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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE ' with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frye. ,ers with Mr. and Mrs, l%bert 8---B THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1961 Mr. and Mrs. Lester Viands and Frye. sons Jackie and Glenn were Wed Charles Town, West Va, nesday evening dinner guests with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands. Olher callers were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spearow of Berkeley Springs and Mr. and , , Mrs. Donald Hovermale and child ,~ ran Davie and Donna of near Jet- MRS. E. E. FURR ton. ferson Ave, town. of Ernest E. Furr died suddenly the Smith and Strider Memorial sister Mrs. Roy Pulse who is a pa- S~.,~.oaL .... Saturday aftern6on at her home Funeral Home here to Charles tient in the Charles Town General ~ ~:: : ' ::i~ ....'~ .... iii::~ .... .... .::~ ...."::~ .... !iii~ at 214 East Liberty Street here. Town Baptist Church for services Hospital. Violet we wish you ambl. Material: ActS 9:36-43. '!ii:: ii!i!~ii!~: " : .... i~i:i:i::" i!iii! ....... ii~: A native and life long residentTuesday at 2 p. m. with her pus- speedy recovery, nevoUo,al Material-* Roraan~ 12:34. ii:: i:!:" iii!ii!iii .... of Charles Town, she was born tor, the ReD. Russell J. Urquhart The Fire companies were called ~!iiiil i: O~ Sept. 22, 1878, a daughter of officiating. Burial was in Edge to the farm of Mr. Robert French [ P E N ~ ~--~-~----- i -~T~. ~ i ----~ the late David A. and Katherine Hill Cemetery. On Saturday evening. The barn Thi~ W~ Sh0 Walters Phillips. ~ they were afraid was on fire as RichardShewas a member of Charles jL.Lancaster, Richmond, CLIFTON LEE JENKINSViandsSmke was sure coming out of theofMr. Lesson for August 6, 1961LAST Judgmentis God's; H [h DM$I, 0F SUM {HANDIS[ [J L[T] Town Baptist Church. Clifton Lee Jenkins, 77 retired barn but I hear no damage was J The last of her immediate faroquarry worker of the Berkeley Eta done. fly, she is survived by nieces and tion section of Berkeley County, Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan T n:phews-Mrs. Curtis Houck and wasdied deadFridaYon arrivalUnexpectedlY'at City Hos-He and sons EugeneGerrardstown,and Ronald neighbors'but., the Thefirst veryJUdgmentfirst isis thethea ' ~ [ I CARl Va.; Thomas D. Alward, Arling.pital in Martinsburg. Floyd FawverofMartinsburgand famflys, tobesure; butDorc s [~)t)FI PRIZE [ D~II ~~ll[~l~ I D0[S ton, Va.; DeWitt P. Shipman, The deceased was born in Loud Mr. Henry Woodward of the' family is not mentioned. Dorcas iS one character whom we never Washington, D. C. and a brother, oun County, Va., July 6, 1884, a Bloomery were Saturday visitors ~ see alive; all weJ ]1 ~~ll[I ~P' ~P' 1 ~.~lll[ IM ][I THE TRICK in-law, Walter H. Shipman, Arling son of the late Robert L. Jenkins with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Viands, ~:!~ know of her ts A N Y and Rosa Moore Jenkins. He was Mr. and Mrs. Morgafi and Mr, and what the neigh. employed for many years at the Mrs. Henry Woodward had been bors thought of Baker Quarries at Millville and to Baltimore to see Mrs. Wood- her at the time "Ex/g'~ J EVEN M0F SSURE| ~ Four Mile Woods. He was a mem- ward s mother who is a patient in she died. Every- WOM &N'S J " bar of the Methodist Church. the hospital there and also a sis thing was ready [ ISAVIH6SI ItNeeDeD I)F Surviving are a sister Mrs. Mar tar to Mr. Morgan. ~~ forthe funeral, till A N Y garet Brown of Peonian Springs, Mrs. Maude Smallwood and son ~!~:l some one thoughl " ..----w--.