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5 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1973 us. r. L susnoni Died Thursday A199 ’ in the Reformed Cemetery in Funeral services were con— Shepherdstown. ducted Monday evening at The deceased was born Sep- tember 12, 1896, in Bakerton, a Charles Town Baptist Church for Mrs. Alice E. Bushong, of 501 daughter of James William and Eliza Jane Loudan Hoffman. She South Mildred Street, Charles Town, who died Thursday was an active member of Ti-i- State Baptist Church of Charles November 23 at the ‘Knott Nursing Home where‘she had Town. She is survived by one son, been a guest. The Rev. Dr. Wyman Hall officiated, in- Larry Hoffman, Savage, Md; 7 grandchildren; 6 great grand- [ermem was in Edge Hi“ children; ,and ’a sister, Mrs. Cemetery. Evelyn Jackson, Qiarles Town. The deceased, whose death ‘ followed an extended illness, was born February 22, 1879, in Baltimore, Md, 3 daughter of the late Thomas V. and Sarah Decormis Kessler. Had she lived until February she would have been 100. Upon her marriage to At- torney Frank L. Bushong, Sr., in 1907, she moved to‘ Charles Town. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1935. She was the eldest member of the Charles Town Baptist Church, being in her 99th year.; she was an active member of the Daughters of the American Revolution; the Daughters of the American Colonists; the Hugeriot Society ;; the Daughters of the War of 1812; and the United Daughters of the Con- federacy. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. George (Sarah) Dress, Jr. daughter, Carroll Ritenour, both of Winchester. Mrs. Debby Smith and son. Billy of near Charles Town are spending‘several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Seal while her husband spent sometime hunting. Mrs. Pat Hoover and daughter, Lori, of Berryville, Va. were also holiday visitors . We are sorry to report that Mr. Seal has not been feeling up to par recently. An old World War lI foot injury is giving him trouble. Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Lee Saville, Martinsburg visited her mother, Mrs. George Wines and family. Over the past weekend of Nov. 17th Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Whittington and children, 813mm and Brian and Jason m0ved to their mobile home located in the Russell Trailer Court, Middleway‘. Mrs. Thomas Penwell and Mrs. Ollie Zombro have returned to the Jefferson Memorial Hospital for further treatment. . Thanksgiving Day guests of Mrs. J. Edgar Ware, Mr. and Mrs. Burwell S. Ware, Wood- byne Farm, were Mr. and Mrs. Turner Ramey, their son, Turner, and their daughter Debbie all of Walnut Hill Farm and the latter’s friend, Steve Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Link, III of Shenandoah Junc- tion. The former’s son J. Edgar Ware, Jr. and his son, James of Quaker Town, Pa. came Friday to spend the weekend. J.N. Andrews II, a freshman at East Carolina University was an overnight visitor Thursday of his grandmother, Mrs. John N. Andrews, Avonwood Farm. Mrs. Stephanie Day of Avon Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Blanche Huddle Eiiertson, Charles Town; one daughter, Mrs. louise Ferrell, louisin'lle, Ky.; three sons, Robert T. Eilertson, Jr., Wheaton, Md; Warren H. Eilertson, Fort Washington, Md; Edward V. Eilertson, College Park, Md; 10 grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Mabel Klimp, Detroit Lakes, Minn; one half-brother, John E. Oien, Fergus Fall, Minn. Donald Lee. Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shirley and Jason, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breeden, Mrs. Charles Shirley from Tuscawilla Hills, Mrs. Roy Miller from Bluefield, W.Va. Lance Corporal Charles Siirley was unable to be home for Thanksgiving due to KP duty at Camp LeJuene, N.C., but he did call home. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James were Mr. Orin Ritter and Ms. Deborah Fults from Win- chester, Va. ,Mr. and Mrs. Hughie Hough, Johnny and Chris from Bunker Hill, Mr. and Mrs. James Cain, Mr. and Mrs. Newt Cain from the Village.’lhursday morning caller was Mr. Charles Fritts from Manassas, Va. Mr.. Bob Hague spent the Thanksgiving Holiday with his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wangdahland children in An- napolis, Md. On Thanksgiving Day Mrs. Lawrence Ring,Sr. prepared her Thanksgiving dinner with turkey and all the trimmings and took it to the home of her mother, Mrs. Lester Kackley in Brucetown, Va. She shared the meal with her mother since she has been confined to her bed for a long time. Those enjoying the dinner along with Mrs. Kackley, Mrs. Ring were Mrs. Larry Ring, Billy, Becky and Debbie, Mrs. Naomi Barrow and Miss Smie maven-afternoon callers,at her home were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Keckley. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Liskey and family were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan James, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Brengie and Government Sectional;re To Obtain Possessi " Ferry Hill Preperty The U.S. Department of responded by promisifl, Justice is moving to evict the the property by , former owner of the Ferry Hill Morrison claims he _‘ Inn near Siarpsburg, Md., so it made an agreemeni i can convert the building into a on the property for new C & 0 Canal National rather than four. He ‘ Historical Park headquarters. the government is “‘ A justice department lawyer give him an "5 said last week he is attempting moving costs. I to schedule a hearing in US. , District Court in Baltimore, Md, Morrison, who to obtain an eviction order Ferry Hill for 28 , . against Fred W. Morrison, the planned to move his ' former owner of the inn. the south side of RN" The National Park Service couldn’t get approval “'showr bought the property from Washington County. -ilstjce Morrison in 1974 for $233,000. It board. , ted‘ agreed to let him remain on the Morrison said be rid, property and operate a bar and process of moving toa ‘ restaurant until April of this in Shepherdstown, ‘~ year. afford the 34,000 it " t "’8651 lbwever, Morrison is still in move from the ,. the building, and has not acrosstheriver.M c honored two agreements to heeirpectedtobetlllt F "1 move out of the structure prior 25 days. . to formal eviction. However, Justice l" « On October 5, the US. District lawyer Ed Norton 1 Court did issue an “action in peers some further ejectment” and Morrison before that Decembef 419']an I, .‘ l‘ a “Managing Farm Credit and “93‘” 93"” “d for Cash Flow" are the subjects for :11]? ‘ [tidamrd mgram on Kentucky, Mr. and” y, January 10, 1979, 7.30 i . . 9:30 pm. and repeated Thur- Dadey’ Mam-“"9"” r . Mrs. Arnold Daliey' ts afgf‘aw nth from 9'00 Point, Mr. Mark IBM’- , r, Thefinal session will be used T°‘."‘- Mr‘ and ‘ todiscuss Eitenprise Budgets in D6119!“ M" and ’ . .. Dailey, Mrs.'Fsthel' r , small groups With opportunities and Mrs. Hubert Man Dies in Accidental Cliff Fall A 28~yearold Tyson's Corner, Virginia, resident, Richard Grumley, fell amost 300 feet to his death Sunday on a Maryland Heights cliff overlooking the Potomac River near Harpers Ferry. Grumley, together with two companions, had gone to the top of the cliff to get a better view of Harpers Ferry. According to Potomac Valley Fire Chief Albert Butts, Grumley slipped and fell, and was killed in- stantly. Neither of the two companions was injured although one was taken to Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown to be treated for shock. Initial reports indicated the three were climbing the massive cliffs, but this report turned out to be false. , Rescue crews, called out about 7:30 pm, found the body at 10:16. , Federal law requires climbers to get a permit before