Clipped From Beckley Post-Herald
James Barr Dies; tiles Scheduled Final rites for Carl M. Jarr, 56, of Baltimore, Md., ormerly of Sophia, will be at 1 pjn. Friday at the in Williams Funeral Home the bar Aux o with the Rev. W. F. Tolliver officiating. Burial will follow the Hot Coal Cemetery; Barr died at 4 p.m. a Baltimore hospital follow- accidental gunshot ing, an wound. He was employed as an derly for a Baltimore hospital and was a veteran of Warn;, ;. -,, Bom Aug,16,~i91f, at Corner! ock,-~Â°Va., he was a- son of the late Lee and Mary Barr. Surviving are Ms wife, mie; % a son, Jimmy of Baltimore; four b r o t Clarence of Sophia, Fred and Howard both of Detroit, Mich., and Lloyd of Baltimore; two sisters, Marie Barr of Oxford, Pa., and Mrs. Esther Owens of Sophia. Pallbearers Pallbearers will be James Lawrence, Gene Eller, Earl White, Charles Crutchfield, Henry Chaffin, and Raymond Owens. Friends may call at the funeral home between 6 p.m. 9 p.m. today.