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OF J I:FE[SON rA t, nR ADVOCATE Y, MARCH 19, 1959 ?,--A Superintendent of and Cement Cam- Heights, died General Hospit ss of six man eraployed by Stan- retiring eight life-long resident lnty, he was born a son of the late [ton and Eliza- 'ery active in chur as superinten- School Class official board Church gin until 1955. He was the Episcopal Churchyard. l The deceased had been in Char les Town seevral days prior to his death, attending the funeral of his step-mother who was buried in Charles Town. He was a native of the M2ddle- way section of this county but ,%pent most of his early life near , Kearneysville. His father died sev oral years ago. He attended Shepherd College. For some years he had been as- sociated with the Internal Reven- ue Department and most recently was head of its Miami office. of the Modern I Surviving are: his wife, two sons ca and the Odd including one in the Marines and i two daughters; two sisters-Mrs. his wife Mrs. Co- I Alston Speck of Brooksville, Md., ilt, at home; four and Mrs. W. W. Grantham, Mid- "lee Town: as- dleway. Thornton Wilt, ! ~ughter, Lor- LEAKE SERVICES grandchildren 221e funeral service for James three Ellis Leake 47, of near Berryv~lle, Appell, Mar- was conducted Monday afternoon Dailey, Char at 2 o'clock at the John H. Enders Funeral Home by the Rev. Will- and a brother, Jam Peer, pastor of the Marvin I Chapel Community Church. at the! Burial was in Green Hill Ceme- Colon-tery, Berryville. until ser-t Palbearers were James and Wil P. m. with his liam Bolder, John Willingham, Wil Sergent, and lie Pierce, George Chapman and .~s E. Brandt, a William Bryant. ,o ~ney. official Survivors are the following sis- ters and brothers: Mrs. Mary How l a Edge Hill Come- ell of Lake Orlando, Fla., Mrs. An , na Locke of Bordentown, N. J., contribut- Mrs. Susan Ashwood of Columbus, Charles Town N. J., Mrs. Stella Myers of Ruffs- in lieu of flow- dale, Pa., Sam Leake of Charles (&ctive)-Calvin Town, Mrs. Daisy Owens of Berry ld Shumaker, ville, Heywood Leake of Berryville ~, Lowell Hot-Mrs. Inez Boyd of Winchester and and Harry J i John Lake of Wright.town, N. J. Thomas Lake: m E. F. OloverMRS. JAMES ALLEN GAGEBY arner, WillardMrs Mar the Virginia Gageby, Webb and D. wife of Ja~nes Al'len Gageby, aied suddenly Monday at 5:50 p. m. at Iher home at 1241/.~ South Raleigh JR. I S4reet in Ma~'tins~burg following 'ere :held Tues fan illness of 10 years. ram Grace Ep [ Born in Harpers Ferry on Mar- :ldleway, for ch 5, 1900, she was a daughter of Jr., 48, the late Eugene W. and Mary En- Strahan Sanita.; patterne IN STOCK, World'e most beautiful ER STORE at the Same Address) Charles Town, W. Va PERS SAVES YOU ~PONJE~ WITH ROUND PAINT DISCOUNTS Save $4.00 on 4 Gallons {Mix Colors) me, Save $4.96 on 4 Gallons (Mix Colors) Paints Gal. $4.98~10% Discount on 4 Gals. 3al. $7.01-10% Discoun, on 4 Gals. .~l. 1 Gal. $7.01--10% Discount on 4 Gals. l Gal. $6.93- 10% Discount on 4 Gals, of Mixed Brands and Mixed Colors at one time YEAR ROUND!!!! O ASONRY HOMES clapboard or wood above brick h re's good news! Paint these areas with Du Pont t'IOuse Paint, and say good-bye to unsightly of the surface below! Easy to put on... wears [, . costs no more than ordinary house paint. ..'..iii!:'..:~; Prevents white-stainlng iiii~ii~!::::i below painted surfaces ::::::::.::i;::: " i:~: ; :::::: * . :~:i::" "i:i: A bndtant Wh,te iii!ii::::iiii!iiii May clso be tinted IL S SUPPLY CHARLES TOWN, W. A., PAINT SERVICE ~le Major. She was a veteran of World War I. serving as a yeomanette in the Navy and a member of Win- chester Avenue Christian Church. Surviving are her husband at home; three daughters-Mrs. Char- ;les W. Grubb, Martinsburg; Mrs. Marvin Brown in Myersville Md. Mrs. Imogene McDonald; Martins burg; five grandchildren; brother Lester Moler, High Point, Md.; and a sister Mrs. Clarence W. Spik er, Kearneysville, Services will be held Thursday at 2 p, m. at the Brown Funeral Home with the Roy. William A. Cook and t,he Rev. Howard L. Fulk officiating. Burial will be in Bunker Hill Cemetery. MRS. TURNER YATES Mrs. Annie M. Yates, 88, widow of the late Turner J. Yates, died Tuesday morning at the Charles Town General Hospital where she had been a patient since Feb. 22. Mr. Yates died August 1, 1954. Mrs. Yates was born in Rippon September 1870, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Felt- nor Lloyd of Clarke County. She was a devout member of the Char los Town Methodist Church and a faithful mem'ber until impaired health forced her retirement