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7 BURNER ALGER [ Episcopal Church in Charles were held this Town, of which the deceased was a member, officiated. Burial was at 2 p. m.: made in Ed~.:e llill Cemetery in T. Strider Colo-Charles Town. "CeF. She is survived by the follow- in~ children - Mrs. Rosalle Page Fowler, Inwood, W. Va.; Mrs. Ante Marie Darroch, Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Mabel Kehl, Media, Pa. Mrs. Ix, veta Arlec Jensen, Kansas City; M ; Mrs. Eva Nell Baty, Media, Pa.; Leslie C. Alger, Char- les Town; Dr. Fred It. Alger, Berryville; Va.; Clifton tI. Alger, Cleveland; Ohio; Merle E. Alger, Home in Ranson, for t The deceased was born ~n Page Charle~, Town; Kyle Francis Alger Alger, widow~ C runty, Va daughter of the lateCharle:;. 'i'o~vn; Wilbur A. Alger, Alger, who died Mr. and Mrs. Noah Burner, on Winchester, Va.; and Jesse Alger, Pa where she Feb. 26, 1880. She had resided in Frederick, Md.; also 22 grand- with a daughter Ranson for many years until go- children; 32 .'4reat-grandchildren Batty. The Rev. ing to Media some time ago to and six great-great grandchildren rector of Zion make her home with her daugh- also a brother, Jonas Burner of Akrun, Ohio. WILLIAM EUGENE TRAIL Funeral services were held to thank all the voters of Charles Town who in the City Election on May 23. Also wish those who gave their moral support who live city. My appreciation to you. You will ahvays EDWARD BRAXTON BEVERAGE Thursday, May 30, at 3 p. in. from tim Eakles Funeral Chapel in ttarper's Ferry, for William Eug- ene Trail, 60, of ttalltown, operat ing engineer at the Halltown Paperboard Company, who died Monday, May 27 in Charles Town General Hospital. The Rev. J. Wil liam Talbott officiated and bur~l was made in Harper Cemetery in It'u'pers Ferry. The deceased was born .in Lou- doun County, Va March 31, 1903, a son of the late John Franklin and Lillie Mae Everhart Trail. He is survided by his wife, Virginia Grey Trail at the home in Hall- town; three sons William E. Trail, Jr of Laurel, Md.; David G. of Italltown and Mark at the home in Halltown; also two grand children: two sisters - Mrs. Mary Reed, Rockville, Md.;and Mrs. years until his retirement. He was a veteran of World War I, having served in,the U. S. Army A beautiful 70c. set made of unbreakable and he was a member of the ltstic in colorful pineapp e des gn. 2qt. Ebenezer Methodist Church. itcher with 6 matching 8oz. Insulated Surviving are his widow, Mrs. A real value at this low price! Daisy RuSsell Wiles, at the home Limit 2per customer at Ixmdoun Heights; two daugh- ters - Mrs. Jean Itilderbrand, J ~,Engle; and Mrs. Virginia White hair at the home; two sons, Harry F. Wiles, Jr of Loudoun Heights ~[~, ~*"~ / and Ronald Wiles, at the home; !3 grandehi!drer ; one great-grand Child; two sisters- Mrs. Goldie Miller, of Lakeland, Fla.; and Mrs. Amy Peoples, of Bradenton, Fla.; - three brothers ' Roy of St. Peters- o. *395 TO '11 orial MeChodi Church and vice president of the W. S. C. S. of the Church and the Crusaders Sunday School Class. Surviving in addition to her husband is a sister, Miss May Morris of Shenandoah Junction. S. M. WILKERSON-.- (FROM PAGE I-A) diseharged from the Armed For- ces he returned to Clifton Forge and resumed his duties with the Leggett Company. tie came to Charles To al from the Covington store. Mr. Witkerson is married to the former Doris Broee of Blacksburg and "they have two sons, Greg, 5, and Erie, 18-months. Mr. Wilker- :ift will long be remembered when give fine silverplate. Beautiful use- .and practically priced. son said he plans to move his wife and sons to Charles Town some time this week and they will reside at Jefferson Terrace. Mr. Wilkerson, was active in community and church affairs in Covington. He was a member and a deacon in the Covington Baptist Church; an active member of the Jaycees, vice-president of the Coy inNon - Allenany County Chapter American Cancer Society; a mem ber of the Covington Chamber of Commerce and the Promo~ tonal Board of the Retail Mer- chants Association of Covington. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Wilkerson, Sr. of Christians burg. SILVERSMITHS FINE SILVERPLATE FRESHEST PRODUCE UNDER THE SUN: $3.95 4.95 B Butter Dish 5.95 G. 3-Way Shell Server $9.95 H. Chip & Dip Server . . 