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December 14, 1967

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, £51m OF JEFFERSON FARMERS ADVOCATE SIDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1967 h A—S 0.”. F.' AIIT‘HUR L. GLOVER , It“. Church in Charles ' ’ 01' Arthur Lewis Glover, day (Thursday) at 1:30 p. m. from the Kogelschatz and Coffman Funeral Home in Martinsburg, for Mrs, Mary Elizabeth Nico- demus, 55, of Linden Lane, Mar- tinsburg wife, of Howard M. Nico- demus, who died Monday after- noon, Dec, 11 in Kings Daughters Hospital in Martinsburg. She had been in ill health for the past six months, The Rev. Charles B. that capacity for a number of Weber, pastor of the First E. U. 1 services will be held years, He also served for someB. Church ,of Martinsburg, of . at 2 p. m. from the Zion years as a member of the Jeffer-I which the deceased was an active son County Selective Service member, officiated and burial Board, particularly during World was made in Rosedale Cemetery GATEh‘prgmi‘nent Charles Towmchu- War II. He was a veteran of in Martinsburg. ,1, (11153351168 and civic leader, man Tuesday, Dec, 12, in IIinD. Baker V. A. Center, ay .» ‘ be 3 a long illness, The body an; .stfidl'emoved from the Melvin III“ :. 91‘ Colonial Funeral Home n". 0:0“, On Thursday to the _> i.“ l the deceased on South VE 'I‘ Street, and it will remain ~n Elam F .— 8 Rev, Allen Bartlett, hmgflrial will be made in Zion I medCemetery, .; 118 geased was born in Dark- . th’ - Va, Dec. 2, 1899, a son S y giggle Lewis and Mary A. er, F0 rs hen r a number of II e Co Derated the Alba Marl ompany west of Charles an? the Middleway Road, 0w? he became treasurer of .halan Brass and Iron "1 Ranson and served in : INSULATE I .W PIPES! ’ 7. PREVENT FREEZING N BRIEP COLDSNAPS FIBER GLASS INSULATION ' riday morning at 10 one daughter, Mrs. Julia G. Stokes sisters ~ Mrs. “rch Tvlvllll be taken to Zion Annandale, Va.; four grandchild- . Mentzer of Charles Town; and C. World War I, a member of Zion The deceased was born in Mar- , Episcopal Church, a member of tinsburg, May 1, 1912, a daughter the church choir; a member of of the late Howard H. and Mary the vestry; and of Jackson Perks Welty Palmer. She had for years Post No, 71, American Legion been an active member of the and the 1st Chef de Gare of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Aux— Forty & Eight. iliary. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Surviving are her husband, at Julia Clagett Glover, at the home; I the home in Martinsburg; two P, J. (Thelma) ren; and twa sisters - Mrs. Dewey T, (Evelyn) Burkhart, of Martins- Zion Church, will Offici- Hill, of Charles Town; and Mrs. Ernest Clark of Martinsburg. CHARLES EDWIN GORE Funeral services were held on Tuesday at 2 p. m. from the Char- les Town Presbyterian Church, for Charles Edwin Gore, promin- . ent Charles Town churchman, and former assistant postmaster, who died unexpectedly Sunday, Dec. 10, at his home on South Samuel street in Charles Town. The Rev. Russell Urquhart. pastor of the Charles Town Baptist Church, officiated. Burial was made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. The deceased was born in Charles Town, June 22, 1896, a son of the late William I. and Mollie B. Clipp Gore. He was employed in the Charles Town Postoffice for many years, and was serving as assistant Postmaster when he I retired in 1957. Since