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i~ : k0F JEFFERSON rAmMERS ADVOCATE i rva ion of N ural ~q ] 'All members are urged to re- 59 3---A i member t'his date. A very import- lant business meeting will precede i ~tthe prgram" ath s a n d F u n eral s IJ 19S9 A,d County II : ,4-H Ham.Bacon Shows J o o+ --- "++'"""'~Wi~.t~ore. 67 died at Washington, D. C.; 14 grand-,A.Ay Mo. - - ~V~,'2liffrd +'treet in children and two great grandchild,--Ulll lli.,li.ll +*.+..Ill;Ill |'*,a+ 8:45 p. m. Sat-Pen. l i The body was taken to the MiD- [ County 4-H ham and bacon n l~erkeley Court- n.ich Funeral Home, Wilson Boule- !show and sale plans have been of the late Geoyard, Hagerstown, where the ruder completed, according to Ben Warn Whitmore. al will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. sley, associate Extension animal Was a farmer and by the Rev. J. Turnbull Spicknall. husbandman at West Virginia Un took a great in- Irtterment, will be in Elmwood iversity. Brand SIRLOIN or RIB and civic affairs. Cemetery, Shepherdstown. I Gilmer county, on March 11, GREEN of the Clear- Mecklenburg Chapter will con-:and Wood court,iV, March 19, an Church. duc~ Masonic services at~ the cem-, will hold only ham and bacon }r health, he gave etery, shows. Counties which will hold : moved to Win ..... I b~th shows and sales are: Tyler ree years ago. BENJAIVIIN O. LOCKE !and Tucker counties, March 10; Shop Aeme for ; by his wife, the Benjamin O. Locke, 97- year-old Ritchie county, March 12; Mercer the Best Food, and Gr~enoller countms March Om.e Hauptman" resident of Harpers Ferry died a- " ' "' the Best Values }eorge A. W~hit-' bout 3:30 Wednesday afternoon at : 14; Hampshire and Nicholas court -~pSter, Mrs. Edith the home of' his daughter, Mrs. ~es, March 16; .Clay county, and alld the Treat the Familyto r Arlington, Ken- Russell Stoneberger, Harpers Per- ~lant and H.aroy counties (to be Best Stamps . . e ~f Winchester ry. + eld in Grant county>, March 17, -- the Tenderest, Jutctest granb Ih ~znoz-e of Clear"The deceased had been in ill Roane and Randolph counties, !lne Hickerson of health for the past 28 years, but March !8; Pocahontas and Jack- ||'~ Steaks They EverAte "" ~wo granddaugh-he had been able to be up and son counties, March 19, and Web- Ohnston and Autaround until a week ago, his con- is~'er county, March 20. ~OP L~ss~ SNOW WHITE MUSHROOMS erson He is also dl4,ion haxing become worse at l The IA,ttle Kanawha Regional -- ptOkg29c later 'Miss Myrtle Christmas time His wife Mrs. ICouncil Ham and Bacon Show tarles Town andGrace Lillian ~cke, died in June i and Sale will be held in Parkers- LANCASTER BRAND GENUINE, TENDER YOUNG .rat 3:00 p. m. at 18, 1861 in Clarke County. Va.a }and Bacon Show and Sale will be I / l ,w,,, ~.0, Home by the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank ~held March 24-25 in Clarksburg at n-. ~ll. Un Locke. /the Stonewall Jackson Hotel. Offer P KNODE I Surviving are four sons-Philllp !!ngs. this.year will include approx- Ib t~. of Baltimore, Md.' Marshall of.rma~elY lou sugar-cured, hickory- ~node, 69, of Ha Berrvville Va Bennv at the ~ smoked country hams, and 100 eft Monday morn- home and Harry of En'gle" ,three strips of sugar-cured, hickory- _on County Hospi- daughters-Mrs. Ytussell Stoneber- i smoked country bacon. an illness of two ger of Harpers Ferry" Mrs Nora I All meats at the Sta%e Ham and LEAN STEWING LAMB ,b 15 SHOULDER LAMB .... -+,,,c ~l~ Allen of Martlnsburg;'Mrs.'l~ettle I Bacon Sale will be sold by the ~:~erdstown, he was Kidwell of Harpers Perry. Eleven |pouna-a~t public auction on Wed- SHOU -DER LAMB CHOPS + $9 M~-ATI' RIB LAMB C OPS Ib~179 [-.m and Lydia Coludgrandchildren, five great-grand* |nesday afternoon, March 25. Col. children, one half sister and a liJohn Stiles, Parkersburg will be ~y~uyLoer of St. Paul's number of nieces andnephews' i 'the auctioneer ~flation~rC,.h, .Mecklenburg, also survive. II ~' P/CNIC SMOKED -- ----- 33 ~z~: A. M. and theFuneral services will *be held I ~k~h~Am~ of Ret, ired from +the Melvin T, Strider Colon-JIICIJIICIU31U1RII .lIMAlt.L, # t t ~'~sr~' tal Home in Ranson Saturday a I I his +ifo Mrs. p. m. with the Rev. t" .... . LEAN lb ~e.; SOns- Daniel P., Hoffman of the Pentecostal Chur | .IlICIlICll d F~' b C.; W,illiam T., ch, Harpers Ferry, omciating. Bur J I '