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/ i S PIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE OBITUARIES R--. " --' -- MRS. HUGH S. MOLER KeUreo Maruns0urg Funeral services were con . . . ducted Saturday afternoon from Find ~|~ ~,~ the Melvin T. Strider Colonial r~ Funeral Home for Mrs. Cora Lucretia Molar, the widow of funeral servmes were con- H-h S Molar formerl of "~,~,~a ~ ~ afternoon ug y ~e~sch~,day; a! Bakerton, who died Wednesday, oK . ~ ann ~ons funeral November 1, in Jefferson Mome m Marunsnurg tor Jonn Memorial Hosnital The Rev Philip Stein, 59, of 614 Fanlkner T.'~ ~. " r reu ~m]m ann me r~ev. ~tooert Avenue, Marunslmrg, tormer Hdler ofhcmted, burml was m cmez oz me Marunsourg e'tre E I m w o o d C e m e t e r" Department who died Wed- -e- "" Y' ,~m pnerostown. ~sday, November I, m King s The deceased; who had more vaugnters ~ospimi. unapiainrpe~ntlv ~.~id,:~4 with a Howard L. Fulk and the Ray.~u .h~r M~E~d~ard'iNanc ":" Richard C Chamber~ officiated, gn :. .acy) ~aorgan, ~ nign ~treet, nan, interment was in Roledale for 40 years before retirina Cemetery ' . operated a star postal route out Masomc graves~de rites were t^- --~, ^u nd m me uaKe, .u. ru~t u '~. CO uctea ny ttonert wnlte A nativ,~ of P~kerton tl~ wA~ hot. A.g.t 7, a daughter of the late Adam C, and Cora V. t~erKetey uounty t~'eb. 24, 1919, Dantels Molar. Her husband died son o! me late dOun WUlIam ano in 1946. Irma McAdams Stein He began z " , .-- " -- S~ ~ WaB a llI~[l&U~[- U~ ~|UI! WOrKing Wlm tile Marunal~Irg pre~hvt~rlan Chnroh in Fire Department m November, Bekerton. 1943; was promoted to gh i~ ~,rvi~d h. ~.~ Lieutenant in November, 1954; L " T '" T'.'.'"7- -" :'"" naugnter, at the home, ano a oaptam In ~eptemver, ltm; ~nn~n,ht~ M~ ~mt~r assistant chief in June, 1964, and' W~';l'~'~t~k~'~,~" chief in May of 1972, retiring in - I~mher, 1973 . MRS. MARY E. SHUFF .e was owner am operator o~, M-- "'- ~': '--.'- ,' --, Assoclated Television Service of -ul u ; ~ b~ t, ole(I w~ne~lay at uie ,~ ~,s. home of her niece, Mrs Henry C. Mr. Stein was a memoer o~ . o~. o :,-~ o w.arcmsourg t, oage ~o. we, w.~ hnrn in g~ntnt, kv B P O Elks; Martinsburg Lodge "' " ' " ' ' ' daughter of the late Edward and r~O. IZU, t, oyal urner O! M0ese; l,m~ H.oh~ ~h.ff gh~ w~ Robert White Lodge No 8"/, -- --o-.----.--- .:~ ', resident of Huntington, W.Va Aff~aM, ano ~nenanaoan and ee " was a mmzK per mr the Forest 150, Tall Cedars of ,~.- u - . Elks CI ,~,-,sw-. t,eoanon. ~ The casket was removed from His wife, the former Ethel . " the Melvin T, Strider Colonial marie Landis, whom ne marrieo Funeral Home in Charles Town- m Hagerstown, Md, m June, ' . . . ";" to the Reger Funeral Home in 1941, survives at ~e nome ~ . ' Huntington. Services were t~ner survwors are one son, con" ~" th re S t "a . ouetea e a uro y John William Stein of New t . ~ morlilng, wire ourlal In woou- Jersey; one oaugnter, Mrg. Galen (Beverly Lou)Richard, mete Cemetery, Huntiogton. Hedgesville;. fear grand- MRS. FRANCESMILL8 children, Mellssa Marie, Teresa Mrs. Frances Virginia Mills, Renee and Sherri Denise Stein, 66, of Route 1, Berryville, Va , and Derec Wayne Richard; two died Wednesday in Winchester sisters, Mrs. Eva L~ Rosetti, Memorial Hospital. New Jersey, and Mrs. Julia V. The deceased was born July 5, Gochenour, Martinslmrg, nieces L 1912, in Clarke County, Va a and nevhews, daughter of George Feltner and the late Mary Edith Hinton MRS. JOSEPH S. FARLAND Feltner. She was a member of Mrs. Virginia Christopher the Montague Avenue United Fartand, 59, died last Saturday Methodist Church. at her home, 1119 Hawthorne She is survived by her Drive, Winchester, Va husband, Osborne Mills, and one The deceased was a native of sister, Mrs. Helen