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10 John Burns Huyett, Jr 68, HARRY E. BARNES Services were conducted last Wednesday at the Johnson Funeral Home, Berkeley Springs, for Harry Edward Barnes, 64, of Berkeley Springs, who died Sunday in War Memorial Hospital. Burial was in Great Caca m Cemetery. SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1983 Born February 22, 1919, in Christian ChurchinSlanesville. term. And a number of educa- to the vehicle, $200 to the Expires; Was Buried Monday of the ]ate She was married to Edgar C. tion trips for students received broken plateglasswindow. Emmett S. and Mac Violet Wolford, who died in 1979. board sanction. State Police, who in- John Burns Huyett, Jr 68, a Charles Town ; a daughter Mrs. Nazelredt Barnes, he was Surviving are a daughter retired chief of staff for the June Robinson, Baltimore, formerly a clerk with the Ruziska Purschwitz of Brent- United States Senate Public Md.;ason, John Burns Huyett, Railway Express Office in wood; two brothers, Ted WorksCommitteeandacolonel III, of Arlington, Va.; a sister Washington, D.C and also McDonald of Capon Bridge, in the United States Army Mrs. Lelia H. White, Perry, served as a game warden in and James McDonald of Paw Reserves, died of cancer N.Y.; and two brothers, L. Virginia. Paw, three sisters, Maggie March 11 at the Martinsburg Randolph and Jack R. Huyett, Hewasaohartermcmherof Couchman and Tina Morgan Veterans Administrationboth of Charles Town. the City of Faith American both of Martinsburg and Alva Center. Services were conducted Research Center; was of the Hargett of Charles Town, two A native of Charles Town, he Monday morning from theMethodist faith; was a former granddaughters and three was born December 18, 1914, a Charles Town Presbyterian member of the Winchester great-grandchildren. son of the late John Burns Church. The Rev. Charles Ruritan Club and the National Huyett, Sr and Georgia Robin- Klotzberger officiated, burial Rifle Association. JEFFERSON HOSPITAL son Huyett. was in Edge Hill Cemetery. At- He is Survived by his wife, He graduated from West raogements were by the Melvin Phyllis D. Carbaugh Barnes,FROM PAGE ONE Virginia University in 1937. He T. Strider Colonial Funeral at the home, three daughters, stallation of sprinkler systems served on active duty in the Home. IAnda Darlene Rergman, to the first and second floors U.S. Army during World War II The family has requested Palatka, Florida; Freda Kay were let on June 10, and con- and the Korean conflict. He that memorial remembrances Crawford, Kcarneysvilie, and struction work has started in was wounded in action and cap- take the form of contributions Marye Susan Roe, Baltimore, August 1982. Coyle said with a tured during the World War II to the Charles Town Md.; abrother, LelandBarnes mild and open Wmter, workhas Battle of the Bulge and receiv- Presbyteria~ Church or to the anda sister, Lois Beabee, beth progressed reasonably ed the Bronze Star and the l~ar- American Cancer Soeiety. of Thomas; and nine gran- smoothly, with only some pie Heart. dchildren. "hairy" moments such as heavy rains which came He resided in the Active bearers were: L. Ran- WILLIAM L. BREEDEN through a leaky roof. But there Washington, D.C area for 30 dolph Huyett, Jr James D. William Lee Breaden, 62, of has not been any real interrup- ~years before returning to Huyett, Jack R. Huyett, Jr 405 North Preston Street,tion~ to the normal operations Charles Town in 1972. Dennis J. Doherty, John Ranson, died Tuesday in Jef- of the hospital, nor Shenandoah He was a member of Jackson O'Brian, John D. DeBell, Mark ferson MemoriaIHospital. Home. To date construction Perks Post 71, American I. Haskins, John Nootenboom, Born November 22, 1921, in work on the new addition is Legion, and the Forty and and Richard Campanelli. Stanley, .yirginia, be was the about 70 per