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VERNIE E. HEIS L AN PUneral services were held Mort at 2 p m from the Eackles lleral Home" in Harpers Ferry, 'Mrs. Vernie Etta Heishman, of Charles Town, widow of the Charles E. Heishman of Mill- who died Friday, July 8, in Town General Hospital a lengthly illness. The ld R. McClay, Jr., pastor Bolivar Methodist Church, ed. Burial was made in w Cemeter in Bolivar deceased was born in Mar- rg, Nov. 8, 1878, a daughter late Thomas J. and Martha ws Brown: 'iving are two ns. Lesier rs, of Leola, Pa., and Char- eishman of Montgomery, lla. I S. mTH aeral services were held lay at 2 p. m. from Grace opal Church, Middleway, for Reva F. Smith of Middle- Who died Saturday July 9th Town General Hospital a lengthy illness. The William Brook, officiated was made in the Mas- ery in Middleway. deceased was born in Jeff- 1County, May 20, 1899, a dau of the late Thomas ,Jeffer- and Liltie Cole Custer John- Her husband,. Robert W. died in 1947. was a member of Grace Church of Middleway, member of the Women s the church and for years ~ empl.oyed at Phillips hop in Winchester, Va. iRg are a son, David of RFD Kearneysville; two ; Lafayette Smi, th, RFD rsville; and Robert W. Easton, Pa.; three grand- and a brother, Norval 0hrtston, Sr., of Kearneys~ille PERLE REDMOND ser~Jces were held to- (Thursday) at 2:30 p. m. the Melvin T. Strider Colo- gullying are two daiiShter. E e ded, R naon, widow of Ray Mrs. Mattie Littleton and Mrs. Merchant, who died Wednesday, ! Cora Smallwood, both of Ranch, Joe, Wilbur and Merle Redmond, also of Ranson; 15 grandebildrefl and a st,star, Mrs. Harry'Strafl- man of Washington, D. C. JANE MICHELLE THOMPSON in Charles Town General Hospital The Rev. Lee Williams, pastor of the Charle Town Asbury. Metho. dist Church, wiJl officiate and burial willrl, be made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. Fri- ends will be received at the Eack- Graveside services were held leg Funeral Home Chapel, Friday at Pleasant View Memory Gar- night from 7 until 9 p. m. dens, near Martinsburg Wednes- The deceased was bern in Stav.- day afternoon at 2 o'clock for .1 e ley, Vs., 1Way 3, 1908, a daughter two-day old Jane Michelle The'up of the Lgte Hiram Pzeston and son, daughter of Franklin E. and Anne E. Knight Pair/ter. She was Jilia Cross, of 921 Sheridan [a member of the Charles Town Avenue, Martinsburg, who died in Asbury Methodist Church and Charles Town General Hospital had worked for som, years in a Monday. The Rev. Luther Crady packing house. Her husband, Ray officiaed. [ Mercnant,,.._.:,...________..died in 1962. In addition to her parents, the 'Mff-ur w-vjff-g--ar'v'-t:'rs. a,-uara es l nfls dTnan'd infant is survived by two half . .. _ _ '. - sister Nan... James l reeaen ot MarunsDurg Martinsbur,," and ~r~ Ps.lina ~Wo graxl~CilllUYgll; IJLr~t~ ~1 , Jud- -f Kearne, illo " Mrs. Mary Stoneberger, Start y, l Va.; Mrs.. Frances Kline and Mrs. a nnv [Virginia Downey, both of Luray, .................. ; - - ..... ir inia R .......... and two oromers . v g e rtnur amund wooaay ot LUS Pain*er =, arnewville" and Rob- bland, Port Tobacca, Maryland i: ii E '. died on Wednesday, July 6. 1966. i " , , , , . ", Mr. Woody was born in Charles , u __ Town, Jefferson County, Westflar r irginia on February 19, 1892 the -- " older Son of Arch Lee and Estelle Whitmore Wooddy. His youngest, luln,v ,I n mwu$ brother, Stanley Lee, of Akron, [ ......... Ohio survives him. [Wre k Str Dur After his graduation from the[ -- ---- " Charles Tow High School, Mr. ] Lewis Junior Hardy, 41, a nat- Wooddy work,ed for the Citizens ive of garpevs Ferry, but a res- National Bank in Charles Town. talent of RFD 2, Strasbarg, Va., 1918 he began his association was killed 11, in a highway wt h Alexander and Alexander, accident on the Strasburg Road. Insurance Brokers in Baltimore. Services were held this morn- Heremained with this company ing (Thursday) at 11 from the u til his