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~rhnd~ot~,~. ~¢i, hU,~ba~d, Chatl¢.~ Wood a~d the Roy. Loon ,Rl~i/h, Town by Dr. Chatle~ B. Mb0rt|o~, Ferry., ha,~ cotflpleted indirldtml] In Charle~ ~own, with a tr~Jck R. Myers died sonic years ago. ] officiating,, with burial in Rose- of Shepherdstown. Burial will })( combat training here. / owned by H. N. Randolph, being Surviving are four sons- Jose- dale Cemetery, Martinsburg.made in Fah-view Cemetery in The four-week course included damaged. ph and Raymond F. Myers both SalTing as pallbearers were: Jefferson County. Friends will be over 200 hours of instructiont of Martinsburg; Charles of Char- James E. Watson, Jr., Howard N. received at the Smith ~emorial undertone, coveringSimulatCdsquadC°mbattactics,C°ndit'Iguer [ _a_ert0nB k Driver Is leston; and Walter of Baltimore; Clendening, Kenneth R. Simp- Funeral Home in Charles Town rilla warfare, clay and night corn-I five daughters. Mrs. Mary Riten- son, J. Frank Gardner, III,.Char- Friday night from 7 until 9 p. m. bat, patrolling and the use of in'] r ltar~~,H ~u After Wreck Bur and Mrs. Maggie Boyer, both les B. Clehdening, III, and Der- of Shepherdstown; Mrs. Louise wood Busey. 1 Marine L..0 ,antry weapons LILLIE SWOPE MYERS Hughes and Mrs. Grace Scott,', S~ His next stop is four weeks of Margaret E. Terry of Bakerton, services were held Mon both of Baltimore, Md.; and Mrs. [ MRS THELMA C. ROUZEE basic specialist training in his was charged with failure to have at 2'.~ ~ m ¢..,. ,h,~ ~h,~,~ Doris Long, of Boonsboro, Md.;, Mrs. Thelma Carroll Rouzee, Completes Training milita, occupational field. Mar- her car under control following ¢_. '"%Y" ":" ."~. ...... ~..Y'"~," also 29 grandchildren; 30 great' 44, of Middleway, formerly a res- ines to he assigned to infantry a two-car accident Thursday aft- t~wn t'resoyterlan unurcn, . . M ........ "" "" ~grandchfldren; three Esters Mrs. ident of Winchester, Va., and units will be taught infantry sub ernoon about 4:15 on West Wash- • ~. L]ll)e Ann Swope ~wyers, i- .. ~ ..... M~rtinsburo Mrs i 0f Martmsburg" who dmd" Sat-" but,. ......... . s; .. wife of Harrison Rouzee, died At Camp LeJeune, N.C. specialties, such as the machine ington Street in Charles Town. "" i ....' "~' ..... l Jenme Fhck, Charles Town; and Wednesday afternoon in Win- gun, grenade launcher, rifle or Patrohnan Cyrus Molar of the ~aT~i~lng s ~augmers riospl-!Ella gandall of Hagerstown; and chester (Va.) Memorial Hospital, i mortar. Marines to be assigned to Charles Town Police Department • sourg The ttev t, eorge~. " "h r Geor e Swo e of t . • " ". two orot e s - g P following a short illness, l hi_~hlv technical specialties will said the car being operated by er offlcmted and burial was[ .... ~' "'" 1" r Swo-e of be"~ sent to military technical i P/orma; ann wa te . p n the Reformed Cemetery [ Shepherdstown. The deceased was born June t the Terry woman struck a car be- 30, 1921, in Bluemont, Va., a' schools for their specialist train: ing driven by Francis J. Rowland )herdstown. daughter of Mrs. Bertha E. Car- ing. of Charles Town. Damage to the were the deceased's MRS. EDITH M. B. FLEMING roll of Winchester, and the late two cars amounted to about $175. Funeral services were held on Charles Carroll. She was a mem-[ Wednesday at2 p'. m. from the bar of the Braddock Street Math- R0bert_ Sreede, ! Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funer- odist Church, Winchester. 01111 II al Home in Ranson, for Mrs.I In addition to her mother, she m ~errvw.e.ts Edith Marie Brown Fleming, 82,!is survived by her husband, Har- a resident of Hanson, who died lrison Rouzee, of Middleway; a Monday in Charles Town General i son Russell Carroll Rouzee at the Hab~ For HIi-nuii Mr8 D.. Hospital. The Rev. Millard Will-! home; two sisters--Mrs Edgar tams, of Leetown, officiated and Pine, of Route 1, Berryville, Va.;, Robert G. BreedeR, 24, of Berryville, Va., was arrested in burial was made in Edge Hill and Mrs. James Vaughn of GrayI Charles Town Monday night a- In contrast to several weeks