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OF JEVFERSON r r, Mr, ADVOCATE JITLY 16, 1959 3--A eaths and Funerals 'i MARY WALKER Savilla Battle Walker evenig about of a son, Cleon H. Feder~A Fish Ha~tch after a long illness. Shannon, Miss., Aug. 4 was a daughter of the t Henry and Virginia )ernathy Babtte. was sen,t from the Btrider Company Colon Home last Friday to the Pegues Funeral Miss., witll burial Miss. (;RIM services for Comiless 80, of Berryville, Va., in Winchester ospital, were held Sun at 1:30 from the Funeral Home in Roy. Paul E. l:Leiter (Va) Baptist Church, burial was in Gree.n Were: Frank Yowell, Henry Devers, Oar- Hugh Copenhaver mug. was a son of the late John Grim. He was trmer. are four children: Grim, Mrs. Bertha Grim of Berry- Edna Nicodemus of r~e grandchildren and lildren. S. CARPENTER Services were held T hu- for Frank Stro~- 85, of Berryville, died Tuesday in the r Memoriel Hospial. was born Nov. 24, Va., the son Jo'hn and Isable t~oy- He was a retired trade and for the past few years was a night wa,te'h man for the H. F. Byrd orcharls. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Minnie Osborne Carpenter, at honle, four sons, Robert, Spring field, Va.; William, Prank and Welby all of Berryville, Va.; Nx daug,hters, Mrs. l%ober,t Ott, Ran- son; Mrs. James &alloway, Mrs. Lawrence Fra:~klin, Mrs. Warren Robel,tson, Mrs. Maloney and Miss Frances Carpenter, all of Berry- vi, lle. Sixteen grandchildren also SIU'V,ive. The gev. Donald E. Bru,mbaek ,pastor of ,the ~Marv,in C~h~apel 'Methodist Ohureh, conducted the service's fro,m the John H. Enders Funeral Home. Bearers were: R,ay mend O'Brien, Luci=an Grim, Fra- ,nk Corns, Garland Owens, Joseph Wilson and B. Stickles. InCermen,t was made in Greenhill Cemetery MRS. LILLIE A. M. IIOWELL :Mrs. Litlie Arrah May Howell, wife of Llysses G. Howell died .at her home Tuesday morning after an il~ues.~ of some length. She was born in Jefferson Country on October 3, 1891, d.augh~ter of the 1,~te Andrew and Elizabeth Mason Painter. ~he spe,ug mos,t of her life in the MS. Mis,sion section of Jefferson County. Besides her husband she is sur- vived by one d'aughter, Mrs. Fa,~- nie H. Custer of Harpers Ferry, five ,sons, David Howell at home, Raymond and Clyde of Wln~er Haven, Fl.a., Oliver of Boyce, Va,, and Allen of Berryvil:le, Va. Three brothers, Wal, ter Painter o,f Clhar- les Town, Harry of Shepherds- town and Samuel of New York. Ten grandchildren and several mece's a,nd nephews. Funeral services were held on Thursday at 2:00 at t'he Chestnu,t Hill Methodist Church, conducted by C. W. Lloyd. Intermen,t was in the Church come'tory. )artment daints Privies many complain,ts are local Heal,th Depart- the unsan,itary con- !arivies. Privies mus.t be o,ften and receive as as .a ,toilet lo- home. privy is ,the o,nly the S~twte Health in t, he State of West pi:t shou:ld have a ven,t must be screen- ea,rth is maintained I~ase of t~he privy to fly and roden~t ,ti,g~t. Pit becomes full of it cleaned out lay a wi,th the local m~t ~o do this or dig a new pi.t and over it. Then lime old pit. I,f you have Please Phone SOCIAL ITEMS rs. June Bohrer Call 222 your privy cleaned out, ask to see the operators Health Department ~)ermit, w~ich on,titles l~m to do ,this work. From time ,to Vime we h.ave transient people go ,through our area cleaning se~t4c tanks and privies who charge a large sum of money, do not do a good job. and then dump the w.a~te along the road or in a stream. If your prese,u,t privy does not meet t'he Health Department stan dards and you wish to b,xild a new one, you can get a bulletin, w~iCh gives construction details, .at your local Hea:lCh Department. In review concerning privy mare tenance: 1. Clean privy each d.ay a,ud l~me pi~t. 2. Check privy pit ~o be sure it is fly and rodent ~aht. 3. Check riser seat lid ,to see th.a~t it self closing. 4. See that vent screens .are m place ,and in good repair. My Miss Margaret Houser Mr. and Mrs. Garland Manuel of Vances~ille .and Mrs. Carl Jones of Martinsburg were Friday guests of Mrs. F. A. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill. Mrs. Lee Hoover and Mrs. Nellie Sponsler of Harpers Ferry were ! Wednesday guests of Mrs. F. A. Hill a,nd Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill. Charles Town BAKERY SPECIALS overalls that can tciddies' bib ove ralls by WESTERN CUT slira, western-style all active wear. to fit -- in short, ,. and long iengths individual waist Strong blue denim. rivets, closure. Look at these features: Elastic back Easy.action snap fasteners on side 2 front pockets Back packet Adjustable suspenders Proper leg length Correct fit across thighs Bar tacked at strain points Fly cutout (sizes 3 and up) Sanfor- ized materlals-maximum shrinkage I% $2.98 $2.98 $3.4 l'0ts Sizes 2 to 6 Mr.