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JEFFERSON FAR,mRS ADVOCATE APRIL 16 1959 3--A s and Funerals '1 C. PERKS Perks of 102 here died Man- ' in Baker VA Has- employed by the * 'and Iron Works retiring in 1955. County, Vs. 0rz Dec. 12, 1882, a Joseph and Sarah ll0s:t of his life in and was a member Church 'here, Jr. a fire chief Company. his wife, Mrs. at home; daugh- May, charles P. Perks, six sisters-Mrs. Si Md.; 'Mrs. g; Mrs. Spring, Md.; Charles Town ~her, Hanson; Charles Town Perks, Charles James Perks, ~lx grandchildren; and sev nephews. received at the Funeral Home morning. Thurs at Charles Town the Reverend and the Rfv. Edge Hill Cem the Citizens Fire as active and JOSEPtl WILLIAM CARROIJ, Joseph William Carroll, 77, died Wednesday night at 9:45 at the Charles Town General Hospital where he had been a patient for one week. He had been in impair- ed health rfor several years. A retired carpenter, employed by the Whitmore Lumber Com- pany in Charles Town for a num bar of years, the deceased was born May 10, 1881 in Jefferson County, a son of the late J. P. and Mary A. White Carroll. He was a member of the "Charles Town Methodist Church. Surviving are his wife: Mrs. Myrtle M. Williams Carroll at the home on Preseton street; a son, Joseph Howard, South Church St. Charles Town; two sons by a for- mer marriage, Dorsey of McCool, ~Md.; and tester of Middletown Md. A sister, Mrs. Nora Wilcher of Keyser, W. Vs.; two brothers- Prod S. Carroll of Hagerstown, Md.; and George Dewey Carroll of Elkins, W. Va., also survive. The body is at the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ranson from where services will be conducted Saturday afternoon at 2 p. m. by his pastor, the Rev. Robert H. Hiller, assisted by the Rev. Randall Parsons of the New Street Methodist Church in She,p herdstown. The ,remains will be taken to Green Hill Cemetery in Stephen City, Va. for burial. Bearers will be Charles H. Small wood, Edward Lee Morgan, Tho- mas Kern, Richard Rowland and T. Samuel Shade of Shel~herds- town. Hear About Hatchery the Charles Town ~eeting in regular Thursday ev an interest- Lennon of at Lee- which was ;aid the hatchery types of fish water. The var- all like ,cold said* ,.hat eggs brood fish Other hatcheries, and hat- at the hatchery. about fm, ty to hatch, the length of time depending some what on the temperature of the water. After hatching the fish are kept in ponds for a ~ear, at which time many will measure 12 inches. These fish are t,hen used to sock local streams and the creeks in the National Parks, Dr. Lennon said. The speaker said ,besides the propagation of fish, the Biologists at the hatchery spends most of thei rtime studying the various dis eases of fish. He said that fish are subject to most of the diseases found in ~he human family. For instance they suffer from cancer and tumors, very much like men. He said that the treatment of many of the diseases prevalent to man, were first used on fish by biologist in the hatcheries. Dr. Lennon said that the life of fish as a whole is relative short lived, rain bow trout live u:p to 5 Sta'ehan Sanitas; Gorgeous pat~er~ ~I 8TOCKi Wor)d's most ER the Same Addr~s) Charles Town, W. Va. ItOWERS SAVES YOU ~V'ONEk WITH YEAR ROUND PAINT DISCOUNTS Save $4.00 on 4 Gallons (Mix Colors) $4.96 on 4 Gallons (Mix Colors) * i Gal. $4.98--10% Discount on 4 Gala. Gal. $7.01--10% Discoun, on 4 Gals. 1 Gal. $7.01--10% Discount on Gala. Enamel 1 Gal. $6.93- 10% Discount on4 Gala, of Mixed Brands and Mixed Colors at one time YEAR ROUND!H! : .:.. :!:. LOOK! ONLY Model FA-60 TRADE BRAND NEW, TERMS NEVER BEFORE OFFERED PEED WASHER QII these big featuresI ' IL ~l~ls, One for regular,, other for delieales. t ~iu'''tn fitter for lint-free washes ~,-tt~p Wash-rinse selector control. t .~ter level control for narflal loads t gfict:_ntor* agitator gets clothes cleaner. ~Q,:Y'sctVing Suds-Miser available (optional). ~,. "net full lO-Ib, load of clothes. *Trek. / IN! DON'T MISS THIS BIG SALE! CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Red Cross Drive Near: Goal In Jefferson County With the Jefferson Coun,ty Red Cross Chapter's membership fin- ancial drive now within sight .of it's goal, those who have worked hard and long in directing the drive made one last appeal this week for all district captains who have not completed their canvass ing and reported to the Red Cross office to do so at once. If the can- va.