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6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer&apos;s ADVOCATE THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1978 DEATHS- .. FUNERALS ERNEST E. CHAPMAN Ernest E. Chapman, of Shenandoah Junction, died April 8, in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Born in Jefferson County, February 19,1917, he was the son of Frank F. Chapman and Katie Ann Mansfield. Mr. Chapman was an air crane operator for the B & O Railroad for 32 years and was a member of Martinshurg Loyal Order of Moose Lodge 120, Brotherhood of Railway Workers and an honorary member of Citizens Fire Company. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Eileen Marie Southard Chap- man, at the home; one sister, Mrs. Ida Southard, Shenandoah Junction; and a brother, James F. Chapman, Bardane. Services were held Monday at 2 p.m. from the Melvin T. Strider Company Colonial Funeral Home with the Hey. Royce Chaney officiating. Interment was in Pleasant View Memory .Gardens. CHARLES HOMER THOMSON Charles Homer Thomson, 62, MRS. EDWARD COCKEY, JR. Mrs. Nannie S. Moore Cockey, 88, of PurceUville, Va., died Thursday, April 4, at her residence following a lengthy illness. She was horn in Jefferson County, on March 29, 1890, and was a daughter of the late Alexander C. and Nancy Butler Moore. She was a member of St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Purcellville and a charter member of the Purcellville Womans Club and was also a member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Her husband, Edward A. Cockey, Jr., preceded her in death in July, 1957. Her husband formerly operated a creamery in Purcellville. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Urath C. Gib- son, of Harpers Ferry; and Mrs. Alice C. Immler, of Stevensville, Md.; two sons, Edward A. Cockey, Ill, of Lutherville, Md., and Alexander M. Cockey, of Purcellville, Va. ; fifteen grandchildren and sixteen great- grandchildren. Other survivors include a niece, Mrs. Nancy of Pleasantville, Md., Sunday, April 9, in the National[ Institutes of Health, Bethesda, I Md., after having been in ill I health for some time. [ Born at Table Grove, ] :.if February 10,1916, he was the son of Abner Thomson and Emma Mac Smith. A retired ac- countant, he was employed by the GSA in Washington, D.C., and was a member of the Sandy Hook United Methodist Church Church. A veteran of World War II, Mr. Thomson served with the U.S. Marine Corps in the Pacific. Surviving are his wife, Frances I. Mason Thomson, at the home; two daughters, Mrs. Vivian C. Scanlan, Olney, Md.; Mrs. Patricia I. Royce, Springfield, Va.; two grand- children; and two brothers, Paul E. Thomson, Marietta, Ill.; and Otis I. Thomson, Peoria, Ill. Services were held from the Eackles Funeral Chapel on Wednesday, April 12, at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Richard L. Blucher, Jr., officiating. In- terment was in Samples Manor Cemetery in Maryland. Friends were received by ae family on Tuesday, April 11, at the Funeral Chapel from 7 to 9 p.m. JOSEPH H. HUTZLER Joseph Hunter Hutzler, 92, formerly of Glengary, died early on Saturday, April 8, in King's Daughters Hospital, Mar- tinsburg. Surviving in addition to his wife, Myrtle Ivy Mason Hutzler, are three sons, Carroll and Elwood Hutzler, both of Glengary; Calvin Hutzler, Coatsville, Pa.; and two daughters, Mrs. Junior "Mary" Miller, Inwood; and Mrs. Elwood "Gloria" Bowers, Shanghai, W. Va. Services were conducte( Tuesday, April 11, at 1 p.m. at the Brown Funeral Home with the Rev. Frank Doughty of- ficiating. Interment was in Mt. Carmel Cemetery. The family received friends at the funeral home on Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. and Monday from 7 to 9 p.m. died .I Sardone, of Kabletown. Funeral services were held on Saturday, April 8, at 9 a.m. at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Purcellville, with the Rev. Harry L. Hoffman officiating. Interment was in St. Thomas Garrison Church cemetery in ()wings Mills, Md., at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday. Grandsons served as pallbearers. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Purcellville, Va. Arrangements were by the Hall Funeral Home in Pur- cellville, Va. WILSON H. JOHNSON Wilson Henry Johnson, of Shenandoah Junction, died April 10 in the Washington County, Md., Hospital in Hagerstown. Born July 28, 1912, in Win- chester, Va., he was the son of Charles W. Johnson and Sarah Gaskins. The husband of May Taylor Johnson, who survives at the home, Mr. Johnson was em- ployed by the Norfolk and Western Railroad for 30 years, having retired July 9, 1973. In addition to his wife, sur- vivors include nine children -- Mrs. Alice Johnson, Mar- Unshurg; Mrs. Esther Johnson, Bellville, N.J.; Mrs. Edith Holmes, Shepherdstown; Miss Helen Johnson, Shenandoah Junction; Mrs. Dorothy Taylor, Middleway; Mrs. Darlene Brown, Walnut Grove; Thomas Johnson, Baltimore, Md.; Wilson E. Johnson, Fort Gordon, Fa.; Raymond Johnson, In- wood; 32 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and a brother, Charles Johnson. He was preceded in death by one son, James E. Johnson. Services will be held at the [HOU  of Prayer in the Church of God today at 2 p.m. with Bishop Engene Baltimore officiating. Interment will be in John- sontown Cemetery. The family received friends at the Melvin T. Strider Company Colonial Funeral Home Wed- nesday from 7 to 9 p.m. nUR BEST PAINT SAGEI BEST WALL PAINT BEST HOUSE PAINT BESTPRICES!, Colony SatinTone FLAT LATEX WALL PAINT I -  OUR FINEST DURABILITY / $ 19 \\;WALL PAINT CHAMPION , OAL. I A beautiful, flat A flat, latex ex- Regulor ] finish in your terior finish with kss/ choice of nun. , outstanding dur. R*ouler  dreds of colors, ability. Great Delicate beauty colors from ul. is so tough you tra deopstosub- can scrub it with tie off whites, at S. WALTER WASHINGTON S. Walter Washington, a native of Charles Town, and a retired, career diplomat, died in El Paso, Tex., on April 3 at the age of 76. Following graduation from the Virginia Military Institute, he was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University for three years. He entered the Foreign Service in 1926, serving in Buenos Aires, Rio De Janeiro, Tokyo, Bogota, Istanbul-Ankata, Riga, Stockholm, San Jose, Mexico City and Madrid. He was the advisor to the U.S. Delegations at the UNESCO 'Conference in Mexico City in 1947 and at the U.N. General Assembly in Paris in 1948. Retiring in 1953, he became a lecturer and acting professor at the Woodrow Wilson Depart- ment of Foreign Affairs, University of Virginia. In 1960, ihe moved to San Juan and for nine years served as lecturer at the University of Puerto Rico. His final retirement was to Las Cruces, N.M., where he was a Common Cause Coordinator, delivering a weekly radio program on foreign affairs and was a moderator of groups under the Great Decision Programs. Surviving are his wife at Las Cruces, a son, Dr. John A. Washington, It, of Rochester, Minn.; three grandchildren; and one brother, Dr. John A. Washington, of Charles Town. Graveside services were conducted in the Zion Episcopal Churchyard on Monday with the Rev. Roger Henshaw officiating. DAVID M. WOODWARD Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 4, at 2 p.m. from the Bradley Funeral Home in Luray, Va., by the Rev. Buddy Cavines, pastor, for David Marshall Woodward, 52, of Rileyville, Va., who died Thursday, March 30, in the Page County, Va., Memorial Hospital. Burial was made in Beahm's Chapel Cemetery. He was born December 31, 1925 in West Virginia and was a son of the late Amos Henry and Sarah Annie Kenney Woodward. On March 13, 1948, he married the former Dorcas E. Deane, who survives. Also surviving are one step- daughter, Edith Spurgin, of New York; four brothers, William ward, of Charles Town; Wilbur Woodward, of Maryland; Robert Woodward, of California and Walter Woodward, of Staunton; two sisters, Rebecca E. Price, of Luray and Katherine Cogle of West Virginia, and one grandchild. RECTOR WILLIAlVl LARUE Rector William Larue, of Charles Town, Route 1, died April 7 in Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Born at Mt. Mission, March 11, 1902, he was the son of Charles Lame and Rebecca Longer- beam. He was employed by Potomac Edison Company for over 45 years, having retired in 1967. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Grace Viands Larue, at the home; seven children -- Mrs. Julian (Gladys) Singhas, Charles Town; Mrs. Margaret Clipp, Baltimore, Md.; Elmer Larue, Ranson; Floyd Larue, Winchester, Va.; James Larue, Baltimore; Merle Larue, RFD, Harpers Ferry; Lester Lame, at the home; 20 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; a half- sister, Mrs. Lilly Whittington, Mannings; and two brothers, Hakwey and Raymond Larue, both of Harpers Ferry. Services were held Tuesday April 11 at 2 p.m. at the Murriell Hill United Methodist Church with the Rev. Robert Hiller officiating. Interment was in Murriell Hill Cemetery. Arrangements were by the Melvin T. Strider Company Colonial Funeral Home. a brush without no extra charge. damage! Your home deserves the best... especially a t these prices. VALLEY HARDWARE CO. PHONE: 725- 5113 Charles Town, W.Va. ? REV. LANDRY SMITH Funeral services were held Monday from the Baloney & Sons Funeral Home in Garyville, Louisiana, for the Rev. Landry C. Smith, a resident of 424 West Washington Street, Charles Town, who was pronounced dead on arrival Thursday, April 6, at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Local arrangements were handled by the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ranson. He was a former resident of Edgard, La. He was born Oc- tuber 16, 1896, to the late Cleveland and Fannie Harris Smith. He was the widower of Victoria Hubert Smith. He is survived by 11 children -- Mrs. Thomas "Ellis" Mullen, Charles Town; Mrs. Hazel Landry, Marrero, La.; Mrs. Fannie Lewis, Ridge City, La.; Mrs. Victoria Barnes, Lucy, La.; Mrs. Mildren Smith, Edgard, La.; six sons, Ellis Smith, Vallejo, Calif.; Lawrence and Landry, Jr., New Orleans; Jessel and Arthur, both of Edgard and Joseph, Marion, La. He is also survived by 56 grandchildren and many great- grandchildren. Rev. Smith retired in 1974 after serving for 40 years as pastor of Second African Baptist Church at Edgard, La. CHARLES C. WEST Charles Clarence West, 92, of Sandy Hook, Md., died Thur- sday, April 6, in Avalon Manor i Nursing Home Born in Yarrowsburg, Md., August 1, 1885, he was the son of William T. West and Ida Arnold. A retired railroad conductor, he was employed by the B & O Railroad and was a member of the Sandy Hook United Methodist Church. His wife, Mrs. Inez Gordon West, preceded him in death October 8, 1977. Surviving are one son, Clarence G. West, Frederick, Md.; two grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Hazel Kling- elhneffer, of Overlea, Md. Services were held from the Eackles Funeral Chapel or Saturday, April B, at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Richard L. Blucher Jr., officiating. Interment was in Old Brethren Cemetery, Brownsville, Md. Friends were received at the Funeral Chapel on Friday, April 7,]From 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. MIDDLEWAY Mrs. Larry Ring Dial 725-2500 .............. ---; -- - -w,=i The Wizard Clipp Ext. Homemakers met on Wed- nesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Alvin Linton with eight members present. The devotions were led by Mrs. Alvin Linton. She opened with prayer followed by a short story on "The Church of the First Days". Mrs. Mary Frances Rebert read a poem on "Friendship Thoughts", followed by the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Edward McKee led the lesson, "Women's Role in Her Husband's Retirement". A lesson was given and Mrs. McKee asked each lady the role they helped in their husbands retirement. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Larry Ring. There was roll call secretary and treasury report. Mrs. Mary Frances Rebert and Mrs. Alvin Linton each gave book reports. The president reminded the members of the Heritage Market at the Art and Crafts Festival to he held on June 9-10-11 and of the Red Cross Bloodmobile Unit to be in Charles Town on Thursday, April 13, at the Zion Episcopal Church Parish House from 10:15 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. and urged everyone to give that could. Also PUBLIC SALE We will sell the following personal property, located on Elm Street in Bolivar, W. Va. on - SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1978 BEG IN N IN G A T 10"OO A. M. Oak china closet; 8 pc. dining room suite; walnut drop-leaf table and 4 chairs; sideboard; dinette set with 4 chairs; drum table; living room suite; end tables; oak library table; coffee tables; round tables; recliner; rocker; child's rocker; plank bottom chair; swivel accounting chair; cane seat