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Figures at District Legion Convention; Man is Flamed New District Vice-Commander : il above are principals at the American Legion's Tenth District convention, hosted by Berke- hi Martinsburg Sunday. Seated. left to rigilt, are :--Wilson Smith. Petersburg, retiring dis- Lincoln Cox, Kirby, department commander: Edgar M. Riordan, Post 14 cam- am (Pap) Jackson, Charles Town, district commander: Leon G. Ebersole, Sharpsburg on commander and member Maryland Legion executive committee; Tommy Owens, Charles adjutant. Standing, from left to right :--David Shearer, Romney's Legionnaire mayor: Charles Town, district chaplain: Courtney Pratt, Moorefield, immediate past district com- Elliott Neflin, past department commander. Paul W. Schell, Moorefield, elected by delegates to the office of district first vice-commander, did not attend due to tile (Smallwood Studio) OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE ky, JUNE 18, 1959 3---A aths and Funerals ] ,t [~AKER McCAULEY was said this a% 10 a. m. in Charles Baker McCauley, t'he Waynesboro, and a residen~t s,h'ee t, Charles Sunday nig~h~t a Memorial John C. Ryan Town church : of t,he services and Edge Hill Ceme,tery The Ros,ary was a 8 p. m. a,t the Colonial Fun- had been has,pit- Charles Town and Va. for ~he past ~go Mr. McCauley Wl,th the Amer~ican Town and l~hen W~as~hing, ton Food went wi,th the of S%. James Jefferson Coun- Wal~ton League, Fire Cam- arles Town on Nov. a son of Mrs. Ida of South Char 1~he late Joseph his wife, MrS. a~t home; ~t home; his mo- McCauley, sis,ters-Mrs. Al M d.; Mrs. Spring, Md. Mrs. Gordon Chaney, Coral Hills, Md.; and a nu, mber of nieces and nephews. MRS. CHARLES W. OSBOURNE Mrs. Leotah LeMaster Osbourn 54, wife of Charles William Os- bour,n of Sheperdstown died un- expectedly Tuesday nigl'.% about 9:30 ~t her home. The deceased had not been ill and had worked Tuesday at some canning. She was born in Jefferson Coun .ty, July 14, 1904, a daughter of John W. McKee and the late Ef- fie Mac Le~Master McKee. She was a member of the New Street ~Meth odist Church in Shepherdstown. Surviving are her husband, Charles William and so,n Charles William, Jr. cff Shepherdstown; a son Pv~bert of Luray, Va.; Mrs. Donald Smi,t,h, Shepherdstown and Miss Betty Os'boBrn also of Shepherdstown. Her father, John W. McKee, Shepherds town; and the fol,lowing sisters and brothers also survive-Mrs. Fred Kinsell, Martinsburg; Mrs. Bernard Ben- her, Bedi,ng1~on; Mrs. Garlie GanG Shepherdstown; Mrs. Wilson Lord Mar tinsburg; (Mrs. Jaseph Siler, Berkeley County; Gary McKee, Shepherds*town; Jack (McKee, Greensburg; and Home of Kear- neysville. The body was taken ~o the home of her d~ugh,ter Mrs. Donald Smith, today from where it may be viewed until it is taken to the New Street Methodist Church for 0ING ON IN . . ANS ,Oy BreedeR Telephone 256-JX Hough and Mr. of Charles Tow,n on Sunday Mrs. ~Myra Brai Debbie and Inn. RiChard Braith- night visltors Harry Creamer and Mrs. vis4ted on brother Mr. 'and family in iness. Mrs. Bertha Merchan~ of Char- les Town Mrs. Lillian Tharpe and !Mrs. Susie Glaize bot:h of Ranson s:pen~t Friday evening with (Mrs. Lillie Biller of Bolivar. Miss Deb,l~ie Braithwaite and 'brother Rickie spent Tuesday wi.t'h their gra,nd,parents Mr. and ,Mrs. John E. SmaHwood of Byrds Orchard. Mr. Marvin Waters and son of Pleasan,t Valley, Md. were visitors at ,the home of Mr. Art~hur We:bb and family on Tuesday af,ternoon. Mrs. Donald Webb and sons and day in Hagerstow,n, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Viands of the 1%anson Inn were visitors in Winchester on :Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lock- hart. Mrs. Rebecca Mauck has been c~ our sick list and under the doctors care for the week. A,t this wri,tAng s,he is feeling a li,tble bet- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Small- wood of Seminary St. visited at the home of Mr. Arthur Webb and f,amily ,on Saturday evening. The Ranson Helpers Club held their sale on Saturday, June 13 a% rthe c'lub house after which t;hey have moved to the old Ranson School Building c,n fifth avenue. Family Reunion. ,Mrs. George Breeden and fam- ily held their family reunion on Sunday, June 14 at the home of Mrs.