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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1969 A--2 She was born in Uvilla, Decem- long illness. The Rev. Alfred Col- greatly needed in view of the in- town, April 16, 1918 a ber 1, 1876, a daughter of the late Nicholas S. J. and Emma Talbot Strider She resided, for a number of years in Jefferson County before moving to Phila- delphia, Pa. and Plymouth, Mass. She is survived by two grand- lins, officiated. Burial was made in Park Heights Cemetery In Brunswick, Md. The deceased was born in Hermitage, Tenn Sept. 10, 1910, creased tax burden of the prey. George Robert and ious year and the increase in the per. He was never general cost of l~.ving, was a veteran of World He said that Halltown Paper- having served in Italy, board Company was especially and Germany. a son of Ha~tie Mac Sharpe Hol- h,~ppy to make this step during! Surviving are four lib and the late Alva Carter Hol- it's 100th Anniversary, the plane Mrs. Lucy Green, Mrs sons, Thomas T. Cornish, Jr. of li~s. He was a railroad yard con- havin~ been established in 1869 way and Mrs. Eva Philadelphia, and Terry Cornish duetor, located at Locust Point as JoSeph A Eyster and Sons of Harpers Ferry; and of the U. S. Army; two sisters, Yard~ in Baltimore, Md. He was ~ " Nipper of Washington, D. Janie Strider Appleby and Flu- a member of Lodge No. 407,1Ck,L, ,j p &, I', I three bro~hers--Henry of: OBSTETRICAL i Mrs. Margaret Ann Giffen, Rte. rence Strider Neeley, both of Brotherhood ~of Railroad Train- [ jil~lll~r~i ~,t'fl|($r Iu [ Ferry; Roy of WashingW~ Mr. and Mrs. James E. Cockrell ] 1, Harpers Ferry; Mr. John R Washington, D. C. and nieces and men. and Charles of Newark, of Herndon, Yd a girl, born June ] McDaniel, Rte. 1, Shepherdstown; - ~uneral services were ne]a on [ a son of the late Thomas ~. and nephews in Jefferson County. Surviving in addition to his i ~l~nenr ~nmt*A An~ I Friends will be receiv~ 9. ]Master Randy Lee Longerbeam, weunesaay azternoon at z:~vl~na ~wae tJarnngton ~:nms. uor Funeral services were held at mother, are his widow, Mrs. Ann-IJl~w" va Jpul,~ ~uu,Eackles Funeral Home ,1 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene S.' Nelson, ] Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Mary E. from the Charles Town Asbury [ the past 50 years he had owned the John J. Stretch Funeral abelle Divine Hollis, of Glen ~ -. - - I the hours of 7-9 p. m. united Methodist Church, by the]and operated the Ennis Barber Home Haverto~,n Pa ~r~d~, Burnie Md" -ur a~,~hters--IM~Am2H~ K~|~F I{Thursdav~ Rrun~irb Mrl a hnv horn .hme] Bennett, Rte. 1, Charles Town; ~ ~ ~.m,~,-,- '-i Rev. J. Lee Williams, pastor, for lShop, m Charles Town and also Tune 13 19a.q with in~r~n*rnont Mr~ 15.vnthv ~ Rrlet~. [ ||IM||~$ ~ll~-||l|||U| [ , 10. I ~' .me ~aiss ~orma Kay Jenkins, lvin ere i " f t ~'~ Mr ~ad Mrs David Lee Hous-] Summit Point; Mrs. Add J. ! Al~ .Mer d th Enms, Sr 68, o [ for he past 50 years he had in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Phila- port. Ala.; ,Mrs. Doris CoUms, o~ The 'Science and Mathematics A##,I Pl,L gll~ den Shenandoah Junction. a t~ov [ Shaekleford, Martinsburg; Master ~u~ z~. t,awrence street, ~=narles [ t)een a memoer ot me ChOW oz delnhla plo.a.