.

Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Miller of Lancaster, O., were Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller and Allen B. Starcher. Mr. Miller is holding a two weeks meeting at the Church of Christ.

The Pine Creek soft ball team defeated the Daniels Run team 13-5 Sunday afternoon at the Log Cabin park before a large crowd. These two teams have played four games and this was the first victory for the Pine Creek team.

Allen B. Starcher received word Friday that his grandson, Robert Nitz, has been wounded for the second time in Korea. Hi is in a hospital in Japan. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Greely Nitz are now residing in Barberton. We with Robert a very speedy recovery and hope he will get to come home soon.

Daniels Run News
July 12, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter and daughters of Barberton have spent a week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were in Spencer Sunday where Mr. Miller held preaching services.

Two softball games were played at the Log Cabin park Wednesday. The Nobe team beat the Pine Creek team 13-2 and the Daniels Run team beat the Pine Creek team 9-7.

Prayer meeting was held on Tuesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Nester.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Tuesday evening.

Allen B. Starcher was consulting Dr. Boling Thursday morning. Mr. Starcher hasn't been feeling so well for several weeks. We hope he will soon be well.

Mrs. Corley Miller, Mrs. Coy Rader, Mrs. Lenore Starcher and son, Mrs. Vena Marks and Allen B. Starcher were shopping in town Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Burns Barr and son of Akron are visiting his mother, Mrs. Grace Barr and family this week.

Mr. and Mrs. David Gibson of Akron were visiting relatives in this community last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stewart and children of Barberton were Saturday night guests of her uncle, Allen B. Starcher.

Daniels Run News
July 19, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were in Spencer Sunday where Mr. Miller held preaching services.

Allen B. Starcher was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks.

Mr. and Mrs. Emory Cottrell were visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Laura Nitz, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Miller of Shock Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Mevin Starcher were calling on his father, Allen B. Starcher, Sunday afternoon.

Paul Uldrich of Shock was working for Allen B. Starcher this week.

Miss Retha Maffett and Ben Lee of Barberton, spent a few days here visiting Miss Maffett's father, H M. Maffett, and other relatives.

Allen B. Starcher was a business caller in town Thursday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller, Mrs. Ilene Barker, Miss Lenore Starcher and son, Mrs. Vena Marks, Allen B. Starcher and Coy Rader and son Robert were shopping in town Saturday.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Saturday evening.

The White Pine softball team defeated the Daniels Run team 11-10 before a large crowd at the Log Cabin park Sunday afternoon.

Daniels Run News
July 26, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Ira D/. Hathaway and children of Phillips Run were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lovel Allen, Sunday.

Workers have been putting up the electric line this week.

Mrs. Vena Marks and Allen B. Starcher were business callers in Grantsville Tuesday.

Misses Sylvia and Catherine Mitchell were visiting Mrs. Henry Marks Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Queen and Miss Gae Parsons of Cleveland arrived here Saturday to visit Mrs. Anne Parsons and other relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller, Allen B. Starcher, Russell Starcher and Robert Rader were calling in Grantsville Saturday.

Daniels Run News
August 2, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son were calling on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Sunday.

The Nobe softball team defeated Daniels Run last Sunday afternoon at the Log Cabin park, 19-2.

H.M. Maffett was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Monday evening.

Prayer meeting was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett Tuesday evening.

Fred Starcher and Woodrow Carpenter and son, Jackie, of Barberton, have been visiting Allen B. Starcher this week.

Folks attending to business and shopping in Spencer Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Queen, Miss Gae Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Allen B. Starcher and Jackie Carpenter.

Mrs. Helen Naylor and children moved near Spencer Friday.

H.M. Maffett and Allen B. Starcher were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Friday evening.

Those shopping in Grantsville Saturday were Allen B. Starcher, Mrs. Hattie Booher and son, Donald and Miss Lenore Starcher and Cecil Mitchell.

The Daniels Run softball team defeated the White Pine team Sunday at the high school, the score being 10-7.

