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0]7 3EVFER. ON JUNE 25, 1959 GOING ON IN . . . RANSON ADVOCATE l-hr ,or -, rc'rr3, n Roy Breeden Lrold Webb and fam- Md. s~pent ,the at the home of ,Mr. and family. Webb has been on t~he past week. We feeling better at Mrs. Robert Gray and Martinsburg spent Mr. and Mrs. Lawren Stanley Hinton vis Hinton of Summit evening. LeRoy Stocks Jr. Beamer of Wash visited recently with and Mr. and Mrs. of sixbh avenue. Harpers of Moore- ~he weekend Mrs. Lawrence Gray. Stanley Hinton with Mr. and of Shepherds- and sons Phil were Saturday With Mrs. Breedens and Mrs. J. Edgar Leake and dau- motored to C:harlottes Vhe weekend with s. Herbert Fellers Evelyn Bell and Y visited Mrs. Fell and her sister Mrs. and Miss Mary B. ington Va. p, ~hele of Pc. and Mr. G. Baty spent the wi,th Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Khele left on her daughter Mrs. D. C. visitors with Mr. ~f l~anson were Mr. ey Alger, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Rosalie Ni- Ia~nily of Lovettsville, Alex Lanham Jr. td Mr. and Mrs. Alan daughter spent Sun Telephone 256-JX oA Mrs. Eva Bready of Harpers Ferry and a cousin, Mrs. Mary Doyle of Hyattsville. Md. The body rested at Dailey I~m- eral Home in Hazpet's Ferry from where services were conducted Thursday at 3:00 p. m. with the Rev. Temple Wi]eele/' of the Child tea's Haven oificiating. Interment will be in tile Harpers Ferry Cem- etery. Mrs. Marsh and Mr. and Mrs. Brown o[ Calif. arrived Wednes- Park having a Mrs. Phyllis Farmer and Mrs. day morning coming to Washing- Myra Braithwaite were Friday ton by plane. They are staying at night visitors of Mrs. Lelia Nay- the Hill Top House. lor. Mrs. Myra Braith,waite a;ad two MISS EDNA JACKSON OTT children spen,t Sunday wi.t,h her Fu,nex'al services for Miss Edna parents Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Small Jackson Ott, life long resident of wood. Hall Lown, who died Tuesday at 10 Mrs. Rebecca Mauck is a pc- a. m. at the home of a sister, Mrs. tient in the Winchester Memor- Louis Becket'. near Harpers Ferry ial Hos:pital undergoing x-rays will be held Saturday afternoon at and several tests. We all are hop- 2:30 in the Melvin T. Strider Col ing she will be home soon. onial Funeral Home in Ransom Mrs. Willa Frye and daughter The Rev. Carlyle McDonald, pc,s- Judy, Mrs. Charles Welsh and son tot of the Charles Town Presby- and,Dottle Davis all of Rochester, terian Church, will offLciate. Bur- N. Y. are spendi,ng this week at ial will be i,n Edge Hill Cemetery. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles The deceased was born in Hall- Mauck. town, April 21, 1891, a daughter Mrs. Phyllis Wincher of~Loton- of the late John William and in, Ky visited a few days with her Mary J. Rockenbaugh of Hall- mot'her Mrs. Lelia Naylor 'the past .town. She was a member of the week and also attended t'he fun- Presbyterian Church in Halltown. oral of her brother-in-law Mr. The deceased had been ill for Fred McCauley. Mrs. W~ncher re- four weeks at her sister's home. turned to her home on Sunday Besides her sister, she is sur- the 20th. rived by a brother, Bernard