%ing can not be finished with in the next week all workers are asked to make reports on monies they have already coleeted. The County's quota of $5,667 is now not ,too f2r away and with. a and all captains reporting it can 'be reached, Red Cross officials feel The latest figures reported ,to :the Red Cross office to date are: Bakerton $58.31; Berryville Pike $150.00; Blue Ridge $97.36; Bar- dane $20.50; N. E. Charles Town $135.80; N. W. Charles Town $358.51; S. E. Charles Town St,- 534.53; S. W. Charles Town $264.- 55; Engle $11.92; Flowing Springs Road $67.05; Hall town $45.45; Harpers Ferry $76.37: Bolivar $88.96; Brown's Shop- Johnsonto.wn $23.25; Keys Ferry Road $67.00; Katie,town $113.50; Kearneysville $56.00; Leetown $129.28; Martinsburg Pike $55.37; Middleway $165.85; kMillville $450.- 55; Ranson N. W. & S. W. $66.54; Ranson S. E. $173.00; Ranson N. E. $230.56; River Road $59.50; Rippon $71.20; Shenandoah Jun- ction $59.50; Summit Point $161.- 25; Washington Heights $197.98; Charles Town S. E. & S. W. $52. 68; Charles' Town N. W. $38.58; Charles Town and Ranson $32.02. years; many other breeds are shorter lived. Fish are fed mostly on a cerial diet, to which is added about a 5~; liver portion. When asked about the dead fish in the Shenandoah River, he said that they studied fish diseases only; and so far their studies had revealed ,that these fish had not died from any disease. Parent Booster Club Names Awards Winners The Senior Class Parent Boos- ter Club named t~he winners of t.he various following awards Satur- day night: Miss Phyllis Tabler of MartinslJurg the $25, Miss Cath- erine Miller, Keedysville, Md. the Country Ham, Miss Barbara Daw son of Charles Town; the Brass Candle Stick Holders, compliments of Powhatan Brass ,and Iron Works, Mrs. Ma,rgaret Kilmer of Charles Town, l~he Automatic Per culator compliments Of J. Ed Ma- gaha and Mrs. Eleanor :Dawson of Charles Town the table lamp cam pliments of ,Melvin T. Strider Co. The Booster Club sincerely thanks everyone tha,t donated to the club. Jr Chamber Commerce Endorses P posed Boundary Extensions* The Jefferson Coun, ty Chamber of Commerce, a.t i.ts regular meet- ing held on April 8, 1959, passed the following resolution pertaining to the proposed boundary change of the corporate limits of Charles Town, W. Va. WHEREAS Lthe Jefferson Coun- ty Junior Chamber of Commerce believes in'progressive municipal development and tha't i,t should go on record as a, pproving any pro posals which it believes will ac- complish such development and WHEREAS the said Junior Cham- ber of Commerce believes that the proposed boundary change o the corporate limits of Charles Town will, in overall effect, be benefic- ial to the general public and ad- vance the standards of Charles Town and its environs. -THEREFORE BE IT resolved that the Jefferson Coun,ty Junior Chamber of Commerce does here by pledge its support of the pro- ~ posed extension of t;he boundaries of Charles Town, West Virginia. Mrs. C. J. Knott Observed 97th Birthday Saturday Mrs. C. J. KnoVt celebrated her 97t,h birthday on S~turday, April 11 at her home tn Shepherdstown. Three of her children were with her at dinner. Approximately a score of friends drc~pped in during the day to offer felicitations. IMrs. Knott and ehildz~n wish to take this opportuni,ty to thank the many neighbors and friends who so kindly remembered her with cards and gifts. Honorary Fire Chief Miss Deloris Jean Day, daugf~- ter of Mr. and Mrs. J, Edgar Day of Shepherdstown, has been nam ed the Honorary lalre Chief of the Shepherdstown Volunteer Fire Co. for the Fire,men's parade of the Apple Floss0m Festival on April 30. . Miss Day has been a varsity cheerleader at She pherdstown High School for the past three years. She is a member ~f the STY,, dent Council, TrI-Hi-Y and the Girls' Glee Club. She is active in the Methodist Church Youth Fel- lowship. 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