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0P JEFFERSON rnRMr.n, ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 12, 1959 3--A Deaths and Funerals E.B. REED were held this at 2 from Strider Colonial ir~ l~anson for Mrs. Davis Reed, 69, East Washing- Town, who died Charles Town The deceased for three illness of about I-t. Hiller pas- Town Metho- and burial emily lot in Mt. in Winchester, Lawrence- W. ~mus, Fred A1 H. Riddle- Jr., Ver- L a native of daughter of Mary Eliza- December . li~felong Meth- Le Work of her red health pre- these duties School tea but the chur- : as Possible. She member and Town er of Eastern at the home sons, Wil- Perry and Va.; two ~e sisters-Mrs. Charles Town let of Arling- sori A. Coleman 'l ALICE TAYLOR REINHART Miss Alice Taylor Rein'hart of Washington, D. C. formerly of the Moler's Crossroads section of Jeff erson County, died Sunday at 10 p. m. in Sibley Hospital in Wash- Jngton ~where she was admitted on January 1 following an illness of one year. A native of Jefferson county s'he was a daughter of the late J. F. and Jennie Reinhart Reinhart. 'Surviving are two sisters-Miss Lillie Reinhart, Mrs. P. W. Riedes Washington and a brother, Harry Reinhart of Illinois. The body arrived at the Melvin T. Strider Company Colonial Fun- eral Home here late Monday where friends ,were received until services Wednesday at 11 a. m. with the Rev. Randall Parsons of New Street, Methodist Church in Shepherdstown, officiating. Burial was in Elmwood Ceme- tery, Shepherdstown. MRS. BERNICE HUMSTON LEVI Funeral services were held for Mrs. Bernice Humston Levi on Friday, the 6th of February at 11 o'clock at the First Baptist Char ch, Winchester, Va. She was the widow of the late Clyde B. Levi, an employee of the Federal Land Bank of Baltimore at ,the 'time of his death in January, 1944. 'Mrs. Levi was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Lacy Hum- ston of Clarke County and is survi ved by three .children: Mrs. George B. Ritter, Mrs. John R. Jones of Winchester and Sit. Thomas W. Levi, Ft. Belvoir, Va.; one sister, Miss Mary Humston, Berryville, Va.; two brothers, N. I. Humston Berryville, Va. ,an'd B. Frank Hum- ston, Charles Town. Three grand- children also survive. Mrs. Levi attended Powhatan Charlc~ Town. Mrs. Philip Perks Jr. of Charles Town accompanied by her sister Mrs. Paul Mills motored to Hag- erstown. Md. Thursday where they visited their sister Mrs. Helen Cus ter. Miss Sharon Clevenger was a supper guest Saturday of her un- cle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peacher and sons. Miss Joyce Grim of Bakerton was an overnight guest Monday of her classmate, Miss Susanne Grey. Mrs. Mary Jenkins of Alexan- dria, Va. spent the weekend with her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright and fam- ily. Her father Mr. Samuel Strick ler who makes his home with the Wrights celebrated his eighty sec- ond birthday anniversary on Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. David Penwell and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Mar- vin Kimes and family in Charles Town Sunday afternoon. Mr. Alec Costello was a hmch- con guest Friday of his uncle and aunt Mk and Mrs. Herman Snow den in Martinsburg. Circle IMeeting Fourteen members and three vis itors attended the Febx~ary meet- ing of the Presbyterian Circle Mon day evening at the home of Mrs. Charles Grey. The group opened ,the meeting ,with sentence pray- ers. Mrs. Marshall McAboy, secre- tary read the minutes and had roll call. The chairman, Mrs. Nath aniel Grey made several announ- cements. The lesson, "The inheritance of the Christian" taken from I Peter 1:3-12 was reviewed with Mrs. Lester Moler as leader :this month. Mrs. Winerd Bowers closed che meeting with prayer. During the social hour, he hos- tess served delicious refreshments and t:he group enjoyed slides shown by Mrs. Bowers, taken by ,her son Tommy who is stationed in Germany. Scenes of interest from Germany, Italy, France ,and the World's Fair at Brussels were both interesting and 'beautiful. Mrs. Bertha Morgan, a former resident of Halltown has been quite ill at the home of her grand tad t~hree bro- School for girls in Ranson, as well children, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin of Charles as several other girls schools inMorgan in Bolivar. Her many Washington, Virginia. " "l fridnds in this vicinity wish her a of Martins- Interment was in Green ,~:i~ very speedy recovery. Cemetery, Berryville, Va. Mrs. Florence Pope of Harpers Ferry spent Sunday with Mr. and [ ~ Ikl , Mrs. Nathaniel Grey Jr. and Mrs. William Honk and family. [ ~ ~ [ Mrs. Oharles Grey were in Berry- Other visitors in " the afternoon DO*,,--,- -" " " I ville, Va. on Wednesday where with 'the family were Mr. and Mrs. ~vuly Bowers ]they visited at the