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BURNS EASTERDAY services will be held at 11 o'clock in Church in Charles the rector, the Rev. for Paul Burns 76, well-known rest- East Washington Town, who died Feb. 25, in Charles Hospital, following of 10 days. Burial was Episcopal Church-1 Moore, Gor- Jim Wetsel, Francis John Everts and Paul Friends will be the Melvin T. Strider Home in Raison from 7 until OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE T Carli le'ernal great f Ran. On;grandfather,and herThomas=-'Rites Held Tuesday For FEBRUARY 27, 1969,A--- /Roderick, of Martinsburg, and a ; t brother, Victor Lee Carlisle, ,at Harry L. Pine, Prominent tits.wife, Ida Thomas Durham, ] the home. died s6me time ago. I Surviving area step-son, Win- aBED D"E-TTINBURN Charles Town Citizen stun Durham, Sr of McKeesport Funeral services were held Sun i Funeral services were held Pa.; one grandchild and one great day, Feb. 23 at 1 p. m. from the grandchild and a sister, Mrs. Net United Brethren Church at Lay- Tuesday afternon at 2:30 from tie LaFlame, Baltimore, Md.mansville, W. Va by the Rev. the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Philip W. Hough, for abed Art-1Funeral Home in Raison, for REBA F. NICHOLS hur Dettinburg, 85, of Brunswick I lhrry Lee Pine, 75, prominent Mrs. Reba Florence Nichols, 85, of Brunswick, Md. who died lCharles Town resident of 515 wife of David H. Nichols, Old Thursday, Feb. 20 in Charles lWashington Court, who died Sun Cave Road, Charles Town, died at Town General Hospital following I day in .Charles Town General her home there Monday, February a long illness. Burial was made Hospital. The Rev. J. Lee Will- 24th. in the United Brethren Cemetery tams, pastor of tile Charles Town Mrs. Nichols was born in in Laymansville. ] Asbury United Methodist Church Mount Jackson, Va. April 7, 1919 The deceased was born in Key-I officiated. Burial was made in and was a daughter of Otto A. ser, W. Va March 8, 1883, a son Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Ryman of Ranson and the late of the late Augustus and Mary Town. was born in Cha- April 9, 1892, a son William Paul and Roberts Easterday. he was self employed and heating field recent years he had a retired life. He was of Zion Episcopal are his widow, Naomi at the home Paul of Rippon; Cedar Grove, W. Va. Takoma, Washington; of Tydall Air Force and one daughter, Hood, of Cleveland, grandchildren; one and a half brother, of St. Joseph's ii)i NEIL ANDERSON were held Sat- at 11 o'clock from T. Strider Colonial in Ranson, for Anderson, 79-year- resident of 321, Ranson, who 'died 20 in Charles Hospital, following The Rev. William of the Charles Mrs. Annie Rebecca Helsley Ry- Dettinburg. He was a retired Bal- i man. She was a member of St. timore & Ohio Railroad employee Thomas Lutheran Church. In add and a member of the Church of ition to her husband and father the Brethren in Brownsville, Md. she is survived by one sister, Miss His wife, Nannie B. Dettinburg, Maida Ryman of Ranson. died on Feb. 5, just 15 days prior Services were conducted by the to his death. Rev. Richard E. Neal, at the The only survi~=or is a sister, Smith and Strider Memorial Fune Mrs. Hattie Green, of Annapolis, ral Home on Wednesday at 2:30 Md. p. m. Burial was in Edge HillI Cemetery. i CLAYTON ALVARO KITCHEN MRS. JOHN E. BROOKS 1 Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p. m. from the Mel Mrs. Era Shirley Brooks, 53, of vii T. Strider Colonial Funeral Route 2, Charles Town, died Ties Itome in Raison, by the Rev. day in the Charles Town hospital. Frank S. Donty, for Clayton She was the wife of John E. Alvaro Kitchen, 85, retired rest- Brooks. dent of 112 N. George street, Ran Mrs. Brooks was born in Fred- son, who died Wednesday in Cha- erick County, the daughter of the ties Town General Hospital, after late Edgar D. and Minnie De- an illness of four days. Burial Haven