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10 MRS. EDITH ~J.LIS active in Jefferson Mernorial Park in early 1969 and is now and has been since 1976 it*s president. Ernest is a member of the Jefferson County Volunteer He attended the Catholic Firemen's Association, SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MAY 6,1982 ". -- . Willard "Brud" Ansel rsonnel Policies aoopzeoSpeaker For Retired By Ranson Council On SickEmployees More than 300 Scourers and Douglas Services were conducted Church was a member of having served two terms of Employees Holidays wives enjoyed the 54th Shaffer, last Friday afternoon at the Jackson-Perks Post 71, two years as president. He isy Annual Scouter Recognition Jr James A. Bast Funeral Home, Boon- American Legion, Charles a member of the West Virginia Dinner+held at the Amherst Irvine shoro, Md for Mrs. Edith Town and the Horseman's State Firemen's Association The Ranson Town Council The council also sent Campus of James Wood High Feldlmuser; 20 Louise Ellis, 54, of Route I, Benevolent and Protective and is presently serving as Tuesday evening adopted through first reading an or- School in W'mchester, Va. Dr. Keedysville, Md who died Association. assistant secretary. He also is personnel p licies for town dinance which will increase The Silver Beaver Awards, Charles ('.on Tuesday, April 27, at her A~veteran of World Wara member of the West Virginia employees, covering holidays parking fines from $2 to ~; the highest adult award a MacDermott; M, home. The Rev. Lewis Archer Two, he served with the U.S. State Fire Chiefs Assoc.; and sick leave, sent through final reading Council can bestow, were were; Henry officiated, burial was in Marine Corps, then served amemberofthaCumberlsnd Under the new policy, time ordinances officially presented as the highlight of W. Gilbert; az Fairview Cemetery, with the U.S. Army in the Valley Firemen's off holidays will include establishing a planning Keedysville. Korean War. Association; is a member of Memorial Day, West Virginia commission and cedifcation of Oliverthe program.Parry, *RecipientSscoutingwere j.awardSBernardWere;Hase J! Mrs. Ellis was born August" He is survived by his wife, the Charles Town AshuryDay, July Fourth, Labor Day, criminal offenses in the Coordinator of Falling Paul WLllis. 6, 1927, in Shepherdstown, a Helen at the home; a United Methodist Church; has Veterans Day, Thanksgiving municipality; approved Waters, and ROy W. Bayliss, Donald Jones, d daughter of the late Dudley L. daughter, Patricia Ann ~ed as secretary of theDay, Christmas and New preparation of a new or- Jr Council Vice President- President for and Nellie Hays Whittington. Downs, New Carlton, Md.; Builders Sunday school class Years days. dinance calling for "no Manpower Membership from Planning aw| She was a member of the two sons, John Douglas of the church; is a former Eliminated as holidays were parking" on certain sweets in Winchester. following units Salem United Methodist Parker, Hughesville, Md.; member of the Charles Town Washington and Lincoln's the town; and approved Church of Keedysville. and Gerald Albert Parker, City Council; a member of the birthdays and columbus Day. grading of Beltline Avenue. Wiliard "Bcud" Ansel, a Statuette Awards, Awards: Troopl She is survived by her Dave, N.C.; three sisters, Charles Town Chapter 948 In addition, each employee A license for the establish- Hampshirenative of County,Springfieldwill be thein servicerepresentingwere presnted Utstandingto bYMethodistCedar Men,Grc husband, FredG. EUis, atthe Mrs. Daisy Garner and Mrs. Loyal Order of Moose; andhe was granted one day a ysar as rnentofahairstylistlmsiness guest speaker for the luncheon Ray Ward of Winchester; ROy sponsored by home; three daughters, Mrs. Anne Chaney, both of has attended many of the top a personal "birthday"~ Fairfax Boulevard was approved; an application to meeting of the Jefferson Young, Martinsburg; Bill Methodist Chur~ Ld)riL. Morrow, H agerstown, Forrestville, Md.; safety and fire fighting bolion~e subject of siek leave' start anew business on 2rid County retired school ent-Campbell, Winchester; and sponsored by ~--r-.