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Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
Charles Town, West Virginia
January 8, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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January 8, 1959

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0F JEFFERSON FARMER~ ADVOCATE unexpeoted:y Tae.;day afLernoon JANUARY 8, 1959 P,--A at the Charles Town Jockey Club. The body was removed from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funer- al Home Wednesday morning to the Edward Toulson Funeral h dF I Home, 2359 Washington Blvd. in s a n u rl e r a s Baltimore. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. HENDERSON BAILEY 'ndueted Satur- in Winchester, L. Bailey, 49, erson Bailey of died there early rning in Win- Hospital, with :n Edge Hill ~lErs. Bailey were mar- aries Town, September :ndoah Junction , Mrs. Bailey was Minnie Riley Lewis j. Virts of Charles Town husband and too- two daughLers Ann Louise, at Mrs. NoRa A1- and Mrs. Jun- Washington, D. C., w'here he was Your with the Treasury Department, Di vision of Loans and Currency, for 40 years, he retired in April, 1942 and i eturned to the homeplace in Middleway. His wife, Mrs. Caroline Heaton By J. E. Saville Macoughtry, at home, survive him with a daughter by a former mar- riage, Mrs. Thomas Ritchie Ed- monston; four grandchildren; a Farmers Tax Guide sister, Mrs. R. J. Madison of Sum- We have received a supply of rail Point; and a number of nie- the Farmers Tax Guide for 1959. ces and nephews; also an aunt This guide deals wi,th income and Miss Sophia, S. Bates, Charles self employment ,taxes. This pub- Town. lication is written in plain lan- Services last Saturday at 2 p.m. guage and explains most of the were conducLed by the Rev. Carl- income tax rules which applies to yle McDonald of the Charles Town farmers and those who have ques Presbyterian ChurCh at the Mel- lions abou,t farming. It should be vin T. Strider Company Colonial of assistance to you when you pre Funeral Home, wi,th intermen.t in ,pare your income tax return for the Masonic Cemetery in Middle- the calendar year 1958. The book way. let contains numerous plans to Bearers were W.hite and James show how the rules work in the E. Grantham, Lyle Tabb, George actual situations. It also explains Md. and and Stuarb Crim, Roy Swartz, the 1958 changes in the tax law. ~s Town. Harry Athey and Willard Lynch. Anyone interested in receiving a copy of lahis booklet can do so WAG/LMON !MISS ANNA L. MIDDLEKAUFF by coming to the County Exten- V agamon, 42 of ] Services were conducted last Fri sion Office and reques,ting one or ~aturday at'4 p I day evening at 7:30 a,t the Melvin ~by calling or writing. % Va. Memorial iT StrideI" Company Colonial 4-State Farmers Meeting n e had been a Home for MJss Anna Louise Mid- The ninth annual 4-State Farm :Clay following an dlekauff 84 who died Wednesday ors Meeting is scheduled for Jan- r . , , . mgh,t at her home on Route 9, uary 23 in Hagerstown, Md. at ~Ployed as a stew where she resided alone. Franklin Court. The program will Stevens "Inc of She was a member of Zion Epis begin a~t 9:15 a. m. The theme of . ' "' copal Ohm'oh and 'her rector, the this years meeting is "a sound erson county he Rev. Stanley F. Hauser conduc-forage program for increasing tst 15 1916 a son ted the service Burial will be in your profits." The program for the r Harrison and Edge Hill a,t a 'later da~e. day :has been planned by a com- wagamon Born November 5 1874, in Jef-mittee of farmers, ex,tension work a,ber of C'harles ferson county, she was a daugh- ers and others interested in farm ~nurch ,ter of the late Rufus and Mar-lng and the program should be }is wife, Mrs. El- caret Coleman Mlddlekauff. of interest to all farmers in ,this on at home. dau One 'sister Mrs. W. W. Lloyd area. .rie L. Waga'mon, and a nephew, L. W. Lloyd, North Speakers will include Extension wo sisters, Mrs. Mildred street, are e~he only sur- Workers, Experiment Station uuon Va- Mrs vivors. Workers, farmers from Virginia, :alltown. " West Virginia, Maryland and Pa. aeld Tuesday at MRS. BERTHA L. PRICE We hope Jefferson County will ,~rwn Funeral Mrs Bertha L Price a former have a good representation at ,this ~ev. j .... meeting. M^,;_. R.aymondresident of Charles Town died ~noo~st Chur Tuesday morning in Washing.ton, in ~ ...... D.C. at t0he age of 73 years. She -~u~eQale come-:had been in ill heagh for ~the las~ six months. Her survivors are sons Lester Price and Jesse Price of Charles Town, Charles I., Kirby )ugh,try, 79, :eway, died .