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2 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE - Thursday, July 13, 2000 In Memoriam RICHARD W. MILLER, II Richard W. "Bill" Miller II, 62 , Professor of Geography at Carthage College, died Monday, June 5, at his home in Racine, Wisc following an 18-month battle with lung cancer. Born November 2, 1937 in Bellefontaine, Ohio, his family moved to Indianapolis where he spent his childhood .and youth. He was graduated from Warren Cen- tral High School in 1955. On De- cember 28, 1958, he married Mar- garet Skinner at Asbury Methodist Church in Charles Town. In 1959, he received a B.S. de- gree at Indiana State University and in 1966 an M.S. degree for the University of Wisconsin-Milwau- kee'. His life's work was teaching. From 1959-1965, he taught geog- raphy and history at Lincoln Jun- ior High School in Kenosha, Wisc. Joining the faculty of Carthage College, Kenosha, Wisc in 1965, he founded and built its geography . program into one of the outstand- ing small college geography de- partments in the country. He was a recipient of the Carthage Distin- guished Teacher Award and the Sears Roebuck Award for Out- standing Teaching and Campus Leadership. In 1999, the trustees of Carthage conferred upon him the Carthage Flame, the highest honor the college bestows. He was a member of the Asso- ciation of American Geographers (AAG), for which he served as chair of the West Lakes Division. In 1999, the AAG awarded him a com- mendation for distinguished ser- vice to the profession. He was vice president and West Lakes Re- gional Counselor for Gamma Theta Upsilon, the international geography honor fraternity. In addition to his teaching, he was a consultant to several corpo- rations; the City of Kenosha; the County of Kenosha; the State of Wisconsin; the County of Lake, Ill and the City of Zion, Ill. He had served the community as Presi- dent of Wisconsin Children's Ser- vice Society and Secretary of the Kenosha County Board of Zoning Adjustments and Appeals. He was a member of the Kenosha Plymouth Congrega- tional Church. He is survived by his wife, Mar- garet; his sons, Richard W III, Milwaukee, and Paul, Kenosha, and Mark, New York City; ,a daughter, Anna, Evanston, Ill.; mother, Rachel Orpha Miller, "In- dianapolis, Ind.; sister, State Sena- tor Patricia Miller, Indianapolis; and two grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father, Richard "Dick" W. Miller, I. Funeral services were held at Siebert Chapel on the Carthage College campus on Saturday, June 10. Interment followed at Sunset, Ridge Memorial Park in Kenosha. The family would appreciate me- morials to the Bill Miller Scholar- ship Fund, Carthage College, Kenosha, WI 53140. ' DOROTHY M. CARPER Dorothy "Dottle" Mae )Chrper, 71, of Charles Town, died Friday, July 7, at Jefferson Memorial Hos- pital. Born June 10, 1929, in Summit Point, she was the daughter of the late Harry T. and Elsie M. Dixon Carper. She was a Methodist. She is survived by two sisters, Betty V. Lake, Hagerstown, Md and Barbara A. Jones, Cashtown, Pa.; very close friends, Ruby Web- ster Stine and husband, Clyde; three nieces; and two nephews. She was preceded in death by a nephew. Services were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home. Rev. John Alfriend officiated. Burial was in Pleasant View Memory Gardens, Martins- burg. BARBARA K. DAWSON Barbara Kay Dawson, 52, of Charles Town, died Tuesday, July 4, at City Hospital, Martinsburg. Born September 8, 1947, in Martinsburg, she was the daugh- ter of the late George Hunter and Gladys McBee Dearing. She was a school bus driver for the Jefferson County School Board. She is survived by her husband, Eugene M. Dawson; a daughter, Tabetha Dawson, at home; a son, Eric Eugene Dawson, Bakerton; and four grandchildren. Services were held last Friday at 1 p.m. at Brown Funeral Home in Martinsburg. The Rev. John Frattarola officiated. Burial was in Pleasant View Memory Gardens. Memorial donations may be made to Dorothy McCormick Can- cer Center, Tri-State Oncology, 200 Foundation Way, Suite 1100, Mar- tinsburg, WV 25401. CHRISTINE M. DAY Christine Michelle Day, 23, of Aiken, S.C died Sunday, July 9, at Lake Oconee, Ga. Born June 4, 1977, in Charles Town, she was the daughter of James F. and Brenda Lawson Day, of Aiken. She attended Charles Town Junior High School and Aiken High School in South Carolina. In addition to her parents, she is survived by a son, Calvin Nathaniel Day, at home; a brother, Pfc. James F. Day, Jr stationed with the military in Iwakuni, Ja- pan; paternal grandparents, John C. and Shirley Day, Shepherdstown; and maternal grandparents, Nat and Colleen Lawson, Ranson, and Geraldine and Vic Feliciano, Gerrardstown. Services