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Damascus, Mrs Mabel .Giles of Graveslde servlces were held . Cole, Mrs. Marlene Hackley and '~ FA1LM~R' . i " M I I . SPIRIT JEFFERSON S ADVOCATE ~'reoer cK, rs. ~stette wunams v'rmay, bept zu, at 11 a. m. InI,~-"----~/~ [ I two children, of Sandy Hook, Md, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1969 A---4 I of Hawaii; and the following Cedar Hill Cemetery in Harpers/,I~ / I] [were Friday evening visitors of . , ~children, Nellie E. King of Brans Ferry, for the infant daughter [ ~ == == == ~ [ [Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and it" -- ro "-~." xn" : ( - ~ : wick, William H Morris of Dam- of Jose Ramond and Historia I ! |11 IX~ ! family w" n a g wm " ner mot,l)eDuie wiles, mrs virginia t J~ ltMM~ " . ascus, Leo A. Morris and Dorothy Janetta Conway Delgado, of New ! ====.===Am ]~-"m-~ I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cogle, of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Powell and Whltehair and son, Mr. and Mrs. PUblished Every Thursday t C Johnson of Burkittsville, Hen- York City, N. Y who died in,I~D|][t~ [ --.~=~ . [ ] Brunswick, Md, are about ready son Ricky spent the day Saturday Lewis Edwards and son Kenny, By The Je~J~ol~ Publl~hing CO Inc v" rietta N. Moten of Knoxville, premature birth Sept. 25. [ ~ ] I to move into their nl~w home they with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stevenson ~lo North George St C~rtes Town, W. Va. Zip 2~14 Mrs. Sarah Gilbert of Bartons- In addition to the parents, the I i. ' ~ ' have built at Keyes~ Ferry Acres. I Powell in Hamilton, Va. and children, Bill, Brenda and ville, Miss Geraldine Morris of infant is survived by a brother September 30, 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Lon Staubs and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hover-iDavid, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilad- second c~ua Po,~age Paid ,~t Charl~ Town Poatomce Baltimore, Miss Shirley Morris of and the grandparents. Mrs. Del- Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate ] daughter, Robin, were guests on I male of Ranson, and Mr. and Mrs. I brand, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Crum Max drown, Manffiger ~ non Renteh, ~ews Eait~ Burkittsville; two brothers, Henry gado is the daughter of Mr. and Charles Town, W. Va. Sunday of bis parents, Mr and Ii Biel~Y sVuina~ds caO~l Murriel HilL land ch!ld~n, Bruce at rid ?onb?y, Morris of Charles Town, and Rob- Mrs. Henry Conway of Bolivar t Gentlemen: I Mrs. Harry Staubs and family ,in ; y ers wltn lwr. anu I ~vtr. rreu ~mpe, iv~ ----Memtmr--- eft Morris of Burkittsville; 36 --.----------- Enclosed you will find check'Bakerton. Mrs. A. Viands. Randy Darr, Mrs. Carrie Crum, west virginia Press Association - National Newspaper Association grandchildren, six. great-grand- LUTIIER CRAIG DODSON covering my subscription renewal i Mr. and Mrs. Timmy Stewart I Sunday dinner guests with Mr. Miss Sharen Whirley, Ricky You- l children ann a number o~ nieces "fi~nnav~l ~,~,~i ~q wo,/ ho~d effective October 1. I join the and children, of Halltown, Mrs. land Mrs. Joe Milton were Mr. ng and Terry Martin and Larry National Adve~ug l~pre~ut~flve n s [ andephew. ~ ~ this mornin~ (Thursdav~ at 11 many Jeffersionians who enjoy Juanita Buzzard and daughter, I and Mrs. Ray Marcas and son and Hildebrand. Donnm will report American Newspaper Represen~a~ives. m~ [ ~ I o'clocl~- from tl~e Melvin'T Stri- keeping