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/ OF JEFFERSON FARR ADVOCATE )AY, APRIL 13, 1972 &apos; A--3 & WILLIAM KLINE rices were held on aing at 11 o'clock and Strider Mere Home in Charles three daughters - Dorothy E. and Margaret Ellen Belle Weisenburg both at the home; Mrs. Donald (Sarah) Viands, Charles Town; four sons o Harry J., Robert M. ral Home in Hagerston,-Md., by the Rev. Wilson Shearer, for Fer- diand Winfred Bond, 67, oP 23 East Reynolds Avenue, Hagers- town, Md., who died Thursday, April 6, in the Washington Cou- nty Md. Hospital. Burial was made in Price's Cemetery in Way nesboro, Pa. He was born in Harpers Ferry the son of John and Addle Mob- ley Bond. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Susan Turner Bond; one step-daughter, Mrs. Edna Mae Morree of Baltimore; one sister, Mrs. Edith Mae Buhrman of Hag- erstown; one brother, Forrest M. Mary Agnes Kline and John J. Weisenburg, all of Bond of Hagerstown; two grand William Kline of Kearneysville; Vernon A. Weisen s Town who died burg, Bloxton, Va4 18 grandchild children; and six great grand- m in Charles Town ren: two sisters, Mrs. Bessie Fel- children. al, following an ex lers, Charles Town, and Mrs. MRS. AMXANDER L The Reverend George Williams, Frederick, Md.; and Reverend Cha one brother, William B. Morning Services were held Wednesday officiated Burial star, Martinsburg. morning at 11 o'clock from the • Rest Haven Funeral Home in ge Hill Cemetery [ HOGHT Hagerstown, Md., for Mrs. Mamie bEwdin Jefferson Cou- I tIomer Edward Knight, former- I. Alexander, 79, wife of Amos H. Alexander, 253 East Howard :r 27, 1891, daughter ly of Charles Town, died Thurs- street, Hagerstown, who died Mon IB Mary Catherine Tur day, March 23 in the Lexington day afternoon in the Washington 1, and was a member Memorial Hospital, Lexington, N. County Hospital in Hagerstown, M' a, l,i dandME theChUrCh'Amencn'e:r C Mr. Knight was born in Charles following a long illness. The Rev. --AI lary. Town on June 25, 1920, son of Dr. Wilbur S. Higevoll and the : e arlat!@ het I Rev. Robert Regenold officiated. Burial was made in Rose Hill Cemetery in aHgerstown• She was born in Staunton, Va. the daughter of Charles R. and • ..a es W Kline, Char- Mr. I{night was employed by Emma Adams Baker. t-fly* hree :andchildren the Dixie Steelware Co. in N.C. She was a life member of the First Christian Church and the • , r of nieces and nep- He was a former joint owner of Updegraff Bible class. • ,JR the Veterans Cleaners in terry- Besides her husband, she is sur reclPl[.':--.-.- ville and a veteran of World War vived by four daughters, Mrs. '18 J. WEISENBURG 1I. He was a member of the Sum- Thelma M. Brown of Boonsboro, -' ere he ...... sit View Baptist Church in Green Mrs. Anna L. Kent of Ranson, %ml m aonaay a .....   the Leetown Church wne, . . .. _ Mrs. Theresa L. Tusker of Keyser X. *"', Lren for Mrs Sarah Surviving with his morner ana ! and Mrs. Faye W. Hayes of Hag- ,_ 'eisenbur,,  wife widow are three children by his I ,, . . . . erstown; one son, Harold A. Alex ,, - Weisenburg, of hrst marriage, Thomas L. Kmght ande r of Hagerstown; 10 grand ,:, who was uronounc- John C. Knight, and Miss Robin children; and 18 greatgrandchild- arrival at Charles R. Knight all of Berryville, Va. ren. k!  Hospital Friday and the following brothers and ," Rev. Joseph Lewis sisters, Harry C. Knight of South ALWYN FRED STURGIS ...... leetown Church and Dakota, Alton Knight of Hagers- Funeral services were held on rt White officiated town, Md., Mrs. Eva Harris and = in Pleasant View Mrs. Edna Kutcy, both of New Wednesday at 2 p. m. by the Rev. ens, near Martins- Jersey, Mrs. Anna Mae Palmer of ily received friends Richmond, Va., and Mrs. Ruby T. Strider Memor-'Winningham of Baltimore, Md. ome A funeral service was conduct- in Charles led Saturday March 25 from the m Berkeley Cou- Summit View Baptist Church in daughter of Greenville, S. C., burial was in Grubbs 1VIornin- Graceland Cemetery, Greenville, m - S.C. ember of the "BOND Brethren at Lee- FERDINAND W. .. Services were held Sunday at 2 p. m. from the Coffman Fune- I IMercury Monterey-A limousine- II e " .. .de that must be expenenced. beautifully spacious Monterey i$ one thing. To exo limousine-like ride is something else. Come in today to the test and experience • SUlrb 1rome tradition as the distinguished Marquis, vL-ea m. tnctuu n,  pmmmx,  tiue. Jefferson County l  Mo,o, .  