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Mary Elizabeth Wysong Named Citizen Of Year i i i! ii:!: jiiil):~'~i~i~i Mary Elizabeth Wysong The Gordon Eismon Chapter of 4he National Itonor Society of the: Charles Town Senior High School announces that the Citizen of the Year for the 1960-61 school term is Mary Elizabeth Wysong, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Wy~ng of Route 1, Charles Town. The recipient of the Citizen of the Year trophy is chosen by a fac- ulty committee from the nine Cit. izens of the Months of the term. Miss Wysong, the citizen of the Month for May, has maintined a straight A average in her academ- ic work since the eighth grade and is active in all phases of com- munity and school life. Because she has exhibited the definite qualities of an outstanding citi- zen, Miss Wysong was presented this award by Mr. W. G. Eismon at the annual awards assembly on May 12 at the Charles Town Senior High School. Students Of Mrs. Waggy Will Present Evening Of Music Friday Night , The piano students of Mrs. Will tam Waggy will present an Even- ing of Music on Friday, J'une 2, at 8:00 p. m. EDT. The recital will be held at the Educational I~uilding of the Charles Town Methodist Church. The public is cordially invited. The program to be presented as follows: Part 1: Dutch Dance (duet) Flet- cher, Mary Watson, Eric Waggy; Skipping, Pickens, Mary Watson; The Rainhow (duet), Fletcher, Nancy Pidgeon, Baby Bear, Mrs. Waggy, The Little Piper, Flet- cher, Lyle Hoffman, Jungle Band, Fletcher, Leslie Widmyer, The Ch)ck, Richter. Eric Waggy, Dub- lin Town, Irish Jig, Jeff Roth; At The Village Fair. Lemoine. Ann Seal. Part 2: Class Period, Sonata in A Major, Scarlatti, Mary Helen Ramsburg, First place winner of local and zone James Bland Con- test, Virginia; Three Minuets, Bach. Pamela Hoffman; Gavatte m G, Bach, Linda Coyle: Gazing At The Stars, Diabelli, Jim Fleag- le; Frankness. Burgnmller, Kay Martin; Serenade, Haydn, Susan Widmyer; Turkish March. Beeth- oven, Bill Strider and Bagatelle in E Major, Beethoven, Reba Pes- tun; Fantasia No. IV in C Minor. Mozart. Rosella Kern. Part 3; Romantic Period; March from Aida, Verdi, Thomas Kern; Three Waltzes, Schubert. Venetta Snyder; Ave Maria, Schubert, Pat Heflebower; The Kerry Dance, Molloy, Deanne Nichols; Dream- ing, Gurlitt, Betty Smith: Import- ant Event (The Night of the Rock ing Horse), Shuman, ttappy Roth; Waltz,Schuman, Debbie Baumgardner;War Song, Schu. man. Ron Widmyer, Nocturne, Field, Marian Merchant; Waltz In Gb Major, Chopin, Pamela Con- rad; Lento from Sonata Op. 33 No. 4. Chopin. Carol Merchant; Auf- schwung, Schumann, Carolyn Urq uhart; Salvejg's Song (vocal) Grieg, Sally Watson. Part IV; Modern Period; Rustle of Spring, Sinding, Sue Lynne Pine; Elfin Dance, Grieg, Beppie Clfirk; Poupee Valsante, Poldini, Judy Furr; Spooks, Eckstein, Danny Nichols; Anden Fruhling Grieg, Margaret Saville; Anitra's Dance. Grieg, Marcy Reid; Deep River. Spiritual. Gwynn Evans; Scarf Dance, Chaminade, Becky Stumbaugh; Romance Op. 24 No. 9, Sibelius, Patsy Grant and Pre- lude in G Minor. Rachmaninoff by Patricia Burns. USE THE CLASSIFIEDS GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY mm m ffi [] ffi mm m mm im H__.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII; Palnt & Vgal|paper [] im Plastic Coated Paper -. 50 Single ume Super Kern Tone [] $5.59 Gal.* -" mm Outside Whirl $4.95 Gal.* Inside Latex $3.58 Gal.* Utility In Or Out $3.58 Gal.* m ms, m ffi m [] mm it mm mm m [] -~ Open 'Tit 9 Fri., Other Days 5:30 ~IllUlIIIIIilIIIIlillIIIIIIlIlllI~ Telephone Your News to 222 Visiting Mrs. Nettle Ritenour Mr. and Mrs. G:" K. Wysong at over the weekend was her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ries and two children, of Baltimore, Md. Miss Louisa Smith spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Tho- mas Frost in Warrenton, Virginia Mrs. Mable Harding and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Manuel and son and Dawn Gift visited Mr. and Mrs. ttoward Ashwood, Ranson, Monday evening. Mrs. John Grantham celebrated her 92nd Birthday the past week at the Knott Rest Home. Out of town guests attending the party were Col. Brown and daughter all of Winchester, Virginia, and gue- sts of the Knott Rest Home. A lemon chiton cake was baked and presented by