abreast of the County Christine, were Sunday dinner f-daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mil-. back to Camp LeJeune, N. C and Atl~nt~ -- Chicago -- Detroit -- Lo~ Angeles -- New York -- San Fr~ncisco THURSDAY CTOBER 2, 1969 [ JOHN E. CLARK !der Colonial Funeral Home in news via your excellent Spirit- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Co- ton all of Winchester, Va Mr. Charles will report back to the land Avenuel Chambersbur~, Pa, Dodson' 3 months old son of He~- ] Best wishes to the staff. I Mr. Willie Everhart, who is liv- ] Kevin of Millville and Mr. and [ - ~" " ' " " Sincerley, ling at Mrs Martha Ott's at Mt Mrs. Johnie Milton and sons of~ . [died recently in the Chambers- bert Manuel and Add Drone Cas-[ . . ." . I D K,J, f 0~ ~ 4 W [burg, Pa hospital. And services tell Dodson, of Leetown, who died ~rs. ~eorgeD. Beneaum, Jr. t lvussmn, is getting a iong.weh .a.~-/ near town. I IIUm~ll JOIIl~ IIILIIGI-U~, [were held in the John O. Park Sept 30, in Charles Town Gen-I z~ ~rlan ~eet.~er nawng me m~ra cas~ on msI Mr. and Mrs. Milton Popkins, today's world, the dedication of 4-H Club members[Funeral Home in Chambersburg eral Hospital, following an ill- tiarrisourg, renna 17 oa leg wmcn was .roKen in JUly; ne/of gabletown were Sunday after |ch e[ A[v rez fl t and burial was ' made in the ness of a week. Burial was made I says me cast ~:~tl ~e taken o~ in j noon callers with her daughter, I shines forth as a special source of pride for all of us. October / Norland Cemetery there in Pleasant View Memory Gar- - 446 Rooseve!t Drive October permanently t Mrs. Josephine Johnston and dau ,~ ,~,~, 5th through October llth is National 4-H Club Week, and/ He was owner of Pine Acres dens, near Martinsburg. [ rauan~see, rloriua 3z~ot~ Skating Party I ghters, Joyce ~and Bonnie. [~ U~} |~e~ae~e e ~eptemoer 17, 1969 / Mr and Mrs Melwn Frltts were at this time that. our pride is. made, public, reflecting/ Cottages and Recreation area in In addition to the parents, th I~ ~ Th- - ~ " " I the feelings of the entire commumty. Head, Heart, Hands i " o. ~Horse Valley, and had retired m child ~s survived by three bro-[~pnt of Jefferson l in~-~.*, ~* ,h~ p n,m~o .~ Idlnner guests Sunday evening! f~remen James J. Richards, and Health," together, are the creative forces that developl 1968 from Clark's Garage on thers - Herbert Glenn, Derrill [ ~naries Town, l~ml~:f ~ ~':~:o~' ~"-~-::.".:' [with friends near Frederick, Md. [ USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. James love for fellow men, encourage leadership and teach respons-~ North Street, Chambersburg, a Wayne and Kevin Manuel Dodson wesy. virginia, 25414 I cen'ts or'me m ers f v [ Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Avery D. Richards, route 2 Charles To- [ }~u.~in~ h~ own d ~ d n ~11 ,f ~. ,~ d by th niter It~enUemen" I . ~ ~ ~ ' ~ and son of Martinsburg and Mr wn and Firemen Michael E Air ibility while molding character. All 4-H members have our, e n o. erated eeto n an ~ e -, - ~n " t ; ' " unfailing support [40 years, nil grandparents- Mr. and Mrs. I tory:Se ;anper, my ~l~:scr~PU:sns I ~-~r "~cl~Ir';')ames Pierson, of '~:2 TMorSwnEdward Blatzer of Char- i arez, USN, son of Mr. Albert A. T0tt OF STEED [ Born in Charles Town, he was Herbert L Dodson, of Leetown; ] . . . ~'harie- Town were Sunday callers i A1varez, 204 N. West street, Char- I a son of Edward i. and Alice and the maternal grandparents, [anove I am. enclosing a. check i ~'~ests a f M~ ]nnW~ o~.