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October 31, 1968

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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FAi MER'S ADVOCATE T rar. hail W or Lester Acme THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1968 A--2 City, Utah, who died Tuesday, -- Oclober 22, in Cattongood Hospi- tal in Salt Lake City, following Market Clerk Presented Larry Boggy's, for Donald Bug- a short illness. The Roy. Lam- ene Longerbeam, Jr of Charles bert Stack, of St. Peters Church, Town, v~ho died Wednesday, Oct. officiated and burial was made Citation By Manager 23, in Charles Town General Hos- in Harpers Ferry. pital, one day after birth. Burial The deceased was born in Har- was made in Pleasant View Mere pers Ferry, ,June 22, 1926, a dau- Dry Gardens, near Martinsburg. ghter of the late Robert and The deceased was a son of Mary Louise Kain Norris. She Donald Eugene and Rebecca Ann was graduated from Harpers Plotner Longerbeam. The surviv- Ferry High School. MRS, IDA E. MeCAULEY ors are the parents. Surviving are her husband at .Mrs. Ida Elizabeth MeCauley, s died Thursday October 17, at MRS. LA~-PAINTERsonsthe home. Marshall,in Saltjr LakeandCitY;Davidtwoj. the D C General }tospital m Washington, D C. . I Funeral services were held Fri- at the home; a uncle James Kain Daughter of" the late Arthur day at 2 p. m. from Eackles Fune- of Harpers Ferry and a cousin, and Amelia Locke and wife ofral Home in Harpers Ferry, for Mrs. Robert James of Cavalier Mrs. Ella Eliza Painter, 61, wife Heights, Harpers Ferry, W. Va. the late Joseph Dutch McCauley. of Lawrence H. Painter of loller- Beloved mother of Mrs. Susieson Avenue, Charles Town, who JOSE~TTLE Harsh, Brunswick, Md ; Mrs. Effie Grams, Silver Spring, Md.; Mr. died Tuesday, Oct. 22 in Charles Joseph Hayward Settle, 54, of Town General Hospital, following Jefferson County, died Sunday in Willard McCauley, Martinsburg, a long illness. The Rev. M. C. the Charles Town Hospital. Shown above is Lester Watson W. Va.; and Mrs Mary Chaney,Scott officiated and burial was clerk at the Charles Town Acme Washington, D C She is also ~ived by one "brother, Mr. made in Murrell Hill Cemetery Mr. Settle was born Oct. 24, ~cl~ard Locke, Baltimore, Md. Cemetery, Murrell Hill, W. Va. Nine grandchildren and twelve Market receiving a certificate of 1914, in Washington, a son of recognition from manager John the late Joseph H. and Helen Catlett. The certificate was award The deceased was born in Jeff- Wilson Settle. He was a graduate ed to Mr. Watson for "expectional ~nye, n~hW~eSs ~ogrit grandchildren, wEn erson County, March 3, 1907, a of the University of Virginia and interest and courtesy shown while dge Hill anddaughterMargaret f theviandslate EdwardTurner. sheLee taught school in the Culpeper serving Acme customers. was a member of the Bolivar Pen area. , DE~ANT I tecostal Church. Surviving are He served with the American by all of Engle; Sam H. of Mill- i her husband, at the home; two Red Cross in the African Theatre ville; James E. of Baltimore; 13 Graveside services were held daughters - Mrs. Shirley Watson of Operations during World War grandchildren and 16 great grand Thursday, October 24, at 4 p. m. i and Mrs. Velma Gageby, both of II. FolloWing the war he moved children, along with ,three siste~ in Cedar Hill Cemetery, in Bolt- : Charles Town, six grandchildren; to Berryville, where he operated vat, for the infant son of Jose two sisters - Mrs. R. W. LaRue a business as a building contrac-iMrs" Mary Shimp of Martins an~ Historic Janeva Conway Del- and