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017 JEFFERSON ' RMr.RS ADVOCATE JANbARY'" 29, 1959 3--A ,ths and Funerals been r ' r t er John W. Hill, Vienna, Va. , eemved he e , LcLain Goodell for-' The body was removed to the g near Middieway funeral home of A. K. Coffman in SUnday_, Janua~'v 25 Hagerstown .... where funeral services n Sarosota Florida, were held Wednesday at 2 p. m, ~and one 'daughterwith the Rev. Dr, Earl Redding Miss Nellie Goodell and the Rev. Dr. Gordon I. Rider ~0ta to attend theot~ciating. GEORGE S. JAMIESON WHITTINGTON George S. Jamieson, 75, re- ett Whittington 61tired Agriculture Department che ,~er of Ma~tinsburg mist, 'died Monday at Suburban a. n~. Thursday inHospital. He was taken to the hos- ;Pital Where he'was pttal Jan. 8 after suffering a Lnesday "g t stroke , . ff _ m~h_. ~ erson county on The chemist was a native oi ~e was a son of the Bridgeport, Conn. and a graduate tad Lottie Burnet t of Yale. He taught on the Yale.fat ulty for 14 years until 1918 wnen nember of Calvary he came to Washington to work Itch. for the Agriculture Department. .rehis wife Mr He lived at 3914 McKinley St, NW. r ............... !s Whittin~tn, ~t During his 30 years wrth the sister IQr~'~]ro,~,, Agriculture Department Mr. Jam- tephen ........ Street. ~ ~eson ..... was m charge of the oil fat 'e h~ln--~ - . ana wax laDor,aLory, r~e was on he :g2_~amroay at,loan to the Food Distribution Ad- Dash'*own ~'unerain~inistration as a consultant dur- ,~ur me rcev. W. in World War II iating ' g . .... ~ ,-' He was mane a liIe memoer m "" ~tOSedale Ceme-the Brazilian Chemists ~Society af- ~ ter ,hat country on a m!s ~,-.--- , .... sion at the request of the Brazil- "J~WAY ~,luu~ .inn Government in 1942. Mr. Jam ~ay Moore of the ieson also belonged to .the Ameri- I between Shen can Chemical and Oil Chemists and Shepherds- Societies. . .... night at her He is survived by ,his wixe (2nat- an illness of 18 lotte H; a daughter, Mrs. John R. ~ay on Sept. 9, aughter of ,the Emma B. Ham of St. Pet- i n She p- Ladies Auxil- Chood of Rai'l- n. Md. Moulton, Charles Town; a grand daughter and a sister. An 11 a. m. service will be held Thursday at the Robert A. Pump- hrey funeral home. Burial will be in Cedar Hill Cemetery. niece, Mrs. WiN By Mrs. Pauline Ott .and Bey. Donald Mr. and iVrs. Leon Longerbeam he, Pa.; John and daughter Kay and son Donnie ash Junction, i 3f Ranson were visitors of the lat ]ters parents Mr. ,and Mrs. Forrest received ~t he [Hostler and family. ;om,pany Colon I Mrs. Esther aden and sons Guy lere until noon I and Frankie of Bakerton were Sat )odywas taken [urday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Les h in Shepherds ) ter Ott. at 2:30 p.m. Sunday visi,tors of Mrs. Nellie M. Grissinger laden and family were Miss Mazie Shumaker of Bolivar, Mr. and Elrawood Ceme- Mrs. Theodore Obt and daugh~ters M~. . I Linda-and Diane and sons Teddy, ~ny(ler - . 'k Randy, Joey and Ricky. J enja..m.ln, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Biggs of ames Miller I Leesburg, Vs. were visi,tors of the lat.ters parents Mr. and Mrs. For C. MYER~ [rest Hostler and family. ~- ~" I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and , 6, ~ather of ~daugh~er Cindy and son Lee were J. Howard My- I recent visitors of the l~ormers p~iili at Williamsport, I ents Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey W Where ~he :had and daughters Arbu~u~iil?nd An- :e last March. iionnette ,at Chesmu . .. ~, and lifelongI Mrs. Elsie Painter and daug~- ~ounty op : , -,ters, Juan.ita and Linda and son the Opequon Junior and Mrs. Mary O~ of Ran of here until son and Mr. arid Mrs. Pat Hostler 10 years ago. were Sunday visitors of Mr. and been clerk Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family. 1945. He was[ Mrs. Myrtle Wil~ and ,Mr, and chairman from Mrs Bob Nicewarner of Charms he ran unsuc-tWo~vn were Sunday evening visi- ~raocratic gUb-ltors of Mrs. T. D. Obt and M. [Harry E. Pit. C I Sunday dinner guests of M. MILLER land Mrs. Forrest Hos,tler and :faro :rude Miller, ily were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Blggs Miller, Hag- of Leesburg, Va., Mr. and Mrs. at 7:45 Leon Longerbeam and daugher County .Kay and son Donnie and Mr .and an illness of Mrs. John Seal and daughter Pat t'sy and son Butch, Mrs. Elsie Pain- }and reared ter and daughters Juanita and was a daugh Linda and son Junior and Mrs. and Eliza- Mary Ott of Ranson ,and Mr. and , Mrs. Pat Hostler. in Haters-[ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Engle and years and'Mrs. Lizzie Engle were Tuesday E. U. B. t vislrtors of Mr. and Mrs. James Builders Fritts at She,pherdstown. I Mr. Gilbert Deener of Bruns' ;band; dau , wick, Md. was recent caller Of Mr. Mde, Hag-]and Mrs. Calvin Lancaster and h Penner; [daughter Dianne. md George[ Mr .and Mrs. Kenneth Turner ~; 13 grand-land family of Millville were Sun- grandchild- [day visitors of the formers par- Gray, tents Mr .and Mrs. Robert Turner Whitting- ~Sr. Charles Town big O.K. on... for wear with sweater and .... slacks M114z Dirty Buc ted rubber sole $8.95 .ether Randcrafts from $7,95 M~:~. E.