~nt Grovo A~a ~-~ Wva ] l "~'.-'~ ',-m'--- ~" bo~ June 12. " -' [ Gilbert P. Smallwood, Jr tfai, Town, one of Charles Town and I the Asbury United Methodist = " Creel-'---Charl-~te" ~l--~." "Mr'~ D~i~: [ ~emmar will be ne~a on me ~nep- [ -- ner~ uouege campus beginning A ND H RCH SL~ Jefferson County s best-known Church, He had taught a class MR AVIS D SOUTHARD ie Glenn Binninoi~am Ala" andI [ TTE C U Mr. and Mrs. Charles F Sisk, [ pets Ferry; Mrs. Hattie V. Whit- ~ ~t~,~ ~,~ ~h,~ a,~, of ~he i in the ~hur~.h ~,-,~, ~,-1 ~-r --- "- ' . ' --" --" ~" " "' I June zv an~ ending JulY 3. There i ' .'-". " Woru was received on Monday, ,~vln nUmB, mrmmgnam, A~a.; will be a to~2 of 44 artici ants Brunswick, Md a boy, boz'~ June[tington, Rte. 1, Kearneysville; barbers m thzs county and sect- some 43 years; served as super- .T,no ~ h, M,~ w a e- :- a st~son Har,qd T. S h-fer -f[ - p :[ 12. J Mr, Davis C. May, Charles Town;l ~ -=-,-~- ~,- ~vms~ oz me paruczpams wni ion, who dmd unexpectedly on mtendent of the Sunday School i ' Mr. and Mrs. John Wiley, of IMz's. Stephanie G. Lamm, Char- u,n ~,~ [ n of Bardane, W. Va. of the death Hyattsv lle, Md etgh~ grand-[ come from the twenty-tow high l II Charles To~rn, a girl, .born June,les Town; Mrs. Y. Mercer, Char, [ of her brother Ares D. Southard hzldr n,two step-gr.an.dchild- ] schools of Eastern West Virgmm, [ "-- uaugnters l-lOSpll~l to WhiCh Ia- memoer oz me OiilClal ~oaru oz re e " 12. ] les Town. --"i d "~a" [ on that date, in Phzladelphm, Pa. n, two gr at granacmlaren, a lRegmn II Others have been selecl Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cogle, Rte,~URG[CAL uu ty nu ~mu ue~vn ru~u~ ~ t- um unurua auu the~aru uz h^re sister, Mrs Catherine Combs of ~- - - : / ~" w v .v .~u uvcu ~mce mowng . . . . [ tea xrom nigh schools xrom omer } [ uruay night ~Ollowmg an attack Trustees M'chi . . ' from Jefferson County z gab an~ a orother, james . areas of .the state. 2, Harpers Ferry, a boy, born on] ~" " of illness at hzs home. The body Survlvm~ are his wzdow Mrs m~ ~^~a ~.-A T4~11i.~ ,~ ~h~t~,~,~ "v,m~ ] I ( June 14. ~ Master Luther R. Barnhart, of r--er~,~,= u= Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Kable, ]Hagerstown, Md.; Mr. Ben Sim- res~ea, a~ ~ne ~e~vzn r. ~m [Mary Hendricks Ennis, at the late James A and Virginia C ]Nanner Rites To Be J ] ~.]i Uol0nlal ~runerai ~lome trom ~ home; a daughter, Mrs uuy " -- -- " ill ~ -- A I 1 JP'JP" ' l -- Rte. 2, Charles Town, a boy, born I mons, Rte. 2, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. - n r~mgm ~oumara. r~e was oorn . Mondayunhl Wed~lesday mor -[,PearD Reynolds of Martins- in Madison Va Anril 2 1899 and New tnemre upens tn I Held Friday Afternoon I ]law,sprayed June 13, [Virgin~ G. Zombro, ttte. 2, of ing when it was taken to the[~ur,; [t son,"Alvin' M Ennis, Jr, lived in Jefferson" Count-, fo~"a -- ] Funeral services will be held] l~ Mr. and Mrs. Charlie,M. Evans, ] Charles Town; Mrs. Alice V. v s - church for the servmes. The Re . . " a~ .