~ ~y i with Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston lies Town, are serving aboard the mr sa la, wnlcn ~ understand is ~" " " ~ ~" ~'~'~ o, and famll U S Inde endence i x D[A~ [(Myers) Clark, and a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Castell of ] Grove and famil- " [ " y" [ S p wh'ch part'- the late J Frank and Anna Hoff- Lorton, Va. t me cost o~ a year s suDscrlptmn. ] ~ hi,-~nav --~ i f, [ Glad to her Mrs. Nannie Lan- t cipated in the NATO exercise " P- what a ctellgnt tO see some - ," Many motorists regard the long summer months as the man Myers of Route 2, Charles1 ~ --- - ]Pats, ~enkins on ~na nin-]caster is able to be out of the[eace Keeper xn the Atlantm. n news aDOUt me unarms Town. ~ ~ ~-~ ~' most dangerous t me of the year. Impatient drivers facing iT w I ELD MONDAY I b- her mother Mrs Gerald hospital and getting along very The excercise xs one of a series /~.- '- - Junior nigh tootoal= team on me ~,-- long lines of traffic, with more people doing more traveling, ( (StSU ll)iV gar renh s t irde WsiHeaZresl, FOR LAURA E. HICKS i r rn:rPagett eW ekSora ]!igas1Gr :epotaRtefr hsm, 7:nStsOfn a:ue s i ood Na sn e r r.aSbeU . ! ofirggUlxarrlySc:edvUl dinNgA:O reinforce this belief. { Mrs. Paul Frey, Harrisburg; Mrs.Funeral services were held ] . were served to Brenda Sharon, ] Rissler. I ships and approximately 200 land But a new study by the National Iighway Safety Bureau Richard Smith, McSherrystown Monday at 2 p. m. from the Eack- mree years Know now nard i Bucky Chapman, Norton Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Viands ' and carrier based aircraft and is says otherwise. Highway death rat s show spectacular in- and Mrs. C. Edgar Fisher, Chain- les Funeral Home in Harpers [ the con,cues ann players on the I Jennie Jenkins Joy Jackson Ted [ visRed their niece Miss Sandy designed to test the readiness and creases in the fall, when shortened days result in heavy b bur Ferr b the Rev Jose h E teams mere WOrK (agains~ many,-,", . . ers g. Y Y . P . I d, Cook Tommy Staubs Glenn ~Jackson at the Romney School ~effectlveness of the NATO stnk- rush-hour traffic at the end of the day moving at dusk or I ~ Washington, for aura E HicKs, J oostacles) ann now often melr 1 . .' - " - ' - ,h =: - ~" ; -" - ~ efforts are unknown and --nnoti I ~vernart, JacKle ~rove, Junior "" ::j ~ ~,u ~ s ~,=~. in darkness. JAMES BUCHANNAN GAYNOR b~a, ot Uolum?u~ un~o, WhO aleu / u "' Lon-erbeam Donald White Steve Sancty s ~eventeenth Birthday A .~eennd nurnn~q ne ~ho ov~a, The study shows that 53 percent of all fatalities occur Funeral serviceswere held ~,u ~, ~ ~,~, m, n,~ news of each of their foDtball Jenkins, Jeffrey, Johnny, Jackm~ ": c~se xs to perfect procedures and Tuesoay, bept. z~, at her home, i ceu. rmase continue to carry ~ " ' : and they took her out for dinner t - -- : --~ "~ after dark, and a high proportion are caused by excessive olds o ~vxrs. l)avla Armstrong ann uau Monday, Sept. 29, at 2 p. m. from n~ ~- ~',~- ~in e,~.~, and basketball games ! Reyn,D nald, Ronald, Kevm I ,- ; tactics within the naval forces. speed. It was found by analyzing one 12-month period that ~,~ ~ a~'~"~",--~,-- - "~. ~,~ ~. ,~n~,~, v .~.~. .