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JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE MARCH 28, 1968 A veteran ,of World V,hr 1, he A---2 enlisted in the U. S. Army in 1917 and served 22 months be- fore being discharged in 1919. Nearly 18 of those months were spent in France. After being dis- charged from service he came back to Charles Town for a while before returning to Washington, D. C. During World War 2 he served as a guard in one of the in tIarfisonburg, Va. The Rev. Federal Buildings in Washingcam. Hugh Winston offici,ted and bur-i After the close of World War 2 !,IUANITA j. CUSTER services were held 2 p. m from the Colonial Fune- ia Ranson, for Miss Custer, 78, of 210 Ranson, who in Charles Town following an ill three weeks The Urquhart, pastor Bap.tist Chu Burial was made Cemetery in Charles ed was born in Sum Va April 14, 1889, ff the late Lay Fay- Ia~garet Jane Taylor Was a member of the Presbyterian Chu- is one sister, Custer, 210 N. Geo- LELIA ADAMS services were held Home in Saturday at 3 Wilson P. Ard, Lutheran Chu- for Mrs. Lelia Adams, 84, of Hag- Who died Thursday 21 at the home Charles R. Hager Ga. Bur~al was tt~l Cem~ery. was born in rais- a daughter of S. and Nannie E. Was a member of the Church. by sons, Charles Fla.; B,larium, Holl- S. Bloom, Ranson Mrs. George Tiff- Mrs. Preston two grand great-grand- COYLE were held Fri- n~. from the Bast in Boonsboro, Md COyle, 91, husband Rohrer Coyle Md who March 20, in the Home, Hag after an illness of burial was made Cemetery in Sprin~g, Md he and Julia Was a member of Church of Shar retired employe and Ohio Rail- by daughters, Trego; Mrs. Rt. 1, Boons'boro Hagerstown; laaulsgxove Chew S and James ; Oharles and Leo E grandcl~ildren; lildren; and half- Weaver, Downs- TANNER were held 26, from the Cul- Church for John 91, of 710 East Va aMrch 24, in Hospital Rev. ReELer Speaker For Anniversary Observance Wainwright Church Sun. The 10Olkz anniversary of the Wainwright Baptist Church in Charles Town, will be observed Sunday, March 31, with a special program which has been arranged ial was made in the Fairview he returned to Charles Town and by the Missionaries of the Church. Cemetery in Cu.lpeper. Worked at the Baker VA Center The Rev. Paul Relier, of Char- Active bearers were: Junior until 1947 when he secured a pos- les Town, pastor of the Bap,tist Morgan, Osie Ctore, Roger Mitch- ition as custodian of the Charles Church at Shenandoah Junction, ell, B. B. Mitchell, Gorie Carpen- Town Post Office and after 15 wil'l be the guest speaker for the ter, ~obert ePters, John McDev- years of empioyment he retired special service to get underway itt and Dale Gore. in 1.962. He was an active mere- at 2 p. m. There will also be spec- The deceased was a native of ber of St. Phillips Episcopal Chu- ial music. Madison County, Va and he own rch and served on the Vestry of ed and operated a farm for many the Church for a number of yearsHofstetter -r,-Re"~ T" years until his retirement. He He was a Mason, member of Star was a member of the Culpeper Lodge No. l, F. & A. M. of Char-a'er,la'xp'a'ne* April5" Methodist Church. les Town. Survivin,g are two sons - Dr. G. G. Tanner, of Grottoes, Va.;i Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ollie L. Tolbert. at home; two At Ranson Meeting and Everett L. Tanner, of Hill- daughters, Mrs. Marian Taylor, crest Heights, Md one daughter Neptune, N. J.; Mis~ Edwina Tol- ------. Mrs. Jonas Funkhouser of Char- bert, New York City, two sons, A public meeting will be held les Town; a brother, Byron C. William W. and James A Tolbert Wednesday, April 3, at the Ran- Tanner, of Charlot~esxil,le, Va:; of Charles Town; one sisa~er, Mrs. son Grade School at 7:30 p. m. six grandchildren and seven great Virginia Green of Charles Town; for the purpose of explaining grandchildren, i one brother, John W. Tolbert of Leesburg, Va.; ten grandchildren, and trying to acquaint the people of the community with the recent MRS. DAISY P. HENRY,nieces and nephews. i Mrs. Daisy Pearl Henry, wife of ] ----------- Nelson P. Henry of Leetown, died ! at her home early Sunday morn- Treasurer .r~ma I/.' ;; ing. A daughter of the late Alfred W. and Annie E. Wyndham Riley Hereford Association she was born in Summit Point, January 6, 1888. She. was a life- long resident of Jefferson County and a member of the Leetown Baptist Church Surviving in addition to her hus- band are two daughters, Mrs. Rob- ert Whittington, Gerardstown; Mrs. Thelma Pennington, Martins- burg; two sons, Phillip L. Henry, Baltimore, Md.; Lester F. Henry (~f Leetown eight grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. Services were conducted by the Rev. Millard E. Williams at the Smith a n d Strider