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1 ~p[rtt of JEFFERSON and FARMER'S ADVOCATE Obituaries/News Thursday, December 27, 2012 A7 Obituaries FROM PAGE A6 Methodist Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 6 to 8 tonight and from 6 Lottie V. Weller to 8 p.m. Friday Lottie Virginia Weller, 76, of Harpers Ferry, died Sunday, Dec. 23, 2012, at home under J.M. 'Mike' Brill Jr. hospice care. Joseph M. "Mike" Brill Jr., Born Jan. 25, 1936, in 41, of Halltown, died Sunday, Charles Town, she was the Dec. 23, 2012, at Jefferson daughter of Louis Lee Dillow Memorial Hospital, Ranson. and Fannie Mac Hardy Dillow. Born June 20, 1971, in Win- She was of the Methodist chester, Va., he was the son of Jo- faith, seph M. "Mike" Brill Sr. and Car- She worked in housekeepingolyn "Tinker" (Jenkins) Brill. for 25 years at Knott's Nursing He worked as a bookbind- Home. er team leader with Berryville She is survived by two sons, Graphics in Virginia. Allen Clark Weller and David He was of the Methodist Wayne Weller, both of Harp- faith. ers Ferry; two daughters, Cin- He was a graduate of Jef- dy Marie Chancy and Penny ferson High School, Class of Diane Combs, both of Harpers 1989, and an avid fisherman Ferry, five grandchildren; and and sports fan. five great-grandchildren. Surviving with his parents, A brother, Stanley L. Dillow, both of Ranson, and his grand- is deceased, as well as a grand- parents, Ronald and Vivian My- daughter, and her companion ers of Stafford, Va., is his wife, of 25 years, Norman Lee Jen- Heather (Long) Brill of Hall- kins. town; a daughter, Kylie Beth A funeral will be at 2 p.m. Brill of Halltown; and a sister, Saturday at the Jefferson Cha- Cristina E. Tins of Vienna, Va. pel, Ranson, with Pastor James A memorial service will be Royce officiating. Burial will held later. Melvin T. Strider. be in the Murrill Hill United Colonial Funeral Home, Ran- son, is handling arrangements. Memorials may be made to WVUH-East, Jefferson Memo= rial Hospital, 300 S. Preston St., Ranson 25438. Albert H. Moler Jr. Albert Harrison Moler Jr., 88, of Charles Town, died Sun- day, Dec. 23, 2012, at his home. Born Jan. 14, 1924, in Wilm- ington, Del., he was the son of Albert H. Moler Sr. and Agnes Mary (Krug) Moler. He retired as a general wood- worker with the federal gov- ernment. He was a member of St. James Catholic Church in Charles Town, where he was a member of the Parish Council and a collection counter. During World War II, he served in the Navy as a car- penter's mate, completing ad- vanced training in joining. He was awarded the Pacific The- ater Ribbon, Good COnduct Ribbon, American Theater Ribbon and the Victory Med- al. He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Jean C. Moler, at home; six sons, Dennis J. Moler ofCharlottesville, Va., William A. Moler of Charles Town, Paul C. Moler of Mills- borg, Del., Jeffrey A. Moler of York, Pa., Albert D. Mol- er of Laurel, Md., and Steven R. Moler of Shenandoah Junc- tion; a sister, Dorothy L. Dixon of Hollywood, Md.; 17 grand- children; and 14 great-grand- children. A sister, Mary A. Barbe, is deceased. A Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10 a.m. Friday at St. James Catholic Church, with Father John Ledford and Dea- con David Calvin officiating. Burial will be private. The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 this after- noon and from 7 to 9 tonight at Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home, 310 S. Fairfax Blvd., Ranson. Memorials may be made to St. James Catholic Church, c/o Social Concerns Fund, 49 Crosswinds Drive, Charles Town 25414. Spirit offers two types of death notices The Spirit of Jefferson strives to provide timely news of all deaths of current and former Jefferson County resi- dents. The paper offers two types of death reports. One is the obituary, which is published at no charge. It includes basic information about the person who has passed away, along with details on the memorial service and a list of immediate family members who survive. A black-and-white photo may be included. The informa- tion provided by funeral homes is edited to conform to the paper's guidelines for news. A second option is a memorial, which may include a larg- er photo or photos, additional biographical details of the person who has passed away, the names of grandchildren and other survivors as well as any other information that is desired. These notices are treated as advertisements and are not edited by the Spirit's staff. The cost of each death no- tice depends on how much space is required to print it. How to submit: Funeral homes should submit free obitu- aries to Christine Miller Ford in the newsroom. Her email The fax number is 304- 728-6856. Memorials should be sent to Mary