~,~--i~lfor m" Harpers Ferry. : [' . ~ln"'. cerely" Yours t~nnRichard. ~ T-n-~ ~andWh~**i" ~"""T'"~'"*~"T,~nt'ins'"~"'~'Mi lr~"~Ja"~ [Saturdayl ~.t=t ~ with her daughter, Mr ['~ 12,100 deaths were caused in ac cidents at speeds in excess unerai nom - l iss E W s n " " James Buckhannan Gaynor, 68, dThe~.ec~asedawa:hb~? ~np05M, ln~ I lmSS lvtay t~. wysong cy Whittington, Doris and Donald ]and lVI~i Jac.kie Brown and dan- of 60 miles an hour. The bureau estimates that 6,800 of these ol l gnter ssy in naries Town. lives could have been saved if speeds involved had been less of RFD 1, Inwood, who dmd Sep- ~ ter o" Luther and Luc- ] [Reyn ds, Mr. and Mrs. Gera d ] [ i ,~-~-.-- ,~e ~ ~ffir ~.~s,~ ~xza ~ aaugn i y/riper, ~narms JacKson, Jr an(1 ! ~-rove and tho ~.---.~-~ ~,o~* Pa' I lvir. ann Mrs. MIKe t~napman f than 60. " s - ~ i.~ ~ ~,~ ~-n-'-in-a Johnson Davis. ]Jimmy Jackson, Mr. Robert O. ~, r~c,~iwa ~ ~,~ have beenvisiting his sister m[~~'~ 1~ Thus it is that at this time of the year motorists' pen- " ' " i n r ~ : ~" oo ,~. uA. V-be-t Surviving s one so, Geoge Cromse, Miss Candice Danner, I IReisterstown, Md [ ~||~/ ||R'~, ||.~ long lunevo. ~ ~. ~, ~ chant for high speed collides with increasing hours of dark- a uo. wn n Hmks of Columbus, Ohio and a and Leslie O Dell. ~ [ ,ou ho I 111 I ness to create a disproportionate share of highway fatalities. Grove officiated. Burial was sister, Mrs. Vlctorm Goens of The Jefferson County Umted~ l is still improving but not able to I " Harpers ~erry Methodist Men will meet at the re ort back to work which wall This is additional reason for caution on the highway, madedist Churchyard.in the Murriell Hill Metho- ~ .~ ~" . L eteowo c.urc, at on oot HECflAHICSTOWH [ o one year in October.' " " [ ~lJ~m Y~J~ ~# NEW S[~m~ The deceased was born in l~ltes tlela Tuesday ~?rg af:rawlar~n~eti~hgs finW: carrel Mrs Julia Viands [ Sunday dinner guests with me I h~][l~[]~ W~tC [ Clarke County, Va October 27, For Mrs .Henry Nipper ~" ~~~': . [were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Mills [ ][][~[~[~ laaa a dau-hter -f the late ~, ~ o ~, ;~.~ ~,~n nmg u~ ~nrisuan ~euowsmp wxm ~~~~1~1o~ Uanson rhahhi~ ~Xarr- BonA, ~ ~-- rcer "'~ ~" ~ '"~" u~ ,u, ,~umj Ronnie " " " d " Scarcely a week goes by that we do nat add several new James B and Emma Jane Me Tuesda,Set 30, at 2 p m from ,~, c Viands who is serving [ Donal Lee and Rusty Shirley of [ ~ ~ ][ ][1[~" " " inla " " o ~,~llJ(lll~ :~ ~Lt 1~d~ tl|~ ~ / S ' Gaynor. Hiswife, Lula Vlrg Zlon Baptist Church by the Rev a a Air Force Mechamce and [M~ddleway. Other callers were Mr. [ VVg.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~lJ~ subscribers to our circulation list, which is growing consid- ' Y P' " " erably and this makes us very happy, indeed. We do want Gaynor, died in 1955. He had Thomas C. Jackson, for Mrs: w~i c~,:~rge ~elfgauon .~rom stationed in Italy was a caller [ and Mrs. Donald Hovermale and [ " " - v "~-- ' worked for years with Associated Marie Elizabeth Nipper, 51, wife ~: ~'~'e'n"~s~:'~,'~.~s~ " s,^~" last Monday with his grand mot-[daughters, Donna and Tammie of t to welcome all of our new subscribers and wish that it were Orchards of Martinsburg until his of Henry A. Nipper, of Bolivar ence Boa~r-~'of ~h~'~re''~y-'" her, Mrs. Julia Viands, Ronnie [Ranson, Mrs. Harry Shirley of [ possible for us to say, ' hank You, So Much," to every one retirement. He Was a member of who died Saturday, Sept. 27, in ter "n Balti~- or "'" r 1 . " was called home by the serious [Middteway, Mr. and Mrs. Lester] For complete home heatin8 x m e we a e earing of them, personally. Many new people have oved into our the Methodist church. Charles Town General Hospital; the Wesle, o* illness of his grand father, Mr. / Viands of Ranson and Mrs. Jerry I oil services, call: community and this area, and one of' their first items of Surviving are the following following a len hv illness Burial ~ ~'*~" ~. ~ .