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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE ]Elsie Fecinco gpeck of Ganister, JANUARY 20, 1966 A---2 Pa. tie had been employed by the ~~V. S. Steel Corporation at Mill. ville for 29 years. Surviving with his parents are Funeral services will be held!his wife, Mrs. Frances Speck, at Friday morning at 11 from the home; two sisters, Mrs. Ann A. Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funer- Baurer, Altoona, Pa., and Miss MRS. FANNIE YOUNG FUneral services were held the Melvin T Strider ColD- Funeral Hom'e in Ransom da morning at 11 o'clock [rs Fannie Young, 93 a rest- of 19 Pingrey Place, Eliza- N. J., who died at her home Jan. 13. The Rev Cha- ~eckley, pastor of the" Sum- Methodist Church, offi Burial was made in Edge Cemetery in Charles Town. deceased, a former rest- of the Summit Point area born in Virginia, May 3, 1872, hter of the late James and Stickley Smoot. Her was a former senator of Her husband Harry Lee ng, died on August 14, 1952. deceased was for years ac- in the work of the Summit L Methodist Church and of Beulah Chapel of Wheatland. lying are a daughter--Mrs. Morton of Elizabeth, N. J., two grandchildren --- Miss Lee Morton of Elizabeth Byron B. Morton, Jr., of D.C. al Home in Ransom for Miss Emma Kate Riley, 82, a resident of Summit Point, who (lied Wednesday in Charles Town Gen- eral ttospital, following a short illness. The Rev. Charles Reckley )astor of the Summit Point Meth- odist Church of which the de- ceased was a member, will offici- ate. tie will be assisted by the Rev. Temple G. Wheeler. Burial will be made in Edge Hill Cem- etery. Friends will be received at the funeral home tonight (Thursday) from 7.until 9 p. m. The deceased was born in Sum- mit Point, March 8, 1883, a daugh- ter of the late Alfred William and Annie Elizabeth Wyndham Riley. Surviving is one sister, Mrs. Daisy Pearl Henry of Swan Pond in Berkeley County. LONGERBEAM INFANT Richard Barclay Longerbeam, five-month-old son of Bentley Lee and Helen Nicodemus Longer- beam of Route 1, Kearneysville, died Sunday at the Ruth Home in Bluemont. He was born Aug. 7, 1965, in the Winchester Memorial Hos- pital. A graveside service was con- ducted Monday afternoon in the Green Hill Cemetery, Berryville, by the Rev. Charles Reckley of Summit Point. Elsie Speck, Cleveland, Ohio; four brothers --- Michael and Peter Speck, Williamsport, Pa.; Alex Speck, Auburn, N Y.; Nick Speck, Wichita Kan., and a num- ber of nieces and nephews. THOMAS A. GONZALES Word was received here today of the death of Thomas A. Gon- zales, 33, of Columbus, Ohio, who died unexpectedly at his home in Columbus, Wednesday, Jan. 19. The remains, now at the Walter Cook Funeral Home in Brooklyn, N. Y., will be brought to the Mel- vin T Strider Sudley Funeral Home" in Shepherdstown Satur- day and graveside services will be held Sunday at 2 p. m. in Elmwood Cemetery by the Rev. George S. Johnston. The deceased was born in New York City, Jan. 9, 1933, a son of the late John and Helene Gon- zales. He is survived by his wife, Mr::. Joan Osbourn Gonzales, who is a niece of Post Osbourn of Shep- herdstown, and a daughter of the late Stewart Osbourn of Shep- herdstown; also two sons, Thom- as and John Gonzales at the home. Adam B. Link, Sr. Prominent Retired SurvL'ing are his wi re,s. I , ,.,,.,,z.. ,:..:.:.:.:.:,:.:. +.-. ................... ......... .................... ........ ,, .: .......... :.:: :::::: ::.:::::::::::: =.::::::= ::+:. :..:.::.