then he had been employed as a bookkeeper at the Myers Coal Company in Char— les Town. He was long an active {member of the Charles Town Presbyterian Church, a member of the Yokefellows Bible ClaSS of the Church; also, an elder and member of the church choir. He was also a member of Jackson Perks Post No. 71, American Legion; and Malta Lodge No. 80 O fthe Masons. The deceased was also a veteran of World War I. Dial Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Julia Gore, at the residence: two RLES TOWN, W. VA. daughters, Mrs. Patricia Childs, ’ Granada Hill, California; Mrs. I Susan Back of Bergenfield, N. J .; l and two sons, Charles A. of Black- I wood, N. J ., and William I. Gore, of New York, N. Y.; also, eight grandchildren. ‘ HOWARD F. GREENWALT Iv. Funeral services were held Sun day at 1 p, m. from the Eavckles Funeral Home in Harpers Ferry, I for Howard Fenton Greenwalt, 68, Of Sandy Hook, Md., who died Thursday, Dec, 7 in Frederick, Md., Memorial Hospital, following a long illness. The Rev. Ross Har— ris, officiated and burial was made in Ebenezer Cemetery in Loudoun Heights, Va. The deceased was born in Lou- doun County, Va., Nov. 16, 1899, a son of the late Abraham and Mary Magdaline Mirley Green. walt, He was employed as a track man on the Baltimore & Ohio MEOWNING? yourtfsomeonc trips on 1, r you Ont Steps and sues 5' j on“; ' ' 01‘ a tree crashes bu, y°ur roof...or a ' homem‘breaks into your g._ A wire "~01‘ a defective ' . humans your rugs and an active member of the Brother hood of Maintenance Of Way and of the Sandy Hook Methodist Chu- ' rch. Biro: re not sure, see a Home Security Margaret Irene Breeden Green- walt, at the home in Sandy Hook; a son, Charles R. Greenwalt, of Pen Mar, Md.; the following step daughters Mrs. Lena M. Taylor Sandy Hook, Md.; Mrs. Lau Wig- gins and Mrs, Eilen Skinner, Woodbridge, Va.; Mrs. Josephine Frost, Richmond, Va.; Mrs. Rosie Keefer, Knoxville, Md.; and Mrs. Sally Forst of Milvlvi'lle, W. Va., 28 step-grandchildren; four step great grandchildren three sisters Mrs, Sadie Kronk, Mrs, Nellie Nuice and Mrs. Marie Miskell, all of Sandy Hook, Md.; and a bro- ther, Joseph Greenwalt, Sandy Hook, Md. MRS. HOWARD NICODEMUS Funeral services were held to- eck‘11P! PHONE 725-2211 .E INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE CAPERTON’s IS GOING OUT OF BUSINESS ~MANY BARGAINS— 320325 PARKER “75" PEN _. $15.00 sHAEPARKER PEN & PENCIL SET —— $12.50 ,. FFER PEN & PENCIL SETS ... LESS 20% $3.85 PENCIL SHARPENER ._ $2.85 - .. - - - - soCIAL STATIONERY LESS 20% - - _ - .. .. RUSINESS STATIONERY _ LESS 10% - .. .. - * .. .. AI)DING MACHINE ROLLS (2%”) Ifim $15.00 (Case of 100 Rolls) : e0graph & Duplicator Paper '- 20-Lb. White ACT N$14.50 (Per Case of 10 Reams) 0W — WEIMUST VACATE OUR STORE BY THE FIRST OF THE YEAR I STORE FIXTURES FOR SALE ' ,. , CAPERTON BROTHERS : CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. Railroad for many years and was Surviving are his wife, Mrs. burg and five nieces and one nephew. MRS. RALPH W. BORDER Funeral services were held Tuesday morning, Dec, 12, at 10:30 from the Melvin T, Strider Sudley Funeral Home in Shep- herdstown, for Mrs. Annie E. Border, 85, a former resident of Kearneysvil‘le and widow of the late Ralph W, Border, a prom- inent orchardist and attorney of Kearneysville, who died Saturday morning at the Homewood Chu- rch in William‘sport, Md., where she had been a