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SPIRIT OF JFfFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE t TIMOTHY DeWA ,'NE GROVE but had lived in Washington, tz, JANI ARY 13, 1966 A---3 Funeral services were held on since the age of 9. t Tuesday at 2 p. m from the Mel- Mr. Stribling is survived by his vin T Slrider C(;lonial Funeral wife Ruth, of the home address, I,ittle Marly L. Aaron, Falmouth, Home" in Ransom for Timothy two 'sons Nathaniel R. and Nor- Va.; Mr. William McDaniel, of Dewayne Grove, 14-month-old son man B of the home; his parents Shenandoah Junction; Mrs. Mary of Clarence and Elda May Alger Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stribling, 0nly four births, all girls were at the Charles Town General during the period of Jan 4-10, hospital officials re- Wednesday. A daughter, Kimberly Sue, was Tuesday, Jan. 4, to Mr. and Roy R. Cole, of Purcellville, a. Wednesday, Jan. 5, a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kidwell of Route 2, Harpers Margaret Mahoney, Knoxville, Md.; Mrs. Minnie M. Turner of Charles Town, Rt. 1; Miss Mar- garet M. Baumgardner, Charles Town, Rt. 1; Mr. Charles E. Turn- er, Kearneysville; Mrs. Julia B. Nichols, Charles Town, Rt. 1; Mrs. Elizabeth S. Brenneman of Charles Town; Mrs. Constance E. Grove, Brunswick, Md. and Mrs. Elsie P. May of Charles Town. Jan. 6, a daughter, born 1o Mr. and Mrs. John of Ransom Jan. 10, a daughter MRS. MARY P. CHILDS s born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray-Funeral services were held Longerbeam of Route 2, Sunday at 2 p. m. from the Mel- Ferry. Din T. Strider Colonial Funeral :gical patients admitted dur- Home in Ranson, for Mrs. Mary period were: Pauline Childs, 79, a residence of Austin L. Rutherford, Brun the Knott Rest Home in Charles Md. Town, who died Friday in the Kay F. Maconaughey, Cha- Knott Rest Home following a lengthy illness. The ReD. Millard Emma S. Hough, Charles Williams, of the Leetown Baptist Route 1. Church, officiated. Burial was Madeline A. Willingham, made in the Middleway Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family re- Eugene L. Dawson, Inwood quested that donations be made Connie R. Hill, Harpers to the building fund of the Lee- Route 2. town Baptist Church. Albert B. Barnard, Grafton The deceased was born in AlmaL. Seal, Shenandoah Middleway, July 1, 1886, a daugh- lCtion, ter of the late Walter Randolph Vontella M. Meadows, Har and Laura Wine Hayslett Barnes. Ferry, Route 1. Her husband, David S. Childs, Alice V. Smoot, COarles died in 1942. She was a member Route 1. of the Leetown Baptist Church, Mildred M. Bodie, Bruns- the Young Adult Class of the Md. Sunday School of the church, a Clarence W. Moubray, Min-member of the Farm Woman's Va Club and also the Women's patients admitted were: Christian Temperance Union. rs. Eva M. Penwell, Ranson; Survivors are two daughters .... Joe C. Willis, Charles Town; Mrs. Lowell H. Quimby, Middle- Blanche M. Longerbeam, of way; Mrs. William Wilson, Char- Irpers Ferry; Little Monnie S. les Town; a son Philip Childs of Charles Town; Mr. Brunswick, Md.; eight grandchild- W. Murray, Charles Town ren and a sister, Mrs. D. Cole- Debra L. Ventimiglia, of man Lyne of Berryville, Va. lie, Md.; Mr. Howard Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. An- MRS. ~RBEAM !e M. Oden, Sharpsburg, Md.; Funeral services will be held .r~ Rosemary Jones, Harpers Friday at 2 p. m. from the Mur- erry; Little Charles C Sims of riel Hill Methodist Church for lrnmit Point; Little William M. Mrs. Annie May Longerbeam, Jrron, Shepherdstown" Little 79, of 821 Jefferson Avenue, lny Sue McDaniel 'Ranson; Charles Town, who was pronoun- Le Kim T. Weaver, Harpers ced dead on arrival at the Char- :Y Rt. 1; Mr. Leroy Kinnard, les Town General ttospital, Tues- des Town, RE. 1; Mr. Samuel day. The ReD. C. W. Lloyd, pas- gUson, Charles Town, Rt. 2; tor of the Murriel Hill Church, Oscar A. Lloyd, of Charles will officiate. Burial will be in ~] Rt. 1; Baby Ralph V. Mills, the Murriel Hill churchyard. Ranson; Mrs. Gladys V, Fle~[a- The deceased was born in Ur- Kearneysville; Mr. William bana, Ohio, "April~'~22, 't886, a Dunn, Kearneysville, Rt. 1; daub, ter of the late Morris and Mary Beck Grove. She was the[ wife of the late William W. Long-i SCOTT & WHITE erbeam, who died in 1963. She Ethical Pharmacists had been a member of the Mur- riel Hill Church and the W. S. C. PHONE 725-2182 S. of the Church for many years. Her survicors are three daugh- ters---Mrs. Edna May Holler, of Charles Town; Mrs. Pearl Vir- ginia Carroll of Ranson; and Mrs. Anna Marie Ranalli of Millville; two sons, William Woodrow Longerbeam, Harpers Ferry; and William J. Longerbeam, of Char- les Town; and 14 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. 