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~CtHARLES LEE MOBLEY neral services were held Sat- ~ay at 2"30 p m from the Mel- t T Strider Colonial Funeral be'in Ranson, for Charles Lee ley, one-year-old son of Cha- and Edna Plotner Mobley, of ~dleway, who died April 29. in Hospital in Martinsburg. The ~. Clark Ellolt officiated and was made in the Masonic etery in Middleway. the infant was born in Ranson, b. 13, 1965. FRED L. CRAWFORD ~neral services were held Wed ~ay at 2 p. m. from the Melvin ~trider Cohmial Funeral Home Ranson, for Fred L. Crawford, i of Charles Town, who died ~day in the Brrokland Nurs'ngi ~e, RFD Charles Town, follow l a lengthy illness. The Rev. t~Sell Urquhart.~ pastor of the ~rles Town Baptist Church, tlatd~ Burial was made in the nic Cemetery in Middleway. ~he deceased was born in tiunt gton, W. Va., July 21, 1894, a of the late Elson and Alice ~Wford. He was amployed as a ~0rer at Shenandoah Downs Le track and~ was a member the Baptist Church. His wife, rs. Calara Crawford, died some lie ago. He was the last mem- *r of his immediate family. White New Moderator Va. on August 17, 1876, the dan- ghter of the late Frances Macough try and Samuel F white She was In Nomination For the widow of the Reverend R. S. Van Clove, D. D. and Harry I,. Moore, prominent attorney of Winchester Presbytery Erie, Pa. She was making her home in Lakewood with her niece The Presbytery of Winchesler and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Henry tI. Torrey. She is survived by two nieces! Mrs H. It. Torrey and Mrs. Amon Grantham, Jefferson,,r County and one nephew, Mr. Wallace Shirley Hollidaysburg, Pa. Also by great and great-great nieces and nep- hews. Funeral services will be held from St. Pauls Cathedral, Erie, Pa. and internment in Waterford, Pa. CHARLES W. HARRISON Funeral services were held Sun da~, May 1, from the Church of the Nazarene in Loudoun Heights. Va., at 2 p. m. for Charles Will- ard Harrison, 79, of Sandy Hook, Md., who (lied Friday, April 29, in Charles Town General Hospital following a long illness. The Rev. 5. C Summerlin officiated and burial was made in Garrett's Mill Cemetery, Garrett's Mill, Md. The deceased was born in Luck etts, Va., Aug. 16, 1886, a son of the late George Henry and Alber- ta Rowland Harrison. He was em- aloyed by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad for many years and was a track foreman when he retired. He was a member of the Church of the Nazarene of Loudoun Hei- ghts, Va., and of the Brotherhood of Maintenance of Wa. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Ethel V. Hollinshead, of Way ~iRS. PEAR K. CREWSON nesboro, Pa.; two sons, Leslie B. i Harrison, of Sandy Hook, Md., Word was received on April lth by Mrs George Sheetz of ~e sudden (leath of her sister, i ren; four great grandchildren and ~s. Pearl Crewson in Glendora,' and Charles L. Harrison of Bruns- wick, Md. also eight grandchild- a brother, Garland Harrison of Frederick, Md. High To Be An innovation is being made in the method of paying tribute to the boys who participate in all .the athletic programs at Charles Town High School the past year, it was annunced this week by ~lifornia. kits. Crewson was a graduate of le Charles Town High School ll Dubuque University of Dub- que, Iowa. ~Irs. Crewson is survived by ~r husband and two daughters. Services were held at the Oak Chapel Glendoria, Ca., April with the Reverend Donald ~West of the Edgewood Method Church officiating. urial was in Acacia Park Cem Iery, Bullalo, N. Y. LOU WHITE MOORE met: in regular session at the Keyser Presbyterian Church. Key ser, W. Va., on May 3. Those who attended this meeting from Char- les Town were tim Rev. Carlyle A. McDonald and Jerry A. White, a ruling elder in the Charles Town Presbyterian Church. An item of business of particu- lar interest to the people of this