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0P JEFFERSON ADVOCATE APRIL 2, 1959 3---A s and Funerals ,| WHITACRE "Eddie" W~hitacre, I veteran died iday in Baker VA had been apa- he ,was a G. and An- Trinity Methodist Lodge and Ber- American Leg- by the Store and Company the 80th Infan- Medical De- during World a sister Mrs. L. brother ere, Washington, of nieces and TUSING ~sing, 62, farm- Point area of died last Sunday Veterans Ad- Lrcly County, August Florence Miller James Tusing, Stephen Ci,ty areas of Vir- eo Summit War I veteran, ~ril~h Mosby Bar- was a member Church at ste- his wife, the a Sowers and his Point; four Combs, Au Einhorn, Bal P~tterson, Win Basil Snyder, son, Curtis L. brother, ngton, Va.; two and Glenn half-sister, Augusta; 13 and ,two great- taken to Omps Winchester witch from the fun- at 1:30 p, Hinton, pas- City Metho- in Win- Cemetery. ~.arl Smith, Mar- tndolph Burch, Whetzel MERCER ercer, a na~tive of resided a+t Hall- Miss Elsie Ed aday morning in Hospital. A son of the late Walter and Elizabeth Bane Mercer, born Au- gust 12, 1889, he had never mar- ried. Spending his entire life in the county, he worked as an or- chardist. One sister, Mrs. Annie Pope of Hall,town and one brother, Harry Mercer of Middleway survive with several nieces and nephews. Services were Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. at Ghe Smith and Stri- der Company Funeral Home con- ducted by Fred Guthrie, student minister and assistant to the pas- tor uf the Charles Town Presby- terian Church. Interment was in Fairview Cemetery at Bolivar. Bearers were E. E. Honkie, Les- ter Moler, Bernard Obt, William Hoake, Sr., Edwin Clevenger and James Myers. BLACKBURN LEE SHULL Blackburn Lee Shull, 55, died Tuesday night at his home in Kearneysville, following an illness of about three weeks. Born June 20, 1903 in Clarke County, Vs., the deceased was a son of the late James and Eliza Virginia Heflin Shull. He was a member of t'he Charles Town Me thodist Church and the Loyal Or- der of Moose. In addition to his wife he is survived by one daughter Mrs. George C. Collie of Baltimore, Md. two sisters-Mrs. Earl Whitting- ton, Silver S'pring, Md. and 'Mrs. Harry Furley of Martinsburg. Friends and relatives will be re ceived at Dhe Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home until Sat urday morning at 10 when ser- vices will be conducted by the Rev. Robert H. Hiller, pastor of the Charles Town Methodist Church. Burial will be in Green Hill Cem- etery in Berryville, Vs. Bearers will be Ernest Shull, Roy Miller, Clarence Fritts, John Paul Easterday, Shirley Write and Dick Hough. MRS. MAY WASHINGTON Funeral services for Mrs. May Alexander Washington, widow of the late George Step,toe Washmg- ton of Rive,%on, New Jersey, were held Wednesday evening at 5 p. m. in Zion Churchyard, with The Rev. Temple Wheeler of The Child ren's Haven, officia,ting. The body arrived at The Mel- vin T. Strider Company Colonial Funeral Home, at noon, Wednes- day. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. William H. Cumpston and Mrs. Lincoln Ridley. Two sons, Howard and DeHurtburn Wash- ington, all of Riverton, N. J.. Mrs. Forres,t Brown and Miss Margaret Chew are ~her closest relatives here. Whipp Viands Vanordsdale and of Martinsburg llers wi,th t;heir and Mrs. O. So glad a Kay Vanords- ut again having t~he hospital so Plotter and of Hedges- Thursday with M~'s. Maude of near Wever- on Wednes- 1~/Irs. Julia Mabel after being Years. He was on near Key Hampton ~nd Mrs. Neale of BaitS- holidays Garland Henry returned to in MarUns- '~t her 'home a week. of Point of Caller }as,t week Mrs. William Debbie and Pen of Mr. and were baptised in the Moth by the ,r of the church. Herndon spent Easter and Mrs. wi,t~h Tommie in ~enan- Ibert Viands Jr. Betty Hover- were in n4gh~;. mrd Fntts of night Nelson and of Bethesda, his paren,ts Ponkins oyce of Ks,b- letown spent Easter Sunday with their son-in-l~w and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Obie Johnston and Ban hie. Sorry to hear Mrs. Floyd Ba- gea~t of near the Power plan,t is still on t~he sick list. She had to have her jaw lanced last week. Easter day visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shirley and children, Judy. Harry Jr., Bobby, Debbie and Donald Lee of Middleway, Mr. and Mrs. Travis Viands and sons Jwckie and Glenn of Charles Town Mr. John Viands also of town. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter Cheryl of Loudoun Hei- ghts, Va., Miss Mabel Aits of near Weverton, Md., Mrs. Donald Hay ermale and daughters Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Al.ber~ Viands Jr. and daughters Mary and Nancy and Davie of the Bloomery and Mrs. George Jones. Mrs. Walter Strang and two children of Richmond, Va. spent .from Saturday un,til Wednesday wit)h her brother in law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Wageley. Mr. and l~rs. Wilbur Tharpe of Ranson were Sunday rdg~t cal'l erE with the latters brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Gar- land Henry and Samily. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fri,t,ts visi- ted the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fritts in Charles Town on Easter Sunday. Mrs. Beulah Fritts and Mrs. Herndon, the latter of Shenan- doah JunctAon spent last Sunday afternon with their son and dau- gh.ter Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Hern don in Washington, D. C. Sunday callers with Mr, End Mrs. Albert Viands Jr. were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daugh .ter Cheryl Lynn of Loudoun Hei- ghts, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Billy Viands of Ranson, Miss Linda Vanordsdale of Martinsbuvg and Mrs. Georgia Parra and son Fred die of A'lexandria, Va. adnMr .and Mrs. J(~hn Pendnngton t,wo .children of Leetown were Sunday evening ~uests of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bush. Mr. and Mrs. ,Charles Stocks, Mr .and Mrs. William Frye and son Bobby of Brunswick. Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chamblin of l~anson wer~ Suod~v visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye and son Sy!yester. Mr. ~nd Mrs. Nelson Bush viE- ~rahan Saaitu; Wall.TeE pa~ ~N grOCK, World's most beautiful STORE the Same ihmrles W. Va RS SAVES YOU :~ONEk WITH ROUND PAINT DISCOUNTS One Save $4.00 on 4 Gallons {Mix Colors} Save $4.96 on 4 Gallor~s IMlx Colors~ $4.98---10% Discount on 4 Gala. $7.01--10% Discoun, on 4 Gals. 1 Gal. $7.01--10'/4. Discount on 4 Gala. 1 Gal. $6.9~3 10% Diseoum on 4 Gala. )f Mixed Brands and Mixed Colors at one time ROUND~!H KEARHEYSViLLE By Mrs. Robert Brailhwaiie Deferred From Last Week Wed 54 Years Mr. and Mrs. John Stanley cele brated their 54th wedding anmv- ersary Sunday. Congratulations. Mrs. h'vin Hall gave a biz'thday dinner Sunday in honor of her friend and neighbor, Mrs. Ethel Cox. Helping her to celebrate were ,her husband George and their dau ghter Pamela, Mrs. Edith Thomas and daughter Darlene, Mr. and Mrs. Editl~ Thomas and daughter Darlene, Mr. and Mrs. h'vin Hall, Anna May Willingham, Charlotte Thomas, Teresa Knott and The Reverend and Mrs. Paul Curvey, Shepherdstown. Mrs. Harold Buhrman has re- turned home from ~the Charles Town General Hospital, Ransom All of her friends hope she gets along wi.thout Mr. Cold bug again. Mr. and Mrs. Hindwood and three Chi.ldren of Martinsburg have moved into ,the house vacated recently by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stroud who moved to Californ,ia to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Carper and children Kimberly Ann and David of Martinsburg visited last week- end with their old neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer and faro Sly. Mrs. Gilbert Creamer and Mrs. Harold Buhrman attended the 4-H Leaders meeting last Thursday night in the home of Mrs. Robert Smith at Ri.ppon. Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Cox and daugh- ,ter Pamela were Mr. and Mrs. How ard Null of York, Pa. and .the la,t- ter's nephew Pvt. Earl Luckett of Ft. Belvoir, Vs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer and family motored to Pine Grove, Va. Sunday visiting her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dodge and son BHiy. The sick list this week includes Mrs. Dora Turner, Joyce Buhrman Arbutus Demory, Emmie Knott, Paul Potter, Penny and Linda Creamer, Norma Kay Whetzel, i Barbara Russell and Mary Fran- ces Creamer. Mrs. W. E. Stanford of Grafton left for home Monday after visi~t- ing Miss Ru,t~h Miller. Mr. and Mrs. tlugh Janney and family of Baltimore, Md. viES,ted the formers sister and brother- ~in-law Mr. and Mrs. Newton Stu- ck~s.