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Chapter UDC [Michael Pay Trusseil 114 P 28 "" Subscribe To The Spirit sPmrr oF JE i ERSO I' R'S ADVOCATE At Lunc heo it I Gtven Bachelor Degree l Estate Left e I. I. Funkhouser iv on/From Alderson-Broaddus I t~ Methodist Church, Shep-[to four new members of Shep-] Michael Ray Trussell son of[ Court House in Charles Town, Williams. ~wn, for its 33rd annual [ herdstown Chapter--Mrs Marga- |an r w ~ 'w n [ the late Ra mond J Funkhouser, . Dr. d Ms E Y " 0f Hope ~ ft,~ ~a meeting. ]ret K. Patterson, Mrs. Augusta ~ Hunter's Hill was one of 133[ who for years was one of the "-':~,district consists of Mar-iPhillips, Mrs. Alice Strider and [students granted bachelors de-]arch's top industrialists, left an School ':l~g' Hedgesville, Charles ]Miss Sherrie Smith. Mrs. Mau-[urees.from Alderson Broaddus [estate valued at $1,228,000.00 and Students Honored Jt,~n,iS Keyser and Shepherds-[rice Iteiskell was a new member,~-m~,~,o nt ,ho / ~ . [ a to~l of 14 persons will share HAPPY DAYS ~s lI~ - i for the Hedgeswlte Chapter.i meat, Sunday, 7any 8, in cere-/in the estate. ~lL'6I~Ile guest speaker was Attor-[[ A delicious luncheon was[~m nies conducted on the Philinni| Mr. Funkhouser, who at one At Open House OR I)~/ED? I~. tee. Bushong of Charles served, by tthe WSCS. . . . . of the W. Va. campus. "-'-|time owned considerable proper- ~~.~ m~lL-v }hs address centered on|Umted Me hodlst Church. / All members of the lass hay [ties in Jefferson County as well , C e . . . Ili ~"Yesterday and Today, [,taken four-year courses of indivi-| as controlhng interest in a hum- The students at the School of t~/l~ was very inspiring. He [ ,~ ,~4 ~,~ n ~,dualized irzstructions that have|her of industrial enterprises, died Hope, located in Middleway, were n~'i~d the former wars withlUVel' l,tl}l} llDS lt~fl ]included two ten-week terms oft n March 8, 1968. honored at an Open House and .:~1~'~ ones inciuaing the cur-I,study off-campus. [ According to the estate up-fparty given at the school on Wed ~nflict. The speaker was ]Cont~buted To ~,aR~$1|,Those programs have been re-[praisers Paul E. Miller, Jr John nesday evening, May 28. ~-~cea by Mrs. ~eorge ] ,-,~,u,|luted to fields of study or have|S. Alfriend and Jack R. Huyett, Following very informative I ~i~:~ "---~ ~, ~ ~ L,provided opportunities for person[ Mr. Funkhouser had corporate talks by Mrs. Barbara King, tea- invocation was given by| ~e~|[n $ ~.uuu ~| ] al and social development stock valued at $1,145,380, which cher in the school and Mr. C. F. pnl~J~V. Charles Cathcart, pastor I ~ " ",included stocks in the Adams Reininger, one of the school's You'd be stunned too, i[ a burglar stole your bags. Because car ',]~ United Methodist Church. [ " ! ~l/ I~|, --I. U County National Bank of Gettys-~primary benefactor's, gifts were i: ~ Pledge to the American I ~ver *'" 200 h " JOIIP,'~ W, l-I d lt lld$,burg, Pa ; the Armstrong Rubber ' presented by Mrs. King and Mr. insurance won t cover the loss. But i[ you see us your home- ~cl t u ~, as ~een receivea " ~~* he Salute to the Con- ] ~ the T'~**e r, [ Company; Blakeley Bank & Trust Reininger to each of the students ~ Flag were led by Mrs "~. ,~,u,~ ~,~- ~." Company" Chase Manhataan p. . atmn for Mental Health from the Been Accepted B ],Recognition and gifts were also ~'~ o,sal, pres,dent of the ]noq ,in,~r oo,~o Y Bank;; Ford Motor Company;presented to the volunteers who owners tenants policy can. Why risk anything? Call us today ~11~ lie Chapter The rstuall n is - - ~, e, Funkhouser Industrms, Inc ; have so faithfully given of their before,you go. i~,I " nou cecl ua week . ~l~Cl by Mrs Virginia Metz of [ "'r ~" N ~" - - - I~eFK|ee ~[l~lc ~cn00| Great Western Financial; and i time and efforts to promote the .