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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMEIrS ADVOCATE I death of her father. They built land occupied a home on South JANUARY 6, 1966 A--3 [Mildred Street I S. ttowell Brown, Mrs Batten's lhmt of Lakeland, Fla. [father, was the most nailed Carto- grapher of Jefferson County and MRS. KE~ ~ "~TSLER /was an official map maker for THERESA ANN BOYD Puneral services were held Mon at 10:30 from the T. Strider Colonial Fune- Home in Ranson for Theresa Funeral services were held the Confederate Army where he Monday at 2 p. m. from the New made a distinguished contribut- 'ion to records of the Civil War Street Methodist Church in Shep herdstown, for Mrs. Pauline Fry Eutsler, 72, wife of Keener Wil- son Eutsler, New Street, Shep- herdstown, who died unexpected- ly December 30, at her home. The , ll-month daughter of i Eutsler. Burial was made in Edge nwood and Margaret Lou- Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. Stottlemyer Boyd, who died in/ Bearers were nephews of the Town General Hospital, I deceased. Dec. 31, following a shortI Mrs. Eutsler was born July 23, The Rev. William Reed of 1 1893, in Middleway, a daughter of officiated and burial was j the late Dr. David Paul and Sarah in Edge ttill Cemetery in Town. deceased was born in Ran- Jan. 30, 1965. in addition to her who reside at 318 West street, are two sisters, Iss Brenda Kay Boyd and Miss Ann Boyd both at the me and three brothers, Robert ~Yn ~, Ronald Lee and Ray Lyn- ~d, Jr., also all at the home. CARY" ~HUNT services were held afternoon at 3 p. m. from the T. Strider Colonial Funer- Home in Ranson, for Cary nklin Hunt, 39, of Charles who died unexpectedly on aday in Charles Town General ;tpital. The Rev. John C. Ryan, or of St. James Catholic rch, officiated Burial was fie in Rest Cemetery at Ridge- :,W. Va. The deceased was born in Har- s Ferry, Sept. 17 1926, a son Herbert E. and' Anna Bell nt. He was a member of the holic Church and of the ights of Columbus. He was a of World War II and had in the U. S. Army for 20 years, before being re- recently. rviving are his wife, Mrs. Pierce Hunt at the corner of Lawrence and ashington Streets, his parents, daughter, Mrs. Clark Tumb- and a brother, Shirley M. OBSTETRICbL Mr. and Mrs, Harry L. Leopold, Mt~., December 29, a boy, Terry Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Fell in, of Md., December 29, 1965 girl, JeAnne Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Tarmon, r., Charles Town, Rte. 1, Deeem- 31, 1965, a girl Wanda Lou. and Mrs. Earl E. Oden, of Ferry, Rte. 2, January 1, Brad Scott. Mrs James J. Smith ~arles Town, January 1, a girl, Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Colline, January 1, a boy, Mich. and Mrs. Henry, E. Smith Kearneysville, Rte. 1, January a boy, Randolph Lee. ,SURGICAL Master James D. Coates, Char- Town; Miss Jacqueline C. Charles Town; Mrs. Desde- E. Van Camp, Bakerton; Gilbert Fry. And for years she had been very active in church and women's organizations. She was a member of the New Street Methodist Church and of the W. S. C. S. of the Church. For 50 years she was a member of the United Daughter's of the Confed- eracy, was a past State Recording Secretary and was presently serv- ing as Chaplain of the state organ ization. She was also a Past Reg- ent of Pack Horse Ford Chapter D. A. R. and was serving as mem bership chairman of the organ- ization. She was also a past Pres- ident of the Shepherdstown Wo- man's Club and was serving cur- rently as it's membership chair- man. She was also a charter mere ber of Turner White American Legion Auxiliary. Surviving in addition to her husband are a sister, Mrs. James Poisal of Hedgesville; and a num- ber of nieces and nephews. MIN RAU Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 