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MARGARET V. HOUGH services were held Wed June 15, at 11 a. m. from ~ Melvin T. Strider Colonial neral tlome in Ranson, for Mrs. Virginia Hough, 86, of who died Monday, at home of a daughter, Mrs. Will 1 Ainsworth, Jefferson Avenue, Town, following a lengthy The ReD. Temple G. Whee- , of Harpers Ferry, officiated t burial was made in Edge ttill in Charles Town. deceased was born in Jeff- County, July 7, 1879, a dau- of the late Warner and Mar Bell Gray. Her husband R. Hough, died in 1939. was a member of the Metho- Church. ] Haneg, at lhe homo and Iar. Sul:viving in addition to Mrs. tha A. Otzelber~er, also at the Ainsworth, she is also survived home; four sons Palmer F., by two other daughters, Mrs. Vir- Auston B., ltarvey L. all at the ginia Bowers, Charles Town; and home and Benton M. tIanes, of Mrs. Alice PosteR, Bluemont, Va. Sharpsburg, Md. Two grandchild. and a son William Itough of Bak-, ren and a brother, Charles Dau- erton. [ gherty, of Bakerton, also survive. MRS. ~A.-~ANES ]1 SIMON "PETE" ST'-'"'-~CKEL Funeral services for Mrs. Clem- [ Funeral services were held Wed ma HaRes, 70, of Sample Manor,/ nesday afternoon at 2:30 from the Md who died unexpectedly Sun- Melvin T. Strider Colonial FaRe- day, June 12, at her home, were ral Home in Ranson, for Simon held Wednesday afternoon at 2, from the Samples Manor Church of God. The Rev. Raymond Rea- Rer, pastor, officiated and burial was made in the Sample Manor Cemetery. The deceased was born in Sam- ple Manor, Dec. 2, 1895, a daugh- ter of the late Aaron and Emma Myers DaughterLy. She was a member of the Samples Manor Church of God. Surviving are her husband, James Alfred HaRes, at the home; two daughters - Miss Margaret J. illage Bouse eslauranl "Pete" Stickel, 89, of RFD Char- les Town, who died Monday in Charles Town General Hospital. The ReD. J. Lee Williams, pastor of the Charles Town Asbury Meth odist Church, officiated. Burial was made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. The deceased was born in Jeff- erson County, Dec. 3, 1876, a son of the late Simon and Columbia F. Finnell Stickel, ST., Ite owned and operated a farm near Charles Town for years prior to retiring some years ago. He was a member of the Methodist Church and the Modern Woodmen of America. His wife, Mrs. Mary Virginia henan oah Sun.ion WILL BE OPEN ON Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays As Usual OBSTETRICAL Monday Thru Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Lewis C. Berry, Charles Town, W. Va. June 8, 1966 Will ,Serve D t I K a girl ,,~n,~ue~s, -unc, eons, Etc. Mr. and Mrs. Armstead McDon. (BY RESERVATIONS ONLY) aid, Charles Town, W. Vs. June 8, 1966, a boy FOR INFORMATION: Mr. and Mrs. Milton C. Cook, Telephone - Chafle6 Town 725-9170 WEEK - END SPECIALS -- 2 Maryland Crab Cakes, 1 Vegetable and Salad ................... 1.50 PRIDAY SATURDAY -- Fried Chicken Livers with Mushroom, 1 Vegetable and Salad ........ 1.75 S U N D A Y --- Swiss Steak, 1 Vegetable and Salad ................... 1.75 Lomb Chops ...... q,, Shoulder Lamb.+ 45' Heck or Shank ...... 39' Breast of Lamb.