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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON NOVEMBER 26. Deaths and Funerals THOMAS NUCKLES Thomas Nuckles, 69, of Va., formerly of Jef- died Monday night Memorial Hospital. bec,n employed by the and Ohio Railroad as for 52 years to the retiring. in Martinsburg he was a the late Thomas and Har- Nuckles. most of his life in )ah Junction before mov about two years are two sons-John G. Winchester; Warren B. Washington, D. C., and Junction; one grand tnd two sisters-Mrs. Mabel Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs. Fort Lauderdale, Will be held ,Saturday m. at Rosemont, Kogel- and Coffma,n Funeral MartinSburg. Will be in Ehnwood Cem- L. E. VICKERS were held Tuesday af- at 2 from St. Peters Lu- Church, Shepherdstow,n Charlotte Melissa Vick- of Lawrence E. Vick- died Friday night in Hospital in Mar Where she had been a r~ly a day. The Rev. John officiated and burial Cemetery in Shep n Pennsylvania, she was of Fannie Regecca and the late Rev. Grose, her father hav a minister in the Meth- Lference. was an active mem 'Peter's Lutheran Chur teaching a class and was a the ,Moler's Farm We- are her mother, Che- Md.; son. Lawrence at the home near three sisters-Mrs. Chevy Chase; Mrs. and M~s. Margaret lver Spring, Md.; and E. ALLEN services were held Tues iscopal Church Park Avenue at !Don at 2 p. m. from St. 51st Street at 10:30 a. m. Tues- copal Church, Rippon, day. Ernest Allen, 47 of Burial was in the Old Chapel died u,nexpectedly Cemetery, Millwood at 11 a. m. Right at his home of aWednesday. The Rev. Temple the Children's Haven C.E. (TED) ELLIOTT Town, officiated and Funeral services were held Mo;a ~nade in Green Hill day afternoon at 2:30 from the Berryville, Vs. Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funer- was born in Rippon al Home in Ranson, for Cleon Ed- 7 ~t fARMERS AD% 0CATE I Faneral services will be held Sat o t 'urday afternoon at 2:30 from the 1959 "'---~ Melvin T. Strider Colonial Fu,qer- l al Home, with the Rev. Richard Scholl, pastor of Charles Town Methodist Church, offiicating. Bur ial will be made in Edge Hill Cem etery in Charles Town. I Mr. Allen was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose Lodge No. 2493. John JOHN A. CIIEW Aldridge Chew, 75, a na- tive of Charles Town died Satur- day evening at LeRoy Hospital, New York after a brief illness. l Mr. Chew, preside,nt of the York ,City chemical firm of John A. I Chew, Inc., had lived for some years in Clarke County and was well-known in the Winchester- Clarke County area. He was mar- ried to the former Miss Octavia Thomson of Summit Point, W. Va. Mr. Chew began his chemical career in 1903 as a salesman for the New York branch of Philadel phia's Rosengarte,n and Sons. In 1910 he joined Bauer Chemical Company a~ office manager and in 1914 he joined the British-Am- erican Chemical Company as sales manager. From 1917 to 1930, Mr. Chew served as vice president in charge of sales for Warner Chemical Company, Warner Klipstein Com- pany and Westvaco Chlorine Pro- ducts. He was vice president of Swarm Chemical Company from 1930 to 1932 when he opened his own firm, dealing in industrial and fine chemicals. On May 26, 1953, more than 40 leaders of the chemical indus- try held a testimonial dinner for Mr. Chew, marking his 50th year as a chemical merchant. On that occasion the trade publication "Chemical Week" paid tribute to Mr. Chew as a "witty, fast-think- ing, individual, one of the old- time, free-wheeling, independent chemical merchants", who had e,n tered the infant chemical industry in a "raw, rugged period, marked by price wars and unsophistica- ted realism". Mr. Chew's com- pany had been a "success from the out-set" said the magazine. Mr. Chew was a member and former officer of the Chemist's Club, NYC and the Maidstone Club, Easthampton, N. Y. Besides his widow he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. LeBaron S. Willard Jr. of New York City; two So,ns, Robert P. Chew of New York City and Peter T. Chew of Wash- ington, D. C. and six grandchild- ren. A memorial service was held at St. Bartholomew's Protestant Ep- MRS. FONROSE PENWELL JR. Mrs. Bessie Ellen Penwell, 64, widow of the late Ponrose Pen- well, Jr. died Tuesday at the Charles Town General