cent complete and Eight; a memberof HenryKydo Honorary bearers were : Direc- son of the late George L. and it is expected the new third Douglas Camp, Sons of Con- tors of the Bank of Charles Clarenda BurackerBreeden.floor will be ready for occupan- federate Veterans; a member Town; Directors of the Bank of He was an employee of Me-cy this Summer, Coyle stated. of Kappa Sigma Fraternity; a Harpers Ferry; C. Manning Donald's Restaurant, Charles Coyle also commented on the member and elder of Charles Smith, Dr~ Guy F. Sutton, Town, and a member of thethree-year accreditation which Town Presbyterian Church; George M. Williams, AMS Shenandoah Bible Baptist Jefferson Memorial Hospital and a member of the board of Morgan, Henry V. Saunders, Church, Martinsburg received from Joint Commis- dir~tors of the Bank d Charles Dr.TayloeT.Perry, DonaldT. He is survived by his wife, sion on Accreditation of Town and the Bank of Harpers Phillips, Minor Williams, Dr. Mrs. Patricia Herbach Hospitals on July I0. Ferry. Arno Jewett, Col. Wayne J. Breeden, at the home; twoThe fiscal year ended Sept. He is survived by his wife, Moe, Gen. John W. Collins and Mrs. June Evans Huyett, John C. Elliott. ~ Mrs. Cynthia L. 30, 1982 with an occupancy Markley and Mrs. Lina A. figure of 86.5 per cent, Coyle Slanesville for Mrs. Mary School, outlined the many Wolford, 87, of Brentwood, Md facets of vocational training of. who died Wednesday March 9. fered by the "school which Ansel Peer officiated, burial serves the Tri-County area. was in the church eemetew. There was but one pers't~.el,III V Mrs. Wolford was born July action. Saundra S. Morelan'd- An automobile went out of A few tickets are still 8, 1895, in Hampshire County, was employed as a special c mtrol and smashed into the available for the big Lincoln the daughter of Marion and education aide at Shepherd- front of the High's Store at Fox Day Dinner-Rally which will be Laura Bennett McDonald. She stown Elementary School for Glen Tuesday evening, causing held March 28 at Cliffside Inn- was a member of Mount Union the remainder of the school an estimated $600 damage, $400 near Harpers Ferry, for which Mrs. Barbara Bush, wife of Vice President George Bush, will be the featured speaker. vestigated, said that Kenneth The affair will get underway TH R EE G. Smith, of Harewood Avenue, at 6:30 p.m. with a social hour FROM PAGE ONE Charles Town, was attempting and the dinner will follow at Cashier, and in 1960 was given to pull up in front of the stere 7:30 p.m. Sponsoring organiza- a promotion to Assistant Vice when the ear went out of con- tions for the event are the Jef- President, a capacity that she trol. There were no injuries and ferson County Republican ~ub, has held until her recent pro- no charges, the County Republican Ex- motion. Juanita has taken A Sunday accident at the in- ecutive Committee and the courses through American In- tersection of Routes 230 and 340 Women's Club. stitute of Banking, West cansed $2,700 damage and in- Tickets may be purchased at Virginia Bankers Association jured two persons. Judy's Shop in Charles Town or and other related courses held Involved were vehicles through the mail by writing to for hankers, driven by Walter L. Welty, of Mrs. Jean Jacobs, Route I, Box Since becoming the The daughter of Elsie P. Halltown, and Vicki L. Lynch, 112 Shepherdstown, W.Va the Vice President, a Simens and the late D. Wesley of Harpers Ferry. Welty was 25443. They are $15.00 each. quiring Maye, she makes her home cited for failure to yield the Reserved seating wil be ar- raining, and with her husband Arthurright of way. ranged for contributors of many. official Pierce in ~willa Hills. She Injured, and removed to$25.00 or more. Bush has chosen is the mother of two children Jefferson Memorial Hospital Mrs. Bush has lived a life the e-adication of and grandmother of three by