resident for some time. The Rev. Frederick Krail- brenner, pastor of the Shepherds- town charge of the Reformed Chu rch, officiated. Burial was made in Elmwood Cemetery in Shep- herdstown. The deceased was born Decem- ber 5, 1882, in Galveston, Texas, a daughter of the late Annie and Shadrick Ethridge of Galveston. She was married to her late hus- band, who was a lawyer in El Paso, Texas, in 1912 and in 1917, they moved to Jefferson County, where Mrs. Border spent the rest of her life until going to the Chu- rch home to reside. She and her husband resided in the home built by her father-in-law and a 200- .acre fram near Kearney-sville on |State Route 9, The deceased was 'well-known in Democratic circles in Jefferson County, having for many years been an active mem- 1 her of.the Jefferson County Dem- ocratic Club. She was also an active member of the state and county historical societies for a number of years and was instru- mental in getting a Parent-Teach- er Association formed in Kear- neysville. She also attended Grace Reformed Church in Kearneys- ville. Surviving are two daughters. Carlton Syke;,,Jr., of Ellicott City, Md.; and Mrs. Melvin T..i Snyder, of Dayton, Ohio; also Six lgrandchildren and five great- grandchildren, WENDELL W. MAHONEY, Jr. Funeral services were held this morning (Thursday) at 11 from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial , Funeral Home In. Ransom, for I Wendell Wayne Mahoney, Jr., in- ! fant son of Wendell Wayne and IBessie Kay Stotler Mahoney, of I RFD 2, Charles Town, who died 3 about seven hours after birth in the Charles Town General Hos- pital, December 11. Rev. William Reed of Ransom; officiated, and burial was made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. , In addition to the parents, the Infant is also survived by the ma- ternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Stotler of Charles Town and the paternal grandmother, 9 Mrs. Margaret Mahoney of Route 1, Charles Town. ADA ELIZABETH COGLE I Funeral services were held Sat- ! urday, Dec. 9, at 2 p. m. from the Murrill Hill Methodist Church, by the Rev, Blaine Rinker, for Ada Elizabeth Cogle, 46, wife of Frank H. Cogle, of Silver Grove, W. Va., who died Thursday, Dec. 7, in Charles Town General Hos- pital, following a long illness. Burial was made in the Murrill Hill Cemetery at Murrill Hill. The deceased was born in Chest I nut Hill, W, Va., March 18, 192.1, a daughter of the late John Wil- liam and Elizabeth Turner Long- erbeam, Surviving are the follow- ing children: Mrs. Betty Buford, Ransom, Garland Cogle, Silver Grove; Paul E. Cogle, Brunswmk, Md.; and Beulah Mae Cogle and Alvin Cogle, at the home; three grandchildren; two sisters ' Mrs. Ellalbelle Renner, Hagerstown, Md.; Mrs. Cecelia White, Silver Grove; and three brothers Mel- vin Longerbeam, Chestnut Hill; and Harvey and Wilmer Longer- beam, both of Silver Grove. ROBERT EDWARD COLSTON : Graveside services were held 'Saturday, Dec. 9, at 11 a. m. in Elmwood Cemetery in Shepherds- town, 'by the Rev. George Johns- ton, of Shepherdstown, for Robert Edward Colston, infant son of Robert Randolph and Margaret Hughes Colston of Shepherdstown I who died on December 7 in King‘s I Daughter Hospital, Martinsburg. just one day after birth. In addition to the parents the child is also survived by a sister, Mary Margaret Colston, at the home in Shepherdstown and the paternal grandparents, Mr, and Mrs, William W. Colston and the maternal grandfather, Harry G. Hughes of Somerset, Ohio. or.