Daniels Run News
August 9, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son, Loren, were calling on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller went on a picnic in Clay county Sunday.

Prayer meeting was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Barr Tuesday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Allen B. Starcher was a business caller in Grantsville Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sampson are the proud parents of a daughter born August 3. The young lady has been named Charlotte Lou.

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Queen of Cleveland arrived here Saturday to visit her mother, Mrs. Anna Parsons and attend the Queen reunion that was held Sunday in Weston.

Those shopping and attending to business in town Saturday were Mrs. Corley Miller, Mrs. Henry Marks, Allen B. Starcher, Coy Rader and son, Robert, Orville Miller and Lou Starcher .

Several folks from here were in Grantsville Sunday to see the Negro softball team play the Beech Valley team.

Daniels Run News
August 16, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller and Allen B. Starcher attended meeting at Tanner Sunday evening.

Henry Marks was working for his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marks, last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son, Loren, were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. De Nitz, Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Allen B. Starcher was a business caller in Grantsville Friday.

Floyd Parsons and James Parsons of Mt. Vernon, O., were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks and Mrs. Anna Parsons Saturday evening.

Those shopping in town Saturday were Mrs .Corley Miller, Allen B. Starcher and daughter, Geraldine and son, Russell, and Robert Rader.

Daniels Run News
August 23, 1951


Allen B. Starcher and H.M. Maffett were last Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks.

Carl Allen Harris spent this past week with his aunt, Mrs. Vena Marks.

H.M. Maffett moved in the house with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Re Maffett, Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son Loren were calling on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Wednesday.

Rex Maffett and Mrs. Russell Nester were business callers in town Thursday.

Allen B. Starcher was a business visitor in Spencer Friday.

Folks shopping in town Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller, Allen B. Starcher, H.M. Maffett, Guy Wood, Robert Rader and Russell Starcher.

Mrs. Tom Barker was visiting her sister, Mrs. Ira D. Hathaway and family of Phillips Run Saturday.

Daniels Run News
August 30, 1951


Allen B. Starcher and H.M. Maffett were last Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Coke Gainer Sunday afternoon.

Mrs. Ferris Barr was visiting Mrs. Rex Maffett and Mrs. A.M. Nester Monday.

Miss Susie Nester visited her grandparents a few days this week.

Rex Maffett is now employed in Spencer .

H.M. Maffett was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Tuesday.

Allen B. Starcher was calling on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Thursday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Miller of Shock Thursday evening.

Mrs. Justine Miller was shopping in Grantsville Friday.;

Those shopping in town Saturday were Mrs. Hattie Booher and son Donald, Mrs. Vena Marks, Allen B. Starcher, Ferris Bar and daughter Erless, Corley Miller and Russell Starcher.

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter and Mrs. Faustine Webb and two daughters of Barberton, O., spent the week end here visiting relatives.

Daniels Run News
September 13, 1951


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Mr. and Mrs. Archie Rexroad and children and Mr. and Mrs. Doy Conrad and grandson, all of Letter Gap, were last Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks and Mrs. Anna Parsons.

Pratt Bar of Akron spent the week end with his family here.

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and sons, Jimmy and Jacky of Barberton, O., were week end guests of her father, Allen B. Starcher. Mr. Carpenter and Jacky returned home Sunday but Mrs. Carpenter and Jimmy remained here a week to visit.

We received a badly needed rain in this community Monday.

Several folks from the vicinity attended court in Grantsville on Wednesday.

Rex Maffett and Henry Marks were business callers on Gerald McKown of Arnoldsburg Wednesday evening.

Allen B. Starcher and grandson Jimmy Carpenter, were attending the livestock sale in Spencer Friday. Mr. Starcher sold a nice bull.

Melvin Starcher was helping Henry Marks gather potatoes Friday.

Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and son, Jimmy, Mrs. Henry Marks and Allen B. Starcher were shopping and attending to business in town Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter of Barberton, O., arrived here Friday night to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maffet.