-:::.:::: M a rie M cDan iel, at t he h o m e o n ...... i i! ! i i i i ;i'i i i ! i i i?:!?i ! ! !i !:i i q East North street, Charles Town ....... ::.:.:::.:-.. ...... :.:.:::: ................. :::::.::::: ............. ::+:::-:.:: ................... :::::,: ................... :,:.:.:.: ................. ~ ........... ::.:.:,+:.:..,, ................ ++ two daughters-Mrs. Margaret !ii CARLOAD SALE Tibbs, Timberville N. J.; and I JUICY iiiiiiiiil Mrs Doris Moten, ~anson; a son, LARGE, FLORIDA i::iiii::iii! Eug'ene Edgar MeDaniel, of Mon- ii!!i!!i ii ili ii " :i:i:!:i:ii!L: rovia, Calif., ten grandchildren ~iiii!iiiii!~i! i!ili~i~.i!i!i and two brothers-John McDaniel ii iiili of New York and Charles of Bal- timore, Md. Lt. Col. C *orge FROM PAGE I-A Vietcong sniper chose Eyster to shoot at, out of five of us stand- ing in the dusty jungle patch. ALWAYS WITH MEN Eysler was with the ,B Com- pany of his "Black Lions' Battal- ion -- the 2nd battalion of the 28th Regiment, Ist Division He always went with his company on the most pressing problems and situations. The problem that day was mines, deep enemy bunk- ers and snipers. Eyster, a 43-year-old lean-faced and tall officer, had already told his men how to disarm a Clay- more mine they had located at a bend in the path which they had been travelling that day. "Cut the wires, don't pull them, he had called out to his men Then he pulled out his map of t'he area and began talking with the Company Commander Capt. George F. Dailey of Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin. "Suddenly bullets cracked through the trees and I slid to the ground," Arnett said. "Lt. Col. Eyster slumped down on the ground just three feet from me with his arms close to his chest :ii!!~!iii!~i!!!! iii!ii!ii!i i !i ::::::::::::::::: :i:!:i:i:i:i::!: :::::::::::::::: . ...;.......-.. iii;i;ili)ii)i!i: *:+:.:+:.:.: lb. MRS. W. EDWARD GANO, SR. Merchant, Fame Dies HeThemOanedcompanyinpain." commander LANCASTER BRAND, TENDER FRESH ll 7 O g EXTRA TENDERANDJUICYSTI[AKSI....! $9 Funeral services were held Ground Chuck .. Delmomco ..... , .... Monday at 3 p. m. from the New Funeral services were held jumped to his feet, heedless of . ......'''''''"TEN ER OY RU A DYR [ BIqj t""'" Street Methodist Church, Shep- Monday at 2 p. m. from St. James the sniper. "The colonel's hit, the LANCASTER BRAND BONE-IN ... (BONELESSIb.tT") 0nly three births, two boys and herdstown for Mrs Charlotte Eli- Lutheran Church at Uvilla, Jeff- colonel's hit!" he shouted. "Bring ' Cros~ lib ' girl, occurred at the Charles zabeth Gano, 62 wife of W. Ed- erson County, for Adam Baker up a ~nedic, bring up a medic!' Chuck Steaks .... ib -----,. ,, 7-INCH CUTS~ ... E O , " 1St Cuts General Hospital during warn Gano Sr Sheoherdstown, Link, Sr., 75, prominent retired .. "I thought he was_dying r,!ght " ' ", - , men,'me mecllC said later rns Period of January 10 and ,,,h,, ai,,a nroute tn Kin , Dau-,Jefferson County farmer and ..... Rib Steaks .................. tb. 85 Rib .......... m. and two of them ocurred on ~,"h'~ers'~'Hos,qtal l~ridav'ni~,ht Imerchant, who died early Friday eyes were cmsea, ms lace grey. same day Jan ii ,,..,,...;,.,- m .... -, .... moraine at his home Cottaue The wound was sermus, m hls FANCY FILLET OF ,~ LANCASTER BRAND(1-1bl, 6-oz. Minimum) am, " " * ......... s ...............v-o ,, o neck I saw that the bullet had Frc y, 40hC J02-- I L?2 A N22P son was born January 10 to ,,ear Services were officiated bv iHall , located near Shepherds- ,, a n " : . . not come out. nd Mrs. Charles Twyma , the Rev Albert C Burton Bulb-town. The Rev. John Gmssmger, . dock ......... lb.,9' harles Town and on January more, Md." and the" Rev. N. Bruce pastor of the Uwlla church, ofh-." u. ,h,The medmn.o o ..d d what, he, m..,d,could, 0 " a son was born to Mr. andKuehnle he_ .astor. Burial was [ elated and burial was made in .s..