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SPIRIT URSDAY, OF JEFFERSON fARMERS SEPTEMBER 21, 1959 Deaths ADVOCATE KU, Clcatbrook. Va. K,U. a Ipatient in a Martinsburg hospital 5--A Isuffering from two broken ankles l a broken arm and head lateral,- and Funerals LEO R. FULK ,co FL. ,Fulk, 59, o4 Rt. 3, Mar- ~burg, died l,as% Thursday at 4 ra in Ci,ty Hos,pirtal. te had been employed by the ~timore and Ohio RaSh'cad. t native of Vanclevesville and life-lc,ng resident of Berkeley tl~ty, he was a son of the late Cries R. and Rosanna Tansill k. ktrviving are a son, Charles R. k, at. 3; a grandson; three ers-Mrs. Nannie Byers, Van- ~esville; Mrs. Grace Trayer, lginsburg; Mrs. Mary Slier, tries Town; foster-sis'~er, Mrs. tgal'et, Skinner, Shepherdstown 1 a number o'f nnieees and ne- ~Ws. ~erviees were held Sunday at m at Rosemon~, Kogelschatz Coffman Funeral Home, with I~ev. Howard L. Fulk officiat- lurial was in the Brethren Cem ty in Vanelevesville. MRS. HARRY DOWNS ~rs. Ethel B. Lemen Downs, [0w of Harry Downs, formerly Martinsburg and Shepherds- . Her hus,band who was an abtar- ney in Chambersburg, died in 1927 Surviving are a daughter Mrs. Harris Thomas of Exeter; who is now in Europe; three grand- c'hildren a..]d her youngest brother Joi]n E. Schley, Asheville, N. C, Funeral services were held ,in Exeter. Burial will be in S'hep~herds,town a, fter the return o,f her daughter from Euro~pe. MRS. LAURA Y. VANMETRE Funeral serv,ice's were held Mon- day afternoon a,t 2 from the Cha,r les Town Me,thodis% C,hurch for Mrs. Laura Yabes Va,nMetre, 84, wi dow of ~Melvin S, Van Metre, who died Friday night in the Charles Town General Hospital a,fter a long illnes's. Dr. R,!ehard Scholi pastor of the Charles Town Me- thodist Church, officiated and bur, ial was made in Edge Hill Ceme- tery. Daughter of the late F. A. and Emily GrilIith Yates, she was born and lived her en,ti,re life in Jefferson County. She was a life lo,ng member of the Charles Town Methodist, Church and o,f Lectown ~, died Thursday at 4 p .m. a,t LSen Beach, Fla. after a long ~Ss. ae had been in Florida for the ;two and a half years. }rn in Marrtinsburg in 1886, Farm Woman's Club for many years. A brother, Charles W. Yates of tPairmont and a sister Mrs. Es- tell Y. Sldler of North Tonawan- da, N. Y. survive with numerous nieces and ne~he.ws. PETER PAINTER Peter Painter, died in the Char- was a daughter of the late ~es William and Mary E. Sher [ Boyer. ~ice married, her firs~ hus- Il was the late David Lemen. !r her first marriage she movedles Town General HospiJt,al Thurs- ~hepherdstown where she re- day night, September 17 after an ~l most of her life. illness of several weeks. ~e was n active member of He was born in Stanley, Vs. ~:yiPresby~erian Church a,qd of M, arch 5, 1872 and was a son of organizations in Jefferson the la,te Isaac and Barbara An,n Short Painter. He nod resided in 'ving are: four daughters- Jefferson County for t~he past 25 ~. Daniel E. Dudrow, Baton years and yeas a member of t,he ~ge, La.; Mrs. John Bransford, Penrteoosta,1 Church. He is survived [IKyer, Fla.; Mrs. Henry Mot'- by two daughters, Mrs. Pete Saw- ~;Shepherdstown; Mrs. Edwarders, Charles To,wn and Mrs. Lee ~er, Vero Beach, Fla.; and Covert, Charles Town; a son Et grandchildren. James Pain,ter, Bhlemont, Vs.; one r_~e body was removed to thesister, Mrs. Vickie Mayes, Stanley, ~kles Funeral Home in Harper, Va. and 14 grande~hildre,n, 5 great grand0hildren and a number of 1T a,nd funeral services held at nieces and nephews. ;~n. on Monday in the Presby- Following brief services a,t the :In Church in Shepherdstown. :la] was in Elmwood Cemetery Smith and Strider Funeral Home :the body was removed to St,anley, Sheoherdstown. Vs. where services were held at MR~D [The Seventh Day Adven~bist Chur ch Monday at 2:00 p. m. wibh his ~neral serv.iees were held Tues pas, tor, the Rev. Roy Webs,tar, of afternoon at 4 p. m. from