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Charles Town, West Virginia
October 15, 1959     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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October 15, 1959

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.AT SPIRIT (iF !EFFERS(iN VARMr_RS URSDAY, OC'IOBER 15, 1959 AI)VOCATE 3---A SAMUEl, L. PiIILLIPS, JR. Samuel Lee Ph,ilEps, Jr., 74, pro minent Charles Town businessman and insurance broker for the pas:t 25 years, died Tuesday afternoon in Charles Town General Hospital where he had been a patient for the pas,t six weeks. He had, how- ever, been in ill health for the past 18 months. The deceased was born in Char les Town, March 26, 1885, a son ~neral Hospital Sunday night a- ,{~t 10:20 af,ter a short illness of of the late Samuel Lee and Mar- garet Rissler Phillips. He studied days The Rev. Temple G. in Charles Town's eleme,ntary ~eeler of the Children's Have,n, schools, wa,s graduated from Char ~iated and he was assisted bo~ les Town High School and Wash- tier. Stanley Hau~ser recto" ington & Lee University. Upon :.t~n Episcopal Church and chap~ graduation from college he went '~ of the Charles Town Citizen~. into ~he ,teaching profession and .i~ Company Burial was made taug~ht for a number of years at .[.Edge Hill Cemetery ' Georgia Military Academy, Green ~he deceased was born in Charbrier Military Academy, the labter Town July 4 1889 a son of theof Lewisburg. W. Va. and the Na- :~ O. M:. and Annie 'E ~:o,ntz Dar val Academy Preparatory School ~ton. He was an active memberat Annapolis, Md. Then he left ~the Citizen's Fire Company for the teaching profession and be- ~r 40 years and hnd been era-came associated with the Johnson |yed at the Halltown Paper & Higgins Marine Insm'ance Com- {~rd plant for over 30 years pany of New York City, N. Y. ~n he retired in 1955 His wife, In 1934 he retired from that job late Grace M Darlington died and came back to Charles Town ~l 30, 1955 " I and opened his own business :~urviving are ~hters{ which he operated until 1958 when _ two dau_. .- . ,. hawre,nce Wilt Charles Town }he merged his business with the .~ Mrs. Sam Wallace of Florida: [ Ranson Real Estate and Insurance :i~ sons-Oscar G. Darlington, Jr. Company. :~ James M, Darlington, both of [ His survivors are: thi'ee s isters- ::~,r[es Town. Nine grandchildren IMisses Martha and Ruth Phil,lips wo great grandchildren also I both Of Charles Town" Mrs. John .,~vive. /Packer of Pittsburgh,' Pa.; three ~he body remained at the Mel- ]brothers-AllenR T~f of New York ~r. Strider Colonial Fu,neral[City; Harry 'ld Spartansourg, .~n~e in IZanson until taken loiS. C.; and Gera" D. of Erie, Ya. home Tuesday ! The body was taken from the Smith .~ Sander Memon~xl Ptlncr- al Home this afternoon to the res- ide,rice of the decea,sed on Soutll Samuel ~treet, where services w4ll be held F'riday afternoon at 2 p. m. by the Rev. F. Scud, assista.nt , pastor Charles Town Presbyterian Church. Interment will be in Edge Hill Cemetery . Active bearers will be: John Ris sler, Howard Clendening, Marshall Orndorff, William B. Stuck, Broo- ke Blackford and C. William Moore. Honorary bears will be Geo rge Marlowe, W,illiam Marl,owe, George Mullen, B. H. tZiddleber- ger. CORA A. SUDLER Died c,n Smday, Oct. 11, 1959 at ~.nnandale, Va., Cora A. Sudler, of 624 Birch St., Alexandria, Va., beloved mother of John L. Sudler of the above address and Jean- nette Ruoss of Seaford, Delaware. Sister of Mrs. William Penrose of Garrison, Md. Mrs. H. D. Johnson of Glenside, Pa. and Miss Eliza- beth Archer of Morristow,n, Pa. Al so survived by three g~andchild- ten. Mrs. Sudler will 'be transport- ed to the G. Lester Daniels Funer al Home in Middletown, Delaware where services will be held on Tuesday, October 13, 1959 at 11 a. m. Interment St. Ann's Cemetery, Middletown, Delaware. For years she served as superintenden~t of the Charles Town General Hospft- al. Henry Penwell, 59, died at his home in ~he Mr. Mission section early last Prid,ay morning a~ter a; long illness. Born Feb. 18, 1900, a son of t,~e late F'onrose and Florence Pain,ter Penwell he was a Life-long resi- den,t of Jefferson County and member of NIurre,ll I-Ell Metho- dis t Church. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Jes sie E. Penwell, wt home; five dau- ghters-~Mrs. Clarence Hardy and ~Mrs, Harvey Waldron, of Harpers :Perry; Mrs. Harold Varmer, Hem don, Va.; ~he Misses Ja,ne and Judy Penwell at home; seven sons Robert H., Thomas G., Elmer L., ',and Nelson W., all of H, arpers Ferry; Harold L. Penwell, Hagers- town, Md.; Joseph L. PenweH ,witch ~he Army at Fort Knox, Ky. and Ronald A. Penwell, at home; t.hree h~lf-sis,ters-tMrs. Thomas Pa,in, ter and Mrs. Gladys Engle, Harpers Perry; Mrs. Carherine ,Morri,~ Baltimore, Md.; two half : ...... bro~hers-Wager F. and Baker Pe,n " :~.. ..... ,~ ---.,.,,,. -" ~:~-~_ ~ wel!l, Charles Town; 29 grandchild yen; four grea,t grandchildren and ' } . ,a number of n,ieces and nephews. k.Now is the time to Check Your Paint The body was emoved from the eeds and Come to See UsW v Smith and Strider Memorial Pun- _o_a.. eral Home to Murrell Hill Church Sunday for services a~ 2 p. m. :onducted by t'he Rev. C. W. Lloyd T0WH GRAIN & FEED with burial in Murrell Hill Ceme-tery. Flamed On Dean's List Sweet Briar College PItONE 73 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Miss Louise Durham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Dur-. ) P. O. BOX 463 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. l~am, Charles Town, was among CON ]{ACTORS the 59 seniors, juniors and sopho- mores at Sweet Briar College ham ..... " ed on ,the Dea~'s list for theT'ur- ren,t semester, on ivhe basis of su- perior academic work during the second semester of last year. [ According to Dean Mary J. Pearl, students from the *hree up- per classes are named on the Dean's List with the faculty ap- E GENERAL S OF | LU PHONE 28-F-022 CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. (RESIDENCE NEAR FEAGANS MILL) proval, in recognition of "ou, tstand ing ~bllity, dependability and a- chievement. Miss Durham, one of the 25 so phomores named to the list is a ~aaduate of Stuart Hall, St aunton,, Charles Town Woman's Club Meets October 20th The Wom~ans Club of Charles Town will meet a,t t~he Club Honse on Tuesday, October 20th at 8 p. m. Program will be "Proud of Ou,r Crirl Scouts" and a~l members are asked to make a special effort to be present and support the pro- ject. i: Nothing says quality like the a :/ UNIBODy... Welds body and frame raembers of ~,, ' into one piece on'~gg.d Steel for more room qtliete~. 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