re- cently. Her only survivors are a number of nieces and nephews. The body remained at the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Home in Ranson until 10 this ~norning when it was taken to the Charles Town Methodist Church for services at 2:30. Her pastor, the Rev. Robert H. Hiller, offiicated and he was a~lsted by her nephew the Rev. Trago Lloyd. Burial was made in Edge Hill Cem etery in Charles Town. Bearers were as follows: Dr. Harry Langdon, Donald Kable Frank L. Ronemus, John S. Rissler Edward Lee Pine and Kable D. Johnson. LYNDON MORROW Lyndon Theodore Morrow, 61- year-old carpenter of Inwood, died at 4:30 a. m. Wednesday in Baker VA Hospital where he had been a patient for two months ~fter an illness of 16 months. Born in Middleway on May 26, 1897, he was a son of the late Jo- seph and Grace Watson Morrow. He was a veteran of World War I and a member of the Methodist Church In Middleway. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Bes sic Hoffman Morrow at home; son Lyndon T. Morrow, Jr., Doswell, Va.; daughter, Mrs. Louise E. Ed wards, Dallas, Texas; stepmother Mrs. Joseph Morrow, Baltimore Md.; four half-brothers-Joe Mor- row, Norfolk, Va.; Randolph Mor- row in Martin.burg; Robert Mor- row witJh the Armed Forces in Italy; George Morrow with the Armed Forces in Arica; and three half-sisters-Mrs. Lynwood Wilt- shire, Shepherdstown; Mrs. l~.ich- ard Harden, Baltimore; Mrs. Char les Moore, Middleway. Services will be held .S~turday at Middleway Methodist Church with the Rev. Vernon F. Beckman of Arden officiating. Burial will be in the Masonic Cemetery there. The body will ibe~removed from the Brown F~nd~al Home to the church Saturday at 1 p. m. for viewing until time of the service. By Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr The members of ?,he l.eetown Methodist Church gave a miscell- aneous shower Friday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs/Oefie Starti ,per in honor of Miss Emme Starli per who is soon to ~ecome the bride of Mr. Jimmy Locke. A very good size crowd attended and she received many nice gi{ts. The Leetown P. T. A. realized $21.70 at their bake sale ~2,ur- day in Shepherdsi~wn. A fire in the orchard a~ound the Lyle Tabb home Sunday a,f- ternoon was ra~ther exciting in the neighborhood. Mx. and Mrs. Lawrence Young of Waynesboro, 1~. visited Sun- day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford S~,arliper. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Y%trr and son ,Kim of Charles Town visited Sun day evening with the ~formers mo ther Mrs. Mary Bruce Purr. Regular preaching service Sun- day morning March 22 in the Lee- town Methodist Church by the pas tar Rev. Samuel Butcher at 10:30 Sunday School ~t 9;45. Bobby Carter Tab~ is home from school With .the .measles. Mrs. Eugene Jackson of Martins ,burg has been spending sometime at "Rose Hill Farm" with her par ents Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Slush- er whl]e her husband was under observation at Newton Baker Has ,pital. Mr. and Mrs, Marshall Wilson, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Swartz and Mrs. Martha Rudolph visited Sat- urday night with Mr, and Mrs. M. H. Wilson Jr. at their home tat Summit Point, Dinner guests with the Slushers and Wilson. on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bohrer of Big Pool, Md., and :Miss C~II ~lusher. Callers in the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Wilson, Jr., Mr. Ernest Slusher Jr., Mr. Howard Ashwood and t~vo grandchildren Gary and Becky Clem of Wln- chester, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Shanenbaugh of Pittsburgh, Pa. visited over the weekend width Mr. and Mrs. Victor Blue and fa~nily. Mrs. Dewey Underwood enter- rained her young daughter, Bar- bars with a party on her 4th bir- thday, March 16. Those present were Lois Jean Clinedinst, Terry Dunn, KaVhy Blue, Danny Jack- son, and Cindy Payne. Barbara received a number of lovely gifl~s. The birthday cake was served with ice cream 'for refreshment. Games were played during the party. Mrs. B. H. Riddl~berger was luncheon guest wi,th Mrs. Mary B. Furr on Tuesday. Mrs. A. D. Jones, Miss Dorothy Jones and Larry Jones visited Sun day ~fternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Owens and family. Don't forget next Tue~lay, Mar eh 24, is the day the Leetown Parm Women are making copper planters at ~,he home of Mrs. P. P. Owens. Mrs. 'Marian Myers will be the instruotor beginning at 10:- 30. Get All 3 at A~i.lle - - QUALITY i" ttqt l) - - Low. 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