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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE T judge Preaching Mission MARCH ql 1966 A 3} course until the Summer of 1962 ' ' ~---"[when he retired, tie was a mem- -..~ I ber of the Maryland Club and a TO Beghl April ! At traders Funeral ttome, Berryville,t veteran of World War I He at- by the Rev. Raymond Roderick of/tended" Mercersburg A'cademv, Methodist Church Itagerstown,. ; . Md,. Methodist Dis-.. Mercersbur. g, Pa., and won tlae hsbury trust Supermtendent. / Navy Cross for bravery in World REV. C. W. LLOYD Rev. Clarence W. Lloyd. of Ferry, was pronounced on arrival at the Charles General Hospital Monday |g. vas pastor of the Methodist I at The Bloomery for 29 and had formerly served Providence Chapel in Clarke ty, Val, where he was born, 'f the late James and Martha 'or Lloyd wiving are his wife, Mrs ie B. Lloyd, at the home; children . Garland R Lloyd Mildred Kerns, I~oth of Va.; Mrs. Frank Pyne, Va.; C. W. Lloyd, Jr., Va.; one sister, Mrs. Tomblin, and one brother, Lloyd, both of Boyce. were conducted Wed- at 2 o'clock at the John E. Active pallbearers were Her-IWar I. man Garrett, Lester Dillow, El- His only, immediate survivor mer Dillow, George Melton, Wal- is his wife, Mrs. Gertrude Houke let Cogle and Robert Penwell. Stone, who resides at the home in tIonorary pallbearers were New Charles Town. ton Hawk, Dr. Carroll Iden, E. G. Wilt, Edward McC. Williams, John Hawkins, and Eppie Glass- cock. Burial was in Green Hill Ceme- tery, Berryville. CH YERS Charles Courtney Myers, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers of St. James, Md., died at his home Woburn Manor on Sat- urday morning in Hagerstown March 12, 1966 He was born on January 16, 1895, at Buckhannon West Virginia, he was a member of the firm of J. W. Myers and Co., Wholesalers, for 48 years and was a frequent visitor when he was with the Myers Co., in Char- les Town. He was also a member of the Elks Club for 45 years. The only survivor is his widow in Itagerstown, Md., his brother Fred Myers died in February 1965, with several nieces and ne- phews. Services were held on Monday March 14, at 2:00 p. m. at the Ruzer Funeral Home in Hagers- town, Md. with Rev. Conard W. McDonald officiating. Burial was in the Rest Haven Cemetery. EMERY ARTHUR STONE VOTE FOR Funeral services were held Sat- E,-,.M. DANDRIDGE urday at 3 p. m. from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home h Former Principal Of in Ranson, for Emory Arthur rage Jackson High School Stone, of South Mildred street, Charles Town, who died Thursday (The Man With School in the Veterans Administration (I Xperience And Training) Hospital at Perry Point, Md., following a lengthy illness. The FOR THE Rev. Allen Bartlett, rector of Zion JEFFERSON COUNTY Episcopal Church, Charles Town, I]0ARD-- OF EDUCATION officiated. Burial was made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Your Vote Appreciated Town. Jan. 27-TE Pd. Pol. Adv. The deceased was born in Pen- nsylvania, July 19, 1890, a son of the late Arthur and Carla White Stone. He served as a paddock VOTE FOR HN P. BURNS, Jr. ( 0U FOR nty Commissioner If BLETOWN DISTRICT XPerienced County Farmer A Preaching Mission will begin at Asbury Methodist Church, the corner of N. Charles and North Streets, Sunday, April 3. Services will be held each evening at 7:30 p. m. and will continue through MRS. NANNIE V. MYERS Friday, April 8. The Rev. Mr. Lee Funeral services were held on Williams will deliver the message Wednesday at 2 p. m. from the each evening and the topics will be as follows: Trinity Episcopal Church in ....... , .