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PIRIT OF JEFFERSON rARM :R$ ADVOCATE AUGUST 20, 1959 3---A Deaths and i ii i I 7 Funerals l BYRON MORTON Sr. services were held Tues at 11 from the Mel- Strider Colonial Home in for Bryon Be,nsson Mor- 61 of Elizabeth, N. J., Friday morning Aug. 14, exian Brothers Hospital in af'ter a brief illness. The Guthrie, assistant to the at Charles Town Presbyter- Irch, officiated. Burial was Edge Hill Cemetery in Town. deceased, a supervisor or and Latin American developemen,ts for the Nickel Company. in Pulaski, Va., and to Elizabeth in 1935 from l%ou ge. La. Morton was employed in York office of Internat- from 1935. He was from Virginia Polyte- in 1925. He was a of World War 1, serving CORd lieutenant in France B, 16th Infantry, First The deceased was a dea- Westminister Presby,terian of Elizabeth. vi,ng are his wife, the for- Young of Charles a son, Bryon B. Morton, acting protocol officer Presidents Richard M. during Nixon's visit to a daughter, Miss Frances at home and two Frank and Christopher both of Portsmouth, Va. services were also held before the remains to Charles Town. ESSIE T. MANUEL EERie T. Manuel, o~ Mar- died Sunday at 1:15 a. Dauffh,ters Hospital ~ff a heart attack two hours earlier. in Jefferson county 65 ~he was a daughter Thomas B. and lY~ar- Welsh. She was as "M~ Ma" Manuel t6 her h'ad resided in Jefferson uncivil moving to Martins- five years ago with a Mrs. Berth Cole ~Ioff- member of the Moler of t'he Bre,thern. are the daughter, Mrs. at home; son, W.a,l;ter Bakegon; two grand- L. Cole and "l~homas ~akerton. were held Wednesday m. a,t t~he Moler Avenue of the Bret,hren with her ~he Rev. Robez~t L. Byrd, r}g. Yeas made in Eimwood S~hel~herds*to~vn. ltIARGARET A. WELLER ~Iargaret Avis Verier, Douglas W. WeHer, died on Piper Lane Road erstown, on Monday mor o'clock of complica- tions, aged 61 years. Born and reared in Charles Tow,n, she was the daughter of Elmer and Margaret Avis S~o,ne- sifer. She had been living in Hag- er~town for 'l;he past six ye'ars. Surviving are: daughter, M}s. ,Margaret Shuman; two grand- children and a s:.ster, Mrs. Pearl Beard, Washington, D. C. The body was removed to the funeral home of A. K. Coffman ,where services were held Wednes- day a f, ternoca alt 3 o'clock. In~er- men~t in R~s~t Haven Cemetery. MRS. JOHN ,P. LUCAS Services were held Tuesday at 1O a. m. i,n Arlington N, ationwl Chapel for Mrs. Sydney V. Lucas, widow of Brigadier-General John P. Lucas, formerly of Charles Town, vtho died Sa, turday ,nigh~ in Walter Reed Hospi~tal, Washing- ,ton, D. C. of a heart conditic~n. Burial was made in Na:t~onal Cem- etery there. She was a native of Charles Town and a daughter of the lapse Adrian and Mary B. Yates Wyn- koop. Her husband, a native of Kear- neysville, had held numerous high Army posts and was in charge of landing opera~tions at Anzio during World War II. Surviwng are a d,augh~ter, Mrs. ,Mary B. BowleR, Washington, D. C.; scm, Major John P. Luc'as, Jr. w}th rhe Army in Arizona; and :hree brothers--Adrian Wynkoop of Fqorid'a; Brooke Wynkoop, of New York; Francis Wynkoop, Den ver, Colo. MRS. ADI)IE I. KAVANAUGH Word has been received here by rel,a,tives and friendis of the death of Mrs. Addie Idonia Kav- anaugh, 88, widow o,f J~mes M. Kavanaug, h, a prominer~t resident of Harrisonburg, Va., who died on ,Monday morning a,t 8:25 in her apaVbment in t~he K,ava,naugh in Har~isonburg. ~Mrs. Kavanaugh 'had n~t been weN since March. A daug:hter of the la,te Nathan- iel Conrad and Rebecca Burgess Conrad, she