+ 15" To settle the Estate of Ethel N. Bishop, we, the undersigned, Will sell at public sale the following personal property, located on the parking lot of the Bank of Charles Town, Charles Town, W. Vs. on: SATURDAY - JUNE 25, 1966 1:00 P. M. 2 marble top stands; wicker sewing stand; 2 platform rockers; 1 reclining chair; 1 occasional chair; 3 foot stools; library table ~ith pad; 1 china cupboard; what-not shelves; floor lamp; Seth Thomas mantel clock; 1 flat table desk and chair; Gate leg table; metal wardrobe; single bed with box springs; vanity With stool; hureau; 1O x 20 carpet with 4 matching scatter rugs; Roll-a-way bed; Hoover vacuum cleaner; Bissei carpet sweeper; ~etal utility table; set TV trays; electric coffee service; straight thairs; Frigidaire refrigerator; small universal electric stove; electric fry pan; toaster; iron; mixer; small metal table; a lot of cooking utensils; ~t glass juice set; cruits; water pitcher; ~ld china; dishes, plates, vases, and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH. Estate Ethel N. Bishop Bank of Charles Town, Adm. June 16-2t- Charles Town,' W. Va. Route 1, June 9, 1966, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Robert White, Cha rles Town, W. Va. June 11, 196~, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker, Shenandoah Junction, W. Va. June 11, 1966, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. David Grantham, Shepherdstown, W. Va., June 12, 1966, a girl. SURGICAL Master Willard M. Martin, Cha- rles Town, Mr. Clifton Junior Kel- lean, Millville, Master David W. White, Charles Town, Baby Doug. las W. Tomlin, Millvile, Master Lewis A. Williams, Charles Town Mrs. Betty V. Rutherford, Inwood, Mrs. Bernice J. Snyder, Bolivar, Master Mary D. Dailey, Charles Town Little Van C. Kidwell, Cha- rles " own, Mrs. Mary F. Danner Purcellville, Va., Mrs. Dorothy Z. Fritts, Harpers Ferry, Rt. 1. MEDICAL Mr. Lloyd W. Jones, Knoxville, Md., Route 2, Mr. Harvey C. Men. ear, Summit Poin~ Mrs. Evelyn W. Eaton, Harpers Ferry, Mrs. Clara L. Armstrong, Harpers Fer-. ry, Mrs. Ruth L. Weller, Charles Town, Mr. William S. Brooke, Charles Town Route 2, Mr. Will- iam R, Webl)er, Knoxville, Md., Mrs. Matilda B. Merchant, Ranson Mrs. Esta M. Hamilton, Brans. wick, Md., Mrs. Frances N. Bane, Ranson, Mr. Robert E, Lee, Ran- son, Miss Elizabeth R. Davis, Cha- rles Town, Mrs. Fay P. Armstrong Charles Town; Route i, Mrs. Ursu la E. Vail Harpers Ferry, Mrs. Katie S. Gracey;' Summit Point, Mrs. Lucille E. Snoots, Brunswick Md., Baby Bonnie C., Gro7e, Har- pers Ferry, Route , 2, + Mr. Simon P. Stickel, Charles Town, Route 1, Mr. Forrest L. Wfllingham, Char- les Town, Mrs Hazel V. Hardy, Harpers Ferry, Route 2, Miss Dor- is J. Sheckells, Brunswick, Md., Mr. Abner O. Hoff, Charles Town Mrs. Mary T. Mill~r, Charles Town Mrs. Violet K. Pulse, Kearneys- tlern States Dailoy %tleke], dlcd 1923. His only survivors are a son. Strother Stickel of RFD Charles Town and one grandchild and one great grandchild. JOHN WILLIAM IlOSTLER Funeral services will be held Friday at 2:30 p. m. fr(ma the Melvin T. Strider Colonial tIolne in Ranson, for John William ttostler, 69, of RFD Charles Town who died Tuesday in the Baker V+ A. Center where he had been a patient the past four years. The Rev. J Lee Williams, pas- tor of the Charles Town Asbury Methodist Church, will officiate and burial will be made in the Murrill tlill Churchyard. Friends will be received at the Strider , R. DICK Samuel Richard Dick, 72, of Kearnevsville, W. Va., di(d Sat- urday in Newton