Russell Sampson of Barberton spent the week end with his wife and baby. He plans to move his family to Barberton Monday.

We are indeed sorry to hear of the death of Donald Hall.

Daniels Run News
September 27, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Starcher of Sistersville and Mr. and Mrs. Denver Starcher of Middlebourne.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Henry Marks was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marks Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett and granddaughters, Judy and Janet, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Barr.

H.M. Maffett was calling at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Sunday.

Melvin Starcher was a business caller on Ferris Barr Monday evening.

Ralph Miller of the U.S. Army is spending a 30 day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Miller.

James Nester of the Army spent a ten day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nester. While he was on leave he and Miss Oleva Boatright were married. We with them lots of happiness in their married life together.

Allen B. Starcher visited his sons, Victor Starcher of Sistersville and Denver Starcher of Middleborne a few days last week.

Henry Marks and Melvin Starcher were cutting corn for Allen B.Starcher this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Starcher were visiting Mrs. Corley Miller Friday evening.

Those shopping in town Saturday were Mrs. Vena Marks, Allen B. Starcher, Ferris Barr and Rex Maffet.

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter of Barberton, O., spent the week end here with home folks.

Daniels Run News
October 4, 1951


Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were calling on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Miller of Shock Sunday.

Sylvia Mitchell was visiting Mrs. Henry Marks Sunday.

Mrs. Mina Marks and Mrs. Vina Harris were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Monday.

Cecil Mitchell with the help of Luther Booher and H.M. Maffett, made molasses this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller and Ray Miller were in Sistersville Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nester and sons were visiting Mrs. Rex Maffett Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller moved from Allen B. Starcher's home Thursday to their new home on Phillips Run.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz was shopping in Spencer Friday.

Mrs. Vana Marks, Allen B. Starcher, Rex Maffet, H.M. Maffet and Orville Miller were in Grantsville Saturday.

Daniels Run News
October 25, 1951


Delbert Starcher of Barberton spent the past week end with his father, Allen B. Starcher.

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter of Barberton were week end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffet.

Fenton Nitz, Greely Nitz and daughter and son of Barberton were week end visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Robert Schoolcraft left for Elizabeth Sunday. He had spent the past week visiting his sister Mrs. Anna Parsons.

Russell Nester and Cecil Mitchell have been doing some carpenter work for Rex Maffett.

Mrs. Henry marks had the misfortune of spraining her ankle Wednesday.

H.M. Mafett was calling at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Wednesday evening.

Mrs. Corley Miller of Phillips run visited her father, Allen B. Starcher Thursday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were business callers in Spencer Friday.

Fred Starcher of Barberton visited his brother the past few days.

Ferris Barr and daughter Erless and Allen B. Starcher were in Grantsville Saturday.

Daniels Run News
November 1, 1951


Allen B. Starcher was visiting his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cogar of Normantown last Sunday. Other visitors were Fred Starcher and Mrs. Stella Hopkins of Barberton.

Allen B. Starcher, H.M. Maffett and Bob Schoolcraft were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Sunday evening.

Corley Miller of Phillips Run was squirrel hunting Monday in our vicinity.

Mrs. Coy Rader and children, Jewell and Russell were visiting Mrs. Anna Parsons and Mrs. Vena Marks Tuesday.

Mrs. Paula Gainer and Mrs. Justine Miller were calling on Allen B. Starcher Tuesday evening.

Luther Booher, Jahn Starcher, Melvin Starcher and Henry Marks were helping bale hay for Allen B. Starcher, Wednesday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs Dee Nitz were in Spencer Friday.

Cleo Summers was baling hay for Wesley Nester Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs Guy Wood and sons, Ronnie and Roger, Mrs. Vena Marks, Allen B. Starcher and Lovell Allen were in Grantsville Saturday.

Daniels Run News
November 15, 1951


Henry Marks was visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marks Sunday.