Memorial Funeral Home on Tuesday at 2:00 p. m. Burial was in Edge Hill Cemetery. survey and recommended educat- ion plan known as the Hofste~ter report, i,t was announced this week by J. Kelley Lance, Jr , chairman of the Ranson district of the Citizen's Advisory Council. Lance said he has named the following people to serve as co- chairmen with him on this pro- iect: Mr. and Mrs. John Basch, Mr. and Mrs. James Gore, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slusher, the Rev. Eugene Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hann, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Lancaster and Mr. and Mrs. ]~phraim Day. The make-up of the member- ship of the l~anson Advisory Com mi~tee is as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Hough, Mr. and l~rs. Gerald Jamison, M,r. and Mrs. Jesse Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott, Mr. and Mrs. Wll,liam Shiflett, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sowers, Jr Mr. and Mrs. Max Barrow, Mr. and Mrs. Dou- glas Brackett, Mr. and rMs. Ken- Rites Held Wednesday ne~h Coffman, Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Propst, Mr. and Mrs. Frank For Edward D. Tolbert ~. GLENN BROWN Ran.~lli, Jr Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Glenn Brown, owner and Wilt, Mr. and Mrs. S{an~ley Small Funeral services were held operator of Blak~ley Farm, Cha- Mr. and l~rs. Wil,lard Lynch, Mr. Wednesday at 2 p. m. from St.ties Town, one of the leading and Mrs. Wil.liam P. Reed, Mr. Phillips Episcopal Church in breeders of registered Hereford and Mrs. Garfield Williams, Mr. purebred cattle in the en,tire East and Mrs. Norman Willin~ham, Tol, bert,Charles Town,75, wel,l-kn~wnf r DdwardresidentD. ern part of the Unl,ted Sta,tels, was Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fellers, Mr. of 834 Harewood Avenue, Charles elected treasurer of the Virgin4a and Mrs. Charles O'Bannon, Mr. Hereford Association recently at and Mrs. John O~t, Mr. and Mrs. Town, who died unexpectedly Roanoke, Va when the associat- James Cameron, Mr. and Mrs. early Sunday morning in Baker V. A. Cen,ter, near Martinsburg, ion held its annual business meet Charles Costello, Mr. and Mrs. where he was admitted as a pat- in.g in that c~ty. Gene Johnson, Mr. and M~. Mar- lent several hours earlier. The Other officers named were: C. cus Carper, Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Re~. William V. Br~bk, Jr,offi- C. Wiseman, Jr Bo~nes Mill, pres' Staubs, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hol. elated and he was assisted by the 1dent, succeeding George C. l~t-' rues, Mr. ~nd Mrs. A~thur Milkier, Rev, Allen L. Bartlett. Burial mer, II, of Ol~arlottesville, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Kitchen was made in Million Valley Ceme- Henry Sanders, Delaplane, Va Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jones, Mr. tery in Berryvi.lte, Va with mil,i- vice,president of the Northern and Mrs. Wil,mot G. Carson, Mr. Area of Virginia; Harry C. Wyatt and Mrs. Murrel Goode, Mrs. tary rites being conducted by Dliston, vice-president for the Harry R. Jenkins, Joseph Rtnaldi. Berkeley Pos,t No. 14, Amer~ican Legion of Martmsburg. Active Southern area; and Bur~orz Eller, Lance said it is hoped that bearers were: George Carter, Rob Staunton, continues as executive every member of his c(~mmi.ttee ert Brown, J,ames Hall, Woodrow secretatT, will attend this important meet- Wa4ters, Redney Paige and Silas Johnson. Honorary bearers were: Floyd Bailey, tS"~ans Morris, Dan- iel Brax~on, Manning Smith, John H. Lewis, Wil'liam Shorts, George King, Quinton Flamen.g, James Nickens, Edward Bra~ton and mem~bers of Star Lod~ge No.1A F. & A. M. Born in Charles Town, Decem- ber 27, 1892, he was a son of the ,1,ate John Wesley and Sarah Dam- ney Tol,bevt. He was a former employee of the old Goetz Har- ness Factory for 22 years He ,then went to Washin, gton, D. C. where he worked for the late Sen- ator Hale of Maine. member of the Democrat strongly believe in that party. I supporter of the President but I believe there comes one man is so much better, when head and shoulders above a time when one must for the man instead of the that most people think that the come first, but I believe of the people, the good of the all the good of the country I believe that you are the head and shoulders *above and I believe that there are the First District, both of mine, who believe as I do that aSSured of a return to Wash- "-- Miss L. McK Wheeling, clerk you have my support." Y Harrison County, gas worker Democrat but as long as ~ffiee you will have my vote." Wetzel County, businessman a registered Democrat all my life, registration this morning . . . support you in any