Clipped From The Gastonia Gazette
Cemetery. RAYMOND P. SKINNELL CLOVER,. S.C. — Funeral services for Raymond Penn Skinnell, 0, who died Feb. 13 in Ihe Weisbaden Air Force Basr Hospital in Weisbaden, Germany, will he at 4 p.m. Saturday al Ihe First Unilcd Melhodisl Church. Officiating will be the Rev. Wallace Culp. Burial follows in (lie Woodside Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7 until 9 p.m. Friday at Ihe M.U'Ford and •'Son Funeral Home. Surviving are llic parents, S.Sgt. Ashby P. and Josephene Genton Skinnell; three sisters, Katharine, Debra and Corrie Skinnell, all al home; the paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. David Skinnell of Clover;, andthe maternal grandparents, Mrs. Elsie Kelseyol Fern I'ark, Fla., and Stanley Gen'.on of Orlando, Fla. Man KINGS 24-year-old' man died Mountain after lnc Iruck he Ihe side of The James about I Cleveland about Mountain. truck left Odom, Adams employe Tile Co. Rev.