~ Jimmie Gaynor and who passed l Powell of the Bloomery. I ,~ . ~ ~ ~ sharp. ~nls ~rlp is oelng sport business, it seems to us, when they do arrive, is to come to children - James L. Gaynor of was made in Cedar Hxll Cemetery ~,r~ ~ ,~, c~ ~v~ .~n ~ ,~ away m the Winchester Hospital ] Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wiles and [ the newspaper offices for information about our tow,n, and Big Springs, Md.; Mrs. J. Irwin in tiarpers Ferry o (~.~ ~c~:~ ~L~ ~,~ .~ ~. on Friday where he had been a[children Sherri and Ronald Way-[ ,~/~:.~ " n Burnie -,~,o. .~-,~,~ ~,~ ,~,~ ~v a~- " nt f " ent " community, and before leaving the office say to us, ' How (Lucy Mac) Watts, Gle,The deceased was born m Harp ~en~ n ~ ~ .~ pahe or some t~me. Mr. Gay- [ne spthe day Sunday with / " " a ile ~ u, ~, ~ ,~, ,~, ~vm~ ~x~a " " t r ' " about adding me to your subscription list. Md.; Mrs. Richard (Irm) R Y,ers Ferry, January 7, 1918, a dau *-an t-ffon ,~a n,~ r, nor made his home in late years [his mp he,Mrs. Harry Wiles St. [ Among our new subscribers recently are some residents of Bunker Hill, W. Va Mrs. Geo g ghter of Stephen Edgar and Irr~a t~ ~st-r ur,~n .1 ~ with Ronme s mother, Mrs. Geo- ]at I~udoun Heights, Va where ] ~' ~R| ]~ ~|| ~ |1~ nearby ~rkeley, Clarke and Lowdown 'Counties. They tell us.(JuanIta). Morgan, Inwoo r' nklinD " Moody Green both of . Bolivar. ~-o ~-n d-i,e, a, ,~o~,~ ~ o~an rge, Morgan at Inwood. Mr. Gay- [Shesga e a dinner for her grand ! lil~tli~i=s-. ~ IN~iaL- 11~11~.1 |||~. that they have been purchasing the newspaper regularly at ml N. Gaynor, and Mrs. F a She was a member of Zion Bap- ~ I ~i ~ . 4~.~4~ ~4~1~~ l~~ nor s fune~fl Was held on Monday [ son Pvt. Donald Wiles U. S. M. C. ]~,~ one of our numerous news-stands, but now prefer become (Dorothy) Ring of oI~arneysville;Route 2 tist Church - afternoon at the Melvin T. Strider [a~flU 3rd Class:, Charlesr Whitehair~ [ ~ . ~n~, lz~=t~,U , Joseph Jay Gayn r,Surv~wng in addition to her ,:,~ iP ~n ~ r FImeral Home with burial in the [,~ N. who we e home on leav~eJ . ~ : ,~ ~ ~r zr regular subscribers and have their names placed on r mail- - - ' - Charles Town, three step-children husband at the home; are th~+ ,~.^.~r .t~ try. ~ :, ~ Hilt C~u~h Greave yard. fr~n~ the service, ~amon~ ~ ~~wn, W. Yd. e Har ~ ~ ~ ~ te ing list. - Mrs. Paul (Ma~orm) Garr it, . following children- l~l~S~ Lucy[~ih ~~ h~,~a, ~dde{ to ~ .- We hope that new subscribers wil find somethin in this pers Ferry;. Mrs. Elvett Reedy, Marie Conner, Cleveland, Ohio; f~r~'i=,~'~oo~d."~nes ":n'~'~,"i I family as years =l~a~t they were | newspaper for every member of the family and we II never an Mrs ar s - . F~lls Church, Va d . H - Thomas Edward Napper, Washing |~hi~ Thi~ ~ n~,~n tn ,h,~ nnh~i~ [ my neighbors. . :~ stop trying to make this a better newspaper for every one, old Pomeroy of Martinsburg; 41 ton, D C ; Robert Arnette Nap-/7:"'~':- ~':'~. "~ 7~ I Born to Mr and Mrs Robert 'm e= l tL m| with every publication. Again, we welcome new subscribers grandchildren, and a large hum- per, Charles Town; Francis Henry|~tl~Iti~egwl:r~t~vPr~art is a -a [Dillow on Friday Sept "26th in ~ r]]xworm [.omn nv ~[ and to those of you whom we have never had the pleasure of ber. of great grandchildren, . ~ alOngs Nipper, at the. home; Amon. T. ~,~,~|'~'~*'-,~ me ~ew~on ~. ~aKer rios-~'P " the charles T,~,~,~-,~-~ ~-,~,-~r"~"~ D --~-= w v,lff~ ~ ~:| meet/ng personally, next time you are in town, please do pay wi~hhthr e e sisters Mrs =J~muceS Napper, Washington,D. C Jos: pital. He has been very ill. We tala daughter. She was-the for- -.W mng". : .suh on |:] .