~. ~. L. Manuel and i~i;z. R. P. Koffman of Martinsburg were the Sunday guests of .Mrs. F. A. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hill. Mrs. W. L. Manuel of Martins- burg was a guest of Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzel and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mills and daughters on Saturday. Edward Lee Cole o=f Martinsburg visited Miss Margaret Houser on Saturday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Clare,ace Rodger:'. and grandchildren of Martins- burg, ,Mr. ,and ~Mrs. John Praley of Shepherdstown and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loudon and son Bobby of Bolivar were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Annie Leaden and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and son. Mr. and Mrs. l~ichard Owens and children of Portl,and, Oregon Miss Dale Frock of Was,hingLon, D. C. and Mrs. Wesley Link and son Larry of Charles Town were Thursday evening guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Gift and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mills a,nd daughters of Topeka, Nan. were were Thursday gues~ts of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Gift and family. ,Mr. *and ~Mrs. ~aland Bond and family of Harpers Ferry were the Wednesday evening .guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wall.ace Gift and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hammond and family of S,hepherdstown were the Sunday eve,ning guests of her mother Mrs. Ru,t~h Bond. The W. S. C. S. met at the Church on Wednesday night, July 8t'h., with a very good at- "~endance. M~:s. Mills, Vice presi- dent, had charge of the Devotian- als. Mrs. Ray Hetzel, the Presi- dent, had charge of the business meeting. Af, ter the meeting re- freshments were served by t,he ,hostess Miss Margaret Houser. The Bakerton Methodis% Church 'will have their lawn festivM on Friday, July 24, a,t 5:30 p. m. and ~here will be chicken soup, sand- wiches, cold drinks, candy, pony rides for Vhe children and a grab bag. Everyone is welcome. In 'case of rain it will be held in the Hall. ,Mrs. Berth.a Harding and her son. Mrs. Annie Loudan :and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Leaden and son motored to Dover, Pa. on Satur- day and visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hoffman and son. Mr. and Mrs. James Mahoney and sons and Mrs. Nellie Moler of Oheverly, Md. were Saturday gues.ts o,f Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzel and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mills and daugh.ters. ~Mr. ,a,ud Mrs. O. E. Cole, Ohryl Stamatas, Mrs. G. W. Emmart ,and W. S. Geary of Waslhin~ton, D. C. were ~he Sunday gues,ts of Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzel and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mitls and daugh- ters. (Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robinson .and sons of H.arpers Ferry were ,Sunday guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson. Mrs. Berkley Winters of Har- pers Ferry and her sons were the Monday evening guests of her pa- rents Mr. and Mrs. R~bert Wa~t- son. Harpers Ferry Group Were Guests Recently At Shenand mh, Downs The fol,l~wirtg grou~p from H.a:rp- ors Ferry were guests ,recently of the management of S,henandoah Dawns race trac: ,Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sperry Mr..and Mrs. Junior James, Char- lie Riley, Wilbur Bond, Mr. ,and Mrs. J, a ck Oa~meron and d.augh~ter K, ay and ,a friend; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hedican, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rissler, Mr. :and (Mrs. Harwood Coffffman .and (Mr. and Mrs. NVii- li,am Ramey, he latter Mayor of H,ar~pers Ferry. Morgan and Donley Get Masonic 50-Year Pins A. Charles Morgan and Fred Donley were ,awarded Masonic Or,and Lodge 50-Year 'Mem~bership Pkns ,at a s~,ated comm,un,ica.tion of l~t. Nebo Lodge No. 91 in S~ep- herdstown. Grand LeCturer Frank Ronemus, of Mal,ta Lodge, Char- les Town, made Vhe presen,tation on behalf of the Gr.and Lodge. 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