one of her special nurses, Mrs. Lillie Nunn. Ice cream was also served with the cake. Mrs. Graham has been a guest at the home for 4 years. Mr. Mason Smith spent the weekend at his home "The Glen" near Berryville, Virginia. Miss Ellen Baumgardner of Winchester, Virginia was a week- end guest at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. C. B. Printz. Visitors Sunday with the Slush- ers and Wilsons, Rose Hill Farm Leetown were, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie May and Mrs. George Kis- ner oY ~artinsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Wilson, Jr., of near town; Also visiting them on Tues- day were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fischer and son Gregory and Mrs. Charles Bowers of Pittsburgh vicinity, Mr. and Mrs. William Swartz and Mrs. Martha Rudolph all of Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Page Custer of Shepherdstown spent Monday and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Berk- eley Custer and daughter Beverly, Jefferson Terrace. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Sollen- berger and family of Hagerstown, Md. visited Mr. and Mrs. Alvie Landers and family on Sunday. Mrs. Sollenberger was the former Miss Virginia Landers. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Stan- ley Hinton of Ranson celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary. Those helping them to celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. James Wil- liams of Baltimore, Md. and close relatives. Mr. Williams also cele- brated his 55th birthday. Mrs. Mary F. Ramsburg has re- turned to her home on 3rd Ave- nue, Ranson after being indi- sposed for four weeks at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. George C. James. Mrs. Henry Jenkips of Mill- wood, Virginia was a recent guest of her mother, Mrs. C. B. Printz and sister, Miss Lucille Printz. Mrs. Marshall Wilson, Mrs. Mil- lard Edwards of Leetown visited Mr. and Mrs. George Hartzell at their home in Shepherdstown on one day last weqk. Dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs C. N. Dorsey at their home Tuesday Were. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Grant and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Smoot and two child- ren and Mr, and Mrs Gearld Dorsey and two children of Bru- nswick, Md. Mr. 'and Mrs. Charles Webb and Bruce of Alexandria, Virginia and Mrs. Harvie Kidwiler, Baker- ton visited Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Custer and daughter Beverly, Jef- ferson Terrace. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Walker of Ranson motored to Manassas, Vir- ginia and spent the weekend visi- ting their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Willingham and son. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Walker and son of Washington. D. C. visited on Monday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Walker of Ransom Mr. and Mrs. Nello Marzani and twin daughters, Ava and Eva of Clark Summit, Pa spent the week- end with the latters sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Bash at their home in Ransom They were visitors on Tuesday with their Uncle and Aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming. Mrs. Marzani was the former Miss Ann Trussell. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fleming and son Calvin Jr., and Miss Paige Shoemaker were visitors on Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. andMrs. George W. Fleming, Jr. in Martinsburg. Dr and Mrs. Kenneth Psillas and daughter Staeey of Quantico, Va. spent the weekend with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. William Psillas on S. Samuel St. Miss Elizabeth Taylor has re- turned to her home on First Ave. after visiting friends in South Carolina. Guests of Dr. and Mrs. John L. Van Metre at their home on South George Street during the past week" have been Mrs. Van Metre's mother, Mrs. John F. Roth, and their daughter Mrs. Vernon Boozer, and grandson, Boozer, all of Catonsville, Md. Mrs. Roth and Mrs. Boozer came for Commencement at the C .T. High School where David Van Metre was a member of the grad- uating class. Mrs. Vernon Cofer, Mr. G. R. Wysong, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harry James Cain, Hagerstown, Md were vistors with their parents their home