~ ?, ~Zm ~t ~vmt, m~ ~ ~ epn l~atnamel, aesse .~ugene ann join in praying for Howard mer ~uary ~'lomer an(~ also has II L~nh-zl P~r Lnndlh~nin~r I1~ Us a visitSpirit of Jefferson-Advocate readers and let us welcome you to our large family of e e;s, t ! asmh:ime a o e ns lrd:rea !, ofR Vv: tdvMrS. W:IiZwamrYgrene s twM:On:nd Mrs: Garland Henry .!1t ~ - . g wy 'on Sunday morning at the Morn-spent the weekend inBaltim re't'l. :HAa~RLeEsSs~ll~tt~c~'eaV?]) '| KENNETH K JONES Halltown; Miss Victoria Green, . hei Statement : - " " . mg Worship at the Silver Grove Md. wxth t r son.re,law and dau We Are ealer For T ck Jones 44 of of Bonvar, ano two nretners Kenneth K. ( u ) f Methodist Church. Rev. Mr. W*ar- ghter, Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Ham-il Ill e Berr ille died ~awar~ ~reen o (~ommous, t~a STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP 308 Walnut Av yv ~v " ner helped with serving at the pton and sons Te'rry and' Chuckie I~ I UIUg]A LDI UN " s rial ann tepnen reen, Jr,Faio MANAGEMENT AND CIRCU- Tuesday in Winche ter Memo " '~ .~ . Communion Service. They were Mrs. Hampton underwent ~urgery i~ ~~ . . ~ ^ ~| Aim, amorma LATION (Act of October 23, 1962 Hosp'tal. guests also at Murrill Hill Church on her foot last Monday She has,B ymg ervlce .-- our Motto ]| He was bo~:n January 6, 1925, ----------- and Chestnut Hill Methodist b~en suffering for some time/ ~:| Section 4369, Title 39, United a son of A. D and Elizabeth N. MRS. WILLIAM S. OSBOURN Church. " States Code) Sowers Jones of Charles Town. Funeral services will be held Birthday Dinner i 1. Date of Filing October,2, 1969. 2. Title Of Publication Spirit of Jefferson-Advocate 3. Frequency of Issue Every Thursday. 4. Location of Known Office of Publication (Street, city, county, state, zip code) North George Street, Charles Town West Vir- ginia 25414. 5. Location of the headquarters or General Business Offices of the Publishers (No Print~ 's) North George Sire t Cha: es Town, West Virginia. 6. Names and addre ses of I tb- lisher, editor, and m~ ~agIng ~i- tot, Publisher (Name and ad~ .ss Jefferson PublishingCo Inc, Charles Town, West Va:, Edit'or (name and address Max Brown, Charles Town, W. Va. Managing Editor (Name and address) Max Brown, Charles Town, 7. Owner: - Ralph N. Dorsey, Berryville, Virginia. 8. Known Bondholders ~ grandchildren; and Thursday from 7:30 p. m. to 9:30 bees and other SeeurRy of Wash- p. m. ~ at the Enders Funeral Trudy, Annette Grove, Michael or Holding and Mickey Gifft, Dessie and Or- Total Amount of Bonds, Mortga-[ was celebrated Homein Berryville. Active pallbearers are John H. Mr.~ Etl~l i~nT.