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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE T iiand. , Rt. 1, l arper Ferry; a RSr xr 9' . /, randmother, Mrs. Sarah Blake, 1$2~kl. i1:llklL ][-][ ..~t, t~)~) '~----'> ^-"^'~" "': .... i-~'" -rand ....... ~ ~ [ BvL~eley opt'Lug.,,; c g.~ g ' - [children;a sister. Mrs. Mildred ~~ ] Bearers were: Kenneth Court-/Ann Lamadrid, Memphis, Tenn.; ,d~ ] [ney, David Courtney, Joseph and two brothers, Charles Edward _~:.~::~[ ] Henry, Jr., Richard Henry, Jerry : Blake, Woodbury, N. ,l.; and Rich I IIqmllgl| hlmi~,~'i [Fry and Larry Largent. . lard Lee Blake, Eldorado Springs, m RIlU||Ndll ll i ] The deceased was born in lviar-lColorado ll" I ]tinsburg, April 4, 1947, a son ofI ~" | [Donald Rogers of Bunker Hill l DAVID MORNINGSTAR I land Mrs. Louise Hedges, Martins-] ........ ~~-ffi.,,~d | bur~ tto wa~ an emnlovee of the l uavid tt. Morningstar hi, o~ cv. ~ ,, r e ' ....... [O'Sullivan Rubber Company in [617 George St., Hagerstown, Md., ,~ H~id ]Ad~v [~Nr ]Winchester Va and a member[died Thursuay ~aarch 17, at nis ,v ...... v~$ .v. ]of the *Snv'der 'i~ U B Church lhme after a long illness. R ,re.n.. ] in Hed-esville " " " ] Son of the late John David and rence K0gers Kn,ea I Charles Town State Trooper M. [Bessie Morningstar,..he was a _ [ M. Davisson, who investigated the | memoer of the Baptist Church Falllnn rat At HnmA l accident, said Mrs. Rogers re-Ira Leetown: tie reur.ea a.year ----,m.as~ rum rlm nsvnsa ]ported to him that she went in-|ago as a rLver 1or ulty aneral services wer, hold thi [to the area of their propertyl of Hagerstow.n. , .... ...... ~''~'~''''~I where her husband had beenl ~urvlvors include Daughters, ~oon .~Tnursaay) at z:~u. P. lworkin, on an old car at about[Mrs. Katherine Demory, Leetown :na? ~eo,~}ei~nn(l'" ,Str~e.r/a p. m. to talk with him. But/Mrs. Violet Myers, .Mrs. Mamie f.. r ........... ~ D..(,.... | when she dLd not see him aroundi KODISOn, Mrs. ~.ls~e lviarone, rs. ~" "~.~. ...... "" ~"~'~'~'ishe went back to the house |Barbara Mills and Mrs. Connie v[ near Summit Point, who ' " Mis" ace ................. [ thinking he had gone somewhere/Short, all of Hagerstown, . s IUCZ]L!y Klllef.I ~wonoay aTt-|with someone. Then about 5:,~0| Betty Jane Morningstar, at home; )O~oat h~ home when a car~when he didn't come into the[sons, John D., Robert L., Donald ~, ,, ,,,,,,..~,~ ~v. ~,~,~ui ..... ' E ~" -f Ha"erstown" sisters Mrs tiaras Raster - ,h,~ ch.v,~lnouse sne went again to see a-/ ., a~x us . , . ~1 AsbHrv Moth),~l~-~'~ o'~ZZ*.,~"[ bout him. It was after she called~ Margaret Fellers, l~.noxville, Mrs. ~,-', --< :'- ......... .'~"~:~,"1tn him and ho failed to answer] Sarah Weisenourg, t,eetown, ~rs. ~,ateU ana ne was asslsteu oy "- " / a o .......... [ that she began to check closer Bessxe Fellers, Ch rles T wn, Mrs ev. aonn lxeicnner, oi/ -" .... a*"-" a*r~l;"'~o F -derick bro "tinsbur Buri was ../around tne car to see wnetner ,..a.s ,,,, , - . . .... y .... i or not he was there Whe- she thers, Garland and William, both masonLc uemelery an Middle-[ looked under the car she ound of Martinsburg; 19 grandchildren | the car had dropped down on her and a number of nieces and neph- "-- | husband's neck and chest as he ews. working, on it The body was removed to the ................................... Mrs Rogers call'ed some neigh- Rest Haven Funeral Chapel. [ burs to help extricate the body Funeral services were held Sun ] which was then brought to the day at 2 p. m. at the chapel with Charles Town General Hospital VOTE FOR M. DANDRIDGE l agFormer Prindpal" Of e Jackson High School (The Mar With School (EXperience And Training) FOR THE JEFFERSON COUNTY 130ARD