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10 tN MMORIAM James E. Watson, Sr., 94, Well Known County Resident, Expires James E. Watson St., 94, of a son James E. Watson, Jr., 213 N. George St., Charles both of Charles Town; three Town, died Wednesday grandchildren, Mrs. Charles evening January 6, in Jef- E. (Sarah) Ware, Mrs. Donald ferson Memorial Hospital. (Mary) Miller and James E. Born in Leetown February Watson III; nine great- 2, 1887, he was the son of the grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. late James E. and Margaret Frank R. (Mary) Simpson, a Roberts Watson. guest at Bon Air Nursing He was a member of the Home, Stephens City, Va. He Middleway United Methodist was predeceased by five Church; Triluminar Lodge sisters and one brother. No. 117 A.F. and A.M. for 69 There are a number of nieces years; and Sons of Con- and nephews. federate Veterans, Henry Kyd Services were held Satur- Douglas Encampment, having day, Jan. 9, at 11:00 a.m. in the the distinction of being the Asbury United Methodist only Real Son in the camp. Church with Rev. Charles Having been very active in Frum and Rev. James politics in the Democratic Chambly .officiating. Music party, Mr. Watson served in was by the Swartz Quartet of Jefferson County as Middleway Methodist Church. Democratic Committee Burial was 'in Edge Hill chairman, Sheriff and Cemetery with Masonic Rites. Treasurer, County Road Active pallbearers all Supervisor and Deputy Masons, were: Howard Assessor. He also belonged to Clendening, Edward Lee Pine, the Jefferson County Chapter Craig Kastle, Kenneth Fritts, MRS. HELEN SAYLES Funeral services were conducted last Friday from the Minnich Funeral Home, Hagerstown, Md., for Mrs. Helen Jane Sayles, 67, of 104 Hampton Road, Willlamspor;t, Md., who died Tuesday, January 5, at Washington County Hospital. The Rev. A. Bernard Coates officiated, burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery, Hagerstown. Born in Hagerstown, she was the daughter of Chester C. and Florence E. Smith Knepper. She was a member of St. Mark's Lutheran Church, where she was assistant teacher of Gleeners Bible Class of the Sunday School. She is survived by her husband, Earl J. Sayles, one daughter, Sue E. Kessler of Rt. 3, Hagerstown; one brother, Jack C. Knepper of Shepherdstown; and two grandchildren. RICHARD P. TETLOW Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon at the Barber Funeral Home, Laytonsville, Md., for Richard P. Tetlow, 76, of Boonsboro, Md., who died Saturday at Washington County Hospital. The Rev. Kay Bager of- ficiated, burial was in Parklawn Cemetery, Rock- ville, Md. Born in Washington, D.C. he was the son of Stanley and Nora Tetlow. He was a rded steam fitter. He was a member of the Steam Fitter's Union Local 602. He is survived by his wife, Mary Elizabethg Tetlow; two sons, Richard P. Tetiow, Jr. of West Virginia and Gary L. Beall of Boonsboro; one sister, Mrs. Margaret Hough of Shepherdstown and two brothers, Robert M. Tetlow of Bethesda and JohnS. Tetlow of Hyattsville; and four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. V.S. JOHNSON, $R. Funeral services were conducted last Saturday morning from the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home for Venning Sylvester Johnson, Sr., 73, of Charles Town, who died Wednesday, AARP No. 799. Stanley Zombro, Carroll He was twice married, first Johnson and Paul Ring. January 6, in Jefferson in 1910 to Mazie B. Remey at Memorial Hospital. Bishop Honorary psllbearers were: ..-ene 1. UAltimr -f Richwood Hall near Charles --o ......... " .il_ger, Howard I;. fieiated, burial was In Fair- Town. She died in December Harlafl Js, George CrY, view Cemetery. 