chairs; wall shelf; hall tree; oak wash stand; quantity of books; picture frames; lamps; radio; assortment of records, tapes, and cassettes; Bell and Howell movie camera; Keystone projectors; collection of wood #anes; collection of old irons; apple peeler; glass churn; butter prints; dutch oven; 2 wooden measures; Campaign buttons; hanging scales; tin ware; iron ware and tools; haines; sausage grinder; mason jars; jars of marbles; deep bathtub; ice shavers; electric buffer; china and glassware; many articles too numerous to mention. Terms: Cash Russell and Peggy Jacobs Auctioneer: Paul E. Miller Clerk: N. Clark Purr Lunch rights reserved Not responsible for accidents on premises. April 13-a since National Extension Homemaker Week would be observed, which begins the first Sunday in May of each year, the club decided to attend the morning worship service in a group at the Middleway U.M. Church on May 7. It was reported that the Keyser Area meeting will be on June 14 at Frankfort High School, Mineral County. If enough interest is shown a bus would be provided. News letters were read for several coming events. With no further business the meeting was adjourned. Refreshments of cherry pie and coffee were served by the hostess, Mrs. Linton, followed by a social hour. The next meeting will be on Wednesday, May 3 at the home of Mrs. Thomas Magaha and Miss Dorothy Dailey. Miss Kimberly Hough is recuperating at home after having a tonsillectomy operation at the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Reminder of the Wizard Clipp Singles to meet on Thursday, April 20 at 6:30, for covered dish dinner. Sympathy is extended to the family of Martin L. Swartz of Bunker Hill, who passed away Sunday, April 2, in the Win- chester Memorial Hospital. Services were conducted Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Brown Funeral Home by his pastor, Rev. Robert Her- shberger, with interment in the l Bunker Hill Cemetery. Mr. Robert Buddenhagen, of Charles Town,-was a dinner guest on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Linton. Mrs. Betty Ashcraft was an afternoon visRor with the Linton's. Mr. Tommie White returned home on Sunday after spending the winter with his son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Winnie White in Pasadena, Texas. He was met at Dulles Airport by his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Poston. Mr. and Mrs. William Friend, Anessa and Scott, returned home on Friday night after attending the funeral of Mrs. Friend's grandmother, Mrs. Leota Hamner of Mill Creek, W. Va. They spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. James Hamner, of Parson, W. Va. Sympathy is extended to the family from their many friends in Middleway. PERSONNEL From Page 1 Center for Exceptional Children for the remainder of the current term. j David F. Smith was employed [ under general maintenance for the summer period beginning June 19, to inventory free text- hooks, new book orders and distribution of books and sup- plies to all schools. Low hid for paper supplies, which was received from the Unijax Business Interiors, Winchester, Va., in the amount of $11,795.30, was approved, while the low bid for other supplies was received from the Marquis Company, Hagerstown, Md., in the amount of $2,862.25 and, likewise, was approved. A number of extracurricular field trips, requested by Shepherdstown and Harpers Ferry Junior High Schools and Jefferson High School were approved, along with a South Jefferson Elementary sixth grade and EMR class visit to Washington, D.C., to visit the zoo and parts of the Smithsonian Institution. The following professional absences were granted: Jill Jenkins, who will attend the West Virginia Speech and Hearing Association Convention April 20 and 21 in Morgantown. Eugene H. Kinder, who will attend the West Virginia Per- sonnel Guidance Association Annual Conference April 19 and 20 at Cedar Lakes, Ripley. Eugene H. Kinder, to attend the planning session for travel to Florida on April 22 Gave Vocational Exploration through 26, sponsored by Jef- Workshop April 6 in Morgan- ferson High School Fine Arts Ferry Junior town. Association. period of two Elvin M. Rose and Patricia Hubbard, to accompany students participating in State Science Fair, April 14, at West Virginia .Wesleyan