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$ SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADV0(ATE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1978 - . . .wMo, Commission Moves To Gantt William (Bill)Miller Jr., Mayor of the City of Odessa, From Page 1 DE--H8 Del., and a native of Mar-problemsareonthewaytobeing Inform County Voters tinsburg, died Monday, Sep-solved,-listed other goals as tember 18, at the Memorial. well: Division of the Wilmington (Del.  Provide secure employment On Electronic Voting Medical Center after a long for West Virginians by retaining illness, existing industry and attracting FRANK (PAPPY) BELL, Jr. MRS. HOWARD W. BOLTZ Bern in Berkeley County April new investments; carry out a Funeral services were con- Mrs. Flora Henshaw Boltz, 83, 7, 1909, son of the late Gantt W. lasting secondary road Ths?oJfseen teC3UtYt everyCrn" the sheriff's depatme t, mnth favart tlme mermbernf" ' ducted last Saturday from the a native of Jefferson County, and Mary Imbach Miller, he program; continue toslim down m c Murril Hill United Methodist died Friday, September 22, at attended local schools and was state government; and meeting available method of acquainting Marsha Hunt, for another Church for Frank W. (Pappy) her home in Martinsburg. graduated from Martinsburg the problems of senior citizens the voters of the county with the month, through October 31. Bell, Jr., of Mountain Mission, Funeral services were con - High School, where he was and maintaina crime ratewhich new electronic voting system he Okayed was a proposal by who was pronounced dead on ducted Monday morning from prominent in athletics and is lowest of the 50 states, utilized between now and Pride lnActionitoplaceplantors arrival Thursday, September 21, First Presbyterian Church in starred in football and track. He The planners who appeared on election day, November 7. adjacent to the George Street at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Martinsburg by the Rev. Dr, had attended the 50th reunion of paneldiscussions appeared to be To this end, Administrator entranceway to the coUrthouse, The Rev. Frank Mentzer and C.R. Slider, with burial in Green his 1928 high school graduating somewhat in agreement that David Ash said that his office is providing the project is Pastor Lester Dillow officiated, Hill Cemetery. class here in May and enjoyed stronger leadership and more demonstrating the device before agreeable to both the Land- interment was in the church Mrs. Boltz was born in Mid- being with old friends, foresight in planning were various groups and marks Commission and the cemetery. Arrangements were dhway on June 14, 1895, a A student of history and needed to avoid misuse of organizations. And he went on to Historical Society. by the Melvin T. Strider Colonial daughter of the late Charles culture, he was fluent in Chin available land natural resour- say that the Kiwanis Club has Approved by the commission Funeral Home. Willoughby and Flora Bell and Japanese; held the ces. volunteered to man one of the was the transfer of $9,384.50 The deceased wag born in Glaize Henshaw. Bachelor's degree from West Paul. Crum of Frederick devices in each Jefferson County from revenue sharing to the Charles Town, March 31, 1911, Mrs. Boltz was a housewife; Virginia University and the County, Md., warned of the bank on Friday evening, Oc- Health Department budget, son of the late Frank W. and she was a member of the First Master of Arts degree in financial problems created by tober 20. raising that figure to an even Fannie Milton Bell, Sr. Presbyterian Church; a charter Oriental languages and history what he called "bedroom $66,500. Mr. Bell was employed at the member of Gov. Norborne from Columbia University, and communities; Terry Bache, Of In