Mrs. Clarence Ott, both of tor. Later he moved to Jefferson Ferry, Ohio; Mrs. Adie Showacre gado, of Rockaway Beach, N.Y and Mrs. Mabel Walton, both of Charles Town; and two brothers County, where he owned land and Moundsville, W. Va. Who died at birth in the Charles Guilford Turner of I~FD 2, Harp- operated a foal and training Town General Hospital, Oct. 23.1ers Ferry; and Nelson Turner of He married the former Miss Robert,~ Surviving in addition to the Ferndale, Md. . farm. l~arents is one brother. Elizabeth Wohlford, who died [MRS. MARSHALL PLUNKETT July 17, 1964. DONALD E. LONGERBEAM, JR. i Funeral services were held Surviving are two daughters, in Vietnam Plane Crash leral services were held Sat- Thursday, Oct. 24, from St. Pet. Mrs. Rh(~da Shepherd Settle Jef- The remains of Robert Glenn ,October 26, at 3 p. m. er s Catholic Church in Harpers fery of Chapel Hill, N. C and "Bob" Butler, 56, of lVlartinsburg, the Eackles Funeral Chapel Ferry at 11 a. m. for Mary Jane Miss Liza Settle of Winchester. long-time Veterans Administrat- Ferry .by the eRr. (Norris) Plunkett, 42, wife of A graveside service was con- ion Center contact representative, ducted Monday at 4 o'clock inwho was killed Monday, October Green Hill Cemetery, Berryville, 21, in the crash of a U. S. Air T H E K E Y T 0 R E S P 0 N S I B L E by the Rev. M. C. Cook. i Force transport plane while en- i route from Saigon to DaNang, MRS. WILLIAM E. GAGEBY Vietnam, arrived at Dulles Inter S T A T E G 0 V E R N M E N T Funeral services were held this national Airport Wednesday after afternoon (Thursday) at 2 p. m. noon and were taken to Brown I S T H E B U D G E T from the Melvin T. Strider ColD- Funeral Home in Martinsburg. nial Funeral Home in Ranson, Friends will be received by the for Mrs. Nellie L. Gageby, 93, family at ~he funeral home Fri- Under the present Constitution NO ONE MAN is re- widow of William E. Gageby, who day night between .the hours of Sponsible for the budget. The seven.member Board of died Monday, Oct. 28 at the rest- 7 and 9 p. m. Public Works prepares it. The Governor has no veto dence of a son, George W. Gageby Funeral services will be held OVer budget legislation, at Engle, W. Va. She had been in Saturday morn:ing at 11 from the ill health for a long ~ime. The funeral home and burial will be MAKE the Governor responsible for his program! Rev. William Talbott and themade in Pleasant View Monaorial Rev. David Dawson, officiated Gardens near the Baker V. A. LET the Governor prepare the budget! for the service .and burial was Center. made in Elmwood Cemetery in LET the Governor have a veto on the budget - rds'own orn,ovemoer l zz, m ~nepne . . " Berkeley County, Mr Butler was LET the Governor make reductions in budget legislat- Tne aeeeasea was oorn m ms me son ot l~oDer~ U. ana ~s~ella mg un, Md, , - -- ': "-e :'" "harles Nesmith Butler. He was a grad- ion! (the Legislature can override his veto or reductions a Laughter ot m Late ~ , uate of Martmsburg High School by a two-thirds vote), r anu r~Lizaoem r~anes t~rown : "~anct attencma me ~zarunsourg ~ne was a member ot ~eelers n I Busmess College and Shepherd t;napel vtetnoulst nurcn I Co11, VOTE FOR MODERN BUDGET AMENDMENT Engle and of the WSCS of the :,~s~. " " 1" " "---'- church I A veteran ot wor (I war II, " . l he served as a chief motor mach- burviving are one aaugmer, ~-~'~ ma~e in +ho Tr ~ ~, League of Women Voters of Jefferson n " ~ ars. aary ~ngle oI tteeoso ; SLX m +a Oct. 31-1t,-(Pol. Adv.) County sons- Char!es W. Gageby David ean"'T'hea~t~e:~iere"ce~'iveh" h~is'~ A, George w ann r~arry