Burns, the Spirit's advertising director, at Mary@Spiritofjefferson. com. Deadline: By 2 p.m. Monday for publication on Wednes- day. Obituaries are placed on a space-available basis, pri- oritized by dates of local services. For concerns about free obituaries, call Christine Miller Ford in the Spirit news- room at 304-725-2046. Questions about memorials should be directed to Mary Bums at the same number. BRIAN HOTALING @ Whether you are a Beatles the future, and time is not con- a good one. And I hope it is for I believe that God works best or not, 2013 is here. I am an op- fan or not, you must recognize cemed about how much or little you as well. But, in the English through ourplans and our labors, timist at heart, and I look for- that John Lennon was one of the you have made of your life. It is language at least, hope is not a I do not believe God is honored ward to a new year with great great musical minds of our age. going to trundle into the future method, nor is hope a plan. It in the haphazard Or careless.Yes, anticipation. In 1971, he wrote and recorded whether we are ready or not. So sounds so much like wishing we trust in Him, we have a great My prayer for you, and for p song that was a gentle protest while the time continues to pass on a star and wanting. Rath- faith in Him, and our hope is in our community, is that we will against the war in Vietnam, but us by, it is up to us to make the er than hoping to have a good Him. But hope in the original labor together to achieve that has become a standard for this most of our days. year, instead, let us plan to have Greek language of the Bible is a which we long for. That God time of year. Some of the lyrics No one else can live your life, a good year, let us take some different idea than it is expressed and people would be honored in are as follows: and no one is to blame for what active and deliberate steps, to in English. In our tongue, hope our midst, we all would be filled you have or have not done with take responsibility for our own is a wish, a desire, a feeling. But with the courage to achieve our Sothis is Christmas, and what the year that is past. We all rec- futures, by building healthy re- in Greek, it is a confident and heart's desires, that we would have you done. ognize that circumstances some- lationships, making construc- trustworthy expectation in that have healthy and productive Another year over, and a new times line up against us and bad tive financial decisions, taking which is secure, lives. Let us live not in regret one's just begun, fortune seems to make itself calculated risks, and investing To get the sense of the dif- or frustration over that which is And so Happy Christmas, and welcome like those cousins from our time and energy into that ferences in language, compare past and unchanging, but move a Happy New Year Nebraska. Still, it is our own re- which is beneficial to our lives your hope that the sun will rise into our future to with confi- We hope it's a good one, with- sponsibility to number our days, and families, in the morning to your hope of dence and that the peace and out any fear. to do what is within our grasp Often we spend our effortswinning the lottery. One is much prosperity of the Lord would be to take stewardship of our own on that which is useless and un- more worthy of hope than the multiplied in our midst. I am sure that you have a few time and our own selves, to own productive, and" still we hope other. Many Blessings to you, and favorite songs that speak power- up to our failures and to capital- for a useful and productive re- Whether you are contented Happy New Year. fully into your soul. This is one ize on our opportunities, suit. Life seems to not happen or frustrated at your 2012, it is of mine. This particular lyric re- The last line of thbse lyrics that way. So instead of hoping gone, history, and cannot be -- Brian notaling is the minds me of a couple of things, contains another element wor- for that which is unlikely, let lived again. All the regrets and pastor at Charles Town First, is that time is going to thy of thought. Lennon sings us plan, strive, and labor for the victories you mighthavehad are Baptist Church. keep on moving on, forever into that he hopes this year will be positive results we seek. closed with the calendar. Ready YOUR Source FOR N vs Call today to subscriber. 725-2046 0t Jaftta0n 210 N. George St. Charles Town, WV Over 20 Years Expedenee We will come to your home or office! David A. Camilletti Attorney At Law 103 W. Liberty St., Charles Town, WV (304) 725-0937 CRIMINAL DIvoRcE ESTATE CONTESTS 304-283-4738 "k AUCTION "k AUCTION * AUCTION * AUCTION * AUCTION ~r We will offer for sale the following farm tractors & farm equipment located 7 o~ miles South of Martinsburg, WV --OR-- 14 miles North of Winchester, VA off : 181, Take Exit #5 (Inwood) Route 51 East approx. 