addition, poll workers Matters of information for the Turf Enterprises for more thin Berkeley County Chapter had done postgraduate work at Washington County, Md., selected by the political parties commission included the receipt 20 years. Daughters of American the UniversitY of Michigan and claimed that planners should will receive special instructions Of $6,408 from the State Racing He is survived by his wife, Eva Colonists; a member of Capt. Harvard University. andother October 16 and 17, with ad- Commission for the period Mae Painter Bell, at the home; William Henshaw Chapter, He joined DuPont in 1939, but whose actions they regulate; ditional sessions if needed. August 21 through September 9; six daughters, Mrs. John D.A.R.; a member of the during World War II served in Hawvermale, regional The commission, in an and the fact that General (Martha) Brackett, Ranson Salvation Army Auxiliary; a the Office of Naval Intelligence for the Eastern uneventful meeting last Thurs- Telephone Company would stage Mrs. Phillip (Mary) Wiley and member of the King's Daughters as a Japanese language officer said that in the end day, also ordered the printin.g an October demonstration, Mrs. Phillip (Adeline) Oden Hospital Auxiliary; member of for nearly five years, being "people have to care." and Of one thousand sample ballots before the commission, of a both of Harpers Ferry; Mrs. the Senior Citizens Club discharged in1946 with the rank Harpers Ferry Planning for reference use by officials and proposed central telephone Kenneth (Libby) Wilt and Mrs. A.A.R.P.; member of the of lieutenant.oommander. Commission Member Paul voters, system for the courthouse. Larry (Bea) Magaha, both of American Asseciation of Retired Duringhis25.yeareareer Pritchard called for stronger The commission authorized Approved for Ash was at- Charles Town; Mrs. Robert Persons, and the Meals on the DuPontCompanyhe served leadership andmoreforesightin the payment of $12.3.86 to tendance at a meeting October (Nancy) Harding, Mfllville; one Wheels. as a sales representative in the planning process. ThomassenFord Mercury for a 24 at Jackson's Mill, staged by spn, Wilmer Bell and his wife, Surviving are her husband, Shanghai, China, and in Hong rental car utilized by State the West Virginia Extension Lujean, Of Charles Town; 19 Howard W. Beltz, at the home, Kong from 1947 to 1950. 17 CRIMINAL Trooper L.D. Bradley in tran- Service. grandchildren; and one great whom she married on Jan. 28, He was a nationally known From Page I sporting James E. Brown from And, in a final action," the grandchild; four sisters, Mrs. 1920 in Jefferson County; three track athlete in hisyouth, and in near Hartford, Connecticut, commission asked that a study Ross Stagner and Mrs. Frances sons, Howard W. Boltz, Jr., 1932 and 1926 was a hammer- On October 12 another civil back to Charles Town to face be made of the operation of the Speck, both of Harpers Ferry; Arlington, Va.; B. Donald Boltz, throwing finalist in competition Mrs. Nellie Price, Baltimore, Kensington, Md.; PaulN. Boltz, for the U.S. Olyml)ic team. He case, that of Traveler's In- criminal charges, county's sanitary landfill in an surance Company versus the Approved, after an an effort to better stagger the hours Md.; Mrs. Rosie Prather, Seaford, Del.; four daughters, won that event at the Penn Shenandoah Corporation, willhe executive session, was the to meet the needs of landfill Winchester, Va.; one brother, Mrs. Robert (Helen Marie) Relayson two occasions. In 1948 heard, employment for an additiional users. James Bell, Harpers Ferry. Murphy, Rochester, N.Y.; Mrs. while with DuPont is China he The criminal case of the State[ Hunter (Gene Bell) Hott, took first place in the Far of West Virginia versus Winston Frank Dillow, pleaded not guilty and his trial-was set