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Mrs. Elizabeth M. Pugh, Rom-]section of the county, who died hey, W. Va .... . 1 I Thursday, July 21 at, his home. Mr. Harry P. Mercer, Cnar es The Rev. L~tner Crady, of Shep- Town. [herdstown, off~ieiated and burial I Mr. Frank A, Rodgers, Charles was made in Edge Hill Cemete~ 1 Town. ,! ~ ] in Charles Town. I Mrs. Ida R. fWhittington, Ran. ] Bearers were: John Hendricks, ]son. Jr., George Gageby, Charles Con- ] Mr. Harvey J. Vail, Harpers rad, Oliver Merchant, Ray Shirley OBSTETRICAL [Ferry. and Walter LeMaster. Honorary .... ~,_~. ..... -~ t Mr Jake tt Miller, Charles ~earers were: John Hendricks, ~orn to Mr ~,u ~,~.L~. nowa~u / - " " Sr., Norval Jenkins, Garland Hen- J F " TOWn. ' . Tumb m, Ransoa, a girl, July~ LitU ....... 21 lae~ I ,ue Les~r r~. ~agent, tumso~ dricks, Russell Nichols, George ....... Mr Bor~ t~ Mr. and Mrs, Donald /.~ . PAn, hal R. Lapa~lula, Beth- Kno~ and Jesse Fusa The deceased was born in Jeff- R. Fiddler, a girl, Charles Town ~, ,~L~. ....... croon County, Dec. 16, 1897, a son RouteBornl;toJU!YMr. 21,and1966.Mrs. Charles I Ferry.~r" ulmnes li. liee~, ltarpers of flue late WilBam C. ~nd Emma Sperry, Harpers Ferry, Route 2, 1 Mrs. Mary A, Cain, Kearneys- Duble Albin. He owned and oper- a girl, July 22, 1966. vflle, Route 1. ated his own farm at RFD Shen- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mr. Isaac M. Grimes, Charles andoah Junction for year~ He Hummer, Charles Town, a girl, [ Town, Rou~e 2. . . was a member of the UviUa Meth 3ul~ 24, I~. lvtrs. Lma w. mason, riarpers od~st Church, a trustee and Stw- ~ to ~. and Mrs. Kenneth Fe~I~s c ard of the church and a member of the Jefferson County Farm Webber, ~lle, a boy, July 25, .Blan h M. Stanley, Kent- Bureau. 1966. neysville. SURGICAL ] Miss Betty A. Willis, Knoxville, Surviving are his wMow, Mrs. MrS. Frances S. HarriS, Ch~eslM~irs I~retta E Tiede, Harpers Etva Parke Albin, a~ the home; Town /~ e " " Jeanthree Hocknmn,daughterSwinchester," Mrs. Emmava.; F try, Route 2. Mrs. Doris H. Caniford, Charles[ ....... Towm | Mrs. Mary Plum, of Hawaii and Mrs. Betty Jane Decker, Martins- Mrs. Hattie M. Donivan, Shen- andoah Junction, Route 1. LRtle Dermis L, Shiflott; Ran- sort, Mrs. Bertha B. Kenny, Harpers Ferry, Route 1. Mr~ Sharo~ C. Hough, Harpers Ferry. burg; five grandchildren and a brother, Howard Albin of Shep- herdstown. Well Saturday was another day I Mrs. Clayton Talton.and son A1- of ggt ~gether and enjoy theI bert of Hamilton Virginia were fellowship again of meeting once| dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. again with our friends and enjoy [ George Talton on Sunday. the Sunday Schol picnic in the] Mrs. Edith Garrett was a visitor grove near the Chestnut Hi,~l Chu[ with Mrs. Sarah Garrett Sunday rch. Where we had the opportun-] evening. Sorry Mrs. Garrett isn't ity of meeting time and again for] feehng to well. Hope she will be years and years for this get to-] feeling better real soon. gether where we really do enjoy/ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garrett spent these meetings once a year