3 miles turn right at Shutt's i Cash Grocery - .2 of a mile to sale. : Approx. 25 Farm Tractors of various sizes, makes and models including 2040 : JD, 2000 Ford w/p/s & 4sp, 235 MF gas, 235 MF w/diesel, 786 Int'l, 698 MF, 5215 Duetz Allis w/loader, Case SC, 8N Ford completely restored, 9OlFord die- sel w/5sp, O14 AC, 2-100 Farmall w/FH & cult, 184 Int I, Farmall A and more. Approx. 150 pieces of farm equipment including Woods 3180 Batwing mower :. w/540 rpm (nice), NI manure spreader, NH 472 haybine, 5530 Hesston round baler, MX7 JD cutter w/54Orpm, 1-2-3 btm plows, elevators, manure spread- o ers, haybines, running gears, hay rakes, sickle bar mowers, yard rakes, post hole diggers, cutters, finish mowers, round balers, square balers, disc, 3 axle trailer, 2 horse trailers, 2001 Dodge p/u, riding mowers, Club Car golf cart, hit : & miss engines, wood splitter, tractor parts, shop tools, hand tools, generators, p torch set, box lots and more. .~ Check out our web site and auction zip for more details/ TERMS: CASH, GOOD CHECK kTSA OR MASTER CARD (CREDIT CARDSARE SUBJECTTO SERIqcE FEE). ID REQUIRED TO ACQUIRE A BIDDING NUMBER. NOTHING TO BE REMOVED UN/7L SETTLED FOR. ALL ,@/NOUN- : CEMENTS SAL DAY TAKE PRECEDENCE OVERALL ADVERtiSING. ALL ITEMS SOLD AS IS WHERE IS/ C ~0 Open Dally-Consignments Welco~ ~m~ilblm~e~l'fin~l~O~n 9 Bring,4 L~d-Buy A Load- Trade A Load N'(~'~"~NSI"-GN"~S"-: PI'-~'"~ net O~ ...... corse o4a .res, wooden v~naows I:ogar A. uonrer, Sale Manager o~vash. BONDED & INSURED WV LIC. #18 WEB SITE: bohrerauction.corn EMAJL: C; Edgar A. Bohrer, Jr., AucUoneer I_'UI I Pg(I R_'tR4 "~ WV UC.#1104 ID# 17712 Ivv~'l Illllll 11 < Z ~: AUCTION #r AUCTION * AUCTION * AUCTION k AUCTION :~ Located at the COCHRAN AUCTION COMPLEX NEAR HAGERSTOWN, MARYLAND, U.S.A. Just East of Interstate 81 at Exit 35 Off Interstate 70 FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 2013 7:30 A.M. SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 2013 7:30 A.M. NOTE: SELUNG EQUIPMENT & TRUCKS FROM: Selling After 40 Years of Successful Business, Mr. Bill Bandy, President of LAWNS UN- LIMITED, INC. Due to Health Reasons, will Completely Liquidate at Absolute Auction Large Amount of Equipment, Trucks, Trailers and Related Assets; Selling for the Estate of Marvin Mellott, Our Good Friend and Colleague, ALL WOOD SHOP EQUIPMENT, TOOLS AND RELATED ITEMS; By Order of The United States Bankruptcy Courts- Roger Schlossberg, Trustee- Selling Absolute; Selling for Banking and Lending Institutions; Washington County Maryland Government; City of Hagerstown 8 Other Municipalities; Washington County Sheriff's Department; ~ Other Regional Contractor's and Dealers are Participating! FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 2013 AUCTION BEGINS AT 7:30 AM - BRIEF LISTING ONLY! THOUSANDS OF LOTS Including: Wood Shop Equipment- From Estate; Shop Equipment Et Tools; (5) Tractor Trailer Loads of Retaining Wall, Slate, Fit Pits and Paving Block; Lawn Mowers Et Maintenance Equipment from Lawns Unlimited, Inc and Other Related Items; Restaurant Equipment and Supplies; (3) Tractor Trailer Loads of Building Materials of all Kind- 100 Round Bales of Pure Alfalfa Hay *Made Right*, 250 Square Bales of Hay, 100 Round Bales of Cornstalks- CONSIGNMENTS BEING LISTED DAILY!! AUCTION NOTE: MAY BE SELLING WITH UP TO (4) FOUR AUCTIONEERS AT ONE T/ME/PLEASE COME PREPARED/ SATURDAY JANUARY 5, 2013 AUCTION BEGINS AT 7:30 AM VERY BRIEF LISTING! - IMPOSSIBLE TO LIST! (86 +) PIECES OF EQUIPMENT Including: Sweepers; Track Loaders/ Track Dozers; Loader Backhoes/Rubber Tire Loaders; Hydraulic Excava- tors; Compaction Et Paving Equipment; Telescopic Et Straight Mast .Forklifts, Manlifts Et Working Platforms; (25) Skid Loaders Et (40+) Skid Loader Attachments; Large Support Equipment; Industrial/Farm Compact Tractors; Equipment 8 Trucks in Need of Repair 8 Parts; (210+)TRUCKS, TRAILERS Et AUTOMOBILES Including: Concrete Trucks; Rolloff Trucks; Mechanics/Service Trucks; Road Tractor/Dry Bulk Trailer; (31) Dump Trucks; Road Tractors; (82) Support Trucks; (52) Pickups, Vans 8 Automobiles to 2012 Mo. Yr.; Motorcycles/Collector Cars and (50) Trailers. CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE FOR DESCRIPTIONS, PHOTOS, DIRECTIONS ~ TERMS at AUCTION WILL DOUBLE IN SIZE BY SALE DAYll CALL TODAY! WE ARE STILL ACCEPTING CONSIGNMENTS FOR THIS AUCTION UNTIL WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2ND @ 5:00 PM **NEW BUYER'S PREMIUM APPLIES TO ALL PURCHASES** RATES ARE AS FOLLOWS: $0.00 to $3000.00 - 10% * $3001.00 8 UP - $300.00 FLAT FEE PER ITEM] GPS Address: 7704 Mapleville Road, Boonsboro, Maryland 21713 /'