on S. Samuel ~t. dur- ing the week. They were here to attend the funeral of their uncle, Mr James B. Kemp. Other guests were Mrs. Wysong's sister Miss Cora Thomas of Washington D. C. and Mr. Battaile Kemp of Kinderbook, N. Y. Mrs. Kemp is spending sometime with her sis- ter and brother in law Mr. and Mrs. Wysong. Mrs. James W. Bartlett, Mrs. Garland H. Moore, Mrs. C~arence Hobart, Mrs C. C. Tabb,! all of S. Samuel St. and Mrs. Leslie Sells and Mrs. John Purcell of S Mildred St. formed a party that took the Chestet" River Cruise and Chestertown Tours put on by Maryland House and Garden Pil- grimage on Sunday. Miss Cynthia Viener Betrothed ,To Mr. Hoff Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Viener of Charles Town and Washington, D. C. announced this week the engagement of their daughter, Cynthia to Mr. Hubert J. Hoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Hoff of Washington, D. C. Miss Viener attended the Un- iversity of Wisconsin and is now studying at American University. Mr. Hoff attended Bullis School and George Washington Univers- ity and served in the United States Marine Corps. Cynthia is the granddaughter of Mr. Hyman Viener and the late Mrs~ Hyman .Viener. Lutheran Parish Of Shepherdstown .Unite in Worship On Sunday The Shepherdstown Lutheran Parish will worship together on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock in St. Peter's Church in observance of the Tetnth Anniversary of the ministry of the Reverend John Grissinger, Jr. After the services the Women's Or~ganization of St. Peter's and St. Jame's Churches will be hostesses at a coffee hour in the Church school" roon;bs where the congreg. ation will greet their pastor and his family. Mr. Grissinger preached his first sermon as pastor of the par- ish on the first Sunday in June, 1951, a week after his graduation from the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Gettysburg, Penna. and his ordination in the Central Pennsylvania Eynod. i Baptist Vacation Bible School At Summit Point The Summit Point Baptist Church has announced the dates of the Vacation Bible School to start June 12, continuing thru June 23, beginning at 9:00 a. m. until 12:00 DST. Preparatipn Day will be June 9th at 9:00 a. m, The school will be under the direction of Mrs. John Cheshire Miss Meta E. Frazier will be in charge of the music. See us for a new design that will impress you and your customers. Of course we'// print it on FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS PHONE 222 JEFFERSON PUBLISHING CO., INC. CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Classes have been arranged for all children from four years old through the Intermediate age group. Everyone is welcome to attend and enjoy a morning filled with Christian Study, play and creative activities. Rev. Charles E. Williams is pastor of the Church. James L. Hilliard Is Serving At Glynco Naval Air Station Brunswick (FHTNC) -- James L. Hilliard, airman apprentice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. ttiliard of Shenandoah Junct- ion, W. Va., is serving at the Glyn co Naval Air Station, Brunswick, Ga. He reported to the air station April 27, from the Naval Train- ing Center, Great Lakes, Ill. Before entering the service in January 1961, he was graduated from Shepherdstown High School Shepherdstown, W. Va. County Women Win Top Prizes At Flower Show In Hagerstown, Md. When the judges had tallied their scores at the Flower Show at the Maidstone Studios in Hag- erstown, Md., last Thursday, it was found that the ladies from West Virginia had walked off with first place honors, -first sec ond and third. The first award, of $100, went to Mrs. It. 1~. Williams of the Potomac Garden Club, Shep- herdstown. Her design ,was plac- ed on a Queen Anne serving ta- ble, beneath a delicate-hued Jap- anese antique print Mrs. Will- iams had picked up the ones in a crescent design, basically fash- ioned on driftwood, around which were entwined grape leaves and deep green begonia leaves, of roughened texture, with hosta lily. leaves of a paler green. As a fo- cal point, huge orchid fujiama mums were used. The design was placed in a low flat green con. tainer, on a placque of burled wal nut wood. Mrs. Leeds Riley, of the Shen- andoah Garden Club, Charles Town, won second place for her club and a prize of $75 for her placement on a fruitwood com- mode marked by a lacy brass pulls with a dull patina., Using an antique footed vase, she cre- ated a Williamsburg style design similar to the "buxom beauties of the Victorian era," exquisite in its coloring through the use of palest green blOssoms from a tulip tree, the orange cetrters in contrast to the lime. tones of the new growth of a hemlock tree which she also used. Intermingled with this lovely design were sea- tum and long stemmed iris with only the green buds showing, for ming a fan shaped background. The third award went to Mrs. George B. Phillips, of the Olde Berkeley Garden Club. Martins- burg,' with a $50 check for her club. In a" patio setting, using black wrought iron furniture with truquoise appointments, in con- trast to the ornate leaves and grape clusters of the wrought iron, a classically simple design of orange-red geraniums and fol- iage was arranged in a low black wrough iron vase. Sometimes it is best to underplay, the judges seemed to be saying. Shenandoah Squares Board Of Governors Has First Meeting The Shenandoah Squares Club held their first board of Gover- nors meeting with the newly e- lected officers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Staubs on Law- rence St., Charles Town Thurs- day night. Getting off to a fine start the THE BEST PRINTING CALCULATORS. AN ADDING MACHINE WITH 999,999,999.99 CAPACITY FOR ONLY $115.00 CAPERTON BROTHERS I Charles Town, W. Va. I Sarah F. Strider to Be Graduated June 5 From Randolph Macon served in Shepherdstown, Satur- 6 A i day, June 3, at 2:30 with exer- -" cises to be held in Elmwood Cem- i etery. I The program, Mrs. Colston said will be in charge of Mrs. Me- i Garry Snyder, historian of the lo- ~cal chapter. The main address will ,, JEFFERSON I~ARMERS THURSDAY, JUNE 1, Ground Broken For Student Activities be delivered by Rev. J. A. Gullick Ji'., pastor of the local Presbyter- JAMES BATTALIE KEMP, SR. i ter, Mrs. Daniel Clark tan Church Mr. James Battalie Kemp, Sr. l a son Edmund Lee Rev. John Link will give the of Kabletown Road, a retired far-: III in Allegheny invocation, and the Shepherds- mer and business man, died Tues- i ville, Pa., a sister, town High School Band will ren- day evening, May 23rd, at the iCharlotte P. der three selections Charles Town General Hospital iof Leeland~ She where he had been a patient for' Services were held thirteen weeks. [at 4 p. m. at All Born at "The Moorings" in Jef-'pal Church, W ferson County, W. Va. on Septem- which he was a ber 25th, 1881, he was the son of side services were ,i~ the late J H O. Kemp and Vir- Cemetery, She]~ ginia Lewis Kemp. Ira. Monday, conducted He was a faithful member of tor the Rev. J. J. Al the Episcopal Church. wood, Pa. Surviving are his wife, Louise Out of town friends, Thomas Kemp, at the home; one atives attending the "" ivities Building at Shepherd Col- son, James Battaile Kemp, Jr., Shepherdstown were lege were held May 23 with Dr. and one grandson, James Battaile children, son-in-law Oliver S. Ikenberry, president of Kemp, III, of KinderlIook, New uncle Harry the college presiding: York. j burg Va., first cou: The first shovel of ground was Funeral services were conduct- odore Bogert and Mr, : SARAH F. STRIDER turned by Lacy I. Rice---president ed last (Thursday) afternoon at Charlottesville, Va., Lynchburg, Va.--Sarah Forrest of the West Virginia Board of four o'clock in Zion Episcopal borough, Charlotte, Strider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Education. Mr. Rice, of Martins- Church with the Reverend Allen James W. Strider, 311 South Mil- burg, stated that Shepherd Col- L. Bartlett officiating. Interment dred St., Charles Town, W. Va., lege is growing faster than many was in the family lot at Edge Hill is one of 110 seniors who will re- other colleges in and out of the Cemetery. at 10 a. m. Baccalaureate services will be held on June 4. Miss Strider, an economics major, is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, a national honor society. She was a training group leader for freshman orientation. Building At Shepherd ! forGr::ndtr:rJ:king S:;~en~nAi:ts. eeive A. B. degrees from Ran- state. He. pointed out that its lo- cation, its competence, and the dolph-Macon Woman's College on increasing demand for its services June 5. Dr. A. IIollis