~. o ~ u t ille [of Jefferson V llage, Cha ef mov ng to Philadel- Berkeley Plaza Sh0nnin. I - I ~,~ ~ ~ wa,~, r~,~. ~ I Kehne, Brunswick, Md.; Miss 1 rles time b ore i " Frid a,eternoon at 2 p m from ~ "~ b f~{u, s.~-, y~ -~--. ,ITown.thre,~ =,'andchildren" a phia where he worked as con- # I'1"~ I ~ne ~ac~es ~'uneral. tiome m ~ ~-ffi---~- ~ir] and a ~,~ ~r~, x,L ~ I t~ar ira oean ~ong, tmnson; ~ars. ~a zormer pastor oz me unarms|, y, ~ ,- duetor on the Venns'.lvania R~i' A I~arpers ~erry by Bishop E E ] ~ ~-"~-ffi'--~: ~' ~ ~,~ ~'~" ~,"~,~"~a,:t:~,n [Katherine Beck, Charles Town; Town Church assisted at the lSZs~er, rdlss ~:velyn ~nnls, oz - ~ -.-~'Am ~ " -.'. . --. ? Mrs Minnie I Lightcap, Kearn- funeral ' [Charles Town; two brothers -- road until his retirement several ~ill~ffl i~QI ffl0[llil~UW~ [~,~.t~re~at~err, ~?~orf ~lar~arr~s] Rte, 2, Harpers Ferry, a girl, born ] -. June 15. ~eysvme; ~rs. ~usan x. l uietz, Enms, both ~. ~!:gi~r~ehzs~il? r~y Tw~e~g:~U~ee ~Pee~e~n~ha ] ~uii~ay~!1 bWediasedmhian~e~Pe~c~2a~~ rainy H MEDICAL [Charles Town; Mrs. Roxanne c:ahrTes d~ce??dAu~-~:t b~:nl900n[Th~nhasrl2do~l.ph ~x.- ^m^.~ ~ ~. ~.~ [Kearns, Charles Town; Mr. Jerry ardw [Lee Tfl ett, Charles Town; Mr. ~|& g-IJ l~-J-- J--. E I-L-- l--K ceding him in death. The Bur- gmza has fmally come. The grand l H~'!! Cemetery m Harpers Ferry,] les TOWn; Mrs. l)orotny L. Tom-/R,~be~, xo~ ~ h ~,~a ~x~n,~ lm, ~mvme; ~rs. zaarjorm } Mr Harola L Dou~.las "all* -,-'~ nlleS [l~lU W~l[l~l~v rut J~[l~ A~ll~U~ vivors in addition to his wife opening is slated for Thursday] wztn nephews serving as the act. ~'~ "'~'~'~"-" Hinge, BarnsviUe, Ohio; Mrs. ! " ~ " - "" " ~ are: Mrs. Michael (Connie May) evening, June 19th. The theatre lice oearers. [' ~u~Dv-,~ q,~wr~ ~l r,~u~ ~ ~,mo ~-1~" BurBle [ Miss Patricia A. Brown, Kearn- D~m|~ t~ ~|al~ti~ ~,ll |ffil~ m~l~ Kelly of New Jersey; Mrs. David is to be known as the Berkeley I The deceased was ,born in Hail- t '~"~'*'""~ *'J ""~ e vi.lle "" Gi e Md.; Mrs Cecelia A Feaster, ~[ ys ; ~r. mer~ u, ~ao~l y, /[Vl]llill~[ll II, VUlIIJ iU;M~IDI~,~,)IIIMii (Alfreda) Gifford, of Philadel- Plaza .and ~ loca.ted ~n the Bark-I~~i~ Knoxville', Md ; Mrs. Bessie E,[ RiBBOn; Mrs. Ethel K. Burro~vs, Funeral services were held on ,~ : : pnia, Pr.; Mrs. James Serf of ~eY~qla~aN~nopPmg ~enzer, lwes./ Davis, Rte. 1, Charles Town; Mr. ] Rte. 1, ttarpers Ferry; Mrs. Juice Wednesday morning at 11 o clock I ~~ Philadelphia; and Linda at the rth The initial pres. I ~ ~ , George J. Timbers, KearneysviRe;/Ann Kincald, Fayettsville, W. - I ~~~:. - -" home; two sons Avis Southard, entation is to be the new Paul] ~ ~$b ~gfJ~ trom me utmries Town yres~y-I ~ll~:~~~/ -- Newman Joanne Woodward film I ~ I'~ Mrs. Edith E. Nicewarner, Mill-IVa.; Mrs. Patricia W. Dillow, Rte. ~ or, an(1 waiter, a~ me home; ~7 - terlan Church,~ for 3olin F. Am- . . . ville; Mr. Granville B. Dinkle, i2, Charles Town; Mrs. Wanda L. brose 69, nrominent Jefferson I ~ grandchildren--five sisters--Mrs. Winning. The grand openmg I ~ ~. A 11~N0|~UT 111 Harpers Ferry; Mr. R~bert W. t Mill~ R~te. 1, Shenandoah Junct- ~ ~ h,=~'r;~m~n ~n~ Frnit[ Howard (Blanche) Creamer of weekend will be highlighted by[ ~ ~ m lu~lwll| ~U ~~ Whitmore, Rte. 1, Charles Town;lion; Mrs. Frances E. Smallwood : :~ [ ~ii: Bardane; Mrs. Placide (Vera)gifts of Hawaiian orchidsfor the] ~ ~,~ ~/[VA~w~,A~ Miss Alice J. Ryman, Millville;Iof Harpers Ferry, g::~e~:fw'hP:l~i:~'un~a; eCh:r"I /~-!