t~ ~age ," " year service pin from the VA in 1967 after having served as con- tact representative at the local VA Center and prior to that serv- ing as contact officer in Colum- bus and Cincinati, Ohio, and in Clarksburg. Also active in Masonic bodies, he was a past master of Robert White Lodge No. 67, A. F. and A. M.; Lebanon Chapter No. 2, Royal Arch Masons; Palestine Comandery No. 2, K. T Osiris Temple A. A, O. N. M. S of WheeLing; and was past worthy patron of Golden Rule Chapter No. 69, O. E. S. Surviving Mr. Butler at the home in Keller's Addition is his wife, Rachel Staubs Butler, whom he ,married August 23, 1936, in Berkeley Springs. He also leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Butler, Jefferson avenue, Pike side; one san Edward Glenn B~t- ler, at the home; one daughter, Dorothy Marie Butler, at the home ;two brothers, Thurman H. Butler, 722 West King street; Martinsburg, Donald C. Buffer, Frankfort, Ind.; six sisters - Mrs: Marshall (Murle) Clark, Inwood; Mrs. Carlton H. (Elsie) Shriver; North Queen street e~tended, Martinsburg; Mrs. Harry (Velma) Ott, Bolivar; Mrs. Sam (Esther) Hehle, Charles Town; Mrs. Robert ,~,~,--.~,~i~lTh~." (Louise) Clopper, Jefferson Ave. Pikeside, Mrs. Thomas (Naomi) Henry, Summit Point ;and a num 1. There is universal agreement that children of Jefferson County are Jefferson ber of ieces. County's most important product 2. It is recognized that complexities of present life demand as complete and thor- F. Co * et" arris0n ough an education as these children can absorb. Funeral services were ne}d 3. Our Board of Education and Public School Administration unanimously agree Tuesday, October 22, from a How- that educational facilities and instructi on are not adequate and must be improved ard County (Md.) Funeral Home to give our children a better start in li fe. for 'E. Chester "Chet" Harrison, 67, of Ellicott City, Md a former ~ AND resident of Charles Town and lertOq~ll~DlUl.Bl~rurtlnGrtlVlUrtr WHEREAS: Hagerstown, Md who died Oct- ober in Maryland General Our Public School Citizen's Advisory Committee and every member of the Board Hospital, Baltimore, Md where of Education, have after months of planning and careful study made certain rec- he had been a patient about a l Ommendations for improving our school facilities and program of instruction and month. The Rev. Mr. Gruber Offi Passage of the School Bond is necessary t o carry out this comprehensive school ira- ciated and burial was made in Provement plan. Laurel, Md. The deceased was born in Bal- Tuvnvv nv timbre, June 29, 1901, a son of atlr'l~r'rut~r'I the late W. Edgar and Catherine E. Harrison. He was educated in 5. We the Eastern Panhandle Medical Society, resolve to approve and support the Baltimore elementary schools, said School Bond Issue, and urge all concerned citizens to do likewise so that and Baltimore Polytech Insti,tute children of Jefferson County canbe better educated, and Johns Hopkins University. In 1940 he joined the Victor Pro- 6. We hereby endorse a YES vote on 5 No vember, 1968 F O R School Bond and ducts Corpora.Lion in Hagerstown, LEVY. Md as a designer engineer and. ' in 1948 when he was named head of the Victor Engineering Depart: ment and was .transferred to Cha- " rles Town, he and his family pur chased Hillbrook Farm on the EARL ALLARA MARIA VEGA MILDRED WILLIAMS Summit Point Road where they. MARSHALL GLENN J.L. VAN METRE DR, FRANK JANSEN resided until about three years JULES LANGLET HALVARD WANGER W.P. WARDEN ago when they moved to Ellicott] City. 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