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14 Death Of Jefferson County Man Results In Indictment Of Morgan County Resident Area authorities are on the lookout for a Great Cacapon (Morgan County) man in- dicted last week on an in- voluntary manslaughter charge in the death of a for- mer Jefferson County resident. Being sought is Samuel Barron, who had been questioned extensively by Morgan County law en- forcement agencies in the death last September 16 of Loring Roosevelt Jenkins, 47, of Summit Point. Jenkins, who was mentally retarded to the point where he could not care for himself, had been placed in the Barron home for custodial care following the death of his mother and the inability of other members of the family to care for him. In September, 1981, Barton informed the family (who reside in Jefferson County) that Jenkins had been taken to War Memorial Hospital, Berkeley Springs, for treat- ment of injuries sustained in a fall outside the Barron residence. The family later moved Jenkins to Winchester Memorial Hospital were he expired. According to medical authorities, Jenkins died of perotinitis induced by a punctured colon. A short time later Morgan County Prosecutor David Sevasten and the sheriff's department launched an in- vestigation which culminated in the grand jury indictment returned last week. In the meantime, Barron has been missing from his home for about the past six weeks. Jenkins has three sisters, Mrs. Sonny Burner, Mrs. John Davis and Mr. Tom Housden, and a brother, Walter Jenkins, all of Summit Point; and two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Crim, Winchester; and Mrs. George Jenkins, Sperryville, Va. A AA Ak AAL AAA  SILVER GROVE Mrs. Juanita Buzzard Dial 725-2240 L A A ALA AkILA. "'F* "V NF" NV P" "qr F* F" "qF" " Mrs. Sandy Higgs and Dougie and Tara were visitors on Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Grove and family. Mrs. Norma Smoot and Mrs. Brenda Jackson and Dana were visitors on Monday with Mrs. Sandy Higgs. Mr. Dale Grove of Glen Burnie, Md., was an overnight guest wRh Mrs. Sandy Higs and Dougie and Tara. Mrs. Sandy Higgs and Dougie and Tara spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. James Grey and Jason and Ronnie. Mrs. Annette Everhart and Karen and Robin and Trudy and Joshua Grove and Junior Longerbeam were visitors during the week with Mrs. Sandy I-liggs and Tara aM Dougie. Mrs. Sandy Higgs and Dougie and Tara were overnight guests on Saturday night wRh Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knott and Danetta of Harpers Ferry. Brent Smoot, son of Norma $moot, is confined at his home with the chickenpox. Mr. Jake Jacobs was a visRor during the week with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mrs. Frances Rodgers, Mrs. Norma Smoot and Brent and Regan; Miss Roxanne Everhart and Mrs. Shirley Chapman and granddaughter Amy were visitors last Tuesday night with Mr. aM Mrs. Allen Rudy and Waynie of Knoxville, Md. Mrs. Shirley Chapman aM granddaughter Amy and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rudy aM Waynie were visitors on Friday evening at Suburban {-Iospital in Bethesda, Md., to visit with Mr. Floyd Chap- man where he is a patient. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Everhart of Dargan, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cook of Brunswick, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Everhart and Cinda and Jeri Lynn and Mrs. Elrna Jean Whitehair and Brian of Har- pers Ferry were visitors on Sunday with Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mr. Raymond Waters and son Kenny were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Waters and family of Harpers Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walling d Hagerstown, Md. were dinner guests on New Years Day with Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodgers and Melange and Ronee. Mrs. Sandra Smith of Security Hills was a visitor on Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Captain Rodgers. Mrs. Frances Rodgers and Mrs. Norma Smoot and Brent and Regan were visitors on Thursday evening with Mr. Edgar Everhart and Wanda and Angle. Mrs. Sandy Higgs and Tara and Dougie, Mrs. Gloria Grove and Mr. Harvey I.ngerbeam were visitors on Monday with Mrs. Elsie Higgs of Engle. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knott and Danetta of Harpers Ferry were visitors on New Years Day with Mrs. Sandy Higgs and Dougie and Tara. Tara Higgs was an over- night guest on Friday night with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knott of Harpers Ferry. Mr. Wayne Longerbeam was a visitor during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cogle and Jennifer and Junior. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Everhart 'and Marsha and Eric of Valley View Drive; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cole and Tracey, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Everhart were dinner guests on Sunday wRh Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Everhart and family. Mrs. Sandy Higgs and Tara and Dougie were visitors with Mrs. Bertha Manuel and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knott and Danetta of Harpers Ferry. Mr, and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and Lisa of Fox Glenn, and Mr. David Stewart of Charles Town were visitors on Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and daughters Christine and Kelly and granddaughter Jessica. Mrs. Darlene Cole and Tracey and Mrs. Donna Everhart and Marsha and Eric were visitors during the week with Mrs. Sandy Higgs. Mrs. Juanita Buzzard and daughters Christine and Kelly and granddaughter Jessica and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and son Kenny were dinner guests on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Mr. and Mrs. Thurmon Piper and Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Browning had supper at the Golden Corral on Saturday evening, the oc- casion being Thurmon's birth. day. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Neidringhaus and daughters Laura and Kristi of Frederick, Md., were visitors during the week with Mrs. Gloria Grove and Ronda and Victor. Dana Jackson celebrated her 5th birthday on Sunday with a party given to her by her mother Mrs. Brenda Jackson at her grandmother's Mrs. Shirley Chapman's home. Those present were her sister Amy and her cousins Waynie Rudy, Jenny and Wendy Longerbeam, Stevie, Angle and Amanda Chapman, Melange and Renee Rodgers, and friends Dougie and Tara Higgs. Mrs. Sharon Longerbeam, Mrs. Susan Rudy, Mrs. Brenda Chapman and Mrs. Brenda Rogers. Refreshments consisted of a Hollie Hobby Cake baked by Mrs. Sharon Longerbeam served along with potato chips, candy, cookies, kool aid and ice cream. Dana received gifts and money. Mrs. Frances Rodgers and Mrs. Norma Smooth were unable to attend but sent presents. Brian Whitehair of Harpers Ferry spent the weekend with his grandmother Mrs. Vanessa Everhart. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and Chris and Mae and Lisa of Fox Glenn, Mr. David Stewart of Stiles Trailer Court, Mrs. Shirley Chapman and granddaughters Amy, Mr. Captain Rodgers, Mrs. Patsy Everhart and Cinda and Jeri Lynn, Miss Karen Grove and Mark Grove, Mrs. Vanessa Everhart, Mrs. Hllda Piper, Mrs. Gen Piper and David, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and Kenny, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cogle and Jennifer and Junior, Brian Whitehair, Kelly and Karen Greenwalt, Missy Long, Ann Staubs, Ronda Grove, Lisa and Angle Cogle, James Popkins, Joy Fiddler, Mrs. Norma Smoot and Regan, Tracey Cole were visitors over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Buzzard and daughters Christine and Kelly and their new grand- daughter Jessica Marie Buzzard. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters and Kenny and Mr. David Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart were dinner guests last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Stewart and June and Chris and Mae and Lisa. Mr. Herbert Cogle was taken by ambulance Sunday morning to the Jeffeson MemoriaI Hospital where he was admitted. Mr. Cogle is 93 years old. Mr. Lester Dillow of Kabletown Rd. was a visitor last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cogle. Little Randal Grove is a patient at the Trauma Center in Baltimore. Mrs. Hflda Piper was a visitor during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fritts of Route 340. Mr. and Mrs. John Nick and Jay and Iri of Valley View Drive were visitors during the week