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SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 5 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13,1977 Rites Held Tuesday For Stmthe Barren, Relired County Famer Funeral services were held Tuesday at 2 p.m., from the Meltin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home in Ranson, by the ROY. Joseph Porterfield, for Strother James Barron, 75, well- known retired Jefferson County farmer, and a resident of the Flowing Springs Read section of the county, who died Saturday morning in the University of Maryland Hospital, from in- juries received in an automobile accident. Burial was made in Edge Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. The deceased was critically injured in a collision about 7:40 Sunday evening on the Flowing Springs Road, north of Charles Town He was driving a car headed southbound on the FlowingSprings Road, and his car crossed the center line of the highway and struck a car being driven northbound by Renee J. Maisonever, 20, of the Fox Glen Development, near Kear- neysvilie. Both drivers were rushed to Jefferson Memorial Hospital and admitted for treatment, with Barton, being the more seriously injured being transferred to the shock trauma center in Baltimore, Md., by the Maryland State Police medi-vac helicoptor. He was in critical condition when transferred to Niceville, Fla.; Eddy, of Universal City, Texas; Martin, Damascus, Md.; John "Jack" Middletown, Md.; one sister, Mrs. Harry F. "Gertrude" Worsley, Silver Spring, Md. He is also survived by fourteen grandchildren and six great- grandchildren. INEZ KATHRYN WEST Funeral services were con- THURMAN BUTLER ducted at the Eackles Funeral Funeral services were held Chapel iast Monday at 2 p.m. for Oct. 3 at 11 a.m. from the Inez Kathryn West, 87, of Sandy Brown Funeral Home in Mar- Hock,Md.,whodiedOct.gattbe tinsburg, for Thurman H. Washington County Hospital, Butler, 69, a resident of 1000 following a long illness. In- North Street, Martinsburg, who torment was in Old Brethren died Sept. 30 in City Hospital in Cemetery, Brownsville, Md., Martinsburg. Burial was made with the Rev. Richard L. in Rosedale Cemetery in Mar- Blucher officiating, tinstmrg. Barn on Feb. 11,1890, in Sandy Born in Berkeley County, a son Hook, she was the daughter of of the late Robert C. and Estella Isaac and Lucy Nield :,Gordon. Nesmith Butler, Thurman was She was the oldest me1her of well known in Martinsburg and the Sandy Hook U.M. Church. this section through his long Surviving are her imsband, connections in the newspaper Charles Clarence West, at the advertising field. He was Avalon Nursing Home, associated with the Martinsburg Hagerstown; one son, Clarence Journal for some 48 years prior G. West, Frederick, Md.; one to his retirement in 1974, having sister, Mrs. Ruth Bi,gham, served as advertising manager Columbus, Ga.; and onotrotber, of that publication for some I"I RtmselIGordon, Edgewater, Md. years. He was a long-time member of the Pikeside U.M. HERBERT LEE Funeral services weTe con- ducted Oct. 5 at 11 a.m. at the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home for Herbert Lee, 70, of Duffields, who died OCt. 3 at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Interment was: at the Church, was a Sunday School teacher in the Church School, a lay pastor of the church and a member of the church choir. He was also a member of Robert White Lodge No. AF-AM, the Advisors Board of the Senior Citizens and Advisors Board of Duffieids Cemetery, with the the Martinsburg Union Rescue Rev. Joseph Washing|xm of- Mission and he was also a ficiating, member of the Eastern Bern on June 7, 1907, fla Duf- Panhandle Legislative Action fields, Mr. Lee was the son of Committee. Jesse and Lena Colston l#ee. He He was survived by his wife, was a retired farm laborer' and a member of the Duffields AME Methodist Church. Surviving are three |.isters, Mrs. Cora Elizabeth Page, Rites Held For Ranson Man Killed In Freak Accident Funeral services were con- ducted Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home for Lee Samuel Mackey, 25, of S. Mildred Street, Ranson, who