Hospital where she had been a patient for the past two weeks. The deceased was born in the Mountain Mission section of Jeff erson County, April 15, 1895, a daughter of the late John and Julia Painter Longerbeam. She was a member of St. Andrews Epis copal Church. Surviving are: a daughter, Mrs. Goldie Painter, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Ellen Wilt of the Bloomery; Mrs. h'ene Akers, California; Mrs. Mary Heishma,n, Charles Town; Mrs. Bessie Ballenger, Hillsboro, Vs.; Mrs. Kathryn Brackett. Har pers Ferry; six sons-Lester W. Pen well, Berkeley Springs; James C.. Donald K., Francis F. and Edward A. Penwell of Harpers Ferry; and Sergeant Eppa D. Penwell of Fort Knox, Ky. Two brothers-William Longerbeam and Thomas Lc,nger beam, also survive along with 31 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. The body will remain at the Me] vin T. Strider Colonial Yuneral Home Bntil Friday at ,noon when it will be taken to St. Andrews Episcopal Church for services a~ 2 p. m. The Rev: Stanley Hauler, rector of Zion Episcopal Church. Charles Town, will officiate. He will be assisted by the Rev. C. W. Lloyd. Burial will be in the chur- chyard. Killed When ByCarNear Mrs. Cecil Feagans, 67, who re- sides 1.7 miles West of Berryville on Virginia State Route 7, was killed Saturday evening on the highway in front of her home when she was struck by a car as she was on her way to her mail box an the opposite side of the road. Virginia State Trooper H. K. Malbon said that Miss Eleanor Ann 'Creamer, 18 of Shenandoah Junction was the driver of the car which struck Mrs. Feagans. The officer said Miss Creamer's car was travelling West on Route 7, following another car when it struck Mrs. Feagans. James J, Kibbs of Bluemont was operati,ng the first car and told Trooper Malbon that he had cut to the left and then made a sharp turn back to the right to avoid hitting a person crossing the highway. Miss Creamer told the trooper that when she saw the Kibbs car swerve in front of her, she thou- ght there was an accident ahead, 1912 a son of Mrs. Flor ward (Ted) Elliott, 51, well- applied her brakes and swerved Allen and the late Ed- known former Jefferson County ~to the right to avoid hitting the ~': ~chool teacher, who died Friday Ki0bs car. was twice married, his morning in Charles Towxl Gener- • ST/e said that at the same time : now Mrs. Elizabeth al Hospital after an extended ill- Mrs. Feagans suddenly appeared His present wife hess. The Rev. Dr. Richard T. Kelley Allen. School, pastor of the Charles along with his wife Town Methodist Church, official- are a daughter, Mrs. lng, assisted by the Rev, Robert Machado and two Hiller, a •former pastor and the Vlckie Lynn and Rev. Cameron Johnson of Em- Alle,n Machado, all of mittsburg, Md. Burial was made a sister, Mrs. H. B. in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles two brothers, Town. Allen of Rippon Arthur Montgomery Ferry. rlON! and WOMEN ! IT 'IS N0 Late To Order kRS, BOOK and Customers for ORDERS :00 p. M. Mon- 7th, for BEFORE [AS! (}l I LENNON 486) orth Charles St. W. Va. LAY" 6qt. The deceased was born i,n Char les Town, Nov. 2, 1908, a son of Mrs. Virginia Wageley Elliott and the late John G. Elliott. He taught at Charles Town High School for 16 years at Har- pers Ferry High School for five years and for the past five years was a 'member of the Emmitts- burg, Md. High School faculty. After attending Shepherd Col- lege he was graduated from West Virginia University in 1932 and later did graduate work at George Washington U,niversity and West- eI~ Maryland College. He was a member of the Em- mittSburg Methodist Church, the Conservation Club and Fire Corn party there. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mil dred Horner Elliott, son Joseph H. and daughter Elizabeth F, at the home in Emimttsburg, his me ther in Ranso,n and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Davis, Clarksburg. ] In lieu of flowers Mr. Elliott re I quested that contributions be made to the building fund of the ,'harles Town Methodist Church. MRS. WALTER M. BARB Mrs. Nettle Victoria Barb, 73, wife of Walter M. Barb, Ranson, died Wednesday morning at her home in Ranson. The deceased was born Jan. 30, 1886, in 'Somerset, Pa. a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wilt. Survivors i~aclude her husband, at home; a daughter, Mrs. Sarah K. Rinker, Ranson; three sons- Thomas Barb, RYe:) 1, Harpers Ferry; Henry and Robert J. of Ranson; a step-son, William Barb of TIalltown; a step-daughter, Mrs. Melvin Bowers, Middleway and two-gi~ters. ( ) h FOR THE FARM t°ck, Seed and Fertilizer m_. cracks and Machinery. tlrclh ,g. Parlo/-s and Bulk Tanks. Slng Real Estate. F0R THE FAMILY' Debts. OUR "FARM CREDIT MAN" EVERLY WILLIAM W. HAMMOND Vs. County Agent's Office L5751 Mondays, 10 to 12 Dial Shepherdslown 4 11 in frcnt of her car. The Trooper said that the vic- tim was knocked to the ground on the north shoulder o,f the high- way, about 1.7 miles west of Ber- ryville, He reported that Miss Creamer stopped her car about 35 feet from Mrs. Feagan's body. The Clarke County Red Cross ambulance took the victim to Me- morial Hospital where she was pro nounced dead on arrival. The Trooper said she suffered internal injuriess and fractures of both legs. She was born Sallie Spates, Oct. 23, 1'893 in Wi,nchester, a daugh- ter of the late Thomas P. and Annie Fields Spates. Her husband preceded her in death. SurviVing are the following child ren: Robert R. and Wilder W. Feagans of Winchester, Kenneth L. Feagans of Baltimore, Cecil B. Feagans of Florida a,nd Wayne V. and Bill T. Feagans, Mrs. Marion !Jones and Mrs. Nancy P. Vincent, and Mrs. Elaine Moore all of Ber ryville; one brother, Thomas H. Spates of Leesburg and one sister Mrs. Minnie S. Perry of Wi,nches- ter. Funeral services for the deceas- ed were held Tuesday morning at 11 a. m. from the Enders Funeral Home in Berryville, with the Rev. Robert D. Goshorn officiating. Bur ial was made in Mt. "Hebron Ceme tery in 'Winchester, Vs. Baptist Women Will Observe Week Of Prayer For Foreign Missions Bginning No~m.br 30 and con- lnulng through Dec. 4 the Women of the Baptist Missionary Society will meet each day at the church for their Foreign Mission pro- gram. The theme for the week is i"O God, 'We Pray for all Man- ki~ad". The day and time of each ,meet- ing is as follows: Monday, Nov. 30 at 2:30 p. m.; Tuesday, Dec, 1 at 7:30 p. m.; Wednesday, Dec. 2 at 7:30 p. m.; Thursday, Dec. 3 at 2:30 p. m.; Friday, Dec, 4 at 7:30 p.m. The Lottie Moon Christmas of- fering will be received at the Fri day evening service. The goal for this offering is $982.91-a 12%i~.- crease over last years offering. USE CLASSIFIED ADS "The toughest problem some children face is that of learning good manners with- out seeing any." Will Direct Building Completion Crusade At Methodist Church REV. LEON L. BLACKMAN Rev. Leon Lore Blackman who will direct the Building Complet- ion Crusade at the Charles Town Methodist Church in Charles town Methodist Church in Char- les Town, is a member of the New Jersey Conference where he has ,~eld several pastorates, including ~,he Calwalader Heights Methodist ~h~rch,, in the capital city of Tre,~ ~on; the Central Methodist Chur- ch, in Atlantic City, the well- ' Łnown resort and convention city: ~nd the First Methodist Church :n historic Cape May. He is a graduate of the Teach- er's College and the School of ~rheology of Temple University in Philadelphia. He received his mas ~er's degree from the Theological School. Mr. Blackman comes to Charles l'ow,n as a representative of the :Department of Finance and Field 3ervice of the Division of National Missions of the Methodist Church ˘˘ith offices in Philadelphia. This Department, organized in 1932, is staffed with Methodist ministers who are in active relationship with ~heir Annual Confers,rices and who are especially trained to aid churches in fund raising crusades. During the year ending May 31, 1959, the ministers in this Depart ment raised over 20 million dol- lars in 268 crusades, mostly in lo- cal churches• Since 1954, whet~ Mr. Black.man became a staff member in this Department, he has directed over i00 local church crusades in 35 Annual Conferences located in the ~ix Jurisdictions of the Church. His work has taken him to 26 states, including our new fiftieth state of Hawaii and the District 'of Columbia. In Hawaii he has completed two assignments, dir- ecting crusades in nine local chur ches on the Islands of Oahu, Maul and Ha,wail. Recently he complet- ed assignments at the High Street