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OF .IEFFER,qON r.:RMr , AD\'(hCATE' MAY 14, 1959 3---A T. SHIRLEY services for George T. Prominen~t residen~t o,f ~t Poin,t who died early ling in King's Dough- in ~Martinsburg, fol- illness, were held u'ning a 11 a. m. Spirit Episcopal Point. The of the Child near Charles Town burial was made in Cemetery in Char- James and White Hun~ter Hardes Briscoe Riely, Timberiake of J. V. Kite, Jr. HoD were: Ad Withers, and Dr. William Ld lifetime residen~t Point section, he ee. 1, 1869, a son V. and Julia .tor of the Charles Town churc~l, will otIieia,te and ,burial will be ,made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. The body arrived at ~the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Home i;] Ran son Wednesday from Flusl~ing, N. Y. 'where he resided. The deceased was born in C'har les Town, a son of the late Dr. Van Lear and Bessie Tearers Green Perry of Charles Town. He was a member of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church. Surviving are: a sister, Mrs. R. Scott Washington, o,f Delaware County, Pa.; a ne!ahew, R. Seot,t Washington of Bin g,hampton, N. Y.; two nieces, Mrs. Harry Good- win and :Mrs. William Dall o,f Phil adeliahia, Pa.; and a num,ber of grea~t nieces and grea,t nephews. Bea~e~rs were: E. L. McDonald, Jr., J. W. Strider, Jr., Philip T. Porterfield, Henry Shepherd, A. W. Tucker, James ~M. Mason: III, W. P. C. Perry, Sr. and R. OweD McCormick. The deceased was closely assoc is,ted wi,th Miss Mary and Amelia Hopkins and Miss Mary Porter- field and Mrs. Henry Shepherd of Charles Town. ormer member of t,he Court, serving znember of Holy Spir Church in Summi.t as vestryman for and as tress- 30 years. former Charles immediate faro- red by a daughter, and grand- a at home; and a eces and nephews. MCDONALD PERRY will be held Town Presbyter- ABNER ~A. HENRY Abner Albin Henry, 48, an em- ployee of the Dr. H. G. Moul,ton farm on the Shenandoah River near Charles Town, died,,~nexpec redly while a ,work on the farm ,Monday morning about 8:05. He had suffered a heart a~ttack Sat- urday bu't appeared to have recov ered greatly and he had gone .to ,work ,as usual Monday. He had been employed on the Moulton farms as a foreman for the past 10 years. Pot the pas.t four years he had been working, however, in the machi,ne shop on ~the farm as a mechanic. A native of Jefferson county, 4~he deceased was born October 9, 1910 a son of Charles W. and Pan afternoon at 5 p. n,ie Locke Henry. He was a mem- McDonaJld Perry, Tuesday bar of t~he :Summit Point Baptist Hospital in ChurCh. Sur~l,cing are his wife, 'Mrs. El- Lere he bad been tak iza:beth Cecelia Chamblin Henry heart at~tack. Theat lhe home; three sons-Charles McDonald, pas- i William, RFD, Charles Town; Rob eft Lee and Gary Abner at the THE home; one brother, Charles G. Henry, RFD Charles Town; :two sisters- Mrs. Wilbur Thorpe and Mrs. Otis James bc,t'h of Ransom I'll .services were 1held Wednesday liOlW " afternoon at 3 p. m. from ~t+he Mel vi,n T. Strider Funeral Home. The Rev. Samuel P. But(~her, pastor of the Jefferson Met+hodis,t Circui,t, offici,a+ted. Burial was made in Ed- ge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. T. STRIDER '0LONIAL HOME lrles Town SePherdstown - 162 LPTURE t 29- PANELS 3 PASTE-- WATER ALMOST WATER- D ALL )e PER PANEL (18" x 24 Vz ") AT--- WERS Charles St. W. Va. 486 8tzahan 8aait~; Wall-Tez parum~ ~N ffrocK, W~dd's most beautiful STORE Addrt~) Charles W. Va Bearers were Jack Mo'fl,ton, Charles Viands, Rector LaRue, William Dennison, Paul Coffman. Melvin Fritters, ~iahard Daiiey and Frank Hill. MRS. REBECCA S. KILMER Miss Rebecca Smith Kilmer of the Opequo~ Creek section on the