died as a result of injuries he suffered in a car- related accident last Sunday. Interment was in Edge Hill Cemetery, with the Rev. Richard Neal officiating. Bern on Dec. 11, 1951, in Carlisle, Pa., Mr. Mackey was the son of Leroy S. and Lois Cranston Mackey. He was employed by the Charles Town Race Track, Mac's Welding Service and the United Starting Gate Corporation. Surviving in addition to his wife, Barbara Hott Mackey, and his parents, of N. Mildred Street Ranson, are two children, Lee Samuel Mackey, II, and Wendy Leanne Mackey; two sisters Mrs. Pauia Ashby, Greenbelt, Md.; Mrs. John "Sonja" McKonzie, Morrow, Ga.; and three brothers, Dennis E. Kirk, Ranson; Ronald L. Mackey,! Wellsville, Pa.; and Herbert Lee Mackey, Nashua, N. Ham. Four Hurt, Heavy IProperty Damagesl County Accidents The past weekend period from Also Saturday morning at Friday night extending until about 11:25, two cars collided on Sunday morning, was one of the State Route 45 near Shepherd- most costly on Jefferson County stown which resulted in $900 in highways in many months at property damages to the two least from the standpoint of cars, but no personal injuries. personal property damages Police said a car being driven which exceeded m.,000 in a by James Newman, of Charles series of 13 accidents in- Town, Route 2, pulled from a vestigated by Charles Town private driveway into the path of Jean Reynolds Butler; one State Police. a car being driven by Scott daughter, Mrs. Priscilla Hut- Four persons sustained in- [,owe, of Shepherdstown. chison, of Potomac, Md.; one but none seriously in Newman was charged with Son, Alan T. Butler, of Marlowe; threeof the accidents and a total failure to yield the right-of-way. one stop-son, Michael McClain of 17 cars and three trucks were Saturday, at I:10 a.m., a was headed, north and struck the Lonas car. Police said they charged Heimick with failure to ield the right-of-way. A cow was blamed for the other Friday accident which occurred about 7:30 p.m. on the Flowing Springs Road. State Police said a car being driven by Richard Chamblin, of Charles Town, struck a cow. The driver of the car was not injured, but damages to the car were listed at about $1,000.00. No charges were placed against the driver, police said. sheriff From Page l Letters were also read to the commission from other counties in the state giving their ap- praisals of a computerized election system. All were for the most part favorable. SUMMIT POINT Mrs. Stuart Crlm ECW MEETING The Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of the Holy Spirit met on Tuesday afternoon of last week at the home of Mrs. George Cram with six of the members in attendance. The meeting was [ called to order by the president and was opened by devotions led by Mrs. Harold Hinton. At their conclusion, the roll was called and the minutes of the last wild, "T0k7110000000011"00 WonderfUl ,L SHORT SUBJECTS Congratulations to Honorable Carolyn M. Snyder on being chosen by GOv. Rockefeller to head his eastern W. Vs. office. The office is located on W. King Street in Martinsburg, The interim committees of the W. Va. Legislature are not ready to recommend additional tax on gasoline. Courts have been accused often lately for "making laws" or laying down regulations which prerogative is claimed by legislators. . The newest, however, involves taxation. The federal district court told W. Va. schl systems to provide free text books and supplies (in- cluding physical education music, et.)to all needy children which means all below income levels set by federal officials. This is an extremely expensive order but the court furnished no money. The W. Vs. Board of Education directed all county school systems to comply with the court order. They didn't provide any funds either. Could this be "taxation without representation?" meeting were read and ap- Two hundred dollars a day proved. In the absence of the consulting fees plus expenses treasurer, no financial report seem a bit steep. No wonder was made. A number of items of some legislators complained business were discussed and about certain departments of November 18th and 19th was decided upon