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8-Hinton Tu-es. Oct. 11, 1983 Q % THE HISTORIC ROSE BUILDING Hinton's oldest three story stntcbire met a flrey death Inan a blaze ', kt county City omen fought desparably to save but were uncessessfal. SCOTT William R. (Randy) Scott, 49, formerly of Hinton died Fri- day October 7 in a Charlott- esv:i.'lle, Va., hospital of natural causes. Born June I, 1934, in Hinton, he was a son of William Paul and Maycle Light Scott of Talcott. Mr. Scott was a retired school employee for the Fairfax Co- unty school system, a member of the Orlean United Methodist Church of Orlean, Va., a grad- uate of Marshall University and received his masters de- gree from George Washington University. Other survivors include his wife, Connie Frye Scott; a son, Michael Scott of Greeley, Col.; a daughter, Carrie Seenan of Germany; two brothers, Jack and Steve Scott, beth of Hinton. Graveside rites were held Monday October ll at 4 p.m. in the Oak Grove Cemetery at Ballengee. There was no visitation. The EM. Meadows Funeral Home in Hinton was in charge of arrangements. CLAY Mrs. Harriet Clay, 93, formerly of Summers County, died Saturday October 8 in a Buffalo after a long illness. Born Sept. 2, 1890, she was a daughter of the late Henry and Clara Banks BowmAn. Survivors include several nieces. The body is at the E. M. Meadows Funeral Home in Hinton. HUDSON Mrs. Rosie Hudson age 97 of Daton, Ohio, died Tuesday September 20th in Dayton, Ohio. Born in Hinton, she was a 35 year resident of Hinton and also lived a number of years in the Beckley area. Graveside rites were held Monday October 3rd in Restwood Estates in Princeton, West Virginia. LUSK Jess Willard Lusk, 67, for- merly of Princeton, died Thurs- day October 6 at home of natural causes. Born June 24, 1916, he was a son of the late Ed and Mammie Massie Lusk. Mr. Lnsk was retired from the U.S. Navy serving during World War II, was a resident of Virginia since 1949 and a mem- ber of the Princeton Masonic Lodge No. 134 AF&AM. Obituaries e.v,oes we--., at 2 p.m. in the Ronald Mead- ows Funeral Parlors in Hinton t with Elder A. L. Neely off- Survivors include his wnte, iciating. Burial will be in the Margaret Sue Lusk; four Hilltop Cemetery. brothers, Glen Lusk of Muncey, ' Friends may call Tuesday Ind., Mason and Archie Lnsk, ~rom 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. both of Orlando, Fla., and Nephews will serve as pall- James Lusk of Michigan; seven bearers. sisters, Goldie Kendall, Mildred Saunders and Myrtle EPPERLY Harris, all of Orlando, Fla., Mrs. Mary Etta Basham Sadie Wooten and Bess Shrews- Epperly, 87, died Wednesday, bury, both of Princeton, Ruby October 5 in a Hinton hos- Poindexter of Pocahontas, Va., pital after a short illness. and Grace Walker of Hinton. Born Dec. 25, 1895, in Sum- Masonic graveside services mers County, she was a dau- were held Sunday October 9 at 2 ghter of the late Isaac E. and p.m. in the Blue Ridge Mem- Malinda Elizabeth Harvey orial Gardens In Prosperity. Basham. The body was at the BlueMrs. Epperly had lived most Ridge Funeral Home chapel in of her life in Summers County Prosperity. and a member of the First Masons of Lodge No. 1345 of Baptist Church in Hinton. She was preceded in death by Princeton served as pallbearers, her husband, Thomas A. Epp- erly Sr., Feb. 9, 1975. HARVEY Survivors include three sons, Edwin D. Harvey, 56, diedThomas A. Epperly Jr. of Sunday October 9 in a Roanoke, Va., John Eddie Epp- Richmond, Va., hospital after a erly of Belphre, Ohio, and long illness. Charles L. Epperly of Coving- Born June 23, 1927, in Ball- ton, Va.; three daughters, engee, he was a son of the late Carol Craft, Anna Marie Har- Everett E. and Addle Abshire vey and Rosemary Allma", all Harvey. of Hinton; three sisters, Myrtle Mr Harvey, a life - long Fisher, Charlotte Woods and resident of Summers County, Macy Richardson and two half was a retired carpenter for sisters, Dolly Huffman and Hinton Builders, a member of Willie Smith, all of Charleston; the Bellepoint Baptist Church 17 grandchildren and sevewn and a World War II veteran, great - grandchildren. Survivors inleude his wife, Services were held Saturday Onie Harvey; three brothers, October 8 at 2 p.m. in the Howard Harvey of Hinton, Wal- Ronald Meadows Funeral Par- do Harvey of Washington, D.C., lors in Hinton with the Ray. and Myrian Harvey of Spring- Lance Yost officiating. Burial field, Va., and five sisters, Mrs. followed in the Restwood Mem- Marie Buckland and Mrs. orial Gardens in Rinton. Wanda Davis, both of Hinton, Pallbearers were Michael Mrs. Irene Garten of Peters- and William B. Craft, Jr., town, Mrs. Maxine Bledsoe of Thomas A. III, John Butt, Rick Knoxville, Te.., and Mrs. Gert- and John Charles Epperly and rude Smith .of Covington, Va. Kenny Allman. F! " Starts Friday At The Ritz Late Show Each Friday - 11:30 Sunday thru Thursday - Theatre opens 7 o' clock Show Starts 8 o' clock. One Show Only. Friday and Saturday Open 6:30. Show starts At 7 o' clock and 9 o' clock. Admission - Adults $3.00. Children $1.75. Special Sunday Matinee Open 1:30. Show 2:00. All Seats $1.75. 6 O~ DS ve LC L E 19 Fi E la a F, B F~ c~ M, n~ 14 or Wq Pt 6~ of 12 CO .=.. W F, al s( A J, N & C al y, 64 P ra A ix a " ~e Above photo shows Bowiing's Da&y Bar .engulfed in flames captured in the first photograph of the fire about 6:30 Thursday morning. Shortly afterward the entire building became a blazing nightmare as seen below. i Ltiij::J: All Photos By Frod Leg eowl 's h /hr ad Deyle's Hinln Market ov.dms. ! ii!i iiii!!!iii!!ili!i ii! iiii!ili/,, Firemen from a five rural county fire department came to aid Hinton in fighting the Tem- ple Street blaze that destroyed property valued at over $500,000. l l liilnlgllliin WITH COUPON alillilli $1.00 OFF Seafood Platter Platter includes a fish fillet, 2 shrimp, 2 scallops, fryes, slaw & 2 hushpuppies. Valid thru: October 30, 1983 Only at: Rt. 107, Bell Point Rd. Hinton One coupon per person, per visit mmimmmmmmmmm WITH COUPON mimnmmmm More Dinner 99 when you buy one at the regular price. Dinner includes 2 fish fillets, fryes, slaw & 2 hushpuppies. Valid thru: October 30, 1983 Only at: Rt. 107, Bell Point Rd. Hinton m O coupon pe! person, per visi mmmmmmimmmmm WITH COUPON |mmmm Chicken Dinner at the regular price. Each dinner includes a fish fillet, 2 whitemeat Chicken Planks,~ fryes, &~iaw. Valid thru: October 30, 1983 Only at: Rt. 107, Bell Point Rd. Hinton l One person, mmmmmmimmmml WITH COUPON |mmmmmmim I ! t '1 e o, | , ] I I ) I