-. Shepherdstown, for Mrs. Nannie ,. atm, unaay ornlng . 'rrus- VanMetre Myers, 88, of Main .._ . Street, Shepherdstown, who died chevy:in, own ,,.t Monday in Charles Town General ..... ,,X .... :1. Hospital. The Rev. George S. Th e I ayng own to Johnston, rector of the Shep- _ . .... " .. .. - herdstown Church, officiated...'ru s aYa'e,,mister ou peaK Burial was made in Elmwoodl g_g" , ...... Cemetery in Shepherdstown. [NecW: ntes( YGod,,lne Aosoiu e Active bearers were: Eddie Lee1 _.. Y " . .., plno T .... Tnurscmy - A Prayer vigil wm ..... , ....... ' ..... go " to "" Wright, John E. Hendricks, Will-[ De,nero t_ m {a. m: . . 6p m. i..~ mh..~.e W~,~ Moire / lOllOWed Dy a ~acrltlClal umner William F: Var Metre," nd"Dr'.6 Pco n nniF:llsW/h i eH llihAe William Knott. Y Church Sanctuary at 7:45 p. m. The deceased was born in Friday - "What The Cross Berkeley County, May 5, 1877, a Keeps Saying." daughter of the late Joseph Ben- These services are planned as ton and Mary Ann Buckles Van- a preparation of an Easter that Metre. Her husband Dr. John L. will have deep spiritual meaning. Myers, died in 1943. She was a~ member of the Trinity Episeopal Church in Shepherdstown and of the Daughters of the American Revolution Her only survivors are nieces and nephews; among them Mrs. Robert Dailey of Martinsburg and Dr. John Lee Van Metre of Char- les Town. The Church invites you to come and bring a friend with you. SERVICES FOR ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH The Rev. William P. Reed, pas- tor of Calvary Assembly of God Church, located on Fairfax Blvd. and Fifth Ave. in Ranson, ann- ounces the following schedules of RICHARD TIMBERLAKE LUKE services for Sunday and subse- quent week nights. Richard Timberlake Luke, 69, Sunday School at 10:00 A. M. son of the late Dr. John LaRue Morning Worship at 11:00. and Frances Timberlake Luke, Sunday thru Friday, April 3.17, died Friday in North Carolina. services at 7:30 each evening. The deceased was born in Char The Rev. Arthur E. Bloomfield los Town, January 4, 1897. He was educated in the schools of Jotter-ifrm Eustis, Florida will be the speaker. His conference theme son County and at West Virginia will be "The Future Program of University. A Veteran of World the Living God." The Rev. Bloom War 1 Studied music at Balti- more Conservatory of Music in field is the President and Found- er of Forward Look Bible School Baltimore. Worked in the Post in Eustis, Florida. He has studied Office in Chicago, and was organ- Bible Prophecy for 52 years. ist in a number of churches while there after retirement from Post S Office. Moved to Glendale Spr- Luther ets ings, N. C where he taught music in Glade Valley, C. and also was organist at number of Holy Week Services churches in North Carolina. Having never been married, he During Holy Week the follow- is survived by one sister, Mrs. ing services will be held at St. Frances L. Wysong of Charles Thomas Lutheran Church in Ran- Town, and two brothers, Dr. John W. Luke of Glendale Springs, N. C. and William C. Luke of Afton, son. Wednesday, April 6, the order for Public Confession at 7:30 p. m. and the reading of the Clip Coupons & Redeem at Acme! 100 GREEN STAMPS VIRGFN!A LEE NYLONS : GREEN 7t/ -JIq STAMPS with the purchase of a ~hase of a. 2 Ioove$C~ R0Un, RmP 0n WH T! OR nAnl EYE ROAST FRESH BREAD Void After Aprii 2, ~ 966 ~ Vo~d After Apri| 2, 196& One Coupon per ~ One Coopon per .