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LESLIE ANNE ROWLAND services were held this (Thursday) at 11 o'clock St. J'ohn's Episcopal Church Harpers Ferry for Leslie Anne six-year-old daughter of and Mrs. Earl Rowland, of Md., who died unex- Monday in Prince Geo- County Hospital. The Rev. G. Wheeler of Harpers officiated and burial was in Pairview Cemetery in deceased was born in Mar- sburg, Nov. 20, 1959, a daugh- of Leslie Earl and Donna Roudabousch Rowland. In ion to her parents, she is by one brother, Bruce and of Landover, Md. TRACY BEULAH MILLER services were held on at 2 p. m. from the Md., Church of God Mrs. Tract Beulah Miller, who at her home in Pleasant- Md., Friday, after a lengthy The Rev. Herbert Myers and he was a*ssisted by Rev. Harold Cave. Burial was in Samples Manor, Md. Its. Miller was a member of Church of God at Pleasant- are one daughter, Margaret @iffin, Pleasant- eight grandchildren--Mrs. Best, Mrs. Peggy Brown, Ba.rbara Hoffmaster, Shar- and Susan Coulter, Sheila and Giffin and Gary Giffm nine great-grandchildren. MRS. MARY R. MANUEL services were held on at 2 p. m: from the Mel- T. Strider Colonial Funeral in Ranson, for Mrs. MaD" Stolle Manuel, 63, of Cum- Md., who died Friday, 15, Jn Cumberland Memor- following a lengthy The Rev. J. Lee Williams of the Charles Town As- Methodist Church of It- Burial was made in Edge Cemetery in Charles Town. deceased was born in Town, July 12, 1903, a of Mrs. Ernest L. St`olle Town, and the late Mr. She was employed by the her rc irefi%nl. She wag a rncm- ber of the Asbury Methodist Church in Charles Town. Surviving are her husband, James T. Manuel of Cumberland; one son Jack Manuel of Clear Springs, Md.; tWo grandchildzen and three sisters---Mrs. Itoward McAtee, RFD, Charles Town; Mrs. Paul Dorsey, Charles Town and Mrs. Leo Rodgers, Charles'Town. MRS. RAYMOND 'DALBKE Funeral services were held on Tuesday morning at 11 from the Trinity Episcopal Church in Shepherdstown, for Mrs. Ray- mend R. Da, lbke, 48, the former Miss Helinda (Betty) White, 48, of Baltimore, Md., who died un- expectedly Saturday morning in Baltimore. The Rev. Charles Hein, rector of St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Baltimore, officiated. He was assisted by the Rev. George Johnston, of Trinity Episcopal Church, Shepherdstown. Burial was made in Elmwood Cemetery in Shepherdstown. The deceased was born in Shepherdstown, March 13, 1918, a daughter of Mrs. Grace Yoke White of Kearneysville and the late Dr. W. H. S. White. She was a member of St. Them, as Episcopal Church in Balti- more, a housewife and a full-time teacher at Woodbourne Junio~ High School in Baltimore, Md, She had also taught at Charles Town H,igh School and also in: Arizona. She was a graduate of Shepherd College and West Vir, ginia University. She was also ,a member of the Kappa Delta Pi Surviving are her husband in Baltimore; two children---Miss Catherine White Dalbke and Mr. David Roy Dalbke, both of Balt- imore; two sisters--Mrs. William H. Cunningham, of Baltimore, Md. and Mrs. John A. Diener, of Sudbury, Mass.; a brother, W. H. S. V]hRe, Jr., of KearneysviUe and several nieces and nephews. MRS. ANNA A. BOND Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p. m. from the Bak- erton Methodist Church for Mrs. Anna Augusta Bond, 79, of Har- Shepherd o n. a car wreck, paren Oore The deceased was born one time neighbors. We, in Charles Town, Jan. 7, 1887, a this vieini,ty all extend our very daughter of the late William deepest sympathy to the entire Washington and Julia Francis family. Mills. She was a member of the, Mr. William Trussell of Alex. Bakerton Methodist Church. "andria, Va. was a visitor recently Surviving are a son, Wilbur R. at the home of Mrs. Nettle Bond, of Itarpers Ferry; two Staub.