~ ........ ~ ............. e" C ~-Ib.$ 89 " ' Ih "~9c I. Thomas E. Cox, of Route 2, made in Elmwood Cemetery, lEdge Hill Cemetery in Charles wound. , Shrimp .......... Ib,'79 b.x 3 $emnmlloneless Ilams i rneysville; and a daughter [Town Eyster's heart seemed to beat .born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl was born in Jeff] Bearers were: A. M. Ennis, Jr., more steadily, color came to his =ook, of Route 1, Harpers f?o.ntv May 1.q 903 dauIHolland Coffenberger, James I face ann ne regained conscmus- Y. ghter of'-; iliia" n'F--and / nnie [Link, S. W. Link, Joseph Hough, hess. The medic didn't tell him rgial patients admitted to Wil pallor " I William Coffinberger, C. W, how severe the wound was. .......... "" " rico hospital during that period ............ sband are{ Moore and Jesse Eagle } He had lapsed back into u n- urvlwng her nu " Mrs. Mary C. Everhart, of . dau hters Mrs James Jami The deceased was born at siousness when the battalion doc- "les Town" Mrs Hattie C.two - '.. ' .... "|Bakerton, W Va Oct 15 1890, l tor Dr Maxwell Cline of Spurt. ' . - son ~nepneromown and l1rs. . .' , ' ' (an, Brunswmk, Md.; Mrs. -, " ........ M~ [ a son of the late Wflham H and[anburg, N. C., arrived. Chne dis, A. Griffith, Rippon; Mr. ao t uzsgr:Venn g l s ZS ano [Martha Daniels Link. For some [covered the bullet had probably 0 "ge B. Brent, Charles Town; " rand-[ 45 years he owned and operated/penetrated a lung and had brok- e Samuel H Fravel, Knox- .... Y--:L' ..... | a Men's clothing store in Charles/en ribs. cnlluren; mree zostr sozs .... , ,,-, .... , Md., Rt. 2; ....... : .....r,., Ro-er LaHew" four lTOWn anu ne also owned and/ 111 give aim ifteen minutes Ids Ranson; Mrs. Maude E. .... ......... ..... I onerated the farm on which he | more to live unless we can get ' . sisters rs. ~IlrlSUall ~at-tt~[, ; ~- ' , ael, Brunswick, Md ; Baby .. ' ........ r .... ar lived He was a veteran of Worldl him out of here, Chne sa d. arpers terry; wrs ma tm - tam T MeCCa, Charles Town ..... " - - - " ...... War I, a member of St James[ As more firing broke out, sold- , " . ter Snepnerostown' vtlss Lmromy ~. .d]cat patients admired were: .......,, .,Z'_ .... Uvilt -Lutheranz Church;. Elk mrs eased the Colonel on to a ~alley an~ ~rs ~nomas t,. tonga- Edgar McDamel, Charles ~.. ,~...~^. m..:,,., , .... ~,.,,,~o,.~ Branch Lodge No 93 of Shenan- stretcher and carried him t 3e Mr. Wa~ier gsc?rUPAk?l,o;f [ ~rno~'~.~ D*aUiTe'~, "K'e"arn'ysv"i~le; doah .Junction; the. Shepherds_: thr~)~:h theitc~lCkhbr3sh~ A P0ol[ _ s Yown; . u Y ..... ,, u;" r oao,, u *in bura town men s t=luo and me henry I harles Town, Rt. 1, Mr. |...n ..... ho. ~,., ...... ,t he- Zyd Douglas Sons of Confederate t Plasma bottles were rigged be-[ " "-" 96 I FOR LOW, LOW PRICES ' . Vnas W Kemp, Ranson; Mr. "~:' ....................... ~Veterans I side him. As the troops quietly[ ald L Jacksn' Harpers Fer''pnews'lck, Md., Mr. H . ]~ ] ..... '"i ..... Adam Bh; '~';" Mrs ]mved past in search'f t21e]Link, Jr.,Imander- ] ~f~-'~ ~:~AVI=" " " ['1] EC A(:ME!' Mrs. Elizabeth K. Frye, Hall-[ .