for Nov. 10. Clearwater, Fla.; Mrs. W.W. Eastern Olympics. Lee Viands, who was indicted at to the charge and he will stand Cheatham, represented by WILLIAM E. WILT (Anne) Howdershell, Alexan- He was a member and former a previous term of Court, is set trial Oct. 6. His legal counsel is Attorney C.E. Martin, Ill, was Funeral services were con- dria, Va.; Mrs. J. Alvin vestryman of St. Ann's for trial on October'24. Henry W. Morrow. released on $500 bond without ducted Tuesday afternoon from (Dorothy) Laramore, Jr., An- Episcopal Church in Mid- On October 26 it will he Anthony Joseph pleaded not surety. the Chestnut Hill United Md.; 16 "grandchildren; dletown, Del., a former another civil case to be heard, guilty to a charge of Driving ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ . Methodist Church for William two great grandchildren; one president Of the Middletown - that of Investors Loan Cor. while intoxicated aod his case Edward Wilt, 74, of Chestnut sister, Mrs. Susan Glaize, Rich- Odessa Rotary Club and a potation versus William S. has been setfor trial Oct. 11. His MIDDLEWAY Hill. who died last Saturday in mond, Va.;. several nieces and member of the Odessa Volunteer Pearrell, et, ux. attorney is Steven Askin. Naomi Barrow Winchester (Va.) Memorial nephews. Fire Company. October 31, the civil case of Capias were issued last Dial 7252500 Hospital.Mentzer officiated,The ReV.intermentFrank HARDYREBURIAL He retired from the Organic Mid-Continent Refrigerators Wednesday for Cheryl Ann was in Chestnut Hill Cemetery. The family has announced the Clemieal Division of the DuPont Company, a Corporation, versus Redmond, Debra Kay Arm- -- -- - Arrangements were by the re-burial of William E. Hardy Company in 1969, and was Ronald C. Regester, will be strong, Larry Dean Shultz and IT'SABOY Eackles Funeral Home in and infant daughter, Sarah elected mayor of Odessa in 1975 tried. Eddie Young. Congratulations to Mr. and Harpers Ferry. Lillian Hardy, from Edge Hill winning a second term two years Nov. 2, it will be the civil case Attorney Joseph Reed was Mrs. Lawrence Mason Everhart Mr. Wilt was born in Chesmut Cemetery in Charles Town, to later, of Sharon S. Wingfield versus appointed special prosecutor in IIl on the birth Of their son born He is survived by his wife, Peoples Life Insurance Corn- the case of Arthur Davis and September 16 in the Winchester HillonApri114,1904, aSonofthe Rosedale Cemetery in Mar- Marian B. Miller; two sons late Humphrey and Ida Pearl tinsburg. Tyrone Hill. previously indicted Memorial Hospital. The little Wilt. Graveside rites were con- Gantt W. Miller III, of party. . Nov. 9, another civil case, that for grand larceny, one weighed 8 lbs and 3 oz. and He was retired from the dueted by the Rev. Richard C. Berryville, Va, and Richard S. of Russell R. Corbin versus John Attorney Reed was given until has been given the name of Standard Lime and Stone Chambers of St. Luke's United Miller, of Westchester, Pa.; two M. Carson, Sr., will be tried. January to become familiar with David Lawrence. Mrs. Everhart Company at Mfllville and also Methodist Church. Those daughters, Kathryn Zeidwig, Nov. 10 it will be the criminal the case. Prosecutor Skinner is the .former Miss Georgia retired as a construction worker, present for the rites were Mrs. Marietta, Ga., and Anne Ehret, ease of the State of West Virginia excused himself in prosecuting Yvonne Leight. Paternal He was a member of the Howard Slonaker, a daughter Philadelphia, Pa.; a sister, Mrs. versus Frank Cheatham, Jr., Davis and Hill. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Chestnut Hill United Methodist and sister of the deceased, and Fred S. (Julia)Eutzy, Jr. 272 W. who was indicted on "a The case of Joseph John Lawrence Everhart Jr. Church. Mr. Howard Slonaker. King St.;one half-brother James misdemeanor charge by the Zimmer, indicted for felonious Maternal grandparents are Mr. Survivors include his wife Mr. Hardy died March 1, 1937, V. Miller, Greenbelt, Md., and recent Grand Jury in con- assault on Ethel D. Cox, was and Mrs. DavidLeight. Awaiting Mrs. Mabel Ott Writ, at the as the result of an automobile two grandsons, nection with alleged fraudulent,, continued until the January at home for the arrival of David home; two daughters, Mrs. accident. The daughter died He was preceded in death by deceptive and misleading term of court over theobjeetinn isasisterYvettegyearsoidand Sarah Turner, Rt. 4, Harpers February 3, 1917, one day after four brothers, Daniel S. Miller, representation to the public, of the prosecutor. His bond was a brother Brian 5 years old. Ferry', Mrs. Beatrice Angelo, her birth. Joseph F. Miller, Ernest L. November 14 it will be the continued. The community extends their Mr. Hardy was employed for Miller and Robert L (Bobby civil case of the Blakeley Bank & Paul Rockwell, indicted for sympathy to Mrs. Louise Springfield, Va.; one son, Lester the Standard Lime and Stone Miller and two sisters, Madeline Trust Company against Donald forgery .and uttering pleaded Bradley of Scollay Hall Dining W. Wilt, Rt. 4, Harpers Ferry; Company of Millville for 20 Neill and Helen Ramsburg. L. CareT; and on November 15 guilty to the uttering charge Room in the recent death of her seven sisters, Mrs. Bessie Jackson, Mrs. Essie Lancaster years as an electrical foreman. Services were conducted last another civil case, that of following plea bargaining bet- sister Mrs. Dorothy smith Mrs. Georgie Staube, and Mrs. He was active in Masonry, and Friday morning at Old St. Ann's Michael J. Peterson versus Fred ween Prosecuting Attorney Horton of Berlin, N.J. Mrs. Lillian Garrett, all Of Rt. 4, at the time of his death operated Episcopal Church, near Mid- Tuller&Sons, Inc. ; and ou Nov. Robert Skinner and his attorney Horton is survived by her a .fleet of trucks for local and dietown, Delaware, with in- 21, still another civil case, that of Michael Thompson. husband Mr. Fred W. Horton Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Pearl long distance hauling, terment in the adjoining Susan L. Sims, versus Blue Judge Sencindiver sentenced and three daughters and two Harris, HyattsviUe, Md., Mrs. He was a son of the late cemetery. Ridge Enterprises. Rockwell to six months in the sons. Mrs. Hortonwas born here Mary Margaret Jenkins and William H., and Sarah Ann On November 28 the civil case county jail, effective Sept. 15, in Middleway. Mrs. Bradley was Mrs. Mamie Piper, both Of Dillow Hardy, horn November MRS. ALICE LICHLITER Of Alma Christie Boeing versus and ordered him to pay court accompanied to Berlin, N.J. for Charles Town; two brothers, C. 17,1894 at Chestnut Hill, Harpers Mrs. Alice V. Boyd Lichliter GeraldR. Clay will be heard and costs, the funeral services and spent Humphrey Wilt, Charles Town Ferry. 89, of Route 1, Berryville, Va., then the final court trial of this James E. Brown, pleaded several days there by Mr and Merle Wilt, Harpers Ferry; ten Members of the family include died Sunday at the home of her session will be held on guilty to grand larceny, auto, Mrs. Wallace Bush of grandchildren and nine great the widow, Mrs. Greta Hardy, daughter, Mrs. Clifton (Alice) November 30, and it will be a following plea bargaining, and Washington, D.C. grandchildren.