will be Friday at 11 a.m. at the Brown Funeral Home in Martinsburg. Rev. Michael D. Withem will officiate and burial will be in Pleasant View Memory Gardens, Martinsburg. The family will receive friends tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock at the funeral home. PAXTON G. SNYDER Paxton Gregg Snyder, 62, of Harpers Ferry, died Monday, July 10, at his home. Born January 31, 1938, in Ber- keley County, he was the son of the late Harry Paxton and Treva LeMaster Wroe Snyder. He was a 1956 graduate of Shepherdstown High School and a 1963 graduate of Shepherd Col- lege. He retired in 1988 from the West Virginia Department of Hu- man Services in Quality Control Review. He served in the 351st U.S. Army Reserve. He was a member of the Ameri- can Legion in Sharpsburg, Md. Survivors include his wife, Vivian Park Snyder; one son, Timo- thy G. Snyder, Middleway; two sis- ters, Melinda Winstead, Somerset, N.J and Suellyn Small, Martinsburg; three brothers, Will- iam J. Snyder, Shepherdstown, Harry R. Snyder, Orlando, Fla and Robert M. Snyder, Martinsburg; one grandson; and nieces and nephews. Services will be held today at 11 a.m. at Brown Funeral Home, Martinsburg. Rev. Randall Tremba will officiate and burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery, Shepherdstown. Memorial donations may be made to Friendship Fire Company, P.O. Box 126, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425, or to Shepherdstown Fire Department, P.O. Box F, Shepherdstewn, WV 25443. SARAH L. HUFF Sarah Leone Huff, 90, of Jefferson Village, died Tuesday, July 11, at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Born February 19, 1910, in Clarke County, Va she was the daughter of the late Benjamin Hebber and Ella May HuffAshby. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank Howard Huff. She was a homemaker and had previously owned and ope :ated the Mecca Restaurant in Berryville, Va. She was of the Baptist faith. Surviving are one son, Thomas E. Owens, Jefferson Village; four stepdaughters, Kathleen Lovelace, Charles Town, Louise Fuller, Williamsburg, Va Helen Cooksey, Hillsboro, Va and Donna Lou McDonald, Berryville; three step- sons, Frank H. Huff, Jr Melbourne, Fla Charles R. Huff, Berryville, and David A. Huff, Win- chester, Va.; one sister, Edith Shumaker, Hagerstown, Md.; a brother, James H. Ashby, Berryville; four grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a son, Ashby W. Owens; three sisters, Molly Virginia Ashby, Margaret Diffenderfer and Catherine Linaburg; and a brother, Amos W. Ashby. Memorial "graveside services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. in ESTHER D. HEHLE Esther Dailey Hehle, 83, of Charles Town, died Wednesday, July 5, at Jefferson Memorial Hos- pital. Born July 14, 1916, in Berkeley County, she was the daughter of the late Robert C. and Estella G. Nesmith Butler. She was preceded in death by her first husband, James Hersel Dailey, in 1958; and by her second husband, Jacob Morris "Sam" Hehle, in 1976. She retired from Stuck and Al- ger Pharmacy in Charles Town. She was a member of Asbury United Methodist Church in Charles Town, Friendly Class and the Women's Society. She was a member of Order of the Eastern Star 128; AARP 799; a volunteer for Jefferson County Meals on Wheels, and Jefferson County Red Cross Bloodmobile. She is survived by four sons, James Stephen Dailey, Shreveport, La Roger H. Dailey, Summit Point, Robert A. Dailey, Morgan- town, and Mark Douglas Dailey, Pennsville, N.J.; two sisters, Velma Ott, Harpers Ferry, and Naomi Henry, Summit Point; 10 grandchildren; four great-grand- children; nieces; nephews; and great-nieces and great-nephews. She was preceded in death by three sisters, Murl Clark, Louise Clopper and Elsie Shriver; and three brothers, Thurman H. But- ler, Robert Glenn Butler and Donald Calvin Butler. Services were held last Satur- day at 11 a.m. at Asbury United Methodist Church. The Rev. Dee- Ann Dixon and Richard Simmons officiated. Burial was in Edge Hill Cemetery. Melvin T. Strider Colonial Fu- neral Home was in charge of ar- rangements. Memorial donations may be made to Old Opera House Theatre Co 204 N. George St Charles Town, WV 25414; or to a church of one's choice. UnllmdWay A CARD OF THANKS ESTHER D. HEHLE Perhaps you sang a lovely song, Or sat quietly in a chair; Perhaps you sent beautiful flowers If so, we saw them there. Perhaps you sent or spoke kind words As any friend could say; Perhaps you were not there at all -- Just thought of us that day Perhaps you prepared some tasty food Or maybe furnished a car; Perhaps you rendered a service unseen Near at hand or from afar. Whatever you did to console the heart We thank you so much -- Whatever the