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6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1978 Deaths"Funerals t:- MRS. FRANKLIN NUICE Mr. Ahalt had operated the Services were held Saturday Paddock Restaurant for 21 from the Eackles Funeral years, owned race horses and Chapel in Harpers Ferry, by the operated a horse van. He was a Rev. Richard Blucher, Jr., for member of the Lutheran Church Mrs. Nellie Mae Nulce, 69, of and was a former member of the Sandy Hook, Md., who died Ranson City Council. Wednesday, March 22, in Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Frederick, Md., Memorial Katherine Virginia Whittington Hospital. Burialwas made in the Ahalt, at the home; three sons, Reformed Cemetery in Knox- Ronald S. Ahalt and Terry W. ville, Md. Ahalt, both of Ranson; James C. Born in Loudoun County, Va., Ahalt, Charles Town; one she was the daughter tithe late daughter, Mrs. Carolyn E. Abraham and Mary Mirley Grafton, Ranson; five grand- Greenwalt. She was the wife of children; and a brother, Walton the late Charles Franklin Nuice. Ahalt; Arnold, Md. Services She was a member of the were held Tuesday, March 28, at Sandy Hook United Methodist II a.m., from the Melvin T. Church. Strider Company Colonial She is survived by two Funeral Home here with the daughters, Mrs. Caroline Green, Rev. Roger Henshaw officiating. of Sandy Hook and Mrs. Nancy lterment was in Edge Hill Staniflaz, of Spencer, Iowa; one Cemetery. was made in Rosehill Cemetery : in Hagerstown. Born in Baltimore, he was a son of John W. and Ella May Warfield Recher. He was a member Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church; C.P.O. Elks, No. 378 for 63 years. He had been employed by C&P Telephone Co., retiring in 1955 with 45 years service. He is survived by a niece, Mrs. Donald Davenport, of Harpers Ferry; great-nephew and a great-niece. son, Larry T. Nuice, of Sandy Hook; two sisters, Mrs. Sadie  He was employed with the Kronk and Mrs. Marie Miskell, WILLIAM P. WOODS ' Martinsburg Mills for a number both of Sandy Hook; one brother, William Patrick Woods, 27, of of years. He was also employed Jody Greenwalt, of Sandy Hook; Shepherdstown, died unex- with a woolen mill in nine grandchildren and one pectedly on Saturday, March 25, Philadelphia, Pa., until great-grandchild, at his residence, retirement. Born January 18 1951, in He is survived by one sister Washington, D.C., he was the Mrs. Edna Springer, of Ranson; MRS. ELIZABETH B. son of Tighe Edward Woods and one brother, Joseph M. "Chick" CRAIG Lucy Beasley. Price, of Ranson; and one half- Mrs. Elizabeth Bell Craig, of A salesman of real estate, Mr. brother, William E. Allen, of Hampton, Va., and a former Woods was a member of St. Martinsburg. resident of Charles Town, died Agnes Catholic Church in March 22, in the Hampton, Va., Shepherdstown. MRS. LYDA C. COOPER General Hospital. Surviving, in addition to his Born in Jefferson County, mother, a resident of August 18, 1915, she was the Shepherdstown, are two sisters, daughter of William S. and Mrs. Margaret Didden, Bessie I. Bell. Her husband, iShepherdstown; Mrs. Hope William H. Craig, preceded her Cullinane, Hillsboro, Va." and a in death in 1970. brother, Bryan Woods, Wesley, A member Of tle Presbyterian Mass. Church, she is survived by two Services were held Monday, step-sons, William H. Craig, Jr., March 27th, at II a.m. from St. Clarksburg, W. Va.; Robert Agnes Catholic Church in Craig, of Florida; and a brother. Shepherdstown with the Rev. David Bell, of Leetown. Father Lambert Stack of. Services were held at 11 ficiating. Interment was in St. on Saturday, March 25, at the Peter's Catholic Cemetery in Melvin T. Strider Company Harpers Ferry. Colonial Funeral Home with the The Eackies Funeral Chapel Rev. William Ramkey of- was in charge of arrangements. ficiating. Interment was in Edge. Hill Cemetery. MRs. GERTRUDE STONE Mrs. Gertrude Houk Stone, of Charles Town, died March 27 in the Norborne Nursing Home in Martinsburg. Bern in Carey, Ohio, April 17, 1902, she was the daughter of W. H. Houk and Myrta Chesebrough. Her husband, Emery A. Stone, preceded her in death in 1966. A retired actress, she ap- peared for many years in WILLIAM W. STRIDER Services were held Monday at II a.m. from the Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Randall Tremba, pastor, William Strider, 53, the count-:,, who died Friday morning in Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown, Md. Burial was made in Elmwood Cemetery in Shepherdstown. Arrangements for the funeral were handled by the Melvin T. Strider Company Sudley musical and theatrical Funeral Home