Friendship ambulance, which reflects her husband's her spe( Barbara Bush Is Speaker For Lincoln Day Dinner March 28 grandchildren, were Brenda and Lisa Painter, varied career in business and Mrs. Beverly J. Merritt, both of Charles Town: public service, her involvement Reading Is began employment with James R. Levi, of Borryville, as the mother of five children tionwide Peoples Bank of Charles Town Va was charged with driving and her own energy and corn- children a free book in March, 1981 and worked in under the influence after he mittment to a wide variety of choice; she is s C/D and IRA Department, wrecked his car on Route 13 community projects. Laubach Literacy transferred to Trust Depart- near Summit Point. Levi sus- By virtue of her husbands tional, a world-wide ment, March 1962 and was rained minor injuries, service as a Member of Con- committed to elected Secretary. gress, U.S. Representative to literacy; She moved to Charles Town Jail Escapee k the United Nations, Chairman in 1980 from Boulder, Colorado of the Republican National in Washington, D.C a where she was employed at Still At Large Committee, Chief of the United and service Midland Federal Savings and States Liaison Office in the Pee- children with Loan1979-80 as mortgage loan Roger Lee Clark, who ple's Republic of China, and disabilities. proc sorandcloser;previons- escaped from the Jefferson Director of the Central In- ly employed 1970-79 at Newport County jail ten days ago, re- telligence Agency, the Bushes Nuclear Group National Bank, Newpo~ mained at large Wednesday. have lived in 17 cities and 28 Island and was promoted to The 24-year-cld Clark, who homes since their marriage on Assistant Cashier in 1977; escaped by prying open a win- January6,1945. 1965-70 as Junior Cashier at dow and scramb|.ing down from Grayslake National Bank, thesocondflooronabedsheet, Grays]ake, Illinois. She has was indicted last September on Five Men takenvario A andtwo co ts of and FacemJSm"---'"ng attended banking seminars, entering, To Show F'dm The Jefferson Nuclear vites the public to showing of the film Epidemic" at one of the Mank, bothofMiddleway; two stated. The Medical/Surgical Native of Missouri she was He is also wanted in EUGENE M. GIFFT MRS. MARY DILLOW sons, John Lee and James beds were 90.8 per cent oc- graduated in1949 frnm Gilman Washington County, Md on Charges in Grant Ch~ing lesl cati nSTown L )rarand Services were conducted Services were conducted William Breeden, both of Ran- copied, the OB beds 46.7 per City, M~ High School. breaking and entering, grand Monday afternoon from the Sunday afternoon at theson; four sisters, Mrs. Elsie cent, the Intensive Care/Car- Mrs. Merritt and husband, larceny and destruction of pro- A Grant County (W.Va.) day, March 21st at 7" Eackles Funeral Home, Rosedale Funeral Chapel, Mar- Ihle, Rippon; Mrs. Myrtle diac Care Units had a 71.7 per Lester, reside in Shiloh subdivi- perty warrants, grand jury last week indicted Shepherd College at Hall in Room 303 on T Harpers Ferry, for Eugene M. tinsburg for Mrs. Mary E. Rickard, Mrs. KatherineFurr cent occupancy and the sion near Charles Town and Law enforcement officials five Jefferson County men on March22at6:30p.m.; t , Gifft,75,ofBakerton, whodied Dillow, 79, of 304 Garden Drive, and Mrs. Barbara Rickard, all Pediatrics 102.5 por cent. their children reside in Col- have received a number of eharge of cattle rustling, tinsburg Library on iast Friday in Winchester (Va.) Martinsburg, who died last of Ranson. Coyle stated there were just oradoandMissuuri. "tips" on Clark's whereaboots, Prosecuting Attorney An- day, March23at7:00p Memorial Hospital. The Rev. Thursday in Martinsburg's Ci- He was precoded in death by nine days when the hospital had but none have resulted in his drew Frye said the men ar~ ac- the Harpers Ferry Lib Frank Nick officiated, burial ty Hospital. The Rev. Robert four hrothers and two sisters, t00 per cent occupancy.There - PSC RULES capture, cused of stealing thirteen sthers was in Pleasant View Memory Graves officiated, burial was in Services will be conducted were 55 days when the pThmU.