D. Baker VA lfospital Martinsburg, W. Va. lie had been stricken earlier. Mr. Dick was born in Frederick County, Jan. 2, 1894, a son of the late James W. and Harriet Anne Mason Dick. tte was a longtime employee of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. as a boilermak- ker. tie was a member of St. Luke's Evangelism United Breth- ren Church, Martinsburg, and a veteran of World War I. Ite is surviw~d by his widow, Mrs. Lelia Smith Dick; two sons, Douglas Dick at home, and Wayne Dick of Martinsburg; nine grand- children; two brothers and two Funeral Home this evening (Thu- sisters, all of Martinsburg, Peter rsday) from 7 until 9 p m. and Raymond Dick .Mrs. Rose The deceased was born in Jeff. Yost and Miss Nettle Dick; and a erson County, April 18, 1897, a number of nieces and nephews. son of the late John H. and Sarah A funeral service was conduct- E. Wilt ttostler, tte was a self- ed Tuesday at 1:330 p.m. at the employed trucker and a member Brown Funeral Home, Martins- of the Murrill ttill Methodist' burg, by the ReD. ttoward L. Church. tie was also a veteran of Fulk. World War 1. Burial was in Pleasant View Memory Gardens, Martinsburg. Surviving are four sisters -- Mrs. Ernest Clipp, Charles Town; ~OD--'~ Mrs. Palmer Boyd, RFD Charles Town; Mrs. Virginia Painter, Lor- HOW TO KILL IT. ton, Va.; and Mrs. Elsie Chiara- CAUSED BY A GERM. Kill the germ. you kill the odor. You can't smell it. monte, Harrison, N. Y. Two bro- Your FRIENDS CAN. Ordinary antisep- tics are no use. Apply T-4.L POWER- thers. Charles W. of Ranson; and FUL GERM KILLER for smelly, sweaty. Carl E. of RFD Charles Town, itchy feet. If not pleased OVERNIGHT, also survive, your 48c back at any drug counter. NOW at all Drug Stores, June 2-3t- SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FM W,I g ADVOCATE I THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1966 Mrs. Floyd Simons Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ranalli and family, Mrs. Eva Penwell and daughter Vickie spent Sunday in ,Perry Point, Md. visiting with her husband Mr. Elzia Penwell who is a patient at the veterans hospital. Mrs. Daisy Deavers spent the past week with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cham- blin of Middleway. Visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown and Mrs. Meh, in Snyder and Miss Nancy Graham attended the wed- ding of their nephew Mr. Lloyd Norman Grahaul of Alexandria Va. and Miss Virginia Stoneham Campbell of Arlington, Va. Mon+ (lay afternoon held in Charlottes- vine, Va. at the University Chap- el. The reception was held at the Thomas Jefferson Inn in Char- lottesville. Mr. Clarence (;rim and grand daughter Judy of Berryville, Va. spent the weekend with his mo- ther. Mrs. Esaw Grim. Mrs. Avis Grim visited her sis- family were Mr. and Mrs. Roy ter in-law, Mrs. Daniel Mason Chapman and son of Winchester Martinsburg and Mrs. Lloyd,Ilill- Va.. Mrs Charles Crim and daB- lard Shepherdstown Tuesdaj. ghter of'Berryville, Va., Mr. and Mr. Thomas ,Jenkins has been Mrs. Thomas Wolford and child- a patient in the Winchester Mem- ren of Kabletown, Mr. and Mrs. or/al Hospital he has been quite Leonard Ruble and family of Ger ill, but is improving. We all wish rardstown and Mrs. Oscar Stone- him a speed~; recovery. berBer of town. Visitors over the weekend with Mrs. Marie Willinson