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JEFFERSON ra Ir-.Rs ADVOCATE APRIL 23, 1959 3-- A COMER Comer, 65, about 9 SaLur- home of his dau- W,hittin~ton, Although he for several able to be up only Friday was 'i}la section of Jef 24, 1893, the son of the late Ware Comer. of the Uvilla two sons, Frank both of Ran- r, Mrs. Charles w,hom he res- Herbert Grace Anderson. Mrs. Agnes Gay, Mrs. Estella Md. and three also survive. relatives were re- ~elvLn T. Strider in Ranson until when services at 2 ,p. m. Wheeler of ,the Ohildren's Haven near Charles Town, officiated. Burial was in Edge Hill Cemetery, Charles Town. Bearers were: Jay Hun'ter, Ce- cil Link, Robert Brady, Robert Jones, Richard Dailey, tester Sta ley, Philip Perks and Rufus Tur- ner. MRS. IDA S. IIARRISON Mrs. Ida Sophia Harrison, 80, wi,fe of Lewis M. Harrison of Sandy Hook, Md. died at her home Tuesday night after a long illness. The deceased was born in Yar- rowsburg, Md., a daughter of the late John David and Elizabeth West Fouch. She had lived, how- ever ,in Sandy Hook for the past 60 years. She had also been a mem ber of the Sandy Hook Methodis,t Church Tar many years. Surviving are .her husband, a son, Sherman Harrison o,f Bolivar; three daughters-Mrs. Mildred Sex ton of Loudoun County, Vs.; Miss Junie Harrison of Sandy Hook, Md.; Mrs. Kathryn HoWman of Baltimore, IMd. Four grandchild- ren, .four great grandchildren and a brother, George Four,h, the lat- ter of Yarrowsburg, also survive. The ,body was taken to the Eack lea Funeral Home in Bolivar for services Friday evening at 11 with ,the Rev. J. E. Seay of Brunswick, Md. officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery in Bolivar GOING ON IN . . . Roy BroodeD Telephone 256-JX to see Jim Young Inn was able'to the weekend with re,turned to the 'Hospital on Man all ,hope he will soon. and daughters were Wednes- Mrs. Rebecca Glaize of Silver 'been visiting his Glaize and other Mr. and Mrs. GlIbert Rust Jr. and daugher of New Jersey spent .the ,weekend with his mother Mrs. Mary Ruse Sr. in Ransom Mrs. Walter Glaize o.f Ranson spen~t Sunday i.n Berryville witch her daugh, ter Mrs. Eddie 'Levi la- .ter in the afternoon. They v~sited ,Mr. Levi who is a patient in t~he Winchester Memorial Hospital Mr .,and IMrs. Richard Braith- waite and .children were Sunday dinner gues,ts wi,t~h Mr. and Mrs. John Braithwaite of near town. Later in the evening they drove to Leesburg. Bh~; atmlum ~t~; C,~po~ p~tm~ ~N STOCK. Z ehoppiM. W~t~d'a m~t b~utif~ STORE at the 8sine Add~m) Charles W. 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Dor.,~ i'{obin.:,on .and daugh- Iter Cindy were recent visitors wi,th Mrs. Martin Grimes and family of near town. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Breeden and , son Philip along with Mrs. George Breeden and son George and grandson Pete and Jim,my drove ,Lo Berkeley Springs on Sunday. Mas,ter Wayne Breeden spent the past weekend with his grand- ~parents Mr. and IMrs. J. E. Small wood of Byrds Orchard. Miss Patsy Mauck and Nancy Graham were Tuesday nigh,t sup per guests wiCh Mr. and Mrs. Char lea Mauck and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Braith- wai,te and son Rickie visited with Mr .and Mrs. Harry Creamer and *Mr. and tMrs. Robert Brai.t'hwai,te and families of Kearneysville on Monday night. Mrs. Marvin Ramey and Mrs. Ar thur Viands were in Winchester on Tuesday morning taking little Sarah Francis Ramey 'to .the doc- tor. Mrs. Earl Webb of Millville vis- ited with Miss Elizabeth Webb on Tuesday. Miss Elizabeth Webb and bro- ,ther David vial,ted with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Watez~ and son of Pleasan,t Valley, Md. on Monday evening Little Debbie Brait'hwaite is spending a couple of days in the country wi,th her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smailwood. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hough was d,inner guests on Sunday with her mother and father Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smallwood of Byrds Or- 'Chard. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Small- wood of Seminary street vial.ted ,wi,th IMiss Elizabeth Webb and ,De rid Webb on Saturday evening. Mr. Arthur Webb and Miss El- izabeth Webb and brother David and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Webb and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Din- een Welsh spent Sunday wi,th Mr. and Mrs. Harold Webb and sons of Sot~t.hlawn, Md. Mr. and Mrs. George l~binson were dinner guests in Ri~ppon on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jones. Mrs. l~y Breeden, Mrs. Edgar Smallwood and Mrs. Richard Braithwaite and two c~hildren were shoppers in Winchester on Mon- day. Mr. Norman Briggs of Wilming ,ton, Del. s~pent ehe weekend with his aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson of seven,th ave- nue. Mrs. Robert ;Braiehwaite was ',a recent visitor with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Breeden and sons of the Ran son In, n. Mrs. Francis Beard and tMrs. Dot Chamblin were in Winches- ter on Monday shopping. Mrs. David Hines vial,ted recent ly her brother 'and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fisher and .family in Martinsburg. Recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hinted were Mr. and Mrs. Mayo S,hHey of tMiddleway. Grace Boyd and Lelia Naylor of Ranson, .Stanley Fry Hardy of Winchester and Mr. Harold H~n- ton of St~mmit Point. Mr. and Mrs. James Williams of Baltimore visited on Sunday wi,th Ml:s. Phyllis Farmer of ter~th ave. and later in the evening they visi ted Mr. and Mz~s. Stanley Hlntom MY. ~anley I~]~on, has been our sick list for the past cou- ,ple of weeks. April Pack meeting for Cub Scouts Troop 37 will :be held Fri day, April 24 at 7:30 a the saint Thomas Lutheran Church in Ran- son. All members and ,families are urged to be present. Scouts Visit Dairy Farm Boys of den one and ~wo of Pa~ck 39 along "~ith' .their den mothers Mrs. Evelyn Kl,tchen, Mrs. Dorothy Chamblin and ~rs. Frances Beard and den ,chief-Die ky Beard and Billy Willingham visited the dairy farm of ~rg. James Dailey. Everyone seemed Go have a wonderful time. Mrs: Daft ey tops everything by treating each one to a bottle of chocolaVce milk. They all send thanks back to Mrs. DaHey. After returning I~ack ~to .town den one went to visit Peoples Sup ply. BAKERTOH Miss Margaret Houser Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Austin of Chambersburg, Pa. ,were Sunday ,guests of her ,mother Mrs. Ado #Moler. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee Pine and family af Charles Town were ,Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W~tson. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mills and daughters and Mrs, Anna 'Mary Hetzel motored to Washln.~ton, D. C. and were guests of Mrs. W. S. Geary and family and Mr: and IMrs. G. W. Bmma~t. Mr. and Mrs. I.x~vell Hetzel mo- tored ,to ,Be t'hesda, ~d. on Sunday and vlsi~ed her mother Mrs. D. N. Miler and son. The Childrens ,Society of the W. S. C. S. of ,t, he Methodist Chur ch held their regular monthly and business meeting at ,the ,church on Sunday evening af,ter the meet- ing Mrs. Hil,l served eefresh ments. 'Mrs. R. P. Hoffman and Mrs. Essie Manuel of Ma~tinsburg wer~ Sunday evening supper guests of ~Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill and also visi- ted W. A. Manuel and son. Mrs. Samuel Trundle and son George of near Shepherds~town were Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder and ,their 'house guests Mrs. Donald T~ndle and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ruaion, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mi,tehell and daughter and Mrs. Llna Halvey of Broadway, Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fries and grandsons of Mar ,tinsburg were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott and ,fa, mfly. Miss Alma Lee Knott of Martins burg was a weekend guest of 'her paren, ts Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knott and f, amily. 'Mrs. William Caprio~ti and Mrs. Donald Trundle and daughter of Charles Town on Sunday and vial- .ted !Mr. and 'Mrs. Richard Brock- ,man and family. The Jefferson 4-H Club ~held ,its regular mon, thly and ,business meeting at .the home of Danny Hetzel with a very good a~tendan- re. Mrs. ttetzel served refresh- ,men, ts. GREEN Lancaster Brand Tender, Lean Beef Lancaster Meat is a Treat to Eat! Taste and See! 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