area was the election of Mr. White to the office of Moderalor in-Nomination. This means that he will serve as moderator for the July stated meeting and any adjourned or called meetings be- tween then and the October meet ing. Mother's Day To Be Observed Sunday At Presbyterian Church On Sunday, May 8, Mother's Day will be observed throughout the nation. Special nmsie by the !several choirs of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church in ob- servance of this occasion are as follows: "Gentle Guide," Carol and Beth lehem Choirs "Mother-Love" Youth and Adult Choirs. All circles will meet in the fellowship hall of the church, Monday, May 9, at 8:00 P. M. The Junior High fellowship will meet at 5:30 P. M. on Sunday for a snack supper, a movie and rec- reation. Miss Anne Wilt Was Princess In Court Of Queen Shepherd 1966 Miss Anne Hodges Wilt, stu- dent at Shepherd College, was a princess in the court of Queen Shepherd 1966. She is the dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Wilt of Harpers Ferry., Miss Wilt is a member of Alpha Sigma Tan Sorority. Following her graduat- ction procedure : the make-up ofSPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE the coumy government, state THURSDAY, MAY 5. 1966 A---3 agencies, federal agencies and the varmus conmmnity services be- ing offered in the county. It also P.M. Monday, May 9 8 p. m. lists the organizations active in The Susanna Wesley Class will the county. It is a 52-page booklet, I' h0 Lives in The House" meet Tuesda, May lO at the home with an attractive blue and gold of Mrs. Harvey Lehman. Jr. on covering, with a line drawing of Mot]son Street at 7:30 p .m. Mrs. the county's outline and the Jeff- WJll Be Sermon Subject Robert Duke will present a pro- erson County Court house in the gram on the chm'ches in the con- center. The cover design was made by Dorothy Tabh. Asbury Methodist Church my . A trip to lne National Cathed- The booklel has been placed ral in Washington. is being plan- on sale at lhe Chamber of Corn- Sunday, May 8. The Roy. Mr. ned by this group, to be taken merce office in Charles Town, at Lee Williams will,, use "Who sometime in May. At lhis meeting the Colonial News Stand in Char- ]Lives In The House for his ser- slides of the Cathedral will be los Town and from members of mort topic at the 11 o'clock wor- shown. All members are urged to the Voters League, at 35 cents ship service at Asbury Methodist attend if possible. Church. corner of N. Charles andSr. Choir rehearsal Wednesday per copy. North Street, Charles Town, The at 8 p. m. Cherub and Junior Choirs, under Services For Calvary the direction of Mrs. Carolyn Huff Bible Study" Group, leader Mr. man Will be in charge of the Williams. Wednesday at 8 p. m. Commission on Education, I. Ph nmsic. Also at this service there right) are: JamesM Milton. E.E.a..__Las cmu,; God ,,urch will be ten young boys from the Chairman, Mr. Edward Morgan, Sam llenkle. R. W. Morrow. Preparatory Membership Class. Thursday at 8 p. m George Crim and Charles Whir- The Roy. William P. Reed, pus. ' taken into the church member. tin ton, tor of Calvary Assembly of God ship. These young men enrolled Mrs. Osborne Dunn and son, of The members of the League of Church, located on Fairfax Blvd. in this class, under the leader- Berwyn, Md.. spent the weekend Women Voters prepared the book and fifth Ave. in Ransom announc ship of Mr. Williams. in February visiting Mrs. Mamie Wiltshire and let to provide Jefferson Countians es the following schedule of ser. and it has been some time since Mr. and Mrs. Bud Stuart. with a knowledge of the so]wires vices for Sunday and subsequent the class consisted of all boys. and to provide Jefferson Count- week nights. I A Nursery for pro-school children ian.