as the date upon which the group will hold a rummage sale at the American Legion building in Charles lobbyist, I'm told. They are determined to get some legislation related to com- petition and the pre-need arrangements. I devoted one weekly report to this problem which is not yet solved. Consideration is being given to repealing the incentive tax law that was designed in 1969 to attract business to the state. Many, including labor organizations claim it hasn't worked. Governor Rockefeller will hold on to it for a while as a part of his program to get new industry. The Co-chairman of the In- terim Committee on higher education have widely publicized their criticism of the Board of Regents for having closed meetings. As a result, media representatives and cameramen are invited to all meetings of the Regents. At the same time they want the Board to spend more time on faculty (personnel) and grievances. Could it be that the ad- ministrators of some college will be "on trial" every time the Regents meet? the Baltimore facility, single car accident occurred on The deceased was born in Charles Town; Mrs. Josephine of Martinsburg; one brother involved in the 13 mishaps. Jefferson County, Nov. 3, 1901, a Branson, Washington, D.C.; Donald Butler, of Martinsburg; Two of the personal injury the Flowing Springs Road, son of the late Walter L. and Mrs. Katherine Pine six sisters, Mrs. Elsie Shriver, of accidents occurred Saturday, which resulted in property Pawtucket, R.I. ; and two Martinsburg; Mrs.Velma Ott, of the first at 10:59 a.m., on U.S. damages of $1,400.00 to the car Mary Howell Barton. He was a brothers, Robert E. Lee Bolivar; Mrs. Esther Hehle, of Route 340, in front of the Towne involved, but there was no retired farmer. , Chester, W. Va.; and Wilii,stm E. Charles Town; Mrs. Louise House Motel, in which one personal injuries to the driver. Surviving are the following five children Mrs. Vernon Lee, Shenandoah Junction. Clopper, of Marlowe, and Mrs. person was injured and the two State Police said a car being -- Naomi Henry, of Summit Point, involved were damaged to the driven southbound by Jennifer "Naomi" Shape, of Wenatck; C.ARDELLWASgON and three grandchildren, extent of some $700.00. Lamb, of Harpers Ferry, Route Mrs. Kenneth "Josephine" Crummell Ardeil Wasson, 70, State Police said a car being 1, went out of control and off the Turner, Charles Town; Mrs. of Rt. 3, Kearneysville, cried at FORRESTM. HEIgKELL driven by Sheldon Ward west berm of the roadway, then Kenneth "Josephine" Turner his home last Monday mourning Funeral services were held heading West on Route 340 smashed into a telephone pole Charles Town; Mrs. Melvin following an extended illne, s. He Thursday, Oct. 6, at 1 p.m. from stopped to make a left turn and a and overturned in the nor- "Eveleen" Zombro, of Wood- had been hospitalized from the Brown Funeral Home in car which was following and thbound lane, heading south. bridge, Vs.; Donald S. Barron February 14 through Marc} 17. Martinsburg, for Forrest M. being operated by Donald E. Jennifer Lamb was charged of Hagerstown, Md.; and Paul Born Sept. 20, 190T, in Heiskell, 66, a resident of 314 N. Crawford and Garden Drive, with driving under the influence K. Barron, of Martinsburg; Berkeley County, he was the sou Queen Street, Martinsburg, who Martinshurg, was unable to stop of alcohol, Police stated. eight grandchildren and six of Mrs. Mary Agnes Nowbr|mgh died unexpectedly at his home. and crashed into the rear of the Two minor accidents were great.grandchildren; also two Wnsson, of Middleway, andl the He had been in his ustmi health Ward car. .  