OF EDUCATION Your Vote Appreciated Jan. 27-TE Pd. Pal. Adv. where Dr. Mildred Williams, pro- nounced death by accident. In addition to his wife, Mrs. Peggy Virginia Rogers, the de- ceased is survived by parents, seven half-sisters--Miss Const- tance Hedges, Martinsburg; Miss Mary Ann Rogers, Bunker Hill; Miss Jean E. Hedges and Miss Fatricia Hedges, both of Martins. burg; Miss Lee Rogers and Miss Ginger Rogers, both of Bunker Hill and Miss Teresa Hedges, of Martinsburg, and one half broth- er, Dennis Hedges, Martinsburg. THUS. F. HAMMOND, SR. Thomas Fred Hammond, Sr., 80, of Martinsburg, died Sunday afternoon in King's Daughters Hospital. He had been in failing health for the past several years. Born in Jefferson County, son VOTE I OR of the late Thomas and Emma JOHN P. BURNS, Jr. MeKee Hammond, he had farmed in Jefferson County earlier in his , FOR life and was a member of the Commissioner First Presbyterian Church. His wife, Mrs Macie Marshall Ham- I(ABLETOWN DISTRICT round, diecl May 2, 1965. Surviving are two sons, Charles "Xperienced County Farmer M. Hammond, Harrisonburg, Va. YOUR SUPPORT and T. Fred Hammond, Jr., AIa- ILL BE APPRECIATED bama Ave., Martinsburg; eight grandchildren, ten great - grand- Feb. 10-TE, Pd. YOUR VOTE and support will be appreciated by -- John N. Newcomer Candidate For t nty Commissioner tlarpers Ferry District (Owner and Operator) Cliff side Motel) 10-tf.opd. 1 Will Appreciate Your VOTE And SUPPORT J. Edward Magaha ---FOR--. . %t nty Commnsmoner t AI3LETOWN DISTRICT Feb. 17-TE, Pd. RE-ELECT GEORGE R. CRIM O_ FOR t nty Commissioner I BLETOWN DISTRICT VOTE & SUPPORT LL BE APPRECIATED pAT THE MAY 10 RIMARY ELECTION 24-TE-Pd. FOR & RE-ELECT "Sam" HENKLE Man With Experience ttnty Commissioner ---FROM--- ltarpers Ferry District I AT THE MAY I0 RIMARY ELECTION the Rev. G. Bartow Harris officiat ing. Burial was in the Rest Haven Cemetery. JOHN F. PALMER, JR. Graveside services were held Thursday morning, March 17, in Fairview Cemetery by the Rev. D. M. Hughes, of Bolivar, for John Franklin Palmer, Jr., infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Frank- lin and Eva Dianna Fauble Palm- er, of Bolivar who died in Charles Town General Hospital 13 hours after birth Tuesday, March 15. In addition to his parents, the infant is also survived by grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sewell B. Palmer of Bolivar and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shipe, Weverton, Md. and a sister, Dianna Lynn Palmer, at the home. MABELISE-'M~HAMMOND Funeral services were held on Wednesday morning, March 23, at 10 o'clock from the Eackles Funeral Chapel, in Harpers Fer- ry, for Mabelle Mary Hammond, 76, of Brunswick, Md., who died Monday, March 21 in Brunswick, following a long illness. The Rev. Harold Beck of Brunswick, of- ficiated and burial was made in Samples Manor, Md. Grandsons of the deceased ser- children; one brother, Ned Ham-red as bearers. mond, Bardane add a number of The deceased was born at nieces and nephews. Pleasantville, Md., Feb. 26, 7890, Services were conducted Tues- a daughter of the late John Ad- Each child recei ,ed a favor. 't'h guests were: Nicote Stuckey, Charlotte Thomas, Evelyn Hall, Lisa Smith, Timmy Stride. Adults were: Mrs. Monte Stuckey, Mrs. Edith Thomas and Mrs. Bucky Stride. Callers during the past week- end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jackson were: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gano and daugh- ter and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carter. Mr and Mrs. Richard ttess and family of Boonsboro and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Welsh and son, of Takoma