- BE WISE ADVERTISE ' Rites Held Saturday For James Essex James Essex, of 226 North Water Street, Charles Town, died Monday, December 4, in Prince ,George’s General Hospital, Chev- erly, Maryland where he was taken after being stricken with a cerebral hemmorhage at the Bow- ie Race Track where he was em- ployed. He was born October 12, 1927 in Culpeper, Virginia, a son of James A. Essex and Lizzie Essex Robinson. Besides his parents he is sur- vived by his wife, Mrs. Annie W. Essex, at home; 4 daughters, Misses Chrystal A., Karen 14., Deborah M. and Sherry A. Essex; also sons; Anthony W., Keith E., and Darryl Essex, all at the home; also, one sister;»Mrs. Lizzie Carson, The Plains, V3,, and sev- eral nieces and nephews. Services were conducted at the Smith and Strider Funeral Home by Rev. R. H. But- ler on Saturday, December 9. In- terment was in Fairview Ceme Charles Town High Band, Chorus To Hold Concert December 18 The Charles Town High School Band and Chorus will present a Christmas Concert at: 7:30 Monday evening, December 18, at the Charles Town High School gym- nasium. ‘ Both the-band. and the chorus are under the direction of Mr. John Pestun. Some" of the select- ions by the chorus will be: “Say It With Music,” “White Christ- mas,” “Happy Holiday” and some special group numbers. The band portion of the concert will con-' sist of “The Man of LaMancha,” and themes from the second movement of Beethovan’s Fifth. “Rondo” and “110-, Symphony, mama,” French horn solos from Mozart‘s 3rd Concerto in E flat, played by Bob Perks, Student Di». rector and. Marsha Pine, Assistant. A uniquely: played solo on the ._ bass horn. Student Director. “Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep," will be played by Earl Viands. Finally to keep in the spirit of Christmas, the band will play “Christmas Tide,” a medley of Christmas Carols. Because the band is striving to- ward new uniforms, a small ad- mission of 50c will be asked. 3%? You!“ I‘ll'g'ifts deserve}, beat . . . Wt papers. trims‘ flatter the "gift ...and the giver! ; LEGGETT’S ~CI'IarIes Town Store Open Every Night ’TiI Christmas -~Starting~ Friday, December lst ALWAYS PLENTY OF FREE PARKING Memorial ' LEAN SMOKED, FULLY coOkEo' QAMS‘°"'I:.39‘”53*3249‘ ' WHOLE 0R EITHER HALF. LANCASTER BRAND, U.S. GOV’T. INSPECTED ‘ CALIF. ' BLADE [b.59¢' REMOVED VEAI. ROAST SQUARE lb. 63: CUT THIS COUPON wonm TOWARDS THE PURCHASE OF A I-LB. BAG ROAST 96 lANCASTER BRAND, SHOULDER SHANK lANCASTER BRAND, TENDER Chuck Steaks ... 49° 7-INCH CUTS . . . Rib Steaks ..........39°' TENDER, OVENPREADY Rib Roast I... II“ BONE-IN Cross Cut Ruast ...... 69° OLD FASH. 3-CORNER ROAST OR BONELESS 8 Cross But Roast ..I. TENDER STEAKS . . . ,leggpnico ...........5169 Ground Chuck .......59° QUARTERED (9 lo ll CHOPS AVG.) P0rk loins ...........59° FRESH, PAN-READY R00kFish............4llc . . 49c: FANCY, TENDER PLUMP GRADE "A" TURKEYS OVER ‘ Um no zo-lbs. lbs. AVG. lb. lb. 32‘ IDIOI7Ibs. AVG. . . . . .Ib.35‘ LANCASTER BRAND QUALITY 35‘ OVER ‘ 204M. lb. 17 lo 20 lbs. AVG lb. 10 to I7 lbs. Avg.. . . . . . II..38‘ SWIFT'S BUTTERBALL Turkey: .1123: It. 39‘ ‘° lbs. LEAN, MEA'IY Spore Ribs .. MORRELL’S PURE PORK Sausage . . 2 FIRESIDE BRAND, SKINLESS l-Ib. pligx. 33:45:. 49‘ 75‘ ; RTE-III: COFFEE . Void After 00:. 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