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SPIRIrr OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1978 OBITUARIES ROBERT L. BILLMYER, SR. Funeral services were con- ducted Monday afternoon from the Brown Funeral Home in Martinsburg for Robert Lee Billmyer, St., of Shepherdstown, who died last Friday in King's Daughters Hospital in Mar- tinsburg. The Rev. Randy Tremba officiated, interment was in Pleasant View Memory Gardens. Mr. Billmyer was born Feb. 20, 1909, in Grafton, the son of the late Charles Billmyer and Katie Sours Billmyer Colbert. He was a member of the Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church and a member of the Martinsburg Lodge No. 120 Loyal Order of Moose. He retired in 1973 after 38 years with Martin-Marietta. Survivors include his wife Lillian Hilliard Billmyer, at the home; one daughter, Mrs. Lyle (Dorothy Nicewarner, An- nandale, Va.; two sons Robert Lee Billmyer Jr., Alexandria Va., and Charles William Billmyer, Richmond, Va.; nine grandchildren; one half-sister,. Mrs. William (Lillian) Langley, Takoma Park, Md.; one half- brother, George Colbert Shepherdstown; and a number of nieces and nephews. MACK B. HELMAN, JR. Mack B. Herlman, Jr., 16, of Route 1, Jefferson, Md., died last Friday as a result of injuries sustained in a single car ac- cident on Gapland Road near Burkittsville, Md. Services were conducted Tuesday afternoon from the Gladhill Funeral Home in Middletown, Md. The Rev. Curvin Stambaugh officiated burial was in Locust Valley Bible Church Cemetery. The deceased was born in Frederick, he was a son of Mrs. Nellie Ramsburg Helman of Rt. 1 Jefferson and the late Mack B. Helman Sr. He was a member of the Locust Valley Bible Church of Middletown. He attended Middletown High School and was presently employed with Treeland Nursery in Frederick. Besides his mother, he is ,o , ,l WE RE OFF! ....... Before your hunting trip - consider 'all risk' insurance on your guns and equipment personal liability insurance for injury to others - a Hunters Accident policy - all available from Moore Insurance And Realty Company, Washington, Alexander And Cooke Agency. Moore Insurance And Realty Company Washington, Alexander And Cooke survived by one sister, Miss Jean E. Helman, at home; maternal grandmother, Mrs. Gertie SE. Ramsburg of Rt. 1 Jefferson; paternal grand- father, Mack D. Helman of McConnellsburg, Pa.; and paternal grandmother, Mrs. Catherine Helman of Halltown, W.Va. MRS. SADIE M. RENNER Mrs. Sadie Mac Renner, 80, of Route 4, Winchester, Vs., died last Tuesday in Winchester Memorial Hospital. She had been residing with a grand- daughter, Mrs. Harry L. Cad- wallader, of Stephens City, Va. The deceased was born November 19, 1897, in Clarke County, Vs., a daughter of the late Richard and Mary Alice Grubbs Whittington. Her husband, Charles Arthur Renner, whom she married July 29, 1914, preceded her in death. She is survived by four sons, Paul C. Renner of Frederick County; Charles J. Rennet, St., of Winchester: Roy A. Renner, Berryville, Va.; Walter E. Rennet, Frederick .County; eight grandchildren and five great grandchildren. A daughter, Mary Catherine Renner, and a brother, John Whittington, preceded her in death. Funeral services were con- ducted last Thursday morning from the Jones Funeral Home in Winchester. The Rev. Arthur Carper officiated, burial was in Mount Hebron Cemetery. MRS. SHIRLEY I. RINKER Mrs. Doric L. Rinker, 44, a resident of Mt. Mission, was pronounced dead on arrival at Jefferson Memorial Hospital Sunday evening. She was born September 9, 1934, in Hillsboro, Va., a daughter of Thomas E Painter, St., of Bakerton, and the late Leola Penwell Painter. She was a member of Murrill United Methodist Church. In addition to her father she is survived by her husband, Shirley I. Rinker, at the home; a son, Michael I. Rinker, Mar- tinsburg; two brothers, Thomas  'You, can be sure... ],/if Its Weinghouse Westlngl)ouee Heat Pumps TWIN T ENG. Donald T. Phillips Phone 304/725.5163 P.O. Box 341 Charles Town, W.Vo. Warehouse Prices on Central Air Conditioning for Self Installation. JAN. 19th-E.O.W. LUMBER MILLWORK CO. (located in Leesburg, Va.) Has full or part- time openings for leaders and workers in their warehouse, manuf- acturing, and shipping depts. BARBER & ROSS Co. 