~r~l land Jackson, Dennis and Jef- ~~~~-~t~ frey White, Mrs. Celia White, ges or Other Securities. None. ] lay in St. And- Rissler, Ronald D. Rissler, Larry u~wM Mrs. Juanita Buzzard, Judy Cogle, Average No. Copies Each issue [ e Rev. Anthony E~ Jones, William Allen, Michael During Preceding 12 Mo~: [ al was ih the Allen all nephews and J. Fred Recent visitors at fide Metho- Terry Allen Cogle, Tracie Lynn Single Issue Nearest To Filing]church cemetery. Jones, cousin, dist parsonage were Rev. and Mrs. Buford and Mr. Gerald Buford. Date 4j~85[ Honorary pallbearers: Mr. G. Charles Ca~ihcart, of ~hepherds- Rev. and Mrs. Blaine Rinker, of A Total No Copies Printed ~ E. Thomas and his employees,i town; Rev. and Mrs. l~ichard Mtdland, Md were gu~ests on Fri- ~= [ AMBR SE AlSL kHAM MORRIS 1 Thrasher, of OldtoWn, Md.; Rev. day evening at the Silver Orove (Net Press RUn) ~b ] n~ ~al ~'~ ~i,~ held . Fu,Se KAREN RENEE LONG [ andMrs. Louis Emerick, of Berke- Methodist Church. Rev. Mr. Rin. B Paid Circulation ~ Saturd m0 -=: -~ , ~ Y rmul~, Sept 27, at 10 ~ Icy Springs; Rev. and Mrs. Blaine, ker was the speaker for the eve- 1. Sales Through Dealers and [oclock from *~-= "~ -" - Graveside services were held Carriers, Street Vendors and ] Home n I. Friday, Sept. 26, at 2 p. m. from' Rinker, of Midland, Md.; Rev. Ed. [ ntng. A large Crowd was present. Counter Sales 2~096 brose h . ] Abra am M(rzris: 76,of the Fairview Cemetery in Bolivar Grove of Inwood, Rev. and Mrs. t Mrs. Howard Everhart, Mr. and 2. Marl Subscriptions . 1,913 Rotrte 1. Jefferson ~--~-,ut~, w ow~- by ther ~Rev. Ronald Kitterman,ville,Williamvd.;C'Rev.Warner'and Mrs. f LovettS-Ronald I MrSMr. andJ hnMrs.Whitehairjerry Everhartand sonS,and ~ " ~ . ~. / ~y Sep. 24, at th for Ka en Renee Long, one.year- Kitterman, of Harpers Ferry; and i children were visitors en Sunday C Total Paid Circulatmn 4,819 died We'dnesda,~'~ nt e D. Free Distribution (mcmamg. / Veterans Admmmtra"' tin~ ~n*~r old daughter of Milford F. and Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Doggett, ]evening with Mr. and Mrs.Chafles samples) By Mail, Carrmr" 0f95 [ near Mart~nsburg The Rev.- Ste -n Billie Gay Hoffman Long of Lou- District Superintendent. ] Everhart and sons, in Darga~t, Other Means ).]hen Melycher of Frederick, off- doun County, Va. who was pro- : Other parsonage visitors were lMaryland. The occasion was E Total Dxstnb mn (Sum o~ related Burial ~ " t~ ' /" " was made in St. nounced dead on arrival at the Mr. and Mrs. John Dander, Mr. I Chuckie's birthday. A little party C and D. . 4,924,Marys Cemetery in Petersville, Charles Town General Hospital William Carper, Dale Appeil, I was given by his parents. [ F. Office Use, Left-Over un-~ Md. on September 24. . Danny Staubs, Dale Manuel, Da-] Mr. and Mrs. Cedl Everhart' accounted, Spoiled After Printing,He was a son of the lale Clem The child was born in Ranson, rid Wilt, Frank and Cleve Bel'l, t and two children, and Mrs. How- 81. [ and Jane White Morris, and was Sept', 12, 1968. In addition to the James Bell, Mrs. Betta Gault and ] ard Everhart visited Mr. Howard G. Total (Sum of E & F should ] a veteran of World War I. parents the child is survived by daughter, Marsha, of Blue Ridge Everhart on Sunday evening at equal net press run shownin A),Survivors include three sons, a sister, Teresa Long, at the of Blue Ridge Acres, Mrs. Rosie Everhart is very ill. 4 aS. ]Clifford Morris and Ambrose Jr. home and two brothers - Tracy Acres, Mr. and~ Mrs. Rud~ Lake, Newton D. Baker Hospital. Mr. ,~ ]Morris of Knoxville and James and Michael Long, both at the Wilt, Peggy Jo Rinker, Victor Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cogle and I certify that the statements [Morris of Brunswick; five daugh, home. Rinker, Terry and Lynn Dinner, Virgil Gifft were vi.sitors with made by me above are corret [ters, Mrs. Mary Johnson of Mid- Estelle Wilt, Annie Wilt, David Mr. and Mrs. Harry Longerbeam lete. . ]dletown, Mrs. Bessie Cole of Lib- DELGADO INFANT