also investigated by State Police sisters -- Miss Rose Barron, of late Charism Crummell Wasn. until stricken Tuesday, OCt. 4. Saa Krumwiede, a resident of on Sunday, the'first at 1 a.m. on Ranson, andMrs. Irene Russell An active member of the Chaplain Howard L. Fulkofthe Claymont Court, and a Secondary Route 28 near of Uniontown, Pa. Leetown Church of the Brethren, Baker V.A. Center officiated and passenger in the Crawford car, Bakerton. he was a member of the Adult burial was to be made at the sustained minor injuries and State Police said a northbound BRAINERD SMITH Sunday School Class and wm a convenience of the family, was taken to Jefferson Memorial foreign compact car being BATES former deacon of the church.. He Born in Charleston, March 22, Hospital by the Charles Town driven by William F. Hufnagel, Brainerd S. Bates, writer and was foreman of the Hollis and 1911, son of the late Carson O. Independent Fire Company of Bakerton, rounded a curve editor, died on Sept. 27, of a Lowman Orchards for zwne and Emma C. Bragg Heiskell, he ambulance, and his car skidded on the wet heart ailment at his home in years until retirement, worked in his early life for a Just prior to this accident at pavement and crashed into an Middleway. He was 58 years old. Surviving, in addition to his moving and storage firm in 10:40, a tbree-car accident had embankment. Damage to the For 19 years, Mr. Bates was in mother, Mrs. of Aberdeen, Md. occurred in just about the same car was placed at $300.00. the public relations department Middieway, are his wife, Dvola He was a veteran ol World spot, which resulted in $1,450.00 Hufnagel was charged with of the Arabian American Oil Co. Grace Whittington Wasson, at War II, retiring from the U.S. in damages to the cars involved, driving to theleft of the center of inDhahran, SaudiArabia, andin tbehome; three daughters, Mrs. Army on disability ; a member of but no personal injuries, the highway. . New York City. He and his wife, Harry "Mary" Baker, Inwosd; the Veterans of Foreign Wars, State Police said a car being The other Sunday accident the former Josnne Reed of Mrs. Claude "Wands" Joes, Disabled American Veterans driven by Edward Leon Por- occurred at 3:15 p.m., on State Chicago, moved to Middieway Colonial Heights, Vs.; Mrs. and Berkeley Post 14, American tewig, of Richmond, Va., had Route 9, at the Bloomery Bridge two years ago. He was active Thomas "Doily" Seal, Ranmm; Legion. stopped in the line of traffic to which resulted in $500.00 there as a writer and editor for 11 grandchfldron; two great- Surviving are two daughters, make a left turn into the Towne damages to the truck involved, Aramco World and other grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Jim "Wendy" Smith, and House property, and a second but no injuries to the driver. publications. He was also active Mrs. Mabel Long, Winter Park. Mrs. Donella Moore, both of car being driven by Charles T. State Police said the truck in the Overseas Press Club of Fla.; Mrs. Evelyn Paini[r, Edgowood, Md.; one son, Keith Dorsey, of Route I, Kear- being driven by Cyrus E. Hardy, America. Charles Town; Mrs. Jamtes Heiskell, Aspen, Colo.; four neysville, had also stopped in Route 2, Harpers Ferry, Mr. Bates was a native of Carper, Middleway; Mbrs. grandchildren, Ronnie, Scott back of the Portewig car and it swerved to avoid hitting another Providence, R.I. He graduated Charles Masters, Pikeside; |nd and Richard Moore, and Keith was struck in the rear by a car car crossing the bridge and his from Phillips Academy in An- a number of nieces and nephews. Smith; one brother, Maurice being driven by Vanda Lee truck struck the side of the dover, Mass., and Brown A brother, Kenneth E. Heiskell, Hedgesville, and Gaynor, of Euclid Avenue, bridge. No charges were placed. University in Providence. He preceded him in death, nieces and nephews. Charles Town. All three cars State Police also investigated served as a naval officer in Services wereheld Wedneslay Two slstersandthreebrothers were headed north on Route 340 five highway accidents which World War ll. He was a member at 3 p.m. from the Brown preceded him in death, when the accident occurred, occurred Friday, thefirstat9:30 i of the Hopewell Friends meeting Funeral Home, with the Rev. in Clearbrock, Vs. Besides his Joseph Lewis, his former pastor, SChool State Police charged the a.m., on Secondary Route 27 Gaynor woman with following near Millville, which resulted in wife, Mr. Bates is survived by a offictlng. Interment was made From Page I too closely. Most of the property about $500.00 in property son, Bradford R. Bates of San in the Mountain View Church of president of the Ranson damage was to the