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8 I SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JUNE I, 1978 DEATHS--- WILLIAM L. KRONK ! Funeral services were held Saturday morning at 11 o'clock from the Eackles Funeral Chapel in Harpers Ferry by the Rev. Arnold Hoffman, for William Lewis Kronk, of Har- pers Ferry, who died Thurscfay afternoon, May 25, at the Baker V.A. Center in MarfiLsburg, following a short illness. In- terment was made in the Ebenezer Cemetery, Loudoun Heights, Va. He was born May 6, 1919, in Harpers Ferry, a son of the late Raymond Earl and Maybelle Edwards Kronk. He was a World War II veteran of the United States Army, having served in Germany; he was a sanitation worker for the town of Harpers Ferry. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Constance Grove, Brunswick, Md.; one niece, Mrs. Doris Wilt, Bolivar; one nephew, Howard Grove, Cumberland, Md. He was preceded in death by his father on April 17 of this year. MRS. LINNIE L. LLOYD Funeral services were held Wednesday, May 24, at the John H. Enders Funeral Home in Berryville, Va., for Mrs. Linnie Lloy(i of Royce, Va., who died May 22 in Winchester Memorial Hospital. Burial was made in Green Hill Cemetery in Borryville, with the bearers being George Melton, Robert Penwell, Amos Holler, Thomas Carper, Lester Dillow and Walter Cogle. The Rev. John Copenhaver and the Rev. Jerry Campbell officiated for the services. The deceased was born January 20, 1889. She was the widow of the Rev. C. W. Lloyd, who was pastor of Shenandale Charge for 28 years and lived in the parsonage at Chestnut Hill in Jefferson County. OLIVER LEWIS MCDONALD Funeral services were held Friday at 2p.m. from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ranson, for Oliver Lewis McDorld of bolivar, who died May 23, in Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Charles Town. Burial was made in the Lutheran Cemetery in Bolivar. He was born at Engle on May 30. 1924, a son of the late Charles William and Lucille Donivan McDonald. Surviving are two sons, Steve McDonald and Wayne Mc- Donald, beth of Martinsburg; four sisters. Mrs. Audrey Wilt, Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Frances Anderson, Fairfax. Va.; Mrs. Clara Dodson and Mrs. Margaret Moerrnan. both of Waldorf, Md.; six brothers, Marshall McDonald and Dewey McDonald, both of Halltown; Charles McDonald and George McDonald, both of Harpers Ferry; Raymond McDonald, Sykesville. Md.; and Herbert McDonald, Glendale, Md. LEWIS LEE REEK Rites for Lewis Lee Reek, 79, of Bolivar, who died Saturday, May 27, in Jefferson Memorial Hospital following a lengthy illness, were held Monday, May 29, at 2 p.m., from the Eackles Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Dr Raymond Roderick of- ficiating. Interment was in Harper Cemetery at Harpers Ferry. Pallbearers were from the Logal Lodge Number 25. A.F and A.M. FUNERALS Born October 15, 1898, he was the son of Lewis Henry Reek and Mary Elizabeth Shreck. Mr. Reek was a retired kiln operator at the Millville Plant of Martin Marietta. He was a member of Legal Lodge 25, A.F. and A.M. in Harpers Ferry and Virginia Lodge I, I.O.O.F., Harpers Ferry. His only immediate survivor is his wife, Nellie Marie Edwards Reek, at the home in Bolivar. MARK B. WANSTALL Rites for Mark Brooker Wanstall, 74, of Reedson, W. "Ca., who died on Tuesday, May 23, in City Hospital, Martinsburg, following a short illness, were held from the Eackles Funeral Chapel on Friday, May 26, at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Mary Ellen Huzzard, assisted by the Rev. Dr. Raymond Roderick. In- terment, was in Rosedale Cemetery, Martinsburg. Born July 21, 1903, he was the son of John .Wanstall and Blanche Braddon. Mr. Wanstall was retired from Four Area Residents Hood College Graduates Four area residents have graduated from Hood College. Ronald W. Painter, son of Mrs. Agnes L. Painter of Shepherd- stown, received a bachelor of arts degree in French. A member of Pi Delta Phi French Honor Society, Mr. Painter spent his junior year abroad at Strasbourg, France and worked as a translator for the Wye In- stitute in Maryland. He is a graduate of Jefferson High Scheol. Patricia Zigier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ward L. Zigler, of Charles Town, earned a bachelor of arts degree in special education. Sheis also