endeavor We need men of your calibre --- S. K Elkins Trilminar Lodge To Hold Banquet Saturday, Summit Point School The annual Banquet of Trihm- inar Lodge No. 117 A. F. & A. M. of Middleway, will be held at the Grade School at Summit Point at 7 p. m. on Saturday, March 30, 1968 Tickets are available through Joseph G. Gruber, Secretary, and other members of the Lodge. "West Virginia needs a hill-billy, a Mount- ainee~, a citizen of West Virginia, a loyal American, who don't give a damn what the Russians think or say-- a man who has always represented his fellow citizens of West Virginia, rather than private interests, and has been reelected each time by larger and larger majorities, notwithstanding the Dem- ocratic machine dividing his District up n order to defeat him in the last election. We are proud of the record you have so honestly made." -- E. S. O Bhefleld, laborer "These are strong words from a Democrat to a Republican . . . may it be my pleasure to vote for you as our next governor." A. M. F Huntington, businessman "I Write you as a Democrat . we badly need you~, so, all of us -- business people, laboring people, the farmers and all the rest -- may have a government which is mature and fair to all." --P. V. S Charleston, businessman "I am ready to jump party lines and support you to the fullest if you can use me in any manner I am ready.', -- F. W. W East Ranelle, laborer ing aloag with all other residents of Ranson. J Mrs. O. S. Bloom was appointed as Chairman for the 1968 Cancer Crusade by the West Virginia Cancer Crusade. In accepting this responsibility, Mrs. Bloom stated that it was beginning to become a burden rather than an oppor- tunity to serve her County Her schedule has become so crowded that it will be necessary to en- list everyone's support to raise the goal of $2,500, due to many burdens that has befallen her this year. Increasing efforts to inform the public on life saving health hab- its as, stressing the importance of the "pap" test, as part of a periodical physical examinatior encouraging person to person pro- grams, such as house-to-house vis- its, during this campaign, other than just a fund raising event will be very important. 40% of all the funds that are raised in Jefferson County can be used to purchase drugs for indig- ent patients. Mrs. O. S. Bloom has'served as Service Chairman for a number of years. If there is a need for medicines for ill patients she would be happy to help. The Senior Woman's Club has sponsored this Crusade for the past 14 years. Other Woman's Clubs as: Shepherdstown, Harp- ers Ferry and the Charles Town Junior Woman's Club has co-spon- sored this Crusade. Important fund raising events planned are: The Rainbow Girls will sponsor Tag Days on the tsreets of Charles Town, Friday, April 26th and Saturday, April 27th. There will be a Kitchen Tour of both Modern and Antique kitch- ens of the county. $1.25 per per- son, concluded by a luncheon at the home of Mrs. O. S. Bloom from 12:30 till 2:00 p. m. oh April 27, which is included in the price of the tour. Tickets will be on sale after April 2nd. NOTE: All materials are distri- buted from the Jefferson County Chamber of Comerce Office (lo- cated at the Civic Center). Mrs. George Vickers, President of the County Cancer Unit will distribute these materials. SAVE 23' WHOLE KERNEL 1 2-OZ. cans O0 SAVE 18* IDEAL SAVE 8~ FARMDALE WHOLE KERNEL e o ooo oo e ~ l-lb. cans SAVE 1 5' GLENSIDE CUT SAVE 1 3~ IDEAL REGULAR OR HOT 14-oz. bats. 00 PET RITZ FROZEN SAVE 5' IDEAL BRAND OR VEGETARIAN J o e o e I -lb. cafls SAVE 9~ IDEAL 1 'lb. cans ASSORTED VARIETIES pies SAVE 10~ IDEAL BRAND SAVE 1 !* IDEAL FANCY SAVE 23 eo.ooeoe eeoe cans Prices Effective Thru Sat. March 30, 1968. Quantity Rights Reserved. *!" New York Strip *!" lb. QUARTERED (9 to CHOPS AVG.) 1 1 [11:1' " "q! i LEAN, SMOKED WHOLE FIRESIDE BRAND, SKINLESS 2-tb. t C pkg LANCASTER BRAND, NEW ENGLAND,~ , q .Pkg. WqllF FILLET OF FRESH 6to' nddock 79' Ibs. Avg. Sliced Jb. lb. lb. 43" FRESHLY SHUCKED, STANDARD ~ LANCASTER BRAND, MEATY OV 12 oz C Scrapple ---sLurs .= 99 SMO=, ,s.or.OT $1 toot* t o bag lb. ;,:-;.:,:.:,:.:.v w :,v .:, ,:.:.:.'.::. v : -:, .v v -.- ' : : . - - v -, .-, *: FANCY FLORIDA REDSKIN SEMI-BONELESS Legs O'Lamb TENDER LOIN Lamb Chops. LANCASTER BRAND RIB Lamb Chops. FAMOUS KRAFT'S 2-1b, box MILD LONGHORN Ib, CHEF'S DELIGHT 2-lb. Spread box MRS. FILBERT'S GOLDEN C C C PRINCESS C JUICY FLORIDA, PINK or WHITE SEEDI.ESS 4 ,39c FANCY SLICING TOMATOES 49c FRESH, TENDER GREEN BROCCOLI "~" 29t o bunch -lb. bag ::"-: :.:v I ' H,S COUPON WORT. ~'~l~~i!!!~" ~"~::::$~:'::": :' ";!: :::::::::::::::::::: THIS COUPON WORTH J THIS COUPON WORTH V eJq STAMPS ! 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