Methodist Church- At~urn, Me. Adrnlore Methodist Church- Winston-Salem, N. C.; Linden~ wald Methodist Church, Hamil- to,n, Ohio. After leaving Charles Town he will direct a crusade in the Union Ridge Methodist Church of Win- ston-Salem, N. C. My Miss Margaret Houser Mr. and Mrs. James F. Mahoney and sons Mrs. Nel}ie Moler and a friend of Cheverly, Md., Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cole, Chryl and Mike Stamatas, Mrs. G. W. Emmert and Mrs, W. S. Geary of Wash- ington, D. C. were Sunday evening supper guests of Mrs. Anna Mary Hetzel and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mills and daughters. Mrs. Dewey Meadows and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lake of Mlllville accompanied by Miss Margaret Houser motored to Berkeley Springs on Monday and attended the Hagerstown District Confer- ence. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fiede and two childre,n of Falls Church, Va, have bought Joe Capriotti home and have moved into it. We wel- come them to our community. Mr. Fred Tabler of Martinsburg was Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harding and son and Mrs. Anrtie Loudan. Mrs. Mildred Capriotti who has been on the sick list is able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ridenour of Woodstock, Vs. were Sunday guest,s of Mr. a,nd Mrs. Herbert Irvin. Five births, three boys and two girls occurred at the Charles Town General Hospital during the four day period of Nov, 21-24. A daughter, Susa,n Lynn was born Saturday, Nov. 21 to Mx. and Mrs. Franklin R. Ashbaugh, Mill- ville. Sunday, Nov. 22, a daughter, Shirley Ann was born to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil William Lanham Jr. of Purcellville, Va. and the same day a son, Thomas Lee was born to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Breeden, of lq~t nse,n. Monday, Nov. 23 a son, Charles Glem'oy Jr. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Rice, Brunswick, Md. Tuesday, Nov. 24 a son Stanley Eugene was born to Mr. and Mrs. James W. Stull, Brunswick, Md. Medical patients admitted to the hospital during the ,perlo~ of Nov. 18-24 'were: Mrs. Doris~'L. Rinker, Falls Church, Va.; Mrs. Nellie F. Pierso~n, Mrs. Shirley Marie Smallwood, little Kelley L. Bradley all of Charles Town; Sam uel M. eden and Mrs. Alice Twigg Harpers Ferry; and Mrs. Theresa Longerbeam, Millville. Surgical patients admitted were Mrs. Virginia Ahalt, Mrs. Carolyn S. Airs, Mrs. Bertha M. Simons, Master James M. McCormick, City; l~rs. Ella R. Watson, Kear- neysville; Mrs. Marjorie I. Bow- den, Mr. Ralph E. Painter, MX. Phillip N. eden, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Le,na V. Stevens, Little Janet ,Lou Darr, Mrs. Mary E. Moore, Knoxville, Md.; Mr. Theodore Bush, Wilmington. Del.; Mr. Dar ryl W. Wheeler. Baltimore, Md. ,Out patients were Clarence Fra zler, Harpers Ferry; Ellen J. Barr, Carolyn Aits, William Maupin, Wil liam Chicchirlchi, City; Ralph Painter, Phillip eden, Harpers Ferry; Theodore Bush,, WilmiRg- ton, Del.; Edison Green, hanson; Cc~nrad Walker, City; Betty Long By Miss Lillian Myers Dr. Earl Grim and Mr. Clyde Cogle, Middletown, Pa. spent TuBs day with Mr. and Mz's. William Miller. Miss Ruth Thompson is a pat- ient i~ Kings Daughters Hospital Martinsburg. Hez" many fz'iends wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Payne of Harrisonburg, Vs. spent the week end with their son and daughter- in-law Mr, and Mrs. David Payne. Mrs. S. J. Sergent a,nd children have returned home after visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Vasser in Charleston, W. Va. Mr. and Mz~. Sam Cross and children of Front Royal, Va. spent Sunday with his mothar Mrs. Wal ter Ronemous and brother a,nd sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cross. Miss Mary Catherine Whitting ton of Washingtonspent the week end with her mother Mrs. Morris Whittington. A son was recently bor~ to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Coulter. Mrs. Coul ter is the former Miss Kay Dart formerly of the Junction but now living in Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Snyder spen, t the weekend with their sister-in- law Mrs. R~sh'~ Snyder kn Cleve- l land, Ohio. Miss Maria Snyder [who had spent the past three weeks there