~ with a knowledge of the ser- Sunday School at 10:00 A.M. [ is provided for this service. Chu- ~,,~7'#~I~#~E~'#~) vices and structure of the county. Morning Worship at 11:00 rch School is held at 9:'~0 a. m ~~..i~ The booklel contains some excer Sunday Evening Evangelistic wilh classes for all ages. The pts from lhe hislory of the county Service at 7:36 Church invites you to come and a map showing points of interest; Tuesday, Christ's Ambassadors l worship. characteristics and the political meet at 7:30 P.M. I Other activities for the week: characteristics of the county; ele-, Thursday, Bible Study at 7:30 The Official Board will meel County Court Booklet By League Of Women NEW DIAMOND JUBILEE GAME! OVER 120,600 BIG PRIZE WINNERS HERE'S HOW TO PLAY| PLAY ACME'S dolla~l,! Then. slmply present y~ur winnlnR QUIK- Members of the Jefferson Cou- nty Court were among lhe first to receive copies of the new book let "Know Your County" prepar- ed and being distributed by ihe League of Women Votes of Jeff- erson Counly as a public service to the people of the count. And the above picture shows fly Brat- ina. Leelowr~ (left in picture anti Mrs. Glenn I]offmann (extreme right), President of the Lcague of Women Voles, presenting copras of the bookie! to the Court whosc members are as shown (left to NO PURCHASE NECESSARYI Here Are o Few More Lucky QUIIC-CASH WINNERS: MRS. DORIS MRS. A FRANK JOAN LAWLESS NICK|T MCULLDOGH ACMes _ CHARMSff ..... 50* CASH card te Tour Acme stare manager for ytlur cash prlze... IT'S THE BEST TIME YET TO CHECK forspring savings ion, Anne plans to enter the field Lou White Moore died Tuesday Principal Herbert Cottrill. of social work. ay 3, 1966 in Lakewood, Ohio. Plans have been completed for rncan""""',ra., nau.n'"-""''v WHOLE UALETY NYLONS honoring the athletes at an all. , . . . ~ . . sports banquet to be held Friday, I 0werv intent ules May 27, at 6:30 p. m. in the high- ..... ~ .......... - I i school gymnasium and it will be . ...... &.Jl. A& U.--., ~T~~ only the athletes themselves who UIIU LI 'U, /4, HUIIIt: 50 GREEN STAMPS will b i! spotlighted on the pro- , - LI.I, ram. Cottrill said there will be TuesdayBeth Marie o 'ery' 3"mnth'at the home of the I P ..................... 0" CNICKEN BREASTS: no speaking other than the brief old daugh~V 6f ,~hn Henry and .,lb. ~g V~A~,,~,V~.,~ ..... One Cc~n p~, Famll p~r~ remarks to be delivered by the Violet Morris Lowery, Jr., of | various coaches as they present of Duff]old, dmd unexpectedly Roasters ~.39c he stork made six visits to the the athletic awards, par- FILLET oF FRESH | tents DI:)O( i " ~aarles Town General Hospital Awards, letter and other spec., ~:'. ........ I ROClSt R.OVRa ............................ ~*.59 ~t~ring the period of April 27 and ..... t~urlar servzces were nolo tins t UtAO~UO.E C ml recognition will be g;ven the l ......... ' azternoon (Tnursaay( at z p m 2, dropping off three little athletes at this droner instead of l ...... " -- '- "" li D~O OVEN.:READY 7~C a *rum me Mewm T Strmer ') i rls and three boys. at a specml assembly s has been l ...... ". .. . II F ', .'!#-'y .......... : ........ lb. ~kl]l daughter was born April 27, -, -,~ ;, *ha n t omal funeral Home ]n ttanson oy ....... ls mark "" 1the Rev. Joseph Washington of ----c Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Painter uonxms .... yeart" ..... Wlll a o me Chuck Steaks .............. Cross Cut Roast ........... ,.69" ::t te 2, Charles Town; a son was . - I Duff]old Burial was made in the beginning of the Jose.pn vieneriJohnson own Cemetery. ......... .... ~rn April 29 to Mr. and Mrs. t~?~ Rib Steaks ................. 85 Cross Cut Roast ........... ,b. 89 award to the Outstanding Semor[ The child was born January 23 I c c [ d raldthe WilliS,same day af CharleSson wasTWn;born Athlete" " ' ~tA'':,;'''$9' , lSt .............. b. ld,A,-- ,.i : [1966 in Ranson. Scallops i * ..... - --c =---- Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Palmer Some 160 players,, teachers,i Surviving in addition to the tAHCYFRESH, R|OU...