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6 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1978 Church of Martinsburg. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Jane Rogers Hahne, Temple Hills, Md.; a granddaughter, Leslie Ann Woods, Falls Church, Va.; a step-daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Keplinger, Baltimore, Md; a brother, Shields Bell, MRS. MINNIE P. DAVIS 'Jacksonville, Florida, and a Mrs. Minnie Posey Davis, of number of nieces and nephews. 315 East 3rd Avenue, Ranson, ARTHUR (COTTON) died Tuesday at her home. She ANDERSON was 78. Arthur N. (Cotton) Anderson. The deceased was born June of Tuscawilla Hills, Charles 27, 1900, in Jefferson County, a Town, was pronounced dead on daughter of the late Abraham MRS. DOROTHY V. STATE DEATHS FUNERALS RUTHERFORD From Page, m . - Funeral services were con- ducted Monday afternoon from include Paul Crum, of Frederick the Eackles Funeral Home in County,Maryland; Frank Raflo, Hat'pers Ferry for Mrs. of Loudoun County, Virginia; MRS. CHARLES T. PHILLIPS HARRY H. CARPER, SR. Dorothy Virginia Rutherford, and Paul Pritchard, of Harpers Funeral services were con- Funeral services were con- 61, who died last Friday in Ferry. ducted last Saturday afternoon ducted Tuesday afternoon from Winchester, Virginia, Memorial Monday's sessions include at Kogeischatz and Coffman the Brown Funeral Home in Hospital. Burial was in Fairview "Potomac Basin Planning," Funeral Home in Martinsburg Martinsburg for Harry H. Cemetery. "Health Planning," "1980 for Mrs. Evelyn Beatrice Carper, Sr., 75, of 319 South The deceased was born in Census," "Regional Develop- Phillips, 81, widow of Charles Tennessee avenue, Martinsburg, Silver Grove, W.Va., a daughter ment," "State Housing Plan" Thomas Bell of Martifisburg, who died Sunday in City of Robert and Leona Everhart and "A Grass Roots Approach who died Wednesday in Jef- Hospital. The Rev. Richard C. Staubs. to Lowering House and Land fersonian Manor, Charles Town. Chambers and the Rev. Howard She is survived by her Costs." The Hey. Charlie F. McNutt, Jr., L. Fulk officiated, interment husband, John Robert Many of these programs will officiated, interment was in was in Pleasant View Memory Rutherford; three sons, Walter include talks from local citizens Rosedale Cemetery, Mar- Gardens. V. Clem, Brentwood, Md.; and public input and discussion tinsburg. Bern in Leetown, W.Va., he Robert J. Clem and Ralph Clem, will be welcomed during the The deceased was born in was the son of the late Charles Jr., both of Charles Town; two conference. Berryville, Va., September 11, Edward and Sally Rebecca daughters Patsy G. Mahoney Following Governor 1897, a daughter of the late Collis Carper. He was a member and Tammy Webb, both of Rockefeller's presentation Abram and Eva Wyndham Bell. of St. Luke's United Methodist Charles Town; three sisters, Monday night, a "shop talk" She was employed by Dunn Church. He was employed with Mrs. Ruby Ballenger, of Charles session will be held in the exhibit Woolen Mills and the St. Continental Clay Products Co. Town; Mrs. Eva Stoneberger area. Joseph's Catholic School of and also with H&L Mills retiring and Mrs. Geraldine Staubs, beth "Tourism's Place in the State Martinsburg, and was a in1970, of Bolivar; five brothers, Economic Plan," "Citizen member of Trinity Episcopal He is survived by his wife, Patrick Staubs, Gaithersburg, Participation in Praqtice," and Pauline Virginia Gano Carper; Md.; Hardy Staubs, Atlanta, "Identifying and Setting Local one daughter, Mrs. Ethel Light Ga., Edward, Floyd and Dale Priorities" will be major areas of Paw Paw, W.Va.; two sons, Staubs, all of Harpers Ferry; of discussion on Tuesday, Harry H. Carper, Jr. and Robert and eight grandchildren. September 26 as the conference L. Carper both of Martinsburg; ERNEST W. HENDRICKS concludes. 