was born on Septem- ber 30, 1870, in Ch~arles Town wlhere she spent her early life. On Nov. 18, 1881 she married Mr. Kavanauah a,nd since their mar- riage ~hey h,ave made their home in Harrison:burg, Va. Mr. Kava- nau~h who was ac,tive in civic and political affairs rand who owned and operated the Kava- naugh Hotel from 1905 until his death, died January 22, 1954. Mrs. Kavanaug,h was a devout member of t,he Blessed Sacrament Catholic*Church. Besides her n,iece Mrs. Edna Pranois of ~ichm(~nd, Va., whom she raised, the deceased is sur- vived by one sister, Mrs. Hattie Cl,i.pp of Charles Town. A requiem Mass was held on Wednesday mormng a,t 11 from 'the C~tholic Church of the Bless- ed Swc~a~ment. w~,th the ~t. Rev. F~her E. W. Johns,ton as the ',elebrant. Burial was in Woodbine WITH A FOOD FREEZER, One pork chop left? Couple of pieces of flied :hicken? An extra cooked hamburger? Wrap and store these temporarily in the freezer. WITH A FOOD Food and formula for a baby can be prepared and frozen two or three weeks In advance, and Packaged in meal-sized portions. Coffee and iced tea which are left-over can be frozen in ice cube trays and will be ready for Use in a minute's notice. , FREE rite today for your free home food freezer leaflet. Just call or 'write our home service department. [I Comotcry. MRS. FRED SOUDERS Mrs. Florence Virg,inia Souders, 89 of Summit Point died Tuesday afternoon at t~he Hillcrest Nursling 'Home in Wi,n,ches, ter, Va. where she had been a patien,t for ,t~he ,past several weeks. She was born in Hardy County W. Va. a daug~hter of the late Jo'hn P. and Amanda Combs Mil- ler. She was a member of the Bre- hren Church at M.at,hias, W. V,a. Survivors by her firs,t marriage to the late James R. Tusing are one ~an, James R. Tus,ing of Ar- lington. Three children, CHe,n and Wood- row Wil~on, botch of Flint, Mich., and Mrs. Harry Durs:t of Augusta, W. Va. survive by her second mat' riage to t.he late Joseph Wilson. Her third husb'and, the late Fred Souders, d4ed in 1946. Or)her survivors are ,two :broth- ers, Benjamin and Hesicar Mil~ler botch of Needmore, W. Va. and one si,~ter, Mrs. Vlcki Whetzel also of Need,more. Eighteen grandchild- ren and two great grandc'h,ildre,n survive also. The funeral service was condue ,ted Wednesday at 1 p. m. at the Brethren ChurOh at Mathias, W. Va. by t'he Rev. Robert Phillips .and the Rev. W. C. Mathias. Burial was in Cedar Hill Ceme- .tery at Mat.hias. H. FERRY - BOLIVAR Attention Woman and } Girls ~)f Ferry Area , i During the four d'ay's of the Centennial of the Raid at Har- pers Ferry, the com,m~tee would like t~he women and grirls of the communi;ty to dress in costumes of 100 years ago. So, Ladies, search the ~ttics or get bul~y with your sewing machine. Mrs. Gil- bert Perry, the local chairman of ,women's costumes, has procured the pat,ter,ns. The dry goods s~ore in Charles Town have a good line of inexpensive cobtons in stock. Please can Mrs. Perry for fur~her inform a,tion and if you plan to be in co~ume. Mrs. C. E. GarteR, Mrs. Howard Lemon and two sons Ronnie and Donnie spent Tuesday in Balti- more, Md. Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Collins spent last week a,t the West Rivet' ,Methodis:t Camp a,t Church ton, ~Md. They served as CounciHers. 'Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilt and sc,ns l~i(fl~ie and Stevie are spend- ing their v~ca,tion in Florida and visi,Ung a,t the home of Mr. and iMrs. Paul Battles Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Shaft and family of near Braddock Heights, .