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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE 7vIrs. Mary Allen, Chester Jones, of Westminster, a former re i- ~Qr~ ~,and Miss Linda lanes, all of Sum dent of Kearneysville, W. Va ~lJAI, Pl~Jl$1~l, :kKl zo, l:gdU / 2t--o t "~e ' - ~" " "--- . " s,~ m~t ram ; ti orge Jones, Samuel died Sunday, February 15, in the ." Jones, Mrs. Christine Bailey and Carroll County Ilospital after a ill "" ~ i Mrs. Amelia Stevenson, all of short illness. A member of the m~~ -~ m ~ I Berryville, Va.; Mrs. Lydia ttarri- Presbyterian Church, he was born Irai~aL~ii ~ialiii~i~ ~ w~ ]son and Paul E. Jones, both of in Jefferson County, W. Va Feb JL~J~-Jm~m~ mm~m ~ |~ E I Washington; Mrs. Barbara John- ruary 4, 1905, son of Mrs. Lillie ~mmmmm~ ~ I son, Germany; and William Jones V. McCoy Tucker, Martinsburg, ~ ~ [ Okinawa. [ and the late John D. Tucker. Services will be conducted Fri- ~.L EDMOND MYERS t Frank II. McDo.nald, (USN)Ret. !day at 2 p. m. at the Mt. Airy Mr. Tucker was one oz the first rat services were held this [ She was oorn m Harpers verry j Baptist Church at Lewisvilte, Va. employes of the Kearneysville Dn (Thursday) at 2 p. m. [ July 9, 1910 ,the daughter of .the ] by the Rev. J. B. IIale. Burial willofCreamerY'Mr, tIooge,Underwhothelatemanagementoperated Le Melvin T. Strider Colon- [ late L~r. and mrs. tienry. T: MCT. I be in the Locust Grove Cemetery the Superior Dairy in Martins- eral Home in Ranson, for [ Donald wno was presment ot I in Franklintown. burg. , Edmond Myers, 83, of lStorer College for several years. [ ,W. Va who died Tues-]She graduated from the .Hilldale[ MRS. IRENE L. ASHBY I In his early 20 s Mr. Tucker Charles Town General ]C~egwe~erHeil2dal~as aM~he~enr 1oral Mrs. Irene Longerbeam Ashby, moved to Memphis, Tenn where L The Rev. Glenn F. Stev- I ! of Berryville, Va died Sunday he was employed in a dairy there Stor officiated Burial was I the t~m omega ~oromty. ~ne was, ; ,~ ~xr;,~,o w~ ~ ; for approximately 15 years, tie a the Masonic'Cemetery at [ principal of the Baker, on School t tr~',:::i~" '"--" returned to Westminster where ~ay -" [ and upon her marriage to Stanley I "'S~l~e'was born October ~o ,cmo he was employed for a number dece ' . . I R Durkee in 19737 came to live I in Clarke Count Va f", ;~,of years in the same type of work aseo was oorn m/ " . ! y, aaugmer by the Warner Brothers Associa- ay N,- 17 1~6 . con I in AlexanDria, va. une was a mem of the late Mr and Mr~ Tnm~c,tion. ate'Geo' ~I' an~ebe~a [ ber of the Mayflower Desendants, [ Longerbeam. " 'ca M u: | Daughters of the American Revo- ~ Surviving with his mother are ~. . j ~.~ *,a~ v- I, .: h u t~ c^.; I ~ne was a memoer of the Berry his wife, Mrs.Irene Sehaffer ~s traa~ cn~ ,~nv ,~ ILiLIUII dllLl dUAlit llV~lall*ot OAlt~t.V t a .7 Vllle tJaptlsg kmurcn ls retir,~mo-t ~T,~ ws sl ,~,Funeral services will be held to- ] Tucker, Westminster; one brother ~ber of'the-Sum~ini't'Pom't[day (Thursda.~), . .Febeary 26 at [ i2u~vi~cLoar~Lsh~r thusband, Richard Tucker, Roanoke, Va.; Methodist Church,10 a. m. at the ,%verly-Wheatley] y; wo sons,two sisters, Mrs. George (Edna) ivint, Jr,' ~ in:', ~tr~,Home, 1500' West Braddock Road, ] Claude Allen Ashby, Berryville, Fleming, and Miss Minnie Tucker A~ " "'%/" ."::o'/Alexandria, Va. ]and Joseph Russell Ashby, Mar- both of Martinsburg, one niece: "~ ~erso.n ~yer.s. a~ me| ~ tinsburg; six grandchildren; two and three nephews. a son, Ralph ~ ~yers of [, ] /brothers, Hunter Longerbeam