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6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7,1978 DEATHS--- FUNERALS MRS• AGNES ANDERSON Mrs. Agnes Viola Anderson, of 216 North Lawrence Street Charles Town, died Sunday in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Bern May II, 1911, in Jefferson county, a daughter of John W. and Annie Palmer Boyd, she was a retired former employee of the Lori Lynn Perfection Garment Company. Her husband, Jack W. Anderson, died in 1969. She is survived by two sons, Junior M. Anderson, San Diego, Calif.; James E. Anderson, Ranson; five daughters, Mrs. Eugene <madeline) Chrisman, Mrs. Ralph (Kathleen) Mills, Mrs. William M. (Barbara Shutts, all of Charles Town, and Mrs. William (Peggy) Turner, Ranson, and Mrs. Jimmy (Dorothy)Burris, New Market, Va.; 15 grandchildren; one great grandchild; and three sisters, Mrs. Emma Griffith, Mrs. Lottie ,Anderson and Mrs. Elsie Sowers, all of Charles Town. 'MRS. LUCILLE A. CHAMBLIN Funeral services were con- ducted Tuesday afternoon from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home for Mrs• Lucille Agnes Chamblin, of 215 East 10th avenue, Ranson, who died Saturday in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The Rev. Mark Mc- Donald officiated, interment was in Edge Hill Cemetery. The deceased was horn April 16, 1915, in Jefferson county, a daughter of Edward and Emma Clem Anderson. She was retired, formerly employed by the C.L. Robinson Corporation. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Joyce Wilcox, Pownal, Vermont; Mrs. Wanda Pearson and Mrs. Emma Jane Slusher, Ranson; a foster daughter, Mrs. Janice Watson Martinsburg; 11 grandchildren; one great grandchild; three sisters, Mrs. Virginia Brook- man, Mrs. Marie Carey and Mrs. Mable Mills; and three MRS. LILLIAN S. FORNEY Services were conducted last Friday at First Baptist Church in Hagerstown, Md., for Mrs. Lillian S. Forney, 79, of Hagerstown, who died Tuesday, August 29, in Washington County (Md.) Hospital. The Rev. G. Bartow Harris officiated, burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery. The deceased was born in Berryville, Virginia, a daughter of Charles B., and Bessie G. Sprout Locke, and was a member of the First Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband, Thomas D. Forney, at the home; two daughters, Miss Gwen Knell Forney, at the home, and Mrs. Vedah Beaver, Hagerstown; a son. John T. Forney, Hagerstown; two grandchildren; and a brother, Roy O. Locke, Berryville, Virginia. TOMIE E. WINES Tomie Elias Wines, 54, a former resident of Clarke County, Va., died Monday, Augusta 28, in Hershey, Pa. The deceased was born May 18, 1924, Funeral services were con- ducted Wednesday afternoon from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home. The Rev. Richard Neal officiated interment was in Edge Hill Cemetery. MRS. MAXINE J. COMBS Funeral services were con- ducted last Saturday from the Romney (W• Va.) Christiar Church for Mrs. Maxine Jane Combs, 55, of Romney, who died Tuesday, August 29, in Win- chester Memorial Hospital, burial was in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Augusta, W.Va. The deceased was the daughter of the late James R. and Nora Mac Swisher. She is survived by two sons, Cleo M. Combs of Austine Florida, and Donald M. Combs *Summit Point, W.Va.; two daughters, Mrs. Betty J. Shoemaker of Germany, and Mrs. Dorothy E. Shanholtz of Augusta, W.Va.; a brother Canzy Smith of Augusta; a sister, Mrs. Sylvia Collins Kirby, W.Va.; and eight grand- children. RAYMOND W.FRIES Raymond William Fries, 79, of Michigan City, Indiana, a for- mer resident of the Martinsburg area, died there last Friday. He was horn February 11, 1899, in Clarke County, Va., a son of the late James C. and