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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON fARMER3 ADVOCATE r0C~IRSI)AY, OCTOBER 29, 1939 3--A ' Deaths and Funerals [RS. EFFIE MAY FIELDS Maddex. ts. Effie May Fields 59 wife l Surviving are: a scm, Orandison LOdney H. Fields of Ransom Licklider, Charleston; four grand- children five sisters-Mrs Lester Tuesday morning Bc,n Se- I Waldeck' Mrs. L. S. Stanley, Mrs. 15 =Hospital in Baltimore, Md. Clyde Grubbs, Shenherdstown; ~ing an illness of several mon ,Mrs. Charles Spmow, Berkeley irn in Silver Grove on Novem County; Mrs. T. S. Reed, Charles- ;15, 1899 she was a daughter ,ton; two brothers-H. B. and Gro- ':rank Staubs and the late Ella ver Maddex. Shepherds,own and ! :~Staubs I a number of nieces and nephews. , }former resident of Harpers The body was removed to Rose- :IV she had lived mosZ recently moRt, Kogelschatz and Coffman ~nsca. !Funeral Home where smwiees were .:~vivo,.s include he,-husband:,her as, ". t heRev. Ra da Par:heldpTUeoS~dayat3:30P:nm'nWith ?} daughters-Mrs. Francis Ken ~, Mrs. Elms Pus,on and Mrs. sons olfiicating. Burialwas in Elm ~a Apron, all of Baltimore; 'wood Cemetery Shepherds town. br, Frank Staubs, Silver Grove .)t'- Mrs. Leona Staubs, Batti- S. SMITH HENSIIA~~ brother-Winter, Williams- S. Smith Henshaw, 75. of 312 Md.; eight grandchildren; Amherst St., Winchester, died sad grea.t grandchildre:l, denly Saturday morning in Win- r~e body will remain at the chester Memorial HosNtal. i~les Funeral Home until time! Mr. Henshaw was a son of the el CelneLOYy A$OCIL~LiOil. Active pallbears were Kenneth Shenk. Harry Athey, Gussie White Roy Pope. Harvey Kercheval. Jr. and Lyle Armel. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. C. H. Iden. A. L. Withers. B. T. Busey, C. M. Polhamus. Julian Gla3cock. William ~lascock Har- vel Kercheval. Sr, and Wesley Trip r~ let,. MRS. BEULAII REED MOORE Mrs. Beulah Reed Moore. widow of the late Samuel J C. Moore of Charleston, died at'. her home in Charleston Tuesday afternoon fol lowing an illness of several mon- ths. She was born in Loudoun Co,re,y, Vs. and married Samuel S. J. C. Moore, a native of Charles Town and shortly afterward they moved to Charleston where she re sided until her death. The deceased was a member of the Charleston Presbyterian Chur- Chsulwivir{g are a daughter, Mrs. ttarry Gidley of Charleston, a son Samuel Rutherford Moore of Mat- den, W. Va. and five grandchild- ren. Services were held in Charles- ton this morning at 11 a. m. with .... !..'," : : ,.... graveside services set for 1 p. m. at Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles ~ervice at the Silver Grove late C. W. and Flora Belle Glaize Town Friday. The body will be 'hodist Church on Friday at Henshaw of Berkeley County, W. brought to Charles Town from Fancy Fresh ;!~P. m. conducted 'by the Rev. ,Va. 66 Mushrooms ~. Lloyd. Nephews will servet Surviving are .four children: CharlestOnBearers willn beFridaY'W. P. C. Perry. .anr,lstcr ,~llbearers. ,Mis,~ Ruhamah Henshaw of 312 T, T. Perry, Jr., Roger Perry, Phil lb ll'lllb ",trial/etery.Will be in Silver Grove Amherst St a,nd Richmond; S. lip T. P0rterfield, Jr., William P. pt p~g 29c Preston G. Henshaw of Pitsburg,h C. Perry, Jr. and Hugh Caper, on. ~Pa. and Mrs. Robert S. Kelso of ------ Snyder, N. Y.; ten grandchildren; Applica [1~s. Julia L cklider widow of four sisters Mrs. John A. Kuntz ~nd L. Dicklider d'ied Sunday of Denver ' Col Mrs. Susan H Marriage Licenses .~t at her home at 207 West Glaize of Stras'burg Mrs. Howard In Berkeley County '~ street in Shepherds,own i W Boltz of Ma~in'sburg W. Va. ~ to get wonderful Christmas Gifts c '~le had been in ill health for and Mrs. Jaznes R. Shiley of Applic~tAon .for marriage license f0r the entire family i onca te, ..nde, ,b :~Past year and seriously ill ,Clearbrook. 1-(as been made recently wt t~e of- ~ an peration last Summer. I F'uneral services were conducted flee of fihe Berkeley Cotmty clerk .1~!' ..... ~ll : ~20yearsshetaughtinele-lbyRev'R'D Gshrn'pastrf d WW] | ] | ' ~ry schools in Morgan town' Stone's Chapel Presbyterian Char bYMax Lane Brandes, 23, Coluvn- 'qll , ~e accepting a posi'tionOat Blue ch of which Mr. Henshaw was a bia, S. C. so~u of Samuel and Violet B lirak.