Services were conducted Wed- ~ne granucmm, tnree| t:~:~ ~ a~r~ [and Mason Longerbeam, both ofnesday, February 18, at the My- ,'~uuchildren. ] Charles E. Jones, 36, of Sum-]Berr~ille; two sisters, Mrs. Mat- ers Funeral IIome in Westmins- -- |mit Point, led Monday in the|tie Stump, Charles Town and ter, at 2 p. m. by the Rev. Iiarold '.MARIAM M. DURKEE |Win.chester, Va Memorial Hos-/Mrs" Grace Rosenberry, Berryville B. Helfrich. Burial was in Kri- Ma,~,~, ~ r ~ ~/pitaL I Services were conducted Wed-der's Cemetery in Westminster. F'el~rua~" 2~'at~C~rc~ei Ite was born in Clarke County, ]nesday at 2 p. m. at the John 'Hospital in Alexandria,] Va July 2, 1933, son of Edward H. Enders Funeral Home, Berry- JO~CRE an illness of some,R. and Josephine Berry Jones. [ ville, by the Rev. Albert Ray Wil- John Lewis Whitacre, 92 of rt. She is survived by her| Surviving are his wife, Mr~ t liams? of, Va Buria! 1, Kearneysville, W. Va died aney R. Durkee and| Lula V. Underwood Jones; five |was x n me vrovmence t~rmpei last Tuesday night at the Charles anley B. Durkee andi children - David N Charles E ] L;emetery m t~zar~e t;ounty. Town General Hospital. Durkee, two sisters, I Jr Sharon Alice, Kirk Dwain| and Eliza-] and Curtis Lee Jones, all at the/ RAYMOND E. TUCKER Mr, Whitacre was born August Carpwood 27, 1877 in Fredrick County, a son and a brother,| home; 11 brothers and sisters --t Raymond Eugene Tucker, 65, of the late John P. and Susan Lut- trell Whitacre. Ite was a retired farmer and a member of the save you more money, we don't Come in and call on us, and let us explain what we mean. Our credit manager has no financing problem, at our lot. The local cutie returned to the sorority house after her first breakfast at a neighboring fraternity house with her steady boy friend. Asked What she had, she replied dreamily, "Him and egg." Chevrolet 2.Door Hardtop $1595 Dodge 2-Door Hardtop (Fully Equipped) 1595 Chestnut Grove United Methodist Church. His wife, the former Miss Ver- tie Ashton, died on Jan. 14, 1958. Surviving are five children; Miss Ethel Whitacre of Kearneys- ville, Mrs. Harry (Evelyn) Mas- ters and Mrs. Charles (Lucille) Bennett of Inwood, Bernard W. Whitacre of Cumberland, Md and Bruce A. Whitacre of Win- chester; 10 great grandchildren. Five sons preceded him in dea- th. A funeral service was conduct- ed at 2 p. m. Tuesday at Omps Funeral Home by the Rev. Joe B. Monger. Burial was made in Chestnut Grove Cemetery. MRS. C, J. HILL Funeral services were held Monday, Feb. 23, at 2 p. m. from the Melvin T. Strider Sudley Fun eral Home in Shepherdstown, for Ford Falcon 4-Door, V-8 1095 Mrs. Emma Florence Hill, 89, of West Prospect Avenue, Shepherds Old nobfle onvertlbte (Fuily Eqmpped) ~ ~:, ~.~J 5 town, who died Thursday, Feb. ~'. ~.~: 19, in King's Daughters .Hospital' Ford 4-Dr. Sedan, R H Aut Air 119a r. in Martinsburg. The Rev. Charles J. Cathcart of Shepherdstown, of- 1965 Ford LTD 4-Dr. Hardtop, (Fully Equipped), Air 995 ficiated. Burial was made in Edge 965 Mercury Comet, R H Auto,: 595 Hill Cemetery in Charles Towr~. The deceased, widow of Craven 1965 Buick 4.Dr. H. T. (Fully Equipped), Air 1395 James Hill, who died in 1952, was 1965 Ford 4-Dr. Galaxie 500 Station Wagon 1095 born in Jefferson County, April 7, 1880, a son Of the late Thomas and Alice Shirley Brantned. She 1965 Jeep Station Wagon 4-Dr 1095 was a member of the New Street ,:!964 Chevrolet 2-Dr. H. T Scoop on Hood, 327 Engine, 4-Spd 1195 Methodist Church in Shepherds- town and the WSCS and Ladies 1964 Chevrolet 4-Dr 695 Bible Class of the Church. Surviving are four daughters --- 4 Chevrolet 4-Dr. H. T R H Auto. 1095 Mrs. Marie Derr of Shepherds- 5 Pontiac Bonneville 2-Dr. H. T .' 