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 science of Pharmacy can provide. -- BONUS -- 100 S&H GREEN STAMPS 100 -- AT -- WEST END SERVICE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. On Purchase 'Of $5.00 Or More GOOD FOR MONTH OF JANUARY WITH THIS COUPON .... BIG .... HUARY Mum| L-O-O-K To Leggett's Shop Today And Everyday At IN CHARLES TOWN Always Plenty Of F-R-E-E PARKING For Our Customers At Rear Of Store (;rove, of Route 1, Kearneysville, who died Saturday in Charlottes- ville, Va., following a lengthy ill- ness. The Rev. Frank Linton, of Mt Mission, officiated and bur- ial" was made in the Edge IIill Cemetery in Charles Town. The deceased was born in Char- les Town, Aug. 21, 1964. He is survived by his parents, two brothers, Kenneth Philip (;rove and Dennis Marion Grove, his maternal grandparents--Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Alger and his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar M. Grove. WILLIAM LLOYD DUNN Funeral services were held this afternoon (Thursday) at 2 p. m. from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ran- son, for William Lloyd Dunn, 79, of Route 1, Kearneysville, who died Tuesday in Charles Town General Hospital. The ReD. Russ- ell Urquhart, pastor of the Char- les Town Baptist Church, offici- ated. Burial was made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. The deceased was born in Hall- town, July 13, 1886, a son of the late George Washington and Jen- nie Lloyd Dunn. He had worked as a laborer at the Byrd Orch- ards near Charles Town, and a former employee of the Standard IAmestone Company. He was also a member of the Baptist Church. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Josephine Foltz Dunn, at the home; two step-children by a former marriage--Mary Jane Foltz and William Eugene Foltz; two sons by his present marriage, Ellard Dunn, Route 1, Kearneys- ville; and Wentzell Dunn of Har- pers Ferry, and two daughters--- Mrs. Aubrey Kibler of Manches- ter, Md.; and Miss Phyliss Dunn of Roanoke, Va., and a sister, Mrs. Maud Zeis of Ohio. HERMAN JONAH LISKEY 1012 P. St., N. W., Washington, D. C. and three brothers, Robert L., 2349 Pitts pl., S. E., and Row- linson O., 324 Faragut St., N. W. all of Washington. MRS. FANNIE YOUNG Word was received here this morning of the death of Mrs. Fannie Young, formerly of Sum- mit Point, but now a resident of Elizabeth, N. J. Details on the ob- ituary were not available at noon today other than the body will be shipped to Charles Town for burial. Funeral services will be held from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ran- son Saturday morning at 11 with the Rev. Charles Reckley, pastor of the Summit Point Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. Edison Green Killed When Car Crashes Into Tree In Ranson Funeral services were held on Wednesday afternoon at 2 from Zion Baptist Church in Charles Town for Edison Colley Green, 38, of Reymann Street, Ranson who died in Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital at 10:40 Saturday night from injuries received in an automobile accident in Ran- son about an hour earlier. The ReD. S. H. Patterson of Charles! Town, officiated and burial was made in the Johnsontown Come-: tery. Green sustained a fractured ~kull, fractured wrist and inter- nal injuries when the car he was driving at a high rate of speed crashed into a huge tree at the corner of First and Mildred streets in Ranson. Charles Town police said the car was coming off of FirSt street and the driver attempted to turn Services were held Monday at 2 p. m. from the Melvin T. Stri- der Colonial Funeral Home in into Mildred street and didn't Ranson, for Herman Jonah Lisk- make the turn. ey, 81, farmer, of the Middleway Charles Town Patrolman Cyrus section of Jefferson County, who Moler investigated the fatal mis- died Friday, Jan. 7, at his home. hap which caused $400 damages The. ReD Millard Williams, of to Greens auto. Leetown, "officiated, and burial This was Jefferson County's was made in the Bakersville, first fatality in 1966. (Md.) Cemetery. Mr. Green was born in