~v Carole asker, Martinsburg spent Monday and Friday night with her friend Eleanor Creamer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brait'h- waste and daug, h~ter Christina Fay, [Halltown spen,t .the Eas, ter week- end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creamer and family. Franklin McAtee and Miss Blan Che Zinn of Washington, D. C. and Miss Arlene Zinn a student nurse of Martinsburg spent the weekend with their moi'her Mrs. Dorcas Zinn. Rev. Andrew Gu~llick of V, irgin- ia was guest m, inister Easter ,Sun- day .in the Presbyterian Church ~t 12:30 p. m. . Mr. and Mrs. John Styck o H:a, gerstoWn, Md. were ,guests last Sunday of Mr .and Mrs. Paxton Marshall and family and Mr. and Mrs. Laird Marshall and fwmily. Miss Virginia Creamer of Wash- ington, D. C. visi,ted wit'h her par ents Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Cream- er and family over ~t.he Easter holi, days. No KCYF The Kearneysville Christian Youth Feliowship was postponed Easter Sunday due to the Eas,ter program Sunday night in the Grace E~angelical and Reformed Church. Mr. Joseph Dodge, ~ veteran at ,the Newton D. Baker Veterans Ho pital after a visit this ,past week wit'h his sister and brot~her:in-law Mr. and :Mrs. Harry Creamer and faro,Sly. ~Mr. and Mrs. l~aymond Miller Mr. 'and Mrs. Donald Mi}ler and daugh~ter spent the past weekend wi,th Mr. and Mrs. Bud Byher and family,,inna~, Ohio. They are t'he formers daughter and son in The church cabinet of Grace Evangelical and Reformed Church me:t Monday night in the educat- ional building of ~t,he c,hruc'h. The consistin, g met Tuesday night. The Kenneth Knott family is now living in the store 'building owned by Tabb Janney. Mr. and Mrs. George Bendum and daug%ters Judy and Barbm~a White, Harrisburg, Pa. spen't the weekend wilh ,the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hammond. Mrs. Han~mond re,turned ,home with her daughter for a few days. Mr .and Mrs. Allen Welsh of Bethesda, Md. spent the holiday wit'h the formers sister Mrs. Kath leen Miller. The Reverend John Link of She:pherdstown was guest m,inis- ter 'at the Presbyterian Church Sunday at 12:30 p. m. Visitors over t~he pas weekend of Fred Miller and sister Miss Ruth Miller were Mrs. W. E. Star ford of Grafton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert IAt~tle and Diane of Adel- ohia, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sibert and daugh~re Carolyn of Toms Brook, Vs. Mrs. Edith Thomas, Mrs. Dora Turner, Mr .and Mrs. Irvin Hal.l and Darlene Thomas were guests of Mrs. Thomas' sister and bro+her in-law Mr. ~and Mrs. Wayne King of Arl,in~ton, Va. Sunday. Irvin Hall has accepted a posit- ion wi,t'h the Armstrong Furni,ture Co. in Mart,insburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W'b,.'teblock Herman Whitehair of Martins- burg were callers Sunday after- noon on Mrs. Grace Cline :and Mr. and Mrs. HarOld Buhrman. Mr. End Mrs. Charles Van Hal- ion of McLean. Vs. spent t(he week end wi,th the formers brat:her and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.Pax- ton Marshall and family. "RE?4rEM'R~,~ D'Tf~T-TWAV SAF- ETY IS EVER~BODY'~ ,IOR" i,ted the formers mother Mrs. Bush w,ho is in the Moore Rest Vo~e. MrS. Lester Ot,t and son Michael s,~)ent the d~y with her 'mother Mrs James Dailev. Mrs. John~e Hamoton and son Terry Lee of BaleS.more wa~ a call er Mond~ty morning with Mrs. Jul ia Viands. AOmS Manaslert show their aPl for your p lron oe with slre l lSl 12:!i! ::: hlnks"l GREEN ETA M P8 The Stamps Millions Save! SNOW WHITE MUSHROOMS 29c LANCASTER RIB STEAKS , 79" Acme Quality, ib LANCASTER BRAND TENDER, YOUNG whole legSlb LEAN STEWING LAMB IDEAL OR GLENDALE SLICED CHEESE American, Swiss or Pimento 8.o 29c Ib Ib Farmdale Beef, Turkey or CHICKEN PIES .OO for ,, f large heuds U. S. No. 1 All-Purpose lb bug FRESH GOLDEN ears JUICY FLORIDA ( Reg. 4 for 29c ) for I "o. 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