Feltner of Morgantown, W.Va a daughter Clarke County. of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Services were conducted E. Christopher, formerly of Saturday morning at the Omps "Carter Hall" in Millwood. Funeral Home Chapel in Win- She attended West Virginia chester. The Rev. Jerry Camp- University and was active in hell officiated, burial was in numerous charities. She was a Shenandoah Memorial Park. member of the Sulgrave Club and a former ball chairman for Project Hope She was also on MRS. BELLE A. LAMP Hope's acquisitions committee Mrs. Belle Aretta Lamp, 74, for Carter Hall and a member of the widow of Harold Clayton the Belle Grove Council.' Lamp, Jr 331 Porter Avenue, She is survived by her Martinsburg, W.Va died at 1:30 husband, the Honorable Joseph p.m. Tuesclay in Jefferson S. Farland, former U.S. Am- Memorial Hospital/ She had bassadortoPanama:Dominican been hospitalized for two Republic, Pakistan and Iran; months. four children, Brooke E She was born November I2, Farland, London, England; 1903 in Cherry Run, W Va. Page Farland Craw, of North, (Morgan County) a daughter of Va ;. Richard A Farland the late Daniel Garrett and Millwood, Va.; Christopher S. Farland, Washington, D.C. and six grandchildren. Funeral services were con- ducted Tuesday morning at Christ Church in Millwood with burial in East Oak Grove Cemetery, Morgantown. MISS MABEL E. HIGGS Miss Mabel E. Higgs, a former resident of Ranscn and a former Jefferson County teacher, died October 16 in a nursing home in Tucson, Arizona, following a ten year illness. The deceased was born June 3, 1894, near Staunton, Va, a daughter of Wilson A. and Emma Baugh Higgs. She came to Ranson at the age of 5, at- tended Stephenson's .Seminary, Charles Town, and graduated from Wilson College in Cham- berslmrg, Pa in 1917, She taught at the Darlington School for Girls in West Chester, Pa and in the public school systems in Ligonier, Pa and Harpers Ferry, Jefferson County, before moving to Tucson in 19,25 where she continued her teaching career at Tucson High School until retiring July 1, 1959. She is survived by three sisters, William M. (Wilma) Higgs, Rochester, N .Y.; Charlotte H. Andrews, Crater, Va.; Evelyn H. Ninprd, Dun- dalk, Md.; one brother, Oliver Woodrow Higgs, ver Spring, Md and numerous nieces and II~pheWS. A memorial service will be held at the Smith and Strider Funeral Home this Friday af- ternoon at I o'clock. Burial will he in the family plot in Edge Hill Cemetery. The family suggests that in lieu of flowers contributions be made to the Wilson College Alumnae Fund, Clmmbersburg, Pa 17201. Emily Alice Rankin Butts. Her husband, Harold Clayton Lamp, Jr died in April 1961. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Nelson (Goldie) Fritts, Ranson, W.Va. with whom she had resided since August 1968; Mrs. Franklin (Doris)Emery, Martinsburg; one son Curtis H. Lamp, Winchester, Va.; 4 grandchildren, Betty Lee Hammock, Ranson; Linda Lnu Viands, Winchester, Va.; Scott Cole and Mike Emery, Mar- tinsburg; 4 great grandchildren, and a number of nieces and nephews. M~s . Lamp was the last of 14 children. Serwces will be Friday af- ternoon at 2:30 from the Brown Funeral Home, Martinsburg, with the Rev. Roger Hanshaw or Rav. Temple Wheeler officiating with interment in Pleasant View Memory Gardens. Friends will be received at the Brown Funeral home Thursday this evening from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Two Masted F0r Two men have been arrested by Jefferson County State Police and charged with breaking and entering and grand larceny of the Shepherdstown Fruit Growers offices last August. Taken into custody were Charles Bittiuger and Marvin Taylor. Bittlnger, arraigned before Magistrate Peter