~y March 24th 1 Gardens, Martinsburg. Pleasant View Memory Friday afternoon at 2/from Medical/Surgicalbedswerel00FROM PAGE ONE In the meantime, DonaldG. from tbe Grant county farms of The deceased was horn July Gardens. Shenandoah Bible Baptist per cent occupied, thosewho are currrentlyRissler, Jr indicted by a Harry Wilton, Jr and Clyde "~ will be no i9, 1907, in Bakerton, a son of Born October 19, 1903, in Church in Martinsburg. The The hospital recorded a total charged more than an federal grand jury on firearms Ours, Jr. charged. Formore the late Ivan and Lillian Bolivar, a danghter of the late Rev. Donald Smith will of- of 11,172 emergency ronm serviees~equitable share for warer sincetlmn, were arrested at theCharges in 1982, and missing to~ The~wofarmsareadjacenteaeh other near cal1725-5513 or GrimmGffft. Howard and Annie Reek ficiate, ~ will be in visits, from which 1,376 pa- In ruling against the Town's residence of a P, mnsonrelative ~thnmp ~ville. ~~ TwiG He was retired from Stan- Smallwood, she was formerly Pleasant View Memory Gal'- tients were admitted. The motion to dismiss, McDonnell by Ranson police and theActing on information unsj dard Lime and Stone Company employed at Virginia s Gift dens hospital's lab performed said, sheriff's deputies, gathered by State Police, those atBakerton, andtheE.DCarr Shop. Harpers Ferry~ She was The family will receive 170,599 tests, 28,880 of these be- indicted were Donald Adams, Reported Company of Springfield, Va~ a member of the Episcopal He was a member of the Church. Bakerton Church of God. She is survived by her bus- Surviving are his wife, band, George N. Dillow, at the Arelda Harding Gifft at home home: a son Howard N. Dillow, and one daughter, Fay Canfield Martinsburg; two daughters, of Sharpsburg, Md. Also sur- Mrs Janet Holder. Mar- viving are two sons: Bernard tinsburg and Mrs. Norton E. Gifft of White Post, Va and Haley, Baltimore, Md.: three Raymond S Gifft of Route 1. brothers, Willard Smallwood, Harpers Ferry. Five sisters: Charles Town: Howard Farrell Hudson, Violet Gray Smallwood. Baltimore: Lewis and Geraldine Gray all of Smallwood, Ranson; two Bakerton, Honas Gordon of sisters, Mrs. Helen Falls, Brownsville. Md and Mabel Bolivar: Mrs. KathrynFeltner, Andrews of Knoxville, Md.; one Charles Town: three grand- brother. Calvin Gffft of Sharp- children and three great- sburg; five grandchildren and grandchildren. two great grandchildren~ MRS. FAITH M. COON Services will be conducted CHARLES W. WALPER this (Thursday) morning at 11 Charles William Walper, 92, a.m. at St. James Catholic a former resident of Moler's Church, Charles Town, for Cross Roads, died Tuesday in Mrs. Faith Margaret Coon, 43, Jeffersonian Manor. of Middleway, who died Sun- Born June II, 1890, in day in Winchester (Va.) Shepherdstown, he was a son Memo~ Hospital. The Rev. of the late Joseph Louis and Father John O;Conneff will of- Georgia LeeJohnson Walper. fielate, ~! will be i~ He was the oldest living Pleasant View Memory Gar- rural free delivery mail dens in ~. carrier in'the United States, "The deceased was born May accepting an appointment as a 28, 1939, in Queens, New York substitute carrier in 1997. City, a daughter of Anton J. His other pursuits wereand Margaret GatesAnstett. varied. He was ~ as a A member of the Catholic carpenter-machinist, and a faith, she had been employed Naval instrument worker; as a mutuel clerk at Charles was a member of the NewTown RaceTrack. York Police Department;She is survived by her worked as a real estateparents, Anaheim, California; salesman; and was associated her husband, Joe Neff Coon, at with ana utomobile agenc in the home; three children, Brooklyn, N.Y. Mrs. Sarah Ann Hammer, He was a member of New Banson; Janette Renee Coon, Street,United Methodist Chur- and Andrew Pclleriti, at the chinShepherdstown, home; a sister, Mrs. Hope His wife, Anna VirginiaHarker, Anaheim; and a Humerichhonse Walper,brother, Anton J. Anstett, Jr preceded him in death April 3, Yorha Linda, California. 