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May 12, 1966

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MRS. DAISY MAE TtlARPE ane al services were held Mon at 2 p m from the Melvin Eric er Colonial Funeral Ilome ~anson for Mrs. Daisy Mae rpe 64, a resident of Stiles Ller Court, Ranson, who died lay, May .6, in Charles Town era Hospital The Rev. J. Ray !d Wood, pastor of 'Trinity ~odist Church, Martinsl)urg, :lated Burial was made in Hill Cemetery in Charles rl. deceased was born in Jeff- County, March 6, 1902, a of the late Daniel E. Lydia Frances Whittington She was a member of the Methodist Church in Mar Her husband, Raymond Tharpe, died in 1951. tying are thr~e daughters Louise Abshire, Ran- Mrs. Mary Frances Abshire N. C.; and Mrs. Ruth mia Rogers, Front Royal, Va. grandchildren; three great ; and four brothers Siford, Charles Siford and Siford, all of Martinsburg Siford, of Front Royal. MRS. EMMA E. COOK services will be held afternoon at 2:30 from the T. Strider Colonial Fune- in Ranson, for Mrs. Elizabeth Wintermoyer, 69 Junction, who died Tuesday, May 10, at her home.' Grime , R]VD 1, Charle, To n, The Rev. Luther Crady, of Shep- four grandchildren. herdstown, will officiate and bur- ial will be in the Lutheran Ceme- ERNEST E. WEBB lery at Uvilla. Ernest Elashia Webb, gg, of Friends and relatives will be Baltimore. Md. died there on Man received at the Funeral tIome clay, May 9, 1966. He was a son of Friday between the hours of 7 the late John Elasha and Mary and 9 p.m. Butts Webb and born in Loudoun The deceased was born in Lem- Counly, Virginia. oyne, Pa., Aug. 20, 1896, a daugh- tits wife Inez Stone Webb died ter of the late Walter Frank and last May. tie is survived by one Maggie Jane Derfling(=r. Iter hus- daughter and four sons. Mrs. band died some time ago. She was Ruth Joy at the home in Balti- a member of the Shenandoah Jun more, Alna, Elasha, Myron, and ction Methodist Church. Rudy Webb all of Baltimore, two Surviving are a son, Harold ,brothers; Thomas A. and Walter Banks Wintermoyer, California; S. Webb both of Baltimore and a and a daughter, Mrs. Ilarry W. large number of grandchildren, Sarra, Shenandoah Junctioni five great-grand children and nieces grandchildren and three great-and nephews. grandchildren. He was a brother of the late Charles Webb of Millville and ,lAMES BLAINE GRIMES Dener and Eppa Webb of Bolivar Funeral services were held on Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1 p. m. from Zion today (Thursday) from the Bur- Episcopal Church in Charles gee Funeral Home in Baltimore. Town, for James Blaine Grimes, 77, RFD Charles Town, who diedJOSEPH H. GRANDSTAFF Sunday night in Baker V. A. Joseph Harold Grand:staff died Center near Martinsburg follow- suddenly Wednesday May 11, in ing a long illness. The Rev. Dou St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore las Bailey, assistant rector of Zion Md. Born in Harpers Ferry, W. Episcopal Church, Charles Town, Va. on March 25, 1918. He wag officiated. Burial was made in the son of the late Joseph B. Fairview Cemetery in Bolivar. Grandstaff and Eleanor Virginia The deceased was born in Fred Staubs Grandstaff. Survivors are rick, Md., May 9, 1888, a son of his wife, Norma Dillow Grandstaff the late William and Annie Gar- Baltimore, two sisters Mrs. Fern ber Grimes. He was a retired soft Howell, Bolivar, W. Va. and Mrs. drink bettler and Tavern Opera- Louise Hutchinson, Huntington, tar, having been associated for W. Va., one brother Norman years with the Harpers Ferry Grandstaff of New Dorp. Staten Bottling Works and later with the old Log Cabin Inn, located near Charles Town. During World War I1, he served with the 53rd Infan- 1 try Company, of the 56th Division } Surviving are a son, Martin B. ---OUR FAMOUS--- Never before have we ever offered such e+utsta ding values at this time of the season. Shop Every Der LEGGETT'S In Charles Town 'Til 9:00 --AT-- CHARLES TOWN STORE FREE PARKING For CUSTOMERS Defivery? Right now/ Choose from a wide range of body styles, colors and options. 4 out of $ new-car buyers pay Special prices--make sure you get the Special! WINNER--=Its class, Pure Oil Performance Trials. WINNER--Popular Science Gold Cup for outstanding braking performance in Pure Oil Trials. AT A WINNER OF A DEAL! Wouldn't you really rather have a Buick Special right n'ow? (When the getting's so g(eat?) 1856. Mr. Bradley rema+ned act- children. " THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1966 A--2 ive in the business until several The public is cordially invited ),ears ago. to this service and to Church lie was a member of lheAsbury School at 9:45 A.M. Beverly D. Litton, Inwood, Rte. l; ca,~ler, Pa.; Miss Josephine A. Memorial Methodist Church in New members will be received Little Timothy D. Anderson, Ran- Berry, Charles Town; Baby Bon- Ilarrisonburg and had served as inlo this church on May 22. The son; Mr. Alvie B. Ahalt, I,ovetts- nie C, (;rove lIarpers Ferry, Rte+ a trustee and member of the of- Sacrament of baptism for infants ville, Va.; Mrs..Judy (;. ttough, 2; Mis~ Linda C. Kirby, Harpers fAcial board and Brotherhood will be administered on May 29. Hancock. Md.; Little Glen E. Ferry+ Rte. l; Mrs. Margaret C. Bible Class. lie also was a former The .lunior High fellowship will I.loyd. Charles Town, Rte. 2; Mas- Fellers, of Knoxville Md.; Mis~ member of the Kiwanis Club of not meet on the evening of May ter Anthony W. Essex, CharlesMary K Mumaw Charles Town; Harrisonburg. 