and] the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. as time goes on there are so ] Bud W~bts of Baltimore, Md. many changes and so many have| Miss Cherye Grapes and Miss passed on or moved guite a dis-| Linda Piper were visiting with tance away which we very seldom ~ reda~ves in Front Royal, Va., Mon see again but due to all the t nay. changes we had the meeting once | Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkins again and all enjoyed the most/ and daughter Karen were visiting deliciou,s picmc dinner at twelve iwith the former's brother, Mr. rmon in the beautiful grove, every and Mrs. Fred Jenkins of Mary- one was ~well fed and happy to I land over the weekend. had the opportunity of meetingI Mrs. Susie McDaniels, Miss Lin- again, we were very proud tolda and Barbara Alger of Ranson have with us at our dinner the lwere visitors Monday evening Rev. and Mrs. Hoover of Hagers-' with their grandmother, Mrs. Geo town, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hawk rgia Piper and daughter, Mrs. and daughter Linda and Mrs. Rosella TMton Mary Piper and family of Mary la~.~. .~ .... ~,. ~.~^~ ~.~. Miss Nancy Grove spent several ~'~ ................... days with her grandmother; Mrs. "~" ~Y~.~.~." ^ .... Annie Grove in Charles oTwn, mrs. ~mm ~arre~t an~ ~r. Mrs. Grove has been on the sick David Writ were business visit- last. Best wishes Mrs. Grove for ors in Winchester Va. Tuesday beYmr heath. evenirtg. I l~iss Linda Piper, Mr. Lee Roll- Visitors last Sunday evening inson, Mr. David Wilt and Miss with Mr. and Mrs. George Talton Cheryl Grapes motored to Caca. were Mr. and Mvs. Melvin Piper pon Park Sunday. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cal- Mr. and Mrs. Humphry Wilt ~in Lancaster and daughter Diane and Mrs. Estel Rickles and her Mr. Perry Lancaster and Mr. daughter Norma Jean have re- Mrs. Georgia Pearl Mrs. Evelyn B. Dozier, Shep- MRS. MARGARET V. FELLERS herd~, rvi Sa - : -' --:- ~ -~ :- ~ Frank G~rrett. ~aa~tm. ~h.~ A r~r, ~r .... { Fauer~ ~e ces were hem ~- turned home after a short visit Fer-~vT~o(l~,e~. ...... , ,,,.~.w,-urday at'2 p. m. from the BrownsI Very lint and dry here with us Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart with their son and family, Mr. Mrs ........ B" "-" - ..... ville Heights" Church of the we are really in need of ram. and family and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Garnet Wilt of New . mncne t~ TO~a, ~ear- Another Get-Together D Ralph Cogle and daughter and Jersey. n .... i~l,~ ~,~..,, ~ " , Brethern for Mrs. Margaret Vn'- ay ...... I gir~ ellers, 66, w~fe of Charles mm~t~2u, I R. Fellers, of Brownsville, Md., Mr. Jolm L. Hawes; Brunswick, who died Wednesday, July 20 in Md. : ' ~ . ~rles Town General l~s, pital, Mrs. Haze] E. Staubs, Harpers following a-lengthy illne~ The Ferry, Route 2. Rev. Albert Huston officiated and Mrs. Virginia Fellers, Browns- buri~ was m~_xle in Brownsville v lle, Md. Mxs. Sally PMn .er, Harpers Hei d ts Cemetery, Brownsville, Md. Her grandsons served as Ferry. , bearers. Mrs. Eileen }tries, Shettan. ! The deceased was born in Berk doah Junefton. i