11 from St. John's Lutheran Church in Har- pers Ferry, for Mind Johanna Rau, 89-year-old well-known res- ident of Bolivar, who died Wed- nesday, Jan. 5, in Charles Town General Hospital, following an ill- ness of a week. The Rev. Richard E. Neal, pastor of St. Thomas Lutheran Church in Ranson, will officiated. Burial will be made in Fairview Cemetery in Bolivar. The deceased was born in Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1876, a daughter of the late Herman and Luise Koelhofer Boehne. She came to Bolivar to reside many years ago with her late husband Charles R. Rau. She became act- ive in community and civic af- fairs in the town and for 31 years served as Postmaster of Bolivar before retiring in 1945. She was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church in Bolivar, active member of and past pr ident of the Har- pers Ferry Woman's Club; had been superintendent of the Fair- view Cemetery in Bolivar since 1921 and despite her advanced age she was active in community and civic affairs until taken ill about a week ago. Her only survivor is a daugh- ter, Mrs. Luise R. Lawson of Bol- ivar. Miss Anna L. Baylor, Prominent Church, Club Worker, Dies Funeral services were held :Tuesday morning at 11 a. m. from Zion Episcopal Church in Charles Town, for Miss Anna Lloyd Bay- lor, South George street, Charles Town, who has long been active in church and club work, who died Saturday, Jan. 1, in Charles Town General Hospital, following an illness of two months. The Rev. Allen Bartlett, rector of Zion Church, officiated. Burial was made in Zion Episcopal Church yard. The deceased was born in Jeff- erson County, Feb. 22, 1882, a dau ghter of the late Tilden Garnet and Sally M. Beckwith Baylor. She was a retired secretary, a life Goldie I. Watkins, Knoxville, Miss Warda P. Gosnell, of Md.; Mrs. Hilda W. Shepherdstown; Mr. Paul Charles Town; Little R. Hill, Harpers Ferry, 2; Master Daniel L. Gaynor, "-, Charles Town, Rte. 2; Baby A. Green, Charls Town; Frank George Comer, Ranson; Edward M. McKee, Jr., of Mr. Lyle E. Wilt, Town, Rte. 2; Mrs. Mar- L. Wilmer, Harpers Ferry, ber of the Charles Town Senior Woman's Clt b; a member of the Daughters of American Colonists Daughter of the Confederacy and was past Regent and Registrar of the DAR. Surviving are a niece, Mrs. Ferd Neverman of Arlington, Va.; and a nephew Robert Garnet Baylor, of Florida. long member of Zion Episcopal 2. Church; a member of the Colonial i ,MEDICAL Dames of America; registrar, nat- ! Miss Linda L. Grant, Charles tonal chaplain and a past state own; Mr Burle Farmer, Har- President of the Capt. James Gib- ers Fern; Mrs i3ertie A. Moler, son Chapter U. S. Daughters of Pakerton; Litfi'e Donna Marie 1812; a member of the State Soci- Yea et of the Huguenot Socsety, a timiglia, Knoxville, Md., Rte. Y Mr William I Gift Sr, Har- member of the Bee Line Chapter Ferry, Rte. "1; Mrs. Mind J. NSDAR; she served as Regent & 2au, Har ers Ferry Rte 2; Baby Registrar and State Registrar of harles W 'rwvman Jr Charles State DAR; was a member of the own; Mr. John T. Himes, Jr., State Reggnt Club; a charter mere orloxville, Md.; Baby Theresa A. Yd, Cha: b a es, a gent, Jz, ' iCewarner, 1; Mr F[ OWn;" M qalltown; b ell, Id Crous Frye, r ham ~zrs. rill. Charles Town; Mrs. Corn E. Ranson; Baby Lester E. Jr., Ranson; Mr. John G. Harpers Ferry, Rte. Fred M. Hillard, Charles Mrs. Elizabeth K. Frye, Mrs. Carrie E. Mc- Kearneysville; Mrs. Annie rouse, Ranson; Mr. George Charles Town; Mr. Ab- F. Swartz, Charles Town; Violet K. Pulse, Kearneys- Mrs. Fannie Batten Brown SCOTT & WHITE Ethical Pharmacists PHONE 725-2182 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. No. 150 000 Dr. Family When your prescription bears this label you know You will benefit from the best that the sctenee of Pharmacy