retflrned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. William Miller and daughter Ruth spent Sunday with his sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. George Wageley in Hagerstown, Md. Mr. Robert McGarry is visiting his daughter a,nd son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Cassell in Hyde Park, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rice of I Hyattsville, Md. -spent Sunday with her mother Mrs. Sl~erman ' Hopper. I Mrs. Walter Ronemous is visit, lng her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cross in Front Royal, Vs. :Two D ers Are Nabbed By Police Charles Tow~q State Tz~)oper Tommy Ward reported today the arrest of two Jefferson County men on drunken driving charges, one being apprehended Friday night and the other early Sunday morning. Trooper Ward said Morris 'Eug- ene Butts, 28 of Charles Town was taken into custody Friday night while driving through Ranson. He was taken before Justice of the Peace Merle Alger and fined $50 and costs and had his driver's li- cense revoked for six months when found guilty of a drunken driving charge. Early Sunday morning Trooper Ward and W. R. Barlow, were on patrol on State .Route 9, North of Ranson and arrested Thomas Hugh McDowell, 50 of Kearneys- ville on a drunken driving charge. He was given a hearing this morn ing before Justice of the Peace Roger E. Clipp a,nd after pleading guilty to the charge was fined $50 and costs and had his driving li- cense revoked. guests with the latters mother ! Mrs. Ethel Buzzard and family, i Mr. Harold Staubs of Balti- more, Md. spent the weekend with his wife Mrs. Delma Staubs and son. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Staubs and family were Sunday after- noon visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cole and family in Alex a~drla, Va. Mr. Walter Cogle, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cogle, Mrs. Mary Cogle, and Mrs. Leona Everhart were Sunday evening guests with Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Holmes and fam- ily in Hagerstown, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Staubs and family moved into our com- munity on Friday. They have pur chased themselves a trailer. Mrs. Mildred Cogle and two childre~ were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Longer- beam in Cl~estnut Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Buford and daughter left on Monday mor ning for ]:ndiana to spend some- time with the formers parents. Mr. Raymond LaBelle who has been stationed in Germany with [~henandoah Junction; Edie Mil- USE CLASSIFIED ADS [burn, Victoria McDonald, Wiley -~- Wainwright,'City. READ THE CLASSIFIED,g By Mrs. Ethel Buzzard Mr, and Mrs. Ro---- ert Spitter of tl R Baltimore, Md. were weekend ! 1l $79.95 Matching Remote STERe ,SPEAKER UNIT the Army" is visiting with his grandmother Mrs, Mattie Davis. Mr. LaBelle is married to a Oer- man bride and expects to make a career of the army and will .be sta tioned in Aberdeen, Md. for a- while. Mrs. Maude Piper and daughter Dorothy of near Chestnu.~ Hill were Sunday callers with Mrs. Eth el Buzzard and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Whithair axed son Kelth of Harpers Ferry were Sunday guests with the lat- ters parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Everhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rodgers of Brunswick, Md. were ~unday guests with the formers parents Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. A get together service including the three ch,~rches of Shenandale charge will have a song service on ~unday eveni0ng at 7 o'clock p. m. at the Silver Grove Methodist ,Church. The pastor Rev. C. W. Lloyd. You are invited to attend. These services are on each fifth :Sunday of the month at one of the cliurche~. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehair and son Keith of Harpers Perry were Tuesday visitors with the latters father Mr. Howard Ever- hart. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and children of Mann~ags were -Saturday evening visitors with the latters parents Mr. and Mrs. Cap- tain Rodgers. I Mr. Clarence Cogle returned to his home on Wednesday from the Winchester Memorial Hospital where he was a l~tient for several d ays. 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