~. daughters--Mrs. Genevieve Gifft, Mrs. Rosetta Talton and her Bakerton; and Mrs. Leota Alder- daughters Sharon and Cindy were ton of Martinsburg; seven grand- dinner guests Thursday with children; two sisters---Mrs. Nellie Hanes of Shepherdstown; and Mrs. Grace Link of Charles Town .and a brother, William E. Mills, of Bakerton. WILLIAM STUART DANIELS Funeral services were held Sat- urday at 3 p. m. from the Melvin T. Strider Sudley Funeral Home in Shepherd~own for William Stu art Dante)s, 76, of Church Street, Shepherdstown, who died Thurs day ,afternoon July 14, in King's Daughters Hospital in Martins- burg. The Rev. George Hunter, astor of the Christ Reformed Church in Shepherds'town, offici- ated. Burial was made in Elm- wood Cemetery in Shepherdstown The dece ed was born in Jeff- erson County, July 16, 1889, a son Of William and Mary Staley Dan. iels. He was a retired employee of the Homer L. KiLts Company of Washington, D. C. and a mem- ber of the Christ Reformed Chu- rch. I Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Mabel Brewer Daniels of Shep- herdstown, one son, William S. Daniels, California; one daughter Mess Valer, ie Daniels of Califor- nia. EDNA ORAME ELKINS Edna Orame Elkins died at her residence in Washington, D. C., July 17. She was the widow of the late Leonard B. Elkins, who preceded her in death November 1962. She was the daughter of the late Frances and James Orame of Bol- ivar. Mrs. Elkins is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Charles Becker, It, of Syracuse, N. Y., also by four grandchildren, Charles Becker, lit, David, Janet and Margaret; a brother William S. Orame of Moundsville; one sister, Mrs. J. O. Hino, of Arlington, Vs.; also meces ,and nephews. Robert Ma- thena, of Euclid Ave., this city, is a nephew. pers Ferry, who died Tuesday She received her early educa- night, July 19, in the Charles Lion in *the schools of West Vir- Town General Hospital, following ginia. She was a civil service re- an i,l~lness of six weeks. The Rev. tiree of the Veterans Administra- Luther Crady, of Shepherdstown Lion; also had been private secre- lheir aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kemp of ttamUton, Va. Miss Estel Rickles and her daughter Miss Norms Jean, of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Larue and family of Ran- son were dinner guests Sunday with their parents, Mr. an~t Mrs. ttumphrey Wilt. Taking Vacation Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Wilt are taking a little vacation for a few days and are visiting ,their son and family in Hasborough Heights, New Jersey. They were accompanied by their daughter, Mrs Estel Riekles and daughter .Nor~na Jean of Ran~n. We hope they will have a wonderful visit. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. 'Pearl had a nice cook-out supper on the lawn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Youngs. It was quite a treat, and t.hey enjoy this out-of-doors cook- ~lg. I was very much pleased to T-Bone or have opportun W of rnee in, with two very. close friends on Friday. It really brings back the memories, and they are two fine folks, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Piper and son Roger, Mr. and Mrs. George Talton were visitors Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. tlow- ard Wilt and family at Murrill Hill. Mrs. Barbara Alger was a visi- tor Thursday night with her grand mother, Mrs. Sarah Garrett who has been suffering with the arthiritis and has been very ill. We all hope Aunt Sarah will be feeling nmch better when we have our next chat with her. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sherman and two children of Baltimore, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eackles of Front Royal Va., Mrs. Nancy Dillow and Judy of Millville vis- ited on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Runion and family at their home near Chestnut IIill. Mr. and Mrs. John Runion and son Junior visited his sister, Mrs. Thruston Boyce at Mr. JaeLson, Va. Wed. Mrs. John Runion and son Junior visited with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Everette Miller at Quicksburg, Va. Miss Ellen Grove spent the past weekend with her sister at R~.kville, Md. Mrs. Glenn Higgs and Miss Rose Marie Grove of Mt. Airy, Maitland, en weekend n? the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lancaster and daughter Diane and Miss Patricia Piper. Mr. Frank I,an- caster, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Iron- cosier were visitors Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Will- iam Lancaster and family of Char- les Town. Board Of Education Eulogizes Late Lewis J. McDonald's Service The Jefferson County Board of Education unanimously adopt- ed a re~lutit)n at it's regular meeting Wednesday night, July 13, deploring the death and