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10 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1978 RICHARD J. MADISON Richard James Madison, 64, of 734 Woodley Drive, Atlanta, Ga., died on January 30 in the West Paces Ferry Hospital in Atlanta. Mr. Madison was horn in Jefferson County on March 23, 1913, the son of Richard J. and Salaam Madison of Middleway. He attended Shepherd College and William and Mary College and worked for 40 years for the General Accounting office of the federal government, retiring in 1973 as the Regional Director of the Southeastern GAO office in Atlanta. Mr. Madison served in the European Theatre during World War II and was awarded the Bronze Star and Purple Heart. His wife, Mary Miller Madison, preceded him in death in 1971. He is survived by three sons, Richard J. Madison, III, of Essey, England; Robert B. Madison, of Shepherdstown; and Herbert Clifton Madison, of Alexandria, Va.; one sister Mrs. Mary M. Smoot, of Charles Town, and four grandchildren. A memorial service was conducted in the Grace Episcopal Church in Middleway on Saturday, February 4 by the Rev. David Wood. MRS. CHARLES E. RENNIE Funeral services were held Monday morning at II o'clock from the Eackles Funeral Chapel in Harpers Ferry, by the Rev. Mary Ann Kvapil, for Mrs. Mary Ann Rennie, 32, of Harpers Ferry Camp Sires, who died Thursday, February 9, in Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C., following a lengthy illness. Burial was made in Pleasant View Memry Gardens, near Martinsburg. She was born September 28, 1934, in Wiley Ford, a daughter of the late John and Eunice Goodrich Long. Surviving are her husband Charles E. Rennie, at the home two sons, John Edward Rennie Homestead, Fla.; Charles Francis, at the home; one daughter, Robin L. Rennie, at the home; two sisters, Mrs. Pauline Husband, and Mrs. Agnes Tritodi, both of Harpers Ferry; six brothers, John Long, Tacoma, Wash.; Earl Long, Philadelphia, Pa.; Walter Long, Robert Long, Leroy Long, and Harold Long, all of Baltimore, Md. JOHN DOUGLAS JACKSON Funeral services will be held at I p.m. this afternoon, Thur- sday, from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home, by the '-; Rev. Douglas Coyle for John  ! ., I Douglas Jackson, 74, of 703 ./ "  Porter Avenue, Martinsburg, .... ,i, . ::,,!:, h i I who died February 6, in Mar- I tinsburg City Hospital. Burial "=;:/ ..... "'.-- :I was made in the Hedgesville ,u Cemetery. when nothing else ' isgood enough [] Perfect JGranite E Superb Craftsmanship Custom Design Service Written Guarantee Without Time Limit That' u'bat ,.akes ui Ihe most trusted nan'e in memnrial, Martinsburg Granite Works 109 W. John Street DIAL 267. 6141 Madinsburg, W. Va. -- - FREE .. - CUSTOMER PARKING- I The deceased was born in Rappahannock County, Va., January 21, 1904, a son of the late William and Amanda Warner Jackson. He was a retired dairy farm and orchard worker and a member of Jehovah's Witness of Martinsburg. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Olivia Mason Jackson, at the home; a step-daughter, Mrs. Frank "Blanche" Jones, of Charles Town; one grandchild and a brother, Connie C. lackson, of Springlake, North Carolina. MISS GRACE LEE LINK . Miss Grace Lee Link passed away at the National Lutheran Home for the Aged, of 18th and Douglas Streets, N.E. Washington, D.C., on Thursday, February 2, 1978. She was born on December 24, 1896. She was 81 I i [ ii i u I(]) You can be sure... if it's Westinghouse Westinghouse HNI Pumps TWIN T ENG. Donald T. Phillips Phone 3041725-5163 P.O. Box 341 I Charles Town. W. Vii. I JAN. t 9th.E..O..W. I --- . -- : _-_ :_ - -_-  - -- _." Public Sale of Dairy Cattle Due to short of feed, I will sell the following at my farm located 5 miles northwest of Berryville, Va. Turn north off of Route 7 at Triple J. Grocery onto Route 632 known as the Cram Church Road. Watch for sale signs. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1978 Beginning,at 1 P. M. 35 Head of Holstien & Guernsey Dairy Cows 3 fresh cows, 3 fresh by day of sale, 3 fresh in November, .I0 :nIkipg and springing, 3 cows with calves by side. 12 Heifers from bcket to 18 months. These cows have been TB & Bangs testedwithin 30 days of sale. Individual health papers will be available. Terms: Cash. Nothing to he moved until settled for. CRUM ACRE FARM 1-703-955-2372 ." W. D. Orndorff-Auct. 1-703-955-2632 Not responsible for accidents on premises. Feb. 9-2t  - _-_ _ -  _ _ --- ; US \\; YOUR CONCRETEL0000-. ; MIX We Hode All,Concrete Prdes.ondb CARPORTS e PATIOS DRIVEWAY: SIDEWALKS BASEMENT FLOORS POURING FINISHING ] FREE J TURF CONCRETE ]rstimte, [ . PRODUCTS / Division of Turf Enterprises Ph. 725- 7612 or 725- 9233- Charles Town ROYALS HAVE PLAYED LOT GOOD BASKETBALL IN MIDGET LEAGUE DESPITE ONLY SINGLE VICTORY The Royals, who usually are among the top teams in the Charles Town- Ranson Midget Baketball League, have been having trouble winning this season despite the fact they have turned in some good basktball, and they have lost several games by close margins. As of the completion of last