a graduate of Jefferson High School. Receiving a bachelor of arts degree in history was Letitia D. .Allen, daughter of Col. and Mrs. John J. Allen of Charles Town. A Dean's List student, Ms. Allen has begun work on a Master of Arts in Applied History-Museum studies at the University of South Carolina. She received a graduate assistantship from the the Martin-Marietta Plant at Southern Studies Program Martinsburg and had operated a where she serves as archivist for grocery at Reedson Crossing for the Malcolm Franklin the past six years. His only immediate survivor m his wife, Dorothy Mac Rutherford Wanstall, of Reedson. ELIZABETH DAVENPORT Word has been received here of the death of Elizabeth Davenport in Washington, D,C., on April 20. She was a nativ e and resident of this community until her graduation from West Virginia University, when she accepted employment as a statistician with the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Washington. She was one of the first in a group of women .trained in 1943 at Smith College for wartime service in the U.S. Navy and was returned to Washington for assignment to the Bureau of Ordnance. General acceptance of the valuable contribution offered by the WAVES followed activation of that fl'st classhe'elzed'o her duty in the Navy at the end of the war. holding the rank of Lt. Commander, and returned to her position at the Department of Agriculture. She is survived by three sisters and a brother, Frances Davenport, Hartford, Conn.: Isabel Hann, Oak Ridge, Tenn.; Winifred Owens, Bethesda, Md.; and John S. Davenport, Reston, Va. FUneral services and in- terment took place in Washington. KIP R. ROPER Graveside services for Kip Reginald Roper, son of Reginald LeRoy ROper and Guinevere Bradford, who died Sunday, May 28, in Jefferson Memorial Hospital were held Wednesday, May 31. at 10 a.m. at Fairview Cemetery with the Rev. Albert Moser officiating. He was born in Martinsburg on April 29, 1977. In addition to his parents, who reside at 301 S. Charles St., in Charles Town, survivors include one sister, Asunta Roper, at the home: maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bradford, Charles Town', and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Carter, Kear- neysville. [ Colleges and is a member of Pi Delta Phi Honor Society. She spent her junior year abroad in Strasbourg, France, and in- terned her senior year in the Deputy Attorney General's office in Washington, D.C. Congresswoman Barbara A. Milkulski (D-Md.) of Baltimore addressed the largest graduating class in the history of the college. More than 280 under graduate and 60 graduate students were awarded degrees at the outdoor ceremony. Rep. Mikulski, who was a social worker before she entered politics, is known as the champion of working class Americans. She was elected to Congress in 1976 following a term on the Baltimore City Council. The Congresswoman was one of three women who received honorary degrees from the in- dependent liberal arts college for women. Also honored were Dr. Estelle Ramey, professor of physiology at the Georgetown University School of Medicine, Several Are Injured, Loss Of $2,200 In Two Crashes State Police here investigated, auto operated by David two accidents on Saturday, one I Michael Kihg, 23, of ChanUlly, of which resulted in injuries to Va., and a 1977 auto driven by the three people involved. Larry Thomas Steele, 27, of This accident occurred at 3:15 Riverdale, Md. Authorities said that the Steele auto was unable to get back into the proper lane of traffic after coming through a one-lane stretch of the highway and struck the King vehicle. Three passengers in the two vehicles sustained bruises and abraisons in the crash, Elizabeth Steele, 25, Richard Hanks, 23,. and Timothy King, 22, all of Reston, Va. GED Tests Slated Jura and 3rd The next GED testing will be on Thursday, June 1, and Saturday, June 3,A at the Jef- ferson County Board of Education Office. On Thursday, the tests will begin at 6 p.m. and on Saturday at B a.m To secure an ap- plication and more information contact Donald K. Mickey, Jefferson County Schools, 106 West North Street, Charles Town, West Virginia 25414, 725- 9741. Photograph Collection. Petrina M. E. Verderamo, daughter of Mr. Michael Ver- deramo of Charles Town, was graduated magna cure laude with a bachelor of arts degree in French