Charles Town Road died Sunday at 2:50 p. m. at her home after an illness of several years. She had been in the orchard business for about 30 years, retir- ing in 1951. :She had been secretary to t.he late Congressman George M. Bow ers and for a number of years was secretary of Martinsburg Fruit Exchange a~d had held a similar position with the Cham- ber of Commerce. A native of Jefferson county she was a daughter of the late Harri- son D. and Almeda Morrow KiN mer. She was a member of First Bap- tislt Church. Surviving are a sister, Miss. Bes sie D. Kilmer, at home; nephew, William Kilmer, Charles Circle; and two nieces 'Services were held Tuesday at 3:30 ,p. m. at R, osemont, Kogel- schatz and Coffman Funeral Home with her pastor, the Rev. Dr. J. Robert Stiff officiating Burial was in Green Hill 'Cem- etery. County Youth Takes Own Life With Gun ,l,urn~d Lo Charl(.:; Towl] and :&at ,himself. i Clipp was a ,nwtive of Jefferson County, a graduate of Charles :Town High School and a member of the Kable:town Methodist Church. He was a son of Charles Henry and Marie Smallwood CliFF Survivors, in addition to his par eats are: one brot,her, Daniel Lee CliFF and ofur sisters-Nancy L. Cli,pp, Patricia A. CliFF, Roxanna ~M. CliFF a~nd Darlene O. CliFF all at home. Funeral services were held Tues Six births, five of them boys oc curred at the Charles Town Gen- eral Hospi,tal during the period of May 6-13. Two birt,hs occurred Wednesday May 6 a son, Ricks Del'Toni born to Mr. and Mrs. Grayson I. Car- lisle of Charles Town; and a son Chah'es Franklin, born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester William Dillow of RD 2 Charles Town. Sunday, May 10 a son Daniel Kevin was born to Mr. and Mrs. William Neff Slusher of Ranson and a son Ricky Eugene was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lynn Cooper, Lovet,tsville, Va. Tuesday, May 12 a daughLter, Robbin Kaye was born to Mr. and Mrs. Forest Leroy Willi ngham of Millvllle; and Wednesday, May 13 a son Mark Daniel was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis Bailey of Charles Town. Out patients admi,tted to the hospital during the May 6-13 per lad were: Clarence Hardy. L.oda Cook, Jane GoVtberg, Keith Mor- ris, Annie Huyett, Patricia Wilt. David Lane all of Charles Town; Wayne Johnson, Sum'mit Point; Merle Goode, Ransom and Velma Ott, Harpers Ferry. Surgical patients adm}tted were little Irvin Moore Link, Shenan- doah Junction; littrle Carl Wash- ington, Kearneysville; Mrs. Emma Ruth Fields, Ransom Charles Ar- via, Martinsburg Rou,te 3, and litAle Mark Douglas Dailey Char- les Town. Medical ipatien~ts admi,bted were: Mrs..Mabel A. Long, Harpers Ferry RD 2; Baby Donna Lynn Wiles, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Nannie L. McKee, Shenandoa~h Junction; Miss Dorothy May Bowers, Hall- town; Li:ttle Georgianna McDow- ell, Mr. Gerald Lee Graham, Kear neysville; Mr. Ambrose Bailey, Miss Peggy Marie Anderson, Mrs. iMorolyn A. Mitchell, Mrs. Anna F. Sheets, Miss Ruby C. Lloyd, Ci~ty; Mr. Wilbur W. Ma,tthews, Knoxville; Miss Shirley Lee Bar- rett, Mr. Charles Edward Turner Mr. Wilmer Lee Rainey, Martins- burg; Mrs. Mollie Amanda Rissler, More Rest Home; Mr. Raynor Blankenbaker, Culpeper, Vs.; Miss Mary Ann Dillow, Mill~ille; Baby Ricki Carlisle, Ci.ty. M DD EWAY Mrs. Randolph Barnes ,Mrs. Dema Nlcely is sl:~ndi~:" some tame wi,th her sister Mrs. Grace Rogers in Charles Town. Miss Donna Schill of Be,1 Air, Md. s.pen,t the weekend wi;th 'her parents Mr. :e:~d Mrs. D. O. S,chill. IMrs. E~z'l Gran,t;ha~n, Mrs. R. L. Maco.