of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Naylor of Halltown. Hagerstown, Mfl. spent Sunday Bearers were: LesSer Meier, with his mother Mrs. Lelia Naylor Sam Henkle, F'orrest Buckles, Mr. and Mrs. D~,neen Wels,h James Myers, Albert Trussell and were the host and hostess of a de Edwin Clevenger. lightful picnic supper on the Po- tomac River near Bakerton honor ROBERT G. IIENSON ing Fathers Day for Mr. Martin Robert G. Henson, 59, a resident Welsh and Mr. Arthur Webb. of the Duffields section o,f Jeffer- Tho~se helping ,with ehe fun 'were son Coun,ty and a farmer in that Mr. and Mrs. Martin Welsh, Mr. area for the past 3'5 years, died and Mrs. Harold Welch and dau- about 12:30 t:his ~norni,:lg (Thurs- ghter, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Welsh day) at his ,home. Although he a,nd Mr. Art;hut Webb, Elizabet,h had been in i,mpaired health for and David Webb, Mr, and Mrs. the past 20 years, there were no Donald Webb and sons Mr. and indications when he retired Wed- Mrs. Harold Webb and son. Every nesday nigh,t tha .'his health wag one had a lovely day. any worse than it had been. He Birthday Party was found dead in bed by his wife. A birthday party was given for Born in Bunker Hill, Nov. 2, little Cathy Leake in honor of her 1899, he was a son of Edward R. t,hird birthday at her home over a,ud Ado Frances Laise Henson. the Ranson Grocery by her me- He was a member of the Bunker ther Mrs. Kenneth Leake. Those Hill Presbyterian Church. hel,ping her celebrate were her Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mar grand,parents Mr. and Mrs. Her- gores Unger Henson at the home; two sisters-Mrs. Re,bert Lamon bert Fellers and Mrs. Samuel land .Mrs. William Dean of Bunker Locke along wit,h Mrs. Jane Mer- cer and daughter Kaye, S'hirley l Hill; two nephews and two nie- Dartington and daughter Karen, cos. day. Cindy Spurling, Jerry Darlington, Friends and relatives will be re- has been on out' Gregory Fellers and Mr. and Mrs. ceived at the Mellvin T. Strider Past fe wdays. Kenneth Leake. Re:freshments Colonial Funeral Home i,u Ranson ])arty was given on were served cc~nsisting of cake, until Sk,turday from where servi- ~rnoon in honor of ice cream, pop and potato chips cos will be held at 10:30 a. m. The Rev. Randalll Parsons o,I t:he New flay of Philip Breed and everyone had a very enjoyable Street Met'hodlst Church. Shep- mother Mrs. Roy evening. ;heir home. Those Stork Shower to celebrate were Mickey and Stevie Lanham, Eph- and Wayne Breeden. Pl,ayed and then re- served consist~ crate chips, cheese, ice cream and a which was baked by Mrs. Margaret received several nice A stork shower was held a,t Vhe Citizens Fire Hall Saturday night, June 20th in honor o,f Mrs. Dar- la Jean Pittinger given by Mrs. Ruth Nichols and Mrs. Rosebud Carper. There were thirty five guests present. Refres~hmen.ts were served co,nsisting of punch, sheet cake, potato chips, nuts and mints.. ,Mrs. Pittinger received many nice gifts. Everyone lefts wishing her tJhe best of luck, hs and Funerals P] S. MILLARD were held Wed a~t 2 p. m. from Home in H.ar Preston Stoddard Couney Court grocer who home ~t Camp illness .of sever,a1 W~as made in Edge in Charle~ Town. of