and political science. A Dean's List student and Hood Scholar, Ms. Verderamo was named to Who's Who in American Universities and and Jean Stapleton, television and stage acress who is co- owner of a summer theater in Pennsylvania. Hood, located close to both Baltimore and Washington, has an enrollment of more than 1100 undergraduates and offers majors in 27 areas of study, with an emphasis on practical career preparation. The college also operates a coed graduate school offering masters' degrees in 13 areas of concentration. _ - _ _ _ i _ _ _ _- SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-2240 _- - _ - - - _- _ _ _ Our community was saddened on Thursday morning, May 18, by the sudden death of Mrs. Mary Longerbeam. She was a Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smoot and son of Parkview Trailer Court and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Staubs of Charles Town wer dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. Aldridge Staubs of Jefferson Avenue and Mrs. Melody Fritts of Harpers Ferry were visitors Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Lay Leader at the Silver Grove Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman U.M. Church and a member of and granddaughter Amy were the Radio Ministry "The Har- visitors Tuesday with Mr. and mony Notes", chaplain of the Blue Ridge Mt. Ladies Auxiliary. She leaves a husband. two daughters, two sons. five sisters and one brother, all of the community. She will be greatly missed by all. She was this correspondent's aunt. Everyone loved her very much, but the Lord has a better home for her. Patty Staubs celebrated her 14th birthday on Wednesday with party given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Staubs. Those present were Christine and Kelly Buzzard, Jennifer Cogle, Brian Whitehair, Tracey Cole, Ann Marie Staubs. Teresa Kidwiler, Janet Staubs, Kenney Waters and Greg Staubs. A birthday cake was baked and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam anh daughter of Fox Glen Mr. Edgar Everhart and Wanda and Angle, and Mr. Gary Harriss were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Susan and Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters and sons of Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Lee Waters and son Gary of Dargan, Md.: Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cogle and Susan and Donald, enjoyed a picnic outing on Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Everhart and Wanda and Amy. Gov't Wool Support Jumps Nearly 400%" Sheep growers will receive about $25 million in federal in- centive payments on their 1977 marketings of shorn wool, ac- cording to Ray Fitzgerald, administrator of the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation ServiCe ASCS. .This compares with $7 million in payments made for 1976 marketings. Payments for 1977 marketings will be higher than 1976 because the support price for shorn wool was increased from 72 to 99 cents )er pound by the Food and Agriculture Act of 1977. The support level had been 72 cents a pound since 1970. The 1977 national average market price for shorn wool was 72.0 cents a pound, 27.0 cents under the support price. Therefore, the payment rate for 1977 marketings of shorn wool the amount required to bring the average price up to the incentive price -- will be 37.5 percent, compared to 9.6 percent in 1976. At the 72 cents a pound support price, there would have been no payments on 1977 marketings of shorn wool. The wool program is intended to encourage a grower to im- prove the quality of wool with a grower's incentive payment determined by multiplying the payment rate times the net dollar return received from sale of the wool. Mr. Fitzgerald also announced the payment rate will be $1.06 per hundredweight on unshorn lambs sold or slaughtered in 1977. This payment is to com- pensate growers for wool on live lambs they market. The payment is based on the shorn wool payment rate, the average weight of wool per hun- dredweight of lambs, and the price of lamb's wool per hun- dredweight of lambs, and the price of lamb's wool relative to the national average price for shorn wool. Deductions of 1!