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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE wa. made in lhe Seneca Cemetery The deceased was born in Char- JUNE 9, 1966 A--3 los Town, a (laughter of the late John E. and Katie D. Quick. She Boys Confirmed At Methodist Church was also educated in Charles Town schools, being the former Ida Kate Quick prior to her mar- $131000 riage. She left Charles Town in 1936 and went to Seneca to live and has lived there since then. Survivors include her husband, Francis Gunn; two daughlers, Mrs Mary Alice Bennett and Mrs. Vir- ginia Itolt, both of Seneca; a bro- ther, G. F. Quick, Albuquerque, N. M.; seven granlchildren and a great-grandchild. JAY L. The ten boys shown above, upon completion of their preparator~ became members of the Asbury Methodist Church Sunday, FROM PAGE -- 1 staff of Clarke County Itigh School and he taught Mathemat- ics, Geography and Physical Edu- cation there until he went to John Mosby Academy. While residing in Front Royal he was a member of the Methodist Church; the Virginia Jaycees; the Warren County Metal Health Association of which he is cur- rently serving as president; the Virginia Education Association and as a Boy Scout Counselor. Mr. Eackles is married to the former Miss Carol Wray Pine, of Berryville and they have three sons, Jay Donald, 6; Michael Scot! 4 and Steven Lyle, 1. They reside 8. They are: First row (left to right)--Eugene Strou~, Donald at 1027 Northview Avenue, Front Art Webb. Second row--Eric Waggy, Bruce Meier, Royal, Va. Dailey. Third row--Clayton Anders, George Costello, the Rev. J. Williams, pastor. Mac Willingham and Richard Carper. Mr. John P. Merchant, Charles Of FROM PAGE --- 1 OBSTETRICAL A baby boy was born to Mr. and :s. Edward L. Hall, of Ranson Va., on June 2, 1966. A baby boy was born to Mr. and rs. Robert Buracker of Shep- ~rdstown, W. Va. on June 5, 1966 SURGICAL Mrs. Naomi M. Barrow, Charles P l r:'wn Charles G. Jackson, Harpers 'erry, Route 2. . Mr. William F. Kratz, t narles r0wn. Town. en Brown, Frank Bradford, James Mrs. Pauline H. Vale, Harpers Brown, Doug Davis, Sam Gilman, Ferry. Ralph Smith, Greg Hess, Lawson Mrs. Frances R. Twyman, Harp- McIvor, Marshall Williams, Bruce ers Ferry Manuel, Larry Carr, Greg Slusher Mrs. Mildred M. Smoot, Hall- Alfred Carr, Mac Willingham, town. Mike Magaha, Sam Byrer, Kenny Mrs. Katie E. Dunn, Bolivar. Brill, Jeff Roth, Kim Reid and Mr. William W. Daugherty, Jr., Lewis Shull, manager. Knoxville, Md., Route 1. For basketball - Jeff Lancaster, Sam Gilman, Ralph Smith, Greg Hess, Lawson McIvor, Marshall Williams, Bruce Manuel, Larry Carr, Alfred Carr, Sam Byrer, Kenny Brill, Jeff Roth, Kim Reid and Lewis Shull and Steve Hooper managers___ MRS. HAZEL L. JACOBS Half 1966 County Funeral services will be held High School Graduates Patrolman Cyrus Molar, a mem- ber of the Charles Town Police Department submitted his resig- , nation to Charles Town Council l al the regular meeting Monday night, effective June 30. lie has accepted employment with the Fairchild Aircraft Corporation in ttagerstown, Md. Members of the Council were also informed by Treasurer Kable D. Johnson a balance of $33,000 in the city budget, with some $13,000 available for street repair work. The job of officially canvassing the vote in the May 26 Charles Town municipal election was corn pleted and after no changes were noted Mayor Nicholas Carson was sworn in to begin his 10th con- secutive term of office by C. F. Printz, municipal clerk. Mayor Carson then in turn gave the oath Advised of office to the four re-elected and one newly elected councilmen They are tIoward Sechrist, Dewey Ambrose. Dr. D. C. Master and Edward Braxton, incumbents re- elected and Ezra Campbell, who was elected to fill out tbe un- expired term of Vivan Bush who has moved from the city. A suggestion was made by Councilman Master that the pay of $5 per meeting for Council- men was too low and he recom- mended raising it to $7.50 or $10. No action was taken on the sug- gestion. Council was also advised that a street survey being made by the Potomac Edison Company has been completed and Russell Rop- er appeared before Council with a set of plans for remodeling the Robert Carr house. The house He hag not yet applied for a build Foundation for independent Col- mg permit for the remodeling!leges, Inc., lasl week. work. Making the presentalion was Bolivar Woman Hit By Car In Charles Town Margaret Evans, of Bolivar, sus tained bruises when she was sh'uck by a car being driven by Marie P. Henderson of Charles Town, Thursday morning .lune 2, in Charles Town. The accident occurred at the corner of George and Washington streets. The Boll var woman did not require medi- cal attention. The accident is still under investigation by Capt. E. W. Day of the Charles Town Police Department. Harry Viener Presented Certificate For Interest, Support Higher Education ttarry B. Viener, associated wi[h Hyman Viener and Sons, was had originally been condemned, presented a certificate of appre- Col. C. C. Alabaugh (USA Ret.). executive director of the founda- tion. Col. Albaugh paid high tribule to Viener's lnany years of sup- port of higher educalion. Donald L. Myers Becomes Registered Broker With Washington, D. C. Firm Donald L. Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Myers of Jef- ferson Avenue, Charles Town, has become a registered broker with Bellamah, Neuhauser & Barrett Investment Brokers in Washing- ton, D.C. Mr. Myers is a graduate of Charles Town High School and West Virginia University. Before joining Bellamah, Neuhauser & Barrett, Inc., Mr. Myers' prior business experience was with IBM Corporation and Jones & I~augh- lin Steel Corporation. CUT FROM YOUNG, CORN-FED BEEF! ...SIRLOIN Car Damaged When Hit Tree Near Fountain On Mountain On Route 9 A car being driven by Glenda Frances Lickey, of Purcellville, Va., sustained about $300 in dam- ages Tuesday afternoon about 1:15 when it went oul of conlrol, skid- (ted and smashed into a utility pole near the fountain, on the mounlain on State Roule 9, South of Charles Town. Charles Town State Trooper (;ary Arthur said the Lickey car was pulling out from a side road and the driver put on her brakes to stop when she saw another car coming and her car skiddet and slammed into a tree No charges war placed in the ac((ident. FOOT ODOR HOW TO KILL IT. CAUSED BY A GERM. Kill the germ, you kill the odor. You can't smell it. Your FRIENDS CAN, Ordinary antisep- tics are no use, Apply T-4.L POWER- FUL GERM KILLER for smelly, sweaty. itchy feet. H not pleased OVERNIGHT, yotl~ 4Sc hack at any drug counter. NOW at all Drug Stores. June 2-3t- . > :'7:,, LANCASTER BRAND, SQUARE CUT I C SHOULDER I ............... " VEAL ROASTI Eye , ', &Q i ..................... "" : ,_,_ H,. ,,J , Crabmeat ............... = ! Canned Bacon ........ ,.7 I ..... ....-' I s pj,ps ....... : ....... - Boded Ham .......... ,,, 59 I .... 79' [ ............. ,55' Scrap'pie ....... ,,.37.69 l i''"=''.'' Flounder " *" IIATH'S HICKORY S~OKEO I-W. g 2-lb. ~ ~ I Veal Roasts ....... 79' ! orShank .....29' I Canned Hams ........ [ C ,lu~ciion. enger. She was a member of the , ~I~, i,'aymond M. Staubs, Jr., Non-Denominational Church. *dstown. Surviving are her husband, lyde M. Luckett, Charles Hugh A. Lloyd, Harpers Ferry; five daughters - Miss Thelma *i. ~;.,. Ada E. Cogle, Harpers Lloyd, Indianapolis, Indiana; Miss Olga Lloyd, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. :: " ,;ladys M. Covert, Charles Lucy Trotter, Bolivar; Miss Inez ~ Route 2. Lloyd, Oxen Hill, Md.; and Mrs. Eleanor Hardy: Ransom Stella Davis, Charlottesville, Va.; three grandchildren; a sister, Mrs Emma Rutherford of Bolivar and SCOTT & WHITE 1 a brother Henry Ballenger, Mill- wlle Ethical Pharmacists 1 " PHONE 725-2182 I MRS IDA K. GUNN HARLES TOWN, W. VA. Ii Funeral services were held Thu- ..... |irsday morning, May 26 at 10 ............. | i o'clock in the Biddlecome Chapel When your prescription |l in Seneca, Missouri, for Mrs. Ida bears this label you know |lKathryn Gunn, 72, a resident of You 11 - Seneca, who died, in the Cardwell will benefit "from the I I ....... I I Memorial Hospztal ]n Stezla, .......... ..... I [on Monday, May 23, follov ing an p armacy can prowae a s Th rmaey can proviae, i illness of about 10 d y, e Rev. Fred Walker officiated and burial we are pleased to announce that DONALD L MYERS is now associated with our firm as a Registered Representative BELLAMAH, NEUHAUSER & BARRETT, Inc. Member: Philadelphia-Baltimore.Washington Stock Exchange NA. 8-9700 1511 K. ST. N. W., WASH., D. C. in Franklin, West Virginia on July 20, 1966 and will begin with a coffee hour at 9:30 A. M. D. S. T. ; the meeting will convene at* 10:00 o'clock. Reservations must be made at the County Office no Inner than July llth. t .The Achievement Day Banquet Committee was named by the pres ident and will consist of all Cluhl I QUIK CASH WINNERS BERTHA BRAITHWAITE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. $5.OO T ELYN STONE CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. $5.OO IRENE DAVY SUMMIT POINT, W. VA. $10.00 ) MEMBER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Presidents. -