11 grandchildren and five great- Ernest William Hendricks, 90 For more detailed information grandchildren, of Shenandoah Junction, died about the conference scheduled for Sunday, September 24 August 25 in Rome while on a through Tuesday, September 26, visit to Italy with his Son and please contact the Jefferson family. Born in Jefferson County County Planning Commission January 7, 1888, a son of the late Office at 725-6591 or the West Milton Brown and Ida Herr" Virginia University Extension Hendricks, he was a well-known, Service Office at 725-6571. longtime farmer in the area. APPLE GROWERS He is survived by his wife, and Julia Holmes Parsons. Rosalind Moler Hendricks, at From Page 1 She.wasawell-knownresident the home; two sons, John Ed- didn't know they had been with a host of friends. She served ward, at home, and Ernest W. brought to the United States to as custodian with Funkhouser Hendricks, Jr., Leetown; six pick apples; or else didn't know Industries and was a cook in the grandchildren; one sister, Mr. what apple picking entailed. Jefferson County schools. J.H. Hodges of Wheeling, Finally, in the face of grower For 68 years she was a faithful mother of Bishop Joseph opposition and public in- Paperboard Company after 28 member ofZionBaptistChurch Hodges, formerly of Mar- dignation, the Labor Depart- years ofservice; was a member joining in 1911. She taught tinsburg, ment relented and took the of the Baptist Church; a Sunday Schoolfor thirty years, Services and interment were Puerto Ricans elsewhere or member of Citizens Fire was a member of the choir and conducted in Rome August 28. hack to their own island country. Company of Charles Town and the Missionary Society; was a ROBERT B. SNYDER, JR. This left the growers with nearly the West Virginia Firemen's church deaconess; and sponsor LANCASTER, Pa. -- Robert enough Jamaicans (classified as Association; and was a veteran of the Mother's Day program at B. Snyder Jr., 81, formerly of productive workers) and of WorldWarTwo, serving in the the church. Williams Circle, Williamsport, domestic help to harvest the United States Air Force. She was married .twice. Her died Monday morning at tan- crop through the next four to six He is survived by his wife first husband, William H. Posey, caster General Hospital. weeks. Mrs. Dorothy Mae Fisher An- died in. 1933; her second Born in Hagerstown, he was Butnow, there's another fly in derson, at the home; two sons, husband, Edgar Henry Davis, in the son of Robert B. and May M. the growers' ointment, ointment Arthur W. Anderson, Staunton, 1960. Virginia; Stephen E. Anderson She is survived by five Bowen Snyder Sr. which in this particular year He was a member of the represents one of the better Route 1, Charles Town; two children, Mrs. Mary Louise Lutheran Church. He had served apple crops in more recent grandchildren, a .sister, Mrs. Allen, Kearneysville; Mrs. Ida with the Army during World War Roberta Rudacille, Route I, Mae Green, Ranson; Mrs. Anna I and was a member of the Last Causing the latest outcry from Charles Town; and a brother, Pearl Williams, Ranson; Mrs. Man's Club of the American processing plant Leo Anderson, Martinsburg. Edith Williams, New York City; Legion. Prior to his retirement prices quoted by National Fruit Funeral services were con, Timothy Davis, Martinsburg; 13 he had been employed by The Product Company and ducted last Saturday morning grandchildren; 11 great- Herald-Mail Company for 45 Musselman Division of the Pet from the Melvin T. Strider grandchildren anda number of years. In his early life he had Milk Company . . . prices that Colonial Funeral Home. The meces and nephews, gained acclaim as a body builder average from 25 to 35 percent Rev. Dr. Wyman Hall and the Funeral services will be and weight lifter, lower than a year ago. Rev. Robert Campbell of- conducted Saturday afternoon at Mr. Snyder worked for The two major canning plants ficiated, interment was m 2 o'clock from Zion Baptist sometime as a part-time offered $4.50 to $5.50 per hun- Pleasant View MemoryGardens, Church. The Rev. Alvin Parris lynotype operator for the Spirit dredweight this year for the Martinsburg. will officiate, burial will be in of Jefferson-Advocate some same grade of processing apples WILLIAM T. ALLEN Fairview Cemetery. The family years ago after his retirement that brought around $7.00 Ins! William Temple Allen, 61, died will receive friends at the Melvin from the Heraid-Mail Company. And growers fear these Monday at his home in Rippon, T. Strider Colonial Funeral He is survived by nieces and downswings will carry Home Friday evening from 7 "nephews. wer to other processors. W.Va. Born November 13, 1916, in until 9. Services will be held Thursday So incensed are some growers Rippon, a son of the late Edward JAMESH.DOLEMAN at 1 p.m. from Rest Haven that they have threatened to hold E. and Florence V. Long Allen, Funeral services were con- Funeral Home. The Rev. their apples off the market he was a retired farmer and ducted Tuesday afternoon from William G. Cook Jr. will