/2 cents a pound from 1977 shorn wool payments and 7% cents per hundred pounds of liveweight from 1977 lamb payments will be made to finance advertising, sales promotion' and related market development activities. These deductions, provided for in the National Wool Act of 1954, were approved by an 85.5 per- cent vote by sheepmen in a 1974 referendum. ASCS will soon begin making payments to growers through its county offices. -- _ _- - - HOSPITAL NOTES - _ - _-  _ ' _ _ Medical and Surgical patients a.m. on State Secondary 32 about 1.8 miles east of U.S, Route 340 and involved a 1969-model truck operated by Roy S. Dewitt, 23 of Millville. Authorities said the Dewitt vehicle went out of control while headed west, went off the roadway, hitting a tree and a fence. Dewitt and two passengers, Steven E. Rickerd, 18, and Harry Hetzel, 17, both of Millville, had to be taken to Jefferson Memorial Hospital by Independent Fire Company Ambulance for {reatment of lacerations and abrasions. The fence, owned by Robert R. Smith, Ill, sustained over $400 damage while the truck damage was set at approximately $1,500. No charges have yet been placed. The second mishap involved two vehicles at a construction site on State Route 9 about 12:25 p.m. Saturday. Invofved were a 1975-medel served along with popsicles, chips, and Kool Aid. Patty received nice gifts including money. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Smith and family of Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family, enjoyed a picnic outing on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart and sons of Dargan, Md.. were visitors on Sunday with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mrs. Hilda Piper was a visitor on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fritts of Rt. 340. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cogle and family were visitors over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mrs. Doris Stewart and friends of Fox Glen were visitors Friday with Mrs. Thelma Cogie. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle Mr. and Mrs. Rob Long of Ranson; Mr. and Mrs. Junior Howell and family of Gainesville, Va.; Mrs. Sharon Oft and daughters of Mannings; Mrs. Dorothy Grove and sons, md Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grove and son were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove. Mrs. Kay Hendricks of Blue Ridge Acres; Mrs. Beatrice Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Dadny Everhart and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and daughter were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Staubs of Martinsburg, were visitors Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Dearl Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Longerbeam and daughter of Fox Glen were visitors Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman and granddaughter Amy. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman, Jr., and family of Ranson were dinner guests Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Chapman. Mrs. Thelma Cogle and Mrs. Ludlle Waters and son were gues Tuesday with Mrs, Doris Stewart and family of Fox Glen. Mrs. Juanita daughter, Mr. Earl Cogle and children were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle and Mr. and Mrs Raymond Waters and son. Mr. and Mrs. Harold staubs and Pat and Greg, and Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and Christine and Kelly, motored to the Martinsburg Airport on Sunday. Anniversary Of Nutrition Site June 7 Buzzard and admitted to the Jefferson Memorial Hospital May 22 through May 28 included: Ralph Clem, Charles Town. Paul Hough, Charles Town. Nannie Cartlett. Cresaptown, Md. Zillah Beachley, Knoxville, Md. Elizabeth Myers, Charles town. Evalyn Brown, Charles Town. Joann Rutherford, Harpers 'erry Kevin King, Charles Town. Douglas Dick, Shepherdstown. The Nutrition Program for Older Americans, located at John's Restaurant, second floor. will be celebrating its first an- niversary on June 7th. The Nutrition Program is an outgrowth of Federal legislation enacted in 1973. Persons age 60 or over and their spouses are eligible for hot meals and other services offered at this sale. During the past year, the Jefferson County site has served approximately 5.000 mealswith about 500 additional meals as home delivery. The site at John's Restaurant will be celebrating its first an- niversary with all eligible persons invited to attend this special event. All members of the com- munity are invited to attend and give your support and friendship to this wonderful senior citizens' group. The group will begin a! 10:30 a.m. with a social hour and special guests will entertain. Luncheon will begin promptly at 12 noon. Since this promises to be a very special day, it is recom- mended that you ca!l 725-9500 between 9 a.m and 2 p.m. to make reservations. Remember Wednesday, June 7, at I0:30 a.