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IRIT OF JEFFERSON rxR ERS ADVOCATE t959 3--A Deaths and Funerals JANE DARR Jane Darr, 87, wi- the late Samuel G. Darr, died Tuesday afternoon of her daughter with made her home, Mrs. Ra,nson Circle. In Front Royal, Va. Mar- the deceased was a dau the late Larry and Aman Piggins. are: Mrs. W. B. Junction; Mrs. Wright, R. R. Darr, Shen Junction, H. H. Darr, Va.; H. P. Darr, Ran Darr, Hagerstown, Md.: Glaize, Ranson; Miss r, Hagerstown; Mrs. Rob Charles Town. Two sis Julia Walters, Front Mrs. Henry Sealock, two brothers, Russell Front Royal; and Jesse Louisa, Va.; 33 grand- 34 great grandchildren great-great grandchild- survive ;. and relatives will be re tt the Melvin T. Strider Home in Ransc:] until noon when .the body to William Memor- C'hurch near Shen- Junction for services at The l~v. j. D. Sergent assisted by the Rev. Butcher. Burial wil.1 be Edge Hill Cemetery in MARTIN KNOTT Martin I~nott, 63, RPD, n died Sunday Daughters Hos,pital been a pat,tent for Weeks. was born in Lu- 4, 1896 a son of In, re Alice Strickler i;~ng i,n addition to his wife ~lorence Hurt Knott, are ~ghters-Mrs. Mason Kirk, !~le, Va.; Mrs. Edward i~fhenandoah- : Junction s Sin=at, Charles Town :l ,s Darner Shenandoah Mrs. Burrcle Smallwood )n, D. C.; iViiss Ru,th enandoah Ju,notion; one kt'in Knott Shenandoah ; two sisters-Mrs. Walter Rileyville Va.' Mrs. Alice ay, Va~; two brothers- art Stanley Va.; and ~t.t, Luray, ~ra.; and 23 were held Wed P. m. from t)he ~Melvin er Colonial Funeral Home an: the Rev. Roy Webster Mlddleway Pentecos,tal officiating. Burial was I Edge Hill Cemetery in Town. ge Shirley, widow ~ey W. Shirley, died Thurs ./ith~vI home of a sis~,er ~rs. ]D oore in Erie, Pa. -~ad resided in New York : :~,a number of years before '~ Erie. We of Middleway she was U~ter of the late S. F. and McCou~h.try W~ite. ,rig are a son, Stan,ley W. Alto=no, Pa.; e,ne grand her sister, Mrs. Moore; of nieces and no- arrived at the Melvin Company Colonial Fun here on Saturday after services Sunday at 2 Episcopal Church i~ with the Rev. Temple officiating. was in the church ceme- | :! Mexico; Fred of Shepherdstown; Raleigh of Washington, D. C. and Jack of Hagerstown, Md.; a dau- ghter, Mrs. Robert Connelly of Sweetwater, Fla. The body will be brought to their former residence near Shep- herdstown Friday following servi- ces in Sweetwater o,n Wednesday. Graveside services will be held at 3 p. m. in Elmwood Cemetery in Shepherdstown with the Rev. Ran dall Parsons officiating. By Miss Dorothy Bowers Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ranalli and three children Vivian, Marili Jo. and Joey of Millville were visi- tars Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Boyd. Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Gray, Mrs. Earl Peacher, Mrs. Edwin Cleve,nger, accompanied by Mrs. James Milton o$ Charles Town m= ;=red to Vienna, Va. Wednesday where they visited Mrs. Gray's bro ther and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John Hill. Mr. Hill w'ho has been quite ill was admitted to the Arlington Hospital on Saturday for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Les,ter Moler and Miss Esther Pope visited Sunday after,noon with Mr. and Mrs. Rag er Milbourne in Charles Town. Mr. M. H. Hindman, Mrs. A. D. Jones of Charles Town and Mrs. Paul Mills, Sr. accompanied Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Henkle to Culpep- er, Va. on Friday where they at- tended the annual "Harvest Home at the Baptist Home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simons, so,n Bobby and grandson Lee Simons. Mrs. Avis Grim of Charles Town, Mr. and Mrs. William Hoak and Miss Dorothy Bowers spent Pri- MIs. Donald Frye m Charle~ Town Sunday af,ternoon. By Miss Dorothy Lake Ilalloween Party i The Millville Elementary School !held ti~eir annual Halloween par- ty on OctOber 30 with teachers and pupils in costmnes. A parade was held on the play grounds and the following pupils were picked as winners by the judges: 1st and 2nd grades pret- tiest, Penny Ann Bagent as a were: James and Whi,te l, W. O. McCoug~htry R. W. McCormick Timberlake. bride; Michael Fritts, funniest as Kongo the beast. 