Dougherty, was remanded to jail in lieu of S2,500 bond. Taylor arraigned before Magistrate E,W. Day, also went to jail in lieu of $3,000 bond. "Happiness is activity." ( II I; )r The possibility of providing aI In a special Thursday af- fulltime administrator for[ ternoon session the commission .JEDECO, Inc the industriali listened to a proposal for the development arm of the Jef-] installation of a centralized ferson County Chamber of[ telephone system in the cour- Commerce, was discussed at[ thouse, prepared and presented last Thursday's meeting of the] by Barry McAllister, of Jefferson County Commission.i Executone. Francis Frye, William Van Tol [ McAllister quoted a purchase and Doug Rockwell,[ price of $35,395 for the equip- representing JEDECO,Iment, compared with $26,000 suggested that the commission [ quoted by General Telephone for match funds allocated by the[a similar installation some Chamber of Commerce to/weeks ago. provide a salary for a full-time ! However, it was noted that in administrator. The suggested! the overall picture, Executone's figure was $7,500 for each body, t ultimate cost would be lower, a total of $15,000 I amounting to $5,478 a year, At the present time, the~ corn, ~p~ ared toGTE's $7.528yearl Y JEDECO office is not staffed. [charge. Barbara Landwehr, a CETA] In both instances, Ad- employee who coordinated[ministrator Ash noted, the JEDECO affairs, resigned forI monthly cost is lower than other employment Also[ current costs. discussed was the possibility of] Received by the commission hiring another CETA employee. I was a check from the West The commission took no firm i Virginia Racing Commission for action, but did charge County[ $4,412.47, covering the period Aammlstrator David Ash tot from October 3 to 21. a.dm. in!star the Bardane in- [ The commission also agreed to austrlat park development until I meet Monday, November 13, to other arrangements can be lcanvass the vote in the made [November 7 general election. In informational matters, Ash " reported that a private firm has TWO REPUBLICANS offered to undertake the . management of unemployment ',~rom rage J and wor ' ne gatinn over Republican Susan G Knott kmen s com n . claims f~r ~ ~v ~m.~.~--~ of Harpers Ferry. Moler, who char,in,-a se~" f"ee~ f"or"~"~'~ served two terms in the"House county emvloyee. This vlanwa's of Delegates previously from laid beforet~ County'Officlals Je!fersou County polled 2,302 Association meeting held votes to 2,~3 for Miss Knott, a recently newcomer to Jefferson County Also-'suggested st a state politics. meeting. Ash retorted wash This race was not actually an w-hereby cor~mties might decided until the two final pl -- ~ have the State invest survlus precincts, the Baptist Church of funds. It was explained,"Ash Charles Town and the said, that such a plan has greater opportunities for in- vestment resulting in better returns. The commission did put its stamp of approval on expansion plans of the Blue Ridge Moun- tain Volunteer Fire Department. The department, created two years ago, wants to build a sub- station farther up the mountain off West Virginia 9. This sub- station is expected to more adequately serve the'aroa since heavy equipment trucks, such as pumpers, will be driving downhill to most fires in the region. The commission had been withholding its approval 'until the expansion was approved by the county association of fire departments The establishment of the sub-station will not mean any additional outlay of funds on' the part of the commission. Administrator Ash also ~told the commission he is looking for $7,000 to pay part of additional work for the countryside sewer feasibility study. The work is required by the federal govern- ment, which is paying "75 