the ficiating. Interme,nt was in the ~home for Mrs. Mary Agnes Church Cemetery. ~d, 87, who died in Charles ions. I Kitts was pinned in his car for abou, t 45 mdnutes before he could be extricated. He could ,.not be got ten out until the Charles Town re,~cue uni,t arrived with a hydra- ulic jack. The Ring car overturned on its dde. skidded abou, t 50 feet and then caught fire. Ring was thrown from the machine and was killed outright. Dr. C. G. Power, Berkel- ey county coroner, ex'amined the body a.t the Martins~burg hospital a.nd said Ring had a fractured skull and erushed chest. The South Berkeley Volunteer Fi,re Departmen,t from Inwood was called to t'he scene and put ou.t the fire. Ambu.lances also re- sponded from both Martinsbtn'g and Charles Town. Both automobiles were demolish ed with damages estimated at a- bout $2,000. By Dorothy Bowers :Mr. and Mrs. M." H. Hindm~an of Charles Tow,n and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mills Sr. were in PurceilvJl'le. and Hamil,ton, Va, on Tuesday where t'hey at~tended the funeral and burial services o,f Mr. Hind- man's sister-in-law the la~te Mrs. C l,ara Hindman. ,Mr. and Mrs. Mills and Mr. Hindman vi,si,ted Sund,ay af,ter- .noo0n wi,t.h Mr. and Mrs. Lester G. Payne in Hills, boro and wfth Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hindman in Ham- iJt~n, Va. Mrs. William Hoak, Mrs. Frank Simo~_s and son Michael, Mrs Ai,ton Muse, Mrs. David Penwell, :Misses Esther Pope and Dorothy Bowers shopped in Mar~tinsb,~rg Thursday after,noon. Dinner guests Suiaday of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Clevenger and daugh,ter were Dr. Mildred Wil liams and Miss Peggy Alderson of Charles Town and Mr. and Mrs. ~lec Costello. Mr. and Mrs. Paul M)il.]s St. and son Paul JrJ. visi,ted Wednesday and "I~hursday witch Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Warre,n and family in W, ash ington, D. C. Paul Jr. w:ho was re- cently discharged from the Air Force has accepted employment w'fth t,he Dixie Narco Co. in Char- les Town. ' Mrs. ~ill Bo,wers a,nd son Ste- phen of Charles To,wn spent Sun i day with the formers sister Miss Elsie Edwards. ~Ml's. David Penwell, daughter Judy and Miss Lou EITa Grey were in Winchester, Va. Saturday morn i,ng on business. (Mr. and Mrs. Eiwood Bowers and son Bruce were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and M~,s. JOSel~h Mil,ton and family near Charle:; Town. MI~. Donald Frye, Mrs Frank SJmo.ns and son of Charles Town n General Hospial Su,nday a- noon after an illness o,f sev- Rites Held Wednesday days. The Rev. Stanley Haus ~eotor ,of Zion Episcopal Chur- ~- ~ l.~||| II .ILL a.ccam,pa,nied by Mrs. Will~a,m e ror m,aaleway 0u,. .oak and Miss Doro,thy Bowers spent Sunday af, ternoon in Cham- bersburg, Pa. qag served as bearers:, L. L. u*q_~ ~ ~ ~__j. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitmore ~cl Jr Leo Rodgers E L Mc h~llea In Lar wreck ai'd, j;'., Hoover Lloyd," LegGy land family of Charles Town were ~r and Paxton Marshall. , Funeral services were held Wed |visit~'s Sunday aftez'noon at the ,ae de ceaseo was me wioow oz ~osd~,, a~ 9 ~ ,~ r,.~ ~ ~,,~,, 'h(>me .o,f Mrs. Natha,niel Grey Jr. C .... ~ ~ "~ ~ .................... " ..... and family. h a~t. W. W. Lloyd who preced T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home [ Marshall McAboy Jr., U, S. N. , er in oeat:h in 1932. for William Boyd Ring, 20, o,f Mid j N,avy visited his paren%s Mr. and ~)r,n Oct. 23, 1871, she was a d'leway who was killed ~n a high- ~ter ~ the late Rufus. E.and way accident early Saturday mor IMrs Marshall McAboy and sc,n on [Tuesday. He expects to leave this ~al-e~ ~oteman M idote~aun oi ning on State Route 51 near the I week on a tour of duty to Cuba ~r~on. woun.~y ano. was a ,mem Jefferson County line The Rev. Rally Day will be observed Sun vz /,Ion Episcopal t:nurcn , am . . .' . , . .. S uel Bu,t,cher, pastor of the Mid day morning in t,he H all~tow,n Pres i ~ie las~ memo er m her Lamny dleway Methodist Church officiat- b:~terian Sunday School wi~t,h the ~,sm'vtvea ~y a son, .