of- completely. horseman; a member of St. Zion Baptist Church in ficiate. Burial will be in Rest Still others in this Eastern John's Episcopal Church at Berryville, Va., for James Haven Cemetery. Panhandie/'tired of being at the Rippon; a veteran of World War Henry Doleman, 80, of White Two, 'serving with the U.S. Post, Virginia, who died last Army; and a member of the Thursday at his home. The Rev. Horsemen's Benevolent and Rudolph White officiated, burial Protective Association. was in Milton Valley Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Mr. Doleman was born March Juanita Jones Allen, at the arrival early Thursday morning at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. He was born in Ranson February 15, 1921, a son of the late William N. and tennis V. Mills Anderson. He was retired in 1973 from the Halltown home; seven children, William T. Allen, Jr., at home; Mrs. Wayne (Linda)Hall, Middleburg, Va.; Miss Laura Allen, at the home; Mrs. John (Katherine) Fletcher, Winchester, Va.; Florence E. Allen and Lewis E. Arch Moore To Speak BoostsCounty OBy Care i:ii!,i,,,)i)!ii!!  :i(i i !! At County Republican Dinner October 14 Plans for staging an "Elec- tion-78" Fall Dinner rally on Saturday evening, Oct. 14, were finalized Friday evening, Sept. 15, at a meeting of the Jefferson County Republican Executive Committee. Roberta Ranelli, secretary of the committee, said the Honorable Arch A. Moore, Jr., former Governor of West Virginia and the Republican candidate for the United States Senate, will be the principal speaker on tbe program. The big dinner rally will be held at the Cliffside Motor Inn near Harpers Ferry, beginning at 6:30 p.m. with a social hour, to be followed by the dinner at 7:30 p.m. made by October llth. A donation is $12.00 per person, and tickets can be obtained through members of the Republican Women, or by Also coming here to appear on the program and speak briefly will be Cleve Benedict, GOP candidate for the Second Congressional District. Miss Susan Knott, Republican can- didate for the house of delegates from Jefferson County; and Charles Clendening and Gary Phalen, candidates for County Commission from the Harpers Ferry and Kabletown districts, respectively, will also be in- troduced and make brief remarks on the program. The master of ceremonies for the dinner program will be Mrs. Louise Leonard of Harpers Ferry and special music is being arranged for the affair. " Ticket reservations must be HIGHWAY From Page 1 and failure to maintain control of his vehicle. Route 9 south was the scene of another accident' that involved cars driven by Robert Burt Charles Town, and Millard Engle, Route 2, Harpers Ferry. Damage was $2,700, mostly to the Butt auto. Eugle was cited for failure to stay right of center. A car driven by John Phillippi, of Martinsburg, struck a parked car on Route 9 near Kear- neysville, causing $1,100 damage, but no injury. The owner of the parked vehicle Glenn Ramsburg, of Charles Town, was cited with ob- structing traffic. There were three single car accidents. A truck owned by Harry E. Longerbeam of Harpers Ferry, parked on Washington street, was struck by a hit and run driver. Damage was $350. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Luce are presenting a donation of $100 to Mrs. Brown (center)president of the Board of Peoples Place Day Care Center for County. In making the presentation, Luce "Day care is needed, as much an asset to community as hospitals and churches." Luce! owner-manager of Radio Stations WXVA WZFM. The day care center will be a children of working parents. Directed by Fay Kilmer, it will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 6: p.m. Monday through Friday. Any calling: Josephine Bratina 725- desiring a speaker or more information 7387; Rachel Hafer 876-6112; Dorothy Conklyn 725-9144; or the center may call 725-4534. (Photo by Roberta Ranelli 725-8344. The Leslie_._.) is cordially invited. - ul 1 ]llal"lr Other business at the meeting Washington, D.C. school system. Bank ncluded the election of Mrs. Furthermore, the phasing Anne Groves, Charles Town, as system was implemented in 1967 From Page l the representative of the Charles in Jeffdrson County schools Company will Town District on the Committee. which was one year after the develop and promote the Also discussed were the local schools were forced to and projects which had choosing of Election Officers integrate. from each District, and