Martins- The deceased was born in Page burg, March 1, 1927, son of Mrs. County, Va., April 9, 1884, a son Ohry Daugherty Green, of Mart- of the late Jonah and Katherine insburg and the late Noah Green. Ward Liskey. He was a member He had been employed in the of the Presbyterian Church. maintenance department at Shen- Surviving are his widow, Mrs. andoah Downs. Annie C. Liskey, at the home; Surviving with his mother are twn sons, Gra~ton Liskey of In- his wife, Mrs. Ida Posey Green; wood an*dP~i]~ Liskey of Middle- seven children, Sheldon, Edison, way; two daughters---Mrs. Daniel Victor, Joseph, Gloria, Melody, Carter of Gaithersburg, Md.; and and Alice Green, all at home; two Mrs. Stanley Dunn of Middleway; sisters, Mrs June Johnson and 18 grandchildren and 10 great- Mrs. Coralee Cook, and two grandchildren and a brother, brothers, Loyal and Philip Green, Allen Liskey of Shepherdstown. all of Martinsburg. William W. McDaniel Services for William Washing. ton McDaniel, 62, of Shenandoah Junction, who died Friday in the Charles Town General Hospital, were held Wednesday morning at 10:30 from the Melvin T. Strider! Colonial Funeral Home in Ran. son. The ReD. Eugene Baltimore, of Ranson, officiated. Burial was I made in the Johnsontown Cem. I etery. i The deceased was employed as a night watchman and janitor by the Lori Lynn Company in Ran- son. Mrs. Robert Eilertson and Miss Evelyn Huddle, of Washington, visited their brother-in-law anc sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd. Mrs. Ray Seal entered Kings Daughters Hospital, Martinsburg, on Sunday. Her friends wish for her a complete recovery. CHARLES TOWN CARROL R. JONES Carrol Rudolph Jones, 81, died in Homestead, Fla., on Monday. Mr. Jones was born October 1, 1884, in Frederick County, Va. son of the late James Beamer and Laura Rudolph Jones. He was a retired farmer, having op- erated a farm in Jefferson coun- ty. He had made his home in Homestead since his retirement. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Swatie Keen Jones of Home- stead; one daughter, Mrs. Helen Geary of Bakerton; four grand- children; two great-grandchild- ren; one sister, Mrs. Virginia Pine of Hagerstown, Md.; two brothers, A. D. Jones of Charles Town and Fred Jones of Berry- ville, Va. A funeral service will be con- ducted today (Thursday) at 2 p. m. from the Eackles Funeral Chapel in Harpers Ferry, by the ReD. Luther Crady. THOMAS H. McDANIEL Funeral services were held on Monday morning at 10, from the Eackles Funeral Chapel in Har- pers Ferry, for Thomas H. Mc- Daniel, 57, of Thomasville, Pa., who died Wednesday, Jan. 5. in the York (Pa.) Hospital. The ReD. John H. Beamer, officiated and burial was made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Tow~. The deceased was born Aug. 18, 1908, in Greene County, Va., a son of the late Sewell F. and Florence Shiffett McDaniel. He was employed for some 23 years at the J. E. Baker Quarry. He was a member of the Pentecostal Church. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Nettle E. McDaniel, of Thomas- ville, Pa., a daughter, Mrs. Ellen Gilbersorp of Wichita Falls, Tex. three sons ---- Thomas E. Mc- Daniel, York, Pa., Stephen E. Mc- Daniel, and Gregory S. McDaniel of Thomasville, Pa.; three grand- children; a sister, Mrs. Anna Foster, York, Pa.; and five broth- ers--Albert, Charles, Arthur and Richard McDaniel, all of Stand- ardsville, Va. and George of Al- exandria, Va. BERN~ING Bernard Stribling, 45, a paper handler for the Washington Post died Sunday at his home, 1325 13th St., N. W., Washington, D. C., after a long illness. Mr. Stribling went to work for the Washington Times-Herald in 1949 and joined The Washing- ton Post after it purchased the Times-Herald in 1954. He was born in Charles Town, W. Va. GAS COo, INC. 114 North Charles Street CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. ...'!!ii!!!::~::!ii::!::i::i!i::~::!iiii:~;~ ___~ ~:.~ii!i~i[iii~ii~!!iii~i!~!~i!!~i!~!;!!~i~!~iii~!~!~i~i~!i!~i~i!i?;~i;~!i~!~!~i~i~i!!!i~i!!~!~!~i~i~ii~!i!~!!!!i;i~!!i~i~ii!~iiii~i~i~!~i~i~i~i i:i:i:i:i:i:!:i:!:!:i:i.! :i:i:~' !:i:!:i: i:i:i:i:i3i,::i i:ili !!!:i!!ii;!i!~: ii!:i:i:~: i;:~:;:~:i:!:i:i: .!:i:i:!:i:i:~:!::: !:~: i:~:i:::i:~:i:!;!i !ii?ii! ~iii~ ~i.~ iiiiiilliii]ii iiiiiiii!iiil iiiiiiiiiiiii ! iiiiiiiiiiiiil LARGE, JUICY FLORIDA ranges ..,. 59' -lb. bag ili!ili!~!ii~ii FANCY, FIRM SLICING ......... ,, REALT.,NG,. 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