Dorsey car. damages to the one car involved. Luls Obiaco, Calif.; another son, the Brethren Cemetery. Elementary Association, spoke The most costly accident of the State Police said a car being Stephen S. Bates, of Halifax, out in favor of the opinion of the entire weekend occurred operated by Patricia G. Kelly of Nova Scotia; a daughter, CHARLES WILLIAM students, saying that "what we Saturday about 3:35 p.m., on Millville, wont out of control, loft Claudia Bates of Alexandria. MILLS do now is going to affect them". Secondary Route 23 near the the highway, and wentover an .Vs.; and a twin brother, Robert Funeral services were c(m- Following the statements intersection of Secondary Route embankment and overturned on government. The W. Va. Cemetery Association may he looking for a Do you know that insurance provided state employees cost $27,000,000 this year. The five-cent cigar and three- cent stamp have been gone long ago, but in their place we now have the $10 no-fault divorce and alimony for males. Live it up ! ! Thursday, Oct. 13, at the White The Rev. and Mrs. David Wood left on Thursday for Powhatan, Vs., where they Town. Following the business Church in Middieway. A speaker meeting the afternoon's will he present at this meeting, program was presented by Mrs. to which the members of the Philip Creamer and a social Wizard's Club have been invited hour was held and refreshments to discuss and demonstrate the were served, updating of last year's war- Mrs. John Bradbury and her drobe. granddaughter Tucka, of Mr. Dice Waggy and son and Lansdowne, Pa., were recent guests at the home of the Roy. and Mrs. David Wood and daughters. A warm welcome is extended to the most recent newcomers to the village. Mr. and Mrs. William Culley and son, moved last week from the Charles Town area to Fiagstop, the home they purchased from Mrs. J. C. Breckenridge. UMW NIEETS The United Methodist Women met on Wednesday with Mrs. Jerry Beydler at her home near Berryville. The devotional spent the weekend serving on the Cursillo Team No. 11. In their absence their daughters, were guests at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rudolph and their family and Mr. and Mrs. Clay Mr. Jack Ponder of Charles Stamey and family. Town, were dinner guests on Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cheshire, Tuesday of last week at the Mr. Elwood Cheshire and home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest daughter, motored to Elkins, W. Rudolph and sons. Va., early Saturday morning, and Mrs. John Laycock, going there to attend the Jr., are receiving con- Mountain State Forest Festival gratulations on the birth of a and returning to their homes daughter in the Winchester that night. Memorial Hospital on Wed., Oct. In observance of Lay Sunday, 5. The new arrival is the third morning services at the U.M. Church were conduc by Mrs. child in the family, having two Sally Jo Day of Kemn, Md., older sisters. Mrs. Elwood Cheshire, the who was accompanied here by a Rev. Gerald Moore, Mr. Charles group of young people from that Huckaby, Mr. Robert Howard area. and son, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas About 40 members of the program was led by Mrs. Beydler, who presented the evening's lesson as well. Con- tinuing the group's study of Baptist Conference near Lyn- Women of the Bible, the subject chburg, Va., having gone there was Ruth. Following a routine to attend a Small Church con- meeting, the group enjoyed a ference. social hour and refreshments were served. Mrs. Philip Creamer had as her guests at the luncheon and fashion show, sponsored by the garden clubs of the county, held on Wednesday at the clubhouse Jackson andMissTammyPifer, Church at Middleway held a all of the Middieway area, spent baptismal service, at which the weekend at Eagle Aerie, the eight were baptized, and a picnic on Sunday at Babbling Brooks in the Hidden River area. Those attending from Summit Point were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott and Hudolph and sons, and John and daughter of Kearneysvilte, were Tammie Crim. visitors on Sunday at the home of I ;:'" *  : .. . :.. , @ / the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKee. Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Shirley, who had spent the past ':i in Shannondale, Mrs. Smart several days visiting wRh their Cram of Monte View, and Mrs. cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Anthony Hankey of Charles Creamer and children at Locust Town. Grove, left on Saturday to return Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Furr to their home in Pearisburg, Va. and children of Bakerton, were visitors on Sunday at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. W. J. Purr. Mesdames Loroy Cheshire. Owen Swisher and Elwood Cheshire, in company with Mrs. Robert Howard and Mrs. Thomas Jackson, of Middleway, W.M.S. MEETS The Women's Missionary Society of the Baptist Church met on Thursday at the home of Mrs. Owen Swisher with 9 of the members present. Called to order by the president, the meeting was opened with devotions led by Mrs. Lee Allen attended the annual meeting of Drish. Following a routine the Shenandoah Baptist business meeting, Mrs. Drish Association, held on Thursday presented the program which at the Baptist Church in was entitled"BaptistsinSecular Berryviile. Europe". At its conclusion the Miss Karen Stamey, Miss meeting was adjourned and the . .:: YOUR KEY to finding a new iob is in the C. Bates, of Barringtou, R.I. Memorial services will he held at Hopewell. Friemds meeting at a later date. CHARLES A. KESNER Funeral services were con- ducted on Oct. 1 at 11 a.m. at the Ebenezer U.M. Church for Charles A. Kesner, 73, of Loudoun Heights, Vs., who died Sept. 28, at his home following a long illness. Interment was in Samples Manor Cemetery, Samples Manor, Md., with the Rev. John Guthrie officiating. Born on Nov. 3, 1903, in Oakland, Md., he was the son of David Hardy and Carrie Belle Smith Kesner. He was a retired farmer and saw mill operator. Surviving are his wife, Blanche Elizabeth Smith Kesner, at the home; nine children, Mrs. Emma Lewis Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. Carrie K. Hackley, Loudoun Heights, Vs.; Mrs. Fleets E. Miller, Loudoun Heights; Mrs. Nellie J. Bean Silver Spring, Md.; John I. Kesner, Sykesville, Md. Charles A. Kesner, Jr., Baltimore, Md.; David J. Kesner, Falls Church, Va. Edgar F. Kesner, Burkittsvtlle, Md.; Lloyd A. Kesner, Loudmm Heights, Va.; one sister, Mrs. L. Speaks, Burklttavilie, I Xd., and 22 grandchildren and p x great-grandchildren. dueted Saturday at the Eacldtes Nesl told the group that the 17, not far from Shepherdstown. the railroad tracks. Heather Wood and Mark Funeral Chapel at 11 a.m. for board is presently drawing up One car and a truck were At 9:45 a.m. Friday, a 1974 Rudolph, were among those who Charles William Mills, 76, of questions to put to the in- involved and both were International Transfer tractor attended the weekly meeting Sandy Hook, Md., who died Oct. terviewees, with the greatest demolished, with "property loss trailer truck was wrecked on 5, at the Washington County emphasis being put on being placed at $1,600. Both U.S. Route 340, just west of the held at the Seeker's Refuge in Hospital, following a lontg educational background and drivers were injured and taken Shenandoah River bridge near Charles Town on Friday. illness. Interment was in the Old experience: Neal also said that by the Shepherdstown Volunteer Harpers Ferry and the driver Brethren Cemetery, Brown- all 15 would not he interviewed. Fire Department ambulance to sustained minor injuries and sviile, Md.,withtheRev. Philflp Jefferson Memorial Hospital. damages to the truck were Hough officiating. Bern in Nov. 28, 1900, tt Yarrowsburg, Md., he was tle son of James Robert and Florence Virginia Downs MilhL He was employed as a cor.