at- tempting to scale mwntains in any national park. Grumley and his companions had not obtained the permit. hiring a three month period last year, there were five ac- cidents on the cliffs. "West Virginia Boys and Girls," followed by the National 4-H pledge. Minutes were read by the secretary, Donna Taylor. New members present to join FRANK E. TERRY Funeral services were con- ducted Tuesday morning at the Pleasant Vire Memorial Gar- dcm Mausoleum in Martinsburg for Frank Edward Terry, of Stiles Trailer Court, who died last Saturday in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. The Rev. Louis W. Terry officiated, burial was in Pleasant View Memory Gardens. The deceased was born Sep tember 4, 1904, in Denton, N.Y., a son of the late Virgil F. and Clara Woodruff Terry. He was a retired dairy department manager for Grand Union Supermarkets; a member of the Methodist Church in Montgomery, N.Y.; an honorary member of the Montgomery Fire Department; a member of Lodge 948, Loyal Order of Moose, diaries Town; and of Post 71, American Legion. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Helen Terwilliger Terry, at the home; a son, Edward V. Terry, Daytona Beach, Florida; nd h'ldre , and the Pet Milk Division of the mm? J21:qu nL, Terr; Musselman Plantinlnwood. She Montgomery NY. “{35 Want)" of {he Murriel Arrangements were by the “in UN?“ Mam,“ meh- Melvin T. Strider Colonial Sirvwing in addition to her Funeral Home“, parents are her husband, Melvin 1.. .. Masher.er 1.. remain. Funeral services were held Friday at 2 pm. from the Murriel Hill United Methodist Church, for Mrs. Mabel lrene Penweil, of Route 4, Harpers Ferry, who died Tuesday, Nov. 21 in Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Charles Town. The Rev. Frank Mentzer and the Rev. Raymond Jones, officiated and burial was made in the church cemetery. Sic was born in Jefferson County on Sept. 4, 1925, a daughter of Thomas and Deena Engle Dillow of Fox Glen, Charles Town. Mrs. Penwell was retired from Oiambersburg, Pa; one son, L p u , t h Mrs. Thelma Unton from the Bendis recoveringsatisfactorily for farmer Pamelpalion in Middle“, W'Vg |n oi D“ “'1‘”an K Bushmg» daughfewre Mist MRS.GlLBERTMcKOWN giigmbmiihhgf Village attended the birthday from an auto accident which “in”; dee‘s based °“ "" Clarence 31%}an .. .00” Berryvme' V3" Six grand’ Chapman Rt.4 Harpers Ferry Funeral services were con- Connie Woodward Keviri party for Mrs'Mary'Rameurg resulted in a broken neck‘ The dmmm were“ wedneSday' MEWSMT- and m" Is no Children; five great grand“ three sons Mhtmew Penwell, ducted Sunday afternoon from Woodward Kim White and for her 90th birthday new“ the scene 0’ "‘9 accident was near Januarymmm'gm p'm‘and Stocks Mrs. Edith V He 5 children; and several nieces and R1 1 Chaim Town. Marshal; Rogelschatz and gunman Maxine Kin’e FGHOWShiP "811 at the A51“? Berryvmer Va~ Erngfi' Jaggerydlfm‘fgzofh‘; and Mrs James at u i . . . O : . . e a r - . nephews‘ Lee Penweli, BerryVilie, Va.; Funeral Home in Martinsburg The members discussed the UM!“ MeumdlS‘ Chum" 1" Ml-afid MYS’GeOl‘Se Connery final aproggms at 3; 0Com Margaret Skinner. 3” .. B05 One son, Frank Lee Bushong, Jr., preceded her in death in have returned to their home in Avon Bend. The former was a Charles Town. f M . l‘ bthT‘r’ bl or rs Ella e m e Mr. and Mrs. Max Dunn and Thomas William Penwell, Rt. 4, McKown, 87‘, of 318 West Burke Harpers Ferry; four grand- Webster, Mrs. P and'grandson Chad. final preparation that were to be made for the Christmas Parade. mun‘ty center ‘“ Ba'dane‘ 1975. . - sons . entertained on surgical patient in a hospital in ‘ . children, seven Sisters, Mrs. Street, Martinsburg, the Widow A motion was made to draw , , . , . . . . Moler, all from Ethel Long, Rt, 1, Charles of Gilbert C. McKown, longtime names for the Giristmas Party mmgwmg day “mil 3 family Florida Wiifere his spoon-law is a Fr Pa I W.Va. Mrs. Dailey . 