Allen B. Starcher was the Sunday guest of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller of Phillips Run. Other guests were Mr. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Miller of Shock and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Conrad of Glenville.

Miss Susie and Ray Nester of Cabin Ridge were visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Nester Sunday afternoon.

Allen B. Starcher was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starkey recently.

Mrs. Willie Barr was visiting friends Sunday afternoon.

Mrs. Hattie Booher and Mrs. Wille Barr were working for Mrs. A.M. Nester who is ill.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Henry Marks and family Wednesday.

Mrs. Justine Miller was calling on her father, Allen B. Starcher Wednesday evening.

Bob Schoolcraft and Henry Marks was helping Allen B. Starcher husk corn last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son, Loren, were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Saturday.

Allen B. Starcher and Lovell Allen were in Grantsville Saturday night.

Daniels Run News
November 22, 1951


Roy Nester visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Nester Sunday.

Allen B. Starcher was calling on his son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller Sunday.

Woodrow Carpenter and son of Barberton visited Allen B. Starcher last week.

Henry Marks visited H.M. Maffett Sunday.

Mrs. Carrie Reed and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett Sunday afternoon.

Mrs. Corley Miller of Phillips Run visited her father, Allen B. Starcher Thursday evening.

Mrs. Lester Booher and son, Donald and Allen B. Starcher were in Grantsville Saturday.

Roy Sturm, Lovall and Henry Marks put a new roof on Eugene Starcher's barn Saturday.

Mrs. Bud Burch is a patient in a Parkersburg hospital.

Daniels Run News
November 29, 1951


Roy Nester was visiting his grandprarents, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Nester Sunday.

Allen B. Starcher was calling on Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Marks Sunday.

H.M. Maffett left for Little Hocking, O. Sunday for a visit with his son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maffet.

Allen B. Starcher and Henry Marks was calling on Roy Starkey of Pine Creek Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffet and granddaughters, Judy and Janet Carpenter left Thursday for Barberton to visit relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller of Phillips Run had as their guest Friday, her father, Allen B. Starcher.

Mrs. Vena Marks, Allen B. Starcher and Lovell Allen were in Grantsville Saturday.

Daniels Run News
December 13, 1951

H.M. Maffett returned home last Saturday evening from Little Hocking, O., where he had been visiting his son, Ralph Maffet and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller were visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Miller of Shock Sunday. H.M. Maffett was calling on Henry Marks and family Sunday.

Allen B. Starcher, Woodrow Everson, Ferrell Gibson, Forest Craddock were deer hunting in tucker county recently.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price and son visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were in Spencer Friday.

Mrs. Corley Miller of Phillips Run were visiting her father, Allen B. Starcher Friday evening.

Mrs. Murl Price was visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Nitz Saturday.

Ferris Barr and Allen B. Starcher and Lovell Allen were all shopping in town Saturday.


Daniels Run News
December 20, 1951


Those from this community that were deer hunting in Tucker county during the three day season were Allen B Starcher and son, Richard, Woodrow Everson, Ferrell Gibson, Merle Faulkner of Glenville, Forest Craddock William Beha of Parkersburg. The lucky hunters in this party of seven were Allen B. Starcher who got an eight point, 200 pound buck and Merle Faulkner who got a buck. Woodrow Everson and Ferrell Gibson both got a doe.

Roy Nester was having some corn crushed at Wesley Nester's mill Monday.

H.M.Maffett and Allen Starcher were visiting Henry Marks, Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller visited her father, Allen B. Starcher Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Preston Schoolcraft are announcing the birth of a son, December 3. He has been named Preston, jr. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marks and Mrs. Sarah Schoolcraft.

Mrs. Anna Parsons, Mrs. Vena Marks, Coy Rader and son Robert and Allen B. Starcher were in Grantsville Saturday.

Homer and Tommy Rader were calling on folks in this community Saturday.

Rex Maffett was working on Wesley Nester's mill Saturday.


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