72 S.Catoctin Circle Leesburg, Vs. 22075 Since1870CharlesTown. W Va.  1 703 777 4200 l I0 Nor!h George St, - 7Z5-5115 : " " " Plume: !.703-471-9700 aDaiR mssa PUBLIC AUCTIONOF FURNITURE BUTCHERING EgUIPMENT JEEP, ETC. Due to moving into a trailer we will sell the following located 61/2 miles East of Clearbrook, Va. in Jefferson County, W.Va. Turn East off Route II onto to 672 or 3 miles South of Middleway, W.Va. next to Butch's Box Factory. Watch for sale signs. SAT., SEPTEMBER 23, 1978 Beginning At I11:00 A. M. 2-bedroom suites; 3-dressers; old wash stand; 4-old chairs; 2-desk; rocker; Siegler oil heater; Sears chest deep freeze; refrigerators; air conditioner; Kenmore gas range; wood stove; kitchen cabinet; metal cabinets; 7 pc. dinette set; metal bed; baby bed; metal wardrobe; elec. fans; dishes; rugs; 2-fish tanks; bar stool; lawn chairs; new fire place grill & blower; storm door; large set of louievere doors; 5 gal gas can', plastic & metal buskets; 50 gal. drums; 10 gal. milk cans; 2-wash tubs; metal stands; log chains; corn shellar; hoe; shovels; picks; chain saw Sears; dbl. shovel plow; Barbwire; American wire; iron post; metal hog troughs; metal watering troughs; 2-rotary mowers; 240 Ford engine; 2-wheel rubber tire trailer; Bradley garden tractor with all attachments; 2-1ard pots; 2-1ard presses; sausage griner w dec, motor; stirs; nose hooks; scrapers; meat hooks;W.D. trussels; cup up table; metal scalding tank; 2-good but- chering hogs; 198 Willy's Jeep w 4 wheel drive & new top. A lot of articles to numerous to mention. * TERMS CASH: Nothing to be moved until settled for. W.D. Orndorff, Auct. 955.2632 Not responsible for accidents on premises. Mr, and Mrs. Jack Robinson Lunch rights: Sept. 14-2T PLANNING From Page ! the Department of Agriculture revealed a direct conflict bet- ween their interpretations of the laws and that of Prosecuting Attorney Robert Skinner. According to the State Health Department, the county dog warden, sheriff or a con- servation officer is responsible for enforcing laws dealing with Jog taxes and rabies shots. The commission will. confer with Skinner later in an effort to clarify the situation. In other actions, the county commissioners approved the sewer facilities study recom- mendations outlined by the planning commission two weeks ago, and directed Ad- ministrator Ash to notify the engineering firm, Howard Needles Tammen and Bergendoff to proceed in this direction. Approved was the request of the County Health Department, asking the commission to un- derwrite the cost of hiring a second sanitarian to assist the present one, John Cooper. The commission directed that a diesel engine, located in the old underground bunker at Summit Point, be removed and utilized by the landfill subject to the approval of the Parks and Recreation Board. A request from Charles Town City Manager Robert Cain that landfill facilities be made available on holiday Monday s.. to accommodate businesses which are in operation .... was taken under advisement, with a suggestion that a way be found to alleviate the problem. Received was a racing commission check for $4380 for the period August 7 through 19. And the commission was reminded of a planning com- misssion meeting October 10 to consider the Wilk, w Dale and Floyd Chanel development. E. Painter, Mt. Mission; and Robert F. Painter, Point of Rocks, Md. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning from Murrill United Methodist Church. The Rev. Frank Ment: zer officiated, burial was in Pleasant View Memory Gar- dens. Pinball Suit Court Tuesday The Harpers Ferry pinball machine ban will be back in court Tuesday, September 19, when arguments aimed at testing the legality of a town ordinance will he heard. In late June, the Harpers Ferry town council passed an emergency ordinance banning pinball machines, juke boxes and pool tables. The action came after the council had approved a permit for the owners of the Peanut Gallery, a new shop, to have a pinball concession on the second floor of their store. The court action, which claimed the emergency or- dinance is, among other things, unconstitutional, was then filed for the James K. Hutzler Ven- ding Machine Company by Attorneys James Crawford and Thomas Steptoe Jr. Keith Adkinson, attorney for Harpers