retixement as Senior Melvin T. Strider Colonial Fune- Vice-President and Director in ral Home in Ranson with the March 1957 Rev. J. Lee Williams, pastor of Funeral serives for Mr. Wood- the Charles Town Asbury Metho- NaMF --mm D. Davi (right) was recently app0iiated Adminktrator of the Economic Development ] alsla flom Attending the swearing-in ceremonle were U, S. Sem tor enning mmao ph (center) and of Cmeree aoha T. Oo or. mmdo ph called eap e tot who has l i onn l e in ht.h. v ]high level positions, Approves Sale Of Land At Harpen Fern/ Char e on, West Virginia -- The Public Service Commission of West Virginia approved a pe- tition filed by General Telephone Company of the Southeast to sell a certain parcel of land at Har- pets Ferry, Jefferson County. The property was sold to Mrs. Ida Ridgeway Hoover for Four Hundred Dollars ($400.00). Gen- eral Telephone purchased this property from the Central Tele- phone Company in 1958. The old telephone exchange used in serv- ing Harpers Ferry was located upon the land and, metime ago, the Harpers Ferry telephone change was relocated on a more desirable lot where new dial ser- vic Was installed. Citizenff Asked To Be Careful Of An urgent plea ent out to the people of Jefferson County this week from J. Kenneth Willing- ham, chairman of the Jefferson County Fire Prevention Corn- THURSDAY, JULY 14,1966 A--3 . -- ~ , '' ~ ....... Ui fl $11 I I : i I fl ~ll i I II [ ! I ~ ~ I mittee, asking the citizens of the county to be ektremaly careful of fires during thi estreme drou- ght period. Willingham staCed that every precaution should be taken by the citizenry in the use of matches, cigarettes and also the operation Mrs. Shern _n Hopper has re- turned home after having a week wRh her son.in,law and daughter, Mr, and Charles Rice in Hyattsvllle, Md. ATHLETE'S FOOT of farm machinery. Willingham HOW TO TREAT IT. said as long as this tori, id heat IN HOUR aher al yhl "T.4-L {a wave conditions and the extreme batch of ch~msicai$ fa ~le$1~l), Rchtng bate a must STOP. In 4 days lnt~ct~! ~kln drought Temams una d, ~h 1: [ sloughs off. Then you watch HEALTHY there shot ld be no burning of[ skin appear!simple? Try it. trash outdoo1~ and ,that no fires | Thousands hays. If not D~LIGHTED. , your 4So back at any dr~g OU ter. should be started unless careful [ NOW at all Dru~ Stores. July ?-at guard is given to them. l " - * If a fire does start Wm ham ! said the fire company should be [ called immediately so that profess I tonally ,trained firemen can corn-I bat and contain ,the file before it I gets out of control. I Calls for el! fires should go | through the Emerge ngy Commu-| nications Center in ChaHes Town [ no matter where they occur in| the county and the number is] 725-2121, Chartes Town. ] A simfliar warning atmut fires] was also issued early th S Week[ by offiei s of the Jefferson Cou-| nty Volunteer Firemen s Associat| se - "All I kn0wls it le s Be Wi ise / the .o.a. im LE AN, SMOKE D, FULLY-COOKE D EXCITING! FAST! AND FREE! dy were conducted by the Rever- end WhRney Barnes of Christ Episcopal Church on aStuvday, July 9th at the Huntt Funeral Home. Interment was in the 'Lor- raine Park Cemetery, Baltimore with Mr. Woodd's grandson Peter Heard Walker, Andrew Lee Walk er,', John Overton Creteher Walk- er and King Adkins, Noble Bowie and J. Parran Jarboe, M. D. as active pallbearers. Honorary pall bearers were Mr. Wooddy'.s assoc iates in bttsiness: Richard Alexan der, T. Allan Swarm, Philip C. Ness, Roswell C. Dunn, Latimer S. Stewart, Samuel Shriver, Hiatt astnn, Victor Hurd, F. H. Deck- dist Church, officiating. Burial was made in Chestnut Hill Metho dist Cemetery. SHANK PORTION BUTT PORTION The deceased was born in Har- |'" t7 ,/7 - the late Lewis WilUam and Edna I FULLY- ,,ams , II , Mae Jackson Hardy. He was em-I . 