per cent of the total costs with the remaining 25 per cent funded by a loan-grant from the state Water Development Authority. At this point, Ash said, the.WDA can't commit itselffor the $7,000 But, he said, if the county does expend the money, WDA may refund it at a later date. Sheriff's Deputy Robert Butt, who also serves as the county's humane officer, told the corn- mission that Dog Warden Cecil Beyd should take better care of animals housed at the dog pound. Burt said he and Deputy Robert Car went to the pound Monday, October 30, found no sign of food; with water dishes empty. He said algae and fungi rose to the tops of the dishes when he filled them. He also showed pictures of amaciated- looking dogs, which he said he took on Monday. The commission took issue with Burt's charges, suggesting the pictures showed only skinny ~ dog, and they asked that he visit the pound on other days t~ determine first .hand that the dogs are being well-cared for. The commission also noted that if dogs are not claimed within five days, they are destroyed. Shepherdstown Men's Club wore in. Molar won in 13 of the county% 27 precincts and gar- nered 50.5 per cent of the total vote. In the Shepherdstown district voting for the three seats in the house of delegates from the 35th District, the voters went for all three Democrats, going with Joseph Caudle and Clarence E. Martin, Ill of Martinsburg and Terry Thomas Harden, of Berkeley Springs, all in- cumbents. Caudle led the voting with 685, Martin had 636 and Harden 517. Douglas L. Minnick, of Martinsburg led the Republican voting with 376 votes, while Larry V. Faireloth also of Martinsburg had 338 votes and Allen Goldstrom of Berkeley Springs had 353 votes. In the three uncontested of. rices on the ballot, Robert M. Steptoe polled 4,039 votes for the State Senate from the 16th Senatorial District; Mary R. (Ginger) Bordier of Charles Town polled 3,903 votes for the office of County Assessor and Peter H. Dougherty, of Charles Town, polled 3,876 votes for the office of County Magistrate. Voter turnout in Tuesday's election was 6.3 greater khan the 35.5 per cent that voted in the November 1974 genera| election when just slightly more th,3n 4,000 of the county's 11,797 voten took the time ans trouble to vote The all-time record voter turnout in Jefferson County was in November 1976 when 74.6 per cent of the county's 12,952 registered voters cast ballots FERRY From Page I be utilized in installin residential connections for the town's new sewer system Another $130,000 has been earmarked for street and sidewalk repair Mayor Brawley, obviously pleased with the HUD grant announcement, said it is a possible forerunner for a three- year extension that could mean as much as $,500,000 yearly for the next three years for Harpers Ferry. He said if these funds become available, as expected, there will be public meetings to obtain input on proper expenditure of the funds for the good of the entire community. It's Tree Trimndng Time And We Are Reedy To Trim and If Needed '" Pml rly Tram Your Trees : Cd Us f af for FRH ESTIMATES SHENANDOAH. TREE SERVICE Charles Town,W.Ya PIIOI ssol AFTIR t ~ : REMOVING TOPPING.~ BRACING CAVITY WORK CABLING iliii~ ~i)! : '~ Francis Frye, prominent ~ ~::: Ranson Real Estatemani'~, as ~ !ii:::: i i,i foundingEconomic ne of the pioneers in'~ theOfDevelopmentthe JefferSOncor. ~"~ -~i }:)" ' ! ii~ i ~i I i~ poration, and who had been it,s }! ? ii ~. president from the beginning, was once again named to that office at a recent meeting of the ~ JEDECO Board. Other officers re-elected were: William Van Tol, vice l[ president; Allen Marshall, ! secretary; Robert Cain, treasurer; and George Vickers, assistant secretary. ' It was reported to the board