eulog- izing the long period of service which the late Lewis J. McDonald gave to the Board and the Jeffer- son County School system o~er the past 22 years. The resolution praised the many years of ~rvice which Mr. McDonald gave the school system an~l hks efforts in expanding and improving the standards of the school system and education in general in the county. Mr. McDonald served on the school board for 22 years and 11 PIRIT OP ADVOCATE T s THIR, DA , JUL 21, 1966 A---3 monlhs and was president of lhe board for 15 years. Chrisman Reunion Held Sunday, July 17 At Bardane Center The annual Chrisman reunion was held July 17, at the Commun- ily Center, Bardane. The new of- fleers elected this year were: Marvin Chrisman, president; Ed- ward Chrisman, vice-president; Robert Chrimnan, secretary; Wal- ter Chrisman, Sr., treasurer. The families tha~ came ~ogeih- er to have a very enjoyable day were: Mrs. Elza ttepman and family, Bentonville, Va.: Mrs. Ma~, Chrisman and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Chrisman and family, of Front Royal, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. George ttelman and Mrs. Lou :Ranalli, M illville; Mrs. Christine Miller and family, Charles Town Mr. Joe and Tommy Fry, Luray, Va.; Mr. ,and Mrs. ttarry Titus, and family, Charles Town; Mr. Marvin Chrisman and family and Mr. and Mrs Winfred Chrisman and family. Luray, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chrisman and faro- Acme's New Fun Card Game 00 JUST 3 LITTLE WORDS IN THE SAME SERIES... THAT'S ALL IT TAKES TO WKq... NO PURCHASE NE~SSARY ily, KearneysviIle; Mr. and M~. Dick Chrisman and family from Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Chrisman and family, Ranscon; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chrisman, Summit Point; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ran- alli and family, Ranson; Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Chrisman and family of Martinsburg; Mrs. Louise Dod- son and family, Rileyville, Vs.; Mr. Bob Pansing, Rileyville, Va.; Mrs. PerrT Chrisman and fam- ily, Rileyville, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mason of Inwood; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chrisman, Jr., and family. Ber~wilie, Vs.; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Chri,sman and family, Inwood; Mr. and Mrs. James M~son. Inwood; Mr. and Mrs. Breckenridge, ltagerstown, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chris- man and family, Kearneysville and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Prilli- man and family of Penhook, Va. died at the Higgs Nursing Home near Stanley, Friday morning, July 1, Born in Madison Co., he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Breeden. He had lived for 21 years at Route 2, Kearneysvi'lle wRh Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Painter but had moved back to Stanley, one week before his death. He is survival by his Wife, Mrs. Nora Lee Breeden ,at the home in Stanley; three daughters, Mrs. Charlene Courtney, Mrs. Marie Comer and Mrs. Rosie Alger all of Stanley; two sons, Herbert A. and Floyd T. Breeden, both of Stagey; and eleven grm~child- run. Funeral services were conduct- ed at 2 p. m. Sunday, July 3, at ,the Warren G. Kyger Funeral Home in Shenan@0ah, Vs., with the Rev. John W. Henderson and the Rev. Lonnie Haleson, officiat- ing. Burial was made in the Painter Cemetery near Stanley, Vs. Mrs. Georgia Pearl Keep in mind Chestnut Hill picnic July 23. A large number of relatives at- tended the services Junior Hardy, Who was instarKly killed IT'S THE BEST TIME YET TO CHECK ACMEI MIX Of~ MATCH| IDEAL POLY BAG SALE! IAIx~d Vegetables, ~e~ ,~,.~ , ~d.bkle Cut ~os ,E~,~ YOUr OIOICE .o. .... q~7 I.Nt~ F~NtK Ot WHff, Reran,do .......... 6 = 57' Orange Jut $' 89' ce ....... -- SIliCA ASSO~TID Fruit Drinks ........ 6 = 57' Beef Steaks... LANCASTE' 14AND, IK~*-N4 I~@S . Beef, Pork or Turkey SUCKtI SWEET CALIFORNIA SEEDLESS lb. I~ANCY LUSC~JS Peaches ............. 3..39' LARGE SWEET P~NK-MEAT Cantaloupes ....... ~mTm VAtm~S. no~.c~-to Fruit Drinks ......... i., SEEDED VIENNA, BRIDGE RYE OR ITALIAN SLICED THIS COUPON WORTH 10,NGreen Stam Void After July 23, 1966. One Coupon p~r Family Iq~se. NOURISHING IDEAt Tomato Soup ..... 4 INSTANT COFFEE.,. Maxwell House.. ...... 