1 I ployed by Northern Virginia[ m Jp I lb. II ! lb. l Power Company of Front Royal, [ w Oe l l I ' wasVa" aSa veterana eonstruetiOnof Worldwrker'war HelH lnmi lb. ~l~ ' S~l~ ~df .... ~ " and a member of Front Royal CUT FROM YOUNG, CORN-FED BEEF[... BONELESS .Post No. 53, American Legiou and the ront Royal Moose. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Lewis Marie Hardy, at the home in F, ront Royal; also seven child- ren - Linda Mac, Patricia Ann, rut's Bow Fee MA#~KEFS Home in Raason, for man, Carl Stissel, John F. Prieh- Robert Lewis, Susan Elaine, Pan- Perle Redmond, 89, of ard, Richard M. Gamber, Edwin la Diane, Harry Alle and who died Tuesday in Mugford, and Woodrow Councill. Marie . at the home; also four .. Town General Hospital. Mr. Wooddy is survived by his sisters. Mrs. Elsie Virginl Mow- mev. Richard E. Neal, pastor wife, Clara Heard Wooddy; three ry, Manhattan, Mrs. Mary Thomas Lutheran Church, children, Arthur O. Wooddy, M. Weller, Marion Wisoonsin; Mrs. ated and burial was made D., and Gertxude W. Mitchell of Ida Josephine MRcheli, Haymark- ge Hill Cemetery in Charles Port Tobacco, Maryland, and at, Vs.; and Mrs. Clara Mae [Elaine W. Walker of Huntington Wright, Leesburg, Va.; and two deceased was born in Mont Long Island, New York, and six brothers - James T. Hardy, Jeff- County, Md., June 11, grandchildren, ersonton, Vs.; and William D. son of the late Joseph and l I Hardy of Washington, D. C. Redmond. wife. rs. [MRS. MATILDA M. 3LERCHANT J .... Y L. Redmond, died in 1948. [ Funeral ervices will be held, tJll, IM[ as employed for many years] t ttn ay morntt g: at 11 from the .... retirement at che C. L. Rob- [ Eackles Funeral Home in Harp. i:: :, : | o,., " Ice & Cold Storage plant/era Ferry, for Mrs. Matilda Mae Man l OW[ [Merchant, 58. of Fairfax Blvd. ! M PROVE D FLY CHECKER attracts and flies in bunches Pile up dead flies fast this summe with the new, improved Purina Fly Checker. This revolutionary fly killer is made with deadly D.D.V.P. and Dipterex and two special attractant& Fly Checkers draw flies, then, kill 'era in bunches! Just set the new Fly Checker on a board or window sill in sunlight, hang it from a string or wire wherever you find flies, or place it in a saucer of water to help increase its potent at- tractiveness and killing power. You'll prove to yourself that Fly Checkers really kill flies like magic! We "]lave a limited supply of Pur[ua Fly Checkers in six-paks at our Check erboard Store. Stop in or call tm for aome today. PHONE 725-2002 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Noah Of Happen Roisnd T. rprtneY; 'of Union Brk[ge, Md., drowned Wednesday afternoon ; shortly after 2 p. m. in the PotomaC ,Ri 'er about three miles N {-th of Har- pers Ferry at a slut riyqr] called Smn un Laud iig !)ock,] located on the Mar#land. side of] the river. ' ..... " [ State Trooper J. E. ] Snyder, who inv ' the] d~,L ~ ~' the, :outboa I motor boat in which Fortne , wast tof con- / rNlng, med to go oul trol and Fortn ther- fell,, or t6rown freni tlie boat into the river. He could *n t swim and was not wearing a jacket at Ilia ,time of the aecklent. - Fortney's body was recovered about an hour after the drown g occurred by Elmo Unger of the Charles Town Indepew.dent Fire Company the use of grappling hooks operated from the fire company's rescue bo t. Members and equipment from the Charles Town S}LepherdStoWn and Harpers Ferry fire. compan- ies also participated in the search for the body Upon ree overy, y's body] taken to the WaShington] County (Md.) Hospital in Hag-[ er own, where he was pro-I nounced dead on Val.. SERVlCI " IFOR TAL CHURCH TInS-WEEK Followemg is a sckedifle of ser- vices for the Pep :Church Christ, Route 1, the Rev. M, C. ..I tor a.nd Superinteodel t F. Yd Sunday School !0:00 A.. M., Evenlng Service 7:30 P. M. Tuesday evening services 7:30 P. M. Thursday evening Young peo. ple Service 7:30 P. rM. Read The SPirit-Advocate o Lord, how g tlam workst--iPsalms 92:5) The quickest aad m/est way to foetm thoughts on mdis to give thanks. 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