the Jeffer- a forraer cotWt a former member of ,the Board o~ Ed Coun,ty. ~he had operated before re- Md., 4, 1874 a son Henry and from Bakerton was a member man's body was found by State Conservation Officer Earl Kidwell who was pwtrolling in the area. Dr. Mildred Williams was called and ru,led death was by a self in- ~fl~ic~ed shot gun wound, the sho g.un bei,ug found beside the dead man. Dr. Wil'~iarns said she believ- ed dea,th ovcurred sometime Satur day nigh, t. A na~tive of Deerfield, Md., he was a son of the la,te .Maurice and Daisy Kipe Willard and had ,been emLployed by t,he S ta.te Road Comm4ssion. He also had owned and operated a tavern near Boli- var. Survivors include his wife, four clhildren-Nancy L., WiHard and Clyde Wll]ard, both at home; Mrs. William Hi,uton, of near Midd~le- way and Oharles W. Willard, Uni- ,ted Sta,te Navy; a half brother, Wilmer Wi,?lard of Hagerstown, Md. and a haft sister, Mrs. Bessie herdstown will officiate and burial will be made in the family plot at Bunker Hill. Iran says she will keep ties .to the West. East Germans hint rejection o[ Western plan. DeGaulle in Paris a~f:ter su.ccess- ful French tour. rm Lost Without The Spirit- Advocate Plei Enter My Stock up Now with Vor Ihat Real, Old.Time Ham Flavor You Just Can't B at Get Acme Low Prices and hankless {ht; lb C Butt Cut; lb Lancaster Brand, Tender, Lean Beef lb Ib lb C Oven-Ready Beltsville lb /In Sizes Ib8 Ib Lancaster Brand All Varieties pkg NATURAL SLICED Smaller quantities priced slightly higher, LEAN, SLICED Ideal, with Tomato Sauce 31-oz cans C GLENDALE CLUB or Chef's Delight Ib box C Punchinello, Hawaiian or Golden Punch and Round the Clock Enriched New Low Price 46-oz cans tall cans C Plus Tax C q/~on'l[ ~ ~ paodn.~.- YOU NEVEB UAID IT $0 FRESII! large heads Luscious, Ripe Southern Beauties Ibs Church i,n Crost of J,asonviHe, Ind. , ipti = n.o ---- , Subscr on ,his wife Mt s. MRS. BESSIE FRIES Mil.lard a~t 'home; Funeral services were ;held th~s iss Finances L. Mil- ~f~ternoon (Thursday) ,a, 2:30 Now u.; Preston S. Mil from ,~he Melvin T. Strider C(~lon- md~la, Va.; three ,al Fkmeral Home for Mrs. Bessie and ,two sis~ers- Elizabeth Fries 83, 'widow of t.he :ines and Mrs. J. latte George C] Fries, who @ied Mail this Coupon with I I II GINIA I.I :E BAKI':II , PE#IAL, ore, Md. IMdnday mornin,g a,t 5 at t)he home Ideal Frozen 6-oz ........ ~II~--~-~,vrT1NGTON ! ofTharpe~her ond'au~h*ter'center ,street,'Mrs' CharlesDessle Remittance to ' Calif cans I .... ' * Ideal Fancy Jl~ 1,-ozc I La. Crunch Ring Cakes 35 : l'n,g,ton, 80, $or- Town. The Rev. Ri0hard T. S choll lnty residen died officiated and t;he Rev. Robert Hil- Jefferson tea, or Chopped 16 pkga ~D'7 | Lg in St. Joseph's let will come from W esbminster Ore, Md. after aCemetery~ assist. Burial waSin Oharles in EdgeTown. Hill Pubfishing C0., Inc. ,~,a Seabrook I~ 9.-oz ~l~c |J =0" Supreme Seed Rye Bread llvs3$c F,rm, I- c residir~g in Ba,lt - Bearers ,were: Hoffmes iSilpe, HO North George Street I 35 Buttermilk Biscuits o, 29= Taylor W,hitting ,mer Clem, Ma, hin Gla ze, Ray- Orince=a -- ~Seven years. ,moud Turner, G. L. Brown and bITE Pr'nceae 21b ~C ] pk of 8 Enriched S m m g I xersc~u coun, y he ,Stix)ther S~Ackles. Charles. Town, W. Va. ---- _ __ , Bar B Q or Frank Roils ,,,ced 22 ;Oh 231879 a son ,Mr. Fries died March 20, 1941. ,de...o.