1. MRS. MARY M. TABB Town; Mrs. Georgie Dillow, Fox editor of the Martinsburg to exchange gifts. dmner‘ Those a‘tendlng were member the Sta f' om ge many lovely Sifts Mr. and Mrs. Riley Thompson of Upperville, Va. proudly an- nounce the arrival of a baby girl who weighed in at 7 lbs 9 ounces Mrs. Mary Margaret Tabb, of 512 Samuel Street, diaries Town, died last Saturday in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dunn,Sr., Mrs. Marjorie Girper, Miss Susie Markle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee and Mike, Mr. and Journal, who died at her home late Friday, November 24. The Rev. B.R. Bonds officiated, interment was in Gerardstown Glen; Mrs. Louise Kern, Walnut Grove; Mrs. Shirley Stagner, Leetown; Mrs. Aida May Brown; Mrs. Delsie Cooper and Mrs. Seal, the 4-H leader read a notice to club members that they were to work on a com- munity project during the March presented with a i arrangement which ' ‘ the centerpiece on the. the following day Awards Presentation for Best Decorated Homes & Siops. 7 pm. W.T. Woodson Choir ~ d' . . 8 . . '- 30?" June”. 1900. in Parsons. Mrs.~ Genevieve Frye, both of Presbyterian Cemetery. of Dimes. Mrs' manual Alvarez and Alex» on Tues‘fay' November 14th,“ 323‘ (refit floral arrangements by. W-V8.. a daughter of the late lovettsville, Va.; one brother, The deceased was born in Mrs. (hrlyn Whetstone a 4-H Mrs-L95!" ngh'lm'ammrs' the w'mhester Memonal performance), from PCI‘SOHSWhOWe"_ dec’ Hospital and has been given the name Christine. The family how consists of two children, tic other being a boy. ' Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Saylor, Avonwood Farm, have been his mother, Mrs. Anna Saylor. ladisburg, Md, Dennis Saylor, Arlington, Va.,Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dyer Jr. and son, Tony of Hagerstown, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saylor and two children of Adamstown, Md. They enjoyed a bountiful) Thanksgiving Day dinner. Among the local who attended the dinner meeting‘ Tuesday evening, November 21 at the lbliday Inn near Martinsburg were Mr. Bernard Knott, his son, Doug, and Charles Chamblin and Jay Dunn and Blaine, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Dunn, Kristy and Kathy, Mr: and Mrs. Stanley. Dunn,Jr, Vic, Ann and Ginny. An enjoyable day was spent together. v Mr. and Mrs. Alvinlinton entertained on Sunday Nov. 19 with a early Thanksgiving dinner, Her guests for the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Linton, Kelli Sue and Jayme of Monmouth Junction, N.J. The Middleway Full Gospel Church will have their Qirist- mas program .on December 23 at 7:00 pm. The public is invited to share this programukev. Clark Elliott is the pastor. George P. and Minnie Talbott Shirley, she retired in 1960 as vice-president and bookkeeper for the Whitmore Lumber Company. She was a member of Zion Episcopal .Church and a past president of the ECW; and was a past president of the Jefferson County Garden Club. Her husband, Charles Creighton Tabb, preceded her in death in 1971. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. MT. (Virginia) Thomson, McLean, Va.; two brothers, the Rev. George W. Siirley, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and the Rev. John G. Shirley, Coral Gables, Florida. - Funeral services were con- ducted Tuesday afternoon from Robert Dillow. Martinsburg Nov. 5, 1891, daughter of the late George W. and Rose Staley Trimble. Prior to her marriage, she was em- ployed at the Citizens National Bank. Mrs. McKown was a lifelong active member of Christ Evangelical and Reformed Church and played the church organ for many years. fire was a former member of Sienandoah Valley Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. Her husband preceded her in death July 5, 1965. ‘ fire is survived by one sister, Mrs. J. Gerald