can provide, IIII period. It was while teaching in the public school that she met and married Mr. Graver A. Batten, Nov. 16, 1915. He was also a mere-! ber of the faculty. Mr. Batten later resigned as a teacher and entered Johns Hopkins Univer- sity School of Medicine. Upon his graduation they went to Honolulu where Dr. Batten engaged in the practice of medicine. He later became head surgeon in Doctors Hosptial there. Dr. Batten died some years ago. University Extension Classes To Be Given Dies In Honolulu, Hawaii Word was received by relatives Tuesday of the death in Honolulu of Mrs. Fannie Lee Brown Bat- ten, widow of Dr. Graver A. Bat- ten. Mrs. Batten was a daughter of the late S. Howell and Annie Lee Wager Brown. She was born at "Oakland," Jefferson County. She attended Stephenson Fe- male Seminary and the Charles Town public schools, in which she later taught. ! The family moved to Charles Town from "Oakland," after the At Shepherd College West Virginia University will offer two college courses for cre- dit in Shepherdstown during the second semester according to lo- cal University Extension Agents Counseling and Guidance (Edu- cation 375) Individual and Group Techniques, will be taught by Mr. Paul Ridgeway and will be offe- red at Shepherd College. Regis- tration will be Wednesday, Janu- ary 26th at 6:30 P. M. Journalism 241, Journalism Pro blems, will be taught by Mr. Guy Stewart and Staff and will be offered at Shepherd College Reg- istration will be Thursday, Janu. dry 27th at 7 p. m. The local offering is part of seven courses being offered by West Virginia University in East ern West Virginia this semester. All such off campus extension credit courses offered by the Uni versity are at graduate level but may be taken by advanced, under graduate students who have the necessary prerequisition. Persons desiring additional information concerning the above courses as well as other University credit "Lamps That Failed" Will Be Sermon Topic Sunday For Methodists" The Rev. Lee Williams will use "Lamps That Failed," for his sermon subject at the 11 o'clock service Sunday at Asbury Meth- odist Church, corner of N. Char- les and North Streets. The Jun- ior Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Carolyn ttoffman, will sing "Praise Ye The Lord of Hosts," by Saint-Saens. Nursery is pro- vided for this service. Church School is held at 9:30 a. m. with classes of all ages. Sunday evening at 6:30 p. m. the Senior and Junior MYF will meet. Monday at 7:30 p. m. the Offi- cial Board, chairman Norman Kisner, will meet in Fellowship Hall. Tuesday the Gleaners Class will meet with Mrs. Charles Ahalt at 421 S. George St., at 8 p. m. The Susannah Wesley Class will meet with Mrs. Ralph Rickel, 509 Euclid Avenue at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday at 7:45 p. m., Sr. Choir rehearsal and the Bible Study Group meets. Mr. Williams is the leader of this study group and invites you to come and par- ticipate in the reading and study of the Scriptures. Thursday at 7:30 p. m. the Com- mission on Education, Chairman Edward Morgan, will meet in Ir- vin Hall. Mrs. To Be Candidate In Democratic Primary For State Senat Mrs Donald J Baker, of Moore- field, "has announced that she will be a candidate at the May 1966 Democratic Primary Elect- ion for nomination to the unex. pired term of her late husband,' Donald J. Baker, in the West Vir- ginia State Senate. Mrs. Baker was appointed by Governor Hul- ett Smith to take her husband's seat in the Senate shortly after and non-credit courses available his untimely death, and along off campus are advised to call the with Senator Clarence E. Martin, Jr., of Martinsburg, is now repre- local Extension Office. Phone 725 senting the people of the 16th 5116. 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