and two children and Mr. Bill Bentz of Alexandria, Va. were Sunday guests of Mrs. Louise Bentz. Mrs. Floyd Simons called on Mrs. Lh)yd Ilillard and daughter,~ Virginia, Shepherdstown, Monday morning. Mrs. ttilla}'d is quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Lackey, St. Petersburg, Florida who had been- visiting relatives and friends here left on Saturday to return home. Mr. and Mrs. ttenry Jones was Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whittington and children, Ilope and Robbie of Baltimore, Md. Also Staff Sergt Mr. and Mrs. Ray F. Cunningham- ar)d two children, Raymond and Tony of Ft. Lenoardwood Miss- tour. tlelpers Club The Ranson Helpers Club held' their regular monthly meeting[ June 2, 1966 with a covered dish A--3 supper, celebrating their 24th anniversary. The meeting was opened by Marie Robinson read ing St Luke, 17 Chapter 1-Ft: verses in absent of our chaplin Cora Foster. Followed by The Lord's Prayer and Flag Salute. Roll call by Kaitie Jenkins with 15 members present and two ~mest+ Henry Jones and Tent Lynn lones. See. report by Ruth Nich- ols followed by treasurers report by Kattie Jenkins. The new business was to elect officers. President - ttattie Campbell, Vice President - Marie Robinson, See. Ruth Nichols, Treas. Kattie Jenkins correspondent sec. Shir- le T~ S y ,,unes, Chaplin - Cora Footer. Shephe emen's Festival To Be June 29 The fourth annual Shepherds- lown Firemen's Festival will be held Saturday, June 25 from 4 until 9 p. m. at the high school, it was announc(d~, this week. The affair is being held as a benefit for lhc fire d~pariment'l- and the ambuhmee service of the fire de- parhnent. There will be entertain ment and pony rides. The public is urged to support this project. EXCITING ust uP *our FRE MARKfT. ERASE THE GOLD SPOt GAME!... o~ +.E C.,.~D AND ~,~D ~-~ = ! CROMERHEATWOL[ a t~tt~ES, save t~s~ L~Tt~ES MEADE HOUDESATLL UNnL You SPEtt ~XACTtY ANY MARY E. SITES NO PURCHASE NECESSARY O~:E OF THE WORDS USrED O~i PALMER OWEN * + THE CARD. CUT FROM YOUNG, CORN-FED BEEF! . . . BONELESS I NCASTER BRAND TENDER ( Blade Bone Removed) ........ lb. ile+ll+te ,, +,e+ ~&$111 ItlANO, llN~ nNDI~ OYIN-Ii/~ ,flOut* SONLIN Chuck Steaks .... ,47' Rib Roast '++ .,, 75" ... Cross Cut Roast. Rib Steaks ........ ,79' Arm Roast ........,65" Cross Cut Roast .. 79' EXTRA TENDER & JUICY IlN~II~ L6/~4 "/|N~tl, ~!$~ Delm0ni0 Steaks. $1" eet Cubes ....... 75' Ground Chuck .... 69" FRESHLY PICKED l REGULAR BACKFIN Fresh Haddock 59 ALL-MEAT ss Franks ,,,moc ....... pkg. ~dP "]~ LANCASTER BRAND SMOKED BEEF LOAF OR Chipped Ham ...........' .... .+..3gc LANCASTER BRAND s.v,ct roll. m,..,u.: Chunk Bologna ......... ,,.55 Loof.,, ST' i Ham & Cheese Leaf.. ,55' ,. Roast Beef ..... ......... SHANK ORTION lb. D MARKERS TENDER, LEAN SMOKED ! I !BUTT [PORTIO I I lb. ................. J :ARLOAD SALE! ... FANCY*LARGE 36 SIZEe WESTERN, PINK-MEAT FBESH, CRISP ICEBERG JUICY CALIFORNIA VALENCIA E. )c TROPICANA ORANGE JUICE THE REAL THING? ,,..., i,,,64J~c Discount mtt mm~tozm mcm saw ~o.+, ,m~t,~c'e vma,Nmtt ,-r~ + ACME GIVES ITS GREAT ville, W. Va. -Shtmltwrlos ....... JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH! Bartlett 39',.. Marshmallows. .... .2 45 BUTTERMILKBREADA ...... 4, 99 Cheese ........... .,65 .... 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