1957. In 1963 he married Harold Buhrman, Harold The deceased was born Emma King Watson who Welsh, John OR, David Bell, February 6, 1908, in Jefferson pre-deceased him in January James Hammond, Roger County, a son of the late 1970. Ramey, Dr. W.E. Trussell, DeHerbert and Rosie Virginia Heis survivedby a daughter Laird Marshall and I.,ester Pendleton Johnson. Mrs. F, (Sarah) Humston and Link. He was a maintenance MRS. JANE KENAMOND Mrs. Jane Perry Kenamond, 68, a native of Martinsburg, died January 4 in Hattieshurg, Mississippi. A former resident of Jackson, Mississippi, she moved to Hattiesburg 20 years ago where she served as a teacher and administrator in the public schools until her retirement in 1977. She was a charter member of Alpha Beta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma as well as numerous other professional organizations, and was a member of Westminste Presbyterian Church., She is survived b'y her husband, Dr. Frederick D. Kenamond, at the home, a former resident of Shepherdstown; thrde daughters, Mrs. Boyd L. (Ann) McPhail, Metarie, La.; Mrs. Don L. (Caroline) The deceased was married August 28, 1936 to the former Esther Vivian Schwegler, who resides at the home in Shannondale. He is also survived by two sons, Robert Bruce McIntosh of Wheaton, Md., and Howard Wesley McIntosh, of Baltimore, Md., two grandchildren, and four sisters, Mrs, Ruth Hubbard, and Mrs. Edith Hall, beth of Clay Center, Kansas; Mrs. Mabel Monroe of Yuba City, California and Mrs. Lucille Dendurent of Leeds, Mass. Funeral services will be held this morning -- Thursday -- at 10:30 from the Murrili Hill Methodist Church with the Rev. Frank Mentzer, pastor, officiating. The remains will then be taken to the Hiss United Methodist Church Harford Road, Baltimore, Md., for services at 2:30 p.m. by the Rev. Matt W. Bott. Grubbs, Laurel, Mississippi; Mrs. Charles G. (Mary Burial will be made in Dayne) Gre.gg, of Hat-t Delaney Valley Memorial tiesburg; nine grandchildren Gardens, Rockvflle, Md. and three cousins. Servi-,s were conducted MRS, EMMA LOCKE Jan. 7 Hattiesburg with Funeral services were intermem ere. conducted at the Hall Funeral ' Home, Purcellville, Va., HOWARD W. McINTOSH Decerr2)er 28, for Mrs. Emma Howard Wesley McIntosh, Marie Locke,63, of Leesburg, 77, of the Shannondale Va., who died December 25 at Loudoun Memorial Hospital. The Revs. Robert Ltngle and Gerald Goss officiated, burial was in Hfllsboro Cemetery. She was born at Middleburg on Sept. 15, 1918 and was a daughter of Harley F. and Annie Suddeth Kirkpatrick. Development section of Jefferson County, was pronounced dead on arriva.1 at Jefferson Memorial Hospital Monday. The deceased was born in Blue Rapids, Kansas, Feb. 10, 1904, a son of the late Robert M. and Sara Ann McIntesh. He was associated with the Survivors are he husband, United States Treasury F, dmund Nelson Locke Sr., Alcohol Tax Unit for some 35 five sons, Edward F. of The years having retired in 1971. Plains, Edmund N. Jr. and He was a member of the Thomas A. of Berryville, Murrlll Hill Methodist Church, Loroy of Hamilton and Ray S. the American Association of - of Leesburg four daughters, Retired Persons Jefferson Mary Anne, Helen L. Russell County Chapter; was choir of Round 'Hill, Barbara L. director for the Murrlll Hill Kerr of Berryvllle and Gloria J. Riley of Harpers Ferry; four brothers, Webb Kirk. patrick and Lloyd Kirkpatrick of UppervLlle, Raymond Kirk- patrick of Middleburg and Methodist Church; a charter member of SPEBSQS A of the Dandalk, Md., Chapter; was a member of the Shannondale Garden Club; was a member visory board,.and treasurer of the church building fund. of the Choir of Hiss United Girley Kirkpatrick of Mted-,odlst Church, Parkville, Lanham, Md.; two sisters, Md., and also served as a Eva Flynn of He'ndon and member of the church ad, Lala Cole of King George, Va.; 17 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. employee of the Charles Town Turf Club. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Rose Johnson, Baltimore, Md. ; two daughters, Mrs. George (Estelle) Cooper, Laurel, Md.; Mrs. James (Florance) Jones, Baltimore; two sons, Venning S. Johnson, Jr., Rochester, N.Y.; Robert E. Johnson, Charles Town; 15 grandchildren; and 2 great- grandchildren. FRANKLIN L. ANCELL Franklin Lee Ancell, 31, of Kearneysville, died last Saturday evening in City Hospital, Martinsburg, a victim of injuries sustained in a single car accident on State Route 9 south of Martinsburg. The deceased was born August 2, 1950, in Harrison County, a foster son of Robert Lee and Pauline Wise Copenhaver of Shinnton. He was employed in con- struction as'an autonmtic machine and heavy equip- ment operator. He is survived by his foster parents: his wife, Linda Knighten Ancell, at the home, two sons, Robert h Ancell, at the home; Elvis Wayne Artls, Martinsburg; two daughters, Michelle L. andJo Ann Ancell, both at home; two brothers, Franklin E. Ancell, and Ronald Lee Ancell Martin, both of Clarksburg. Services and burial were in Lmnberport, W.Va. F,H. MYERS, SR. Funeral serviceS were held December 31 at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Purcellville, Va., for Frederick H. Myers, St., of Lovettsville, Va., who died December 28 at Loudoun (Va.) Memorial Hospital. He was 76 and a retired custodian of Blue Ridge Middle School at PurcellviUe. Survivors include his wife, Mary F. Myers; three sons, Frederick H., Jr., of Franklin, Tenn., David R. of Annandale, and Samuel of Lovettsville; three daughters, Roselee Reed of Harpers Ferry, Helen Thomas of Purcellville and Irene Cromwell of Pensacola, Fla.; a sister, Anne Bell of Ashburn; a brother, Robert C. Myers of Lovettsville and 11 grandchildren. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 14,1982 Russell Dmschel, 78, Community Leader, Dies Jan. 8 Jefferson County paid its last respects to a valued community leader Monday af- ternoon, January 11, as Russell H. Druschel's of Summit Point was laid to rest at the Masonic Cemetery at Middleway. Mr. Druschers dedication to public service touched many lives. He will particularly be remembered for his many contributions to civic gathering and bringing street lights to Summit Point. He was past president of the Summit Point P.T.A. and the South Jefferson Ruritan Club. A member of the Triluminar Masonic Lodge 117 AF & AM at Middleway, he founded and organized the New .Castle, Pennsylvania "Meals on Wheels" program. Born August 29, 1903 in New Castle, Mr. Druschel was the son of Annabel] Pascoe and Henry C. Druschel and the grandson of an English stonecutter. He named the Summit Point home he loved "Penryn" after the village of his ancestors in Cornwall. He died last Friday at his home. Following graduation cum laude from the School of Enginerring at the University of Pittsburg in 1927, Mr. Druschel became a professional civil engineer. Highlights of his long career included helping to build the New York subway system and surveying land in Jefferson County originally marked out by George Washington. Mr. Druschel was a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers, vice- president of the Pennsylvania State S0iety of Professinal Engineers, and president of the Midwest Pennsylvania chapter of Proffesional Engineers ,who once named him ',Engineer of the Year." In his thirty years with" the U.S. Steel Corporation, he was plant engineer of the Moler Limestone company in Millville, West Virginia, and at the time of his retirement, he supervised the Eastern Lands division. Mr. Druschel is survived by his wife Isabel Mackey Wat- son Druschel, originally of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania; sisters: Mrs. Essel Cross of Spokane, Washington and Mrs. Dorothy Gardener of McKeesport, Pennsylvania; dadghters: Mrs. Isabel Danley of Springfield, Virginia and Mrs. Martha An- ne Mclntosh of "Travelers Rest", Kearneysville; and 'grandchildren: Keith Russell Mclntosh, Lane Eric Mcln- tosh, and Isabel Elizabeth Daniey. Mr. Druschers brother William P. Druschel of New Castle, Pennsylvania died in 1971. Mr. Druschers pastor, the Rev. Richard Neal of St. Thomas Lutheran Church, Charles Town conducted the funeral service. Bob McCor- mick, Paul Chapman, and Skinner Poston served as honorary pallbearers, with ac- tivebearers Leroy Cheshire, Jimmy Lemen, Dick Berrs, Bob Cronise, Dick Schmidt, and Bob Whitmore. The family requests the memorials be made to St. Lutheran Churchor to the Jef- ferson County "Meals on Wheels," P.O. Box 565, Charles Town, West Virginia 2,5414. MRS. SULA REAVES Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon from the Brown Funeral Home, Martinsburg for Mrs. SUb DeHaven Reaves, well- known educator, church woman and civic leader, who died last Thursday at her MurUnsburg home. The Rev. Albert Burton officiated, burial wa in Rosedale Cemetery. Born in Morgan County June 4, 1902, she was a daughter of the late Bennett M, apd Daisy D. Bishop Deltaven. A teacher for 42 years in Berkeley County she began in a one,room school at Welltown School in the Hedgesville District. Transferring to Martinsburg in 1922, she taught in Winchester Avenue and Burke Street school and a social studies teacher at Martinsburg Junior High School, retiring in 1962. She was an active and faith- ful member of Trinity United Methodist Church for over 50 years, having served as a teacher of the Philathea Class of the church for 25 years. She was a life member of the United Methodist Women and a former lay member of the Baltimore Conference. She was a member of the Mar- Unsburg Woman's Club and a former chairwoman of the Business and Professional Department. She was active in the Regional Girl Scout program, Berkeley County Civic Theater, Shenandoah Valley Hobby Club, Salvation Army Auxiliary, and was past president of the City Hospital Auiliary. Active'in the United Daughters Of the Confederacy she was past president of beth the Martinsburg Chapter and the W.Va. Division of the U.D.C. Aug. 29, 1962, she married Dr. Robert L. Reaves and moved to Latta, S.C., where she resided until his death Feb. 26, 1966, when she returned to Martinsburg. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Carlton (Virginia) Stuckey, Fahrney-Keedy Nursing Home, Boonsboro, Md., and Mrs. Kenneth (Elizabeth) Knode, Shepherdstown; three nieces, one nephew and several great- nieces and great-nephews. H. VAUGHN BROWN Funeral services will be conducted this (Thursday) afternoon at 2 at the Brown Funeral Home, Martinsburg, for H. Vaughn Brown, 226 Woodrow Avenue, Mar- tinsburg, who died Tuesday morning in City Hospital. The Rev. Robert A. Miller will officiate burial will be in the Masonic Cemetery at Mid- dleway. Born June 25, 1907, in Berkeley County, he was a son of the late Charles and Bessie Simpson Brown. He was employed at the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad shops for 29 years, retiring in 1969. He was an active and faithful member of Moler Avenue Church of the Brethren and of the Men's Bible Class, He was preceded in death by his first wife, Helen Virginia Miller Brown. He is survived by his second wife, Mary Janney Brown, at the home; two daughte/'s, Mrs. Leighton (Betty) Miller, Martinsburg, and Mrs. J.F. (Dorothy) Mills, Shepherd- stown; five grandchildren, Julie, Matthew and Michael Miller, Shepherdstown; Gary Mills, South Bend, Ind.; and Kevin Englebright, Mar- linsbm'g; one great-grandson; a brother, Murrell Brown, Martinsburg; a sister, Mrs. John (Lillian) Shields, Martinsburg; and a number of nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Hilton and Raymond Brown. JOHN D. BAGENT John David Bagent, 59, of Shenandoah Junction, was found dead in his parked car at Shenandoah Junction Tuesday, a victim of natural causes. The deceased was born at MiUville July 12, 1922, a son of the late Howard David and Minnie B. Donavan Bagent. He was a retired painter and a veteran of the U.S. Navy serving in World War Two. He is survived by a brother, Paul Vernon Bagent, RFD, Charles Town; a half-brother Samuel Bagent, Bardane; and two half-sisters, Mrs. Bernard (Blanche) Sen- cindiver, Shepherdstown and Mrs. Mary Fultz, Charles Town. Funerfil services will be conducted Friday afternoon at 2 at the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home. The Rev. William Reed will of. ficiate, interment will be in Bunker Hill Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home this (Thursday) evening from 7 to 9. FOUR PROMINENT (FROM PAGE 1) School Bond, United Way, Jefferson Fine Arts Association. Mr. Hunt is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Library. In summing things up Dr. Van Metre was extremely complimentary of