~r midnig,ht ospital vCheve sin.ce Sun- e was stricken at K., Clyde K., Ray T. and a dau- Of the eish,t trips which the ghter, Mrs. L. T. Roeder, with stork made to lahe C~harles Town whom she resided in W, ashington, General Hospital during khe per- D. C. Funeral service will be held iod of Jan. 1-5, three of .them Thursday at 2:30 p. m. a,t the Chambers Funeral Home in Hy- came on New Year's Day and f~ve abtsville, Md. wi,th burial in Fort o,f the bi.rths were girl babies. Lincoln Cemetery in Washington.The first baby born in :l~he new -- -- -- year w'as a son, Bruce Ward to the JOHN L. H. WALTERS Rev. and Mrs. Richard E. Neal, John L. H. Walkers, 69, retiredpastor of St. Thomas LuCtneran Church, Ranson. Also born New employee of the Bal,tJimore & Ohio Year's day was a daughter, Cyn- Railroad of Bal, timore, Md. died ,thia Diane ,to Mr. and Mrs. Mot- L879, in Middle- a member of hu ch :e was Tt *m'~ Mann ~tc~ tg,h y. of hislife in HAWK CHARLES TOWN FAMOUS FIRST QUALITY SHEETS MUSLIN WITH OVER 130 SQUARE INCH. THE H I G H ASSURES YOU LONG, THRIFTY SHEETS HAVE THE ExcLu- FINISH WHICH ADDS SMOOTH- ]SS, AND GIVES YOU BRIGHTER, COMPARE THIS PRICE WIN 72 x 99, OR DOUBLE 81 x 99 AT THIS LOW PRICE gan R. Webber of Route 1, Knox- ville, Md. and a daughter Robin Ann born to Mr. ~nd Mrs. Robert A. Smith of ChaSes Town. A daughter Pamela May was born to Mr. and ,Mrs. Charles L. Hlte, Rou~e 1, Charles Town, Jan uary 2 and on January 3, a son, Dale Edward was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wal~er E. Burdick of Route 2, Charles Town. Sunday, Jan. 4 a daughter, VIv i~n Kay was born to:Mr,, and Mrs: Harry McC. Dlntermsn: @f ~ute 2, Harpers Ferry:: ahd': ~i same Kay :was day a daughter "Pa~t4, ,bOrn to Mr. and Mr~ IAn~y L. H~n~s of Knoxville, :ICid, ": ~ Mr. and Mrs. Harry~L, l~nk,ln of, Shenandoah Junc~lorf became ] of a son oeorge'.Wll- [ on January 5. ' : Surgical pablents admlqtted to :he hospital were: Mi~s Virginia S, Moler, Miss M~ary F: Powers, bo~h of Charles Ta~n; ll:t~le Bruce P. Moldr Charles Town;(Mr~ Larry E, Swope, Brunswick, Md:; Mrs. Oleo Dixon, Summi,t P~int, Mrs. ~iolet K. Pulse. Kearneysville; Mrs. Murl T. Rickard, Millville. Medical pa,tlen,ts adm$tted were Mrs. Lea~e Spinks, Charles W. Cdstelto, Mrs. Anna Bell Morris, Mrs. Rovenia McDonald, Mrs. Con hie Henry, Mrs. Lotus Youn:~bIDod, l~austo D. Riverla, Mrs. Nellie Shreck, Mrs. V, lotoria Chrisman, Mrs. Anna B. Carson apd Arthur S. Green all of Charles Town: Mrs. Elizabeth E. IApsc~m, T. Wil liam Marlow, ROute I, Charles Town; Miss Mavt~a Phfill,ps, Char les Town; the Rev. Wi~ber~ W. Henry, Washington, D. C., Ber- nard R. Hewil~t, Hagerstown, Md.; Miss Margaret E. Conway, Hous- emn D. Snowden of Harpers Ferry Adam E. Ott, Route 2, Charles Town; Robert P. White, Shenan- doah Junction; Mrs. Guy A. Smit~h son, Virginia Beach, Va.; George J. Repass, Jr., Ranson and Mrs. Margaret Turner of Route 2, Har pers Ferry. Double Fitted Sheets-- $1.79 36 FINE WHITE SLIPS ..... the Right to Limit FOR Quantity On Betsy Ross Homemakers Have Christmas Party Betsy Ross Homemakers' Club held their Christmas Party a~ the home of Mrs. Glen Ramsburg, with Mrs. Paul Corso as co-hos- tess. There were bwenty four mem bets and one guest in attendance. Mrs. Linden Bush gave the les son on gift ideas made by ,the homemakers. Oif,ts were exchan- ged and Secret Pals revealed at lahls meeting. The club welcomed Miss Kath- ryn Mercer and Mrs. O. S. Bloom as new members. Miss Phyllis Bott Is Engaged ,to Mr, Shull Mr. and Mrs. Willi~m Guy Bott Baker, announce the eng~tgement of their daugh,ter Phyllis Jean ,to Howard Owen Shull, son of Mr. ,and Mrs. Norton C'ay .~ull, Win- chester, Va. Miss Batt is a senior ~t Shep- herd College, Shepherdstown, where he will be a caz~d4d,~e for the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in June. Bhe is a member of .the Alpha Sigma Tau national social .sorority. No date has been set .for the wedding. ainy Day or unny. A,'m You itlon y Get Acme Real Cash Savings PLUS WE GIVE 2 :::: 35" 46-oz ~ C can 2x::27c 24-oz ,C can cans TASTY LONGHORN SHARP CHEESE '~ 59c 3 p% s1.23 , 49c SEAL FISH S ICK$ U. S. No. 1 "A" Size Yt took Carloads to Get a Price this Low! 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