with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Piper and Pare and Roger. Mr. and Mrs. George Shipe are the proud parents of a 7 lb. 13 oz. baby boy, born to them on December 31st at Jefferson Memorial Hospital. This is the first child for George and Joyce. Congratulations to this couple on their new arrival. . Ak Ak Ak Ak Ak AL Ak Ak .dk A V r Np"qY Nr NF" "qr "qF" F" Nr MIDDLEWAY Naomi Barrow Dial 725-2500 AkAk Ak Ak Ak Ak Ak Ak de Ai F" qr F" F-,qr F- ,qr ., r -qr - There is a correction on the address for Rev. Glenn Stevens, who is a patient in a Baltimore Hospital. It should read Sinai Hospital, 2401 W. Belvedere St., Baltimore, Md., 21215. Room 641. Miss Kelly Grozinger was admitted to the City Hospital on Sunday for observation and test. Mrs. Elizabeth Dailey was a visitor this past week with Mrs. James Cain. Naomi Barrow was a Sunday lun- cheon guest. Mrs. Lilly Wllkens, Mrs. Pearl Rudy of Darkesville and Mrs. Myrtle Carter of Rock- vine, Md., were Saturday luncheon guests with Mrs. Stanley Dunn Sr. Mrs. Myrtle Carter of Rock- ville, Maryland is spending some time with Mrs. Stanley Dunn Sr. Happy birthday to Mrs. Sylvia Breeden who celebrated her birthday on January 10. Also to Mrs. Ruth Ann Myers who celebrated her birthday on January 12th. Mrs. Virginia Dunlap was a Tuesday afternoon visitor with Mrs. Vuth Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nicodemus were Saturday afternoon visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Johnson. Mr. Calvin Pierce entered the City Hospital on Monday SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, JANUARY 14,1982 for observation and tests. We wish Calvin a speedy recovery. Mrs. Darlene Springer and daughter Beth from Falls Church, Va., were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seal. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence. Ring Sr., were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. nd Mrs. Lynwood Heironimus in Brucetown. They also visited with Mrs Nannie Kackley. Theodore and Susan Garrett, and Michael Feigley of Moorefield wee Wednesday visitors with Mrs. Dora Feigley. On Sunday Dick and Kay Feigiey of Grantsville, Md., were visitors with Mrs. Feigley. Ben and Kay Vorous were Sunday visitors with Mr. aM Mrs. Gary Fritts and daughter Nicole. Mrs. James Cain was a Wednesday visitor with Mr. and Mrs. Huston Dickeuson of Winchester and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bush of Middletown, Va. The three ladies spent some time shopping in Front Royal, Va. Many from the community attended the funeral of Mr. Stanley Dunn Sr., that was held on Wednesday from the Melvin T. Strider Funeral Home. The service .was largely attended and there were many flowers Mrs. Mary Bruce Furr, a guest at the Knotts Nursing Home, will be celebrating her 92nd birthday on January 20th. Mrs. Eleanor Bowie of Rockv'e, Md., was a Thur- sday visitor with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kinley. Mrs. Lawrence Ring Sr., Mrs. Larry Ring and daughter Debbie spent Thursday with Mrs. Nannie Kackley in Brucetown. Happy birthday to Terry Dunn, who celebrated his birthday on Friday, January 7th. SYMPATHY The Village extends love and sympathy to the family of J. Ernest Watson, who died at the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mr. Watson was one of our Senior members of the Middleway United Methodist Church and will be missed by all who knew him. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kearns on their 50th wedding anniversary, which was on January 13th. Mrs. James Cain was a Friday visitor with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Butler of Mar- tinsburg. Mrs. Allen Ring visited on Friday with her mother, Mrs. Hilda Creamer in Harpers Ferry. Mrs: Creamer had a - fall and broke her arm some time ago. She requires therapy each week at the Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William Mercer, Mrs. "Paul Hough of Ranson, Mrs. Beverly Appell and daughter Tina were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kearns. Michael plitner celebrated his birthday on Friday, January 8th. He was treated to ice cream and cake by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Gray. His guests were Edge Orvine aM daughter Edge of Hidden River, Mrs. Darlene Bowling of Leetow along with his brother Henry. We are happy t O report that Miss Elise Mae Dunlap was able to return to her duties at the VA Medical Center after being a patient in the hospital there. Naomi Barrow was a Sunday dinner guest with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shirley and daughter Amy. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Nicodemus, Karen and Richard Allen Nicodemus, Mrs. Bertha Nicodemus, Tammy White and Kenny Ring of the Village, Mr. and Mrs. G.R. Welsh and son Randy of Shephercbtown were Sunday dinner guests with Mr. I[ I ..... and Mrs. Albert Nicodemus and sdon Lynn in Berryville. Mrs. Anna Gray of Happy Creek, Mrs. Edge Irvine of Happy Creek were visitors this past week with Mr. and Mrs. Michael Knighten Sr., in Hagerstown. Mr. Henry Plotner of Bunker Hill visited on Saturday with Michael and Henry Ploer. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dockeney and children Kisha and Christy spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dockeney and son Doug in Martinsburg. We are happy to report that Mrs. Joyce Pifer returned home after being a patient in the Winchester Memorial Hospital. Miss Melissa Wine from Bridgewater, Va., was a recent visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Dunn, Max, Jr., and Duane. The talk of Middleway is the cold weather and news is scarce for that reason. CHARLES TOWN Mrs. H. H. Hunter Dial 725-5239 OPERATION SANTA CLAUS WIND-UP. Operation Santa Claus, the Christmas gift program for patients at Weston State Hospital, was again con- sidered a success this year. The sam of $441. in cash contributions was received and a total of 338 gift-wrapped packages were delivered to Weston by Harry Blackford on December 18th. Through the generosity of many organizations and in- dividnals, Harry and volun- teers were again able to im- plement this worthwhile project that brought Christ- mas cheer to our citizens who found it necessary to be hospitalized and apart from home and loved ones at Christmas. A number of patients at Weston have spent a greater part of their lives there. We wish to extend our thanks and appreciation to members of the following clubs for their partic- ipation in O. S. C.; Shepherdstown Woman's Club, Charles Town Woman's Club, Kabletown Extension Homemakers, Charles Town Duplicate Bridge Club,- Harpers Ferry District Woman's Club, Leetown Church of the Brethern, Shepherdstown New Street Church, Woman's Guild of Church of Christ, Kear- neysville, Summit Point Baptist Church, Asbury Methodist Church, Charles Town Harpers Ferry Lions Club, WXVA Bowling League, Hedgesville Senior Citizens, United Methodist Church, Martinshurg, and Jefferson Extension Homemakers Club We regret.we are unable to list the long line of individuals who also gave gifts, money personally, as well as members of organizations. Pleasde accept our sincere thanks for your generosity. This program has been in operation for over 20 years; however, going over the records for the past 5 years presents an interesting fact in figures. Over this period of time, approximately $2,000 in cash was donated to the program and approximately 2000 gift packages were given. . as many gifts as dollars! With Seasons Greetings and gratitude to all from Harry and Jess, c&chairmen of Ope- ration Santa Claus. APPRF.LRATION Mr. Russell Druschel, Summit Point, passed away on January 8 after having suffered four years, with cancer. During those trying times, his wife, Isable a very close friend of mine, never " " [' [ ]| "J|l | ATLAS IMTPORT CAR MAIN STORE 685 N. Loudoun St. Winchester, Va. 22601  703/667.7i75 800/336-9878 Toll Free I II III II II I II Large Selection of Parts and Accessories for DATSUN-SUBARU-HONDAS And all other Import Cars and Trucks. Also Complete Machine Shop Servica. I A Foreign Car Parts House With Reasonable Prices. I HOURS: " [ Man. thru Fri. 8:$0 to 5 P.M. . Saturday 9 A.M. to I P.M. I I I I I I I leMle6@- cPl BRANCH STORE 104 Moffett Way Ranson, W.Va. 25438 304/725-8416 or 304/725-8417 I II II I faltered in the constant care of Rusty. In her quiet way she gave not only physical care but also great hope and en- couragement m ,glmng the dread disease. During the days before the funeral service, so many of their friends and neighbors expressed love and sympathy by