that the process of reviewing contracts and specifications for the Jefferson County Industrial Park, located near Bardane, are being reviewed by Charles Town thePp~NC:p2p~EoRSa(~t:LIwT~S~t~eDI~p~)~aRre~ oSh t~n ;br~;e completionAtt rneyRogerof thisPerrY'review,Up nthey honored guests last Wednesday night, Nov. I, at the Hilltop will be sent to the Economic Ferry when the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce hon Development Administration teachers in the Jefferson County School system and at Shepherd offices in Huntington for ap- are: (left to right) -- Douglas Rockwell, Chamber presid prova) after which construction Frazier, Superintendent of Jefferson County Schools; Richar will get underway The beard also told of the Winchester, V a general manager of the General Motor Parts ] resignation of Barbara Land- near Martinsburg and Susan Wail, Ronald Smith and Vir wher, administrative director of Williams, representing the teachers. (Photo by Tim Sinn). JEDECO effective Oct. 20. President Frye has named a One of the largest gatherings of the General Motors Parts increased vo~ committee to interview ap- in some years was present last [ Division plant in Martinsburg. internal operl plicants for the job. Wednesday evening .at Hilltop I In his, remarks Nicholas not from thol House in Harpers Ferry when [ declared 'profit in any business dollar saleS. STATE POLICE the Jefferson County Chamber I is essential, because if there are period N~ From Page I of Commerce honored the new [ not profits there eventually will profit on d teachers who joined the County's [ be no business." from 6 to 5.1 Police. school system and the faculty of [ Nicholas stated that just last figures the sp An auto operated by Joseph P. Shepherd Co~L~e this year. [ week the General Motors that the so4 Christian, Jr South Church In addition to payingtrihute to [ company had announced a new corporate Street, went out of control on theteachers, the Chamber heard [ nine months record for unit much a myu Route 340 and ran through a fence owned by Roger Perry. a most enlightenin[ talk by ~ sales, total dollar sales and net the capital Richard Nicholas, of Win- [ profits. But he said the record and or expaS Damage to the late-model chester, Va general manager] net profit resulted solely from products wm vehicle was estimated at $3,000. A car driven by Earl M. - " available, Miller, Shenandoah J[mction, The s ~.~]~ some of the veered to miss another vehicle and slammed into a bank. being Damage was $500. There were and he no injuries. ~ =m question from aut In a rear end collision on II in the fu Route 340, cars operated by Howard Cogle, Route 2, Harpers The sp Ferry, and Donald Corder, 12th the gatt Avenue, Ranson, collided. ~ i ~ Imann' p' Damage was $500. Corder was Paperb~ the new cited for following too closely. As soon as signs can ~e~second "walk" period for/introduced erected, there will be no more I pedestrians. [ industry ' LIVESTOCK SALES "right turns on red at the in-I However, with right turns on I her at the, tersection of George and~red still permitted, it remained[Rockwell Washington Streets in mid-town [~fricult for anyone to cross the i Chamber The quotations of The Blue Charles Town. [ ~treet in any direction, t Ridge Livestock Sales, at The Charles Town Council,] In other action during the brief l meeting Monday evening, took ] meeting, Edward (Buzz) Cole, Charles Town, W,Va Monday action in an effort to provide~ thecity,s auditor, discussed the~ Nov. 6, 1978. pedestrians with a bit more ] most recent audit, reporting all Receipts of all classes safety at the traffic-plaguedl rinan~s in order. moderate. G~xi butcher steers, 47.00 to intersection. I Amen'm n I r ,'1 e m to two or- Mayor D C Maste