995 town; Mrs. Joe E. (Irene) Sutton of Charles Town; Mrs. James 3 Chevrolet Super Sport Cony.' 4.Spd . i' : 995 (Betty) Thompson of Martinsburg Mrs. Guy (Charlotte) Moler, Plea- 3 Chevrolet Impala ?,-Dr. H. T 895 sant Gap, Pa.; five grandchildren; ckups . ' Each 895 three great-grandchildren 1963 Ford -Ton Pi 6-Cylin( ,r & 8 ,Cyli clef) ROBERT G. JENKNIS II / I 1 ~ 1 1 1 Funeral services were held A petting party is an affair that lasts until someone gives in, gives Tuesday, Feb. 24, at 11 a. m. from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial oor gives out. Funeral Home in Ranson, for Ro- bert G. Jenkins, 93, of Charles Town, who died Saturday, Feb,21, (One 6-Oylinder & one 8,Cylinder) ROBERT G. JENKNIS ~ i --,- ~ 'uneral s ,rv ces were : v is an affair thai las]s until sum| claY,MelvinFeb i ',4 triderlt 11 a. Co:,m'J|] ral Home in Ranson, f(n ] G. Jenk ns 93, of Ct~; ~ i mmm l, who die I ~ Rurday, F.~ , i IS AN {][F[!R ON in eharlesTownGeneralHospital The Rev. J. Lee Williams, pastor of the Charles Town United As- bury Methodist Church, officiated. 6 Plymouth 2-Door '60 Cadillac 4-Door Hardtop Burial was made in Hillsboro, Va. ~ The deceased was born in Win Pontiac 4-Door $59 Oldsmobile chester, Va Sept. 25, 1876, a son 4.Door of the late Harry H. and Theresa Chevrolet 4-Door '61 Rambler 4.Deor Allison Jenkins. He had worked prior to retirement for a number Frd 4-Door '55 Chevrolet 4-Door of years with the P0s, toffice De- partment and the Santa 50 More Cars To Choose From -- $40 AND UP Fe Rail- road COmpany. He was a member of the Methodist Church and a former member of the American A man is getting old when he runs out of gas after he has run out Legion. His wife, Mrs. Anna Jen- t gaS. kins, died in 1936. i Surviving is one brother, Goff ,C. Jenkins of Levonia, Michigan. FRIENDLY & THANKFUL CUSTOM MOTORS FRIEND OSCAR M. DICK, SR. Funeral services were held Wed Try The Men That Have The "Know How" nesdayat2p, m. from the Central Chapel in Ganotown, for Oscar Murvel Dick, Sr 71, of West Race street, Martinsburg, who (Over 20 Year's Experience At Selling & Financing Cars) died Sunday, Feb. 22, in Kings Daughter's Hospital in Martins- US! burg. Burial was made in the YO~ Won't Be Sorry, Mle~e church cemetery in Ganotown. Born in Berkeley County, he was the son of Robert Washing- OPF2 9 h. M. TILL S P. ton and Angeline Shimp Dick, He was a member of Central Chapel in Ganotown, W. Va. (Your BankAmericm'd & Master Charge Card Welcome Here) He was a retired orchardist. Following World War II, he was advisor for war veterans in the Your FriendlyAnd Thanldul Farm Training Program in Berk- eley County. 'USTOM MOTORS Inc He issurvivedbyhiswife, Mrs. Eva Dick; one son, Oscar M. Dick Jr. of Falling Waters; four daugh- i ~ ters, Mrs. Homer Spitzer of Lau. Deal -- "Where Qual ty And Prices Meet" --" Deal rel, Md Mrs. John W. Whitacre of Whitacre, Va Mrs. James E. Watson Jr of Charles Town, and Call 267-8649 -- Wihon Street ---Call 267-8649 Mrs. Raymond Burkhart of Hed- gesville; one step-son, Oliver F. MARTINSBURG, W. VA. Grim of Hollywood, Calf,; 17 grandchildren; 13 great grandchil- dren and one sister, Mrs. Jasper Myers of Hedgesviile. FRESHEST PRODUCE UNDER THE SUN! FRESHLY SHUCKED, MARYLAND THIS WEEK'S FEATURE ITEM IMPORTED CHINA DESSERT DISH only WITH COUPON ON RIGHT