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. Groundbreaking Ceremony For New Groundbreaking ceremonies were held this past Sunday on the Pike, about one-half mile west of State Route 9, for the new Church, of Ranson. Shown above, left .to right, at the services Withem, pastor, and Bobby Gray, Bob O'Haver, Glenn Boyd and man, trustees. The new church, when finished, will seat about 200 in t contain space for choir and organ and piano. Actual construction 80-foot facility will begin some time next month with com church scheduled within six months. Located on a three-acre site, the new church will have a full Sunday School classes will be held and will be heated by oil-fired hot Blanche Eilertson, Charles Town. Ray Frye, Millville. Mayme Berry, Charles Town. Charles Engle, Harpers Ferry. Wanda Barnhouse, Gapland, Md. Mildred Welch, Kearneysville. Raymond Howell, Harpers Ferry. Elizabeth Wright, Harpers Ferry. Carla Barnhouse, Knoxville. Md. Gene Ho, Charles Town. James Hecker, Harpers Ferry. Howard Hoff, Charles Town. John Armstrong, Charles Town. Gloria Witt, Charles Town. Hazel Nelson, Shepherdstown. Emily McCormick, Charles Town. Bertie Frye, Brunswick. Md. Olffe Rosenberry, Harpers Ferry. Nancy Faircloth. Kear- neysville. David Fox, Charles Town. Tony Willingham, Shenandoah Junction. John Rissler, Charles Town. Shirley Ferrell, Shenandoah Junction. Mary Zombro, Charles Town. Barbara Reeley, Kear- neysville. Leona Walker, Kearneysville, Wanda Lydon, Ransom Robert Casteel, Harpers Ferry. Deborah Donaldson. Shepherdstown. Douglas Higgs, Charles Town. Dwayne Field. Martinsburg. Louise Weister, Shenandoah Junction. Christopher Bennett, Ranson. Ruth Edwards. Baltimore, Md. Pauline Mercer. Charles Town. Kristie Mills, Charles Town. Roy Dewitt, Millville. Eric Hetzell. Millville. Steve Riekard, Millville. Emory Springer, Charles Town. Law Enforcement Meet To Talk Coc Members of various local law enforcement agencies have met in what may be the first con- solidated effort to increase the coordination between local law enforcement agencies. The purpose of the meeting was to bring together all agencies which serve the local citizens in law enforcement functions. The group is open to all members of the courts, police, corrections and related The first Towne House seven Corp. P. G. as the H. W. Wilt as Magistrate as secretarY. membership, on a monthly Auditor's Office Returns County Delinquent Fu State Auditor Glen B. Gainer, Delinquen! Jr., announced today that his capacity, office has distributed $229,194.53 real estate to the various County Sheriff's which represents the delinquent real property taxes that the Land Department of his office collected during fiscal year 1977. No funds were returned to Jefferson County. The State Auditor is the State's Commissioner of Forfeited and State at for bulk of the that the distributed to treasury prescribed by Linda Peer, Harpers Ferry. Fannie Arlene Brown, Charles Town. William Eden, Greenbelt. Md. Donald Leslie. Kearneysville. Mr. and Mrs. FerrY, I Helen Curry, Summit Point. Ada Stewart, Charles Town. May ', Mr. Herley Fike, Ranson. Richard Clifford, Harpers Ferry. 25. Mr. and ] ,/Laura Hercha, Kearneysville. Howard Philyaw, Harpers Summit Ferry. 26. KableCompany Scholarship Presented to Stacey Reid Stacey Reid, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reid, Charles Town, is shown being presented the Kable Oil Company Social Studies Award, at the Jefferson High awards assembly for out- standing academic performance, by Charles F. Printz, president of Kable Oil Co., Inc. West Virginia Turn Expanded To Four.Lane Progress is being made ditional lanes for traffic Turnpike (Interstate 77) and Princeton, and the Steel's American Bridge 1,500-foot long companion Bluestone River at PrincetOn. bridge will carry Motorists using the Turnpike heavy construction mile stretch of roadway as are added to the the way as now req interstate highways.. stell framework began pected to be completed