~ " Va'; tw brthers'Nrval Jenkins iMarvin and twin daughters were 'Jenkinsf Uvilla,of W.Baltimore,Va. andMd ; alsoJseph J.a![Tuesdayformers eveninggrandsonCallersMr, andWithMrs.the[ 1 ~IA ~I Simon Peter. Per.IM fDr.Foreman hapsSendingthey expect, t MAN'S SUIT I ALWAYS T ,fly PFNN[Y I number of nieces and nephews.Funeral services were held lRanson.,IFrancis Smallwd and family in ! rate,ed the miracle' perhaps nt" At anYsimon prayed . . . and there IN THE STOR-oR [ M[RCH~ND I ~~ ?rom the Melvin T. Strider Colon Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spearow of was no funeral after all . BACK TO a lFuneralHomeinRansonTues Berkeley S pringsspenttheday [ AN [ day at 2 p. m. with the Rev. Mar- Wednesday with their son and Remembered--Foe Whet'~ via Compher of the Hillsboro daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Don A funeral is a great place for SCHOOL OUTFIT [ HERE'S JUST A FEW OF THE M Y (va.) Presbyterian Church, offic- aid Hovermale and children, memories. Every one comes ~arly FOR BOY OR GIRL. J BARGAINS YOU WILL FIND! / luting. Burial was made in Salem Mrs. Doris Herndon and daugh, and they sit there thinking aboul PRiminG CAN Churchyard near Salem. tar Melody of Washington spent their memories of the one who haSthey all remember. But if -ed I MEN,S SUM MER SUITS - " " " $10.0 / Wednesday afternoon with her died. And after the funeral they Above Not to Exce MRS. ANNIE M. CRANE parents Mr. and Mrs. Melvin , talk with one another about the I ~Vi| ~0~ ll~[ Mrs. Annie M. Crane, 81 well' Fritts. one peo- I at Retail! MEN S SPORT COATS $8.00 known local resident died Satur-' Mrs. George Morgan of Ger- pie are remembered, it is alway,' ~.~ day in Charles Town General Hos rardstown had to take Mr. Albert becauSelarOne OfnanSOmethingis MEN'S S] ORT SHIRTS - - - $I.00'[ "Hy wha! you Every ~usiness man's pital after an illness of two days. Welsh who makes his home with his funny stories, another for hi~ for hll HOW DO YOU WIN? WOMEN'S FALL DARK DRESSES. $4.00 J waut, when you Simply Sign Your l a:ne: WOMEN'S ;UMMER RESSE: [ Addre an 1 Telep u nne I Nun b rIt )c#EAT '2A WOMEN'S UMMER lATE I I)RAW SAT NIGHT 6"00 WOMEN'S SUMMER ROBES [ tar. One man is remembered fo~ his ~unn sto~ ie~,, another for hi~ bad temper, another for hh sharpness in business, another be cause he was the governor. Good bad or indifferent, we shah all be remembered for something o~ other. This Dorcas was remem bared for clothes--not the clothe., she wore but those she had madt for others. In those days a widow had no way of earning an income. and life insurance was unheard of. So Dorcas had with her ov~r~ hands made many a garment fo~ poor widows--and that was Whal the women brought to the funeral Suppose Dorcas had been n ? dreamer and an inte der. Sup. pose she had thought that making clothing for poor neighbors was somehow beneath her dignity? Suppose she had dreamed of some big thing, like changing the world so there would never be any poor veople anywhere? Good intentiolas --de~d good retentions--may be remembered at the funeral, but they are hoe cherished. Better to be remembered for one small ~i handkerchmf actually made, than . " for a princess' wardrobe intended out unmade. They Wanted Her Baok Most people at a funeral would tell you they wish they had her-- or him--back again. But all the stories about "dead" people sit. ting up in their caskets also tell ol panic in the audience. Most people who have acquired the title "Late" --like "the late John Smith"--If they came back three months after their funeral, would find themselves in an embarrassing position. Somebody else would have the old job, maybe somebody else would be livings,, in the old house worst of all, after the many nice things that were said at the funeral, it's too bad to spoil it all by going back, in real life not quite the saint you were said to be by the preacher. People really want you ~acl~ only if you are truly indispensable Dorcas was that rare kind of Per life these days is a hun]' The dbcea'sed was born in Fau- the Morgans to the General Hos- nuier County Va. Au-. 