* Valley View Nursing Home, White, also - of Route I, civil case of Richard E. Feller he was sentenced to nine months The Trailblazers 4-H Club met Berkeley Springs; daughters , Berryville versus Russell Roper. in the county jail. HIS sentence on Wednesday evening SOp- HARRY D. POWELL Mrs. Slonaker, Mrs. Mae Dunn, Funeral services were con- Of the sixteen persons in- here will not begin until he tember 20 at the White Church Funeral services were con- Mrs. Ortence Smoot, Mrs. ducted Wednesday afternoon volved in the 14 indictments finishes his sentence in a Con- here in Middlewa. The ducted Sunday afternoon from Margaret Funk and Mrs. Betty from the John H. Enders returned by the Grand Jury on necticut prison to where he has highlight for the evening was St. Paul's Baptist Church Of nith. Funeral Home in Berryvflle by Tuesday, Sept. 19, nine persons .been returned. His legal counsel Mrs. Nettle Singleton with a Kearneysville, for Harry D. MARVIN S, PUFFINBERGER the Rev.JerryCampbell. Burial entered pleas, of either not was Attorney Tom Steptoe, Jr. repor on her tour to New Powell, a lifelong resident of POINTS, W. Va.- Marvin S. followed inGreenHill Cemetery. guilty or guilty when arraign- John Savage pleaded not Zealand. Officers were elected Kearneysville, who died Wed- Puffinberger, 83, of Points, died Mrs. Lichliter was born Dec. 3 ments were held Wednesday, guilty to felonious assault but for the coming year. President, nesday, September 20, at Sept. 15 at his residence. 1888 in Clarke County, a and Thursday, Sept. 19-20. guilty to the lesser and included Pamela Lockwood, Vice Martinsburg Veterans Ad- He was born in Martinsburg on daughter of the late John W. Wednesday only four pleas offense of battery, following plea President, Cindy Mobley, ministration Center. The Rev. Nov. 2, IM, a son of the late Hawn and Amelia Ann Hough #ere entered during bargaining. Secretary-Treasurer Donna Coleman officiated interment Oliver C. and Lydia Clark Beyd. arraignments before Judge The judge senteneed Savage to Taylor, Reporter Karman was in the church cemetery. Puffinberger. Two additional daughters Sencindiver, with capias being six months in the county jail, Taylor,. Song leader, Tracey He was born April 14, 1920 in Mr. Puffinberger was a survive, besides Mrs. White ordered against four persons effective July 11, and ordered Verburg and Sandy Mobley and Kearneysville, a son of Mrs. retired farmer, and was a Mrs. Fred (Ethel) Shane of who failed to appear for court costs recovered. He was game leader, J.W. Lockwood. Phoebe Washington Powell of member of the Wesley Chapel Berryville and Mrs. Leonard arraignments, represented by Attorney James For refreshments for the Kearneysville and the late United Methodist Church at (Florence)Cornelins of Arcola On Friday five additional B. Crawford, III. evening the boys and girls en- Harry C. Powell. Points. one son, Charles B. Lichliter of pleas were entered during Glenn B. Whitfield, joyed home made ice cream. He was a veteran of World Surviving are his wife, Mrs. winchester; 20 grandchildren arraignments by Judge Sen- represented by Attorney W.H.S. Jeffrey Jones was honored for WarII, havingservedintheU.S. DorethyV. HainesPuffinherger, and 33 great-grandchildren. Her cindivr. White, Jr., was listed on the his eleventh birthday by his Army fron Aug. 1, 1942 til Jan. at the home; four sons, Claude husband, Charles William Bruce A. Bourinet, 19, who same indictment with Savage, intents with a birthday party on 17, 1946; he was awarded the C. Puffinberger, Levels; James Lichliter, and seven children was listed on four counts for md he received a similar sen- Friday evening at Shakey's in American Theater and Asiatic S. Puffmherger, Colonial Beach. preceded her. burglary by the Grand Jury last ence following his guilty plea. Martinsburg. Those helping Pacific Theaterribbons, and the Va.; Paul D. Puffinberger, week pleaded guilty to the In the case of Clarence Boyd, Jeffrey to celebrate were his Good Condu'et World War II Points; Elmo L. Puffinherger, MRS.CLARAE.PRATHER hurglary of the home of William previously indicted for armed parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Victory Medal. Following his Hanover, Md.; four daughters,  Puneral services were con- B. Jones, following some pl robbery and strong-armed Jones, Matthew, Mark and military service he was era- Mrs.FredaM.Gross, PawPaw; ducted last Saturday from bargaining. Jefferson County robbery, the state did not object Kathy, Mrs. Edith Jones, Mr. ployed at the Newton D. Baker Mrs. Grace U. Watson, Bedford, Kogelschatz and Coffman Prosecuting Attorney agreed to to Attorney Steven Askin's and Mrs. Wayne Liskey, Earl VA Center for 31 years as a Pa.; Mrs. Glenna N. Starnes, Funeral Home in Martinshurg drop t he other three indictments motion to send Boyd to Weston Margaret, Paul and Stacey, Mr. nursing assistant, retiring on Alliance, 0.; Mrs. Janice M. for Mrs. Clara E. Prather, 68, of for the guilty plea. State Hospital for 20 days for a Gary Jones, Dennie, Michael July 10, 1978. Saville, Woodbridge, Va.; six Route 4, Martinsburg, who died Through his attorney Roger mental examination, which was and Cindy, Eugene Pifer and Mr. P.owell was a member Of sisters, Mrs. Virgie Hawkins in Fairmont Emergency Perryj Bourinet asked for granted by Judge Sencindiver. Billy Ring. A very enjoyable . the St. Paul Baptist and Mrs. Myrtle Grimes, both of Hospital Wednesday, September probation which the State op- The case of Allen Bennett, evening was spent at Shakey's Kearneysville; was Ruskin, Fla.; Mrs. Muzzetta 26. The Rev. B.R. Bends of- posed. Prosecuting Attorney previously indicted on two ac- enjoying the p|zza and root beer. temlent of the church; headed Sisk, Leetown; Mrs. Edna ficiated, interment was m Skinner said he did oppose counts of delivering a controlled Mrs. Elaine Friend, Anessa the Baptist Young Peoples Rowzee, Levels; Mrs. Murell Pleasant View Memory Gar- sending Beurinet to the Center substance, marijuana, was and Scott returned home after Union; and was manager of the Herbaugh, and Mrs. Nelma dens. or 'the Housing of Youthful continued until the January spending the past week with Mr. Spiritual 18 Gospel Chorus, Adams, both of Winchester, Va.; The deceased was born in male offenders. The ease was term of court so his attorney and Mrs. James, Hamner Of Surviving in addition to his four brothers, Owen Puf- Berkeley County a daughter of then referred to the probation Askin may have samples Parsons, W.Va. Anessa has mother, Mrs. Phoebe Powell finberger, and Aven Puf- the late Samuel and Lottie and parole officer for an in- examined by an indepelent spent twoweeks with her grand- Kearneysville, are two sisters finberger, both of Freedom, Pa.; O'Brien Rhodes and was a vestigation with a report to he laboratory, parents. Mrs. James Hamner Mrs. Christine McNair and Mrs. Oscar Puffinberger, Ruskin, member of Christ Evangelical given the Court by Oct. 16. A motion to have a pre-trlal returned home with them to Marie Woodford, both of Fla.; Ervin Puffinberger, and Reformed Church. The arraignment of David L. mental examination was spend the week. Another guest Washington, D.C.; a devoted Astoria, Ore.; 33 grandchildren She is survived by her Rainey, who'was indicted with made by Attorney Sprague this week on their fall vacation companion, Stella J. Eggleton; and 26 greatgrandchildrm, husband, William E. Prather; a Bourinet on one count of Hazard on behalf of his client, are Mr. Friend parents, Mr. two daughters, June Elaine and Funeral services were con- daughter, Mrs. Ronald Evans, burglary at the home of Edwin Alexander T. Tennison, indicted and Mrs. Richard Friend from Karen Anita two sons ducted M(mday, September 18, Charles Town; two brothers, Lee Demory, had his arraign, for burglary, and the state did Harbeson, Delaware., Lawrence Donald and his wife at ti Wesley Chapel United Robert S. and John N. Rhodes, ment poestponed