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December 24, 1959

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OF JEFFERSON fARMeRS ADVOCATE ardsol~ of Gaylord, Va., Mrs. Beal DECEMBER 2-1, 1959 ?,---A rice Forsythe of Washington, D. C., Miss An.hie Underwood of Summit Point and Mrs. Gertrude , .................... Curry also of Summit Point. These sisters and brothers Mrs. b Jane Doleman of Berryville, Va. eaths and Funerals Mrs LizzieJohnsonofWinches- ter and Izaiah Green of Neweas- W. KIRK 71, owner of Pooch and race horses dur- ra area racing at the home tielene Shannon by strokes in the Mr. Kirk talked Pooch in his ill- OWner's death, the scratched Friday race at Charles a stableful of his native Sal- didn't invest in a :il his son, Wood him into it. Who died in Oct of his father's hor Pilot, a fre- Laurel and Pim- 1940's. Pooch, old seven years es last year. :vived by his wife at 3112 Me- yer Spring; two Carson, Burtons Other daughters, ; Beat Barden, Eliza- Josephine Aqu- and Mozelle and two sis- at 2 p. m. Pumphrey Spring, with Md. Ceme- KASTLE JR. Kastle, Jr., 44, of died Friday at Daughter's employed by the and Develop- Y of the Raytheon Mass. I,or he was Kastle, of 315 and the late J. MISS MAMIE LaRUE Miss Mamie Bowen LaRue died Monday in Winchester Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient since Thanksgivi,ng. She was born at Bloomfield, Clarke County on Oct. 11, 1876, a daughter of the late Jolm James and Catherine Grantham LaRue. She spent her' life at "Pairview", the LaRue home near Rippon. Miss LaRue was the last mem- ber of the immediate family hav- ing being preceded in death by a sister, Miss Irene LaRue a.nd a brother, Corbin LaRue. Her near- est survivor is a first cousin, Mrs. William O. Macoughtry Sr. of Kearneyswlle, W. Va. The funeral was held Wednes- day at 2 p. m. at "Fairview", Ri,p pon conducted by the Rev. Carle- ton Fox of Hot Springs, a former rector of St. John's Episcopal Church Rippon of which Miss La Rue was a life long member and the Rev. Temple Wheeler of the tle, Pa. 22 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. A hmeral service was held on Sunday, Dec. 20, 1959 at 2:00 P. M. from the Jamestown Church by the Rev. Mr. Paterson of Charles Town. Interment was in the adjoining churchyard. Pallbearers were Char les Curry, Alfred Butler, Donald Jackson, Ralph Curry. Marcellus Johnson and Joseph Berry. MRS. ANNIE W. VIANDS Mrs. Annie Wilt Viands, 68, wi- dow of the late Leonard D. Viands Ranson died unexpectedly Mon- day at her home in Ranson. The deceased was born January 13, 1891 in Jefferson County, a daughter of the late Henry Wilt and LaPronie Pearl. She has bee.n a member of St. Andrews Episco- pal Church. Surviving are six sons and four iOUsly been employ- a L. Martin Com- 'e: Md., 15 years; ~rcraft, Company. .d the Bell Aircraft iffalo N. Y, artinsburg schools, ted from Martins- )ol i,n 1933 and la- ~hns Hopsklns Un- rnber of First Pres -~h here and the e Society of Auto- rs. e: his wife, Mrs ;on Kas,tle at the : Barbara at home Iartlnsburg sister Yd,_ 315 East Burke Oliver R. Kastle and two 'nephews. ,s removed from chatz and Coff- )me to his mo- 315 East Burke '~es were held wit)h the Rev. officiating. isle Ceme-/ daughters as follows: Samuel Theodore Viands and Mrs. Bryan Anderson, Ranson; Carl P. Viands Thomas J. Viands, Thomas J. Viands, Mrs. Quinto~j Ott, Char- Haven Charles Town. les W. Viands, Mrs. Thomas Pen- Burial was in Gree,n Hill Ceme- well, Mrs. Melvin C'line, all of Har tery, Berryville. pers Ferry; Melvin Eugene Viands Pallbearers 'were John Timber-at the home; and Leonard Viands lake of Clarksburg, W. Va., H. 