~ R?dr~qo~Z a~dS~ste~tLel~aa So~itrhs. ~e~Sema:: key Chains for the I lli~ ~ i i ~l. ingNursin~at Homethe inShawneewinchester,SpringSva [ -/~~ Edward' (Irene) Y Williams' "; of" The deluxe" Berkeley Plaza is[ ~" BY CHARLES J. W. SMI~ U |ATlk IIIh ~ The R~v William H Ramkey:l[ ~~--~~~ Chico, California; and Mrs. Ed-owned by Virginia Theatre Enter-]} Jr officiated, and burial" was ward (Nelhe)" Corbett of Baltz'- pr~ses," Inc whmh" also owns and "Safety First" is common sense. But, the slogan is ig~l 1-1 15 I~l~ il Jl'~ I~l I A made in Ed=e~ Hill Cemetery inl ~~ more, Md.; and three .br thers'-operates the SKY-Vue Drive-I.n in lttmes. Dictates. . of good judgement are disregarded. Surel~ Charles Town. The body was re-I ~~ James of Orlando, Fla and Dud- ~.artinsburg and the Plaza and I would be less fires, accidents and ~,rief. ff the thought ol I ~l 1 1J il~ 1 1 ~ I ~ ~ moved from the Melvin T. Strider I ~;~~l ley and Allen, nora 0~: ~.~unzla- Winchester D~ive~In theatres in I motivated 1 ~t~ Jr[it ~.1~- ~ t~h|.n,~ =,:.~ A#' 4'--~ ][~.~ e~ Colonzal Funeral Home Monday~~~ elphza, Pa. Winchester, Va. The new theatre ma~ ' - - ' -- has a seati"- ca-aci,~-- of 659 "liv ~ s]mpm, easy, sme~, precauuon we can see neeae~ in . ' ~ J l L " CITG! ! ~mt~u~ne~mu~Yilr~s~en~er ~eree'r~. I ~~'~ FOREST ROCKENBAUGtl in~[. room ~n~f;~t" ~ats. I ~asS;ladr:~, ff~OUeg~rt b~ebO:t:u~i:i~ b~orb:lieve this easy.to-~ vices when it was taken to the] ~/~ %.~,Forest Aldridge Rockenbaugh, I Y ' P " Presbyterian Church of which 53, died Thursday morning June ' er ~" ~--~" as ~ -~mber [ ~::~ 12 at Baker ~et~rans Admin H~|~Awfl P~~r~ ] Firemen, policemen, ambulance crews, cab drivers or oth rY(ur H0nl-e 0r B-Isine! ~'The~mU'v~ Wdeceased was~'~'~born.~ ~ats^'" Med-^f }1 -- ~ : --- illnessiStratmn' " Hospital'" =after a long" ,m.zv p~ All II I~. laU~' ~vu.v [IWhwdl" agree~ 1"this easy.to-do"~ "" *"thing1"" .~,~a ,is a sound,e"'sensible""vl" mact.~.Alle$~ i ~'o ~a~e~omer~ran l~l~h and"'Be~-[ ~ I A retired mechinist from the ~|Ve$ mp|olees [wonl appreciate your help in making it easier for the~ sic Conrad Ambrose I .- . . . Ranson Machine Works, he was . ~ ~ . . ,~ [ you ff ann when you may need help - quickly. Burn Maintenance-- Budget Accounts in~ A~rOS~ugaSs:ec~YrcProm~ [~i~YhYeaerSr:em[% a~g~e~ras~oen~ ~:e$:rn ~ofcA:2~/dg o~d~s~ O rer ~ent ray Ka,se [ T~,IS "help" is in having your house number in an e a~ ~ co,-t, Imvin,owned and on- [County and West Virginia, hav- burg ~rill~,~ p r,~ ~ a^ spot. Have you looked at It lately, yourself? Can it be ele~ mg been a breeder of thorough bs crated the Ambrose Machine [ " Mr. Rockenbaugh was a WorldGeneral Manager of Hall, town instantly seen, day or NIGHT? Is it covered with an .o. , Sho~ and also the Rambler ]bred nurses and at one ume nay- War II veteran and a member Paverboard Co/nnanv of Hall or point? If repair, relocation or replacement is neede~ .