-. "ba'S9cl Sli1~E ON BREAID aad Mrs" Taylr The deceased was brn Dec: 18' "--; ; m7 " , =- .. .i ,.. -- -- Pack, 16 Free g 1875 a dau~kter off t~he l~te J,~mes of his llfe farm- R. and Belinda Halver ~harpe. i 'EE SAt .IN( S ] ' IS;he was a mem~ber of the Charles[ t duugb.ter Mrs. ,Tow,n Methodist Ohur~h. I Fl~c Supreme ~ AC Home Style ~ 1 C ~ore; four sons[ ,Surwlvlng are two d~,ug, h,ters- ~ ~ : : i Farmdale h~ton, D. C.' ]~Mrs De~e Tharpe, wi,t~h whom o r. : . : Ibloaf Ibloaf V 1H Ibloaf Wln Cre,, c ,,co :,.Ic Idea, == c / E, I- ' dr- ,dl ,Vain, Bal,timore: [she made hel: home: and Mrs. Ma ! ,b , m Ib can | ..... v --"--"--" Lawrence, ibel D ch,tler ,a t the 'home four : : : tldren. ]sons:Roy C., Geor,ge V., Charles I ~ :" :" '" /-- iI--AA.Ib $1 QA [' " B|r' n o A.derson's Michigan ~ F'~j[~j ~ Amerlca= ,%'=) C X~ld Tuesday a~ ]R. al,l off Bal,bimore, Md.; and WH > ~ : : and S't~ider Fun I I,lam E. of Sails*bury, ,Md. Te,n I ,~ ~ : : ! i ~ / ~"*~ Finest ' Ib ) ; wi+t~h the Rev [grandvl ildren, six grea.t grand- I JV' ~ A l" JLVU-, a,"- / I'RI' Sealtest '/z-gal 41o el:l of Charles ] ohilldren and a si~ter, Mrs. Mature 2, t~ : : " C~ureh offi1at- ~Trou~tman of Merrick, L. I,, N.Y. :~- ~ : : : : ! i El,mwood Cem-I~lsosurvlve. : == : : : : / ,fi H ILK c,. ' Ib c .... " / I i]J I b /LVl AK IM ~ Louella ms'~ant ~ qt p~g d ~t j _------ [ KI.NG,,FORD ( HARCOAL 10;..69 Mlrr m . ".. "l,,c : : : : DE WILLARD | Miss Dorothy B. Bready, daugh ! ~ ~ : : : " Buy a Book~. Get the 22 Vols.,of Illustrated i ;Were helld Wed [ter of the late George R. ana o o : : " : | d ! 1 Sunnydell J[ a, ' I m ' ~ II ~ Holiday Special tI~ galctn 2:30from e[ Vlary$'urtney Bready of Harpers "~'~ " : : H )ME LIBRAII,Y ,ENCYCLOPEDIB j I t.=- =ms m " woloniwl Funer- iFerry died 1,n Washington, D.C. : v ~" " " " " Vol No 1 I C Vet 2 to 12 now on ---'--" "- Jam Clyde Will- Ion Sunday,. June 21, after a brief ~ *, ~ i : : : . . I~ [[~ , / / ~q ~ a t a he lowest prices in years The : W~O was found |illness Sfie was born in Harpers '~ A '~ ! i ! [ only sale at 99 V0I. " Y ts Parked c~,r on IFerry, October 13, 1893 and spent illd~ [ ~-- |-: ~'"=-- Ik are excellent food volue and con beused a~ear Mldd'leway [the greater part off her life there" Ii ~ ~ ~ [ ~ :: :: ,ricese~e~uvetaruSat..,tme='~.,,a,~u~mUt, ngat~rese~ea. I I~Unday. Burial ]~he attended Stuart Hall College, / i lld ~ ~l I~ liberally now. Utheran Cem-|Staunton, Va. Per t!he past 15 i =~ ! ~ : : /~~~~~[1~ ~~~ !~1 ~! ~~~~tg I [years she had ben em,ployed by I ~ ~ " ~ : : ~n 'Chapman, ]the Publiq Utility Pu~)lishin'g Corn ~ ,, : : ;wartz, C. G. [pany in Washington. Her only sur ~ ~ .~ ~j ~ : .; and Rob-|vivors are o.ue siseer, Mrs. C.W. ~ .~ ,~ E ~ ~ ~ Yees of The/Marsh and a niece, :Mrs. Ben~on I "= ~ ~ (~ ~ ~ on. [Brown of Los Angeles, Callf; an ~ ~ ~ ~ ~o ~ a~e Trooper |aunt and cousin, Mrs. Claude I I Your Dollar Buys More at Acme. Your Dollar Buys More at Acme Your Dollar Buys More at Acme case wa d ,the / Geary and Miss Bessie Geary of ,,- i I I I I I I i I I h