Sloan, 312 W. Burke 83:; the following nieces and nephews; Mrs. Curtis J. Grapes, Newington, Va; Robert coordinator was at the meeting to discuss the various 4-H projects'with the members. The members did the final decorations for the float for the Christmas parade and'then played games. The meeting was then 'ad- journed. . Congratulations to Miss Kimberly Kay Rough and Mr. William Roland Mercer who were united into marriage on Sunday afternoon November 26 at the Zion Episcopal Church in Charles Town. Mrs. JamesCain visited on Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Albert Butler and Mr. Junior Pierce at Pikesville. Mr. and Mrs. diaries Lee and SHOPSREMAIN OPEN UNTTLioPM. Sunday.Deeember3 10 am. Mass. 11:15 am. Arrival of President Lincoln by train. Portrayed by Joseph Leisch and family. lst Maryland Regimental Band; Grand Ar~ mies of the Reunion, Gen. Taylor, commanding; Public Reception; Recorder Music by Cumberland Valley» Woodwind Quintet. 1 p.m."A Song Unen~ ding’ by Ken Norton and Debbie _ Saunders. 2 p.‘m. Pinata, Children’s Entertainment. 4 pm. Jefferson High School Choir directed by Sonny Chamberiine. 4:45 pm. Lighting of the Tov’vn Tree by Sara Allen Murphy. attended the party: mammalian.“ Mrs. Elizabeth M. Beachley, 77, formerly of Route‘ 9, Hagerstown, Md, died at the Ravenwood Lutheran Home Wednesday, November 22. Born in Charles Town, she was a daughter of the late Melvin M. and Hattie M. Kemp Jones. She was a member of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church. She is survived by her husband, Edwin (Ted) Beachley; a sister, Mrs. Bessie J. Massie, Warwick, N.Y.; and a brother, George W. Jones, Hagerstown. Services were .conducted Saturday afternoon at the "Before Ch ' ‘ ‘ ' a . v . . King representing Dri 210" EPISCOPNChUTCh-me REV- - W. Sloan, Martinsburg, Mrs. Mike entertained a family KABLEIDWN Mrs wm . WW Roger Hensnaw OffiCiateds in‘ Paul Miller. JR, Kearneysviile; dinner on fiinday in their new Mrs Marianna suauwn Dd Lake Farm‘ The occasion was termem was in the Episcopal n wimiuria] in R. we Hui Miss Mary Trimble, 3388!" hODTE. Those attending were Mr. ' by_ the Maryland‘ h u r C h Ce m t 9 r Cemgie’ stown, Md. and George T‘rimble, and Mrs. Stanley Dunn,Sr.,Mr. Dial 7255707 V‘rgli“? M’H‘ Pmducers ' "‘l\;\,~-\;~ wsnmmfeasibkm hi] Arrangements were by the ‘ ry‘ Strasburg’ Va. and numberof and Mrs_ Manuel Alvarez and gm Assucration. , open]' home and mt)"e {"00 b0, Mr. and Mrs. David Birkitt, , Christmas. But Mrs. Kable Johnson, Mrs. Mabel Brandt and Mrs. Janice Melvin T; Strider Colonial Dana Alkire, freshman at the great-nieces and nephews and Alex, Mrs. Max Dunn and MRS. CHARLES G. BRANNON Mrs. (Jarence Smallwood. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rissler, Fun ll-lme. - -' , , , University of West -V‘ ‘ia, Tampa. “0'in Spent “’9 . . , at ° W‘L‘ WW“ nieitzrrnrmmz Mom“. spent the when v . r , . _were innergues- n iri‘s ren,r.an rs. " in MRS. DAISY H. PARKER widow, of Charles G. Brannon, GEORGE Emu Km” and Kathy' Mr' and Mrs‘ mm her parents Mr and Mrs y N listings at Moore '” s Everitt Birkitt, Prospect Avenue, Charles Town, W.Va. Dallas Alkire, Avon Bend. Stanley I)mn,Jr., Vic, Ann and Mrs. Charles Watson, Mar- Mrs. [hisy Helen Jamison Ginny'me Rimnand Mr.and died Tuesday, November 21, in mineral services were con- Realty Company, ' .