~~ l Ethel'Lan~is'L~nl~"at ~I~e"home: ]snipers, they would pause Coral ETTER CH K , Mzss Joanna Feaster, of ] - ] tw- sons H Ba,,rle Link of near I brief glance at their fallen com-I --- sw erbert L Funeral services were nell v ,, ., ., ...... ,n .* .... n ,Leetown and - JlmO l lT'd I THE'( ALWAYS EAT BETT|R WHEN YOU REMEMBER THE [ , ers, Charles Town; Mrs. ar- t .... *". "%":"" of RFD Shepherdstown; four IEyster was breathing heavily | Crum Ranson; Mrs Mary olic t;nurcn m winchester, va., , t " t I TOMATO g w .... lfor Mrs Nina Rush 86, widow of grandchildren; two rosters- Mrs. The hehcopter sent to evacuate] k,.7 blll/ Yll[ Cam bell s ...... .- lO, :- ................ ; ........ " .... " -- -' ........ Josenh Hou 'h, and Mrs lames! him had trouble finding the land-] ] p $0UP , ,, J Buckles Har ers Ferr, me rote flurry t, usn, wnu .- "' IE'd lhlI, ld ruu. u TABLE . -, P Y [ _ . 7 .... |Coffenberger, both of Martins-ling area but finally it swooped] 1; Mr Clyde M. Luckett, of I passel away on oanuary o. ]h,,.~,. and four brothers - the down ] [ MARBISCRI$P ~ "" rc su, i earneysvilm;'rwn; 'Mrs. rRUby M.t en. } ericgMrs" Rus'ht=ounty,WaSva,brnon reDruaryinFred'] John Lin'k. of - hepherds- I] All" day B. Company worrted|v IiFresh SaltinesL .......... +.. 19 i ............ "_..I ......... ;' .......... 'town; Wesley Lmk of Charles abouttheColonelastheymo ed| -', ,-:,- --- I.',C ,, r enner, nenanuoan/1"-, l~l~, me cmugnter oi me lateI m...... 1 down mile-lon hell of minesl ~lon; Mrs. Ann Taylor, Char-~ George W and Ida Ford Kelch-, and the Rev j Lester Link of and snip(rs. That night they got| ~ Ii ALl" ~t'AVOR$" ' " ', 9 ~i own; Baby David J. Noland, |her. She had resided most of her Stanley' Va " " l the good news: Eyster would live.| J I1.0 Desserts .... pers Ferry; Mr James Essex, / life in the Winchester area, out " I Daft,,' .... hen hunted fruit- ,, , .... , , .. ........... . _ 3 Town; Mrs. ;mma K. | had spent much ot the past our/ ., ,F n I les slv for the sniper I J30'" OFFI... iNSTANT COFFEE :' 'y, summit Point; Mr. Adam years at the home of her son-in-| n0r ir iner l urRa i A'mend rememb ;red that Ey.! M xwell Hn ,, ! rain, Charles Town and Mrs./law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs./ [ster had complained of a severe[ I ! 1 t:rs" ficia A Clark, Charles Town. [Frank J. Jarsen, in Jefferson[ I. ll.J~,. U,~ In--a,. ]cold the ni-htbefore It was this] tiom#lly~ i ----US-- ....... ~--'' | County. ' |ll LlllU l|, N gW [ cold -that eventually took the| ...................... I IO[At OALffY | Survivors, in addition to Mrs-| ,..d., ..f Walter j Zu,,kus | Colonel's life. I PLAN AHEAD Jarsen are a dau hter, Miss Edna ~.~ o,, ,, v 'l rs after t ....... g[ ....... 66-year-old horse trainer, a rest- Eyster lived for 42 hou / Coffee.. ...... Kusn, Ot winchester, anu a past summer we ve been I -- M " rtrude Curtis of/ dent of the Kratz Trailer Court the sniper strucK, tsy Later azter-| 1 [ FREE BONUS COUPON PACKED INSIDE! WINCREST e to watch home movies on I' augnter"' ortolK, varS'?e, mree s,:s'ers , ,wo'-_/near Charles Town, who died un- noon the next day, Armydoctors[ Ib c 99 'televislon sereens that were brothers t'l ree grandchildren,l expectedly Tuesday, January II. thught-^he- naa-pu: ea.: r iUs uar"| I I ICoffee .... 69 ...... 3+ I !tographedsome175mlleshlgh]and five'great grandchildren..|wnsUntar es'i w i enera n sP *oa gical 'l 'osp ita'l'at ie'n o t' y;t ;] " I ,re the earth.., home movies I. Buri took place m. acrecl/ services and burial there" " I lay in bed. a bandage around his I **.s I m_ ,.