15. Town; Mrs. Patricia A. Jackson, I,ittle Richard W. StooGE. Hail- On June 1, 1911, he married C, T. lIArS OBSTETRICAL llarpers Ferry; Mrs. Mary C. But- town; Mr+ (;eorge R. llowell, of Miss Carrie I,ee Newman, who REGISTERED ANGUS BULL Mr. and Mt's. James G. Shep- let+, Charles Town. Shenandoah ,lunclion; Mr. George survives, herd, 10th A~e+, Ranson, May 3, MEDICAL T. Murphy, tiarpers Ferry; Mr. Besides his wife he is sur- C.T. tlardesty, Summit Point, a girl. Mrs. Cecelia A. Feaster. Bruns- Vivian E. Crowell, Shenandoah rived by one (laughter, Mrs. Car- recently sold an Aberdeen-Angus Mr. and Mrs. Dallas L. ttedge, wick, Md.; Mrs. tlallie G. tteafer, .hmction; Master Howard J. N.°linej. andL" ttanSOnone son°fSchuylerCherrYBrad-tlill']]bull to James P. Keen Jr., Miller- Charles Town, Rte. 1, May 5, a Ilarpers Ferry; Mrs. Ada E. Cogle Schrader, Brunswick. Md+ and t ton, New York. b°Mr and Mrs. Claude Thompson Sadie K. Moore, of Shenandoahvi]le, Md. ley II of Harrisonburg. " of llarpers Ferry, Rte. 2; Mrs. Mrs. Annabelle liimes of Knox- Mr. Bradley was a nephew of [CIIURCH'~-D ~. 4 TO of Frederick, Md., May 7, a girl. Junction; Miss Barbara J+ ltough. Mrs. John L. Burns and the late DEDICATED HOUSE PRAYER Mr. and Mrs. Donald Elliott, of Charles Town, Rte. 2; Mrs. Car- Edward, Billy and John L. Burns. The Church of God No. 4, locat- Summit Point, May 7, a girl. olyn M. Umscheid, Charles Town, SCOTT & WHITE He was a frequent visitor in ed at the corner of Congress and Mr. and Mrs. James Henry, of Rte. 2; Mrs. Mary B+ Wiley, Char-Ethical Pharmacists Charles Town. Water streets, Charles Town, will Charles Town, Rte. 1, May 8, a les Town Rte. 2; Mrs. I,ula C. hold a dedication of the Itouse boy. Magaha, Charle~ Town; Mr. Ed- PHONE 725-2182 "COME ALIVE!" SERMON of Prayer Sunday, May 22 at the' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ross. Char-win A. Southard, of Shenandoah CIlARLES TOWN, W. VA. TOPIC FOR PRESBYTERIANS church The public is invited to les Town, Rte. 2, May 9, a girl. Junction; Mr. Roland E. DayhoffNo, 150 000 Dr. Family The topic for the sermon at the attend." Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Z. Ball, of Knoxville, Md.; Little David W. Charles Town Presbyterian Chu- Berr~wille, Va., May 9, a boy. Henry, Ranson: LiHle David M. When your prescription rch on Sunday, May 15, will be Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott and SURGICAL Espinosa, Charles Town, Rte. 1; bears this label you know "Come Alive!" This will be the children, Sharon, Michael, Larry, Mr. Charles Porter Cook, Don Mr. Thomas W. Dillow, Jr., Char- you will benefit from the fourth in a series of sermons and Stephen spent Sunday with Loring,,Va.; Mrs. Wearie L. Cain, les Town, Rte. 1; Mr. Russell W. best that the science of from the book of Revelation.i Mrs. art's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kearneysville; Little Bruce L.An- Adams, Kearneysville. Rte. 2; Mrs. The service will be at 11:00 A. Ellis Williams, Sr., and brother, derson, Ranson; Mr. John P, Arm- Catherine Lee. Charls Town; can provide. M. during which time nursery Donald, of Ranson. strong, Charles Town, Rte. 1; Miss Robert W. Fitzgerald, III, I, an- Island, New York. The deceased was a bus operator for Baltimore Transit Co., in Baltimore. The body is resting at Eackles Fune- ral Chapel, Harpers Ferry and services will be held Saturday, May 14 at 2:00 P. M., with the Rev. Warren Watts, officiating. Burial in Harper Cemetery, Harp ers Ferry, W. Va. JOHN A. LIVERS Mr. John Arnolff Livers 40, of Martinsburg, died Thursday in Georgetown Hospital, Washington D. C. after a long illness. Mr. Livers was born Jan. 18, 1926, in Martinsburg, the son of the late Leo Livers and Elizabeth Morrison Livers. He is survived by his widow, the former Miss Betty Boyer, and two children, Jane Lee and John Arnold Livers, Jr., all of Martins. burg. A brother Col. MorisoE Livers, U. S. Air Force, of Smy. rna, Tenn. and a number of nieces nephews, and cousins. Mr. Livers was head of the music director at Musselman's High School for several years, and was conductor of the school band. Also, he had been music director at the Baptist and Metho- dist Churches in Martinsburg. A funeral service was conduct. ed at Brown's Funeral Home, Mar CASH SAV GS Tar i.: SERVE "EM STEAK AND CORN!... OVER TENDER SIRLOIN FLORIDA GOLDEN STE (~ FRESH, SNO-WHITE 1 Mushrooms ,