week's play, the Royals showed only one victory in 16 games. Shown above are the mem- bers of the cheerleading squad along with the players. They are, front row, left to right -- John Rudolph, mascot; Missy Pittinger and Jackie Reynolds, cheerleaders; Keith Williams, ball boy. Second row, left to right - Cheerleaders Ann Gibbs, Beth Jenkins, Traci Albin, Tressy Ranalli and Wendy Crites. The players, first row, left to right -- Jeff Jones, Brent Davis, WEsley Paige, Walt Roberts, Brian Davis, David Propps and Brad Wilt, ball boy. Back row, left to right -- Ed Gray, Coach; Scott DanielsL Dwayne Jenkins, Paul Rudolph, Tony Cooper, Mike Propst, Ernie Rudolph, Assistanl Coach and Charlie Jones, Coach. (Photo by L. E. Dickey) years old. She was the daughter of John Allen Link and Eleanora Hick- man Link. She was born in West Virginia. She formerly lived in Shepherdstown. She dhd her sister, who pre-deceased her in 1976, had been residents of the National Lutheran Home since 1965. She was a member of St. Peters Lutheran Church in Shepherdstown. Survivors include her sister Mrs. Edith Link Myers, of Harpers Ferry; six nieces and 1 nepfiew. Funeral services were held at the National Lutheran Home Chapel, Washington, D.C., on Monday. Interment Was in the Elmwood Cemetery in Shepherdstown. ROBERT R. RUTHERFORD Services were held Tuesday, January 31, from the Gladhill Funeral Home in Middletown Md., by the REv. Philip E. Saylor, for Robert R. Ruther- ford, 42, Taney Apt., West 6th Street, Frederick, Md., formerly of Bolivar, who died Sunday, January 29, at his homw. Burial was made in Fairview Cemetery m Bolivar. Born May 26, 1935, he was a son of the late Richard H. and Emma B. Rutherford. Prior to his illness, he was employed by Frederick Ironand Steel. He is survived by his wife, Marjorie Sines Rutherford; two sons, Robert R. Rutherford, Jr., and Curtis Sines Rutherford; one step-son, Lester Stambaugh, all at home; five sisters, Mrs. Hazel Everhart, Pasadena, Md.; Mrs. Olive Hardy, Mrs. Gladys Lloyd, Mrs. Mary Rose Fadeley, Mrs. Doris Stotler, all of Bolivar; three brothers, Gilbert H. Rutherford, Thomas R. Rutherford and Marcus J. Rutherford, Bolivar. ARDEN D. WEBBER Services were held from the Locust Valley Bible Church at Middletown, Sunday at 2 p.m. for Arden D. Webber, 58, of Route 1, Middletown, who died Friday at his home. The Rev. Curvin Stambaugh and the Rev. Gerald Carbaugh, officiated. Burial was made in the Church cemetery. Born in Knoxville, he was the son of Robert Ashby Webber of Knoxville and the late Vaughneta Cooper Webber. He was a member of the Locust Valley Bible Church and the Brotherhood of Railroad Carmen. Besides his father, he is survived by his wife, Mildred HEY GEORGE! We're celebrating with Hamilton Beach Little Macs Watta Pizzaria '[ 12 x 12 and 12 X 15 RUGS Reg. s70- s108 Wastebaskets Curtains o Draperies Gift Items The Party's at RIDDLEBERGER'S Sl Sl HOW $56 . 211 W. Washington St. - Charles Town, W.Va. Phone: 725- 2624 Sl Fawley Webber; one daughter, BONNIE L. MADIERA Mrs. Linda L. Brandenburg, of Bonnie Lynn Madiera, 79, of Burkittsville; one son, Richard Dennis Port, Mass., died Sun- Lee Webber, of Gapland; four day ' February 5, in Memorial step-daughters, Mrs. Frances Hospital, in Nashua, New Gaver, of Middletown; Mrs. Hampshire. The daughter of the Mary Cashourand Mrs. Shirley late John Milroy and Mary Grove, both of Frederick, Md. Catherine Cropp Boyles. She and Mrs. Patricia Smith, of was born June 5, 1898, in Walkersville; two step-sons, Clarksburg, W. Va. She was a Charles Fawley, of Myersville member of the Episcopal Church, a graduate of West and Ralph Fawley, of Burkitt- sville; three sisters, Mrs. Caroline Ayres, of Knoxville; SATOH Mrs. Evelyn Darr, of Shenan- doah Junction; and Mrs. Ramona Castle, of Knoxville; two brothers, Paul E. Webber, of Walkersville and Alfred E. Webber, of Knoxville, and three grandchildren. Virginia of Chi Omega She is survived John Bernard New Hampshire; Mrs. Ann Pa., and three She was her husband, Madiera in one brother, The Year Round for MILLER'S PRINTING For your campaign material. Any quantity at the most reasonable prices. Cards, flyers, brochures, bumper stickers, etc. For a sure winner stop in and see us at: 415 W. Liberty St. Charles Town, W. Va. 725-7811 II lily Tired of just getting by with that old lawn & garden Tm' Here's a 15 horsepower, water tractor to help you with your many will push snow, plow your garden, lawn, and any other job you can think Stop out for a demonstration and let us complete Satoh Tractor line. SHADE'S TRACTOR "Arden Road-Your road to savingS" Martinsburg, W.Va. GENERAL00STDRES Satis00facrion Gucuanteed Birthday Sale VALUES These and Many More February 17th thru February 20th W. Washington St. Charles Town, W.Va. LADLES' LONGSLEEVE BLOUSES MEN'S JOGGERS First quality Full cushion insole White with green or blue trim ,Sizes 6%-12 BOYS' JEANS First quality and slight irregulars ,First quality ' As.orted styles BRAe ' *" MOBIL E MOTOR OIL DENTURE Spl lOW.3O CLEANSER All Season Motor Oil  o60 tablets 1 qt. ;p R