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February 26, 1959

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OF JEFFERSON ra a, rRs ADVOCATE FEBRUAI{Y 26, 1959 2--A hs and Funerals bore, at. 4: ]vl].~.~ l:lctLy Jal~(,, Th- gerstown and Miss Phyllis, Fort Lee, N. J.; brothers, Walter, Reid, Md.; and Cecil, Smithbusg, at,. 2, sisters. Mrs. Hattie Gossard, Ha- (1 ,erstown; Mrs. Lzzie Houser, Par gan, Md.; Mrs. Mary Waters, Ha- gerstown; and three grandchild- ren. Funeral services were held at the Minnich Funeral Home, Wil- MRS. MARKS Keedysville, Md., Christian Web-son Blvd., Monday at 2 p. m. with es were held Fri-- ber of Chambersburg, Pa., Hamil-the Rev. Eugene Fisher offiicating. 'le, Va. for Mrs.ton Webber of Martinsburg and Interment in Rest Haven Ceme- of Arlington, Va.Avin We0ber of Shepherdstown tery. was a daughter of and one sister Mrs. William Mong [Mrs. W. H. Bald- of Shepherdstown and 13 giand- MRS. FI,ORENCE BOYD EGLE Town. , s children. Mrs. Florence May Egle, widow rs. Marks besioe." MRS. ROSIE LEE CIIA"--PS~AN of George Boyd Egle, died Sa,tur- ~the home in Arling day at 12:45 p. m. in the Airley Mrs. John Janney Mrs. Ro.,ie Lee Chapman, 48, Heights Nursing Home in Mar- )urg, Va. formerlywife of Willie C. Chapman, died tinsburg following an illness of 'hand two brothersat 5:10 p. m. Thursday at her seven months. 'in of Martin~burghome in Berryville. Born in Jefferson County on tldwln of Washing~Sh'e was born in Charles Town May 27, 1890, she was a daughter a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John of the late Charles B. and Cather- Burner. ine Igamsburg BrilJt. )LLIE EMERY Surviving with her husband are She moved to Martinsburg in Miss Mollie Emery, one daughter Nellie Marie Chap- 1902 and she and her husband who trtinsburg w,ho died man and one son, Melvin Franklin died cn July 28, 1955 resided at Bal,timore Md. were Chapman; three trot:hers, Johnny 308 East Burke street, Martins- at 1:30'p. m. at Burner of Charles Town; Jimmy burg for a number of years. celschatz and Coff- Burner of Summit Point and Ed- Surviving are .a son, John L. I'Iome followed by gar Burner of Berryville; three sis Egle of Shepherdstown; three ~s Ett Union Church ters, Mrs. Annie Cunningham of daughters-Mrs. Clyde Kerns of ~ith the Rev. J. Ray Charles Town, Mrs. Carrie Waters Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Harry R. l Trinity Methodist of Wadesville and Mrs. Dorothy Jenkins. Ranson; Mrs. ErnestHaw tiny. May Boyer of Shepherdstown and kins. Alexandria, Va.; seven grand e: Walter Prather, ] Ann Chapman, one of six grand- children: two great grandchildren; ', L. Fink, Melvin [children. two brothers-Charles L. Brit, 226 oil Miller and C. M. ] The funeral service was held West Martin street, John A. Bri,tt ]Sunday at 2:30 p. m. at .the John 815 North High strec,t; and five the Masonic Cem- ] H. Enders Funeral Home conduc- sisters-Mrs. Clifford Meine, Balti- 'ay. [ ted by the Rev. William N. Raney. more, Md.; Mrs. Alfred Lockwood, [ Burial was in Green Hill Ceme-Rock Cliff Drive; Mrs. George Pen MORRISON [tery, Be ton, 604 West Race street; Mrs. ;were ,held Satur- rryville. Clyde Miller of Jacksonville, Fla.; ,3:30 at the First. ] AARON N.,GRIM, SR. Mrs. R. C. Skinner, Syracuse, N. Y. Services were ~held Tuesday at h in Winches, ter] Aaron N. Grim Sr., 43 West 2 p. m. at ,the Brown Funeral [ertrude Morrison ] Side Avenue in Hagerstown, Md. Home with ghe Rev. Millard R. ,n, Va. who died ]died at the Washington CountyFloyd of First E. U. B. Church of- lnchester Memor- [Hospita1 last Thursday afternoon ficiating. rial was made in ] after a short illness, aged 66 years. Burial was in Rosedale Ceme- letery. . ] Born in Bakerton, W. Va. he tery. at White Hall, at[was the son of the late Thomas rye Webber and [ and Margaret (Kidwiler) Grim. ~|~~ Yeb'ber. She was I He had been employed at Fair- IlllF FUll W. Morrison on [ child for ,the past 16 years. He was lied in:May 1949. I a member of Shiloh E. U. B. By Mrs. Charles Adams de six children, J Church, t'he Morris Frock Post n and Doris D. I American Legion and V. F. W. ~Ok, DorothyFahI Surviving are: his wife, Mrs.Lenten ServiCes arrison and Wil-] Mary E. Grim; sons, Marion L., There will be Lenten Services Stephenson and [ U. S. N., Norfolk, Va.; and Aaron every Friday evening during lent of Martinsburg.