5 1879 a pital on Friday morning as he suf for time. Let us suggest daughter of tiae late Joian'Lionber fered a stroke and remains very printed forms on Ham. ger and Laura Megguier. She was lu. . . married to the late Charles L. ~ar. and Mrs. Leonard Fritts o~ mermifl papers which w!ll Crane of Charles Town, a well town. were. callers on Saturday dist, who died in 1944. Since his and Nelson. serve as. fime- vers in known realtor and former orchar- evening with thelr sons Melwn your ~uslness. - death the deceased had made her Mr. and Mrs. John Milton and home with her daughter, Sara S children of Millville. were Satur- Crane, 414 South YIildred Street day evening callers with ~heir bro FOR ALL OF YOUR Charles Town. She was a member ther and sister-inlaw Mr. and Mrs. pRINTING NEEDS of Zion Episcopal Church, Charles Melvin Tumblin and family. Town Mrs. Harry Shirley and son Rus We Are As Close As t Surviving are .two daughters- ty spent Friday evening with her Your Telephone [Miss Sara S. Crane, 414 South Mil parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Vmnd. ]dred Street, Charles Town; Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins of --- CALL 222 --- J Margaret C. Steptoe, Charles Kabletown were Saturday evening '! E [-I~ F E R S ~t~ N J Town; and son Charles L. Crane i callers with Mr. and Mrs. Obie ] Jr. of Pittsfield, Mass. Eight grand i Johnston and daughters. Ichildren also survive. ] Mrs. Ronald Wiles and daughter PUBLISHING""w.. Ikl~l~,. I Services were held from Zion Sherri of Loudoun Heights, Va Charles Town, W. Va. ]Church in Charles Town Tuesday spent the day Saturday with her ]at 2:30 with the Rev. Allen L. mother Mrs. Albert Viands and ]Bartlett, rector, officiating. Bur family. ~ ~0~NJ J ial was made in Zion Churchyard. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Woodward I " and daughter have moved(flheir I MRS{~GNES .FOSTER house trailer from his mother'~ TORCH KIT | ~r~ A,...~ w ~'-~*~r 76 wi-place to a lot on the Jones proper .complete with / dow of the" late J. ~v~r.~'TFoster, Jr. tyl~ear ~)?roBt~on~ry. " le metal case [of Charlds Town died Sunday, . ~s. . y .. ng and htt / SO in l~nlrr~anf fft~nital Fair I uaugmer ot lviartlnsourg was a /m-o~t."w: ~ra'-afi'eran"ql[ness of caller on Wednesday with her bro o,.^.:..2~^."ars I ther and sister-in-law Mr. and $9.95 /ooo. ....... ,o . , ......... Mrs unreel ~aynor ann tamlly ] The deceased was born in Char [ . . near ~,abletown lies Town, Sept. 13, 1884 a daugh-[ . _ ....... ~ar rrye was on me SInK nst ter of the late J. J. Wysong and g Wv.~nng tWO days last week. He was taken ...... :-': ........... ill while at work on the railroad I Surviving are three s~sters-Mrs. [ /C'. O l.lnbl,~or ~ow V-rk- Mr~ land had to go to the doctor. ]5" M "~Chamb[in,".Tennessee "and] Mrs. Helen Shirley of the Gener |~'r~ ]~ H~ward Br~wn Martins-]al Telephone Co. was a dinner Attachments also four brotl~ers-G. K. Wy-la~u~ st ss~eFrind.~y:i~r he:nbr~:: for Hundreds of |song, W. S. Wysong, J J. Wysong .... " ," , . . , " IT- "--'~ ~ D ~r.... "a'l of Char I Lester vianas ann sons Lester left Jobs Around "" I Friday evening to return to his " ........... o- " i ak 3 o m Dee Is L e N D Home, Shop, Farm | Funeral services were held] Mr and Mrs Donald Hovermale /from the home of the deceased at I . ".. . OLDERING ....... ,,. .... ann cmldren of Jefferson Avenue /Ru~I::|IIUIII, &l.