Shirley. will be made in the Jones Spring Surviving with her husband are' Cemetery in Berkeley County. her stepmother, Mrs. Alice Shir- Bearers will be M. R. Dawson, ley, Inwood, W. Va.; four daugh- Paul Miller, Sr Bill Mercer, ters, Mrs. Dorothy Wies, Fred- John Hough, Dimple Robinson crick, Md Mrs. Daisy Bal,linger, and Clyde Robinson. Charles Town, Mrs. Mary Jane The deceased was born in Berk Lemaster, Shepherdstown, W. Va eley County, Feb. 16, 1884, a son and Mrs. Peggy Popkins, Harp- of the late Joseph G. and Mary ers Ferry, W. Va three sons, E. Gano Kitchen. He was employ- Robert Brooks, Route 2, Charles ed for years at the Interwoven Town, Joe Brooks, Chambersburg Mills in Martinsburg before his Pa. and John E. Brooks, Reeds- retirement some time ago. He Ville, Ga four brothers, Edgar was a member of Calvary United and Harry Shirley of Winchester, Methodist Church, Jones Spring. Ralph Shirley, Wadesville and Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Lester Shirley, Raison; a half sis Mollie Stuckey of Quincey, Pa.; ter, Mrs. Cora M. Roberts, Inwood two half sisters - Mrs. Marion a half brother, John D. Shirley, Parker of Alexandria, Va.; and Winchester and 23 grand child- Mrs. Rose Frye, of Jones Spring; ren. and a half-brother, Robert Kitc- A funeral service was held hen of Martinsburg. Saturday morning at the John H. Eiders Funeral Home, Berryville with the Rev. William P. Reed Capt. William A. Smith The deceased was born in Bal- timore, Md January 13, 1894, a son of the late Robert Lee and Fannie Bell Thompson Pine. For s~me 26 years he served as an operator at the power house at the Halltown Paperboard Com- pany and for the past nine years had been a radio operator in the Jefferson County Communicat- ions Center located in the Charles Town police station. He was also a member of the Charles Tewn Citizen's Fire Company for 41 years and for many years has been a member of the Asbury United Methodist Church and the Builders Bible Class of the chu- rch Sunday School. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Edith Grove Pine, at the home; a son, Edward Lee Pine, of East Liberty street, Charles Town; grandchildren; four great grand children; and six sisters, Mrs. Ethel P. Watson, and Mrs. Blan- che P. Lewis, both of Bakerton; Mrs. Eva P. Marcus 'of Arlington, Va.; Miss Nellie M. Pine of Hunt ington, W. Va.; Mrs. Thelma P. Wingert of Satellite Beach, Fla.; and Mrs. Ruth P. Whitlock, of Melbourne, Fla. nal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Beverly K. Taylor, Charles Town. Graveside services were held in Fairview Cemetery Wednesday at 11:00 A. M. with the Rev. Helen Creamer officiating. ILL ILL Miss Dorothy Lake I.ANCASTER BRAND 100% U.S. "'" GOVERNMENT INSPECTED BEEF ? FULL CUT ! INCLUDING THE TENDERLOIN n Porterhouse Steaks Slt9 Fresh Mushrooms 39c Quartered Pork Loins" " 69 Chops lb. Sliced Bologna LANCASTER ,-,b. B.NO 6S Sliced Bacon ,S,OE. 69" LEAN . . HOME OF I e LARGL JUICY FLORIDA Veal Steaks LANCAST. BRANOFRoZEN 89 LEAN, SUGAR-CURED WHOLE 6 to 8-lb. Avg. lb. SLICED PICNICS PINK OR WHITE SEEDLESS for e o ~ e WASHINGTON STATE RED OR GOLDEN " sA 2 4e" Church of officiating. Supper guests at the home of had long been Pallbearers were John P. Retired Church Army Mists Rosie and Marquerite Pet [. Burial was Burns, Dick Burns, John H. Bay- rucci on Sunday February 16 were HilI Cemetery in les, James Fiddler, Walter Le-in/iit*0 'er Dies- In IvIU~e Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Petrucci and master and Herbert MeDaniel. SEAFOODS Meant For Lent ! Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smallwood 1 officers or members ] Flounder Fillet 89c FROZEN FOOD FA VORITES ! Town Independent l CHRISTINA ANN CARLISLE Funeral services were held on and children of Charles Town Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waugher- Monday February 10, at St. man of Thurmont, Md Mr. and o Pet Rdz Cream Pies 4 Y were: Charles F. Graveside services were held John's Episcopal Church in Belts- Mrs. Bud Pope and children of :able Johnson, Clark I U.J [l .