of great- L. be the of Walker Thursday American 27 of e , N. W. Hiompson Dies; Rites Slated Funeral services for Nelson W. Thompson, 84, of Coal will be at 3:30 PJB. Sunday arched ETome Chapel with Rev. Parker and Rev. Charles Sneedj officiating. Burial will be in 31ue Ridge Memorial Gardens! at Prosperity. j He died at his home at ?.m., Thursday following a llness. Born at Cabin Creek, April 2, 1886, he was me son of late Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Thompson. A retired carpenter and a member of the Whitby Community Community Church, he was master mason of the Oak Hill Lodge No. 120. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Callie Huhgate Thompson; a son, James P. oÂ£ Richwbod; daughter, Mrsi Charles (Ruth) Duncan of Crab Orchard; stepdaughters, Mrs. E d i Wood, Mrs. Geneva Farley Mrs. Velma Jones, all of Coal City; a stepson, Carl Hungate, of Coal City; seven grandchildren grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren- great-grandchildren- Friends may call at the funeral home after 6 p.m. today. today.