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September 15, 1966     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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September 15, 1966

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B LB C m C Ib m / m m m s 20 bag 79 2:39 5! 29 ozi Sl P OZ oz! 89 7-10 oz i Sl L ! II Y MUSSELMAN'S Coffee CREAM - WHOLE KERNAL rC 10 oz J OZ J OZ $ oz cans $ oo oz cans O0 OZ cans oz cans ez cans s 5-17 oz cans Sl $ O0 2pti 45c G size F21ENDLY HOME- OWNED C SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1966 A--8 MRS. MOLLIE S. GLASSFORD Funeral services were held Mon day 2 p. m, from the Summit Point Episcopal Church for Mrs, Mollie S. Glassford, widow of S. C. Gl ssford, of Summit Point, who died Saturday morning in C,harles Town General Hospital where she had been a patient the past two months. The Rev. William V. Brook, Jr., and the Rev. Francis H. Wade, officiated and burial was made in the Masonic Ceme- tery at Middleway. Daughter of Robert E. and Sar- ah Edwards Boyd, she was born in Jefferson County, December 18 1890. Mrs. Glassford was a member of the Summit P int Episcopal Church, Ladies Aid Society, Wo- man's Auxiliary and tJhe Wizard Clip Farm Woman's Club of Mid- dleway. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Guy Miller and Mrs. Calvin Fleming, both of Charles Town; five sons - Allen B., Donald G. and George R., all of Summit Point; James C.. Annandale, Va.. and John E.. Williamsport. Md., one sister, Mrs. Jennie Brady, Summit Point; 20 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren and say. eral nieces and nephews. THOMAS NEILL CARPER Funeral services will be hem Friday at 2 p. m. from the Eackles Funeral Chapel in Har- pers Ferry, for Thomas Neill Carper, 62, of Charles Town, who died Tuesday night at the Locust Grove Home for the Aged, where he had resided for a long time. The Rev. Harold R. McClay, Jr., Harpers Ferry, will afficiate and burial will be made in Fair- view Cemetery in Bolivar. The deceased was born in Mid- dleway, W. Va., April 29. 1904, a son of the late William E. and Alva Athey Carper. He was a carpenter by trade un,ti] his re- tirement and for many years he was in the repair business. Surviving are one son, Marcus N. Carper, Ran.son: two daug.h- ters.-Mrs. Alva L. Potts, Bolivar; and Mrs. Nancy C. Cameron, of Fairfax, Va.; four grandchildren; three sisters--Mrs. Edith Peer and Mrs. Nellie Shreck, both of Char- les Town; and Mrs. Edna Swartz of Lancaster, Pa.; and Frank Carper, Charles Town and Ray- mond Carper of Alexandria, Va. Some Job FROM PAGE -- 1 The meeting of the Sate Lib- rarians Association to be held in Fairmont, Sept. 6-7, will be at- tended by Miss Jane Hunter, Li- brarian of Shepherdstown High School. The board a4so gave approval to the operation of the Richard Forre Private School for the 1966-67 term for aVendance of pttpils in lieu of attendance at public schools. The school, a pri. vately operated venture, is lo- cated at the Wild Goose Farm l near Shepherdstown. The board also set a special meeting for Sept. 20 at 7 p, m. to meet with Dr. D. D. ttarrah, Director of Educational Planning of the State Department of Ed- ucation at which a discussion will be held on planning procedure for the improvement of school facilities as well as the upgrading of the school program. The Board also decided to change it's regular monthly meet- ing date from the second Wed- nesday of each month to the sec- ond Tuesday at 7 p. m. No Personal FROM PAGE 1--A u were operated by Charlotte C. Knotts, Ridgeley, Minn., John C. Goolrick, of Fredericksburg, Va. and Lawrence D. Weeks, Alex- andria, Va. Driver of the nttmber three car, weeks, was charged with failure to have his vehicle under corttrol by State Trooper Tony DivRa. The damage was esti mated at $1,200., A tire blowoctt was blamed for a single car crash Sunday at 8 p. m., three miles west of town on U. S. Rotate 340. A car driven by Edward J. Burton, BaFcimore, Md., went out of control and ripped ottt 10 feet of fence owned by John Porter Burns. Stafte Trooper Tony DivRa pla- ced no charges in the mishap. A two-car collision also occurr- ed Saturday morning bottt 9:30 on U. S. Route 340, East of Char- les Town, when a 1960 Chevrolet being driven East on the highway by Calvin Emery Alger, 28, of Harpers Ferry, struck the rear of a car being driven by James Elmer Taylor, 40, RFD 1, Harpers Ferry. State Trooper Arthur said damage to the two cars amounted to bout $100. Alger was charged with drunken driving and for driwing w.ithout a valid operator's license. At 9 p. m. Saturday a car driven by Bernard Shitlingburg, Shenan- doah Junction, struck a parked car owned by James E. Ander- son, Berryville, Va., on North Lawrence Street. Shepherdstown Council Names Thomas Barrick Thomas L. Barrick, of East Main street, Shel herdstown, was appoir ted Tuesday nigl t by the Shepherdstown Council to fill the vacancy left on the body wi h the resignation of W. W. (Bill) Hammond, who resigned to be- come a member of the Jefferson County Board of Educa on. Barrick is a teacher at Souh Junior-l-ligh School in Martins- burg. ' CALL: MIC0 CORP. Martinsburg, West 267-8927 Sept. 15-2t Read The