89' Fab Datergent ..... 2 c DEL MONTE .... Pear Halves ...... 65c ~tINIEE Marshmallows ..... 2 ASSOETEO DAtNTEE ::: ! Gum Candies. .......... VIRGINIA ~E LOGS, NIl~, R~$)~t ): Pr zd Sticks ......... : 29' I THIS COUPON WORTH 30 Green Stamps with the purchase of any 2 IoaV4~ .... FRESH BREAD MEMBER OF JEFFERSON COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HAVE YOUR COPY RESERVED TODAY --. (At The News Stand Most Convenient For You) WELSH'S STORE - Bakerton STOKES' STORE Bloomery FRITTS' STORE - Meehanicstown JOHNSON'S STORE - Kabletown LOCKE'S STORE - Leetown KEARNEYSVILLE ESSO - Kearneysville JEFFERSON COUNTY BERRYVILI , VA. BERRYVILLE NEWS.STAND BERKELEY NEWS.STAND NEWTON D. BAKER HOSPITAL BUNKER HILL GROCERY MARTINSBURG REED'S GROCERY STORE RINALDPS GROCERY BUTTS' DRUG STORE SEXTON'S STORE - R.F.D., Harpers Ferry HARPERS FERRY SHEPHERDSTOWN SHEPHERDSTOWN NEWS AGENCY RANSON GROCERY CO. JOHN'S RESTAURANT SANITARY GROCERY RANSON CHARLF, S TOWN COLONIAL NEWS-STAND MOFFETT'S PHARMACY PAUL'S SUPER MARKET MILLER'S MEAT MARKET WHITE'S SUPER MARKET PEOPLES DRUG STORE ACME MARKET CONKLYN'S STORE MARKET MANOR S. W. LINK Herbert Ketley Breeder, 81, a retired farmer of Stanley, Va. company in Charles will officiate and burial will be tary to Admiral Spencer Wood. [~L for many years 'prior to made in Elmwood Cemetery in and Admiral Trane. She was ac- tive in Trinity Chapter, Order of rER ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -~ ~ ~ the Eastern Star, No. 33, of Wash- fO LJ C/d~l BIJ 'and belonged ,to the lb. C II i League of Republican Women of lb. the District,of Colunlbla. i lb. i"' Funeral services were .held ~ XT.T,.O. I SHOULDER OF ~om--ottle',er tipeasy. i m . ---THE.-- Home der at~ervice 11 the o clock, ofn S. at Ea.ste't 11 Wednesday the H.TriR).t Chapter, funeral Hinee Co. Euneral Star, home manning held Tues- Or- at a 1t "" ::! H.S, Lye- -'- KeaS ' ........ ....... .', "*is' : "''l ,ou.REm, , ------IS ----.--... I if, i, HOPP[ ,ESH ,M O, ED ...... ' I SLurP Ct m O .., $..KS, .... I ;p tt Adv)cate day eveningatSo'cl k. Burial w--.s i CUT 69' -- Irl - ' was at Harpers Cemetery, Har- Cmn l Hams $5" Roast Beef"2"* $219 : Ib'lll lg). I m~At(~--a-oL~s,.~-) persFerry, where graveside serv. I Cream Cheese ... 29c SA] In Charles Town, t anson, Jefferson ices were-held. ~ - mmv cam ... c " Z,mmANDCHU, ! * m I K./ T'Sf * NATUEM. " ---- "'""'"" " "'='* i .......... Swiss Cheese .... ,, 69 Bacon ......_ 79 ....... ..- , HENR CAVE r hFtou--' :a .,o,,,-,,....,. Lunch Loaf i4 , ,'-" 7,* ~iJk, 65~ Henry.Franklin"Caee. of Route F es .u, r Fdk~s ..... .,.. ~ z~,-,, ....... - .... I wtttsauEY I a4x, . Snowflake Rolls..- 23 L 'i County And Surrounding Areas: 2, Stardey, Va:, died JulY 2 at w ! X kerSh .... lisa&Cheese...55' O*'""" PRIC "-- --v 6 .a.m. ill the Page County Mum- Cmbmeat ... 99' " "" "* ' ............ , . , ~.. '. ~ ' . -- ' "[- -~J ~) I lee Cream.':r69* v79' orial Hospittl after being a Pat- $call0 )S ...... '., lb. ~ | ~qlSI Of Veal .... ib13 Regularly--At The Followmg Places tent for f~uz days. He was 78 SEMI-BONELESS years old ami son .of the late batch of chemicals in alcohol), itching must STOP. In 4 days infected skin sloughs off. Then you watch HEALTHY skin appear! Sound simple? Try it. Thousands have, If not DI~LIGHTED, your 48c hack at any drug counter. NOW at all Drug Stores. July 7-3t SAL1 13 PRIi HERBERT BREEDEN S. Thomas who survives at the home in Stanley, And also two brothers; Fred and Everett Cave, both of Luray, Va. and a number of meces .and nephews. One brother and six sisters are deceased. Funeral services were con. ducted on July 4 at 2 p. m. from the chapel of the Bradley Funeral Home, with the Rev. G. A. Cave in charge. Burial was in the Thomas Cemetery near Stanley, Virginia. .at Route 2, KearneysviHe. He married Che. former Bertha Newman .and Sarah Offenbacker Cave. He was a retired laborer and had lived a* number of years Here's Howl Gently scrap~ off the small rectangle ~ the bottom~ide of the "LOVE THAT MONtY" o~d. Find #ho word "Love", "That" ~r "Money" along with a numb~. If you cell~! tony of the c~nblnafions skewn below, yOU'R~ A , TENDER SIRLOIN TENDER HEN (10 to 18-1bs. AVG.) |l I . // t CASTER BlhkND : ATHLETE'S FOOT HOW TO TREAT IT. IN ONE HOUR after applying T-4-L (a Attend Church This Week ::