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0P JEFFERSON FARMERS MARCH 26, 1959 hs and It, MARSHALL were held this from the Colonial Funeral Riddle Marshall, Town business Who died Tues- :15 at the Char- Hospital follow- Mr. Marshall morning at ass Washington Condition be- Worse later in the red to the Char- Hospital. I{e liv ADVOCATI i Funerals , ,z,I stricken. The Rev. Robert H. Hill- er, pastor of the Charles Town Methodist Church, officiated and burial was made in Edge Hill Cem etery in Charles Town. The deceased was born in Berry ville, Va. July 27, 1886, a son of the late James A. and Sallie Lan- caster Marshall. He was ~.n active member of the Charles Town Me thodisb Church. From 1913 until 1946 the de- ceased was associated with the Burns & I!arshall hardware store and a]so during that time he was engaged in farming in Jefferson ~uperv~:,or ior Jc:ffel-,on Cotd]t.y for several years, resigning the ?~---.A post in 1948. Surviving at the home is his wife, Mrs. Edna Burns Marshall; also four daughters-Mrs. Donald Kable of RFD, Charles Town; {Mrs. Edward Lee Pine, Washing- ton Court, Charles Town; Mrs. !Jean Marshall O'Bannon of Ran- son; Mrs. Donald Cline of South Chnrch Street, Charles Town; two sisters-Mrs. Ro~ M. Baker, Ran- son: Mrs. ,lu lia A. Olsen, Florida; one brother, Alfred R. Marshall. Ten grandchildren also survive. Bearers were: John L. Burns, Jr., James W. Milton, William Gra cey, Julian Glasscoek, Marshall Orndorff, Norman Rider, Earl Bane, Lawrence Mahone. after he was county. He served as State Road P RT ...... RE OF CONDITION 0P BANK & TRUST COMPANY son County, West Virginia, at the close of business a State banking institution organized and banking laws of this State and a member of rye System. Published in accordance with a call Authorities and by the Federal Reserve ASSETS With other banks, including reserve Cash i'tems in process of collection..$ 440,038.67 obligations, direct and 395,518.00 15,1t2.26 ~.- . ....................... . ............ ~tates and political subdivisions ....... inCluding $5,250.00 stock of Federal 5,250.00 trtts (including $35.79 overdrafts) .... 968,006.42 n 17,,18.03 ....................................... 4,020.99 A~ETS .................................. $1,845,194.37 LIABILITIES of individuals, partnerships, and "i~"~'i:"3-:;:,'-uwcmais 'parinerslaips; "and ........ $ 796,722.96 ...... 676,084.41 States Government (including .... ". ............................... 37,766.11 and political .subdivisions .......... 77,888.96 17,310.23 ertified and officers' checks, etc.).. 15,330.29 ................... $1,621,102.96 ....................................... 21,001,58 L n r ss ............................. $1,642,104.5 CAPITAL ACCOUNT ....................................... $ 100,000.00 ...................................... 75.000.00 28,089.83 ~AI~rI'AL ACCOUNTS .................... 203,089.83 AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .... $1,845,194.37 consists of: With total par value of__$100,000.00 MEMORANDA assigned to secure liabilir, ies and ................................ $148,468.75 Mullen President, and Ernest O. Siler, Cashier, d bank, hereby certify that the above statement of our knowledge and belief. ERNEST O. SILER, Cushier. C. D. BOYER, D. M. HENESY, Directors. County of Jefferson, ss: SUbscribed before me this 23rd. day of March, 1959. VIRGINIA LEE SMALLV~GOD, Notary Public. expires January 12, 1969. Strahan Sanita~; patmrns ~N STOCK, World's most beautiful STORE the Same Addrt~s) Charles Town, W. Va ERS SAVES YOU ,PONEk WITH ROUND PAINT DISCOUNTS ~ne Save $4.00 on 4 Gallons {Mix Colors) Save $4.96 on 4 Gallons ~Mix Colors~ $4.98---10% Discount on 4 Gals. $7.01--10% Discoun, on 4 Gals. 1 Gal $7.01--10% Discount on Gals. 1 Gak $6.93 10% Discount on 4 Gals. ff Mixed Brands and Mixed Colors at one time ROUND~!H HAND YOU THE FOOD ELECTRIC 13-CUBIC-FOOT Automatic Defrosting Refrigerator Big Zero-Degree ROLL-OUT Freezer 202 EMOVABLE A Big Trade In le Bins, Conditioner. Allowance 'Match colors. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. JAMES H. JOItNSON James H. Johnson, 81-year-old carpenter, died Saturday night, at his home in Ransom He was born in Little Washing- ton, Vs. on March 8, 1878. Suzwiving are two step-daugh- ters-Mrs. John Boyer and Mrs. C. C. Clark, Charles Town; foster daughter, Mrs. Raymond Ford, Ransom and a foster-son David Dillow, Ransom Friends were received at the Melvin T. Strider Company Colon- ial Funeral Home here, where set vices were held Wednesday at 2 p. m. wiVh the Rev. Robert H. Hiller of Charles Town Methodist Church offiicating. Burial was in Edge Hill Ceme- tery here. PAUL NELSON JENNINGS Funeral services were held this morning (Thursday) at 11 a. m. from the Grace Episcopal Chm,ch, Middleway, for Paul Nelson Jen- nings, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jennings, of Middleway, who died Tuesday, March 24 at the Charles Town General Hospital after an illness of many years. Burial was made in Masonic Cemetery at Mid dleway. The deceased is survived by his parents and two sisters, Mrs. James Hafer of Middleway and Mrs. Benjamin Hoover, Harrison- burg, Va. He was a member of Cork Street Christian Church, Winchester, Va. He was gradua,ted from Charles Town High School and attended Shepherd College and West Vir- ginia University. JOHN HARRISON HALL John Harz%on Hall, retired Mar ine Engineer died Monday night at the Charles Town General Hos pital following a lengthy illness. He had been in the hospital about three weeks. Born in Spice Grove, Jefferson County, t,he deceased was ason of the late John Hire and Louisa T. Tabb Hall. Surviving are: Miss Louise Hall at the home on East Liberty street Charles Town; Mrs. Richard B. Pue of Baltimore, Md.; and a bro ther, Baker Hall of Charleston W. Va. Funeral services were conducted from the home of the deceased this afternoon (Thursday) at 2 p. m. by the Rev. Stanley F. Hauser rector of Zion Episcopal Church~ Charles Town assi~d by the Rev) Carlyle McDonald, ~aastor of the Charles Town Presbyterian Chur- ch. Burial was made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. Bearers were: Dr. Earl Allara Robert Smith, Lyle Tabb, Philip Porterfield, Jr, Thornton Perry and Howard Clendening. ROBERTO FIERRO Umberto l~)berto Pierre, 62, ore mi~en,t orchardist and fruit brok er of MarLinsburg died l,ast Thurs- day a~fternoon in City Hospital there. He suffered from a heart ailment. A native of San Maura LR Bru- ce, Salerno, Italy, Mr. Fierro was educated in Italy, attended the Italian Naval College and served in the Italian Air Force in the First World War. He was taken ~rlsoner by the Germans. He came to this country in 1921 at the age of 22 and joined a bro- ther in Martin,burg. They were associated in the wholesale fruit and produce business for some time More recently. Mr. Fierro had been in business exclusively as a fruit broker with an estima- ted annual gross business of two million dollars. The funeral was held Sunday at 2 p. m. at Rosemont. the KogeN schatz and Coffman Funeral Home in Martinsburg, conducted by the Rev. S. R. Diehl, retired Presby- terian minister and the Rev. Geo rge F. Lemolne. rector o$ the Epis copal Church there. Burial was in Rosedale Ceme- tery. L. W. THOMPSON Lester Webster Thompson, 83, of Shepherdstown, died Saturday night in King's Daughters Hospit- al in Martinsburg where he was rushed by Ryneal Ambulance. He was stricken suddenly earl- ier at his home. Well-known