Hostler, Brien Jenkins, Donna and family in Chestnut Hill. I ROWN, MANAGER]erty, Jane Ann Jon of Henry Conway of Bolivar. l ae Jenkins, John Peer, David Louise Cole, Mrs. Darlene MRS. E. HADELINE JOHNSON He was a member of the Berry Saturday morning at 11 o'clock A birthday dinner was given in Mrs. E. Madeline Johnson, 70, ville Baptist Church and was one from the Melvin T. Strider Sudley honor of Mrs. Harry Longerbeam, widow o~ Harry M. Johnson, 217 of the trustees of the church. He Funeral Home in Ranson. by the of Chestnut Hill, on Saturday eve- Wayne Avenue, Waynesboro, Pa. was a past commander of the Rev. Temple Wheeler of Harpers ning, Sept. 20, at the home of her was pronounced dead on arrival]Lloyd Williams Post No. 44; a Ferry, for Mrs. Rae WaRers Os- daughter and son-in.law, Mr. and at the Waynesboro (Pa.) Hospital member of the Clarke County bourn, 63, widow of William Mrs. Walter Cogle. Guests were Saturday, following a heart at.1 Lions Club; and of the VFW. He Stuart Osbourn, of Runson, New Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bagent and tack. ~ had worked as assistant office Jersey, who died Tuesday, Sept. children, Mrs. Bertha Gagent, of Mrs. JohnsOn was ~ manager for the G. B. Thomas.Go~ 30. Burial will be made in Elm- Charles Town, Mrs. Hilda Piper, mit Poin~ W.~ Va a He is survived by his parents; wood Cemetery in Shepherds- Lucille Cogle, Susan Cogle. I the late William and ~s wife, Betty Locke Jones; two town. Services will be held in o~, Her early life w daughters, Miss Kyle Locke Christ~ Episcopal Church in Celebrated Birthdays Martinsburg. She had Jones and Miss Kathryn Drew Brooklyn, N. Y Friday morning. Timmy and Kim Buford cele- dent of ~one~;-botb at home; a brother, The deceased was born in Nor- brated their birthdays together the vast 22 years Edward R. Jones of Charles Town way, Aug. 22, 1906, a dau~,hter~ of on Saturday with a party given by ~nd~ George H Washington, ['and five sisters, Mrs. Winston the late~Theodore and Ragnhild their mother, Mrs. Betty Buford, di~ in 1938. " JDurham, Mrs. John Rissler and Wolters. She was a member of at the home of Miss Judy Cogle. Mrs. Johnson was a member of ]Miss Dorothy V. Jones, all of the Episcopal Church. Refreshments of cake, " candies, St. Andrew Roman Catholic Chu-|Charles Town, Mrs. William Allen I Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. buble gum, potato chips, Koolaid rch and the auxiliary of the Leg- of Rippon, and Mrs. Charles 'N. J.; and James Stuart Osbourn, and popsicles were served and ion. Owens of Kearneysville, W. Va. Washington, D.C.;- also two each child received a balloon. unera services will be con r ndchlldren Ja e r d She is survived by a son, Char- Fi 1 " " " g a ' ",m s Arthu an Games were played. Those pres- les W Washington, Wayaesboro; ducted Friday at 3 p. m. in the James Stuart Gonzales three sis- ent were Pam Staubs, Roxanna three :sten dau~l~ters, Mrs Sara Berryville Baptist Church by the ters and two brothers; also a Everhart, Christine Buzzard, Su- Kramer of She'I)herdstowni Mrs. Rev. Julian Orrell. brother-in-law, Post Osbourn, of san Chapman, Stanley, Teresa A~e/'iIle Phoenix of Martinsburg BuriaI will be in Green Hill Shepherdstown. and David See, Peggy, Gail, Scot~, ,ret Caution of Cemetery Dennis and Billy Long, Missy two grandchild- The famiy will receive friends ~- --- -- .~:=--- Long, James Popkins, Floyd Grove, Jr Rhonda Grove. Diane. IN CHARI TOWN ! 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