{ ")~e Elementary Schl in Jeff- i member' The selwices were at ' P' W' Brandes and Beverly Lee Dd" d #liJIl Butt Cut; Shank Cut; ~ County where she ,taught m Monday from the John H En- son, 20, Kearneysville, ~t. 1, dau- ,~retiring last year. ~he was ders Funeral IHome in Berryville ghter of James L. Dodson ,and Ern Ki Bll ~ lb ~oer of New Street Metho- followed by interment in Green ma L. Roush. . lb !~hureh in Shepherdstownl I Hill Cemetery. Robe,'t Harrison Green.wal,t, 22, orn in Jefferson County on [ The family reques~ted that flow- Winohes,ter, Va., son of Charles R. Slices Of Hem Ib 89C ;~ry 1, 1893 stle was a daugh- ]ers be omi%ed and contributions and Mary F. tSreenwalt ~and Earl- -- "------" ;~Of the late' H B "and Rose maybe made to the Stone's Chap- erie Susan Oess, 19, Bunker Hill, O1 1 ; lr.a | ull ull -' daughter of W. Goode and Ruby Y llfllll ": = .tall [JILDING OR REMODELIH NIr. and~Irs. Wilbon Henry and their small son Dwayne spent Sun __ day visiting wi,th the letter's par ){)11 RD dl IdI,K Jill ents 'Mr. a~nd Mrs. George French C A L L ~v~dtheir home in Point of l~ocks, 4-~[~ ..1~ .-oz q l~CI TH R I M P ROSE JENSEN FRANKS |',,n. L,v..,vO,d.as.,o.ed pk0U.1' a,.42 :ount.b 59SLICED HALIBUT''a" 'l 'acuntt 85' 49C''a" _ Medium -Ib box Jumbo cS-Ib box NOTICE, GR ) ; .... lea 8-ozp g ,8.oz $|[ =U: U Sliced 3Sc Pk . llI PAN RE S ib 19c We would like to reduce our stock of 200 patterns of beauti- lbs. "for $ .49 I ful wall papers before taking ~il~&' Ib I We.-Cured SLICED RED SALMON 79c GENERAL CONTRACTOR inventory (also some paint items)--so:-- .,, .............. --,,~ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,: :::::>,~:;?'-~'5: ::~;?::~:;~ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ~::~ : :~:~ 7~7'::; ]:~::~ ;~;;:::::;~;7 r:;,;:: ~ : ~::, ~:~::~ ::~,::{{~ ,{: :;: ,:,~ : ":!a :~g{{~g}:~g~)~: a~a'1~i~ LARGE, JUICY FLORIDA (Reg. 3 for 29c size) FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON ANY RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL NEW CONSTRUCTION OR REMODELING 17 Call We are running a sale on a great many of these items. The sale will begin on Mon- day, Nov. 2nd., All Souls Day. (Please say a prayer for the Poor Souls in Purgatory--and you Catholics be sure to go to Mass). WALLPAPER STORE f0! Crisp Iceberg lge hds Stayman Winesap or Golden Delicious ~:~;~!,~`~:~:`~*:~z:.~:::~*~:::s:~`*:.~.~~.~.~.~:.~~ .................... ~,::,::,x.,~..:.,a. "-~:,:::::,:::; .: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:~::,:.:::~, ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: o. ............................................. ~!~:: ~!71 !; ~i:: ? :;I:: '7:::7 7': !;i~" >:?i :!i .,:a: ':~. v " ,:. ,,,. . Tudor Rose THIS WEEK'S ITEM each This week get your Vegelable Bowl to add to your set of this elegant dinnerware. Watch for the new items available each week. Soon you'll have the complete set at Acme's Low, Low Prices. 6th Acute ,Market,~ New Money-Saving Offer A $30.00 Valuel SECTION Section 1 No. 6 only 19c DeLuxe Binder Sections ' 2to 15 A' IIE FROZEN FOOD S/l VIXG Ideal Sliced 2 10.oz Idea, Lea, or Chopped Ideal Fancy I Chef's Delight IDEAL MED. SIZE Blue Ribbod Winner Ib box doz HALLOWE'EN SALE SUNNYDELL ~-gat ctn .... ' Get oP.O. , l WIN A2 YEARS SUPPLY OF GROCERIES i IN P&G's $50,000 CASH CARNIVAL SWEEPSTAKES I ~ #b,O~ i ,.rmdale Supr.e Home Style ShnplyinludethenamehemeMarketswhenyusendinyu' ~o~,17' '~'o,'20 ',:.:']~$" entry blank or post card. If yOU are one of the 1St or 2nd prize [ i .....~..-1 , wlnnerl we w give you e bOnUl prize of 2 years' supply of grocer- ies (up to $2,500)' in addition to your prize from Procter & Gamble. ] If you prefer you may take $2.5OO in c.$h. i R EAt L2 EB, ER/DI y 1% IIEID 2,22: 7~9~: COMET CLEANSER l lVORY Liquid Detergenti LAa E ANGEL FOOD CAKES .e. 59c 2o o r, Cc qg*sn|Oflcl 40. O[C zco. O9C [ Off cans off Lcansl~ re can gtc n m I C ' CHEER I OXYOOL i IDEAL'::: Ireacne=,o.,,,,c, .";', ,co, " Ac ,,Do.. $1.251 ,co. qqc 77c : 59c i " - -- " '*" gt pkg kmg pz