Park, Md., visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Welsh on Sunday. Mrs. Ercel Boyd returned home from City Hospital on Saturday. Her daughter, Mrs. R. tI. Watson Jr., Ann Kathleen and Elizabeth are with her this week. Stork Shower Mrs. Cavin Thompson, Shep- herdstown, was guest of honor at a stork shower at the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. C. D. Thompson, on Friday night. And bountiful refreshments of chicken salad sandwiches with pickles and olives, potato chips, cake, ice cream and punch were served. Guests were: Mrs. Patrica Snyder, and children and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Thompson and family of Bakerton, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thompson and family of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Edberts, Harpers Ferry, Mrs. Charles Brown, Mrs. Jimmy Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wiley and Mrs. Joanne Cave and children, from Shenandoah Jctn., Mrs. David Payne and children and Mr. Paul Thompson, Bardane, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson, Mrs. Saylor Spickler and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, Martinsburg, Mrs. George Cox and Pam, Mrs. Walter Judy and Tonia, Nancy Welsh, Mrs. Marvin Thomas and Char- lotte, Mrs. Mary Jones and Mrs. James Gilbert. Lt. and Mrs. John H. Dick and daughters have been transferred to Walters Field, Mineral Wells Texas. Lt. Dick is training at the helicopter flight school. The Evergreen Four H Club held its March meeting at the Presbyterian Church on Friday night with Miss Ginger Creamer and Mrs. Harold Buhrman, co- leaders, present. Miss Mary Ever- hart, president, conducted the business meeting. "Who Helps With Health" was presented by Susan Day, Mary Creamer and Sandy MeKee. The three girls reported a County Health meet- ing they had attended in Charles Town. Announcement was made of the public meeting to be held in April. At conclusion of the program, Miss Mary Creamer served refreshments. Go To Church Sunday day at 2 p. m. at Rosemont, Kog- ams and Maggie Elizabeth Deitz- elsehatz and Coffman Funeral ler Hughes. Her husband, Will- Home, by the Rev. Dr. S. R. tams. Hammond, died some time Diehl. Burial was made in Elm-iago. wood Cemetery, Shepherdstown. I Surviving are three daughters,-_ I Mrs. Margaret Lerch, Harvey s LEE GREGG MARKLE I Lake, Pa.; Mrs Mary Kronk, of OBSTETRICAL uneral . erv ce. held I Brunswick, Md i Mrs Iola Rosen- F ............ i___were ..... " ro Pa t Mr. and Mrs. John F. Palmer, berry, Waynesbo , , we sons, Wednesday morning at 10:30 from I ...... "" - - - I Harpers Ferry, March 15, a boy. th. Molvin 'P . trider Colonial onn r ammona, runswLcK; ano Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fellers, ....... -- Robert Hammond of Yarrows- Funeral Home in Ranson, for . Harpers l 'erry, March 17, a girl. burg, Md, also 24 grandchildren Lee Gregg Markle, 81-year-old re -" Mr. and Mrs. Donald Duncan, tired Jefferson County farmer, and 34 great grandchildren. Shepherdstown, March 18, a boy. who died Monday in King's Dau. ghters Hospital, Martinsburg, following an illness of 10 days. The Rev. Allen Bartlett, rector of Zion Episcopal Church, Charles Town of which the deceased was Mrs. Elsie Hamstead a mem, ber, officiated. Burial was . made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Guest of Honor Charles Town To "h0ma " f Th* war h-rn To mmy T S was a gues o ers--- .... .., ^,,,, .... honor at h me-coming d nner o* e ate* a nuel'T' nnd aK a 'elgiven by his parents. Mr. and "-." ......... "- I Mrs Marvin Thomas, at their ;rLm ~arKie. tie naa oeen maK-lhom n Sunda Durin his four ing his home with a niece, Mrs I e o .... y: g _ . r