College, Buckhannon. Warren Carter, Donald Hetzel, Judson Romine, Mary Doakes and George Frame, all of whom will attend the Secondary Schools Activities Commission meeting April 27 and 28 at Pipestem State Park. Patricia Ford and June Strider, to attend the State Speech and Hearing Convention in Morgantown, April 20 and 21. Approved the participation of Jefferson High Schools' Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y in Youth in Govern- ment Program in Charleston April 21, 22, 23. Approved request for Jef- ferson High School's Band to Start now to plan for a pro- fessional career driving a "Big Rig' Our private train- ing school offers competent instructors, modem equip- merit and challenging train- ing fields. Keep your job and train on part time basis (Sat. & Sun.} or attend our 3 week full time resident train- ing. Call right now for full information, F WINCHESTER 703-662-2536 opportunity insurance forworking .wogi6H Women need life insurance as much as men do, If you're a working woman, Nationwide has insurance to cover you, your husband, each child. And every child you have in the future, at no increase in premium. Call today. DOMINICK "Wdh" FARGO Your Local Jeff. County Agent PH.t 725-S814 - 738-8330 .. NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Nawe *e O1 your mOe Nattonwe Life Insurance Combany me oIce Columbus 0,0 ELECT Charles "Chis" Strider, Jr. *'A'************,A'**'k,k,A, Democratic Candiclate For Jefferson County Commission Kabletown District A lifelong resident and businessman always worked for the progress of County and it's people. Resident of Road, RFD 1, Charles Town. PHONE: Alril I3-1T Pol. Ad SPECIAL SPRING APRIL 20, Melvin Koib, Maryland Monthly Holstein At my Maryland Farm located one-ha Woodsboro, on Route 550 in Frederick county. 125 Top Quality Holsteins 125 REGISTERED AND GRADES Dairymen, this is really a nice group of this Sale. About 40 extremely top I years old. 25 high quality Purebred these cows and Heifers are to fancy grade Heifers fresh grade cows milking up to 100 lbs. per day. SPECIAL MENTION: A beautiful bigstrong 87 HILLTOP APOLLO IVANHOE daughter, 339d 18525M 673F, as a 3 yr. 1 mo. 365d a ROMANDALE DIVIDEND PE yr. old, her record 3.4 too. 315d 17473 356d 17072M 4.0 699F, G. Gr. Dam VG, 2 over 800F. Lifetime 143,393M 6032F, with 305d 19048M 815F, her 2 yr. old daughter 1st test over 60 lbs. 5.9t, 2nd test not back 1978 with heifer calf by CURTIS HAVEN a real good calf. This cow is out of a top coW she is one of the better cows we e GP-82 2 yr. old LE-DEL IDEAL daughter, as a 2 yr. old 328d 15083M 3.7 IVANHOE STAR dam, 2rid dam G-79 by WHIRLHILL MAR, 3rd Dam VG-B7 b: FORWARD, fresh March 21, 1978 with RANSON RAIL PACEMAKER Two Red and White AGRO ACRES daughters, one 3 yr. old bred 7-29-77 to LEGACY FRED, best record of 3 nearest 828F 3.67T, his dam as 5 yr. 314d 21336 Canadian record 320d 127'27M 4.2 546f. A 2 yrl MORRE ROYAL TRANSMTR RED daughter'! C ROMANDALE JASPER RED. A good TIER FARM APOLLO ROCKET daughter STAR dam GP-94, 305d 13683 4.2 575, a 16460 4.1 671, Gr. Dam 362 15549 4.9 CREEK BOOTMAKER CLIMAX. Farmers if you need good cows or Heifers, Grades, don't miss this All cattle selected by us from Pennsylvania and Maryland. We really best for this Sale. Also several Purebred Heifer calveswill be! Terms: Cash on day of sale Not responsible for accidents Robert Mullendore-Auctioneer Home Marvin A. Eshleman-Pedigrees 621 Mehrle N. Wachter-Clerk April 13-1t McCulloch Pro Mac 510 A Tough Saw For Tough Cutting Jobs with Features the Pros Prefer. 16" sprocket t=p guide bar and chain Patented anti-vibration system Wraparound Chain Brake/Hand Guara safety feature Automatic and manual oihng Muffler shield and chain catcher Just 12 pounds complete 0n| v <H $169"9s CHAJNBIJ(E I MOULTON MACHINERY Charles Town, W. Va. Phone: 725- 5213 ! Get this rugged nine for big capacity The NEW Model 488 Haybine@ Mower-Conditioner features: Full-width, intermeshing chevron rub- ber rolls give uniform conditioning. Adjustable reel picks up lodged crops. Sicklebar moves 1,632 strokes per minute for fast, clean cutting. Equal angle PTO. If it isn't a Sperry New Holland, it isn't a Haybine, the original mower-conditioner. PEOPLES SUPPLY FARM MACHINERY CHARLES TOWN, We VA. Your authorizad 00I=ER'00Y00J00Fr00w I-IC)LLAN::) deal