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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE TtIURSI)AY, FEBRUARY 10, 1966 MRS. EDWARD STANLEY ~4rs. Betty Derr Stanley, form- Shepherdstown, died Moo- n at the home of her Mrs. Herman W. Willis Town Stanley was born at Uvilla 23, 1880, daughter of Jacob and Julia Creager Derr. Her nd, Joseph Edward Stanley, 1944. was a member of the Methodist Church, Char- and the W. S. C. S. of church. with her daughter one grandchild, Mrs. Richard two great grandchildren isters, Mrs. Earl Bane, Char- and Mrs. Amos Kibler, Md. will be conducted Fri- at 2 p. m. at the Charles Asbury Methodist Church the Rev. J. Lee Williams. will be in Elmwood Shepherdstown. family will receive friends Melvin T. Strider Company Funeral Home Wednes- and Thursday 7 to 9 p. m. ]~RS. MYRTLE V. PENWELL services will be held at 2 p. m. from the Murrill Church by the C. W. Lloyd, pastor, for Mrs. Virginia Penwell, 66, wid- late Charles F. Penwell, 2, Harpers Ferry, who died Tuesday morning at Lome Burial will be made in iurrill Hill Cemetery. nends will be received at the th Memorial Funeral Home Charles Town this evening from 7 until 9 p. m. deceased was born in Jeff- County, March 5, 1899, a of the late Thomas J. Roderick Gray. She was Mr. & Mrs. B. K. Taylor A--3 Manor Nursing IIome near Char- Given Dinner On Their les Town. The Rev. John Link, /AIII ~ III1@ ~ O retired Lutheran minister of 6UT~lwe~|ngAnnlversary Shepherdstown, officiated. Burial was made in Mr. Olive Cemetery near Frederick, Md. The deceased was born at Bak- erton, March 5, 1873, a son of the late Adam C. and Corn VirginiaI Daniels Moler. ttis wife, Mrs. I Bertie Pauline Moler, died some time ago. He was a member of the Buckeystown (Md.) Methodist] Church. ! Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Cora Virginia Thomas, Lanham, Mr., a son, Calvin F. Moler, Falls Church, Va.; one grandchild; two great grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Lucretia Moler, Bakerton. DR. LOUIS McMURRAY Dr. Louis Armistead McMur- ray, 68, of Spring Mills, W. Va., a missionary to Africa for 37 years, died February, 8th, in Kings Daughter ttospital in Mar- tinsburg, after a brief illness. Dr. McMurray was born in Lyn chburg, son of the late Dr. Jose- ph A. MeMurray and Mrs. Harriet Armistead McMurray of Winches ter. He was well known among members of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church, when he )reached on several occassions. He received his theological :raining at Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, after which he went to the American Presby- terian Congo Mission in the for- mer Belgian Congo Africa in 1924 His term of service in the Congo included teaching, preaching, tran slation and music education. He returned from the Congo Mission in 1962, due to health reasons. However, he continued intensive !translation and literature work !or the Congo Mission• One of his major works in this lrea was the pro~.aration of the :evised version of the Bible in Tshiluba language for the Afri- can mission. Dr. McMurray is survived by his widow, Mrs. Jean Harlan Me- Murray; two sons, John K. Me- Murray of Spring Mills, and J. Harlan McMurray of Richmond Hundreds FROM PAGE 1--A of five lectures will be presented before the Apple phase of the convention is completed. Friday morning the Peach grew ers will take over and after hear- ing an address by the President, Ned Miller of Romney, there will be four lectures on fruit growing and related problems. Among the host of top speakers listed on the convention program will be Dr. Carlton Taylor, head of Extension Plant Pathology, Pennsylvania Slate University; Dr. Walter Hough, professor of Entomology (Retired) VPI; David North, assistant secretary of lab- or for agricultural labor, Wash- ington, D. C.; Mr. H. Delmar Robinson, orchardist of Winches- ter and Charles Town; Dr. H. A. Rollins, Jr., Extension Horticul- turi~s, Department of Horticul- i ture, V. P I. Blacksburg, Va.; and Dr. Roger Young, fruit re- search specialist, West Virginia University Experiment Farm, MR., MRS. BEVERLY TAYLOR Kearneysville, all appearing on Mr. and Mrs. Beverly K. Taylor ~ the Wednesday program. 514 East North street, Charles Mr. Carroll M. Vo~, of AG- Rotors, Inc., Gettysburg, Pa.; Dr. Town, were honored by their Elroy Krestensen, Entomologist, children Saturday, Jan. 29, with a dinner celebrating their 60thUniversity of Maryland Field Station; Dr. Fred Lewis, Plant wedding anniversary. Pathologist, Pennsylvania State Although Mr. and Mrs. Taylor State University; Dr. James Mar- were married in Washington, D. shall, Research Station, Summer- C. on January 27, 1906, the 6Oth land, British Columbia; Shelby anniversary dinner was not held A. Robert, Jr., General Product- until Saturday, Jan. 29. ion Manager, Musselman Division Mrs. Taylor was born in Rippon W. Va., in 1885 and Mrs. Taylor was born in Louisville, Va., 1884. They are the parents of 16 child- ren, ten of whom survive; 19 grandchildren and 33 great-grand children. Some of the children were not able to attend the din- ner because of the weather con- ditions. All that were able to get to Charles Town that day were present, however, and enjoyed the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor received many useful and lovely gifts on the occasion. Chimney Fire D0uzed of Pet Milk Company; Mr. Joseph Dorsey, orchardist of Moore and Dorsey, Inc., Berryville, Va.; Dr. Robert S. Dunbar, Dean of Col. lege of Agriculture, West Vir- ginia University; Ray Fleming, of the W. Ray Fleming Fruit Company, Columbia, S. C. and Dr. Arthur H. Thompson, pomo- logist of the University of Marl- land, will be speakers on thet Thursday program. Mr. Ned Miller, orchardist of Romney; Dr. Thompson; Dr. Tay- lor; Dr. Barrat and Dr. Edsel H. Phillips, Horticulturist of the Piedmont Fruit Research Labors-t tory of V. P. I. will be the speak- ers on the program for the peach session Friday morning. I FRESH SNO-WHITE i I quart box C ! LANCASTER BRAND TENDER LANCASTER BRAND, BONELESS • • • • • O e e'• TENDER OVEN-READY oast '"*o""+", higher * , • • lb., LEAN, TENDER • • • • • eoe • • • • Jb KRAUT & FRANK WtEK!... KISSLING TEND|R, JUICY STEAKSI . . . C ’ C Delmonico... +.sis' Sauer Kraut 25, • bag 7-INCH CUTS ... FIRESIDE BRAND SKINLESS Rib Steaks 85' Franks q0, • • • lb. • • • • • • bag BONE.IN { IK)NRLESS lb. sg') MORRELL'S PURE PORK C Roast cROSScu,. ... , 69 Sausage .. 2 +,.'"' 99' LANCASTER BRAND. FRESH SALT WATER STANDARD Ground Chuck. +.59c Oysters ..... ',W 99' MARKETS, BEST YEAR YET TC. CHECK ACME]