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OF JEFFERSON &Y, JULY 9, 1959 FARMERS ADVOCA f'E Marv, n K~mca and family enjoyed 3--A ,a pienlc dinner a,t the Ki,mes home in Chazles Town o,.'1 the 4th aths and Funerals !PHOEBE A. HOUGH held at ~%~. James Ca- bhis morning (Thur a. m. for Mrs. Phoebe 87, widow of the la.te Hough of Jefferson died Monday morn- o'clock at Moore Rest Charles Town, following of about thlee month,s. had been in the Home for the past PwtJher John C. Ry- for the rites and bur- Edge Hill Cemetery. was said Wed.nesday the Funeral Home. of the deceased They were Ray- Charles, Ho.ward, Mar Hough. was born i,n Jeff- Feb. 17, 1872. a dau }ate Mr. and Mrs. Jos She was a member o.f Church, Char are three dauShCers- Ti,tus of Ha,milton, Vs. SmaHwood of Ranson Howell of Downs eight sons-George W. Town; Charles Md.; James of Char of Ranson; Lloyd three boys and one at the C,harles Town during the per- 7, w,~%(h two o,f them July 4. was born, July Mrs. James W~'lliam Md.; and on 4, a son, Jc~hn Er- to Mr. and Mrs. of l~anson; ,and a Kay, born to Mr. Carey Jr. of Ran J uly 7, ,a son Irvin b r n to Mr. and Mrs. Summerville of admitted to the David Hoff,master, IAnon, La~w re,n %nd Kenneth Pidler, McDon~ald., Wil- Beverly Kidwell, Leo l~aby Carl'is4e, Char- of JUly. Mr. and Mrs. William Po,tts and daughters of Bolivar were visiltors ~Monday evening with ~VIr. and Alton Muse and son. Mr. and Mrs. William Tra:il and sons of Bolivar vi'sited at t,he homes of ,Mr. and Mrs. Nat'haniel of Harpers Ferry; Harry of Beth Grey a.nd Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pea- esda, Md.; Theodore of Balt,imore chef and sons Sunday evening. ~nd David of Clarke County, Va. Miss Jennifer Grey is spending One sister, Mrs. Chantey Hill of several days ~his week wL~h Miss Washington, D. C.; and three bro Molly DeLauter in Bolivar. rhers-Lee Howell of Downsvirle ,Mr. and Mrs. David PenweH Md.; Ulysses Howell of Myerstown ,and sons David and TmTy were and Joseph of A~exandria, Va.; in Was~hi.ngton, D. C. on Tuesday , Peggy L. Thompson, Hall, at.1 of Bridgeton, G. Mutter, Lena &thens, W. Vu. az~d a large number of grandchild ren also survive. WILLIAM W. KANODE William Westenhaver Kanode, 56, died suddenly Saturday night at his lhome at 509 Wes!t King St. in Martinsburg. He was born at Rippon in Jeff- erson Cotmty, son of John C. and Minnie Dineman Kanode. He was a member of St. John's Episco- pal Church at Rippon. He had re- sided in Martinsburg for 'the past 30 years. Surviving are: a sister, ,Mrs. Philip Hollis, Fort Mitchell, Ky.; one brother, John O. Kanode of Winchester, Va.; two nieces and o~ne nephew. Services were held Wednesday morning at 10:30 from I~semon:t Kogelseha,tz and Coffman Funeral Home with ~he Reverend George ~here t~hey spent t~he afternoon a,t the Zoo. Mr. Norman Cleve~ger and dau ~h, ter Karen of Dorav~lle, Ga. vis- i%ed their uncle and aunlt Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clevenger on Sunday. Hospital Notes ' ) Mrs. Alee Costello was admitted ~oo the Charles Tow:a General Hos pital on Monday where she wilt be a patien:t several days for ob- servation and treat,ment. Mrs. N~a'thaniel Grey, Mfrs. Cos- tello's grandmother en'tered the same hospital on Tuesday under- going an appendectomy, the same day. At tl2js writhing ,she is recov ering satisfactorily. I 1A LeMo~ne, rector of Trinity Epis The quotations of The Blue eopal ChurcLh, officiating. Inter- Ridge Livestock Sales at Charles ment was in Edge Hill Cemetery Town Monday, July 6, 1959. in Charles Town. Receipts of ,cows and hogs .mod- erate wi~h a good demand for all herds;town Presbyterian Ohurch 'by veal, hogs and cows. I:IQI. P. Moller, Inc., of Hagersown. Feature of sale was choice dry This new instrument replaces a fed heifers top $28.30; choice veal former Moiler organ tha% served $35.25; hogs top $16.50. the church for more than fifty Choice butcher steers near; years wi,th Miss Ju:l,ia Reinhar;t as good butcher steers 26.00 to 27.00; the organist Vhrough the years, plain to medium steers 23.00 o The new instrument is a two 25.00; choice butcher heifers 27.50 manuel organ containing a total to 28.30; good butcher heiferse 25.00 to 27.00; plain ~o medium of 817 pipes and notes ranging m size from t~e large 16' pipes down ,to very small pipes no larger t~han a small pencil. The organ con~mi,tJtee for he new organ was composed of Dr. O. S. Ikenberry, 0hairman; Mrs. A. D. Kenamond; Miss Julia Re!n ha~t; Ernest Stutzman, treasurer; Oharles Unseld, campaign chair- man; Boyd Widmyer, He~%ez% Wil deboor. Irving G. Rudolph. By