[m. 40rosa $109 s.ib. $I[39 , Monday morning at 10 at Pleasant ville, Maryland for Captain Wil- Bolivar, Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ran- nm MIVlll elllllllJ~ COUNT '- Ib, box on James, .] wez iew C rdens near Mar- S-ra Lee au'- ouRcHolc, O, .-, al]i, Mr rid Dale Petru=i Standard Oysters s. KEo ! Ll-lOward r Lar e.rt liam.A. th, retired Chu h PRESHtY 12,oz $ 19 m ;a -,VAmTms Avi~y;ine~r, who died Feb. 7 Mr. and Mrs. James Lilla and * LANCASTER was born in Cha- Stack, of St. James uathoiic Meat Diners .AND 2 79c 1, 1889, a son Church in Charles Town, for after a long illness, sons Jay and Vince and Mr. and LENTEN FAVORITES ! k'illiam N and Mar- little Christina Ann Carlisle, of Captain Smith served as rain- Mrs. Melvin. derson "For years, Ranson, who died Saturday in ister at Saint Andrews on the The occasion was ih honor of -.:-. ---- :- BOOKBINDERS,:4b, KER Mount, Charles Town, W. Va. the twenty fifth wedding anniver- Steamed Clams . 89 BA YSAVINGS ! tirement', he was a Charles Town General Hospital. from August 1948 to October 1951 sary of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Litla . le. He was the old The deceased was born in Cha,IBOOKBINOERSMANHATTAN fthe Charles Town rles Town, Sept. 22, 1967. ,He was born in Somerville, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mason of M I lI MMORSOURRYESAVE32, . "!1' "'- ~ ill Fire Company and Surviving in addition to her Massachusetts on October 26, 1899 Rippon were recent weekend gue Clam Chowder, Sl" Ch, A g JsuPREUE,O0%WHEA, A, $100 years had been an parents are her paternal grand- He had served in the church sts of the latter s mother, Mrs. M,L0 il r.'U tounsnana Rnng Cake of trieeompany, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Army fields in West Virginia, E elynStuart. Longhorn Cheese . 79 " " " Minnesota, Lousianna, Virginia Mr. and Mrs. George Monti of and North Carolina. Richmond, Va. and Mr. Joe Dad- ~ PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT MARCH I, 1969. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ! After retiring from the Church son of Alexandria, Vm, were re- Army in 1951, Captain Smith and cent weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Dodson and son. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Armstrong and children attended a Cub Scout banquet that was held in Charles Town on Saturday even- ing. Mrs. Margaret Fellinger and daughter, Katie of Pennsylvania were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Michael D'Angelo. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner and children and Mrs. Lola Turn- er have moved .to Fort Pierson, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Dough Minnick of Martinsburg spent Tuesday night with the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moss Ranalli. Norman Gay spent Thursday his family moved to Fairfax, Va and on to Greenbelt, Maryland. He was employed by the United States Governmen until he offi- cially retired in December 1966. ACME DAIRYLAND VALUES .I FRESH GRADE "A" MEDIUM SIZE doz. C ,NOiVlOOA, SS WRAPPED . Ideal Cream Cheese '0' "" * * pkg. ,~I~ Oven Ready Biscuits P, SBOR* R-o,-J-J or BALL'ARD 4 pkgo.~li~ THIS COUPON WORTH (MFG.) THIS COUPON WORTH (MFG.) 15' CASH I I0c CASH ! IOWARDS YOUR I~IRCHASE OF 3 PKGS. 