Huffman, Martha Hall Canaday, Obituary
William Terrell Final rites for William Terrell of 132 Ringleben St., will be con dueled at 3 p.m. Wednesday in the St. Matthew AME Church with the Rev. A, G. Fagons anc the Rev. Edward Abrani charge. Burial will follow Greenwood Memorial Park. Terrell died at G:15 a.m. Satur day in a local hospital after a long illness. He was a veteran of World War n. He is survived by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Osby Terrell ol Beckley; his wife, Mrs. Addie Ter rell; three daughters, Mrs. Ilo- llnda Thompson, Barbara Jean and Lyvona, all at home; four sons, Arthur Lee of Fort Ren nmg, Ga., William, John Edwin nnd Robert, all at home; a brother, Robert Terrell of Wise Conn.; five sisters,' Mrs. Doshia Washington and Mrs. Ola Strange both of Toledo, Ohio, Mrs. Bar bara Jean Wilson and Miss Gladys Terrell, both of Cleveland, Ohio End Mrs. Rosetta Green, of New ark, N, J. The body will be la'ken to the church one hour prior to the serv lees. Ritchie and Johnson Funeral Parlor is in charge of arrangements. Russell W. Cox Funeral services for Russell W. Cox, 58, Cleveland, Ohio, formerly of Oak Hill, who died Sunday morning.in Cleveland following a three-months illness, will be conducted at 2 p. m. Wednesday. The Rev. W. W. Jones will be in charge of the rites to be held in the Tyree Funeral Home Chapel in Oak Hill. Burial will be in Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens at Prosperity. The body will remain at the funeral home where friends may call this afternoon. (BNS) Mrs, M. Pendlefon Funeral arrangements are Incomplete for Mrs. Matilda Pendleton, 81, Hatcher, who died at J:20 p. m. Monday in a Princeton hospital after a long illness. Born May 9, 1882, in Princeton, she was a daughter of the late Elliott and Blankenship. Mary Shelton She was a member of the Methodist Church. Her husband, George Wood Pendleton, died in 1957. Survivors include four so__, Fred, Gene, Otie and Billy, all of Princeton; two sisters, Mrs. I. H. Blankenship of Princeton and Mrs. William Walker of Matoaka; seven grandchildren; and siv great-granddiildren. v The body is at Memorial Funeral Directory in Princeton. (HNS) ^Eugene Crawl Funeral arrangements are hi' complete for Eugene Crawl, 40, of Harvey, who was found dead in a small creek at Harvey Monday. Crawl was last seen Saturday morning at a tavern. Fayette County Prosecutor Zone Summerfield requested an autopsy. The autopsy was being performed at noon today at Beckley Memorial Hospital, according to a funeral home spokesman. State Police said there was no visible indication of foul play. Survivors include his wife, Helen; two sons, Claude E. and Gary E., both at home; one daughter, Carolyn E. at home; his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Edward Crawl of Harvey; three brothers, Clarence, Buford and Alvin, all of Dayton, Ohio; six sisters, Mrs. Olivia Carter of Manchester, Ga,, Mrs. Nina Ingram of WaverJy Hill, Ga., Mrs. Florida Jarrett of Newark, N. J.: Mrs. Irene Darinp of Glen Cove, N. Y., Mrs. Vera Sheppard of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Burnell Bradley of Harvey. The body is at the Ritchie and Johnson Funeral Parlor. Mrs. Martha Huffman Funeral services for Mrs. Martha Canaday Huffman, 98, of Glen View, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Ennon Regular Baptist Church at Glen View with the Itev. Sam D. Smith man, preceded her in death in 1959. She was a member of the Regular Baptist Church of Glen View. Mrs. Huffman, dcspife her ad vanced years, was a well-known gardener in the Glen View area She rarely missed a day home after 5 p.m. Tuesday. Grandsons will serve as pall bearers. her garden until her recent 111 ness, Her absence from the gar den elicited many inquiries from her neighbors. She is survived by a (laugh tor, Mrs. Oca! Horton of Crab Orchard; two sons, Wilmer W (Bill) Canaday of Glen View, Dorsey Canaday of Crab Orchard one sister, Mrs. Adeline Bird Hurricane; 20 grandchildren; 32 great-grandchildren, and 15 great great-grandchildren. The body will remain at the Williams Funeral Home in and will be removed to the one hour prior to services Friends may call at the funera" Russell G. Hamm Funeral seivices for Russell Hamm, 65, 220 North Hober St. will be conducted at 3 p.m Wednesday in the MacArthur Church of God with tha Rev. Clybiim in charge. Burial will follow in Blue Ridge Memorial dans. He \yas dead on arrival at local hospital about 2:15 p.m. Sunday after suffering an apparent heart attack. The body will remain at tho Melton Mortuary until one hour prior to services when it will removed to the church. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. today. Pallbearers . be Howard Britt, Herman Moran, Arnold Hatcher, R. C. Huffman, Wint "ouge, F. E. Honaker. Vasley Tholoneck Vasley Tholoneck, 67, formerly of Glen Rogers, died in a mspital at 7:30 p.m. Monday. The body is at the Melton Mortuary pending completion of arrangements. * * NEW YORK (UPD-The Very Rev. Mother M. Rita Rowley, superior general of the Institute of the Religious of the Sacred leart of Mary, died Monday Marymount Manhattan College. WASHINGTON (UPI) - Ca mille Chautemps, 78, three times iremier of France during the 930's, died Monday after a long llness. He had lived in Washing- on since 1940. and the Rev. C. Bare in charge. Burial will follow in the Cannaday View. Cemetery at Glen She died in a local hospital at 11:30 a.m. Monday after a two- month illness. She was born in Patrick County, Va., Jan. 19, 1865, a daughter of the late Wiley and Man' Ann Whillock Hal). Her husband, Robert Lee Huff- DALTON, Mass. (UPI) - Mrs. 3thel Eaton Crane, wife of Co. hoard chairman Winthrop Crane Jr., died Sunday. The Crane Company manufac- ures paper used in U.S. curren- WEST POINT, N.Y. (UPI) -Brig. Gen. diaries J. Barrett, lead of the foreign languages department at the U.S. Military Academy, died Sunday at Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington, NEW YORK (UPI)--Arthur Simon, 60, vice president and advertising manager of Radio nnd Television Daily, died Monday. NEW YORK (UPI) _ Harry Lefrak, 78, whose real estate construction firm built more than 400 apartment buildings in New York City, died Monday night after a long illness. Substitute Heart Seen For Use During Surgery ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (UPI) --Dr. Edward R. Annis of Fla., newly elected president of the American Medical Association, said Monday "the day will come when a battery-operated heart will be inserted in the of an infant born with a cardiac impairment, while his own heart is corrected with surgery." Annis told 14,000 persons at the 14th annual Kiwanis Convention that one baby in 20 today have such heart deficiencies at birth, He defended the .high cost of :nodern medicine, pointing out 'VO per cent of the life saving drugs used now were unknown only 10 years ago. This takes money." He compared medicine costs (o those of high speed jet planes and space missiles and asked, 'How can you say they are too expensive when they did not exist 10 years ago?"