3rd and 4th gra des prettiest, Debbie Ranalli as a fairy; funniest, Mickey Baller~ger as a tramp. 5th and 6th grades, prettiest, Suzanne D'Angelo as a princess; Funniest Sue Ellen Lon gerbeam as an old man. For the school prettiest, ~reddie Ra,nalli as a girl, ugliest Charlotte John- son as a hobo and most original Michael Nicewarner as an old :nail. Refreshments of g~ngerbread cookies, candies, potato chips and eider was served. ,Mr. and Mrs. Gene DeWalt of Carlisle, Pa. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lake returned home with Mr. and Mrs. DeWalt for a visit. They will also visit Mr. and Mrs. George Gordon of Hampton, Pa. Mr .and Mrs. Clifton Kelican and family Nancy, Gary Junior Gay and Melody Penwell recent- ly spe,nt Sunday with SK3, How- ard Kelican and wife of Washing- ton, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. George Monti of Richmond, Va. spent the weekend with the latters parents Mr. and ,Mrs. Gilbert Dodson. [ Sunday guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. ,L. E. Wiltshire were Mr. and Mrs. Elm=re Wenner a,nd son Freddie Lee of Lovettsville, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Ral~ph Shirley o'f Wadesville Va., Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wiltshire and Children of Harpers Ferry and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wiltshire and children of Ransom ,Mr. Granvel Longerbeam, Mrs. Norman James and Mr. and Mrs. ,William Kol~ne motored to Har- risonburg on Sunday. The latter remained for a visit with Mr. Ko- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kohne. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shirley of Wadesville, Va. spent Sunday with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wiltshire. Mrs. Joseph Milton and dough ter Li,nda of Kabletown visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milton on :Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Haines and cl~ildren Cynthia and 'Gerry of Brownsville Md. were guests of the latters parents Mr. and 'Mrs. Henry Ballenger c,n Sunday. Mr. and ~ Mrs. Johnny Milton ,and son of Kabletown were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ~VIilton and son on Thursday evening. '-HARKET REPORT The quotations of The Blue Rid ge Livestock Sales at Charles Town Monday, Nov. 2, 1959. Receipts of cows and hogs mod- erate with a good demand for all butcher hogs, shoats and calves. Feature of sale was prime veal $37.00. Choice butcher steers none; good butcher steers 23.00 to 25.00; plain to medium steers 20.00 ,to 23.00; choice butcher :heifers none; good bu,tcher ,heifers 22.00 to 24.00 plain to medium heifers 14.00 to 21.00; good bulls 20.00 to 21.30; ~ped in W~nc:hester, Va. Friday ev- plain to medium bulls 16.00 to 19.- enmg and were also visitors at 00; commercial cows 16.50 to 18.00 the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. utility cows 15.00 to 16.00; canners Becker near Harpers Ferry. and cutters 15.00 down; cows by Visitors Sunday afternoon at the head up to 190.00; stacker and the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer feeder steers 20.00 to 28.00; stock Wright and family were Mr. and heifers and bulls by the head ub day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons and son Michael i,n Ranson helping the latter to col =brat= his second birthday anni- versary. Birthday cake, ice cream, cokes, potato chips and mints were enjoyed during the evening. Thursday evening visitors at the home of Mrs. Ida Costello and family were Mrs. Costello's son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Edward Young of Ra,nson. Miss Suzanne Gray was a week end guest of her schoolmate Miss Juanita Rollins in Bakerton. Miss Jennifer Grey, her sister spent the weekend with her cousin Miss Sharon Clevenger. Mrs. Earl Peacher accompanied Mrs. Ralph =den, Mrs. William Trail rand Mrs. Leslie Hollis of Bol ivar to Hagerstown, Md. on Man day where they spent the day ~hopping. Mr. Huey Muse and Miss Betty Cagey of Leesburg, Va. were Sun day afternoon visitors with the formers brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Alton Muse and son. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hindman of Charles Town were dinner guests iSl~snday of Mr. and Mrs. aul M'I s, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mills Jr. who moved last weekend tnto the Walraven apartment in Charles Town visited in the after nootl with Paul's parents, of Mr. and Mrs Marvin Kimes Charles Town were visitors Thurs day ever~ing With Mr. and Mrs. ~avid Penwell and family Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ott and family and the formers parents r. and Mrs. Bernard Ott shop- Mrs. Bill Strickler and daug, hters Barbara and Joan of BerryviHe, Va. Mrs. Mary Jenkins of Alex- to 140.00; Choice to prime calves 34.00 to 37.00; good butcher calves 28.00 to 33.00; medium butcher calves 23.- a,ndria, Va. xpent several days last ~ ~ week with her brother-in-law and00 to 27.00; thin calves 22.00 down LY D. DARBEHAdVIM sister Mr. and Mrs. Wright. heavy calves 18.00 to 28.00; (~Bally Donley Darbeha.m,mMrs. Foster Brenneman of Char La,mbs good 18.00 to 20.00; '~esident of Jeff _ les Town spent Thursday after- lambs 17.00 down; butcher ewes ~in Sw erson tournoon with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson tL~ eet~a,ter, Fla. Boyd at ~heir home "Bellair" 3.00 to 5.00; Stock ewes per head ~cel;?aW~Sb:h~n in Jeff- ,Mrs. Francis Whittington and ~~d bu:tcher hogs 14.25 to 14.- ]Dflliam Clayto~U~r,~ the Mrs. Lester Moler were in Wi,n-75; medium butcher hogs 14.00 to 14.50; bu, tcher sows 10.00 to 13.00: :~ Y "ne'hart. fo:'-~ " Y" y' ~heavy feeders and light butcher ur oro ~IILly Donlev ~.~,~ ~,. - Mrs. Winerd Bowers visited her hogs 13.00 to 15.00; shoa,ts per - "" '~'~ ~e~vson i ' " ' -n-l~w and daug%tter .Mr. and hundz)ed 16.00 down; pigs per head 7 75 down' heavy boars 7.00 to 8.00; stags none; ~ows and pigs none; stock boars 8.00 to 11.50. Miscellaneous Sales start 11:00 A. M.-Livestock Sales 1:30 P. M. each Monday. de Butcher hogs needed-heavy - PEOPLES ] [ PEOPLES [ mand" rWrs c! "PURE PURE Mayo aims BUCKWHEAT CORN HEAL Noveml .r ASeRehgmn 5-Lb. Pkg. 2-Lb.. 5-Lb. Pkg.. In American Life Month PEOPLEs BEST--- F VOR FRESH EGGS Graded Candled Daily PEOPLES HOG GROWER SPEE . DEE PAT AND PEOPLES 16% DAIRY RATION MOUSE KILLER SAMUEL STREET The world ,today cMls for men and women of good will to exercise i,their faith 'by consisten,t, positive action, being strong and uncom- 'promising in holding to ,the spir- itual pNnciples on which our n~t- ion was founded. Fa~th in Divine power has been expressed on .Vhe nation's coins si,nce 1864 with the words, "In ,God W,e Trust", .and our rel, igious ~beHefs have steadfastly endured as the ~foundation of our way of SUPP Y MON~FI in C(har]es Town .and I urge that every citizen pamcm~.te in thts prograrm throtw.h regu,mr PHONE 17 : ~l~teada, nce in a,house of worship. t ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY The freedoms we enjoy today are 0he gift of God, whatever ,the Soma or creed we use in ,worstS. p- ,ping Hi,m and it is am" privilege to exercise ~this freedom by giving ~hanks a,t our house's of worship. i l~l,ig~ous faiths st~blizes f~mily ~l~fe, and regular ~ttendance at t ne !~worship services of ,our .cho~ce ,builds moral character zor me ~ - dividual, the .family, .the commun l,ty ~nd the ,nation. Now therefore. 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