~t:~U~, ~L O 111 Wlt.ll I SWEATING COPPER PIPE /the ReD. Allen L.YBartl~'tt, rector[were Saturday evening callers REMOVING PAINT .... ri with the latters parents Mr and [ofZmnChurch, offlcianfg. Bu al t Mrs. Albert Viands at the Bloom THAWING FROZEN PIPES .................. , .... , REPAIRING GUTTERS / Nephews of the deceased served ery. ~o ~, ...... I Sunday dinner guests with Mr. INSTALLING ASPHALT TILE .......... [ and Mrs. Bert Viands and brother [Mr. Roland WhiplJ were Mr. Har- I ry Shirley and children Judy, --BUY IT AT-- VALLEY HARDWARE CO. PHONE 278 CHARLES TOWN,. W. VA. Harry Jr., Dabble, Bobble, Donald By Mrs. Julia Whipp Viand.~and Russell of Middleway. Mr.. and Mrs. William Frye and Mr. and Mrs. William Frye and son Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stocks of Stocks all of Brunswick, Md., Mr. Brunswick, Md. and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Frye of Bethesda, Md. Sublette Chamblin of Ranson and Mr. and Mrs. Sublette Chum were Wednesday evening callers blin of Ranson were weekend call e $ BUY IN QUANTITY AND SAVE $ FREEZE GARDEN PRODUCE $ BUY SALE ITEMS AND SAVE SEE THI NIW MONEY-SAVING FOOD-FREEZERS NOW AT YOUK APIELIANCE DE~LERS & TH~ POTOMAC LIGHT & PoWEK COMPANY son. Her needle .and thread, hez practical skill, hal gone now. There was no one to take her place. Pe~ ple wanted her back, just as she was. Even God wanted her back, or Peter's prayer would have been in vain.--How much of a hole would you leave if you died today? Seven-day Religion We do not know what creed Dorcas professed. Would she have been a Roman Catholic, a Metho. d/st, a Presbyterian? We are not told. How long every day did she sit reading the Bible? Was sh~ high church or low church? Wha~ did she do with her Sabbath days? We do not know,---nothing wa., said about these items When Pete~ came to that upper room. Th~ things the women showed hi!z, were things that Dorcas mad~ or ~eek-days, no doubt. It was wha~ she did on week-days that mad~ ~er memorable and beloved'. No~ we do know one thing abom t~er mind and heart. She is ealle~ simply a "disciple," She was a follower of the Lord Jesus, she believed in him above all. But having said this important thing about Dorcas, Luke {writing Aot~ at once says, she was full Of good works and charity Maybe she was full of enthusiasm--of kind words --of true doctrine--.of good looka PENNEY'S NEVER SRL SECONDS OR IRRE6ULARS.-ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY! -- S P E C I A L -- --of education, o~ what not Tha~ was not the point. That was not GIRL'S COTTON the way she was remembered. 8h~ BLOUSES Was full of good works r ' ( a.ed ,. o.,m., Yes that Price is cor- che DivlIJ.n of Chrlstlan lCdleatloI, NaUonal C.unll .f the Churh.. @| rect--and Now in Time ,Chrlst in th~ U. 8. A. ~.eleased for Your Back to School. Sizes 8 to 14. for $ ,00 MEN'S ITEMS REDUCED Khaki Pants, Hats, Sport Shirts, Smnmer Pants, Swim Suits. $ .00 to INFANTS ITEMS REDUCED Sunsuits, Diaper Shirts, Snapcroteh Crawlabouts, Bib Playtogs, Etc. c to $ .50 WOMEN'S ITEMS REDUCED , 3-Piece Sets, Slacks, Bermudas, Shorts, Cul- lottes, Blouses, Skirts, Dresses Swim Suits, Hats, Halters Too *? SUMMER SHOES REDUCED 86 Childrens $ & GIRL'S ITEMS REDUCED Dresses, Slacks, Shorts, Blouses, Skirts, Knit Tops, 2 Piece Sets, Swim Suits, Halters, Etc. to BOY'S ITEMS. REDUCED Hats, Caps, Knit Shirts, Sport Shirts, Swim Trunks, 2 Piece Sets, Summer Pants, Shorts, Coats. C tO All Remaining Sprring & Summer Piece 6oods c and c Yard" --S P E C IA " I WOMEN'S TAPESTRY SLACg New Fall Dark Tones New Colors--Sizes 18--High Rise---10 Cotton--6 New Colors. Talk of Bangkok: "Cold war" fails to arouse Thais. PENNEY,S STORE HOURS:-...Mon.-Tu :-Thu 9 to 5-Wed. 9 to 12-....Fri. & sat. 9