~ghtry and Miss Shirley ~VIa- coug%try ~nade u business strip ,to Arlington, Vs. Friday of last week Mrs. James F. Macoughtry ac- companied tMr. and Mrs. Harry Smootz to Culpeper, Vs. Sa,turday. Mrs. W. R. ,Nhirleys Sunday din her guest were Mr. Roland Cl~arke, Mr. J. ,M. Shaull and Mrs. James F. Macough~try. Bane Schill celebrwted his tenth ,bir,thday Saturday by e,'],terCaining some of :t'As school ma,tes at a plc- nic supper a~t Potomac Park. His g.ueSts were Tim Hafer, Johnny 'Morris ahd Billy Henshaw, Mr. and Mrs, D. O. Schill, Miss Donna Schill and Mrs. W. R. Barnes en- joyed t:he outing also. IMr .and Mrs. Harry ~moOtz en ,tertained ,the t,a,t,ters paren,ts 'Mr. and Mrs. R. J. M:adison and Miss Sophie Bastes at dinner MoVhers Day ~t Scol:ley Hall Dining Room, ,Mr. Whi,te Gran[tham and ~rs. Amon Gran.~ham drove to Char- lottesville Sunday. Mrs. Whge Irar~Vham returned w~th them. day af, ternoon a)t 2:30 from the She had bee,'~ ~ pa,tient in l~he U n Melw',~ T. Strider Co,lonial 1%mer- iversi,ty Hos,pi,tal for several days. al Home for Uharles David Cli,pp,' Mrs. Harrison Lenssler Palm 19 of near Myerstown who died Springs, Col, Mrs. A. C. McCul]- a,bou,t 10:15 Sa~turday n~ig~h of aough, Arlington, Vs. and :Mr. WH- self inflicted shotgun wound. The liam McCutlough of Denver, Col. Rev. Samuel F.. Bu~her, pastor were luncheon guests of Mrs. W. of the Kabletown Me!thodist Chur,R. Barnes Wednesday. ch of v~hic~ the deceased ~as a l :Mrs. John Ramey of Vin,ches member, officiated and burial was ter, Mrs. Clayton Haines, Miss made in Edge Hill Cemetery. Ev.a Ramey ~:~d Mrs. ~lorence Bearers were: Richard Row- land, R~be.rt W,hite, 'William ~hirte, Lewis Carroll, John Goode, Jr. and John Demory. The you~h shot himself in the head wtLth a 12 ~auge s hobgun vChlle sii&ting in his automobi'le parked o~n Sot~h George street. Dea,~h was }nstant~aneous and ex- amina~tion by the Jefferson Court- ty coroner indica,ted no inques~ would be necessary. According to Charles Town pol- i~ce the youbh in a despondcn~t mood Saturday evening, first sins ~hed ~h~s left arm in several places. Then after doing t,his in Charles Town h~.drpye to his home near Myersown got-t~he sho,tgun and re ERS SAVES YOU d'ONl~ WITlt ROUND PAINT DISCOUNTS Save $4.00 on 4 Gallons iMix Colors) Save $4.96 on 4 Gallon~ (Mix Colors~ $4.98---10% Discount on 4 Gala. $7.01 -10% DiscoulL or 4 Gals. 1 Gal $701--10~/ Oiseount on ~ Gala. amel I Gal. $6.93 10% Discount on 4 Gala. of Mixed Brands and Mixed Colors at one time F.-., ROUND!H! James o,f C h,arles Town were call- ers in the v~llage Sa~turday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Donaldson ,and daug%ter of Baltimore spen~t :Sunday wi:th Mrs. Don,aldson's par enCs Mr. and Mrs. William A'b- shire. Mr. Joe Thom~pson, Norristown Pa. ~as a weekend guest of ~Mr. Frazier W~tsc,n. i Wizard Clip Farm News The club met Wednesday ~ter- noon ,a~t ,the home of 'Mrs. S. C. Glassford v~i.bh thirteen mem~bers presen. ~VIrs. Guy Miller and Mrs. Calvin Fel~min, g were guests. Pl,ans were made to sew 'a~ Che Charles Town Hosplbal the las~t two weeks ,in May. On Thursday eleven members of ,the 'club a,t~ended Home De- m on~tra,tic,'~ Day a,t the ComeDian i,ty Cen~er, Mrs. J, ay Kearns. Miss Laura Locke and Mrs. C. A Kearns were guests of t'his lub The ehlb will mee June 3 ~,t t,he home o.f Mrs. Poston li30 DST. ~Mrs. C}aude Boyer Berkeley County spen Sunday with her sis ,ter Miss Latona Locke. Miss Clemye Baker's S. S. cl~s me~. wiith Mrs. Paul Hough Friday r~i~h. Lions Scra ,Paper Collection Saturday The Charles Town Lions Club will ~hold tlheir monhly scrag p~Der col'lee*ton Salturd~ay. M~ay 16. All Dersan~ hayS,rig scr~.p p~,oer are asked to h,ave it t~ied in bundles and placed in a spot e~sJly access- Tble to those who will be on the trucks. 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