Dorothy Bowers ,Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mills were visitors Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hold er in Knoxville, Md. Mrs. Nat~haniel Grey, Jr., child- ren Suzanne, Je,nnffer and Irving Betty L. Bennet~t,'aH grandd,au~l~ter Donna Grey and Paul S. H,ilde- . ~Mrs. Elmer Wrigh~ visited Mr. and rick, Md.; Ellen ,Cole, ~,Mrs. Lloyd Elsea near Sam,pies Ja~mes R. Tucker Ferry; Margueri,te Town, N. H.; /E~ber- Millv:Llte; Ell,mer C. Md.; Delano Hat Town Friday evening. :Sunday, ick, Md.; William S. iMrs. Muse and son and Mrs. Da .... Md.; A'llep,. wid.'Penwell and family were visi- ts~lll~; David, K. tors wi,t,h Mr. and Mrs. Domm~in- Md.; Donald A. eck C(~bta and family near Char- Md.; Doris les Town. Misses ~haron Clevenger and Charlobte Pope returned to their ,homes On Tuesday a~ter spending ~t~he past week at Massanet~ta, e~t- Pa~tients a d.mi~tted to were: Mrs. Naomi Maude M. Mer- T. Portez~field, rasper Barton, Kear- ~ending Pioneer C~mp. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Obt and fa~ ily w~h,o have been visiting re,la}ti- ves here and in Harbford, Cc,nn.- le~t on Monday morning for ,their ~s. Nell,ie M. Dauffher- ~home in Ch~tA~anoo~a, Tenn. Md.; Mrs. Effie M. Miss Oheryl &lover of Palls a; Master Kennet'h I Church, Va. w, as a visi~tor S~tur- ason; Mrs. Jessie M. ~ d~ay morning wi, th Miss Suzanne , ' "^'" I G'~I~'s. Elmer Wri~h~, Mr. Samuel tients admi'bted ,to were: Mrs. Sh'ir:ley~ Strickler and Mi~ Dorothy Bow- Robinson, Ran | ers shopped in Wi,.n~he~ter, Va. on Margueri;te N. Rist, I Friday. ,Mr. and Mrs. Wr,ig~h~ and N. H.; Mrs. El.,la L. Mr. Sltrickler spe~t Sunday wbt, h Bert*ha M. Manuel, 'Mr .and Mrs. Bt:II Strickler and ;n,well, Harpers Ferry dauffhters, near Berryville, Va. HayhurSt. Lit~t,le t 'Mr. and Mrs. Alec Cos~e}lo, Mr. Mr. W~H,iam H. and Mrs. El,wood Bowers and son Bruce enjoyed a picnic dinner t~n ~t~he 4th of July a% t~he home of ,t~heir parents Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Cleven,ger. L~ter in the evendng, Mr. and Mrs. Cos%e}lo and Mrs. Cleven,ger ~isi,ted Mr. a~nd ff~Irs. Edward Costello in Loudoun Hei- Sh~s, Va. Mr. and Mrs. ~a~thanjel Grey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grey and daughter Donna and Cl,if~ton Pea- oh mo'tored to Romney on Sun- d~y, where t~hey via,ted R~mon Grey a~t Peterkin Conference Ce,n- ter. Enrou,te home t'hey visited Mrs. Vergie Rum,barger in Win- chester, Va. Li,t,t,le Miss Donna Grey remained wi~h her grandmo- t'her for a weeks visi,t. A/lc and Mrs. Paul D. Mills Jr. of Olen Bernie, Md. were supper gues%s" Monday of ~he formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul l~ills and sons. V,a~Iey Howard Corp. is ~losed down tJhis week v~hile Vhe e.n~ploy- W. M~y, Mr. Wil Mrs. Mary C. s. BePtha M. Simons, M. P~nal~li, Mr. ~nson, ,M~il:lville; Mrs. Hallown; Miss Bal%imore. New SUnday At Church Presbyter- h(~ld,ing a Service of ,a:~d Dedica~tlon for ler Organ on Sun- 12, a% 7 o'clock. is ex, tended by to the ,people of to at~tend the pro- k,no~vn guest or- ~hi}te, has been ,pro M. P. Moiler Com- an organ con,cert. a dis%inguis~ed re- as a professional and as an educa- has been design buiR for the S~ep- ees are enjoying 0heir ann~at va- c~t/on. Mrs. Josep~h l~an~]i and faxnily and Mrs. N~haniel Grey Jr. and f,~mlly visited Mr. and ,Mrs. Mar- tin Grimes and children near charles Tow~ Monday evening. . Mr. and Mrs. Lee Friend and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Pen- well and f,amily and Mr. and Mrs. You .can R[[AX whon your hou o paintod PAINTS 73 heifers 20.00 ,to 24.50; good bulls 23.00 to 25.10; plain ,to medium bulls 18.00 to 22.50; oommerciat cows 20.00 to 20.90; utility cows 18.00 to 20.00; canners and crit- ters 17.75 down; cows by the head iup to 200.00; stocker and feeder steers 23.00 to 30.00; stock heifers and bulls by ~,e head up ,to 176.00 Choice to prime calves 33.00 to 35,25; good butcher calves 30.00 to 33.00; medium,bt~tcher calves 25.- 00 to 29.00; thin calves 24.00 down heavy calves 23.00 to 33.00; Blue head grade lambs 25.20 red head grade }arabs 22.50; red shoulder grade lam'bs 19.00; but- cher ewes 3.00 to 6.00; stock ewes )er head up to 12.00; Good butcher hogs 16.00 to 16.- i0; medium but, c~er hogs 15.00 to 16.00; heavy butcher hogs 14.50 to 16.00; butcher sows 9.00 .to 13.00 heavy feeders and ligh't ,bu~tcher hogs 15.00 ~t,9 17.00; shoats per hundred 19.75 do~n; pigs per head 11.50 down; heavy boars "/.25 to 8.00; stags nc,ue; sows and pigs none; stock boars up to 13.25. 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