~, Md.; Patricia M. Ellis and Elizabeth Hawkins, Miami, schools in West Virginia, ployees association to be held I~ondar Hansberger, Mt.UnitedMethodist~spirit Ann E. E~, both at the Florida; a brother, WaIbert acquiring advanced training employees will be allowed 12 Avenue was rejected. home; two sons, Daniel G Parker, California; 10 in first aid and Rre fighting working days of sick leave Council also heard a corn- Wednesday, May 19 at the Jackson to: Dr. Edward F. presented 5 ~ of tb Ellis, Keedysville, andRonald grandchildren and 15 great- and other emergency training, ye.arly. However, these must plaint that Dixie.Narco was Village House Restaurant in Arnett, Martinshurg: Wanda awards;Post127~ 4-H W. Ellis, Wiliiamsport, Md.; grandchildren. In addition to serving as be time off days. Employees blocking vehicular traffic on Shenandoah Junction. Knipple, Falling Waters, Pennsylvania ~ ion. V two sisters, Mrs. Ethel Frye, Services at the convenience Chief of the Independent Fire who are terminated or quR 3rd Avenue from Rachel The luncheon will get un- W.Va.; Glenn Douglas Price, Ca-p Troop ~repres Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Virginia of the family, were private, Company, Ernest is alsotheir jobs will not receive pay Barnett. Councilman Tommy dsrway at 12:30 with lunch Martinsburg; William A.bolivar Unitea~ Gross, Boonsboro; three with burial in Pleasant View serving as chief of the In- for accumulated sick leave Carson will confer with the first to be followed by the Owen, Stephens City, Va.; Church were ~~ l brothers, Louis Whittington, Memory Gardens, Mar- dependent Fire Company days. industry on. the problem, programSpeaking forandwhichbUsineSSMrs, chester;~iP E.DonaldBettendorf,L. Newcome,Win" 88YearsponsoredVeteran a~l~ ~ a type+ Hagerstown; Walter and tinslmrg, ambulance service. Junior is, ~ Harold Burr, president of the Winchester; Robert L Her- United Meth~ Russell Whittington, both of and has been for some years, a Day Queen, little Carla Nutter tsruce w, mm is County Association, will sey, Winchester; RonnieTroop 50 s~ Shepherdstown; and five MR&AMELIAPI~N meniher of the Charles Town by Past State Commander of preside. Zerkel, Mt. Jackson; Ann AmissvilieRuri~'~rv" grandchildren. Services were conductedLions Club. the VFW Richard M. Dawson. Persons planning to attend Corwin, Front Royal; and 19 sponsored bY~dRN~ Wednesday afternoon from Mr. Houser has beenMonica Mahoney, last year's Named Top History must make reservation by Allen Stanley, Shenandoah. Elementary.Sc Walla MRS. MARY LANHAM the Enders Funeral Home, signallyhenoredanumborof Loyalty Day Queen also ~iala~ Services were conducted Berryville, Va for Mrs. times, presented flowers and gifts to Student Indiana U eitherM ndaY': Mrs.May Barrl0 bYorCallingMrs. CubJulieScoutingTr Xd'andChairmanc.R. Davis,f r Trooppresented65 15s " last Saturday at the Melvin T. Amelia Kirschbock Pierson, In 1953 Mr. Houser was little Miss Nutter and Emma Watson at 725-9136. Scout Training ChairmanSperryvilie Met~ Strider Colonial Funeral 82, of Bluemont, Va who died married to the former Gladys following the closing prayer Bruce W. Neal has been Mr. Ansel attended Runmey and Ray Ward, Council Troop 21 ~" " " for Mrs. Mary Sunday. TheRev. RichardE. Barrington, who is a by tho Reverend Mr. Neal, the chosen as the outstanding public schools and was Commissioner of the UnitedMe'at xlist efor Josephine Lanham, 50, of 501 Neal officiated, burial was in registered nurse. They reside gathering sang "America the student in history at Indiana. graduated from Romney High Shenandoah Area Councilpresented 20 ~C North Marshall Street, Green Hill Cemetery,at 727 Morison Street, Charles Beautiful." University Southeast by the School in 1940. He then first p r e s e n t e d t r a i n i n g Troop 13 s~ arniv Ranson, whodied Wednesday Berryvilie. Town. faculty members of the went to Potomac State College recognitions to the following; Ommbe~TM~r~, April 28, in JeffersonMrs. Pierson was born Dec. State Police Division opf Social Sciences. in Keyser before transferring Arrowhead Honor- Linda Calvary United~ Y, Memorial Hospital. The Rev. 13, 1899 in New York, N.Y LOYALTY He was honored at the to Ohio University. ARer an Brown, Stanley;Com- Church, TroopS~aJPzn. g Death - WUliam Ramkey officiated, daughter of Frank and FROMPAGEI Academic Honors Day interruption of his co"ege missioner's Trained StrnsburgRoa~, ~,r,~, E+ ~,+ Probin ceremony held in March. The career by World War H Mr. Neckerchief - Garland presented ~, ye~r~u~ Cemetery. was a member of St. Thomas Flags: one to Mrs. E. Aliara, graduation ceremonies of Ansel enrolled at West Bradfield, Woodstock andBob H~, r~l~ f( Mrs. Lanham was horn Latheran Church in Charles in memory of her deceased October 28, 1931, in Charles Town. She was married to mother Mrs. Merle (Amy) local Youth, 1 4atIndianaNew AlbanyUniVersityare plannedSoutheastfor dischargeVirginia UniversitYfrom theUponMarinehiS ScoutersPete Ellinger,Key. JamesFr nt SwartzRoyal; presentedPresidentcopiesf r'~ ~ w~" Town, a daughter of the late Allen C. Pierson. Alger, with the flag going to Thomas Dillow Sr and Surviving a re ones on, Allen the Zion Episcopal Church; The Charles Town detach- May I0. Corps. And he was graduated and Ronald Owen.s of Win- Jubliee Edution-~j.~r Neal, a son of the Reverend with a degree in Economics chester and Ed MLarshall, Boys- Aids to ~m acti" Rebecca Dillow. C. Pierson Jr. of BO~e,One to members of Boy Scout ment of State Police isand Mrs. Richard Neal, of S. and in 1946 he was graduated Stephens City; ScoutersCouncil Sustain. grog ~Jesets wi Troop No. 142; one to Girl reported to be probing the Seminary Street, Charles from Purdue University Training Award- Ronald Eagle +~Sc~ ~orl She was associated with the Md. and two grandchildren. Scout Troop No. 450 and one to ellegedsuicide of a H-year-old Town, is a graduate of Jef- School of Life Insurance and Zerkel, Mr. Jacks~; and Den bershi~ ~ "o~'~ Charles Town Presbyterian Church. KOONTZDEATH Girl Scout Troop 412, all in l~youth, which occurred ferson High School. Marketing. Mr. Ansel was I.~aders Training Award - Williams, Jr ~ce She was preceded in death In the account of the death memory of the men and March 23. employed for some 23 years Donna Sweeny, Winchester Front Roy~l, Va~ by her husband, Marion M. of Robert Houston Konntz, Sr women of Jefferson County According to Corporal P.G. Four Pleadings with the John Hancock Mutual and Ella Myers, Falling ropr~v~oto~ Lm~ham, in 1975. of Blue Ridge Acres, who gave their lives in the Kimble, the crLminal in- Life Insurance Company,Waters. She is survived by two published last week in the service of their country in all vestigation section of the state Phil Bettendorf of Win- daughters, Mrs. Barbara Pearrell, Orchard Hills; Miss Peggy Lanham, at the home; Robert Lanham, at the home; James Lanham, Shenandoah Junction; six grandchildren, Amy Pearrell, Scott Pearrell, Trevor Lanham, Jeremy Lanham, Lindsay Lanham and James Lanham, JL, and fltree hell-sisters, Mrs. Alice Case, Philadelphia, Pa.; Mrs. Barbara Sweeney and Mrs. Beulah Holt, both of Falls Church, Va. WIILIAM C. BEARD Graveside services were conducted Tuesday morning at Greenway Cemetery, BerReley Springs, bytbo Rev. Albert Burton for William C. Board, 74, Who died last Saturday at Jeffersonian Manor, Charles Town. The deceased, born in Berkeley Springs, was a son of Harry C. and Daisy H. Board. He was employed in general accountancy with the U.S. Government, and in early years assisted in nmnagenmnt of the Park View Inn in Berkeley Springs. Of the Methodist faith, he formerly resided in Fort Richey, Florida. He is survived by his mother; one sister, Mrs. Kathryn Daugherty, Hagerstown, Md.; and a brother Harry L. Beard, Martinsburg. BROOKE SERVICES Burial sewices were hem on Sa~rday May 1st in Cheshire, Connecticut, for Hem'y St. George Tucker Brooke who was born in Charles Town in 1912. Mr. Brooke was the son of the late Professor Tucker Brooke, Professor of English at Yale and a grandson of Henry St. George Tucker Brooke, professor of Law'et the University of West Virginia. He was a cousin of the late Forrest A. Brown, prominent Charles Town attorney. Mr. Brooke is survived by a