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•-• The Register: Donvllle, Vo. ; Fridoy, Dec. 31, 1971 Funeral Riles Set Today For Mrs. Baynes SOUTH BOSTON - Last service* for Mrs. Ida Owen Baynes will be conducted today at 3 p.m. at McOanless Memorial United Methodist Church. Burial will be in the cemetery of Dan River Baptist Church. Mm. Baynes, of South Boston, died Wednesday in a local hospital. Sho was born July 30, 1893 in Halifax County and was the widow of Orie E. Baynes. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Vivian B. Arrington of Newport News; four sons, 0. C. Baynes of South Boston, Owen K. Baynes of Glen Burnie, Md., Baxter Baynes of Roanoke and Maj. William F. Baynes of Colorado Springs, Colo.; one sister, Mrs. Mary Burgress of South Boston; and nine grandchildren and five great-grandehildren. Mutual Funds INVESTING COMPANIES NEW YORK (API —The foll CUS B2 Cus B4 Cus Kl Cus K2 Cus SI Cus 52 Cus S3 S CuS4 .he following quotations, supplied by The Ntttorai Association of Securities Dealer*, Inc., ate - -.- Jhe prices at which Polar these securitiesKnickb could nave beenKnlck Gt Mid (DM) or boughtlenox Fd (asked) Thursdy. Lex Grth ltd Asklex Rsh AGE Fnd 5.49 5.53Librtv Fd Aberdn 2.31 2.31 Life Stk Admiralty Funds: Life Inv Grwth 6.82 7.47Linc Ntl Incom 4.ts .S.IOLtna 9.88 )0.83Loom!s Sayles: 20.68 22.6S 8.86 9.71 8.18 8.97 6.16 6.7* 20.43 22.39 11.01 12.05 8.B3 9.73 5.50 6.03 4.65 5.13 7.18 7.87 10.14 11.1! 6.83 7.52 10.42 11.39 16.24 17.7S 6.63 7.25 6.10 6.6S 8.59 9.39 11.7612.85 4.69 . Aetna F Affiliatd Alutur* F A IAm Fd Allstate Alpha Amcap Am Bus . 29.00 29.00 12.5012.50 15.331533 5.17 5.44 Canad 11.1012.13 Caplt 6.95 7Ji Mut . 12.62 «.62Lord Abt 11.36 .84 .92Luth Bro 11.97 73 M 12.42 13.35Manhtn 5.!8 5 M 13.38 14 62MM Gth 5.21 5.21 6.71 7.33Massachusett Co: 3.30 357 Freed 8.53 9.3S F. P. Likens Found Dead On Kt. 29 REIDSVILLE, N. C. - Frank Pierce Likens, 57 of RiedsviUe Rt. 8 was found dead Wednesday afternoon a mile and half from Reidsvilte on the new Rt. 29 North. He was found by a couple of boys riding a bicycle. Dr. Robert E. Basley, Rockingham County Medical Examiner, said he apparently died of natural causes. The victim had last been seen Monday. He was born in Floyd County and was a son of Samuel and Virginia Gillespie. He had lived around Reidsville since 1921, working as a carpenter and farmer. He was a veteran of World War II. He is survived by three sisters, Mrs. J. P. Boyd of Danville Va.; Mrs. W. E. Barnard and Mrs. W. T. Harrell, both of Reidsville; three brothers, G. C. Likens of Roanoke Va.; L. H. Likens, Salem, Va M and W. E. Likens of Martinsville Va, Funeral services' will be held Saturday at 2 p.m., from the Wilkerson Funeral Home Chape by the Rev._Grady Gregory and Harrell. Inter- Mt. Carme' n the Rev. Don ment will be . . United Methodist Church cemetery. The family will funeral home from today. be at tile 7 to 9 p.m. ate uctcd 'reiin-Veatts 10 Key. ev. David rill be in Mrfc. csday in he had months hospital ONE DUNDALK, lerchants ge ave a hovvn at Someone enger ne of the he film.