%her Oclon and :on:; O-tly ~and Frankie of Bakerton were Sat urday visitors of Mrs. Nellie Oden t and family. .. . _ i Mr. and Mrs. Johnny ~eal ano daughter Patsy and son Butch of ;Ranson were Sunday visitors of the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hostler and family. Mr. Gilbert Deener of Bruns- wick, Md. was recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilt and daugh- ter Cindy and son Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pulse and dau ghters Linda and Cathy and son Martin of Middleway were Sunday visitors of the la.tters mother Mrs. Mary Cline. Mrs. Josephine Jenkins is on the sick lis~. We hope she makes a speedy recovery. Mrs. Esther aden and sons Guy and Prankie of Bakerton and Mrs Pauline Ot were Saturday call- ers of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Pit and daughters Jamie and Cathy. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Tarman of Ranson were Sunday visitors of the l~tters mother Mrs. Lettie Ot~ and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper and sons of Loudoun County, Va. were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Viands and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Viands and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Dodson and son Terry of Middleway were re- cent callers of Mr .and Mrs. Ber- lin Fitzwater and family. M, +AV Mrs. Randolph Ba xes Miss Camilla Wiltshire, Mrs. Dewey Underwood and Mrs. D. S. Childs 'were in Front Royal, Va. Thursday where they attended a meeting of the Association of the Baptist Missionary Union. Miss Virginia Rider of Charles Town addressed a group of Episco pal Women in Grace Church Wed nesday afternoon. In ~he group were representatives from Leetown Summit Point, Harpers Ferry, Rip pan and Middleway. Miss R~der .was a delegate o ,the General Con ven~ion of the Episcopal Church which met in Miami, ~lorida in October. Her ,account of the meet- ing was very much enjoyed. Mr. J. C. Roberts of Arlington, Va. called upon friends in the vil- lage iSaturday afternoon. Mrs. D. C. I,yne of Berryville, Va. spen:t Friday with her sister Mrs. D. S. Childs. Mr. and Mrs. James Hater are being congratulated upon ,the ar- rival of a daughter at the Charles Town General Hospital Thursday night. There are now three daugh- .ters and .two sons in the Hater family. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barnes at- tended ~he funeral of ,the late Bur nett Whi,ttington in Martlnsburg Saturday afternoon. Mr. Whitt- inltton died in .Baker Hospital ,where he had 'been a patient only a short time although he had been in failing health qui~te a while. Mrs. W. F. McAney, Miss Ruth Wiley and Miss Mary Gaff of Mar- tinsburg called upon Mrs. l~andol ph Barnes Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Albert Pulse of Charles Town is spending some ~time with her sister Mrs. Paul Ring. Their mother Mrs. Lee Brown .is a ,pa- tient in the O~T~wn HoS- pital. Mrs. Michael Kiss (pronounced Kish) and her five children made a bus Crip .to ~aittsburgh, Pa. last week ~to register a Che Immigrat- ion and Naturalization Headquar- :ters. Mr. Kiss came here from Hun gary to assist the Granth~m 'Bro- thers with their farming and dairy mg f zn e er bits. Harry Bitter o, W" ch st spentt,the weekend with Mrs. Har- 'lan Jaznes. On Sunday they accom panied Mr .and Mrs. Joe Hough and family ~o Washington o see Cinerama, South Seas AdventUre. ' One closing item: Just in case you are bored with wintry weather try cutting some twigs from your .forsythe bush (or your neighbors 'in case YOu have none) Pat them in a jar of wafter and in ten days the yellow blooms will have you 'convinced thwt Spring is not ~oo far away. When ~there is snow on i the ground ;the birds will welcome some grain, sliced apples and rais : ins. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ring spent Sunday With the latters aunt Mrs. Boyd Whitacre in ~ig~hview, W. Vs. ,,,, ,, .,., , By J. E. Saville Faxm Credit Annual Meeting W. W. Hammond, Assistant Sec- retary-Treasurer Shenandoah Pro duction Associ~'tion and Natlona: Parm Loan Association of Win- chester, announces the annual meeting of ~'his organization wil: be held ~turday, January 31 at 11:00 A. M. The place is James Wood High School, Winchester, Virginia. This school is located 1 mile west on Route 50. Members of the organization are invited ,to attend ,this ,the 25th or Silver Anniversary meeting. Recommended Varieties Recommended varieties of. alfal fa are Vernal, Narragansett anc ,~t~lantic. DupuiCs is a variety re- commended ,for sho~t crop rotat- ions where alfalfa is not wangled ,for more .than ~hree or four years. The recommended varieties of red clover, Kenland, Penscott South Branch ~alley, locally grown seed. Recommended oat wrieties are Andrew, Missouri, 0-205, Clinton 59 and Ajax. Lions To Stage Another Record Hop February 6th Announcement was made Wed- nesd,ay by the Charles Town Lions Club that a series of Record Hops which *,~e club has been sponsor- ing as benefFcs in past months, will be resumed Friday evening, Feb- ruary 6th in the gymnasium of the Charles Town High School. The public is invited and urged to at- ~tend this function. 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