1982. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Nellie Gelson, Long Island, N.Y.; 3' gran- dchildren; 9 great- grandchildren; and 4 great- great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Christine Knott, Moler's Cross Roads; Mrs. Jean Webber, Pri~',~on, W. Va.; and a brother, Joseph L Walper, Jr town. will be conducted at II C-ross Roads United Omr,The Bey. Rbbe be in The will receive friends Melvin T. Strider Home FTiday evening from7 tog. GARFIELD M. KING ,Garfield M. King, 71, a native of Kearneysville, died Monday, March 7, in Elmira, N.Y. A son of the late Henry and Vernie Fletcher King, he was a retired construction worker. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Katie King, at the home; a daughter Karen King, Binghampton, N.Y.; two sons, Cornell King, California, and Tony King, with the U,S. Navy; one grahdchild, a sister Mrs. Irene McDowell, KearneysviHe; a number of nieces and nephews. Services were conducted Sunday at the Jefferson Chapel Ftmeral Home, Pamson. The P, ev. Edward MeDowell of. ficiated, burial was in Morgan Church Cern a 'y, Bunker Hill. friends at the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Euneral Home this (Thursday) evening from 7 to 9. JACK B. MYERS Services were conducted Wednesday from the Brown Funeral Home, Martinsburg for Jack B. Myers, of Route I, Kearneysville, who died Sun- day in Winchester (Va.) Memorial Hospital. Pastor Ellis Hess officiated, burial was in Rosodale Cemetery. Born February 8, 1940. in Moorefield, a son of Mac Reel Myers and the late Grover Myers he was a self-employed carpenter. He is survived by his mother Bunker Hill; his wife. Ruth Turner Myers, at the home; two sons, Jack B. and Joseph P. Myers, and two daughters, Carol J. and Alvertia M. Myers. all at the home; six brothers, Ralph, Raymond and Courtney Myers, Ridgeway; Johnny and Scott Myers, both of Winchester; Grover Myers, Be rryville. Va.; three sisters, Lola Myers, Ridgeway; Molly Fetzer, Idaho; and Bonnie Everhart, North Carolina. MRS. LOUISE HILL Services will be conducted Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Melvin T. Strider Funeral Home for Mrs. Louise K. Hill, ~, of Washingten Village, South George Street, Charles Town, who died Tuesday at Martinsburg Veterans Administration Cen- ter. Chaplain Chester B. Jolm- ston and the Rev. Alton Wilson will officiate, Imrial will be in Edge Hill Cemet j. Friends will he received at the funeral home Thursday (this) ev 4J from7 to9. The deceased was born December 21, 1909, in Harpers Ferry, a daughter of the late Eddie L. and Lillhm J. Reeder Edwards. She was a veter--n of World War II, serving in the U.S. Army; a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of Jackson Perks Post 71, American Legion; and of the Protest nt faitK Her husband, B. Hill, preeeded her in death in x e0. Her only M'vivor is a bmem" Kmmeth L. Edwards, 503 Euclid Avem ChaHes Town. MP,& MARY WOLFORD Services were conducted Sunday afternoon at Mount Union Christian Church, ing out-patients and 111,719 in- patients. A total of 1,852 surgical operations were performed at the hospital, 325 of these being o~at-patient surgical procedures and 1,527 in patients. A total of 351 births occurred in the hospital and a total of 3,854 pa- tients reoeived physical therapy treatment. While the hospital operating income for the last fiscal year was some $47,779.39 under the operating costs of the hospital, Bryan told the group that in- come from non-operating