__J.. ,o:.,.-$1 '~ man floating through space|rieart ~emetery, wmcnesmr. / The deceased was I)orn in lneck and chest and with his left l h the greatest of ease. / .... DUNN /Brooklyn, N. J Aug. 26, 1899, a:arminasling. He forced a greet"I Reg.$6.95 Value I at, .onuy Iur ....... "" n Alv ra rag, then smiled at pmtures tagen short while ago, we would t wt 4,t . .| son of the late "Joseph a d " ... " I I 10'Offl .... le ...... Io",,- oh,,-t --ch ] Funeral services were neml Zupkus He had been working as of him in the fiem. l -- ,,t. ............... a2 m ro " " " he aid AII-Purpos, Tabl./Id,al Gift II ] I Rinso Blue ......... c ............. / Thursday, Jan. 13, t p. . f m|a Horse Trainer at Shenandoah I I had a lucky escape, s .I :-;.s me zonowers oz ] the Melvin T. Strider Colonial[ Downs Race track He was a mem i "I nearly didn't make it." I Genuine Sam$onite Table has stain- ] I Q U A N 1'11' Y ! ] rs. But it is to the credit oz/Funeral Home in Ranson for Will ber of the Cathoiic Church the t Eyster went on: "I asked thel resistant, abrasion-resistant vinyl film I ! ..... ; . I 3'OFFI ..... l tecttve bgl i JUSt lne thlflg ~or sowfflg .~e people that they continu-| liam Lloyd Dunn, 79, of Route 1,[ Holy Name Society and the St 'General to write my wife an~l | plasti top. Stee pro ' " d'ng over ~1~1. C ~think ahead and we'd be wlse/Kearneysville by the Rev. Russelll Jos~h Society, the United There tell her and the children what, table edges. Eas,. omp.t ,oldln,. Ex- I Clorox Bleach. ........ ,., 49 take a leaf from their book. l Urquhart, pastor of the Charles] ugh red Association and the happened. This wound wasn't | clusive easy-action leg lo k$. Electricslly- I Practical for homework I ds Is certainly true where our | Town Baptist Church. Burial was| Horsemen's Proctective Benevo- *. sermus" enough for them to cable,, / welded tubular st(el l~ss. Chip-resistant ! and do-it.yourself ! WHY PAY MORE? ..... it . . ...... /made in Edge Hill Cemetery. I lent Association I her. I don't want her to worry. / biked enamel finish on all metal Parts. I C onven;ent for mack I lI-- BI--_-L mvoLve . Jnangs m| In carrying an account of the[ Surviving are his wife, Mrs. !He had two sons and two daugh-/ This table is svailable in two pop - I dinners I II I I'UII DII It[P ..... bl vm a~rn medicine we now ..can[ death in last week's paper therel Sonhia A~nes Zunkus of New ters. / ht colors: Tan with bron~I [tame and I Wonderful for c~lrd I I- / ~Y_ cope with many ms ma~/ was a slight mix-up in the list ofI Jersey, two sons,'- Raymond of ' Eyster, a 1945 graduate of West| G~y with bhck4tame. I pl~yi~I I PRINCESS QUALITY .t~, C VIRGINIA LEE FRESH.BAKED ~ qW~ '~IP gg--- - t 11 :o long ago lacked names ann|relatives" The survivors include[ Avenel, N. J.; and Edward of Point who served with the 3rd[ --., .- --~Lmm~l pkg. I Margarine .... ..... efied descriptions. But it is| his second wife, Mrs.. JosephI Rarway, N. J. and five grand-, Division in the Korean War, had| ' that we take advantage of Fo]tzDunn, twostep-cnimrenoy children I ', PAN KULL ........ I ,,,... ,,,..,.. ,,. ,.,.. ,.. ,,,,. ,,,,,. " ' . . de% ,_rod ......... lack Lmns. , liar health checkups and per./his present .wife - Mary den l I"They told me today they have/ a th s l din ostlc Foltz and Wflham Eugene roltz, new corn an t t t I can e many lmp e gn . " a m der, bu ha T I$C.OUe#ONWO, i THI$ COUPON WORTH (B) I THIS COUPOH WORTH (C) ! THI$ COUPON WORTH (D) a two sons b a former marriage, Ed r Lee McDaniel that are rellable early warn- . .,.. Y .... ;,l l have the battalion back when ll -n-" o . - I=' s Ellara uunn ttoute l, l ,earneysq e l n-n. ,, hoon*h d. fi,q n,.ios/ - _ t g t out of here in three or four/ .................... ville and Wentzell Dunn, of Har- * ,, - months, he stud. WITH YOUR $10 t VlI[J P STAMPS I ST I tV 7q STAMPS Ur community pharn, ae,st,|persFe ;twodaughters MrslDl lntl0, g4tai [ Eyster died early the following[ IOOdWJIl ;s | + nx+.z +,-, | !e thinking modern, still hast Aubrey Kibler of Manchester, I a.. mmm | morning The brigade went into[ v~" mUA'I P"R 'H"'ev~ n~I I AI ACMI--A.u-- ; AIA~|~AEg|T$t [ AT A~qE~AI~IT$ ' old fashioned concern for |Md.; and Mrs. Phyllis Hausen-lAUer L0n0 Illness [mourning. He was the second| ' I I , r Well o th with Cluck of Roanoke Va, and two - -being and t ge er [ , . ^, I |lieutenant colonel it had lost in[ m.lm ?l .... ,, &f IWNIII0t|&IK I I Flm Rtlll I/ lJ_,II r family physician Is ready to I sisters, Mrs. Maude Zies oz vnio; I Funeral services will be. held i less than a month, I &DOE|$ .......... ! FRESH IRlll ,, BIIt INl&lI1 I ulIq, ll IN I'Ill P you plan ahead for illness-la d Mrs. Cor.aJamesof Ransom[Friday at 2 p. m. from the Mel-] / void After Jim22, +96b I . ! ' day. I mine grantmniiaren ann a numt)er/ via T Strider Colonial Funeral I/L .... .*__. I'_ @.. I 1.- t , o. ,- ,. | ! -"" I of great grandchildren, also sur-[ Home" in Ranson, for Edgar Lee, hlWdlil li$ I0 I'ilm | o ........ ........ --r'. ........ 1- ........ ,,i / rive. / McDaniel, 64-year-old former em- I I m THIS COUPON WORTH (E) I THIS COUPON WORTH (F) I THIS COUPON WORTH (G) THIS COUPON WORTH (H) I ----------- |ployeeofthecorporationofChar[kcPr Iramllael hm r / : 6R|IN '1 la-z 6R||N I @A 6RnN 1+., 6era JOSEPH SPECK n les Town, who died Tuesday in I|iv iummm ivm I SCOTT & WHITE Funeral services were held on/Charles Town General Hospital/,, .. ... ..... 4P I : u'b STAMPS ; STAMPS I STAMPS I STAMPS Ethical Pharmacists ~Ionday at 2 p. m. from the|following an illness of about sev.[ MeeTInO 10nlqnT AT 0:l l / . ............ . ...... A, AC,,,A,,,, ! ,,,c,,,,m, r~ ............. .~mith Memorial Funeral Home in/en years. The Rev. S. H. Patter-I - " | ............. ATACMEMAIKeT$ lh,h ,,t~ t4-.~1 . " " wl~h 0h* pob'o o! *ny 3 pkgu. I with lh* +t~ho,o of o I -|b. pkg. I ,,.+ ,., . m. .+. , ._ rnv~ +~a-~xo~ ,buries Town, for Joseph Speck,| son will officiate and burial will! Members of the Charles Town] - . P I&NSMUW [ l~4~tAI o INAI PRO L~ILLA X~NH BUTTER I ] L IARLES TOWN, W. VA. Route 2, Harpers Ferry, who died| be made in the Johnsontown Kiwanis Club are urged to make] VEGETABLES ""--ER DIODORANT I WHITE POTATOES , No 1 ......... Friday in Baker V. A. Center| Cemetery. Friends will be receiv- every effort to tie present for thel o - VOId After J~n. 22:.1966SAUCE) ~ A~.~n.~2, 1956IUI I ! VoidecuAh. b~nl%ml. 2~, 196'Ftei.6 I VeNI After Jo~. tlt, !~t41~+Fte~te 4I O~ im~ im~tV O~m, +~+lmm I~ I~mmHy,~ au uuu ur. wamuy near Martinsburm followin a| ed at the funeral home tonight weekly dinner meeting tonight atl o ooup sp, Pm, l%m,o t 4 aC' P4 l 'FmilyPI I I 41 When your prescription lengthy illness. Tffe Rev. Franklin| from 7 until 9 p.m. i 6:15 at the Rib Room of the Turf| o I n , . hears this label you know Linton officiated and burial wasI The deceased was born near'Diner,to see a special film en-I MEMBER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY CIIAMBBR OF CO CE