| N. Jr. Levittown, Pa.; daughters, beginning at 7:30 p. m. a,t St. Webber o~ Mrs. Audrey A. Cooper, Waynes- John's Church. Captain Fred Nussbaum of Children's Haven will be in charge of the service. m Housekeeping I will sell Valuable Personal located at 112 South Lawrence Street, Charles Va., on AY, MARCH AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A. Tragedy Hits Rippon Tragedy hit Rippon about 12:15 a. m. early Sunday morning when t.wo young men and a girl were instantly killed when ,their car trying ,to make a curve in front of the J, L. Chapman h@me left the road cutting the top from ,a pine tree and uprooting a maple tree b~'fore resting against a u,tili:ty pole. The dead were Earl Ash- baugh, Freddie Conway from 7, 1959 Knoxville and Anna Breeden from Leesburg. Conways body was IOLD GOODS, ETC. Red with springs and mattress; Walnut Table, and Chairs; Coffee Table, About 3 Overstuffed Couch, Double Irdn Bed with springs and mat- of Drawers, 2 ,Small Stands, 2 End Stands, Sewing Ma~hine',~ Frigidaire" Electric Stove, Refrigerator, new; Metal Cabinets~ Radio, Some Odd Chairs, and Other Articles that is in A-1 shape, like new. M., SHARP. found under'one of the trees and rescue workers had ,to pry open the wreckage to remove the other two bodies. The car was complete ly demolished and was carried a- way by truck. Mr. and .Mrs. Cecil Dawson and three c~hildren and Mr. Buddy Tomlin were to see Mrs. Dawson's aunt and uncle Mr. and lVlrs. J. L. Chapmanguhd~,'y~ On Sunday evening Mr. ,and Mrs. Roy B. Har ris Jr. visited his grandparents The Chapmans also. Recent visitors at ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiley and family were Mrs. Harlon Unger, MARVIN D. SMALLWOOD THARPE, Auctioneer. Clerk. March 5 - 2t. NEWBERRY / $1.00 DRAPES (:0LORs and FANCY, LOW I)RICE BOUDOIR SHADES RAYON SLIPS 69c LOW PRICE REG. 59c LADIES HAT BOXES " MODEL ATS LOW PRICE REG. 79e LOW ,PRICE $2.98 - 89c BOUDOIR ADES 'Charles Town Store two daughters Jeanle and Glenda, Mrs. Graham Royst0n, M~'s. Wil- lia, m Wood, Mr. and Mrs. HoW- ard Puckett, two childi'en, Bren- da and Bradley, Mrs: Betty Ch~p blin Mr. Snowden ,McCar, ty and Mr. Homer Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Jo~hn Kackley, four children were dinner guests with the formers brother-in-law and sister Mr .and Mrs. John Light and three daufrhters of 8tl vet SpIing Sunday. On ,their re- turn trip little Millie Kackiey WaS left to spend sevePal days with her grandmother Mrs. John Ma, gaha. Mr. and ,Mrs. Woodrow Adams two children Franklin and Pebble were callers Sunday night on the Lee Allen Heflebower farm near Summit Point. The He,flebowers not being at home t,hey motored to the Berryville skating rink. Mrs. Newton Magaha, ~three children David, Sue and Mary spent Sunday with Mr .and Mrs. Charles Adams and daughter Mar tha. Mrs. Ruth R.idgeway spent Sun day with her daughter and son-in law Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kearns at Marvin Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. Warren LaRue and two children had as Cheir house guest last week Mrs. LaRue grandmother Mrs. Henry Rut~her- ford of Berryville. Mrs. C. B. Carver and friend Mr. G. M. Eagle of Brunswick vis i ted ,Mrs. Carver's sister Mrs. J. L. Chapman Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs Walter Chapman stopped Sunday to see .his brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. L. C~apman. OVher visitors with the Chwpman's were their neigh- bars Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Adams Mrs. J,ane Allen Harris, Mrs. Vir glnia McDonald and Mr. Harry Heskett. Mr. and Mrs. Orville DeHaven and two children have been con- fined to their home this week, Lit ,tle 4 year old Gall had the ,meas- les. Mrs. DeHaven had .the flu. Ronnle was out of school on Mar day only and Mr. DeHaven was able to return to his work at the Povchwtan Brass and Iron Workst on Tuesday. Your friends :hope ~ou all a speedy recovery. Mrs. Robert Leake, Mrs. M~bel ?erks of Charles Town and Mrs. Lula Castle of H,tgerstown we~ Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs J, L. Cha,pman, At Fatal Wreck Mrs. Ruth Swavtz and Mrs. Linwood Swartz called on Ru,th's aunt Mrs. J. L. Chapman at 1 a. m. Sunday ,morning ,~,fter t~he fa- tal wreck across the road in front of the Chapman home. Mr. Chap man helped to direct the traffic Tor 3 ,hours and kncaving that Mrs. Chapman 'had Just returned from the Charles Town hospital 11 days ago Ruth thought it was her place to go see ,how her aunt was getting along, She was proud she was getting along fine after the excite sent of 3 young people get~bing killed. ENT. FAMOUS LANCASTER SHANKLESS - FULLY CO011',ED Sho~~r HAM, the Best Food, the Best Values, Be:tdt ah ps SHANKLESS CUT-- BUTT CUT-- GREEN . . 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