sources, exceeded this deficit by some $118,187.44, thus keep- ing the hospital, in a sound financial shape. Reports from the Hospital Auxiliary, the Nursing Staff, the Medical Staff and the Rouss and Endowment Funds in the Bank of Charles Town and the ROUss and Building Funds in the Blakeley Bank and Trust Company were also given to the t ormatien given in these reports will be can'ied in separate news stories next week. BUDGET FROM PAGE ONE John Ott's storage areas. Some sixty-eight books will be reprocessed from the pre- sent 14 by 18 page size to8% by 18 inch leaves, thus permitting storage of two books on a shelf where one now lies under the present system. The process is expected to take about three months. Ott had previously told the Commission heneeded the size reduction or additional storage space. The Commission delayed ac- tion on an A-9~ review which called for establishment of state educational brondcasl ng stations in Parkersburg, Mar- tinsburg and Keyser, at a cost of They asked for ad- ditional information before deciding to accept or reject the proposal. rods FROM PAGE ONE ticipate. 1"ne three best drivers will he for the statewkle competition in Moundsvillo. Taken undsr advisement was a request for $1,0o0, by DOn Hanelli in behalf d the pro- posed library in the Summit P "om Middieway area. A slide pmmtation, given by Kenneth M. Gamble, coor- dinator of student services at the James Rumsey Vo-Tech --the allegations of discrimination and evidence Schools Apply For submitted in support thereof are sufficientlyclear and suffi- cient to warrant Commission jurisdiction over the rate change. --the allegations and evidence filed indicating that the water rates were increased in 1980 and 1~ without a cost of service study to determine the costs of providing service to various classes of customers; the nonuniform increases bet-" ween classes of customers in 1980 and the rate increase in 1982 which compounds the alleged discrimination, con- sidered as a whole, are suffi- cient under W.Va. law to give the Commission jurisdiction to investigate the rate increase. ---earlier Commission orders in this proceeding are valid and have full force and effect. Bryan VanMeter, Steve May, Wayne Hartman and a Two Federal Grants juvenile. All are from the Charles Jefferson County Schools is Town area. making an application for a pre-school Incentive Grant Bolivar Council Fund FY83 and Special Educa- tion Grant. These funds are part of the Meeting Is Brief money received from the The Bolivar Town Council Education of the Handicapped held a brief meeting Tuesday Children Act. evening. , A copy of the project pro- After paying bills and hear- posalsisavaiinbleforexamina- ing several reports, the tion in the Office of Pupil Ser- meeting adjourned so that vices. Comments should be some members might attend a submitted in writing to the Jof- session of the Harpers Ferry ferson County Board of Council meeting the same Education. evening. State Police a~ the theft of two walnut log. The walnut log, Leroy Jackson, of dale, was ten feet eleven inches in was valued at $200. Frank A. Foight, of a 357 Smith revolver with a four rel, valued at $170. And Richard Route 9, south, disa~ of a Charter Arms Bulldog gun, 357 calibre, valued! 9rave space, marker and omer burial ~eceptade which, on the average, is not needed fur many years to come. A funeral trust agreement arranged with a licensed funeral director, on the othe~ hand, is an a~-~- merit in which the mone~ allo- casted in trust, deposited in an insured savinge i~, still belonge to you. Ask us for additional infur. matinn on pre-arrangemenm aptl. pm-~nancin9 plans, avail- 'able now without cost or .obl~tion. Since 1918 E ckles Funeral Home Robert Spencer Donald Eaekles Harpers F rry, W.Va. 254 25 (304) Jefferson Chapel Funeral Home N. Mildred St. & E. 7th Ave Ranson 725-5321