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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE AUGUST 6, 1959 2---A Deaths and Funerals 1 VAN BLUE WILSON services were he'ld Tues 8 p. m. from the Melvin T. Colonial Funeral Home in for Van Blue Wilson, 83, about 12:10 Sunday mor his home on Sout~h C'hurclh Town. He had bee,:~ [rig heallLh for four years for four weeks. T,he Rev. McoDnald, pastor of Char rl Presbyterian Church, of The body was then re- Lo Cumberland, Md. where le services were held at Cemetery Wednesday at P. m. wit'h the Rev. Fred of the Charles Town Pres Oh,~rch, oflicia,ting. of Hampshire county, a son of the late Michael a,~ld Miranda Taylor Wilson. a member of Crharles erian Ohurch and of No. 80 A. F. and A. ring are: his wife, Mrs. l~anson Wilson, at home; sister Mrs. Mary T. Miller Town. i Her oonly survivors are nieces and ne,phew~. and was believed to be Jeff- oldest resident, Thursday evening at the of a nephew, Nathaniel at tialltown. remarkabley alert almost to the end, hay ill only about two Zgo and could discuss vi- Civil War events of her and other recollections that reached from t~he Lo the space age. 16, 1856, daugCnter of and Frances Clipp Gray, ~rnace section of Jeffer- s~he was a life-long res the county. She had liv- l~he nephew, N~thaniel r the pas=t 59 years, the at Hallto,wn. The body was taken to the Eack lee Funeral Home where services were conducted Saturday at 2:30 p. m., wi,th burial in Edge Hill Charles Town. MISS FANNIE B. MORGAN Services were held Wednesday a 11 a. m. at Trinity Episcopal ChurCh, She l2herdstown, for Miss Fannie Bowly Morg,an of Shep- ,herdstow;a who died la~te Saturday evening in t'he Gateway Nursing Home near Hager.%own, Md. af- ter an illness of abou~l, four and a half years. The Rev. H. Douglas Fontaine, rector, officiated and burial was made in Elmwood Cem etery in Shepherdstown. Bearers were: Ray Harris, Eug- ene Kauffman, Joe Ware, Lige Miller, Marvi:l DeLauney, Walter Knott and Lewis McDonald. The deceased born near S'hep- herdstown, Nov. 20, 1893, has been at the nursing home about two weel~s. She was a daughter of t~e la,te Augustine Charles and NANCY AGNES GREY Frances R. Bowly Morgan. Nancy Agnes Grey who Surviving are: three sisters- been 103 her nex.t bir- !Mrs. Ann,a J. IAnde,ukohl, Balti- more, Md.; Mrs. Augusta J. Phil lips and Mrs. Charles Johnson, ATTENTION MERCHANTS! SAVE ON FAIR AND CHRISTMAS GIVE - AWAYS! Selection Too ! SEE THEM AT LENNON'S Shepherdstown; and four brothers A. C:h.arles and Russell H. Mor- g,an, She pherdstown William A. Morgan, Palm Harbor, Fla.; Stu- art G. Morgan, Sharpsbflrg, Md. MARION LEE BARROW Services were 'held Wednesday afternoon at 2 from the Brown Funeral Home in ~Vlartinsburg, for ,Marion Lee Barrow, 41, who was ,found dead at his home near In- wood early Monday morning. The Rev. Samuel Butcher, 'pas~tor of the *Middleway *Methodist Church of which he had ~been a vnember, officiated and burial was made in Rosedale Cemetery i,u lVlavtinsburg Barrow was ,found in a small outbuilding at his thome witJh a bullet wound in l~As temple w~hich State Police said apparently was self-infli~ted. l~arrow, ,a derrick operator ~for Standard Lime and Cement Com- pany, was ,born in bhe county on Oct. 18, 1917, a son of Stanley W. a,ud ~Susie V. MeFillian Barrow, al so Of Inwood, l~t. 1. He was ~a member of ,Middleway Methodist ChurCh. SurViving are: ~his wife, IMrs. Na omi Shirley Barrow, :at home; son ~arion L., Jr. a% home; daughter, Susie A. Barrow,wt home; ,five bro Vhers-Paul D. and Kennet~h Bar- i row, Inwood; Robex~ E. Barrow, l%idgeway; Fred Barrow, Vancle- vesville; ,Max Barrow, Charles Town; a sister, flVlrs. Trances Stew ~art, Inwood; and his ,parents. North Charles St. Town, W. Vs. Many West Virginia plants still specialize in cttt glass tableware a~d ot~her items requiring bhe ~fin: est craftsmans,hip. I PEOP ES " STRICTLY FRESH '/I/ f~ / /i ./, 17 Charles Town, W. Va. Nabisco Oreo o r Swiss Creme/~lm~C SANDWICHES ~,o~ Hawaiian Frozen I~ 6 oz PUNCH o= ;43c LANCASTIER BRAND HOUSE flULL,~- '~I Duffs Frozen ll~ C.OV~...,,O ~19~ ~ ~'~ - iI ~ Townleye BUBBLE BATH Enter the Contest "Name the Lion" KAR0 SYRUP Red, Green or Blue Labels 24-oz bat 25C UNDERWOOD DEVILED HAM BENNETT'S FIX-A-DRINK All 12-oz 37c Flavors bat 4 LANCASTER BRAND TENDER, GENUINE SPRING TASTY SKINLESS [i Ib :ii Lancaster Lean lb CUBE STEAKS pkg " , !:i (Smaller Quantities 81ightly Higher) , ~ whole legs lb 19= ,o 69= 49c 89= Smaller Quantities tb Slightly Higher k_ ~C P u 31-42 Count 5 Ib box $3.39 Ib Beef, Turkey or Chicken tar FIRESIDE SLICED BA "Flip-Top" Pack! 1-1b Easy to pkg Store and Us~ .................. :::.: ................................................... '"- ".. ......... '" ........ '. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: : :,.,v-:: ,: ~::;~ :.~,,:~ /i!! i~ ~!:~ ! !i