10.95 I. 2-Tier Buffet Server . 11.95 G.95 7.95 " 8.95 CREDIT -- Little or No Money Down e Keepsake sign in the center of Downtown ; i AGAN'S ll WI LE F1S hington ,St. -- Charles Town, W. Va. I Work And Merchandise Guaranteed ! PHONE 725-7411 Daily. 9:00 to 5:00 Friday - 9:00 to 9:00 - If you don't know watches, know your Senator Byrd--- FROM PAGE 1-A Senators Byrd's remarks were de- ,presenting the Le ion Au. iliary, station at Fort tTaloNrd, near presented a Memorial Wreath 14 For Induction; 22 Go For Physical Exams The Jefferson County Selective Service Board sent a sizeable con tingent of 36 men to the Anncd Forces examining and induction i Baltimore, Thursday nmrning, it i was announced by Mrs. Garnelt P. Morison, assistant clerk of the local Board. Of the group 14 went for indict ion and 22 made the trip for their pre-induction physicials. Those sent for induction, one of the largest groups to go from the local board in some months were: Mauriee Moore, Jr Willard MRS. LOUISE LEONARD Republican Candidate HOUSE 0I DELEGATES (From Jefferson County) MY PROGRAM FOR PROGRESS Includes My Pledge To Work For: Funds to establish better hospital and mental health facilities in Jefferson County and to support the ob- jectives of the Jefferson County Mental Health Assoc- iation. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON ARMEWS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1968 A---3 Groves, Ronald Robinson, David Caniford, Dexter Goodrich, Frank lin Corder, Ronald Puller, ~arroll Johnson, Laurence Grove, Robert Roper, John Kite, Robert Dola- man, Carnell Lindsay and Philip Gray, the latter a transfer into the lucal Board. The Jefferson County Board has also received a call for four Please Support My Program For Progress. Thank You. Eva Sehultz, Bolivar; and two [ivered to a capacity crowd. brothers - Robert of Charles Town In his opening statement Sena- and Farl of Suitland, Md. tar Bryd said "we gather here to honor those who have died that AT HARRY F~WILES, SR. America, and the idea of human F ; freedom that it symbolizes, might V E L M O N I C O C L U B u at w re liv- to -'a'" tribute in short t^ 30, at. 11 a. m from the Ebenezer i--e " v,' u Church," Loudoun Hei-"I mose woo nave given melr nves Methodist [for the Ame'rican dream There h lS :s Vs, ar' f(0 r it uaToYun Freankl n ] are many families in our iand to- FEATURING: . ' i day from which, over the years, II E ) inao utel pec emy lv n-,a loved one has been called to q)VE And tl S l;l P y. Du e .n.ome. "me fight for freedom, and perhaps l e. 1 nn oztmmteo ana . die that cause i was m in . Ano tins bur al made in the Ebenezer - "s set a art fro Ronnie is a famous Recording Star and is in the Top clay I s p m all otners jouu, n,~v~,c~*~l~tr e~ T ,4 T-T ,1~+ouece.aseu was born n re for uslo remember them with Ten in the Nation. -- He also Dances. " grateful hearts, rededicating our crick wountv, IYIG, April t~, 1~1 - - " selves to the principles for which a son of the rote wmlam ana -he ave their last full"-- ~, t y g " measur~ Margaret JaneMulh~,an Wiles. He ,f a,wotion" Thence,-- ici~ ; S NIGHTI Y was a plumber by trade for many " ing, as we honor these dei~d, that we ask ourselves these questions: Are we willing to rededicate our- selves to the principles for which 0:00 P M And 1:00 h H they died and to do what is nee- * essary to preserve and strengthen America and the American dream for which they gave their lives -- $3.00 - PER PERSON or are we going to allow our country, and it's dream of liberty (Members&Guests 13nlv under law, to parish before our eyes because we are unwilling, or unable, to cope with the pro- blems and the forces that beset )E'! N )NIt0 CL[tB us?" Will we keep the faKh with them?, the Senator asked. ROUTE 9 -- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. "We look at America oday, and we are not reassured. Our June 6-1t-pd.