0. Jr. also at the home. Pive sisters- Wilt, Harry Heskett, Paul Chap- Mrs. Lewis Bardinia, Martinsburg man, W. R. MacCoughtry, Jr., Mrs. Mary Lilla, Millville; Mrs. Lula Ranalli, Millville; Mrs. Ver White Grantham and Robert Shirnen Mathena, Baltimore, Md.; ley. Honorary pallbearers were Ral Mrs.George Helman, Baltimore; ph N. Dorsey, Dr. C. H. Iden, R. and Mrs. George Wilt, Ches'tnut W. Williams and Grovel" Poston. Hillalso survive along with 25 grandchildrenand five great grandchildren. MRS. IDA A. LICKLIDER Services were held Wednesday Mrs. Ida Augusta Licklider of afternoon at 2:30 from the Mel Martinsburg died Monday at 7:30 vin T. Strider Colonial Funeral p. m. in City Hospital where she Home with the Rev. C. W. Lloyd had been a patient since Decem- offieiat, i,ng. Burial was made in ber 11. St. Andrews Churchyard. A native of Charles Town she was born on April 4, 1882, a dau 'hter of the late Thomas J. and Martha Brown. She had resided in MartinsburgBy Miss Dorothy Bowers for the past 60 years and was a member of First Baptist Church. Pot. Richard Wright stationed Surviving are a son by former at :Port Riley, Kansas is spending marriage, Ernest R. Teter, 400a ten day furlough with his par- Auburn St. Martinsburg; three ents Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wright. grandsons Gary, Roger and GlenMr. a,nd Mrs. Kenneth Anders Teter; two sis;ers-Mrs. Vernie Hei and children of Ranson were visi- shman, Charles Town; Mrs. Eva Keyser, Lancaster, Pc.; anda tors Sunday at'the home of Mrs. Anders' parents Mr. and M1;s. Ber number of nieces and nephews, nard Ott. A brother, Thomas Lelmore Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moler were Brown died on November 15. visitors Monday at the home of Services will be held ThursdayMrs. James Fadeley in ChaHes at 10:30 a. m. at Rosemont. Kog Town and on Tuesday accompan elschatz and Coffman Funeral ted by the latter visited Mr. and Home with her pastor, the Rev.Mrs. Roger Milbourn !,.-, town. Dr. J. Robert Stiff, offmiating. Mrs. William Hoak, Misses Dor Burial will be in Green 'Hill othy Bowers and Esther Pope Cemetery. shopped in Hagerstown, Md. on Friday. MRS. LULA V. UNDERWOOD Birth Announced Mrs. Lula Virginia Underwood, Mr, and Mrs. Alec Costello are age 66 of Summit Point, W. Va.receiving congratulations on the died December 16, 1959 in t.he Ibirth of a daughter, "Mary Lane" Winchester Memorial Hospital. Iborn Sunday, December 20th in She was born in l~appahanock lille Charles Town Ge,~eral Hos- County, Va. a dat~hter of the {pitAl. Th little miss weighed 6 lb, late Thomas and Ann Marlowe 12 oz. Mrs. Costello, before her Green. Her husband. Hunter Un-marriage was Miss Doris Cleven- derwood survives her as do these gel daughter of Mr. and Mrs. children, Grec,n Underwood of I Edwin Clevenger. Centerville, Md., John Underwood ] Mrs. Paul Mills accompanied by of Charles Town, W. Va., Collinlher daughter-in-law Mrs. Paul Underwood of Summit Point, W. I Mills Jr. of Charles Town motored Va. Stanley Underwood of Sum- to Hamilton, Vs. Friday morning, mit Point, William Underwood of:where t'hey visited Mr. and Mrs. Summit Point, Mrs. Myrtle Rich R. C. Hindman. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams of rtgtmag ,be anb Jaittj ,o,,,,o. a v love and [ailh Ihls ('brawl,haS i)av t~Onle Io ~ ~ i'" " " "" ,. ,, tt. as we Kneel to pray; ~e Ior mankint['s our i2realest need: e~ardless of anolher's ~rce(i, eels our brother: no [alse pride ~r Ottstai,wd our Savior when Jle died: Io,.e [ ith d at hdd Ihm true: I .. need suth [ailJt Io see l-lira tlmrout h. "'~. Ior Ollr hrolhers e'er shall lie llie lest o[ Chrisihulih',