eley County, W. Va., April 7, Mrs. Janie A. French, Charles 1990, a daughter of the late John Town. , AIexander and Bessie sco i w rrE PHONE 725-2182 Ethical Pharmacists . N)WN, W. VA. 150 Dr. Family When your p lon bears this label you know you will benefR from the l~mt that um ~lenev of pharmacy can provide. Who, who, but you ! Isn't it time you had your entire Ineuraace program checkedby a professional help you bal~ anoed aut within year Phone Grubb Mornmgstar. She for a long time as a 1 John's Diner, at Sandy Surviving are her h, usband, at the home in Brownsville; one son Charles W. Fellers, Ranson; four daughters, Mrs. Bessie L. Hahn, Brownsville; Mrs. Eva Hughes; ~uudY Hook, Md.; Mrs. Margaret ghes, Sparrows Point, Md.; and Mrs. Doris Heffner, Brunswick, Md.; also 26 grandchildren; I01 great grandchLldren; three sisters Mrs. Bessie Feller, Charles oTwn Mrs. George Witlianm, Frederick, Md.; and Mxs. Thomas Weisen- burg, of Kearneysvitle; and two brothers - Garland and WilUam Merrdngstar, both of Martinsburg :HAna Prrr scE8 ,~'~r~l~l services were :,hel~ Tuesday ~t 2 p. m. from ~he ~Iel~ vin T. S*,r~der COlomaI Funeral Home in R~nson, for Harry Pint- man Mercer, 51, of F, uclld Avenue Charles Town, who died Saturday July 2~, tn K~ng's ~ter's Hos pi~al in Martinsburg, after an illness of two days, The Rev. J, t Lee Williams, paStor of the Cha- rle~Tb~a Asbi~y Methodist Chu, rch, officiated and bttriM was made In Edge H411 Ceinetttry in Charles Town. Bearers were: ~trl Pincher, W~ill~d Whittington, Arnold Pier ce, Frank Cameron, Herman Gar- e~ and P~ Wilt The deceased was born in Kable town, W. Va., Feb. 1, 1915, a son of the ,late Nathanael and Mary Ellen Wkley Mercer. He was a :l member of the Methodist Church [[ and an employee of the U. S. S4~e~, Keystone Limestone Com. puny near Milivllle. Surviving axe his widow, Mrs. Maud PaL er Mexcer, the home; three sisters - Mrs. Howell, Bovnshom, Md.; Mrs. Mar garet Ri~er, Ranson; Mr~ Susie Welcl~ Rm~on; MrS. Edp~ Grey, Charles Town;mad two br~s J~m Mercer, ROUte 9, J~fOrmm Ooun y Charles Mercer of l meral services were held Tue sday mo~ st 11 from the Uvi- l~a Megh~.dst Church, Uvilla, W. Va., for John Duble Albin, 68, a weH-lmown farmer of the Uvitla & 1 mi. north of 8harpsburg, Pike) on Bloody Lane, the under- cattle: 30, 1966 37.-DAIRY CATTLE--37 PHC -'B 72 il 27 Holstein cOws, 5 Jersey cows, 5 Holstein bred heifers. 10 of the~e eows frtshened In last 20 days---some springers and sev- eral due in ~r; T. B. & blood tested within 3~ days. Health in ot !er. Auet. Nete .is a geod produda herd of well bred by Imlls lhL Bnll 8/ L " & pip for e ,n. wa t tank. eau rae pL rs. (wOrg og and riding TERMS: CASH. Nothing removed until ~tled far. Not res~mstble for ~ts Aeet$: JOH DOWNIN & NED MOBROW HOWARD E.