sister, Mrs. Leavitt G. Car. penter of Milton, England, two nephews and a niece. ILNIGIIT PARKER Knighton Mathews Parker, 8'/, of Charles Tawers Apart- mentS, Charles Town, died Thtwsday at Murt~ Veterans Admin tration Medical Center. Born Jammi'y 14, 1915, in Upper M rlboro, Md he was I son+of the lateand IJliian Parker. He was a retted owner and horse trainer at various race the Spirit of Jefferson, the report indicated Mr. Koontz died at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Actually, Mr. Koonts died at heme. LAURENCE FROM PAGE 1 by the clouds and air currents and has wondered what caused them to move and act in the manner in which they do. And today at the age of 78, he still wonders and marvels at what the air ~nts and clouds bring in the way of weathe to this section and the nation. A graduate of Shepherd College, Laurence really began an intense study of the weather at the age of 16 which is when he began keeping records on the weather mghUghts. An employee of the Western Union for some 40 years before he retired in 1975, Laurence really edarged on his weather data equipment and library during the 1920-30 period. It was then that ne really hegan a serious study of meterology as a chief hobby. And although Laurence does have other hobbies, observing the weather is still his main one today. Although Laurence has devoted a large part of his time over the past half cen- tary to weather ol ervation he has found the time to be a good and devoted father and husband and hashe~ a very active member of the Zion Episcopal Church in Charles Town. He as served as a member of the Church choir for about a half century, Order of and as a'past member the Church Vestry. And Laorence just loves to save as a lay minister of he church. In 1933 Laurence married the former Susan Ellen Jones of Jefferson County and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd are the parents of two children -- Latwence W. Jr of Charles Town and Mrs. Susan Ellen Aiken of Tarreytown, N.Y. They are also very proud of their five grandchlldr . ERNEST past wars. Hilda Bulmnan assisted in the presentation of the flags, by relating the meaning of ~the colors used in me Charles Town Attorney Thomas Steptoe, Jr a member of the House of Delegates from Jefferson +County, who was the principal speaker for the program, related the history of the founding of "Loyalty Day" in the United States and then declared "Loyalty Day" as actually a reflection of thanksgiving, honoring and rededication to those things which our nation stands for. "R is also a day in honor of our continuing revolution. when we think of American revolution, we often refer to the American war of In- dependence from Great Britain which took place in the 18th Century. In reality this event -- which was the beginning of the world-wide movement to loosen the chains on human freedom, was just the beginning of our revolution -- the American Revolution -- unit is handling the in. In Circuit Court vestigation. The probe was ~rigge~ There were four additional when Attorney Walter L. arraignments in Jefferson Blair, acting upon the request County Circuit Court last of the vietAm's mother, Mrs. Friday. Pearl Fields, wrote a letter to West Virginia Governor Jay Rockefeller, calling upon the governor to institute some kind of investigation. Jerry Gerhardt of Mar- t~qsburg, indicted on tlree counts of obtaining a con- trolled substance on f~ed prescriptions and one count of Rockefeller turned the letter entering without breaking, over to the Deparlment of pleaded not guilty. Judge Public Safety. Pierre Dostert set his trial for Blair questioned the way the July 29-30. youth's body was found and Gary Fisher pleaded guilty suggested that there could be to a lesser offeme and asked racial overtones to the whole for probation; Luther affair, pleaded guilty to burglary, At the time of the death of asked for probation; David the youngster, whose body Pauley, Jr indicted for was found with a telephone cord mound his neck attached to a tree, Charles Town Police Captain Max Barrow and Ranson officer Mickey Ballenger conducted an in- vestigation. Barrow said everything