suggested [ "ina e [ 49.50; plain to medium steers, /. : -- I o nc s went mrougn first I councu crank aDOUt no ngncl " ' ' 43.00 to 46.75; good butcher . reading One, dehneates the l turns on red But Councd, m the t heifers, 45.00 to 47.50; plain to . . '. i uunzauon ot emergency ! moou to oo sometnmg to medium heifers, 40.00 to 44.75; ~ eqmpment; the second provides alleviate the tramc promem at I ~ ^ good bulls, 49.00 to 52.50; plain to ~ ~ur a zme u~ nut le~s .nan ~zu nor l the intersecuon, movea im-~ medium bulls, 44.00 to 48.75; .: # more man ~]t~ mr re]lure to l memately to msutute no r]gnt remove weeds from r -" ! commercial cows, 40.00 to 42.50; n r,~ " I p openly I after being notified to 0) so utility cows, 37.20 to 39.75; Several weeks ago, the West] ] canners and cutters, 32.00 to Virginia Department of High-~[ The courtesy parking p~icy intl 37.00; stocker and feeder steers, ways installed pedestrian [ effect on downtown pa~ng [ 50.00 to 65.00; stock and feeder Control buttons on all four[ meters was extended, to[ heifers, 40.00 to 54.00. corners of the intersection. The [ Fehruary I. Council will cm- [ Choice to prime calvesl 84.00 buttons were designed to turn[sider eliminating the practke[ to 94.50; good butcher calves, the control lights red in allfour[ and reducing o~,ertime parking[ 73.00 to 83.00; medium butcher directions and provide a fifteen-" fines from. $2 to $I. ." calves, 62.00 to 72 00; thin calves, 61.75 to down; heavy :calves, 45.00 to 55.00; Good lambs, 52.00 to 54.50; butcher ewes, 17.00 to 27.00. Good butcher hogs, 49.00 to 49.50; medium butcher hogs, 48.25 to 48.75; heavy butcher ~hogs, 45.00 to 47.50; butcher sows, 41.00 to 44.00; heavy feeders and light butcher hogs, 40.00 to 46,50; pigs per head, up to 45.00; boars, up to 45.50. Miscellaneous Sale Starts 11:00 a.m. Livestock Sale 2:00 p.m. Each Monday. Some American Indians used to believe that an eclipse meant the sun was being extinguished, so they tried to rekindle itby shooting fire-arrowsinto the sky. NEW EQUIPMENT IN STOCK l--New Idea, 1 row corn picker 4--217 Bu, Gravity Grain Boxes 1--33' Grain & Hay Elevator 6---8-Ton wagons 2--5-Tonwagons 4 ---6-Ton wagons l--Ensilage Wagon, Kasten Rear Unload 1---1400 Bu. Corn Crib. Trade ln's on New Massey Fergurson Equipm.ent 1--John Deere 2010 Diesel P.S. 1--504 IHC Diesel P. S. with loader 1----444 IHC Gas P.S. with-loader 2--35 MF Gas 2--135 MF P.S. Diesel 1--235 MF P.S. Diesel 2--8-M Ford Tractors I--9N Ford Tractor YOUR MASSEY FERGURSON DEARER BAKER EQUIPMENT COMPANY Box I, Capon Bridgo, W. Va. 267 ! I NOV.9-zT PHONE: :304-856-3200 November 6, 1978 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Pleasetake notice that a public hearing will be held on Tuesday, December 12, 1976, at 7:30 p,m in the office of the Jefferson County Planning Commission, located on the second floor of the Court House Annex, 104 East Washington Street, in the City of Charles Town, to consider public com- ments on the following final plat which has been submitted to the Plaoning Commission for ap- proval: Type of Subdivision TypeI Name of Subdivider Shenandoah Development Corp. Title of [ Location Plat l Tuscawilla Route 13 (Summit Point Road) Hills, Lots approx. 2 miles southwest 212 thru 230 of Charles Town Size 8.6 Acres 19 Lots All persons and governmental units having an interest in said proposed project are invited to attend this hearing and make their comments known. The Planning Commission files on sub- divisions may be reviewed at any time during normal business hours. By Order of the Jefferson County Planning Commission Henry B. Davenport, President Nov. 9-1t I L! i the C~ age legL, did ag] Tt not t of Sh |W, COU thai pr of pt wit I Cent ~to the $C ne ~gain t