- JR. l 1 GROUP LADIES SUMMER BONANZA REGULARLY TO 6.98 GIRLS DENIM PRICE BONANZA REGULARLY 1.98 PRICE THREE FLOORS OF CAf EFREE SHOPPING AT GIRLS - KNIT SLEEVELESS BONANZA REGULARLY 1.98 SALE :CaR COTTON BONANZ REGULARLY 1,00 SALE Mr. and Mrs. Edd Lanham and " SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS sons have returned from a ~i-sit[ THURSDAY JULY 28 1966 E, in and around Canada, they re- , ' ' ]~IIIIUH [i ported the trip was a very happy ~h one. . . e serln( Mrs. Edith Garrett who is now The Spirit Of Jefferson-Advocate Vresb on a two weeks vacation from ~aday July Double Day is getting some rest _ _rn -':-' ~a,. tile pa but finds plenty to be done. ill be' EdRh we do wish you a very Ice' Are Y happy vacation ~ ~::::~::: :: ~:~ ~::::~i: ~ .ii:!i~ - , . ..,~ ~:::.-::~:' ..~.~:~;~:::-..~:::~: ., ,, ..... -.. , t, ~ ,-~, m Matthe Three Shepherdstown A 11{OUGiff TO REMEMBER .,.. : [ ,g Boys Attended State HA Convention CHARLES ,. W. SMITH = The Shepherdstown High Chap- Why? Why, why, Why did this have to happen to me? Whe~ ter Future Farmers of America fortune, disaster or tragedy occurs, the question is difficult | _ was represenOed at the 38 annum to answer. Even if there is a known answer, and most of the Having state, convention of the organizat-, th,~,,~"'" .~ ~ ..... .,,.~. i', i~ ..... o. ,.naec,,'-table~v answer. Livestock ion held July 21-24 at Jackson s ., Mill, by three boys. If one is presumptious enough to try to answer; if one resO Lee Snyder of She~anUoan Jun the retort of courage being needed, one knows how futile it d "Rosevil orion and Charles Stanley of Shep Yet, when bewilderment and grief exist, a mortal human bei~ herdstown, were delegates to the help. In one instance, there was an unforgettable scene whici ~, convention a'na uennis StauDs, alwa-s be remembered also was a member ef the West Y Virginta State F. F. A. Band. On Sunday, July 31, Richard Shade and Roger LeHew, of Shep herdstown, members of the Shep herdstown FFA, will attend the training camp of Future Farmers of America to be held at Cedar Lakes, the State FFA camp. MOT, ORIZED BAR:B-QUE Be Wise- Advertise Read The Spirit-Advocate BIGGEST BONANZA BARGAINS EVER! REGISTER FOR REGULARLY 10.95 BONANZA PRICE BONANZA PRICE A close friend of a grief stricken family stopped in, unawar~ tragedy had struck. Shocked at the bomb shell news, he stUl around for words. Then in impromptu and certainly in unrehJ manner, he replied. "I can't tell you why. No one can. I'm overly religious man as you know, but I think it will help all if we pray." The family agreed. ON BASEMENT LEVEL It was a beautiful prayer. And it helped. It always can. CHARLES J. W. SMITH --- SMITH MEMORIAL FUNERAL 1~ CHARLES TOWN, WEST VIRGINIA o HEAVY ALIYMINUM I 26 ANG 24 ANG This is Calves va HAMPS: i Some It SHOP NEWBI RYS Walnut Mattress Brass p~ l ls, O Small Pi Several Tables, ] lleater, Heaters. Pictures, ,/ FIRST- FREE 2.HOUR PARKING IN REAR OF STORE Auction4 W. D. (l Lunch NEWBEITRYS k REGULARLY 44.95 BONANZA SPRAY REGULARLY 99c PRICE CLOSE - OUT BONANZA "CUE" REGULARLY 75c PRICE OF CHARLES TOWN SOLID STATE BONANZA, ALL - TRANSISTOR % REGULARLY34.95 SALE PLASTICE COVERED BONANZA OUTSIDE USE T REGULARLY 1.00 SALE 222 [ PIA? DOOR PRIZE DRAWINGS SAT., 5 P. M. "THERMOS" METAL - INSULATED REGULARLY 12.95 IMPULSE START ROTARY BONANZA PRICE BONANZA PRICE Lnnclt Rigt ReServed. 20- REGULARLY 2.97 "STOPETTE" m Metal F~ eellaneo~ Blade. 5 Ford Pu 2--8N ! Ford Cul