~VId. and Mr. and Mrs. Ric:hard Giffin and family of Dargon, Md. spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wig parents of 'Mrs. Shaft and Mrs. ~iffin. :IVh's. J. Donald Eackles spent the weekend with her sister Mrs. George Benjamin and family in :Silver Spring, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- ,t)hur Deckleman of MonCecello, Ark. were visitors also in the Ben jiamin home. Mrs. Deckleman is a si,~ter of Mrs. Eackles and Mrs. Benj'am':,n and t,hey are all now vie 1.ring a,t the Eackles.~ome in Boli- var. Homecomin~ Aug. 30 We hope t~hat many folks from 'far and near are pl,a,'ming to at- tend ,,t~he anniversary and Home coming Celebr,aUon a~ t~he Eben- 'eezer Methodist Church o,n Sun- day. Aug. 30. The water fountain is nearing completion and a well lie being dug. Those in c~harge ex- pected to h,ave water piped in from a mountain spring, but car- c~mst,ances beyond their control r prevented t!his a,nd the Changed plans w411 soon be completed. This th,lrd annual celebration will pos- sibly De t,he bes,t yet. Enough food is being prepared to feed a,t least 600 people. No charges. A collec- tion will be ~aken both morning and afternoon. More informatie,n in this column nex,t week. Recen,t visi,tors at the home of ~VIr. C. R. Young were his brother- in-l,aw and sister Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Thompson of F'lorlda, :Mr. and Mrs. Wen, tzell Grove and Mrs. Geo rge Bequet'te a,nd daughter Eliza- bet~h of Was,bington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Meadows have Parch,aReal a build~ng lot on Cavalier Acreas, Bolivar and ex- pect to build there in the neat- fat are. Mr. Meadows is local Met. In surance Agent. Mrs. A. Yokum of Washington, ,for~ner resident of Bolivar Heights but now of Was hlngtcn, D. C. ~pent l,as~t week at H~il,1 Top Ho- tel and was a break,fast guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Cavalier on Sunday morning. Mr. William Keller of Cumber- .land, Md. spent a few days last week with his nephew,- and neice ~Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sl,aug,hter. Dur lng his visi,t they motored to ,W,i,n- chester, Va. and to Martinsburg, W. Va. to visit relatives. .Mr. and Mrs. W T. Moore and fam,ily recen,tly visa,ted rela,bives~,~ in l%aleigh, N. C. Terry Glover of Falls Church, Va. is v~sl'Ung his grand'parents, t, Mr. and Mrs. John Glower Sr. near Bolivar. Terry w~ho wil:l be a sen- ior in Hi~ S0hool this year spent most of his life i,n B oHv,ar untAl his parents moved to t'he Virginia town nearly two years ago. Ernie Webb, a former neigh~bor and ~c~ool friend spent Monday witch Terry at the Glower home. Flremens Carnival The Annual Firemans Carnival opened on Monday evening as sc~h eduled and the rain"came and it was badly needed and naturally it cu't the a t, tendunce at the carnival quite a I~it allthou~h there were more people presen then any one e~pected. The rain feN most of Monday RaSh,t, we think,~ and it should mea,n a lot to late vege- to.rich. The carnival will continue ,through Saturday night. We hope ,to have good weat~her and a good ,a~gendance during the remainder of the week. The m on,t:hly meeting of the Of facial Board of the Bolivar Me,th- od,i~t Church ~ill be held on Mort day evening, Augus~t 24 wt 7:30 o'clock a,t the C'hurc~h. Rev. and Mrs. P. Dillard and their 4-montb~ old son Frederick Dou.glas Jr. of Nedina, C~hio spent ,~ ifew d~ys I'vE,t, week a~ the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bu,t~ts. Rev. 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