~aur-ed. Burial was made in t,he Mas- Young Adult Class in charge of i~. ~mya o~ E'narms "ro,wn{onic Cemetery at Middleway. the plogram. Wors~hip services will ~ne granoson an? ,one gra,no He was the son of Ernest H. ]be conducted by t.he s'tudent pas- 0h~er ~aurence w. ~lOyO, Jr. and Louise Jane Brady Ring of [tor, Mr. Gene Scud a,t 11:00 A. M. ~artes rown~, Miss.~usa~n ill- ,Middleway and a member o,f the ~myo, wfm rrans-wotuo All'- ,Middleway Me,thodisl; Church.[ '~ ~, New York City. Wi.th h, is paren,ts he is su'rvived \ I ~I-- ~ ,,n by three sisters and two brothers, I~S. CHARLES WALT~r~ Mrs. Janet Ha,mil,ton o,f Martins- I By "SS Do othy Lake rs. Charles Wal.ter, formerly burg; Elizabeth Ann, Di;:'~a June,[ ]hepherdst(~wn and Cham'bers Douglas Gordon and Johnnie ] Mrs. T. W. Di,llow and sons and L Pa. died on Thmsday ,in Mack Ring all at home [IMr. a,nd Mrs. Dale DHlow, spent 5~rd, N, H. :Martinsburg Sta~te Police said its. Wal~ter, who had resided i,n Ring was driving his car east on I Sunday wi,th Mr. and Mrs. Char- lies Gary I~iHow of Alex,andri,a. @r, N. H. in recent years was Route 51 a,t a hig,h ra,te of speed ] Mr. and Mrs. Ra:ll~h Shirley of lerly Miss Me,to Taylor Schley when it went out of comtrol on the i Wadesville, Vs. spent Sunday with ~'ghter of t~he la,te Towner and' Wes.t side ~f the Opequon Creek I Mr. and Mrs Ea,rl Wiltshire and ~iarrison SChley of Shep~herds bridge and cras,hed into a car , being driven by Gordon Ora,h,am Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wlltshu'e and son. "-~------ "-"--'--~ I i Dinner guests o,f Mrs. Mack MERCHANTS .... SEE and SAVE Hooe on Thursd,ay were Mr. and Irs. Harry Nicewarner. Mrs: Ma- ~mle WHts&ire, Mrs. Mae Webb. [}N YOUR CALENDARS, BOOK MATCHES, PENS, Mrs. Michael Rice and Mrs. Os- car Hoffma,n FABRIC ADS, VINYL, GOODS, AND STORE Mr. and Mrs. l~loyd Mil,ton and PROMOTIONS. son Kevin spent Sa,turday night ,and Sunday wi,t,h Mr. and Mrs. ~anent Display of 500 Samples [ Cowboy Calendar Will Get You i~n'ley Zombro and d+au.~h,ter of Falls Church Vs. | 20 Catalogs. Easy to See on lThousands of Sales From New and' Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. IT. E. Lake were Mr. John Kimes 16' Counters fOld Customers in I960. , " " ]By Comparing Prices You Save ]OfGeneHarrisburg,DeWaTt (ffPa"oa~rlls,le,Mr' andpa.,Mrs.Mr. ardlt Book .......... Matches Will Get [Thing[ MoneY.ThatDOn'tComesTakeAlong.the Shop~Flrst a,nd Mrs. Guy Coffel*t and Mrs. Val unareos oz Leaas zo ~ew I: [2 Cents on I000 Items Saves Youilie Carper of Winches,ter, Va. I~s. (Especially Auto Sales). l$20.60. Mrs. Mack Hooe Mrs. MAohael Pdce, Mrs. Oscar Hoffman, Mrs. ,Harry Nicewarner and Mrs. Oar- I lland Hooe Sr. ~is:i~ted at the As- i bury MeJthodis,t Home a,t Gaithers \ burg, Md. on Monday. ~VIr. and Mrs. Johnny Mil,ton ~f Kabletown, W. Va. visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton and son on M~nday evening. S[ Cpl. Gary Johnso,n and two fel tallow Marines of Camp LeJeune. N. C. and Mrs. J(~hnson were gues,L~ o,f Mr, and Mrs. Lester Johnson on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hooe and ,son and Mr. a~nd Mrs. Harry Nice warner and daughter Ruth a,btend ed t~he York Fair in York, Pu. on Sa~turday. ~ . Mr. and Mrs. Jim, Wiltshlre and sons o,f l~anson visi,ted Mr. and IMrs. L. E. Wil,ts'hire on Tuesday. Mrs. Hursell Canifo,rd and son Rmndy of Bakerton vis4:ted Mr. and Mrs. Hurseli Canlford on Tuesday. TOM LENNON WHY NOT DROP IN SOON--OR CALL 496! NORTH CHARLES STREET CHARLES TOWN, IV. VA. "IMPRINTED ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES , 16, 1959 SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P. M. (EST) 001N A ALL LOCAL CATTLE Charles Town, W. 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