until Friday, not object, so the motion was Mr. Jay Duan is a patient in Linda; and Clyde Montgomery, Methodist Church. The Rev. R. 8r., both of Martinsburg; a Sept. 29. granted, the Winchester Memorial all of Kearneysville; one uncle Ernest Harris officiated, in- sister, Mrs. Irvin .Batt, Mar- William Hardy; indicted for Frank Cheatham Jr., indicted Hospital. We wish Mr. Dunn a and two aunts, a number of termeft was in the church tinsburg; and three grand- breaking and entering a for a fraudulent claim against a speedy recovery. nieces and r-lte, cemetery, children, storehouse owned by Roger consumer, pleaded not guilty, Mr. and Mrs. James Cain were m f Accidents Taper Off, ' Damage Remains. High ,,+ Jefferson Highways aTdeenCejC;feronh]gchoW:t RoAutre30 end;lai;nseL highways tapered off during the involving a truck driven : past week, according to reports Edward Slusher, Mildred Stre from State Police. Ranson, and a car operated [ 'However, property damage Denny Freeman, Brooke Stre U continued to range near double Charles Town, resulted in N figures, just short of $10,000; and damage. Freeman was charg ib P three persons were injured, none with following too closely. seriously, in the six reported Another single-car crai :era] mishaps, occurred on Route 51 ne 30|: Cars operated by Daniel Middleway. A car, driven I re v Manners, Wheeling, and Peter Randy Bageant of Shenand0i [" b Cucchi,'Ijamsville, Md., collided Junction, struck a utility pd )erl near the entrance to Shenar.doah causing $500 damage. Downs Race Track. Property A truck driven by Natha )W C damage was heavy, $4,500, there Adams, Third Avenue, Rans thr were no injuries. Manners was veered into a field and tur I bac cited for taking the right-of-way, over after the right rear whq ky I A single car accident on the broke off. The accident occurl Flowing Springs Roal injured on Route 9 near Kearneysvil F ba, three pesons. Those removed to Damage was $300. Bil Jefferson Memorial Hospital by i And a car and a truck colli er Independent ambulance were on a secondary road ne I bo the driver, Elizabeth Hopkins, Charles Town Tuesday; causi Route 2, Kearneysville; Francis nearly $300 damage. Invol ten Hopkins; and David Langly, of was a car driven by Margaret  An, Route 3, Kearneysville. Nofs, Berryville, Va., and Its, Officers said the car went out truck operated by Lester | Jnes of control on a curve, left the Longerbeam, of Mi|Iville. highway and struck a utility were no injuries. State Po pole. Damage was $3,000. placed no charges. ! Sunday visitors with Mr. and 'S. Mrs. Harvey Cain and family in Di Berryville, Va. " Hits Commutd Weekend guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kinley and family were Mr. and Mrs. Railroad commuters in "Ba, George Novinger of Mon- Eastern Panhandle have be irthd tgomery, Pa. Monday guest was faced with finding their ownW arty Mrs. Eleanor Bowie from Rock- to work in the Washington at I s. El ville, Md. since Tuesday because pickd I wno Mr. and Mrs. Brady Bud- have shut down the operation of C denhagen, Ricky and Kathy commuter and passenger s ice from Trenton, N.J. were vice out of Martinsburg,  lecm weekend guest at the home of pers Ferry and Brunswick, It and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin "Don" Pickets representing { md k Linton. railroad clerks union, which gray Mr. Roy Swartz remains a striking the Norfolk and Weste .qbe patient in the Jefferson Railroad, appeared at Br '.lass] Memorial Hospital and is slowly swick, Harpers Fe?ry  las., improving. We wish him a Martinsburg Tuesday morr re speedy recovery. Other railroad workers w# :er, not cross the picket lines. . r a: Mrs. Marjorie Carper, and About 1,900 commuters eiU r. T] Mrs. Susie Markle spent the had to stay home or find o late weekend in Clarksburg, W.Va. ways