the 3. Phasing is designed to opening of the Jefferson County provide a low-grade quality of Republican Headquarters. education and guarantees low The next regularly scheduled achievements foi" its par- meeting of the Committee will ticipants, the majority of whom be on Friday, October 20th, 7:30 are minorities. p.m. at the Court House. The 4. Phasing allows the in- :candidates and the general structors to "featherbed" and blic are welcome to attend, not he held accountable for the students' failures. The burden of neysville, both transported to responsibility for students' Jefferson Memorial Hospital by failures are shifted to the Shepherdstown ambulance, students and the parents. Shepherdstown fire units also 5. Phasing, in the Jefferson responded when fire broke out County schools, creates race and destroyed the Jeep. separation and promulgates Tuesday morning, an accident inferior-superior attitudes on Route 9, near Mission Road, among the students. one of the leaders in this mnnity of financial Maurice Viener, the Board of Directors bank was introduced and briefly as did J. Davis, who was a building committee and of only two of the directors still active in the The new structure 50 by 80 feet and desi Herbert T. Stratton, an of Winchester, Va., some 8200 square feet space. It will have a basement area and will be story structure'above will be of contemporary injured Sharon Winnie of Route 2, Harpers Ferry; Nina Walk, Los Angeles; and Paul Horowitz, of Claymont Court. The three were transported by In- dependent ambulance to Jef- ferson Memorial Hospital for treatment. and will face directly Ranson Circle with two entrances, two large windows, a walk-in of which Will be manned banking hours. There he a large parking area rear of the hank new structure will the latest and most banking facilities and e( available, Huyett stated. The new building NAJEP From Page 1 2. Upwards jg0 per cent of the Black varsity athletes are in Phase III and below. located facing into Circle, rather than in the where ,the old Washington Theatre located. By doing this building can be without interference operations of the and none of the in operation in the Washington Shopping Third Avenue, will be was pointed out. Tickets Available For Fashion Show At Shepherdstown Tickets, at $6.00 each, are still available for the luncheon- fashion show being held Wed- nesday, September 27, at 12:30 p.m., at the Bavarian Inn at Shepherdstown, sponsored by the Charles Town Women's Club 3. The dropout rate of Black for the benefit of CPR classes in students in*grades 7-12 was the community. approximately 450 per cent The show itself, to follow the greater in the 1977-76 school year luncheon at 12:30, is entitled than in the 1952-53 school year. "Autumn's Reflections On The 4. Compared with the 1952-53 Potomac," and will be enhanced A car operated by Willard N. school year there was a 58 per by the picturesque landscaping Jackson, General Delivery, cent decrease in minority at the Bavarian. Tickets are available from Harpers Ferry, went out of students entering college in 1977- Mrs. C.F. Wall, Mrs. John Lyter control and ran over an em- 7B. bankment on Secondary 32, 5. According to previous and from participating stores in landing on its top. Jackson was statements by school staff Charles Town and Shepherd- stown. cited with failure to maintain members, upwards of 95 per control, cent of the minority students The family will receive friends mercy of processors," are at the funeral home Wednesday making plans to build and evening from 7 to 9. operate a cooperative apple And a truck driven by John P. suspended were in Phase III and r waterford Home Tour storage facilities to allow for a Town, was struck by a hit and It is the feeling of the NAACP year-round operation, run driver on the Summit Point tat 15r 1898 in Clarke Countyta son Waterford, an eighteenth Road. Damage was $600. 