in Shepherd- productions. A member of the stown. Episcopal Church, she attended He was horn in Shepherd- New England Conservatory of stown, the son of the late Joseph Music in Boston, Mass. F. and Emma V. Myers Strider. .Her survivors include two He was employed for many nieces, Mrs. C. A. Yeoman, years at Mack Trucks in Carey, Ohio; Mrs. Robert Hagerstown. Henry, Thornville, Ohio; and a He was a member of the brother, Harold G. Honk, Carey, Shepherdstown Presbyterian Ohio. Church. Graveside services were held He served in the army in Wednesday, March 29, at 11 a.m. World War II. in Edge Hill Cemetery with the He is survived by his wife, Rev. Roger Henshaw officiating. Mrs. Margaret Lang Strider; The Melvin T. Strider Corn- three daughters, Mrs. David pany Colonial Funeral Home "Brenda"LeHew, of Inwood and was in charge of arrangements. Wendy Frances and Carrie Elizabeth, both at home; three sisters, Mrs. Irving "Virginia" Hollida, of Martinsburg; Mrs. Michael "Evelyn" Mitchell, of Youngwn; Ohio and Mrs. Jane Harris of Shepherdstown; two brothers, Nevin E. Strider and Jack Strider, both of Shepherdstown and one grandchild. MRS. LAGARDE TRUSSELL Funeral services were held Saturday, March 25, in Starer Memorial Chapel, Starer Funeral Home in Strasburg, Va., by the Rev. Tom Smith, for Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Trussell, 48, of 5352, Martindale Lane, Apopka, Florida, who died Tuesday night, March 21, in the Florida Hospital South, Orlando, Fla. EDWARD M. WINTERMYER Interment was made in Fisher's Services were held Saturday Hill Cemetery, Fisher's Hill, Va. at 10:30 a.m. from the Eacldes The deceased, wife of Funeral Chapel in Harpers LaGarde Tru.ssell, formerly Ferry, by the Rev. Temple G. Ranson, was horn July 3, 1929, at Wheeler, of Harpers Ferry, for Edward Michael Wintermyer, 68, of Blue Ridge Acres, who died Wednesday, March 22, in Jefferson Memorial Hospital, in Charles Town. Burial was made in Pleasant View Memory Gardens near Martinsburg. Fisher's Hill, a daughter of Elsie Vance Bauserman and the late Raymond ,Vance. She was a member  the United Church of Christ at Fisher's Hill, was a member' of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary in Charles Town. Born in Lavale, Md., he was In addition to her mother, she the son of George and Katherine is survived by her husband, Metz Wintermyer. LaGarde, three step-daughters, He was a veteran of World and one step.son, a grand- War II and was formerly era- mother, Mrs. Kate Bauserrnan, played with the base engineers of Strasburg, Va. at Ft. Meade, Md. The family received friends at He is survived by his wife, the Funeral Home Friday Patience Latimer Wintermyer; evening between the hours of S-9 one stepson, John L, Cockey, of Bowie, Md.; two sisters, Mrs. Madeline Henry of Lavale and Mrs. Marian Crow of Wheaten, Md.; one brother; Henry Win- termyer, of Lavale; and two step-ndchildren. JOHN E. RECHER and met at the funeral home some 30 minutes prior to the service on Saturday at 4 p.m. Bearers were: Lonnie Good E. L. Patterson, Pete Richards W. L. Craun, Jerry Elbon Steve Storer. HENRY W. PRICE Services were held Monday morning at I0:30 from the Brown Funeral Home in Martinsburg, by the Rev. James Richards, for Henry Ware "Red" Price, 72, of 123 W. Burke, Street, Mar- tinsburg, who died Friday in King's Daughters Hospital in Martinsburg. Burial was made in Pleasant View Memory Gardens, near Martinsburg. Born in Jefferson County, he was the son of the late warner w. and Altie Roland Price. A graveside service was held. Saturday morning at II o'clock from the Mt. Hebron Cemetery by the Rev. Robert Woodward for Mrs. Lyda Carter Cooper, 76, of Winchester, Va., who died Thursday morning in a Win- chester, Va., Nursing Home. Mrs. Cooper was born July 8, 1901, in Clarke County, a daughter of the late William and Annie Hoffman Carter. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Winchester. "Surviving is one daughter, Mrs. Mary C. Mulvey, of Win- chester; two sons, Roger C. Cooper, of Bunker Hill; and Charles F. Cooper, of Windsor, Conn., and 10 grandchildren. Her husband, Lohring C. Cooper, and one son, Lohring C. Cooper, Jr., preceder her in death. FRANCIS STROTHER Services were held Saturday AHALT at 2 p.m. from the Mlnnich Francis Strother Ahalt, of Funeral Home in Hagerstown, Ranson, died March 24, in .Md., by the Rev. Arthur L. Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Grove, for John E. Recher, 88, a Born November 23, 1917, in life-longresident of Hagerstown, Lovetisville, Va., he was the son Md,, who died Wednesday, of Enna C. AhaR and Bessie March 22, in the Loudoun County Strother. Hospital in Leeohurg, Va. Burial prom corporation in order to Adams and Steve Carter- was l offer maximum tax deductions approved for the Title IV C for contributions of money, Summer Reading Project at furnishings, farm implements, South Jefferson Elementary etc. School June 26 through August 4. In 1976, when the move was This project is federally funded initiated to use a part of the with these teachers workitlg Michaeis farm as a site for an with students and their parents amphi-theatre, the Concerned in their respective homes. A Taxpayers filed a suit against teacher can instruct no more the State of West Virginia, than 12 students as part of this Department of Natural reading program. Resources, to insude that the Recommended and okehed terms of the Sam Michaeis' will was a summer senior English he carried out. The Taxpayers course at Jefferson High School say they continue to support the from June 12 through July 21, validity of the will. with Sandra Dougherty em- FIRST----- played as teacher. The board also worked out From Pagel further details concerning a piece of property to be deeded to walking orlight galloping during the school system for con- inclement weather, struction of a sewage treatment The barn, built in the early facility. This property is at the 1940's, by Albert J. Boyle, who Blue Ridge Camp grounds, with constructed and owned the the resolution being formulated Charles Town Turf Club, con- between the board, AI tains a small apartment in the Broadhurst and Mr. and Mrs top for use of a stablehand, Reisburg. especially during the breeding Use of the Charles Town season. Mr. Boyle used the barn Junior High Athletic Field for for his broodmares. practice on Mondays and In addition to galleries Tuesdays from April 3 through exhibRing racing and equine August 1 by the Charles Town artifacts, the center will provide Giants Little League team was space for tourist attractions to granted by the board. display their materials and Appearing before the board personnel to help the travelers, was George Soarolla, of the At the present plans are also FLOC Wilderness School, who being made to have a mare and gave a presentation of the goal in a paddock next to the school's work. museum, as well as a This school, which is bran- blacksmith's shop. ching out in this area, is a year- "We anticipate that more round residential camp for boys people like Mr. Main will have with behavior and adjustment items from past race meets to problems. The school has offices contribute", McDonald stated. If in Strasburg, Va. anyone has any articles they would like to contribute to the Elmwood Cemetery Charles Town Racing Museum, please contact the race track. Assn. To Launch PUBLIC-- Fund Campaign FromPagel The Elmwood Cemetery Association of Shepherdstown Later, when the Chesapeake has launched a fund-raising and Ohio Canal became reality, campaign again this spring. In officials connected the con- order to repair roads, continue struction of Lock 38 (Shepherd- tree work, mark unsold lots and stown Lock) lived at Entler's replace worn equipment it is Hotel. hoped that lot-owners and The hotel features in early friends will respond to this accounts of a duel fought in 1809 appeal for funds. The Board of on the Maryland side of the Directors found it necessary to river. In the match between use a large proportion of last Peyton Smith and Joseph year's contributions for Holmes, who had quarreled over restoration of the caretaker's cards, the records show that the house. And now that this part of wounded young Smith was the property is in good shape the CONCERNED From Page 1 very educational and rewarding from all aspects. The committee working on the Michaels farm project from the Concerned Taxpayers, which includes Mrs. Ada Mclntyre, Mrs. Pat Wait, Mrs. Maxine Andrews and Mrs. Walter West, say they feel in a rural area where growth is taking place, a county-wide effort of preser- vation and conservation of the farming history, could go a long way toward pulling together widely divergent interests. They point up that Washington commuters could begin to un- derstand the area to which they ha,,e moved. The Taxpayers committee feels the house on the farm could serve as a much needed community center where clubs would have meetings in most enjoyable surro,)dings. The committee also Vonts out that this is the largest area d land available in the county now that could be used for a public park. The Concerned Taxpayers say they have received pledges of assistance from prominent farmers of the county in the donation of animals for the farm and also in