~r._~ FRESH QUALITY, PAN-READY WHOLE ......... lb. FIRESIDE, THICK-SLICED CUT-UP OR c Be co QUARTERED .... .......... lb. 2-lb. LANCASTER BRAND QUALITY, FRESH, PLUMP Real " Eye Roast .... . .......,~ C L I c .... ' b " LEAI~I, WELL TRIMMED STEAKS! .. | Prices Effective Thru '"'"" THIN, STORE SLICED, IMPORTED 12-oz. t C ~ ..... li . . . , . pkg. LANCASTER BRAND, VAC. PACK THIN-SLICED 1 .lb. * Qpkg. FANCY MEDIUM 89c ,ooe,,lb FILLET OF -_ YOUR SUPPORT .............. a Passion according to St Luke. ~Ign~ DlrtflS, SIX ooys ana two v ........... . . WILL BE APPRECIATED " undo "rnursaay, , ,pr l Y, tne ervice at FANCY PASTEURIZED REGULAR WHITE .... girls, were born at the Charles Services were held S Y .... wi'- edi'at' nd l Ib ~lZY . " emo ial p.m. tn a m t ion a Feb. 10-TE, Pd. Town General Hospital during March 27 at John Luke M r oaministrati-- -f the Hob, ,,,,, ....... c:no week of March 22-29, a report uilding in Glendale Springs, ........ o " S t;ommunlon from the hospital ho~s. at 2:00 p. m. Dr. R.H. ton , I ^...;, o Three births oe urred at the of Glendale Springs, officiating. I v,,iX, .... ii w brou ht to the pers at p m wm me ltat- u:S: N:'6: hospRal on Wednesday March 23, The body as g I ....... ^2 .o.. ..... ?: :::::~:::::::::~:' ...... ::::~':' i!ii .i:~.~; ::. :.i! ::::: :::::::i:.~i! ::::: :!:::: ~: ~'~:: ::~:?:'i O~" VOT" , ,,, ,o., oo ~-o oo~o. ~,,, -o,o* iiiii ....................... a son, born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Melvin T. Stmder Co. Co on I.~ol1 in -- -Ran the - ief and support will be E. Hardy of Route 2, Harpers Funeral Home in Charles Town, ]~_ ow g me..L y . or ._ ' V V order forpUDIICcoMesslonWlll appreciated by--- Ferry; a dau-hter born to Mr where gra eside ser ices were l. . " MAINE WHITE o . , .. 3"00 be saia and Mrs Chanhn J Curry Jr. held Monday, March 28th at . ] John N. Newcomer of summit Point; an t a so-n'horn P. m. in Edge Hill Cemetery by I_ - O_ Candidate For, to Mr. and Mrs..Lawrence W. Dr. Stone,c assistedl by Rev. Car-I .....RTV ...O UanTt..... Will... Rogers, Summit Point. lyle M Dona d. ] Unty Commissioner A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. I e___L .... t I ltarpers Ferry District' Charles E. Price, of Route 1, Cha- Methodist W. S. C. S. To Hotd j 3peal{ AI )I WIII'I Idldp | (Owner and Operator) rles Town March 24 and on March Roba r.-ll 9 t 25 a son was born to Mr and Mrs .............. Cliffside Motel) a..r~. M..,.,~ . T-tm-.~r~ Ferry" The w. s. c s. of the AshurylAt Keamevsville Sunday : .... V= a wa' s Methodist Church will hold th{drl -- - aturaay, aren z , son born to Mr and Mrs George Car annual Easter Bake Sale Saturday [ The Rev S. O. Banes, pastor of - .- . - - April 9th beginning at 9 a. m. atlSt. Johns Baptist Church of ey, ot tanson, ana on Marcn ........................... i . h,,-, , Mr and Stuck & Alger Drug Store. Good-| Shepherdstown, will be guest LARGE, SWEET JUICY FLORIDA . - " ies such as pies, cakes, candy, lspeaker Sunday afternoon AprilOrang 3 0 I Will Appreciate Your mrs Ar nur u. amer, ot anson ~.a'~ ~.~ h,r.. n Mr and Mrs rolls, potato salad, cup cakes,| 3, at 3 p. m. at the Stewart Chapel doz. Leo' o'l d Jr -, Kno dyed eggs will be for sale. Your] A. M. E. at Kearneysville. The .. VOTE And SUPPORT vi'l e, Md. "*" ' "' "" patronage will be appreciated, public is invited to attend. FRESH. CALIFORNIA C J. Edward Magaha SurgLcal patients admitted to the hospital were: --FOR-- Mr. Edward N. Wentzell, Knox- lb. 12011f" ville, Md.; Mrs. Irma M. Wiley, . nty Commissioner Charles Town; Mr. Clarence P. MICHIGAN Moler, Charles Town; Mrs. Doro- Having redueed my herd and limiting my farming operation, 100-lb. $1169 ,i If BLETOWN DISTRICT thy V, Welsh, Bakerton; Mr. Lary L. Myers, Brunswick, Md.; Mr. I will sell the following articles at my farm, located off the end bag Feb. 17-TE, Pd. Derl H. Myers, Dover, Delaware; of Euclid Avenue, (Turn off State Route No. 340 at Cltgo gas Mrs. Mary E. Rapp, Knoxville, station, Charles Town, W. Va.)on: Md.; Mrs Louise V. Hough, Char- les Town; Miss Nancy J. Graham, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1966 =O*OFF!...MAWELLHOUSE 29 RE-ELECT Ranson; Mr. William L. Custer, , }e ........ i.. Charles Town. Sale Starting at 1:00 P. M. (D.S.T.) $ EORGE R. CRIM Medical patients admitted were: IDEAL QUALITY ql Master Daniel M. Staubs, Jr., Fordson Dextra Tractor (Diesel). Corn0d1., Ua---rm .. 'qlF -~ qtrs. 18 O_ FOR : 11nty Commissioner Charles Town Mr. Carl I. Garner, Ford Mower (with 3 sets of Blades). Knoxville, Md.; Mrs. Mary K. Mar CONVENIENT ABLETOWN DISTRICT ten, Harpers Ferry; Little Anto- Ford Hay Conditioner lO-q . VOTE & SUPPORT nia Palumbo, Ranson; Mrs. Violet Ford Baler (Model 250). Louella Dry Mdk ......-,., 7 K. Pulse, Kearneysville; Mr. Gene Ford Pickup Rake, ! IDEAL QUALITY BE APPRECIATED W. Johnson, Charles Town; Little $ AT THE MAY 10 Robin C. Longerbeam, Millville; Ford Cultivator. i Creamer ~,~Y ~ECTIO~ ~r w,,.m ~ Wh,mo.e. ~an ~ F.~ 1,,n~h ~.~m ~,..~ "O~ ~~0'~ ~"0"~ 0~O"*~ Coffee .... .--' ~~ ................... ~" I SAVE 6"... IDEAL CREAMY Ferry; Mrs. Christine C. MiUer, l-lb., 12-oz. C Charles To,; Mrs. Esther J. John Deere Hay Fluffer. Peanut Butter .... ,., 7 3 Sager, Shenandoah Junction; Mrs.John Deere Disc Harrow (8 ft. wide). I SAVE 10*... IDEAL CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE~ERNEL _ ~L Annie E. Crouse, Ranson; Mrs. Metal Corn Crib (200 bbl. capacity). -- REGULAR ] C :"Sam"FOR & HENKLERE'ELECT Grace S. Ramsdill, Harpers Ferry o, 0.,,. t Golden Corn ...... .. 4 .... bY Little Charles W. Dozier, Rippon; Mayrath Elevator (32 ft. long). Mrs. Eileen A. Hiles, Shenandoah New rdea Manure Spreader. FARMDALE TENDER ",- "ffi With Experience. Junction; Mr. Oswald S. Torres, John Deere $ord Corn Planter with ,2 sets of platts.) Green Peas ...... ... a*'." q Charles Town; Baby Theresa E. David Bradley Heavy Duty Wagon with side boards. ~F AF Ly Commissioner Galletta, Ranson; Mr. Richard H. 2-1 GRAPE, APRICOT, APRICOT.PINEAPPLE, PINEAI OLE OR Rutherford, Harpers Ferry; Miss Boom Sprayer with Attachments. C . ---FROM--- Louise E. Walraven, Charles Adjustable Furrow Cribs. can Ideal Preserves ..... jot Harpers Ferry DistrictTown; Mrs. Carrie M. Breeden, I WHITE OR ASSoRTED COLORS . . . WALDORF AT THE MAY 10 Charles Town; Mr. Wiliam New- David Bradley Suburban Riding Tractor with (3 | WONDERS OF THE WORLD, $-DIMIENSIONAL ) g.oII St 1 ton Frye, Lovettsville, Va.; Mrs. Point Hitch; Briggs & Stratton Engine). Stereo Slndes .. """" 29' Tonlet Tnssue .......... PRIMARY ELECTION Bessie C. Tumblin, Charles Town Bulldozer Cultivator. .... In pkgo Mar. 3-Pd. T.E.Rt. 1. | Plow, Muleher and 3 blade Rotary Mower; Metal and Wooden Troughs; 2 Metal Feeders (8--4 hole); 1-Ton 1962 Wlllys-Jeep, ^I WILL APPRECIATE SCOTT & WHITE 4-Wheel Drive[, with oak cattle racks, bed and loading ramp, VOTE And SUPPORT Ethical Pharmacists 10,000 miles; About 10 bbl. of Corn. Other articles not ment- ioned. mVard S. Koonce PHONE 725-2182 TERMS---CASH: Nothing to be removed until settled for. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. AUCT. NOTE: This equipment is all like new and worthy FOR No. 150 000 Dr. Familythe attention of better buyers. )11 ty Commissioner Whe. your prescription PAUL WILSON bears this label you know OWNER rs Ferry District you will benefit from the Auctioneers: MILLER & THARPE |e tion Date, May 10th best that the science of Clerk: C. W. MOORE March 10-T.E.-Pd. pharmacy can provide. March 31- April 14- April 21 ME BE'R CHAMBER OF