1. Phasing is of benefit to a of the late Jake and Laura century mill town in Loudoun They charge that the apple Monday afternoon at 2:15, a small percentage of the -- , . .... . . Doleman. County restored largely through plants are offering Surviving are three sons, the interest and efforts of the 50 to 75 cents per bushel James Doleman of Winchester, non-profit Waterford Faun- flow the cost of production with Clarence Doleman of Berryville dation, will be open to the public no consideration for the fruit 117 W. WASH. Jeep and car collided at the students and a disadvantage to Kearneysville intersection of the majority of students, par- Route 9 and State Route 480. ticularly the minority students. Injured were Susan Vietez, of 2. Phasing appears to have Shenandoah Junction, Route 1, been designed after the in- CONVERSE and Robert Doleman of Franklin on October 6, 7, and 8 from 10:00 growers, their emPloyees or driver of the Jeep, and William famous "tracking" system Town, W.Va.; seven daughters, a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for its annual their families. and J. Scott Allen, all at the Mary V. Lockley of Franklin Home Tour and Crafts Exhibit. [ A meeting was held by the residence; one grandchild; a Town, Mildred Gales of Win- Admission is $3.00 for adults growers Wednesday evening, sister, Mrs. Jane A. Harris chester, Willa Mae Roberts of with children 12 and under ad- after the Spirit of Jefferson went Charles Town; and a brother Berryville, June Underwood and mitted free. A gronp rate of $2.50 to press. The meeting, in Win- Robert A. Allen, Harpers Ferry. Charlotte Underwood, both of each for twenty or more persons chester, was to discuss ways of Graveside services, arranged Summit Poirt, W.Va., Pauline can be obtained by calling 703- increasing or resisting the new by the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Bradley of Mot Dora, Fla. and 882-3018. low prices offered by the major Funeral Home, were conducted Lucille Freeman of White Post; The admission charge in- processors. 18 grandchildren and 12 dudes parking, entry into all Lest you think all things are greatgrandchildren. His wife foundation-owned buildings bleak on the fresh fruit front, the late Mary Eliza Doleman where crafts will be demon-igrowers are predicting better him. strated and Americana sold; the' prices on the fresh fruit market. Arrangements were handled Red Barn Art Exhibit, judged by. For instance, some 38-pound by John H. Enders Funeral the Curator of Art at the Air and bushels of U.S. Fancy quality Home in Berryville. Space Museum James Dean; apples going for $5 to $6 last year tl q . .... Thursday afternoon by the Rev. Temple Wheeler at Green Hill Cemetery, Berryville. Va. MRS. ANNA D. HUTSON Last rites for Mrs, Anna Deletta (teSty) Hutson, 65, of Route 1, Harpers Ferry, who died at her home last Friday were conducted 'Monday af- ternoon from the Osbourne Funeral Home in Sharpsburg, Md. The Rev. Harold C. Beck officiated, burial was in Mt. View Cemetery. Bern in Sharpsburg, Md., she was a daughter of John William and Martha Ann Rohrer Gard- ner. She was a member of Samples Manor Church of God and the widow of Ralph Harold Hutsnn. She is survived by daughters, Mrs. Maxine Giffin of Harpers Ferry and Mrs. Martha Rae Marshall of Sharpsburg; sons Taft Theodore Ingram Jr., and MRS. MAZlE GANO LICKE Funeral services were con- ducted Wednesday afternoon from the Brown Funeral Home in Martinsburg for Mrs. Mazie Virginia Gano Lickey, 74, of Ambrose Towers, Martinsburg, who died Sunday in King's Daughters Hospital. The Rev. Richard Chambers officiated, entry into the eight Federal are going for $7 to $8 this year. perioi homes to be open on Which, for some selected alternate day.s and a brochure growers, makes all the indicating what is where in the aggravation worth while. village. A hot, home-cooked meal can be bought all three days and light lunches will be JEFFERSON DEMOCRATS sold at discreetly placed stands. MEET SEPTEMBER 27 The Foundation stresses that the The Jefferson County Corner Store, the Red Barn, the Democratic Association will Weaver's Cottage and the Olcl hold its regular monthly meeting interment was in Elmwood Mill will be open for sales this on Wednesday, September 27 at Cemetery, Shepherdstown. Born in Berkeley County, she year only on the Homes Tour and 7:30p.m. in the Jefferson County was the daughter of the late John rafts week-end. Court House. G. and Mary Ann Crim Gano. She was a member of St. Luke's United Methodist Church and the Otterbein Class No. 22 of the church. She was last era- Terry Lee Hutson, both of Rt. I, ployed at Kings Daughters Harpers Ferry, Harvey Leroy Hospital as an aid to Central Ingram of Corapolis, Pa., and Supply until retiring in 1966. She Robert Lynn Ingrain of Brad- was a member of the Senior ford, R.I., sisters, Mrs. Francis Citizens of Martinsburg. Knight and Mrs. Mary Taylor, She is survived by three both of Rt. 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