Ferry, has asked for dismissal of the suit, claiming that the mayor and council, as legal officers of the town, are immune from liability; and also contends that the Circuit Court has no jurisdiction over the two offices. Incidentally, the plaintiffs are asking the court for damages of $1000 a month for each month the ordinance remains in effect. Ferry Council Creates A HUD Advmory Group The Harpers Ferry Town Council, meeting Monday evening in monthly session, adopted a citizens participation plan for a $400,000 grant ex- pected this Fall from the Department of Housing Urban Development. Under the plan, a five-person advisory committee will be selected. It will oversee the utilization of the HUD funds, which is expected to be used in the rehabilitation of low cost housing and the building and repair of streets and sidewalks. i i WORLD BOOK-CHILDCRAFT, INT. THANKS YOU ! For visiting our Fair Exhibit Winners of Our Booth Prizes Were: Barbara Bratino, Kearneysville Elizabeth Cameron, Summit Point Catherine Jenkins, Charles Town g.Mercer, District M 0. 301-898.7805 A.Thompson, Aree mgr. 304-876.2218 Virginia Landscape, Cleaning Service Located On Day Street In Bolivar, W. Va. We do Small Landscaping jobs, such as lawns; Clean Up Debris After Contractors have moved out; Also do home and office cleaning, Do Painting and Wallpapering and Window Washing. Write or contact Virghia Landscaping Chaning Service i In this connection, Mayor I H.W. Brawley said that a final public meeting on the HUD igrant will be hold Monday, September 25, at which time the council will meet in special session to approve the final HUD grant application, which must he submitted by September 30. In other actions, council adopted a proclamation declaring September 17 through 23 as Constitution Week. The proclamation was requested by Bee Line Chapter, NSDAR. A $300 gift was awarded to the Committee on Aging; the water company was authorized to install three new fire hydrants on Union Street; committee reports and a report from the planning commission were received; and a building request to add an addition to Mrs. Nor- ton's home was delayed thirty days for further action. Thefts Probed By Jefferson Police State Trooper William Shoop is investigating two thefts reported by Jefferson County resident Wednesday. One occurred at Uvilla, at the site of a new home being built by William Mollat of Ranson. Mollat reported the disap- pearance of a central vacuum system, a saw, rolls of wire and other items. The missing items were valued at more than a $1,000. Gilbert E. Post, who resides near Bakerton, said that a British Army Rifle, with scope, was removed from his residence. It s value was placed at $5O. Turkey Time Bazaar Shepherdstown Church Shepherdstown Trinity each Wednesday at 1 p.m. and Episcopal's " Turkey Time 7:30 p.m. to produce items for Bazaar will be held Saturday, the bazaar. SUNDAY, SEPT. 17TH, 1 P.M. OUTDOOR FESTIVAL ONLY An afternoon of dancing, singing, fun and gemtlichkelt in an atmosphere reminiscent of old Bavaria - - - come eat with us A bratwurst stand and refreshment booth will add to the fun and high spirits throughout the afternoon. (This stlnd is provided for your onwmienc as individuels ire not permitted to bring food on the premises.) SPECIAL APPEARANCE MISS MARYLAND 1978 Two fine Bands will play The "KILTIE BAND Of YORK" and THE CONTINENTALS DIE LUSTIGEN ALPENMUSIKANTEN und ORIGINAL BAVARIAN DANCE CLUB OF WASHINGTON, D.C. witl entertain you Sing along with Chuck Friesner clowns and pony rides for the children ADMISSION: Adults $1.00 - illmn Or November 18, at Shepherdstown Men's Club from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Booths will feature hand- mades, Christmas ornaments, dried arrangements and plants, homemades, attic treasures, and luncheon, cheese booth, international gifts and cathedral items. Workshops will be held ALLAS RUG & UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS Located In Kearneysviile, W. Va. Nothing Deep-Cleans Like Our Dry-Foaming Let Us Revive The Exquisite Beauty Of Your Rugs, Upholstery, Walls, Windows, Etc. LeRoy Jefferson .. Owner-monnser For FREE Estimates Sept. 14 & 28 PHONE: 725 - 4201 i, BENNEn'S GREENHOUSES ANNOUNCES BIG FALL CLEARANCE SALE Sept. 18-23 - 8 A. M. - 6 P. M. Daily On