~arle " ~w . ~z ~rnoou, zunu anve . . ~ s Town Chapter Mrs. ~ . irman sat V~ctor Products Corporatmn of school and it s program. ' :*~. Col . " can,u that ne ann mere- he Berklee " ~:~ ston, president of the ]h ~, ,~, .~ T School of Musm, nagerstown, Md. Delicious refreshments were ::~(~,~maght~ePters gave wth: we~[fui for" the exceilen~t"response~o B s~nask~h :~ntthr ~g::a~t Ethue. The records show that at the served by the students and door .~ ~i!~ . po . g ]date This figure is $400 over : time of his death he had a total prizes were awarded the holders d~.~ vincent "rownsena pres-I u:~q, ,~o ,~ ~ ~ ca~ionaz t;enrer for ~ne Stuay or of $44,571 in cash assets and an- of the lucky numbers. A delight. |,~ . t li~i~ 0 tthe Martinsburg Chap-[ ~ r~ or ~ ~, ~*- Mod Am can Muslc, has ac- other $25,9~6 in personal proD- ful evening was enjoyed by all. ?| TH ~ y~ ?,~.a cepted James W. Fleagle, son of ert ' ~. . ] are yet to be sohc~ted and ~t ~s an" M s y. there was no real estate The School of Hope, a school to ~ was furnished by M~SS[hoped that contributions will ~r. a r. ram ~'. r'teagie, ~o~ listed in his name. ]help the mentally handicapped 5MI DENBOU~SCH Kn.ott who was accompa-Itotal the goal of $2,000 when fin- ,~oum . ~em mary St Charms The 14 persons who will share is sponsored by the Jefferson Uae piano by Miss Linda [ i~h,~,~ h~ ~a~,~ town, zor entrance co i~s ~pecia~ ~, ~h,~ ,~,~,~ ~,~. ~ T,~*~, County Association for Retarded .~l~ss Knott rece~.ved herI Regardless of the amount of ~we~ ,~roW:r~m accemratea oSUm: Funkhouser, his son; four daugh- Children. The children receive k ~,~'--~ INC. d .~n murat, ann ~lSS ~xzis [ money realized on the fund cam- e~ui,alen~ of ~""~ ::~*:~;: ters---the late Dolores f. Steeley, both, group and individual phy- ~" MARTIN$BUR~ CHAR1.E'$ TOWH TM ~,e econom~cs zrom ~nep-ipaign, only $420 in dues will be ':--'J-~it i-~--usi-'---'~-"--'~y Jacqueline F. Jones; Avis F. steal therapy. "'Everything lmrared -- But Ye~ erda~" u,ege aune 1. I sent to State and National cre-'U'ea~'z g~'~e "~a~c-~uu'J~cts's~ r[ea tins program on Pritchard and Geraldine F. Lom- Anyone wishing to become a l - ~.~ ~.--- .i ~emorial Service was con-]Associations and the remained . . bard and one granddaughter, member and helping in this by Mrs. Robert. Reaves, [of the money will be used in aune ~. Teresa Lombard; Kitty Linthi. :worthy cause in this community sion presiaent. |mental health services in Jeffer- " ~" cum, Thelma Hardy, Carroll may do so by calling either 535- reports from the chap-lson County. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Jones, William O. Grove, Ethel ~2246 or 725-5491. I lll III I I i~i! , Is it blue? No, no, no, no. Is it green? No, no, no, no. Is, it red? No, no, no, no. It s a sunny yellow bag. The perfect warm color for all Ort's delicious breads: Country Style King, King Square, Ranch, Family and Thin. Next time you go shopping, look for the color of the sun, eggs, butter, and spring wheat and be sure to pick up several loaves of Ort's Bread (in the sunny yellow bag).