=IfW"' e.,,| ArmRpieceBologna...iil. ..... .......... ....... oute 1, Charles Town. coaches and disting is e, guests,parents are the maternal grand- Crakmeat..::. q,- Lunch 3ff;8o aturday, April 30 a daughter will be in attendance. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Preston 'as born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert The awards to the football team Morris of Duff]old; the paternal ~-Leake, of Ranson ,and on Sun Will be presented by head coach grandmother, Mrs. Bessie Lowery :}~:~i~i~:~:!i:!i~S}~i;~i~:~i~:~!~::~ii~ii:~`~i~i~ ~::i ~!!~i~k~::::~!~i~i~i:i~@~::~ ~Y, May 1, a daughter was born Kenneth Sims, with William of Bel Air, Md.; a sister, Nina ;ALAD FiXlN' TIME! ... CRISP ICEBERG !~= ...- t: I JVl~Ei~JlllllNlil~('@,ee,e*,,,e, elff Mr. and Mrs. Gary Smith of (Bill) Jordan, head basketball Doreen Lowery and a brother, ' te 2, Knoxville, Md. coach, presenting the awards to [John H. Lorewy, III. I .............. O | ondaY,to Mr.MaYand Mrs.2' it PhilipWaS ajohnSon (Zip) Lorenz, assistant highI Karl Kohout is spending see- large i ApI Bl l r ......... 4 *1 the basketball squad and Harold -- I klf Charles Town. school principal and head basket-leral days with his parents, Mr. edical patients admitted to ball coach, making the presentat-]and Mrs. Frank Kohout, Dover, heads hospital during the period ions to the baseball squad. IDol., prior to his being inducted | DaJ, nt, Camiles q re: I,into the service. FANCY, F, RM RED.Rllq! I Cog * .......... 4 $1 2 39:-*** ~,~Wn, Rt. 1, Mrs. Margaret A. cd~ , Bafli~tP~ 3 i~ritt, Sharpsburg, Md., Mrs. Maz- ctn,. e. e. .... ~,L. Itackley, Knoxville, Md, Mrs '-""77" .... ~ 87': e44~*.lltl~e I MEAT VARIETIES... SOUPS I ellel~eee MEATLESS V~ [IETIES... SOUPS ~ce S. Parr]s, Harpers Ferry, .2 Mrs. Eula P. Lamp, Kearn- Vihe, Mrs. Constance Stewart, rpers Ferry, Mrs. Matilda B. itrchant, Ranson, Mrs. Mary E. khart, Charles Town, Mrs. h B. Lloyd, , Harpers Ferry, Y Curtis L. Roy, Charles Town Llewellyn R. Fields, Harpers [irry, Rt. 2, Mrs. Goldie I. Wat- z, Knoxville, Md., Mrs. Nettle ttart, Charles Town, Mrs. Ruth l%pple, Johnstown, Pa., Mrs. tty Rohrback, Brunswick, Md. Ben P Simmons, Baltimore, Mrs I ouise 'D. Morris, Char- Town, Mr. William A. Crum, nswick, Md, Mrs Gaynelle K. rtleat, Kno ille," Md., Mrs. E. Fritts, Charles Town, ttle David E Camden, Shenan- F ah Junction." [ Urgical patients admitted were Charles W. Huff master, rtinsburg, Rt. 3, Box 57F, Mrs. T Bailey, Charles Town, Frances L. Harmon, Bruns- Wick, Md., Mrs. Josephine V. L gelo, Mille]lie; Mrs. Edith Unn, Charles Town, Mrs. Car- . Kable, Charles Town, Master M. Ragsdale, Jr., Purcell- Va. Little Cornelius W. Gay [% I~anson. SCOTT & WHITE Ethical Pharmacists PHONE 725-2182 CIIARLES TOWN, W. VA. No. 150 000 Dr. Family When your preseription bears this label you know will benefit from the best that the science of can provide, DEMOCRAT For STATE SENATOR- 16th District Graduate of Thomas High School and West Virginia University. At W. V. U., was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni.- versifies, and served as the mdy woman president of the Student Body. Is the mother of four children; active in the local, district and state Federation of Women's Clubs; and is a member of t he Presbyterian Church. Has served two years in the West Virginia Senate and is a member of the Senate Committees on the Judiciary, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Librar- ies. Is especially interested in better schools, improved primary and secondary roads, conservation of our nat- ural resources, and the increased promotion of tourism and travel in the Eastern Panhandle. Your Vote And Influence Will Be Appreciated. (Pd. Pol. Adv.) 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