- inations, it was stated. The Summit Point Home Demo burg, Fla.; Lester of Frederick, Md.; and Dewey Wiles, of Jeffer- son, M'd. country is wracked by a divisiven ess ,it has not know since the dark days of the Civil War a cen- tury ago. Turmoil and dissension and .subversive threats grip the nation at home and abroad. We are caught up in a ho~ war and a cold war with the evil forces that would destroy freedom and the way of life that we have known ,in this great country, the Senator declared. There is no uni,ty among our people for either the external fight against aggre- ssion, nor the internal struggle against subversion. We must re- turn to the principles under which the United States became a great world power. Only a nat- ion that is willing to fight for it's ideas and ideals, will survive," the speaker stated. The dropouts from responsibi- lity, the mandarins of.the "New Left" cloaking their sniper fire of 'destruction under .the mantle of dissent; the radical professors who openly incite their students to rebellion; ~he activist clergy who have for saLon ~eir pulpiis for the political soapbox; the draft card burners; the demon- strators; the rights movement; the black power anarchists; evploited or even directed, *by the enemies of America, who are openly prea- ching revolution and openly pro. claiming that America must be destroyed, makes our country far more endangered from w~thin than from without, the Senator stated. The program was opened with JOHN ROBERT MILLER Funeral services were held Fri- day, May 31, at 2 p. m. from the Melvin T. Strider Sudley Funeral Home in Shepherdstown, for John Robert Miller, 67, of Shepherds- town, who died Tuesday :May 28, in the Baker V. A. Center near Martinsburg. The Rev. Fred Kal- kbrenner, of Shepherdstown, offi ciated and burial was made in the Reformed Cemetery. The deceased was born in Shep herdstown, Sept. 14, 1900, a son of the late Robert George and Fan- nEe Louise Lambert Miller, He was a painter by trade for years until his retirement. He was a veteran of World War 1I and was a member of the American Legion Post. Surviving are two sisters - Mrs. Nellie Breitbach of Hyattsville, Md. and Mrs. Ruth Reyer, Mar- tinsburg. MRS. ROBERT DARR Funeral services will be held Saturday June 8 from ~he William Memorial Methodist Church at Shenandoah Junction, at 2 p. m. for Mrs. Helen Clarene Darr, wife of R(~bert Darr, of Shenandoah Junction, who died Thursday, June 6, in Charles Town General Hospital ,after an illness of two weeks. The Rev. David Dawson, will officLaCe and burial will be made in Edge Hill Cemetery in musie by the Charles Town High Charles Town. band, followed by scripture read- Bearers are: Robert Jones, ling by the Rev. Richard E. Neal, i Garnet Payne, Jasper Hill, Roy lpastor of St. Thomas Lutheran Shirley, Robert Hockensmi h, Cha! Church, Ran.son, W. Va (Pap) rles C. Brown, Emmet Boyd and Jackson, and past-commander and Dan Hendricks. Americanism officer for Jackson The deceased was born in Jeff- Perks Post No. 71, American Leg erson County, July 8, 1903, a!ion, who presided for the pro- daughter of the late Wilbert and gram, extended the welcome to Clara Hendricks Morris. She was the guests and introduced special a member of the Williams Mem- guests. Mrs. Raleigh Shaffer, re- Filling YOUR Prescription ls OUR go-- - 7 1LEO OVE LET PEOPLES iFIIIL L YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION nstration Club will meet at 7:3(I o'clock on Wednes0ay evening, June 12th, at the home of Mrs. Robert Light. Members are re- minded of the change in the regu- larly scheduled meeting date. This men for induction into the Arnled, meeting will be a workshop in Forces for the month of June ceramics and all members are and 25 more for physical exam-~urged to attend. WITH O home heating oil CLIMATE CONTROL-- Conditions of 25-Degrees Below Zero -- STORAGE CONTROL -- Delivered Fresh, Stays Fresh -- PROTECTION -- Keeps Heating Systems Clean-- MOISTURE RESISTANT -- Fortified To Stay Drier SPECIAL BLEND -- Improved Heating Efficiency POWERFUL--- Cetane Controlled For Hotter Heat O CALL US FOR COMPLETE HOME COMFORT WATER SOFTENERS AIR CONDITIONERS O CITGO DISTRIBUTOR Charles Town -- Shepherdstown Leesburg, Virgtnt I Jl iiN/ I Modern Home Heating Oil Is Nature's Finest Fuel LANCASTER BRAND CHUCK RIBI7-1NCH CUTSl C lb. lb. TENDER, OVEN-READY Rib Roast 79c FRESH, PAN-READY WHOLE (CUT-UP OR OUARTERED lb. 31"I Acme Coffee Fresh Roasters. | Pork Loins ""*"' (9 to 1 1 CHOPS) . . lb. lb. BALA CLUB 39'" " ASSORTED 121 "a'" 97C . . 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