- Parker, 74, of Bakerton, W.Va.. Norborne Nursing Home in ducted Tuesday afternoon from‘ Mrs Robert Ruby from St tinsburg, Was an overnight their scum-law and daughter, Bmmvpmn AlexanderAnd .. x. . . WfSJepflgonouncfid 9681101; a" {1:}! Mgmszm‘g- a b the Minnich Funeral Home in Village Md " visitor of her mother. Mrs Elsie Mike and Dianne Alvarez and Mrs. Richard “Margaret” a erson emori OSpl e ecease was um 33 erstown,qu for George E, ’ children, an and and, em mile was honoredonher birth- Sunday, November 19. February 26, 1928, in Berkeley g 4M“; Reva Canby was Grey’ meadow moot on Ry y Folk, 65, of 302 South'Potomac Street, Hagerstown,- who died Saturday November 25. The Rev. G. Bartow Harris officiated, interment was in Rosedale Cemetery, Martinsburg. The deceased was born in Baltimore,t.he son of Harry and Mabel Meadows Folk. He was a member of the B.P.0. Elks No. 378 and the lhgerstown Redmen. He had started the Parcel Delivery Service in Hagerstown in 1956. He is survived by his wife, Eileen (Peggy) Graham Folk; one daughter, Mrs. Constance Keckley of Martinsburg, W.Va.; two sons, James R. Folk of El Paso, Tex. and George E. Folk of Mt. Rainer; one foster son, Ralph E. Johmton of William- sport; one half-brother, Harry joyed Thanksgiving Day dinner at the Alvarez home. Ryan has lost several days from school due to illness. tending were Mrs. Sadie Maine, Keyser, W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. Finances Am room T BERKEtf couurv THE, Meeting Topics Tax law changes for 1973, year-end tax management, farm credit, and enterprise budgeting are key topics for a non-credit series on farm management offered to Jefferson and Berkeley County farmers at the Jefferson County Community Center at Bardane. The first session will cover personal income taxes, changes day with a surprise birthday party given by her daughter Judy Jenkins, grandchildren Richard and Dana Margaret and Barbara Milburn. Those at-‘ Thursday they joined the for- mer’s son, Jimmy Grey and family at dinner at their home West Ridge near Shier Grove. Mrs. Grey returned home with her daughter for the night, returning to Meadow ‘Brook on Friday. The school pupils are jubilant over the aiiival of their pictures. Anumberhasbeenaddedtothe store collection. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kelly and member of their family attended on Saturday the funeral service of his aunt, Mrs. Virgie Barshears who died at the age of 09 onThursday at her home in Urbana, Md. 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert White, their daughter, Donna, were visitors on Thanksgiving Day with hisibrother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill White by friends and relatives with a birthday party on Saturday November 25 at her home ,at Leights Trailer Park. She received many nice {resents and cards. Mr. Clifton Poston returned home last week after a lengthy stay in the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. ~ Mrs. Waiter “Cora” Moyer moved from her residence here in the Village to Martinsburg this past week. Mrs. Meyer will be missed by her many friends here in the village“ . The Middleway Full Gospel church will hold their fellowship service on Saturday, December 2 at 7:00 pm. Rev. Clark Elliott is the pastor and the public is in- vited to share this service. Matthew Shirley returned home from the ,th Hospital The deceased, born April 11, 1904, in Antietam, Md., a daughter of the late Charles Fenton and Clara Jane Kline Drenner,-was a housewife and an active member of the Bakerton Church of God. Sherwas twice married, first to Albert Jamison, who preceded her in death; then to William Robert Baker, who survives at the home at Bakerton. , Other survivors include the following children, M53. Louise Talley, Mrs. Lillian Lloyd, Mrs. Dorothy Miller, Mrs. Reva Furr, all of Bakerton; Mrs. Delores Manuel, Bolivar; Albert Leo Jamison, Ranson; Donald W., Granville 8., Floyd Ray and Harold Wayne Jamison, all of ’Bakerton; Gerald E. Jamison,. RanSon; and a stepson, Holmer L Parker, Sharpsburg, Md; 20 County, a daughter of Pauline E. Cross High and the late Edward Stover lhgh. She was a member of Calvary United Methodist Church and the American Legion Auxiliary. , Her husband preceded her in death June 1, 1976. 