pointed to suicide. Meg which continues to this day. Chged o. o+ o, ar With revolution which can and does succeed because we designed+ our institutions to have the ability to change through a peacefitl process. This is +the genius of our nation and is aho our greatest contribution to the development," Steptoe declared. Harley O. Stagge,Jr of Keyser, Democratic can- dtdate for from this second congre onal district, also spoke briefly as did L.J. Baird, of Jeffersou County, a retired Navy Capt. who was at Pearl Harbor at the time of tim Japanese attack on Dec. 7, 1941. sextml assault, pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of battery and asked for probation. He was fined $200 and ordered to spend a week-end in jail. City Police In Charles Town police have investigated two tralfic ac- cidents durin the vast week, neither serious. Isabel Albright, to Houser, Jr prominent Clmrles Town civic leader who was named as the most out. standing leader in Jefferson County in 1981 and to Laurence Lloyd, another prominent Charles Town community and civic leader, for his outstanding con. climbing to the position of Associate General Agent for the state d West Vwginta. In 1970 Ansel was appointed to the West Vkginia State Board of Insurance and was instrmnental in changing the State's Casulty Insurance program to the Risk Manager Concept -a pioneer step which most other states have now adopted. In 1971 he was appointed the first Chairman of the west Virginia Public Employees Insurance Board and was responsible for the design and installation of the current Group Health In- surance vrogram for all state employees. Mr. Ansel is also a former member of the West Virginia Sportswriters Association and for 16 years he wrote an award winnin column for the Hampshire Review. The Tachers Retirement Presentations of special .against Dewning charges the tering at Hill's Gulf Station, awards were made by a anRoccurred on May 3, in North George Street; chester, Va. and Shawnee District Chairman presented the Veteran Scouter Awards .for years of service to Sc g. receiving 5 year awards were: Philip BettendorL Craig Hardmen, Kenneth Owens, Brian Shnll, Carolyn Walker; 10 year awards were: Norton C. Shull, Glenn Douglas Price, Carl E. Todd, Jr Clarke A. Dixon, Jr Jerry L. Mills; 15 year awnrdswere: John mgffer, for their and effort in program The AmericaC uncil' isB Y~ agency of the Frederick and United Fund Royal-war Way, the U" the Uni l empty, plications we received because it shows that young people are interested in learning more about their government. The stndmts will gain first-hand knowledge about how a o ice operates." a reasonable Hendricks is a senior at rehabilitation Shepherd Co~ege majorin8 in help him get or be eligible, a have a disabliity from pre-hw Hem is attending chose Mr. as Virg Vnive, ty and COM Tax their Executive Secretary e{. is studying journa m fective January I, 1975. Morgan is attending Sent To During his tenure, Greenbrier Junior H/gb remarkable progress has been School, Edel is a social work Munici made in the administration of major at WVU and Lindsey the vast system which will graduate from Mar- State cturently involves in excess of tinsburg High School this Bailey has 63,000participants both active spring and plans to attend checks andretired.Anselwilldiscum WVU in the fall. + 'fm'thefirstc Sexual Assault for the Jefferson County "This internship pro~mn is Coal for taking the right of way Chapter of the West Virginia designed to be a learning Dtstributlom after her car collided with one Association of RetiredSchool experience for the students. I to counties and A 26-year-old Ranson driven by James L. Palmer at Emldoyees the "InflatiomuT hope it will prove to be a throat We resident, Nathaniel Frederick the corner of Congress and Problems Facing the rewardingsummerforthen%" Bailey noted Downing Jr has been Church Streets. Damage was Retirement System." Benedict said. ~nount repre~ arrested by State Police and $250. Both drivers were from to be shared on, charged with third degree Harpers Ferry. Summer Interns Disabled by .' sexual assault. " In a backing accident