Rout oo,'lyears ot enlEstea service, ne nau ne vi'l " " -i -" -I been statxo ed at Lackland A. F. a : niSLIncefems earestErement B, Biloxi, Miss, Homestead, Fla Survivin gn addition g'the and the last station King Salmon: c -- .... Alaska, from which he received ale e, tne aeeeaseu Es survived oy hio ai*char-e He 1o,,, on fou Vollo,, o ,, o .............. ................. a ....... " Wed-o~da,,,,,.o ., Th,. ...... ~,.,,~,,,,,~ ....... ,,~s -, kle and Miss Lottie Markle, who " " so the observance of the birthday also reside with the niece, Mrs. of a second son, Tony. Guests Smith; Mrs. Grace Crawford, Day were: Mr. and Mrs. William Row- is, W. Va.; and Mrs. Gertrude Har land and family and Mr. and Mrs. mon, Coolingsdale, Pa.; and two Gary Stolipher, Martinsburg, Air- brothers - Charles Markle of Win man Mason Rowland, Washing- chester, Va.; and Robert T. Mar- kle of Bowling Green, Ky. STUART HUNTER BLAKE Funeral services were held ton, D. C., Mr. Frank Minor, of Charles Town, Willy Tabler*, of Shepherdstown and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Putman and Brenda. Mrs. Albert Jackson was a pat- Tuesday at 2 p. m. from the lent at City Hospital for several Church of the Nazarene, Martins- days last week, where she had burg, for Stuart Hunter Blake, 31, foot surgery. of 218 E. Avery street, Martins- burg, who was found dead in his car, about 10:30 Friday morning on Winchester Avenue in Mar. tinsburg. The lRev. A. V. Keeseck er officiated and burial was made in Pleasant View Memory Gar- dens, near Martinsburg. The deceased was found slump- Mrs. Norman Whetzel was in Washington, D. C. last weekend. She saw the Annual Flower Show as a guest of her sister, Miss Margaret Zombro. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harding and sons, Wheat.n, Md., were the weekend guests of Mrs. Edith Thomas. ed over a single barreled, 12- Mr. and Mrs. Ben A. Brodovicz, gauge shotgun with a wound in Camp Hill, Pa., were guests of the abdomen. Martinsburg City the latter's grandmother, Mrs. W. Police said a fired shell case was B. Hammond, last weekend. SURGICAL Little Jerry R. Viands, Charles Town; Master Derwin A. Layton, Raison; Mr. Elmer W. LaRue Ranson; Mrs. Janice M. Frye, of Inwood, Rt. 1; Mrs. Muriel M. Nunn, Harpers Ferry; Master Joseph P. Harrington, Brunswick Md.; Mrs. Ethel L. Lancaster, of Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2; Master Cliff R. Miller, Charles Town, Rt. 1; Mrs. Wanda V. Feagans, Charles Town. MEDICAL Mrs. Bertha A. Manuel, Harpers Ferry; Mr. Kenneth R. Wilcox, Charles Town; Mrs. Mary E. Al- ger, Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2; Little Julia M. Morris, Charles Town Mr. James H. Payton, Summit Point; Mrs. Jean K. Penwell, of Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. Ethel L. Hann, Brunswick, Md.; Baby San- dra S. Johnston, Ranson; Baby Debra L. Frye, Halltown; Mrs. Betty A. Harder, Millville; Mr. Stanley Small, Ranson; Mr. George E. Vickers, of Charles Town; Baby Jeffrey S. Kelican Charles Town; Mrs. Helen M. Langmaid, Bethesda, Md.; Mrs. Laura A. Dickers.n, of Charles Town, Rt. 1; Mrs. Matilda B. Merchant, Raison; Mr. Gregory P. Fellers, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Sadie K. Moore, of Shenandoah Junction; Mrs. Beulah I. Pierson, Charles Town; Mrs. Nancy J. Swartz, Kearneysville, Rt. 1; Mr. Davis W. May, Charles Town; Mr. William M. Jones, Charles Town; Baby Pamela R. Bragg, Charles Town; Mr. Marvin W. Maphis, Raison; Mrs. Constance Stewart, Harpers Ferry; Little Jacquelin Lee Clark, of Charles GI~EEN STAMPS HUNT'S SLICES OR HALVES 1.lb., 13-~z. COl1 |UY 2 CANS AT REGULAR LOW PRICE... 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