-Howard Hough at Kabletown They each fixed a picnic lunch and combined it altogether. Those prese,nt were: ~Mr. and Mrs. El- wood Breeden and family, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Breeden and tam ,fly, ,Mr .and Mrs. Lee Breeden and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bree ~den and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle !Furr and sc~a ,Mr. and Mrs. Burr ;l:Sickard and son ,Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rickard and son, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Hummer and son Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shile and son Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hough and fa, mily, Mrs. George Breeden and son~G~orge. A good time Was "~eld by all. Mrs. Roy Breeden and sons were visi,tors on Tuesday nig'ht wit.h Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hough. Mrs. Myra Bratthwaite attend- ed a Stanley Party on Tuesday ev ening at the home of Mrs. Virgin ia Gray in Halltow:n. Mrs. Olyn Collis and daughter Bonnie of Inwbod was visi:tors on Monday evening with ~Irs. 'Myra Braithwai,te and children. Delayed From Last Week S~mmy Glaize w~ho graduated from Shepherd College last week has returned ~to the home of his parents Mr. ,a,nd Mrs. Martin Glaize in l~anson. Mrs. Odis Darr of Hagers,town visited with her mot,her Mrs. Sam Darr and sis,ter (Mrs. Martin Glaize recently. rMrs. Wa}ter Glaize s~pent Sun- day in Berryville with Mr. and 'Mrs. Eddie Levi. 'Mr. and Mrs. Gasaway and tam ily of New Jersey spe,nt ,the week e~d with ~Mr. and Mrs. Martin in Rich'mond and at,tended t:he grad- uation of Sammy Ola~ize at She,p herd College. 61 C--- arles Town ,Junior High ,Are Named On Honor Roll A of 61 ~tudents of Ohar- spent Man- les Town Junior High School D. C. ~n bus- Miss Elizabeth Webb spent Thurs made a "B" average or better for .their past year's work it was re- f / I /, / // /// , t / PROM OUR EGG FACTORY Eggs Graded and Candied) 0 SUPP Y Charles Town, W. Va. ~ported this week by Principal Ros ,coe Payne. Eight studen~ts had the honor of maki,ng an "A" average for the :season. Those making all "A's" were: Paul Corso Robert Nerhood Jane l%issler, Patricia Rissler and !,Betsy Wysong of the ninth grade; Patricia Burns 8th grade and Ros ell.a Kern and John Merchant, 7th grade. (Making "B" averages were: 9t'h Grade-Lud~nila Bratina. El izabeth Brown, William Clenden- 4:~g, Joseph Cloud, Joseph Crane, Thomas Doyle, David Longerbeam Nieewarner, Carolyn Urqu- hart. 8bh Grade -Susan Bell, Judy Brock,mann, J'an Buzzard, Carolyn Carpers, Jerol Clc~pper, Robe~t Dalley, l~ebecca Dunn, Patsy Grant, Stephen Hann, Ann Leag- ue, John Lowery, Don,ha Mahone, Caro,l Merchan,t, Marvin 'Michael. Charles Moler, Jane Mullen, Linda O'Bryan, Sally Showne, Robert ,smith, WalHs Ann Snyder, Delores Steetey, Es:ther Un, ger. 7th Grade-Carla Alexander, Jan et Anderson, David B~wers, Lois Brewer, C~le~b Burns, Karla Kay ,Corbi,n, J~mes Crockett, A~mon Gran,t~ham, Shirley J,ckson, Mi- chael Kidwell, Pa,tsy Mabone, An- ne (McCormick, C~,thie McIntyre Marie Penwell, *Mary Ramsburg, Douglas ~ing. :Margaret Saville, Kay Statlera Marshal] Th(>m,pson, Anne West, Sandra W~ittington, Barry Wra~a. Politicians. like show people. give the 0ublic some truth and somc hokrum. READ THE SPIRIT-ADVOcATE YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MUCH MORE THE ACME! ) F,,r Father Day Treat llim to the Tenderest, Jaiciest Steak lie Ever A le LmSmlnst Sale of Lancaster Brand SIHLOIN i :[ama ttr ranb lb Acme Quality, Cut-Up Acme Freshly Ground (Lesser quantities slightly higher.) i: lb /ii TASTY SKINLESS PC Ib NATURAL SLICED e Ib pkg (Lesser quantities slightly higher.) 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