all those who have lent their time to the "Community Action Campaign." He is especially pleased with the results to date of the Medical Staff. Acting asCo-Chairman of this division are Dr. L. New Law Has Created Real Problems For Some Veterans Beginning with World War Two, it has been popular practice in Washington for the Congress of the United States to show special preference to veterans of the Armed Ser- vices. One of these perquisites (until only recently) was the right of a veteran honorably discharged from the service and unable to find a job to collect unemployment compensation through his State Employment, Security Service. No more.. Under an act of Congress (apparently passed in conn- IL ection with reduction of the budget), a serviceman who has the option of reenllsting in the service, but opts to be discharged, cannot collect unemployment payments. According to Bill Rich, who heads up the unemployment service for the Eastern Panhandle in Martinsburg, this new rule was retroactive to July I, 1981, although passed by Congress and okayed by President Reagan on August 13, 1981. Rich noted that a ser- viceman who separates operator, or as: from theservice andwhois secondary not eligible for reenlistment dairy farming. can collect unemployment him is more payments. Asked how the compensation payments are Asked financed, he said general discharge time that revenue funds are pledged in not be eligible the budget adopted by ployment Congress to pay Federal said he was only workers or veterans who are to the proper time to eligible for such payments. Employment Rich noted that the law has to make himself created problems for some unemployment. veterans and has come as a surprise to many. addition to cutting The Spirit learned of the Congress might have problem through a telephone this change ,call from Robert Kam- incentive, to merdiener, of Summit Point, services. discharged from the United States Army November 6 after A Berkeley three years of voluntary Jeffery R. Myers, service, public on the Kammerdiener, unable to bitter letter noted fred work, applied to the discharged in Augu  Employment Security Office work the same for employment and-or Winchester, Va., wsS compensation payments and two months later learned, much to his dismay, applying for that he was not eligible for was told he was not compensation. Which prompted Nor have they been able to ask, in his public find him work in his Army- this America's trained field as a teletype veterans?" YET Program Approved By School Board The Jefferson County Board of Education Monday evening approved, for another year, the Youth Employment Training Program, effective February 1 through Sep- tember 30, 1982. It will be directed again by Sam Stanton, be funded by approximately $74,000 in state and federal funds, and provide counseling and possible employment for up to 23 disadvantaged youth. Those applying for the YET program will be interviewed, with final approval for par- ticipation in the program resting with the West Virginia Job Service Program in Martinshurg. The board delayedeqval of standards for the Education of Exceptional Children until the next board meeting January 25. In teacher personnel action, the board employed Elizabeth Neal, ESAA teacher at Ranson Elementary, on a full- time basis; and approved Leah Henderson, Patrick McManus and Martha Putz as substitute teachers. Accepted was the resignation of Sharon N. Hancock, first grade teacher at North Jeffson Elemen- tary; and the resignation of William A. Lawrence as girls' softball coach at Jefferson High School. In supporting services, Deborah Bane was approved as a substitute cook, and Donald Crawford as a sub. stitute custodian. authorRies. On Monday, Wilmoth said that additional soil testing and testing of the lime-sulphur pile and surrounding area would have to he done bdore any further action is taken. A National Fisheries Center spokesman has been quoted as saying he's pleased that a hard look is being taken at possibility the lime-sulphur pile may be contaminated with pesticides. The center's water supply is