All Houseplants 20% OFF Plus D=en Tulip Bulbs Free With Purchase of $20.00 or More BENNETT'S GREENHOUSES 400 West 4th Avenue, Ranson SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.VA. "One dog barks at something: the rest bark at Chinese Q Winners At NAN( Were 1st. Mary L Shade, Town, 725- 2284 $25.00 2nd Haye00 (;hades Town, 725- 7204 3rd Mrs. Roger Barney, 100 Tammy Martinsbur& W. Va., 263- 2038 PHONE: 725 - 9402 T30 W. Washington St. Charles Town, W. Va. THURS., SEPTEMBER 21, 1978 AT 7:30 P. M. MARYLAND MONTHLY HOLSTEIN At my Maryland Farm, located one-half mib Aug. 31-tf. Bolmr, W, Vs. Phone 725-5043 Woodsboro, on Route 550, Frederick County, Sept. 14-1t. 125- Top Choice Holsteins- m =.--,. REGISTERED And GRADES i  DAIRYMEN: This is really a fine group of cows for this Sale. About 50 choice Purebreds withgood I PUBLIC AUCTION OF and records. Twenty-five Purebred first calf heifers.. ANTIQUES, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE real top grade cows really milking. All cows will be just or close to freshening. FARM EQUIPMENT SPECIAL MENTION: A Red & White VG-85 point Having sold my home I will sell the following located 2 METCALFS TELSTAR CITATION RED daughter, miles West of Round Hill, Va. Turn South off of Route 7 onto 26-78 as a 2yr. 305d 2x 10238 5.0 517f. from VG-88 Route 831 come I mile to sale. Watch for sale signs, a 4yr. old 375d 2x 15361 4.2 650f, GrDam 3yr. 309d 652f; A VG 3 yr. old ROUND OAK RAG APPLE i WED., SEPTEMBER 20, 1978 daughter, fresh, as a 2-9 316d 2x 14006 3.5 492f from a GP-81 dam as 5-11 365d 2x 24510 3.5 863f G Beginning At lO:O0 A.M. 0 365d 2x 22450 3.5 787f; A PACLAMAR TRIUNE ,*',ALL HERE NOW AT RESTAURANT Located On State Route 9 at Jefferson Avenue New York Style Pizza Fresh Maryland Crabs In addition to our other Fine Italian Dishes LUNCHEON end DINNER HOURS: TUES.-WED.-THURS. 11:30 AM to 11:30 PM Friday & Saturday 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM SUNDAY 12 to 10 PM CLOSED MONDAY FOR RESERVATIONS & CARRYOUT CALL 725- 3366 Walnut Banqua Table (Seats 25 people), spool cabinet, cherry china cabinet, Marble top Buffet; old wicker rocker; rocker; dry sink; cherry dining room table; cherry buffet; dresser; 3-chest of drawers; pie safe; love seat & chair; up down churn; dinner bell; civil war miniball; oak kitchen mantel clock; marble slab; trunks; chairs; stacked book case w,glass front (glass broke); glass door book case; 2- metal cabinets; cabinet w wood cutting board; 2-metal deak; toy chest; BW console TV; filling cabinet; picture frames; air conditioner; gas stove; fold away bed frame; radio; dishes (some old); blue jars; decanters; acquariums; Bric- A-Brae; spice rack; blender; salad master; games; window screens; ironing board; fishing tackle; bow & arrows; Remington pump shot gun 3" magnum; Remington 22 single shot; back pack; bicycles; sausage grinder; milk bucket; hand milk seperator; brooder (never been used); wooden wheels; misc. shop tools; 2-endless belts; 70' log chain; pr. platform scales (like new); Snapper riding lawn mower; cub tractor; boat trailer; hay tedder; post driver; 2-wheel metal trailer; bird cages; misc. lumber; telephone poles; 200 bales nice Alfalfa hay, excerise equipment. A lot of Articles too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH: Nothing to be moved until settled for. Orndorff, Auc. 304-955-2632 Bill Kelley Not responsible for accidents on premises. Lunch rights Sept. 14-1T 2 yr. old from (GP-84 yr.) PAWNEE FARM CHIEF 3-10 305d 2x 19340 3.8 735f GrDam VG 7-7 334f, bred 1-3-78 to PACLAMAR ASTRONAUT: A five FLEETRIDGE MONITOR daughter, bred 12-19-77 to AMER IVANHOE JERRY +1333; 3 yr. old PAWNEE'. ARLINDA CHIEF daughter, bred 12-50-77 to ASTRONAUT; A good big beautiful 2 yr. old CREST PACLAMAR SEVEN J daughter from a daughter of IVANHOE milked up to 100 lbs. per day, son of ELEVATION; A WOODBINE PEARL 2yr. old. Farmers, if you need good cows or heifers, grades, come to this Sale. We will show you finest. All cattle selected by us personally from New York State, Pennsylvania and Maryland. Also several Purebred heifer calves will be solde I bm Sales Terms: Cash on day of Sale. Not Responsible for accidents. Robert Mullendore-Auct. Marvin A. Eshieman-Pedigrees Mehrle N. Wachter-Cierk Home Farm: 621 Woodsboro,