Edens, former are bringing about this expan- president of Duke University, will sion of facilities along with its give the commencement address academic development. in Smith Memorial Auditorium ; The ceremony was opened with a short speech by Dr. Ikenberry and the Invocation by the Rev. Randall Parsons pastor, Method- ist Church, Sllepherdstown. meeting was opened by the new- ly elected presidents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rickel, following re- ports for discussion from vice- presidents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Magaha, Secretarys, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Stewart, Treasurers, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Staubs. Mr. Staubs suggested to get receipt books for the treasure. Membership chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dailey suggested get- ting cards to send to visiting guests, Social Chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Diffendefer made sug- gestions about a cake walk and refreshments once a month, tak- ing names in alphabetical order. Another highlight, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams will hold a club meeting at their home the 4th Tuesday in JUne at 8:00 p. m. DST The next board of Governo(s meeting will 'be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Diffendefer July 10 at 8:00 p. m. Delicious refreshments were served to the following; past presidents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Magaha, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dail- ey, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Riekel, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Diffendefer, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Magaha and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Staubs. CONFEDERATE EXERCISES IN SHEPERDSTOWN JUNE 3; REV. GULI, ICK SPEAKER It was announced today by Mrs. W. W. Colston, president of the shepherdstown Chapter, Daugh- ters of the Confederacy, that Con- Pallbearers were: Dr. Dale Key- ser, Mr: Harry James Cain, Jr., Mr. Sam Maples, Jr., Mr.. Rotfe Hayes, Mr. Roger Perry/ Mr. Charles Langdon, Mr. G. K. Wy- song, Jr. and Mr. Donald Smith. FORREST ALTON RUSSELL Forrest Alton Russell, 48, of the Duffields section of Jefferson The welcoming address was de- county, died Saturday at Weston livered by the new president of State Hospital after an illness of Shepherd College's student senate 13 years. ! Raymond Alv~irez. Brief speeches of greeting were made by the following: Mr. Rice; Dr. A. G Slonaker, Shepherd dean of the faculty; Mrs. Vera Culin- son, dean of the students and assoeciate dean; Charles Unseld, president of Shepherd College A- lumni Assoc.; George Boor, col- lege architect for L. D. Schmidt, and Son; and Harley W. Miller, The deceased Was born in Loud- oun County, Va., a son of the late Gordon Russell and Roa E. Pres- grave and he worked for a num- ber of years on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Surviving is ~i sister, Mrs. W. N. Winert, Los Angeles, Calif. He was a member of the Presby- terian Church. Funeral services were held on general contractor. Wednesday at 3:30 p. m. from the A .. ~ .... ~._. ^, ....... Melvin T Strider Colonial Funer fter th~ ..a~ a.uwz u~ eazu, . .." ......... ---. 1;t4^~1 1~. ,, ~..=__,,____. az tiome, With the lxev. t~flrlyle wan .ztr=u uymr. ~zce,others : McDonald, pastor of the Charles of the group Joined in the actual _ ~- - ,..;.. ~,., .,.~..,v;. goT:d~bare~lkl;- "n~as~n. ~u:eden~Veo}r ,TOWnshipsgO 2 UtrVal"rresOy" ....................~a:m ~ad e In" the" the student senate; William Sper- J ( ") Y" ow, president, senior class; FranzI ~. ~.