- pester. Surviving are five children Mrs. Mary Htmt, Baltimore Md.; Miss Margaret Gapland, bid.; Clayton Mills, Richard Mills, and James Mills, all of Sandy Hook, Md.; one. brother, Howard Mills,; Brownsville, Md.; and I2 grandchildren. HIS wife, Mary Mildred Wood Mills, preceded him in death. ROBERT M. CARR Funeral services were held Sept. 26 in Lutz, Fla., for Rehert M. Carr, a son of the late Jesse S. and Sallie Eddy Carr. Rebert Carr spent his youth in the Leetown area of Jefferson County. He has lived in Florida since 1955. Surviving are his wife, Gladys, four sons, Robert, Jr., of SIX Police said a car being driven at $10,000.00. From Page 1 by Brian C. Jones, of Pur- State Police said the empty celiville, Vs., rounded a curve tuck being driven by Garnett on State Route 9, just North of and skidded into an approaching Gochenour, of Stanley, Va., the Ranson town limits, truck being driven by William S. braked to avoid hitting a vehicle State Police said a car being Willingham, of Route 1, which had slowed to make a turn driven hy Louis G. Bruswick of Shepherdstown. Following the off Route 340 onto Route 340-9, Charles Town, was struck by a collision the truck flipped over. and the rig of the truck went car being driven by Lewis Police said they cited Jones over an embankment. Workers Jasper Miller, of Route 3, for driving to the left of the worked several hours to get the Harpers Ferry. Police said the center of the highway, truck back onto the highway. Brunswick car was headed At 1:40 p.m. Saturday, a 1973 The driver, who sustained minor North on Route 9, and the Miller model car was totally injuries, was charged with car was headed South and the demolished in a single car ac- failure to control his vehicle. Miller car got over into the cident which oecurred on Another Friday accident northbound lane. When Brun- Secondary Route I, near occurred about 5:15 on the swick saw the Miller car in his Kearneysville, but the .driver Mission Road with two cars lane of traffic he tried to cut into was not injured, being involved and property the southbound lane to avoid the State Police said the car being damages being listed at =O.O0, Miller car. But at the same time, driven by Walter C. Tahb, Route but no injuries to either driver. Miller cut back into the south- bound lane and struck the car being driven by Brunswick. Miller was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. Damage to the two cars was placed at $4,350.00, police said. American whisky market shows decline 1, Kearneysville, crested a hill State Police said a car being and the driver said that when he driven by George G. Helmick, of saw two approaching cars north- Millvflle, pulled into the path of a hound in his lane, he swerved his turning southbound car being car to avoid hitting them and it operated by Carol E. Lonos, of i went out of control to the right, Points, W. Va. left the highway, hit a tree and ' Police said Carol Lonas was then went up an embankment, headed south on State Route 9 Total loss to the car was listed at and was to make a left turn into $2,000.00. a private driveway and Helmick HOMEMAKERS CLUB TO MEET The Summit Point Extension Homemakers Club will meet on Phone 725.5113 ChaL00 Town, W. Vs. group enjoyed a social hour and refreshments were served. WANT ADS PUBLIC SALE Having sold my home, I will sell the following personal property located in the S00 block of South Georg Street in Charles Town, W. Vs., on: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1977 Beginning at 1:00 P.M. 2 Mahogany Pie Crust Tables, Duncan Phyfe; 2 chairs; Maple occasional table, mahogany end table, back chair, occasion chairs, chaise lounge, oak wash wardrobe trunk, 2 baby beds, I youth bed, roll-a-way Frigidaire dishwasher, Frigidaire refrigerator and combination; Frigidaire Custom Imperial double electric Stove; Frigidaire clothes dryer, Zenith B & dehumidifier, window fan, set of History of the Worm a set of Britannica encyclopedias, other books, set andirons, Brass lighter, Brass bucket, 2 small pictures and frames, rugs, several large fiber rugs, baskets, picnic basket, Rey-O oil lamp, marbeUzed mantelpieces, iron griddle, lawn benches, patio tables and chairs, 2 -patio chaise Iges, lawn chairs, lawn torches, Unice, riding lawn mow, lawn sweeper, aluminum extension ladder, aluminum steooer  flower pots, kitchen appliances, kitchen utensils, dJ es anu glassware, other articles too numerous to mentio Terms: Cash John L. mMetre Auctioneer: Paul E. Miller Clerk: N. Clark Furr Not responsible for accidents on property Oct. 10-1t