Dora Scrivener Fries. He is survived by his wife and nine children in Michigan City; a daughter by a previous marriage, Mrs. Donald (Alia Lee) Brumback, Charles Town; brothers, Bryan, Carl and Leroy Anderson, all of Ransom A son, Donald Anderson, preceded her in death. HARRISON M. MILLER Harrison Morrison Miller, 89, of Winchester, Va., died Friday in the Veterans Hospital at :Salem, Va., The deceased was born November 9, 1888, at Mechanicsburg, Pa., a son of the late Moses S. and Lavina Miller. He was a retired farmer, a veteran of World War I, and a member of the Roosevelt Church of God in Winchester. Surviving are two sons, the Rev. Harry M. Miller, Suffolk, Va.,, and Elmer H. Miller National City, Calif; two daughters, Mrs. Elsie M. Lee Winchester, and Mrs. Mabel E. Petterson, Pasadena, Md.; two step-sons, Arthur Mason and Robert Mason, Bakerton, W. Va.; two step-daughters, Mrs. Gretta Light of Mt. Falls Route, Va.; and Mrs. Ethel Breeden, Elkton, Md. and a sister, Mrs. Viola Campbell, Shippensburg, Pa. Services were held Wednesday morning at Roosevelt Boulevard Church of God in Winchester. The Rev. R. Gary Caruthers officiated, burial was in Mount ' Hebron Cemetery, Winchester, KURT O. STABENAU Kurt Otto Stabenau, 75, of Purcellville, Va., died unex- Wednesday, August 30, in the Loudoun Memorial Hospital in Leesburg, Va. He was born Sept. 18, 1902 in Berlin, Germany, a son of the in Clarke County, a son of Mrs. Pearl Pearson of Berryville and the late Elias Wines. In addition to his mother he is survived by his widow, Evelyn Mae Wines; two daughters, Anna Marie Puffenberger, of Winchester, and Patsy Lee Snow, of Martinsburg; a son, Scott Van Wines, Martinsburg; five grandchildren; four sisters Goldie Gray of Berryville, Pearl Wilt and Shelby Rannalds, both of Keyser ; May Ella Sowers of West Virginia; four brothers Claude Hogans, Baltimore, Md.; Dan Wines, Maryland, Kenneth Wines, Keyser and Billy Wines. Berryville. Services were conducted Friday from the John H. Enders Funeral Home in Berryville by the Rew Darryl Maxwell with burial in Green Hill Cemetery in Berryville. TYRONE M. NELSON Funeral services were held Saturday, Sept. 2, from the King's Apostle Holiness Church of God, in Ranson, by the Rev• Bishop Eugene E. Baltimore, for Tyrone McDonald Nelson, 19, of 431 S. Lawrence Street, Charles Town, who died from a seizure while swimming in a swimming pool at the Lewisburg (W. Va.) Greenbrier Institute. Burial was made in the Duffields cemetery. The deceased was a student at the Greenbrier Institute. He was horn in Charles Town, a son of John and Shirley McDonald Nelson, on July 15, 1959. He had been at the Greenbrier Institute for some time. Surviving in addition to his three sisters, Mrs. Grace King, late Mr. and Mrs.OttoStahonnu. parents who reside at 431 S. Mrs. Mary Eddy and Mrs. Mr. Stabenau was a retired Frances LeDane, all of Mar- mechanical engineer with 31 Lawrence Street, in Charles tinsburg; and a brother, Nor- years of service in the depart-. Town, he is also survived by the man E. Fries, Sheridan, Man- ment of the Navy; he was a following four sister, Venus, tana, member of the Holy Trinity Veronica, Vanda and Vida, all at the home and three brothers interment .......... Nelson, also all at the home. • ,ions tmn; ano was a reurea to. MRS JOSEPHINE EVANS Cmdr with the Naval Reserve Mrs. Josephine Emilia Evans, from i954 to 1962. wrwww%%r 69, of Edmbur' g, Va., died" Surviving are his wife,. Mrs. SUMMIT POINT Sunday in Shenandoah County Agnes Virginia Hawk Stabenau ........ w mrs aoyce uaotpn (Va.) Memorial Hospital. The at the home; one son, Kurt . deceased was horn August 4, Stabenau, Round Hill, Va.; two Dial 725-7909 • • " n L' "L  A Am 1909, m Connellsville, Pa., a sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Kuh, vv-v.vvrvv- daughter of the late Joseph and Freiburg, Germany;. Mrs. llse Katherine Orndorff VanNosdein. Puskeppel, Bremen, Germany; _ Last Wednesday Mrs. •Helen She is survived by a daughter, and two grandchildren• urown oI avannan, lmnois, ano Gwinn Evans. of Edinburg; a Funeral services were con- her daughter, Miss D!anne Brown of t)avenport, owa, son, Evan lvans of Charles ducted Saturday morning at the Town; two grandchildren; two Eackles Funeral Chapel in arrived atere::nMardasnd n sisters; a half-sister and two Harpers Ferry. The Rev• Mike Mrs. wooGro half-brothers. Kretsinger officiated, interment Jimmy to spend several days A funeral service was con-, was in Crest Lawn Gardens, with them• _An_,d then on Sunday .................. i West Friendshi" Md Mr. Cameron s nephew and his gtlcteo Tuesnay alternoon a me " " " . ,,^ t,. o,a ,o Barr,, John H. Enders Funeral Home **** _' run .motored''f'rom South in Berryville, Va. The Rev. The idea that the  e ..... William Brook officiated in ., . .... t:arodna to me t:ameron nome , -L worto s ewt explains  .... main their house terment was in Green Hill much of what we read and an,wl),rem,oao,, Cemetery. hear gu ............... . I °°°°°°°°°" "°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°°° 1 ! SUE'S BEAUTY SALON [  304 East Liberty Street CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. Ca//anytime for an appointment- 725-796 ! I OPEN MONDAY thru SATURDAY Walk-ms Welcomed i 10% off all. : $ CDB/MAI. perms and Frostings ! Sept. 5 thru Sept. 16 $ .......... - --i ]k SUE STAUBS -- owner & operator 4 • August 31-2T -w--v--v--v'--v--v--v--vvv ,v v v vv v v v v vvv' vv vv vv vv The Reverend and Mrs. David Wood and daughters Heather and Dawn spent an enjoyable vacation camping for several days at Black Water Falls, and later during the week spent a couple days at the lodge at Canaan Valley State Park. They returned to the village on Saturday, and Sunday evening entertained their friends the Reverend and Mrs. James Towen of Harpers Ferry at dinner in the home. The Jefferson County Fair kept everyone busy this week, but birthday continue to make the news. On Monday Mr. and Mrs. Larry Shanholtz honored their daughter Cindy on her llth birthday at a family gathering in their home. Those on hand to share cake and ice cream with her were her paternal grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and Miss Beverely Shanholtzer all of Winchester, her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and Jimmy Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Carper and Rabble, and Mrs. Eddie Davis and J.D. On Friday Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crim and Melody helped to honor the latter's mother, Mrs. Retha Rndgers, on her birthday at a small party given by her husband Mr. Ted Rodgers in their home at Walnut Grove. Also Mrs. Rodgers' daughter Ms. Virginia Cross and son-in-law and daughter Mr. and i Mrs. Walter Smallwood and daughters Maggie and Shannon were present at the festivities. Mark Rudolph celebrated his 16th birthday at a small dinner party given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph, in their home on Friday•Deanna Spunich of Kabletown, Karen and Dang Stamey and Paul and John Rudolph were his guests and they were joined briefly later by Mrs. Clay Stamey and his paternal grandmother Mrs. Bentley Rudolph of Charles Town. Also Friday was Danny Mills 14th birthday. He celebrated at Lakewood, New Jersey with his mother Mrs. Mollie Nobrega and sister Necole where they were vacationing for the holiday weekend. Tuesday evening Mrs. Clay Stamey and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph attended a surprise baby shower given for Mr. Randy Funkhouser, Jr. at