the farming operation. And the Taxpayers said they hope to enlist the aid of local garden clubs in planning and working toward the restoration of the gardens at the Michaels farm. The Concerned Taxpayers are asking for an initial grant from the state of $150,000.00 to use in the restoration of the house barn and grounds and also to help with the operating expenses until such time as admission fees and land rental could provide the brother to Entler's Hotel, where he died in Room I on the third r before his mer's arrival from Winchester. Throughout the years, hotel's official connection with the town's governing body in- volved entertaining the mayor and members annually and applying for and renewing of licenses to sell "spiritus liquors".. - On April 14, 1845, the council granted permission for the Market House to he enlarged and Beard is anxious to get un- derway with plans for further improvements. Please send your tax- deductible contributions to George W. Ambrose, Jr., P.O. Box 11, Shepherdstown, W. Va. 25443. Nominating, Award Committees Named By Local Chamber Members of the nominating "buff-washed similar to Mr. D. committee to elect new officers Entler's Hotel". and those named to the awards Social affairs were sometimes committee were' selected by at ng County held in the large dining room. On January 30, 1847, a supper was served for Col. John Frances Hamtramch, a West Point graduate of 1619, a U.S. Indian Agent, a Military Governor in Mexico, Captain of the Shepherdstown Light Infantry and Mayor of Shepherdstown, President Calvin McGehee at the Board of Directors meeting of the Jefferson Chamber of Commerce on March 6th. Members of the nominating committee include Chairman William Van Tel, James Davis, John Rissler, Francis Frye and 1850-54. As a young man, the William Gavin. honoree, upon the death of his The awards committee is father, Col. J. F. Hamtramch, composed of Chairman Douglas Jr., who had been an officer on General George Washington's staff, became the ward of General William Benjamin Harrison. This is just a part of the lengthy, but grand historic facts surrounding the Jefferson County structure. More in- formation on the structure is available from the Historic Shepherdstown Commission or by attending next Thursday evening's meeting. BOARD From Page I School next year; Maria Roy a a substitute cook for the remainder of this term; and Mrs. Sandra C. Fillinger as a revenue to make the project self volunteer bus aide for the sufficient, remainder of the current school The Concerned Taxpayers felt year. the Sam Michaels farm should The employment of three become a quasi public, non- persons- Alene Arnold, Sally I SHERIFF'S SALE Whereas the undersized Sheriff did levy upon the goods and chattels described below of Nancy (Soyars) Palumbo, for a Writ of Execution en- tered in Circuit Court of Jefferson County, W. Va., by Thomas W. Newcomer, etc., Civil Action number ,1948, notice is hereby given that the undersigned sheriff will sell for cash on Friday, April 14, 1978 at 11:00 a.m. at the Thomas W. Newcomer Farm on Marlowe Road the following item of personal property: I - Eleven-year-old white and red Pinto Gelding horse. Howard W. Writ Sheriff of Jefferson County, W. Va. March 30-2t Rockwell, Shirley Hunt, Ed tinsburg, West Virginia, and Saville, Joe Sardone and Rehert running back between parallel Ott. lines a depth of 70 feet, said parcel being rectangular in shape and bounded on the South by said Road Route No. 48. The doctor may not PARCEL TWO: A strip of land know what's wrong with adjacent to Parcel One, you but he's confident, at least. NOTICE oF TRUSTEE'SALE OF REAL ESTATE OF ROBERT C. DAY AND JEAN E. DAY AT KEAR- NEYSVILLE, JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA, KNOWN AS SERVICE STATION, DAY'S CASH STORE, AND OTHER AD- JbCENT PARCELS. Notice is hereby given that by reason of default in the payment of obligations secured by deeds of trust, duly made or assumed by Robert C. Day and Jean E. Day, to W.H.S. White, Jr., Trustee, of record and described in the Office of the Clerk of the County Commission of Jefferson County, West Virginia, in Deed Book No. 367 at page 71; in Deed, Book No. 367 at page 74; in Deed Book No. 376 at page 686; in Deed Book No. 394 at page 213; and in Deed Book No. 394 at page 208; bearing respective dates of October 27, 1973. October 31, 1973, March 30, 1974, August 20, 1975, and August 13, 1975, to all which reference is made, the said Trustee havifig been directed so to do by the holders of the notes therein secured, will, on the 7th day of April, 1978 'Friday' at 11:00 A.M., sell at public