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WEST VIRGINIA'5 OLDEST NEWSPAPER CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. BEST MEDIUM OF ADVERTISING FOR REACHING THE BUYING POWER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY AND ALL SURROUNDING AREAB FOR MORE THAN ! ieYEARS. Thursday, May 11,1961 MOTHER'S DAY Americans have a phobia for having Special Days. It has gotten so that there is hardly a day on the calendar that special tribute isn't paid to one person or ahother. But the day we observe Sunday, May 14, fits into that catagory of days we think are especially worthy of observance. Sunday is Mother's Day. It is a day for paying special tribute to the mothers of America, and we are glad to join in the chorus. There is no love that quite parallels that of a mother for her child, and that which is good in most of us is but a reflection of the love borne for us by our mothers. There are few things in the world that can be described as totally unselfish. Short of the love of God for His children, we can think of nothing as totally unselfish as a mother's love. It transcends the power of words ~ describe it. It is a tender love; it is a sacrificing love. In a world that seems at times to be going to ruin this example of love stands out, shining through all the darkness. Would that mankind could find some way to harness this power for good and follow its example in the hundred pursuits that it does not touch, except indirectly. For if this kind of love was uni- versal we would have really reached that as yet unattained era, where the brotherhood of man becomes reality. We are glad a day has been set aside to honor the mothers of Amer ica. And we hope the honor for them will not be confined'to a single day, but will be a year 'round matter. Notice of Election OF OFFICERS OF RANSON, WEST VIRGINIA. Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, June 6, 1961, the Cor- poration of Ranson, West Virginia, will hold an election for the fol- lowing officers, to-wit: Mayor, Recorder, and Five Councilmen. Said election will be held at the Ranson Graded Sehool in Ranson. W. Va., and the poll will be open from 6:30 A. M., D. S. T., until 6:30 P. M.. D. S T. J. KELLY LANCE, Mayor. ARTHUR D. MILLER, Recorder. lV~y 4-3t. Notice 14 1961 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION UPON WITHDRAWAL NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: THE SOUTHERN PLATE GLASS CO., a corporation licen- sed to do business in West Virgin ia, hereby gives notice that it in- tends to withdraw from the State of West Virginia, Mark A. Aronoff Secretary May 4-4T- Laborites quarrel among selves over Polaris base. Special 35 to 1 gear reduction gives you the power you need--and then some too--a "Power Bonus." Result ? 3 advantages.over tillers with "just enough" Power. You get substantially less engine wear, longer engine life, less main- ,t~nce! You pay no more for "Power Bonus." 22 cut. 3 HP Clinton engine. Recoil starter an~ power re~'erse. Low 90 RPM tine speed, along wzth "Power Bonus," means easier ha~diing. Heavy-duty tines. (No. S-41) Use Easy Payment Plan. $149.95 Not shown: 20" cut, 8 HP Roto Tiller (No. $220) $124.95 22" cut, 3 HP Roto Tiller (No. S50) $159.95 ALL PRICES LESS 10% SOUTHERN CHAm.ES TOWN PHONE 443 STATES COOPERATIVE RANSON, W. VA. CARD OF THANKS. 1 John and Thomas Matthews; two I farm for years at Kearneysville I Two grandchildren and a sister, I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON v~m -- -- I sisters, Mrs. Florine Lyne and I and was a member of the Presby Mrs. John Snyder of Martinsburg ~ 4--A THURSDAY, MAY we wisl~ to express our appre.- Mrs. Pauline Childs; three nieces terian Church at Kearneysville. also survive. cia~ion to all our zrienos zor each and two ne he "s A h o w rot organ urv,v1 a.e , w ,o eonorel unera, or.ico .oro a, ] .token of sympathy offered dur- dol h ...... , " . ". pz ~arnes ano a sister lvxrs. Widmyer at the home, three sons Tuesday afternoon at 2 from the Elmwood'Cemetery in Shepherds- Miller, Hugh Hill, l ling ~oubelem~V~e:nt~'~st~os~a~[ Charlotte Sheffield preceded him Boyd L. Widmyer, Shepherdstown Melvin T. Strider Sudley Funer- B~yd " ' " " in death. He was the last of the Jack M. Widmyer, Hancock, Md. al Home in Shepherdstown. The town. shall, Laird Marsha, HEI~ CI-tILDI:LENBarnes names in his immediate and Irving C. of Covington, Ky. ReD. Arthur J. Gullick, his pastor, J Bearers were: Tom Hammond, Kearns. May ll-lt.-pd, branch of his family. Special Mother's Day Service Sunday At 11 "Every American is urged to at tend church with his friends and neighbors on Mother's Day", sta- ted Carlyle A. McDonald in an- nouncing a special Mother's Day service at the Charles Town Pres byterian Churdh on May 14 at 11:00 A. M. He continued, "This will be an occasion for paying tri bute to our mothers and for wor shipping Almighty God who gave us our mothers". Church School for all ages will be at the regular hour, 9:45 A. M. Youth Vespers for Senior High and Junior High young people will be at 6:00 P. M. A program in the interest of Church Exten- sion will be conducted at 7:30 with guest speaker, the Rev. Watt Jeffries. The public is cordially invited to all the services at this church. A nursery for pre-school age child ren will be provided during the 11:00 A. M. service. ~P~",,~e',.