her home in Charles Town by the Vineyard Workers of the urch at Middleway. Congratulations! Mr. and Mrs. Nick Snyder are now the proud parents of a beautiful baby boy horn on Wednesday morning at the Winchester Memorial Hospital. His parents have named him Kevin Nicolas and he weighed 81bs. and II ozs. at birth and measured a long 22 inches. Kevin is the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Snyder and is the first Snyder boy in the generation. Early this week Mr• and Mrs. Phil Creamer and children, Julie and John Philip, of Locust Grove, motored to Colonial Beach in Virginia to vacation for several days. Upon their return [John Phillip left for Peterkin in Romney to attend the weekend Diocesan youth Convention, He returned on Sunday iust in time to help celebrate the birthday of Julie and Miss Anna Creamer at an annual party that is given at the Creamer home. Seventy-nine members of Mr. Creamer's family attended the gala affair making it a most enjoyable family reunion. On Saturday many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stamey and children arrived at their former home to help them move into their lovely new home in Shady Acres. The house is a split foyer style and is situated in a grove of trees. It is with regret that we must say good-bye to such fine Monday Mr. Blaine Holiday of neighbors, but we do indeed Martinsburg and Mrs. Bentley rejoice with them and wish them Rudolph of Charles Town visited well in their new locality, at the home of Mr. and Mrs• Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and Donnie• Kenneth Crim and Melody en- joyed dinner at the Bonanza The fatality rate on the Steak house in Winchester• nation's highways since 1955 has Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glasford fallen from 6.34 deaths per 100 left on Friday morning ac-million vehicle miles to 3•25 companied by their daughter Vicki and Mrs. Lydia Menear for Berea, Kentucky. They detoured to Buchanon, W.Va. to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Menear, son and daughter4n4aw of Mr. Menear, where the latter remained as a guest for the weekend. The Glassfords con- tinued on to Berea College where Vicki is enrolled and plans to study elementary education. They enjoyed the planned ac- tivities for the weekend on campus and finally said good- bye to Vicki and returned home by way of Buchanon to pick Mrs. Menear. They arrived home on Monday afternoon. We share Vicki's ecitement and wish her well in her studies and new lifestyle. On Labor Day Mark, Paul and John Rudolph were invited to spend an enjoyable afternoon swimming at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Spunich and family of Kabletown. Also on deaths by the end of 1977, ac- cording to the U.S. Department of Transportation. We are pleased to announce that we now have FLORSHEIM SHOES FOR MEN ROUND 00,iI DANCERS The Round House Square Dancers will Friday evening, 8 o'clock at the Moose Home. learn to square to attend. l i !NOVEMBER 7TH IS TION DAY. OPTION AND All-gear drive gives workpower, saves American-built. Handles 5' mowers. 12" plow, tiller, 48" snowblow. 4' Sales and Service ˝ ton loader log-splitter. Financing Available our display today. R. ZACHGO and SONS Rt. 7 East, Winchester, Va. (Behind Denny's ;,,,DODGE VOLVO IH DODGE VOLVO IH DODGE VOLVO IH VOLVO USED CAR CLEARANCE! AT CLARKE MOTORS I SIZES 7˝- 13 WIDTHS B - E E E PRICED FROM s38.K THROUGH $62.00 MANY STYLES FROM MilCH TO CHOOSE. .r z_ SHOE CENTER o 237 W. Washington St. CHARLES TOWN,W.VA. PHONE: 304-725.7776 1975 VOLVO 245: Automatic transmission, > station wagon .............. 1975 VOLVO s4495 T00A.JI:0000L.IN 242: Automatic transmission, s399 $  oir-condifioner .............. 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