of getting to work, J ce, sightseeing. Guest at their home Griffin, a Chessie Syst  was this past week were Mrs. passenger spokesman said. h Je: IsabeUe Masters of Inwood and The strike forced the d wit Mrs. Leola Masson from ceilation of four B and 0 c rs. Kcarneysville. muter trains originatini[ Mrs. Cecil White is a patient in Brunswick: and two Amt the Winchester Memorial passenger trains and a B and Hospital. Mrs. Whites room commuter out of Martinsbl number is 1315. --" te to The MYF from the Middleway Bolivar Receives-+ )err United Methodist Church met at Grant i ,lea' the home of their leader Mrs. $!75 000 d.Tr, Larry Ring's Tuesday night, ! September 5 for the election Of F| officers. Elected were A community partner President, Tammy Pifer, Vice grant of $175,000 has  ALJ President, Janie Brown, awarded the Town of Beliva ' Secretary, Judy Frye Treasurer, construction of a multi-pur R. F Mike Ring and Reporter Karen community building, accorC mar Nicodemus. All youth are invited to an anouncement from ;n n to join the MYF. office of West Virginia Gove ker: Jay Rockefeller.  coy Quite a few from the Village At the same time, Rockef est attended the musical program also announced a grant 'ary presented by the Jefferson $184,000 for construction  de d, County Senior Citizens at the water system in Berke cas Summit Point United Methodist Springs; and $50.000 to R. Church on Sunday evening. It Berkeley County Commissi er( s anc was an outstanding per- complete water, sewer, s formance and enjoyed by all and storm drainage work box who. attended. Windewald area.  be. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, Altogether, Rockefeller ;ad;i Jeffrey, Matthew, Mark and nounced, twenty-nine grl ]cum Kathy along with Mr. and Mrs. totalling $4 million, all d urr Raymond Jones from Mar- with water, seW UT-E tinsburg spent Saturday and recreational and other prOj le v Sunday camping near Skyline designed to stimulate eco mal Drive and enjoyed a drive over development. )relh Skyline Drive. It was a beautiful + 22 n sight to see "the qlouds hung JEFFERSON ATHL ter z almost on the, heads. FFI( Mrs. Agnes Wasson is spen- BOO6TERSMEET hoga ding some time with her TONIGHT daughter Mr. and Mrs. The Jefferson High  inet Lawrence Painter in Charles Athletic Booster Club witll ed) ewrr this evening at 7:30 Town. cafeteria of the high sch safe The AARP Jefferson County supporters of the a@ h'E'lam Chapter for Charles Town had a )rograms at the high sc ing urged to be . .;+ very enjoyable bus tour through omcz ssur( Pennsylvania on Tuesday + ++- :-her Septemberl9withRolandLyles Lu00kin" +::'i the driver for the tour. They at st enjoyed breakfast at Howard ned ( Johnson's Restaurant in #100 Yeow d o Chambersburg then into Mer- ow cersburg, Pa. over Cave Lollg Tape *  ders Mountain and back through the le Gettysburg Pa. and on to York le; H Pa. where they shopped at nsfor Consumer Outlet Mart. On Tclol return home they stopped to see )WE the National Shrine of our Lady orie: above the lovely Valley of . ); Emmitsburg, Md. situated high ver over a mountainside overlooking ... ; Mount St. Mary's Campus and the Shrine of Saint Elizabeth 9.95 :up;' al sc Seton, a great statute of our rank Lady rises as a beacon atop the  v t Easy to hold, easy to  .er Pangborn Memorial Campanile, End hook folds into : terov also the beautiful Grotto and the of case  r5 M Corpus Christi Chapel. Then High-impactplasti /: Frederick, Md. at Rustier Steak nylon drum . . 74 1 House. Those from the Village Easy-to-read epoxy ":/ s yellow blade, ch ri on the tour were Mrs Margaret resn Kilmer, Mr. Lee Brown, Mrs. Yallq Helen Shirley and Mrs. Naomi Barrow. Chalu Town, W. 'k..Ch"tlm Happy Birthday to Mrs. -Fm Graftan Liskey who 00e|ebrated Phone: 725- her birthday on September 19th.