~ ",Agency in Raison for a number,mg se rv ed, as a memb~ of .the of the Issac Walton Lea gt~e and town, W. Va has announced a not be a good idea to take care of it - today - and play ' safe of years. He was also w~ll-known [West Vlrgmm nacmg ~ommiss- line ~auonal Rifle Associauon. 6% general wage increase to all . among horticC~ilturists of nthde/ion Surviving besides his mother employees of that firm. SMITH & STRIDER MEMORIAL FUNERAL H0~ :y and see "on, h ing~ ~ Surviving are his widow, the are his wife, Anna Staley Rocken ~ In announcing the recent act. CHARLES TO VIRG operated the Ambrose or?.[farmer Miss Nancy Campbell, at baugh, two sons, Donald E. of~ of =he l~ard e4:Directors, Mr. .; ~1~o,~ for many years; and fo~ lthe "home" one da~ai~ter Miss Arlington, Va.; and Gary L. ~t [~ain stated, t~'qitt~:~crease was ' ~ ' . home; and one daughter Ellen ~ - Jane Moore Ambrose of RoanoKe, o L. R ckenbaugh, at home. Va.; three szsters-Mrs. Lena Funeral services were held at Knight of Charles Town; Mrs. R. the Eackles Funeral Chapel on W. Hollis, of Martinshurg; and Saturday at 2 p. m. with the Rev. Mrs. S. G. Francis, Richmond, Va. Ronald Kitterman officiating. i Burial was made in Faixview MRS. R. HILLIARD, SR. Cemetery in Bolivar. Funeral services were held on Monday, June 16, at 2 p. m. from LESLIE ~ HOLLIS the Melvin T. Strider ColonialI Funeral services were held on Funeral Home in RiBBOn, for Sunday at 2 p. m. from the Eack- Mrs. Alma Ruth Hilliard, 44, wife les Funeral Home in Harpers of Randolph Hilliard, Sr of 116 Ferry for Leslie Odom Hollis, S. Lawrence St Charles Town, 58, of Glen Burnie, Md formerly who died Friday, June 13, in the a resident of Harpers Ferry, who Charles Town General Hospital died Friday, June 13, in Charles The Rev. Allen Bartlett, rector Town General Hospital, after a - ~, m~H~H ~,m t of Zion Episcopal Church of NOTICE TO CREDITORS " which the deceased was a mem- ber officiated. Burial was made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Char-I To the Creditors and Benefict- les Town. The deceased was born in Jeff- aries of the Estate of STANLEY This summer, enjoy the relaxing luxury of a swimmingpool right in your own backyard. erson County, March 24, 1925, a BOYD. no crowds, no traffic to get there. Now's the time to select the pool for your family daughter of George W. and Ruth All persons having claims a- h~ee ~m~do~ selection of.siz~ond,~i~for evcryone. Hostler Wilt of Ranson. gainst the Estate of STANLEY Surviving in addition to her BOYD, deceased, whether due husband and parents are a son, or not, are notified to exhibit Randolph, at the home; three same, with the voucher thereof daughters--Mrs. CarolynAn.- legally verified, to the under- drews, Diane Hilliard and Janet signed at his office at 104 W. Hilliard, all at the home; three Congress St Charles Town, West FIVE-FOOT POLY POOL Generous 14(~gallon capacity - but folds away for easy Sto~age. Made of tough, seamless linear polyethylene. A durable backyard investment, Reg, 4.9~t 6' X 15' SPLASHER poOL 260~jallon.plus capacity, a big buy at real savings. Heaw