VOTE FOR Cemetei'y in Charles Town. Avenue Winchester; three broth-, M. DANDRIDGE The deceased was born in Jeff- ers--Charles M. Carroll, of Mar-" bout 7 o'clock by Sergeant Perry ago when the birth rate at the arson county, Nov. 17, 1883, a tinsburg; Russell Carroll of Well- Ott and Patrohnan Norman Ball- Charles Town General Hospital Former Principal Of daughter of the late Calvin Page town Pike; James Carroll of Wal- I anger on charges of leaving the was rather heavy, the stork has and Lillian Bane Brown. She had don Drive, Winchester. scene of an accident and for driv- made but a few visits to the fac- Jackson High School been a member of the LeetownI The body is at the Smith Mem-I PRIVATE RICKEY L. ROSS ing without an operator's license, fifty in the past two weeks and Man With School Baptist Church since 1904. Her[orial Funeral Home in Charles Camp Lejeune, N. C. (FHTNC: Breeder is charged with alleg- this past week only two births And Training) husband, George W. Fleming, i Town, where the family will re- March 18 - Marine Private Rickey edly being involved in a hit-and- were recorded and both of them died in I949. !calve friends and relatives from L. Ross, brother of Mrs. Robert run accident which occurred on occurred on Tuesday, April 5, FOR THE Sui*viving are two sons--Calvin 7 until 9 p. m. Thursday and Fri- Colligan of Route 1, HarpersMarch 14 on North West Street and both were girls. JEFFERSON COUNTY P. Fleming, Charles Town and day night. Services will be held OF EDUCATION George W. Fleming, Martinsburg, Saturday morning at 11 o'clock and a sister, Mrs. Marie Renner, from the Charles Town Presbyter- Your Vote Appreciated Berryville, Va. and nine grand- inn Church, with the Rev. Carlyle Jan.. 27-TE Pd. Pol. Adv. children and 19 great-grandchild- McDonald pastor, officiating. He t ran. will be assisted by the Rev. Henry S. Amidon of Winchester, Va. MRS. CARRIE E. BUSEY Burial will be made in Edge Hill / VOTE FOR Mrs. Carrie Edith Busey, 91, Cemetery. widow of J. William Busey, died P. BURNS, Jr, at her home near Scrabblehad at Mrs. James B. Carter "\ I ALAA 9:15 p. m., April 7. She been Ar.qB]t,q~qlBqB FOR a semi-invalid for eight years and bedfast for five weeks. Dies At Age Of 99 PRIZE WINNERS NO PURCHASE REQUIRED DISTRICT Mrs. Busey was born at Lee- town, March 20, 1875, the daugh- ~h H NRRr$ NOW !'O P~tY= County Farmer tar of James E. and Margaret El- In PJt abu 0spiral NOw, you can win up to $1,000.00 in CASH! It's so easy.., ust pick up your FREE QUIK. izabeth Roberts Watson. She lived CASH card each time you visit your nearby her entire life in Jefferson and YOUR SUPPORT Mrs. Jennie B. Carter, 99-year. Acme Market. Erase the gold spot on the LL BE APPRECIATED Berkeley Counties. She was a old resident of Pittsburgh, Pa., card, and you'll find 1, 2 Or 3 letters. Save these letters until you spell any one of the Feb. 10-TE, Pd. ling,time member of the Leetown and a former resident and native s~x words listed on the card for one. five, ten, twenty, one hundred or one thousand Methodist Church. of Charles Town, died Monday dollarst Then, simply present your winning Surviving are two sons, Ray L.afternoon in a Pittsburgh has- QUIK-CASH card to your Acme store mar~- ger for your cash prize .... IT'S THE BEST Busey, at home, William N. Bus- pital, following a short illness. ., n~ Y~TO cmcx ACmm YOUR VOTE ey, Pikeside; two daughters, Miss The deceased was born and " Violet E. Busey and Miss Helen lived for years in Charles Town and support will be P. Busey, both at home; one before going to Pittsburgh to appreciated by -- granddaughter, Mrs. Riley C.make her holne with a niece, Mrs. ohn N. Newcomer Woodforod, Dunbar, W. Va. and Charlotte Wright of Wandless i three great-grandchildren; also street, Pittsburgh. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1966 ,A --3 A daughter. Jill Renee, was born April 5, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert it. Burcher of Roule 4. Martinsburg; and a daughterl Kim Leigh, was born the same day to Mr. and Mrs. James R. Weddle of Brunswick, Md. Surgical patients that were ad- mitted to the hospital during the period of April 5-12 were: Mr. Harry Baumgardner, of Kearneysville; Miss Pamela M. Link Shenandoah Junction; and Master Adam B. Link, III, Shen- andoah Junction; Mr. Thomas W. Dillow, Jr.. Charles Town Rt. 1; Master Henry A. Hawkins Charles Town; Miss Patricia M. McDonald, Hatlt0wn; Mrs. Laura J. Baker, Hanson; Miss Linda I. Everhart, Kearneysville, Rt. 1; Miss Jo Ann ttamitton, Bruns- wick, Md.; Mr. Willard L. South- ard, Shenandoah Junction; Mrs. Judith E. Conner, Brunswick, Md. Mrs. Evelyn L. Brill, Hanson; Little Mary A. Writt, ttarpers Ferry, Rt. 1; Mrs. Mary E. Weav- er, Harpers Ferry, Rt. 1; Miss Wilma L. ttostler, Harpers Ferry, Rt. 2. Medical patients admitted were: Miss Audrey P. Barron, Knox- ville Md., Rt. 2; Mrs. Hazel M. Rutherford, Charles Town; Mr. Lewis E. Taylor, Brunswick, Md.; Mrs. Mary M. ttughes, Charles Town; Mrs. Mildred A. aden, of Hanson; Mrs. ttilda L. Mumaw, Charles Town, Rt. 1; Miss Nancy A. Myers. Knoxville, Md.; Mr. Charles W. ttarrison. Knoxville, Md. Rt. 2; Mrs. Margaret V. Fell- ers, Knoxville; Md.; Mr. Shirley :u. Ball. Laurel, Md.; Mr. Morris B. Kain, tlarpers Ferry; Mrs. Rosa Z. th/llis. Charles Town; Baby Timothy L. Spurh)ck Brunswic}~, Md.; Mr Albert C. Rust, Charles Town; Mr. Edward N. McKee, of Kearneysville; Mr. Charles C. Cogle. t]arpers Ferry, Rt. 2; Mrs. Matilda B. Merchant, Hanson; Miss Paula L. Chambtin, Hanson; Mr. Ward Kellison, of Harpers Ferry; Mrs. ttazel I. Cook, Knox- ville, Md., Rt. 2. Go To Church Sunday 4~ DIAMOND-~-'JUBILEE Candidate For one brother, J. Ernest Watson, She was born Nov. 1, 1866, a ¢ • Middleway; two sisters, Mrs. J. daughter of the late Thomas and Enter Frank Gardner, Charles TOwn and Catherine W. Bailey, of Charles INSTANT WINNERS! You may WIN up to $I,000 with just one card I'Iarpers Ferry District Mrs. Frank R. Simpson, Front Town. She was the last member --A,,S,S Royal, Va. of her immediate family. Her (Owner and Operator) Funeral services were held at only survivors are a number of CUT FROM YOUNG, CORN-FED BEEF! . SIRLOfll Cliffside Motel) Rosemo~t - Kogelschatz and Coff- nieces and nephews. man Funeral Home in Martins- Services will be held Saturday ~., burg on April 10th, at 2:30"p. afternoon at 2 from St. Phillips m., with the Rev. J. Raymond Epic, opal Church in Charles I Will Appreciate Your VOTE And SUPPORT Your "Man" I, Service J. Edward Magaha Will Ap hter O --FOR-- , ' *I+EN DER SHOULDER • THE Lamb Chops ....... 79c FANCY RIB ILkBLETOWN DISTRICT Lamb Chops ...... • *!" LEAN, TENDER Feb. 17-TE, Pd. Neck Shank..... 39' +.ST..A+CHO. L ' Breast of Lamb ..19' LANCASTERBraunschweiger.NO ,53' RE-ELECT He'll want to keep informed of hap- / NHOLEI.E@$ORBREAST$ Dried Beef .... I,';: 49c GEORGE It. CRIM penings at home and news of his FOR . . Commissioner friends and neighbors while away. IDEAL QUALITY BL DISTRICT YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT P LL BE APPRECIATED AT THE MAY 10 PRIMARY ELECTION Feb. 24-TE-Pd. ;ET CARD !... ON EACH ACME VISIT ! EXQUISITE, 24 KARAT, PURE GOLD PLATED .,CfigRM BRACELET IXCLUOmG C~ T-Bone or Porterhouse Steaks . + 99' ..=., .SO.AT= = ...... CHARM BRACELET Tender Eye Roast of Beef .......... +. ....... FRESH QUALITY. PAN-READY LEA", FIRESIDE SLICED ~~ The best way to he p himdo this is to send him the SPIRIT.ADVOCATE every day. THIS COUPON WORTH t~'_ ~mmtESS .... --.---~5 T~E CO~'ON WORI~ | THIS COUPON WO+ITH (Payable In Advance) om.m= , ,AVO TU,.. ' Crisco Shortening 87 6 85 FOR And ELECT C C LLOYD S. HOUGH ,A,.+A,n... ¢ FOR . . MIATUISS P ,.. " " INSTANT nty Commmsloner ""TttF "+ ....... Cal al ,.. i ......... . !Yu ee '+" trpe] ; Ferry District 9 AT THE MAY 10 t ferlon +'H .uE,..: ¢1 n+E.s,+., ,_.w___b+y,s ....... " V( PE & SUPPORT e • (i einz K, '+" , Golden q ..... ...3- , I,n I +' I • ..... Iml. q BE APPRECIATED ELECTION "rite Paper With The Home Town News" MEMBER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY 'CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Apr. 7-T.E.-Pd.