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01, Jr FFERSON ra, r,T n ADVOCATE APRIl, 30 1959 3--A DEWEY IIILI, Hill, 61, stone for the Jones Crop., in Mar Thursday at his home on street here. Previously he was of the Standard y plants ve in Masonic aft- past masler of 25, A. P. and A. a member of No. 5 in Charles Commandry on April 18 son of tile late and Ida Stunkle of St. Timm- in Ransom his wife, Mrs. Hill, at home; Pros:ton Mer Noland. at. Kisner, Char sons-O. Dewey ille, Va.: Dan- N. Y.; bro- , Martinsbur_~; sis Thornburg, Wev' nine grandchild- Friends were received at the Mel vin T. Strider Company Colonial Puneral Home here, where ser- vices were held Sund~v at 2 p. m. with his pastor, the Rev. Richard Neal, officiating. ,Members of Logan Lodge con- ducted Masonic graveside rites at t~osedale Cemetery in Martins- burg and also served as bearers. Honorary bearers were: Lowell Hetzell, Gilbert Perry, James Van Evera, C. Art, hut Webb and Sam- uel J. Price. LLOYI) NEI,SON TIIARPE Lloyd Nelson Tharpe, 51, died Sunday night in his horoe in Mer- rick Long Island, N. Y. after a b,'ief illness. The body will be removed ,to Smith and Strider Funeral Home here Thursday afternoon for ser- vices there Friday at 2 p. m. with the Roy. Robert H. Hiller officiat- ing. Jaekson-Perk~ Post, American Legion, will conduct military rites at Edge Hill Cemetery here. An Armed Porees veteran, he sezwed in the 59th Service Squad ran of the 2d Bomb,ardier Group prior to World War II and during the war he saw duty wlth the Navy. He was born in Pi,ttsburgh, Pc. on March 23, 1908, a son of ,Mrs. Mamie Tharp Troutman of Mer- rick, L. I. and the late Mr. Tharp. Surviving are: his mother, step- brother, Joseph Troutman, Bal.ti- BI Bh-ge; Strahan ~t~; Wall-Tax ~00 Gorgeotm patmnm IN STOCK, y shopping. World's moat tmgutifial ALLPAPER STORE at the Ssme Addreu) St, Charles Town, W. Va, 486 BOWERS SAVES YOU ~PONE$ WITH YEAR ROUND PAINT DISCOUNTS roDe Save $4.00 on 4 Gallons lMix Colors) rnej Save $4.96 on 4 Gallon~ tMix Colors) Paints ~ i Gal. $4.98--10 o Discount on 4 Gals, Gal. $7.01--10% Discoun, on 4 Gals. 1 Gal. $7.01--10% Discount on 4 Gals. Enamel 1 Gal. $6.93-10% Discount on 4 Gals. of Mixed Brands and Mixed Colors at one time OFF---YEAR ROUND!I!! 0'411~ O 411liD" 0 .MI~B, 0 .,~lllJ-O.~* O .allied o o ; 4s Long As They Last We Will A METAL WASTE PAPER WITH EACH LUBRICA- and OIL CHANGE. 404 Charles Town, We Va. DOLLARS GO FURTHER WITH sie Fries, Charles Town. --II I II ] I A total of six births occurred at the Charles Town General Hos- pital during the period of April 22 and April 27, with four of them boys and two girls. A son, Dave Malone, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Arling- ton Barker, Brunswick, Md. on April 21. Wednesday, April 22, a daugh- ter Donna Kay was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hilton Himes, Weverton, [Md. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jeremiah Rowland, Harpers Ferry, became the parents of a son, Jeffrey Lew- is on April 25. Also born on the same day was a son, Jeffrey Eug- ene to Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Jeffer- son Jenkins, Jr. of Hanson: and a daughter Bertha Atheal, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Doug- las Y'isher of Charles Town. Monday, April 27, a son, Rich- ard Dale was born to Mr. and Mrs. Perry Eugene art of Charles Town, 'Medical patients admitted to the hospital were: Mrs. Edna Jane Gray, Halltown; George Wil- l,is Thompson, Mrs. Elsie Eliza- beth Landers, Charles Town; Mrs. Anita Turner, Kearneysville; Mr. Henry Penwell, Harpers Perry and Mr. Albert Isaiah E~ton of Baker- ton. Surgical patients admitted were Mrs. Mary Ann Bast, Master Gai- us Lee Brown, Little Margie Rae Blackford, Mrs. Elizabeth Green Shepherd, City; 'Mrs. Wearie Lee Cain, Mrs. Violet Kathleen Pulse, Kearneysville; Mr. John Claude Cl.atterbuck, Purcellville; Master Maurice Glenn Hanes, Knoxville !Md ; Judge Walter Maxmillian :Bastian, Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Mary Etheleen Pearl, Miss Carol Lee Staubs, Harpers Ferry; Little Debra Lynne Care, Little Charles Eugene Care, Little Donald Wayne Caxe, Brunswick, Md.; Mr. Rz)nald Lee l~ickard, Berryville. By Miss Lillian Myers Death of Mr. Dameron Mr. R. 1% Barr and Mr. ,and Mrs. Lester Dillard were called .to Washington by l~he deat2a of Mr. BarFs son-in-law Mr. Howard C. i D~meron wLho died Friday morn- ,ing, A'pril 17th. The funeral was iheld Tuesday at 12:30 in Wash- i ington and burial was In Arling- ton Cemetery. Mr. Dameron was a World W,ar Veteran, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Seal were recent visitors with her mot;her Mrs. Lilly Yaeger in Stanley, Va. IMrs. Robert Eilerton and Miss Evelyn Huddle of Washington vis- ited t~heir sister ,and brother-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Boyd~Sun I da~rs "'Cabeli Tel:~o~nt~eS day w'ith Miss Lauret,ta Hamman in Washington. Mrs. Grover Leith returned home Saturday af, ter having been a patient in Winc:hester Memorial Hospital for the past three weeks. Her host of friends are glad to know she is recovering satisfac- torily~ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mercer and son Vaug,hn of Middletown Pa. spent the weekend with her parents. Dinner guests of [Mr. and Mrs. J. Clive Myers Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Pol- hamus, Berryville, Va. Mrs. Ca- bell Tapscott and Miss Lilllan Myers. Mrs. Paul Miller, Jr. Will Entertain D. A. R. The Pack Horse Ford Cha,pter. N. S. D. A. R, will be the guest of Mrs. Paul Miller Jr. of Kearneys- ville on [Monday, May 4 at 7:30 p. m. 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