Clipped From Beckley Post-Herald
Jean and accompanied, Beverly, to enter t'a e this and .Mr. Mr. of WiamlGodby Dies In Hospital OAK HILL, May 4 .(BNS)--Wil- liam Thomas' Godby,, 5S, of Oak Hill died in an Oak Hill hospital 7:30 p..m. Saturday. Death was attributed to a heart condition. - . He was retired owner of Godby Brothers Dry Cleaning and Tailoring-Plant at Oak H2L Godby was a member of the Church of God. Bora at Backus, Sept 20/1901, was a 50n 0 * fj, e Late James and parents, of Mary Harrah Godby. Survivors include his wife. Glenna McLain Godby: one son, Sgt. Louis E. Godby, stationed at Air Force Base in FayetteviDe, N." C.: one daughter, '.'Mrs..' D. Spangler of Cleveland. Ohio; two brothers. Oscar R..of Spencer and Lacy Godby of Charleston; sister, Mrs. : Gertrude Harrah of Ramsey; and five grandchildren. ;', .The funeral will be conducted 2_p.'m. Tuesday in the Jones Avenue Church of God with the C. ; E. Bays of Oak HOI ia Burial,will be in High L^vn.Me- morial. Park.-..... : Â·;.,; ' ' . ' . ; : " ; Â· Â· Pallbearers will be ArSiur. Ak- Burgess,, Henry Os- borne, 3H1 Tackett, W. M; and.H., : A. Adams. ' ; : , . ' : , . " . " ' -/The;-'bbdy";'.will-. ; '.. 1 remain'- at Tyree Funeral Home in Oak Hill and'ulEi be taken to the church r one prior "to the funeral.