9 She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Pauline E.’Q'oss High, 87 Porter Avenue; four sons, Terry Lee, Anthony Wayne and Craig Brannon, all of Halltown; Patrick Brannon, Route ‘1, Martinsburg; ,three daughters, Mrs. Bill (Patricia) Grinmn, Ridgeway; Mrs . . Eugene (Brenda) McDonald, Halltown Karen Sue Brannon, Route 1; and five grandchildren. Funeral services were con- ducted last Friday from the Brown Funeral Home. The Rev. Owen B'. ‘Womack officiated, Um, VA. mu, no. MW' : , .11 “mm, VA. \. I * ~n ' itinirtoti .1119 .1 m "thigh" my 7:” I ’95 Folk of Martinsburg; one half— . . d{ .l . v ' . ’ ca “8, . 9 great was in camel mu. m r or “i’rvirm‘m‘m “as; yams :2: children; two sisters, Mrs. Julia etery. caries Town. WV“ and seven Pals“. at; William Friend finsburg spent the bonds), Wm! cram. Buns and Mm Ruby Jamison, grandchildren and two ma" Anessa and Scott returned home his brother. (3- 0- Bill Boyer. Tbeprogram will be presented both of Sharpsburg, Md. Funeral services were con- ducted Wednesday, November 22, from theBakerton Church of M.SGT.ROBmTElLERsmN grandchildren. Military rites were held Saturday morning at 11 o'clock on Wednesday, December 6th from 7:30 - 9:30 pm. andwill be repeated Thursday. December Thanksgiving Day visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rissler were the latter’s on Saturday after spending the past week and having Thanksgiving dinner atthe home . a \ kxxx. from the Melvin T. .Strider »‘ 'Ffiem ms Mr, and daughter, Jean of Vienna, Va. 7th from 9:00 11:00 am. I}. and Funeral Home Mike wt” the, Rev' Robert Eas'e’d‘?’ Ranson, for Master‘ Sergeant Naomi Barrow w.Va_ Mr‘ Friend was on a is on leave from Fort Meade, Specialist and Extension “mined? mgrmem was Robert T Eileflson. 77, 01' Dial 725-2500 weeks vacation from 3M Caroline and Keith Sheely of Agaits SteveWashbiu'nandRay Mountam V'ew cemetery‘ Charles Town, formerly of _-::.:,»~.::..~».::.;s:» company, Hemdon, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Brannon will discuss these Siarpsburg, Md. Arrangements were by the Washington, DC, who died Mrs. Roy Miller- returned to Robert Sheely of Martinsburg topics and encourage farmers . Noyemberzz in the Baker V.A. 4-H TRAILBLAZERS Bluefield’ w‘Va. after spending and Mrs. Clarence Smallwood. and farm tax consultants to Eackles Funeral Chapel in Canaan Chaplain Bucket, of the CHEM” memstweek with Mr.and Mrs. Home for Thanksgiving Day mend. mrpe’s Ferry' V.A. Center officiated and The Middleway Trailblazers mmgifley J,” Sean‘usa and with Mr, and Mrs, Henry (mm, The second session win cover ' burial was made in Edge Hill monthly 4-H meeting “Sheldon 31m, week Mr. and Mrs. diaries “Farm Credit Availability" and .November 16, at the White Church in Middleway at 7:00 pm. The meeting was called to order by the President Pam Lockwood. The meeting was opened by members singing PAULJNES. HOFFMAN . Funeral services were con ducted Wednesday from the with the United States Army, Eackles Funeral Chapel in and retirement was em- Harpers Ferry for Pauline ploye bytheJointChief of Staff, Strother lbffman,82,ofRanson. Department of Defense, who died suddenly Saturday, Washington, DC. Cemetery in Charles Town. Eiiertson served over 30 years McDonough and ‘four sons of Ranson, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dillow and Gregory, Mrs. Hebe ClipP, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jenkim,A.J. and Amy, Mrs. Beulahfinailwood, Berryville, Va.,Mrs .‘ Hester Willingham and the “Importance of Sound Record Keeping" and will be presented Wednesday, December 13th from 7:30 - 9:30 pm. and repeated Thursday, December 14th from 9:00 ‘ 11:30 am. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Siirley Sr. entertained on Thanksgiving Day with a family dinner. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. lhrry Stirle» Jr., Sean, Lisa and Sierry, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mills and Renee, Mr. and Mrs. I . warrantyummu. ‘ , , “mu-W! 1:00P.I..3:00P.I. - MOP" i t 0 I