part. D. Hehle Used Vehicle Dealerships Auto Parts Distributors Potomac Highlands Support Services (PHSS) will conduct a meeting to provide information concerning used vehicle acquisition for the WV Wheels to Work Program. WV Wheels to Work is funded by the WV Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) to provide leased vehicles to Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) participants. Services will be provided to eligible TANF recipients residing in the fif- teen counties of: Barbour, Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, Lewis, Mineral, Morgan, Pendleton, Preston, Randolph, Taylor, Tucker, and Upshur. Over the next twelve months PHSS will purchase approxi- mately 200 used vehicles for the Wheels Program. In addition, PHSS will contract with area parts distributors for vehicle replacement parts. Other services that may be contracted are vehicle repairs and towing. Two meetings will be conducted: one meeting will be held at the Romney American Legion in Romney, WV on July 18, 2000 at 7:00 p.m.; the second meeting will be held in the Withers-Brandon Hall at Alderson Broaddus College in Philippi, MMV on July 24, 2000 at 7:00 p.m. Anyone interested in providing vehicles or other services is encouraged to attend one of the meetings. For additional Informa- tion, contact Don Thome at (304) 257.1221. PHSS is an Equal Opportunity Employer Continued from Page One blood. During blood feeding the vi- rus is then injected into the hu- man, where it multiplies and may cause illness. There is no evidence, however, that a person can get the virus from handling live or dead infected birds, but bare-handed contact when handling dead birds should be avoided. Infected mos- quitoes are the primary course for West Nile Virus and caused the re- cent outbreak in the New York City metropolitan area. Ticks, infected with West Nile Virus, have also been found in Asia and Africa. There are precautions that can be taken, Hecker continued, and they include, but are not limited to the following: (A) Eliminate pools of stagnant water where mosqui- toes can breed. Likely spots are abandoned buildings and cellars. Field depressions and marshy land are also excellent breeding places. (B) Be alert for dead birds and re- port an unusual number to the Health Department. (C) Wear long-sleeved shirts and pants when outdoors. (D) Apply an insect repellent to exposed skin. An effec- tive repellent will contain 20%- 35% DEET (N, N-diethyl-meta- toluamide). Higher concentrations of DEET can cause harmful side effects. Also spray clothing with DEET. (E) Stay away from likely mosquito breeding areas. The symptoms of West Nile Vi- rus are generally mild and include fever, headache, body aches, skin rashes and swollen glands. Severe headaches, high fever, neck stiff- ness, stupor ors, convulsions paralysis, and mark more severe "I gave the publishing of stated Chairman cluded that our board | the interests of our takes a proactive must repeat that the this article is should not cause Jefferson Officer, Earl D. Allara, the remarks of the need to raise need for mosquito tect ourselves from he stated. Shenandoah Memorial Park Cem- etery, Route 522 south, Winchester, Va. Rev. Jack Weise will officiate. The family will receive friends at the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home today from 7 to 9 p.m. Memorial donations may be made .'to'Zion Episcopal Church Memorial Fund, 221 East Wash- ington Street, Charles Town, WV 25414. ROBERT A. ALLEN Robert Arthur Allen, 85, of Harpers Ferry, died Monday, July 10, at his home. Born October 4, 1914, in Rippon, he was the son of the late Edward E. and Florence V. Long Allen. He was preceded in death by his wife, Lucy P. Foley Allen, in 1979. He retired in 1978 from Martin- Marietta in Martinsburg after 37 years as a well driller. He owned and operated Allen's Wonderland in Harpers Ferry. A veteran of World War II, he served in the U.S. Army as a sharp- shooter. He was of the Episcopal faith. He was a member of Jefferson County Chapter of the Izaak Walton League in Leetown, Jack- son-Perks Post American Legion Post 71 and Farmham Hunt Club of Virginia. He is survived by a daughter, Jane Allen Rutherford, Harpers Ferry; two grandchildren; and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by a sister, Jane T. Harris; and three brothers, Lewis Allen, Edward Allen, Jr and William Allen. An informal graveside service will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. at Mr. Allen's residence, Allen's Won- derland, Bakerton Road, Harpers Ferry. Rev. John Alfriend will offici- ate. The family will receive friends Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home. 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