~.~C~,S'~.f'~',,/"~GP./',,~.~e'..~S'.f.*. MRS. CHARLES S. CLIPP Mrs. Julia Kate Crim Clipp, 87 wife of Charles Samuel Clipp of Summit Point, died Tuesday in the Hillcrest Rest Home in Win- chester, Va. where she had been since June 11, 1.960. A native of Jefferson county, the deceased was born July 1, 1873 a daughter of the late Geo- rge R. Crim and Elizabeth L. Bonn. Surviving are her husband and two nieces and nephews-Mrs. Ger trude Rowland and Mrs." Helen Hough, Charles Town; George and Stewart Crim, Summit Point. The deceased was a member of the church of the Holy Spirit of Summit Point and a member of the Episcopal Church Women. Funeral services were held at 2:30 this afternoon (Thursday) from the Melvin T. Strider Col- onial Funeral Home in Ranson. Burial was made in Edge Hill Cemetery. Bearers were: Richard Schmidt, John Henry, Donald Glassford, Page ttinton, Alexander Dunlop, "Pete" Wilbur Furr and Harold ERNEST B. A. DELAWDER Ernest B. Armstrong DeLawder 82 a resident of the Molers Cross i Roads section of ,Jefferson Coun- i ty for the past 82 years, died Tues day in King's Daughters Hospital in Martinsburg following an ill-i ness of about a year. f The deceased was born in Ma-I thias, W. Va., Jan. 16, 1878, a son of the late Edward DeLawder and Lydia Ann Stroderman. He was a farmer by trade apd worked for a number of years for Fred Donley. He was a member of the Mathias Methodist Church. Surviving are his wife, Icey Dora C. Snider DeLawder; four sons-Ernest DeLawder Broadway, Va.; the ReD. Harry A. DeLawder, Woodbine, Md.; Hazen DeLawder Elks Ridge, Md.; Edgar DeLawder Halltown and Raymond DeLaw. der, Bolivar. Two daughters- Mrs. Amelia Windsor, Ellicott City, Md.; and Mrs. Thomas Barl, Mol ers Cross Roads; two brothers- Floyd and Herman DeLawder, both of Ellicott City, Md. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 p. m. from the Bethesda Methodist Church, the ReD. Mr. Smith officiating. Burial will be made in Elmwood Cemetery in Shepherdstown. He was a veteran of World War 1. In 1920 he moved to Balti- more and for 38 years was employ ed in the supply stores and ship- ping department of the B. & O. Railroad until his retirement in 1957. Funeral services .were conduc- ted on Tuesday from the Denny Funeral Home, the ReD. Dean G. Miller of Lakeland Presbyterian Church officiating. He was buried with military honors in the Baltimore National Cemetery. LOLA HARDESTY MYERS Mrs. Lola Hardesty Myers, 87, of Shepherdstown, widow of Ed- ward W. Myers, who died in Sep tember 19332, died Tuesday in King's Daughters Hospital, Mar- tinsburg, after an illness of six weeks. The deceased was born near Middleway, Sept. 11, 1873, a dau- ghter of the late L. K. Hardesty and Sophia Clarrissa Shaull. She was a member of the Presbyter- ian Church and of the United Dau ghters of the Confederacy. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. George M. Banks, Shepherdstown and a son William K. Myers, Duf- fields; six grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Friends were received at the Melvin T. Strider Sudley Funeral Home in Shepherdstown until this afternoon when funeral ser- vices were held at 3:30 with the ReD. Andrew Gullick, pastor of the Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial was made in Elmwood Cemetery in Shepherdstown. CHARLES E. WIDMYER Charles Emory Widmyer, 87, well known farmer of the Kear neysville section of Jefferson County, died Saturday at his home at Kearneysville after an ill ness of about three weeks. The deceased was born at Kear neysville, March 10, 1874, a son of the late A. M. Widmyer and Ellen Ardinger. He operated a 1-LB. ASSORTED SCHRAFFTS BOXED GIFT $ 35 Assorted Milk Chocolates SUGGESTION LADIES STYLISH COTTON SLEEVELES For Warm Days Ahead. GIFT SUGGESTION GAY PRINT PERCALE COVERALL Regular $1.00 LADIES COTTON COOL - WASHABLE Warm Weather Comfort SPECIAL OCCASION BY CHARVAL GIFT With Handled Puff SUGGESTION LOCALLY GROWN POTTED - BLOOMING Large Selection. OPEN FRI.. SAT. TILL 9:00 P. M. JUST SAY $ "CHARGE Charles 'Town, West Virginia 1 Y JOHN HUGHSO~I BARNES John Hughson Barnes died sud denly on April 29, 196] in S. Bal- timore General Hospital. Mr. Barnes was born April 3, 1891 in Middleway Jefferson County, W. Va. a son vf the late Walter Burwell and Laura Hay- slette Barnes whose ancestors were among the earliest settlers in this vicinity 1754-1790. Survivors include his widow, the former Mrs. Clara Dawson Ma tthews of Baltimore; two stepsons Charles Town, West Va. for Olds and all-out to make new friends for our dealership ; ; ; come in and seel A warm welcome awaits you at our dealership! Come in,. take your time, and see it all.., the cars, the showroom, the latest and best in quality Oldsmobile service. Meet the friend- liest group of people you'd ever want to know. And by all means, take a drive in the Oids of your choice! Get behind the wheel of the dis- tinctive Classic 98, spirited Super 88, or dollar-saving Dynamic 88. They're the finest in the medium-price class! Or try the hot.new number in the low-priced field--the F-85. It wd_ll be our pleasure to you how wonderfully a new '61 Oldsmobile performs on the road l I P415 OlG.UXK KEDAI~ ,! 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