auction at the premises hereinafter described at the Intersection of West Virginia State Road Routes Nos. 9 and 48 at Kearneysville, Jefferson County, West Virginia, the following described real estate, with improvements thereon (excluding the house trailer on the premises): All those certain 4 parcels of land with improvements thereon in Kearneysville, in Middleway District, Jefferson County, West i Virginia, which were conveyed !to Robert C. Day and Jean E. Day, husband and wife, by Roger F. Dillow and Mildred M. Dillow, husband and wife, by deed dated August 13, 1975, which deed is of record in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book No. 394 at page 208, to which reference is made, said parcels described as follows: PARCEL ONE: All that certain lot of land, improved by a service-station building, located at the Northeastern corner of W. Va. State Road Route No. 9 and Route 48, fronting a total of 121.5 feet on the easterly side of State Road Route No. 9 (which said Road Route runs from Charles Town, West Virginia toward Mar- ........... .f '1 CARPETS CLEANED , In your home or [LP place of business r' by VonSchrader  I dry-foam method  I Ito fussoNo muss fl/] ! No Odor, , t Did 725420! described above, and lying East of Parcel One, which said strip of land fronts 16 feet on West 'Virginia State Road Route No. 48 and runs back from said Route No. 48 in a Northerly direction, a distance of 121.5 feet, having as its Western boundary, the Eastern boundary of Parcel One as above described, and which said strip of land was formerly the Western portion of Lot No. Four (4) "Store-room" Lot as shown and designated on a Plat prepared by John Kusner, Surveyor, dated September 15, ATTENTION l Heed a Nice New or Used Car GARLAND ANDERSON Can Get it for you & for less. You decide the kind you want I will guarantee you a Better Car At a BETTER PRICE. Have Over I00 To Choose From With Inventory changing daily. Ca//Me todayl GARLAND ANDERSON 725.9075 You'J/Be G/ad You Dkll March 30 - TF FOR RESPONSIVE... EFFECTIVE... EFFECIENT... COUNTY GOVERNMENT Agriculture is a major Industry in Jefferson County. It is enjoyed by Many residents both rural and urban. Agriculture must maintain it's "Critical Mass" to sustain it's supply and services systems to prevent our agriculture future from falling into an "lmpermance Syndrome." JAMES L. LOUTHAN Democratic Candidate for County Commission March 30 - IT Pol. Ad By Candidate 1966, of record in said Clerk's Office in Deed Book No. 283 at page 116 to which reference is made. PARCEL THREE: That certain parcel of land with a frame building thereon, shown at page 116) is made for LESS AND strip of land described as PARCEL FoUJU No. 5 as Parcels Two mentioned, said designated on !the "Putnam It", Plat referenc 'further The above will be sold exclusive rights to! right of way Plat, running "Store-room "Putnam Lot" the rear of said Plat herein to which of purchase price balance within and designated as Lot No. 4 March 9-4t "White's Storeroom LOt" on the Plat above referred to in the description of Parcel Two (of record in said Clerk's Office as aforesaid, in Deed Book No. 283 l Dirty Carpets? Get the dirt others leave behind. Rent the amazing ncw HOST Steam* i FOrNo4 D,osit J. Russell Fritts & Son, Inc. 309 W. Washington Street Charles Town, W. Va. 304-725-5511 If you're 15 you can insurence $10,000 in just 14g.00 a you're 25, to rates you'll It's callod "Young Adult and it'S worth into, Call: DOMINICK Your Local PH.t 7 "Dal4 ' ELECT JAMES. k ,t, ,k ,k ,k,k ,t. ,t.,k ,t"t" t t 4 W. Va. "" ,. RIGHTS AND DIGNITY OF EVERY HE WILL WORK FOR 1 Authority by Peoples Committee for ! Mrs. Dorothy Coperton, Chairman Marc  j mm llnmm Give Me The O To Prove To You That G/ve You Honest, And Capable On May 9 In The Primary VOTE FOR Raymond Lee Jenkinl County Comm Kabletown District THANK YOU Mareh 254T--Pd. (Pd. Pol. Adt CLOSING OUT I will sell at public sale the following located in Keameysville, W. Va., on: SATURDAY - April 1, Bollinninll at 10.4)0 Norge refrigerator with ice maker, stainless steel sink, dishwasher, 3 pc. suite, fireplace set, 2 sofa beds, oak beds, dressers, vanity, Chest of drawerS, dehumidifier, rockers, 2 recliners, tables, 3 pc. wicker set, china closet, Silvertone organ and bench, Siglex office desk and chair 10 gallon stone crocks, jars, bottles, kettle, bicycles, toys, Xmas Register, electric; tire changer, woodworking tools, 2 refrigeratio pots, pans, etc. AT THE SAME TIME, I will sell merchandise and supplies in the PLETE CLOSE OUT. Terms: Cash Auctioneer: Paul E. Miller Clerk: N. Clark Furr Lunch rights reserved. I