giving of themselves as needed in this time of sorrow. During one of our con- versations, Isabel expressecl concern as to how she could extend in some way her ap- preciation for the great seeing their unusual collection attended. of Christmas decorations Also discussed waS which included very old toy Caesar. animals and the 40-year-old camp in Webster plastic creche, one of the first W.Va. and the to be made. Upon arrival at sponsoring an the party we were greeted by or girl to attend the a full grown deer which came July. Beppi within a few feet of our car, an some of the week's unusual sight to see so dose to and projects from town. The animal showed no perience of sign of fear of the callers, camp. THE LEMON HOUSE The Garden Club My nephew, Joseph Lemon Gifford, of Camp Hill, Pa. Saturday before spent the day with me last Day. This is the Thursday, Being of the Gifford sale held at the number of kindnesses shown clan, he and I had plenty of to her and her family. She .conversation regarding our suggested that through my - column may he one way to reach people. First I wish to express for Isabel her grateful thanks to all who read this. My further comment is this: It would be impossible for Isabel's friends to express completely their appreciation to one who has shared her gift of compassion, patience and cheerfulness in lime of need. She thinks and feels and cares for everyone. I cherish our friendship. NEWS BRIEF The picture post card I received from Arrah Mae Lehman on January 4 in- dicated she is having an unusually interesting time in Tokyo, Japan. Pictured on the card is the Ginza Tokyo Hotel in a quiet oasis in the throb- postal station. President home in Hollidaysburg, Blair announced that County, Penna. Dean, the Joe recently visited the Potomac District ancestral home of his will be the mother's side of the family, February meeting. the Lemon House in Portage, will be the state Pa. Joe's mother, the late "Littering." Jean Lemon Gifford, was one Tuscawilla is of the large family of Col. and headquarters. Two Mrs. Lemon a U.S. Senator at appeared so far. one time. end of 1981, the The Lemon House has been Association decided restored by the National Park fire hydrants Service and is a part of through participation Allegheny Portage Railroad, household. Each is the historical National Park. donate a certain Of special interest to Joe was toward the the restoration of his graM- hydrant in their mother Lemon's Herb Garden the needed amount is which adjoins the Lemon the hydrant will be House. As a Bicentennial The Douglass' project, the Blair Garden Club visit from Vaughn's planted herbs commonly used Mrs. Reba Foss of in the 1800's. Vt., from December bing heart of the world's biggest and busiest city. 450 rooms with private bath, shower, and color TV and is only 15 minutes from the airport and closest access to Ginza shopping area. Up to this point Arrah Mae Lehman has toured Tokyo, has been the Imperial Palace and Mt. Fugii. She visited in a private Japanese home and attended a Shinto Service. On a shop- ping tour she said she pur- chased three beautiful Idmonos because she couldn't resist their fashioned elegance. Her two-month vacation to the Philippines and Japan will end on February 16 when she plans to return to Charles Town. Mr. and Mrs. Falconer Smith entertained several friends last Monday at Ben I.e. Guests were treated to a social time, delicious refresh- ments and the pleasure of A ,l AI .4 A A Ak k,..4k a """""""""" Mission Cou00 Tuscawilla Garden Club held its regular meeting January 5th. At Kyle Baird's home. Helen Burch presented the program for the evening on various helpful hints and gardening suggestions. Several pamphlets and flyers were distributed to members on gardening hints. Sally McCully attended the meeting as a guest and perpsective member and was introduced to everyone present. Helen Burch reported on the progran, presented by Beth Hemingway and sponsored by the Potomac Garden Club in Shepherdstown Nov. 18. Five members from Tuscawilla Army Pvt. Max E. son of Mr. and Bowers of 726 Martinsburg, has the Hercules course under the One Unit Training Program at Fort Students struction in the disassembly of the Hercules guided in the d chhoard, launcher. 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