tke of Richard E. Neal, for Alwyn Fred Sturgis, 87, of Kearneysville, who died April 9, in Charles Town General Hospital. Burial was made in the cemetery in Snow Hill, Md. He was born in Snow Hill, Md. November 16, 1884, a son of the late Alexander and Mary Vir- ginia Pettit Sturgis. He was a printer by trade and worked many •,)ears for the Saturday Evening Post• He also operated a printing shop of his own in Philadelphia, He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Margaret Sturgis White of Saston, Md., one nephew, Wil- liam Sturgis of Kearneysville, two nieces, Mrs. Virginia Everhart of Kearneysville and Mrs. Charles Moore of Easton, Md. i Rites Held Tuesday For Mrs. Beverly D. Taylor Funeral services were held Tuesday at 2 p. m. from the Wain wright Baptist Church in Charles Town, for Mrs• Harriet Elizabeth Taylor, 61, wife of Beverly D. Taylor, of 418 East North street, who was pronounced dead on ar- rival at the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospital Friday, The Rev. Matthew Hurley officiated and burial was made in Pleasant View Memory Gardens, near Martins- burg. The remains were at the Melvin T. Strider Funeral Home until Tuesday at noon when taken to the church for the services. The deceased was born in Hall town, W. Va., July 30, 1910, a dau ghter of the late James L. and Harris N. Dotson. She was an act ive member of Wainwright Bap- tist Church and the Deborah Chapter No. 38, Eastern Star• Surviving in addition to her husband are the following five children - Mrs. Mary T. Doakes, and James L. Taylor, both of Cha rles Town; Bernard F. Taylor, of Trenton, N. J.; Shirley E. Taylor, of Tampa, Fla., and Samuel P. Taylor of Oxon Hill, Md.; also nine grandchildren; and two bro hers - Charles Dotson, Borden- town, N. J. and James L. Dotson of Boston, Mass• Senior Woman's Club Wilt Meet April i8 off on each ton" of Members of the--'Charles Town Senior Woman's Club will hold States Swine Worm their monthly meeting, April 18, at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. purchased during April Bernard Barr. On the agenda will be reports on the state convention by Mrs. Richard Adams, president and each 50 lb. bag. This medicated complete Mrs. O. S. Bloom. There will also be a "Bring and Buy" sale with Whipworms, nodular worms and large members being asked to make a rrns in just 48 hours. You get an early kill, special effort to be present. It Worra-free period, less internal damage, has also been decided that the club will hold a Spring dance ----, prongs save money.., stock up May 20 at Shenandoah Dons Race track. " -Glo HeaLers only $14.50 per | nonsorirm Bloodmobile ,,, ern Sta ,o=a Se n Vidt Here April 28 One heater ill provide beat for  | cra Members of the Charles Town ll Tri-Hi-Y Club will sponsor the next visit of the Red Cross Blood SOUTHERN STATES mobile to Charles Town, on Fri- day, April 28. The unit will be at the Episcopal Parish Hall from Charles Town Cooperative lo-15 a. m. until 4 p. m. and a special effort is being made by RANSON, W. VA.- Phone: 725-2212 the Tri-Hi-Y members to make this visit one of the most success ful in sometime in Charles Town. ,& CHUItCH FU'LL CUT..,INCLUDING THE TENDERLOIN - LANCASTER BRAND /R/DIN TEAK ® .... 59'! :uu =._=: lb. 1 H A i P°derh°use Steaks 714 ' HA Q I Chuck Steaks ....... .79* • $ os € I Rub Steaks. •., 1 Eround Chuok.,o8, A!',:I:::!/t:i  :' [] " OVEN-READY FIRSTCUTS SLIGHTLY HIGHER TENDER. LEAN '!:;i' ::i 1  " ----_..i" - ::: :i::  ..... i::i ::i ..!!!i: %,,/..*. :  ",* )::iil ! il iii!,: ........... :: i:i!i!;!,:  .-. NEW LOWER GROCERY PRICES! EIJlLC EXTRA MEASURE MEAT VALUES! Breast 0 Chtcken .... ....... .o 39 Ham ........... , .......... .,o 1 ASSORTED FLAVORS 1 " - " Hi-C Fruit Drinks ....,.... 3 !!' 00.o4 Country Sausage ............. .,71" 5-VARIETIES, LANCASTER 8RAND L|TTLE LiNK WHITE OR ASST'D COLORS • 3g0 Lunch Meats .. 3 ;':=1 Esskay Sausage .,99' Charmin Toilet Tmsue , , • , • •,. pkg. 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