~._, T~ Michael Taylor, vice president of ................... ' .... junior class and Ashley Scarbor-I Edmund Lee Goldsborough, Jr. ough, president, sophomore class, of Narberth, Pa died suddenly of a heart attack on his way to Brownie Troop 15 Plants Petunias At Charles Tow.Hospital the Presbyterian Hospital in Phil- adelphia after collapsing at Drex- el Institute, Phila. where he was teaching in the evening school. He was 57 and lived at Narbrook Park, Narberth, Pa. He was the son of the late Isabel McCalla Goldsborough and Brownie Troop, Number 15 of the ]ate Ermund Lee Goldsbor- Ranson met for their weekly meet ough of Shepherdstown. He was ing Wednesday, May 17, at 3:30 born in Washington in 1903. He in the Sunday School room of the was a graduate of the University Lutheran Church. of Pennsylvania. He received his After the opening and playing Masters degree there also. He at- of some games the girls went to tended Bawdoin College in Bruns- the Charles Town General Hos. wick Maine for two years. He was pital and planted Petunias a- a member of the Zeta Psi Frater- round one of the trees. This was nity. He was also a member of one of the projects, the Society of the Lees of Vir- Upon finishing, they were gmia and of the Pennsylvania treated to some Dairy Queen be- Historical Society. fore closing the meeting. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY We Are Anxious For You To Know Them. They Cover Jefferson County For News Items and lkny Photos You May Have -- Every Week of the Year --- We are anxious for you n eet our fine group of Jefferson County Correspondents, who send in the ~tany i~teresting news Items from various otmty towns which you enjoy each week in this news1~per. They will also accept photos which might be of interest for pt~blication. They are always heppy to receive your news as well as receive your s~tbscxiption to the Spirit of Jeffer- son-Farmers Advocate. All you have to do is .to tell @ny one of them tl~at ywa want to 9ubscribe to the newspaper. Telephone nttmbers in many cases are given for your convenience, Miss Dorothy Lake, Mlllville Mrs. Robert Knott, Sheph~erdstown---Phone 3983 Mrs. Lena Ambrose, Engle---Phone 69-F-024 Mrs. Roy Breeden, Rgns0n--Phone 256-J Mrs. Clarence Smgllwood, K~bletown--Phone 20-F-024 Mrs. l~dline Ott, M&nnings--Phone 50-F-014 Mi~ Lllli~n Myers, Shenandoah Junction--Phone 66-F-031 Mrs. Bruce Furr, Leetown--Phone 24-F-015 Mrs. Georgia Pearl, Chestnut Hill Miss Margaret Houser. B~kerton Mrs. Jull~ Viands, Meehanlestown--Phone 17-F-031 Mrs. Stugrt Crlm, Summit Point,-Phone 47-F-032 Miss Dorothy Bowers. Halltown~Phone 26-F-031 Mrs. G. E. Webb, Harpers Ferry-Bolivar---~Phone 2492 Mrs. Ethel Busz~rd. Silver Grove Miss l~tsy Zombro, Middlew~y---Phone 70-F-011 Mrs. Elsie O. Hamstead, Kemrneysvtlle---Phone 2108 Mrs. Austin Nleodemus, Rippon---Phone 61-F-911 Mr. and Mrs. Leesburg, Va., Mr. ard Henry Lee, land, Mr. and Mrs .... ers, Washington, D. John Scully, Mr. and Mrs. John and Mr. and Mrs: Hancock, Md. and MS: Butterfield of HARRY M. Harry M, Brown, .~ North street, suddenly Saturday the home of a sister, Williams, in Ranson. a. patient in the here for two weeks charged that morning. A life-long resident : son county, he was 17, 1905, a son of the and Sally Dunn Surviving are two~:~! Mrs, Williams, Wysong, Jr., Charles brothers----John W. F. Brown, Charles C. Brown, half-sister, Mrs. C. L. ryville, Va.; and a l William R. Brown, Mi Services were held at 2 p. m. at the Smith der Funeral Home here t Rev. Carlyle A. M ,.Dog l ating. Burial was in Cemetery. Bearers were: Earl T mas Ril~el~ard West, Harry Dailey, and Robert Smith. ': Rags And Riches SermonFor He joined the faculty at Drex- el in 1936 where he was professor, at 9:00 a. m. of English. Before going to Drex- partmental el he served as head of the Eng-lot Mrs. Robert Trail,. lish Department at ValleY Forge 8:00 p. m. Church Military Academy, Valley Forge, i at the Pa.f p. m., In August 1933 he married Jean lay visitors meet Esther Reid of Oil City, Pa. He 7:30 p. m. Senior is survived by his wife, one daugh al, Thursday; at The Rev. Earl Neal St. Thomas Lutheran Ranson, announced following schedule of Sunday June 4. and week-day events: The Servi~e at 8:30 11:00 a. m. sermon, Riches." Nursery held worship. Sunday at 9:45 a. m.; J, Superintendent. : Friday, Vacation THE TOWNE HOUSE RESTAURANT HARPER'S FERRY, W.' VA. BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINN SERVED DAILY FROM 9:00 A. M. TO 9:00 P. M. FRESH SEAFOOD EVERY FRIDAY .SUNDAY NIGHT TELEPHONE 3351 USE THIS COUPON TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON--ADVOCATE Or pass it along to a friend or use it to extend or renew your own subscription. Please start snding me the Spirit of Jefferson - Advocate. Name t. t....., ..... , .. t.. , ,... t. ,...... t t . Street ............................. i ...... City ........................ 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