partially fed by a Spring in the area of the county's landfill and the now disrupted lime-sulphur pile. This follows on the heels of a controversy over whether or not sludge, damped by the 3-M Company at the county land- fill, might contain dangerous chemicals. That controversy has been going on since last August, involving 3-M, the fisheries center, private citizens, the State Health Department, the Department of Natural Resources and the Jefferson County Corn-' mission. The dispute there is whether or not tests of the sludge, carried out by 3-M tell the true story. Private sources reportedly are conducting their own tests, as agreed to with the county commission, but their results have been slow in coming. WINTER From Page 1 the residence of Terry Custer on West Liberty Street. Damage was minor. As a result of Wednesday morning's snowfall, and a prediction there might be five inches or more before it en- ded, schools throughout the Eastern Panhandle were closed for the day. Gunshot Kills Young Woman West Virginia State Police are continuing their in- vestigation into the death of a 26-year-old Shannondale resident, Diane Simpson, who died Monday of a gunshot wound to the head. When the shooting was discovered, Simpson was removed to Jefferson Memorial Hospital, then transferred to Winchester Memorial Hospital where she died. An autopsy was scheduled to be performed by Virginia authorities. Officers said that preliminary findings indicate the fatal wound was probably self-inflicted. Mildred Williams and Dr. Said Outstanding Pvt. Tony D. McDoualdjson of Shirley McDonald of 115 Mordlugton Manor, Charles town, has been named out- standing soldier of the quarter in Augsburg, West Germany. The soldier was picked from a select group of peers who were judged on military bearing and knowledge, professional skill and exemplary behavior. McDonald is a petroleum. supply specialist with the 2rid Support Command. Teri Gracey In County Works On Martha T. Teri above, daughter Elizabeth GraceY Brooke 'is currently ternship in the Jefferson County Attorne The work she is provide credits aduam in my (Va.) College, majoring in public administration. pleted work in ministration in graduated from High School in 19711 In the she'll be developing a ordinance, as a general office Upon graduation work either in a doing research government 'town. She may graduate school At Ferrurn beeh involved in Affairs and Club, and the Fellowship. organize the serving as its the past two and a she has been a staff member, has ! an aide to the president, and volved in the the Ferrum (Photo by Scan Ring, Bayles, Jenn Dawn Berry, Kendall Carr, Forman, Deug Cristina Brill Rinaldi. 78 Students At Jennifer Morris, Kelli Cruz, Maheswaran added, "If the The list of honor students by Medical Staff continnes this grades follows: pace, we'll pledge in excess of  FIRSTGRADE $100,000." Trevor Porter, Troy' Backett, Stacie Bowers, OLD SLUDGE Rebecca Long, Stephanie From Page 1 Hostler, Deena Viands, Autumn Costello, David contained p-estictdes, reduced McDaniel, Angela Jones, to a basement by the fire.was Randy Lease, Tiffany Marcus later sealed off with a con- and David Pulse. crete slab. This was ac- SECOND GRADE complished, company officials Shawn Holmes, MeUssa said, through consultation Mills, Jennifer Martinez, with Federal, State andlocal Catherine Iden, Elaine Byers, John Caniford, Russell Jennings, Titus. Dianna Longerbeam, Rhonda Wilt, Mary Oft Kidwell. Mary Scldll, dler, Lea Prolzt. Vettivelu Maheswaran, who of the school year with a announced that a total in scholastic average high excess of $25,000 has already enough to be named to the been raised. This figure is school's honor roll. And extremely encouraging ironically it was the second considering that it only grade's who had the largest represents 1981 year-end number of students on' the contributions. Dr. coveted roll, atotaof16. A total of 78 students at tim Terry Ranson Elementary School Alger, Michelle' finished the second six weeks Jolene Poling, Ranson School on Honor Roll Sowers, Tubby Bile, Shelia Henry, Regan ult