in the Shepherds- ,town area, he had farmed in ,the Moler's Crossroads section and years ago .was a partner in the [Carter-Thomgson Flour Mill in Shepherd,town. t Born near Shepherdstown on [March 30, 1875, he was a son of [the late Boston O. and Sarah E ] Hun,ter Thom,pson. He was a mem~ber of New Street Methodist Church there. Surviving are: two sons-R. B. Thompson, Hampton, Va.; L. Wil- ton Thompson, Fairmont; daugh ter, Mrs. Kathryn Rexrode, Shep- herdstown; and a sister, Mrs. Ida Ca~ter, Shepherdstown. The body was removed to the late home where services : were held Tuesday a,t 2:30 p. m. with his pastor, the Rev. Randall Par- sons, officiating. Burial was in Elmwood Ceme- tery in Shepherdstown. DRAFT BOARD OFFICE TO CLOSE MARCH 30-APRIL 1 Mrs. Helen Glenn, clerk of the Jefferson County Selective Board offices in Charles Town, unnoun- ced Wed,nesday that the office will be closed Monday and Tuesday, March 30-31 and also Wednesday, April~l, because she will be out M town. Don't Forget Your Easter Seal Contributions. STOCK UP NOW--ACME MARKETS WILL BE CLOSED EASTER MONDAY savings ga -for Shoppin Shankless Cut; lb Butt Cut; lb Lean Smoked Shank Cut; lb (Some -.c.Butt lb removed) Cut; CENTER CUT SLICES OF HAM ,b 98c With Easter Ham or Turkey Serve Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce 16-oz cans C Lancaster Brand 6~-Ibs, ea OVEN-READY LANCASTER BRAND Young Hens - - 11-14 Ibt LANCASTER BRAND TENDER WESTERN BEEF lb ARMOUR'S STAR BONELESS 4-1b $| can /, Lancaster Brand Dry Cured Sliced Bacon 'b pkg 59 "'YOU NEVER HAD IT SO FI~ESli'" FOR EASTEll SNAPPY, ROUND VALENTINE GREEN lhs, lb U. S. No. 1 MD. NEMAGOLD Ibs C U. S, 1 Ibs B autiful. Blooming Pott@d Plants at Most Acmes MICHIGAN Anderson's Rose Bushes 100 .1.98 bag 5 Sl.59 bag Field Grown each 99" I I I A SEAFOOD I'iNGS SLICED HALIBUT ,b 49c PAN-READY WHITINGS Ib 19c PERCH FILLETS Ib 39C FISH STICKS ArcUcSeal pkgs 89C POLLOCK FILLETS Ib 33c SALTWATER pint can }C (Standards) ~111 II I AT ACME YOU GET CASI! SAVINGS to get wonderful We have the Eggs for your Easter Festivities and you can depend upon the Acme because it's the p~ace where most people buy their eggs the year 'round. Quality and Freshness assured , . . yes, every egg is fully Guaranteed . . . and prices are the lowest in town. PAAS EASTER EGG DYE pkg 19C McCORMICKS COLORS Pure pkg 25c I A t WIE FROZEN FOOD SA |PINGS IDEAL SLICED m-oz pkgs Ideal Cal. Green Peas 3 ,oo, pkgs49 SEABROOK FARMS 10-oz pkgs A t'ME I#A III Y DEPI: SAVINGS Anne Summer's TASTY LONGHORN CHEESE 'b49c IDEAL SLICED CHEESE or G,endale a Verlet,e, 29c 22g 79" America's Prize Winning Sweet Cream BUTTE~ The finest In America for uniform quality, flavor and fresh. ~'s II 70c ness. Serve the best f0r Easter. Easter Speciall Sunnydell .gal ctn EASTER EGGS Butter Cream, Fruit or Coconut ,o,23, o,39, PECAN EGGS ea 33c - 49c - 89c VA. LEE JELLY EGGS 16-oz pkg 25c ~7-o, pkg 39c Easter Speciall Virginia Lee LUXURY pairs in box ! IHGI,YI,| LEE I AKER |'INGS Iltustr~ ..4 volumes Only *Jt1[ per VOI. C Large home-style Va. Lee Golden Layer Cake with creamy frosting and topped off with an appropriate Easter medallion. Special this week! Reg. 39c pkg of 8 ea NEW AND DELICIOUS-- OnANGE ICED CHIFFON CAKES 27c Plain, Sugared or Cinnamon pkg of 12 ea Farmdale Supreme lb Ioat lb loaf C Home-Style Ib C loaf C C Sheer beauties made of first Malestic Wh0te jqatr quality DuPont Nylon, fashioned and proportioned right. In new, eat Spring shades. 51 gauge, 15 Ideal 7~/~oz iar denier. Exclusively at Acme. 14-oz 4 Magnificent Nut Shelf can Prices ellectlve through Mare~ 28. 1959 Quantity rlghta reserved. C Your Dollar Buys More at Acme " Your Dollar Buys More at Acme " )'our Dollar Buys More at Acme (} ~i lib ,i ii!~ :}!