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THiS COUPON WORTH I)A i~, Green ~--- ~3 ::;.Green )A 0,~,~ Green ,r~ m ~ ,u,o-n I$fllnlpl wllk your purcl~s~ d ey three 6.oz. pkgs. ~ wt$ pw purchase d ~y ~ lelves ~ vhth your p~ chal~ ef any 3-t11~ LANCASTER BRAND ~ " SUPREME SLICED ~~ ACMlt FRESH E "~,GG;;;"" LUNCH FRESH. YELLOW BEEF MEATS BREAD Offer ixptnnSll ~arch I, 1969 ~ OIf*~ |ILl, Cot S~t ~J~ Offer IWas*Set, March I, 19t9. in ,~ 002 -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. CONSERVATIVE VIEWPOINT BY ! LOUISE LEONARD MENTAL HEALTH: is bipartisan and when It strikes we must be Providing help. would be to establish eventually in the East- a Comprehensive Community Mental Health WOnld'provide in-patient and out-patient care for IlL Early treatment, close to home, results in let's be thankful for the Charles Town Information and Referral Center, located In Building. It is NOT a treatment Renter, but with emotional and mental health prob- and how help Ran be obtained. A similar for alcoholics. someone who needs help? Suggest that they and Referral Center. Then ask our SUpport those bills which would improve mental programs. Think about it, won't you? Captain Smith is survived by his wife Mrs. Apol Smith ~f Green belt, two daughters, Mrs. Barbara Huddlestan of Portsmouth, Va Mrs. Alice Fabiszak, and two grandsons Robert and Eric Fa~b- iszak of Baltimore, Maryland. Also surviving are a sister, Mrs. Cora "Robinson and a brother Mr. Robert Smith both of St. Louis, Missouri. Mrs. Louise Stephenson Mrs. Louise P. Stephenson, night with Mrs. Betty Chapman widow of the late Richard H. and children of ttalltown. Stephonson, died Sunday, Febru-t Mr. and Mrs. Junior Harding ary 23 in the Weston State Has-lot Purcellville, Vs were Satur- pital, i day evening supper guests of Mrs. Mrs. Stephenson was born Oct- Dora Mae Kelican and family. ober 2, 1890 in Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. George Monti of and was a daughter of the late Richmond, Vs. and Mr. Joe Dad- George and Cora Williams Ms- son of Alexandria, Va. were re- sashe I cent visitors of Mr. and rMs. Mic- was a member of Saint hael D'Angelo. Phillips Episcopal Church, of Cha: Mr. Foster Lewis of Silver ties Town. The last of her immedi Spring, Md. visited with his child ate family her only survivor is ren Donna and Bil,l who are mak- one son, Bernard A. Stephensqn ing their home with Mr. and Mrs. of Stafford, Virginia." iT. W. Dillow Sr. other visitors The body was removed from 'at the Dillow home was Mr. Char- the Smith and Strider Memorial les Gary Dillow of Alexandria, Funeral H me to the Saint Phil- Va. are the parents of a son born lips Episcopal Church for services on February 23. He weighed 8 on Thursday at 2 P. M. with the pounds and 2 ounces. Rev. William Brook, Jr. officiat-i Mr. and Mrs. Norman James ing. Bolivar and Mr. and Mrs. J. . Burial .was in the Fairview' Longerbeam and son Donald Cemetery. Glenn and Miss Patricia Ains- worth were Tuesday evening visit ors of Mrs. Dora Mae Kelican and Beverly D. Taylor, Jr. family. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bond were Beverly Douglas Taylor, Jr visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Clinton St. Buffalo, N. Y. Bond on Sunday. died there Saturday, February I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chapman and 22nd. Mr. Taylor was born in I children of Halltown were Thurs Charles Town, January 2, 1929, day evening visitors of Mr. and son of Beverly D. and Harriet ,Mrs. Clifton Kelican. Dotson Taylor of Charles Town.I Terry Kelican spent the week eH was a graduate of Page Jack-end with Mr. and Mrs. Frank son High School and attended AI-iAinsworth of Harpers Ferry. lied Institute of Technology. AI Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tambascia veteran of World War II and also of Jefferson Terrace were Friday a Mason, member of Star Lodge evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. No. 1, Charles Town. J.T. Longerbeam. In addition to his parents heI Mrs. Dora Mae Kelicaa gave a is survived by one sister, Mrs. stork shower on February 14 at !Mary T. Doakes, Charles Town; her home for her daughter Mrs. four brothers, Bernard F. Tay- Jerry Bond. ]or, Trenton, N. J.; Shirley E: Taylor, Tampa, Florida; James L. AHead Taylor, Charles Town; S muel P. Taylor, Washington, D. C. Pater- iiiii!:i !!! :!i iili!i ?