on the unincorporatea Trooper W.D. Plantz said Bankof Charles TownNamed By Benedict Residents Are . to the retest was accomplished lot, over tWO damage oc- municipalitie shortly before midnight curred when vehicles driven . Jobs pointed out Tuesday.arralg~ before Downing Magistrate was Town by Helen andM" Andrea Bowen L ofl~wles WillL% ' Ca~gr~mmm W A S ~ ~ ~ o T o~ctN - Placed In ~, 7 Peter Dougherty and Route 1, Charles Town, announced today that five Eight disabled residents of Bailey said remanded to Jefferson County collided. There were nosocondIRsWictatudentshave the eight-county Keyser Jail in lieu of 11,000 bond to charges, been selected to participate in district the state Divb ion of await+a preliminary hearing. Police also probed an at- his Summer Interm ' Vocational Rehabilitation 1981. Plantz said the warrant tempted breaking and en- Program. were placed in jobs during qum'ter recovered a camera case and three rolls of film reported stolen by Ann McCormick, South George Street; and were called to investigate the slashing of tires on a vehicle owned by David Sowers at Charles Town Junior High School. Damage was m0. the early morning hours, near the Jeffersou Storage Com- pany on the Summit Point Road. The girl involved was sixteen years of age. On Monday of this week, State Police and She stown' police chief Lewis Carroll arrested 3l.yeer.old Manrice A. Washlng on of FROM PAGE 1 fersen Cou~ and the area. " imuR of two gkl& one 9 and A son of the late Ernest Separate stories aboul Hotmer the other 7. Wmhtngtou was and Jessie Mol Houser, and Lloyd are carriedalso charged with indecent Ernest hogan lswolved elmwhere in this newspaper, exposure and two counts of commtmtty eognty 'Ihen came the battery. volunt r activities in the of a group of the Youth of o+ Cl ged With ]heft years to the people of Jet. with two counts The Alleged incidents were said ta have occurred Sunday aRernoon m- on the Shepherd+ College football An 18-year.old Ranson youth, Timothy Rouss, has and ch ed + with grand Jefferson County Sheriff the arrest, said Roum is charged, together with a Juvenile, with the theft ot a moped. Arraigned before a m mtrate, Roum' was set at $I,000 pending a prehnin h ng. field. WarrentS were swom by the parents of the girls. Wm ou is in Jefferma County Jail in lleu of ,m0 Today and Leaders of Tomorrow, a youth organlzatlon of the VFW Auxiliary; the We enta ou of the 1961 VFW Poppy Que L m n, by Mm. F em Writt, Poppy Chairman for the VFW Auxiliary; and the mmpmv. He tmme mmingo the]mU t emqF IN0's and has contimmd to be one of the countY's most outstandlng vol since then. House" joined the Charles Town Independent Fire Company In 1953 aa a memb end is now m'v'ing u chief of the Two g dent haw been chosen to serve in I~% Washington office and one studenta has been chosen to serve in each of his thee l .slrict offices in Lewisbur Martinsburg and Morgan- to n. The Wanhington interns are Kristi Hendrtcks of Kear. neysvllle and David Hovts of Keysor. The District interns include: Angela Morgun of Ronceverte who will serve in the Lewlsburg office, Frances Edel Keym wm serve in the Morgantown office and Hancy l ndsey of wm work in the Marttmb o ke. In making the an- muncemmt, Benedict mid, "Selecting the intmm was a d flcult declslou b -.mme we bad so many e cellent didat from the Steond Dk tct. I wu very ple mi with the number of ap-' 'February, according to Di u'ict Superviser WHliam E. Jadm This brings to 61 the number' of persons from Berk . , Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, Mineral, Morgan, and Pendlet counties that the has placed in joba since the start of the fiscal year. Jacks~ said 25 new cases were referred during the mmth bringing to 173 the mm er disabled peam poma re mmt services since the mrt tim fiscal year. For the state as a rep rte m pmms w -e pt e in dm z mm g n total of rehabilitated dining the year. The Dlvlz GlUm a wlde rmge of rd ddlital/on set'- due during that went into another went In CountY went to ;MI.67 to m4 67 to the and In ta~s were County tl burg, vices that disabled ttlO. wmt West Virginia for, and +Paw Paw. I# +I III