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THE TCNMESSCAN Srfurdur, Jutw 22 199 7B fa iitess i Editors' association lauds 'Tennessean,' other papers HAHN, Mrs. Eunice B. Age 84. Thursday, June 20, 1996. Mrs. Hahn was a former resident of Santa FeColumbia, TN. Survived by sons, Eddie Hahn and Jeff Hahn; daughter, Marlene Mears, brothers; Ray Baker and Carl Baker; sisters, Helen Perry and Elsie Taylor; grandchildren, Cheryl Mose-ley, John Ed Hahn, Lisa Ro-chelle and Jeff Hahn, Jr.; five great grandchildren Visitation with the family will be Friday ' from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to service time. Funeral services will be held in the Forest Lawn Chapel Saturday, June 22, 1996 at 2:00 p.m. with Bro. Cory Collins officiating. Family and friends will serve as Pallbearers. Interment in Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by FOREST LAWN FUNERAL HOME, 859-5279. BUCHANAN, Mrs. Betty Mae Reed Age 94. Thursday, June 20, 1996. Survivors are devoted relatives; nephew, James (Hattie) Tears; niece, Essie Bowers; six other nephews; one other niece; other relatives and friends including , Residents of the J. B.Knowles. : Center, Metro Teacher's ' Apartments and Bordeaux '' Hospital. Friends may visit with the family Monday, June - 24th from 11AM-12 Noon at .. .the Fifteenth Ave Baptist -.. Church, 1203 9th Ave N. Funeral Rites to follow with the Pastor Rev. Dr. William Buchanan presiding. Interment ' i National Cemetery, Madison. Service by SCALES FUNERAL . . HOME INC.. 329-9880, A. ; Brandon Starks, Director -. Ashland City-Dickson ' DEWIRE, Bessie (Ma) Marga-; ret C. Spencer Age 59. . j June 21, 1996. Survived by ' husband, Everett Dalton De-Wire, Ashland City; daughters, Jacqueline Jackie Norwood, -Ashland City, Theresa Heaoie. CHATTANOOGA (AP) Five newspapers shared top honors for feature writing and investigative reporting in this year's Tennessee Associated Press Managing Editors contest The Tennessean won the Malcolm Law Memorial Award for feature reporting for Tini Tran's "Coming Home to a Changed Land," a chronicle of the reporter's return to Vietnam. The Nashville Banner won for its investigative report, "Brooke-meade," a look at how students from other zones managed to attend one of Nashville's more desirable public elementary schools. The Malcolm Law awards honor a former associate editor of The Jackson Sun, whose spirit of helpfulness symbolizes the cooperative nature of Associated Press Broke." In addition, awards were given for deadline reporting, non-deadline reporting and sports writing. In photography the awards were for news picture, news picture story, feature picture, feature picture story, sports action and sports feature. Other writing categories were captured by The Tennessean, the Jackson Sun, the Daily News Journal in Murfreesboro, The Greene-ville Sun, the Johnson City Press, The Lebanon Democrat, State Gazette in Dyersburg and The Review Appeal of Franklin. First-place winners in the photo competition went to The Tennessean, The Jackson Sun, The Knoxville News-Sentinel, Nashville Banner, Chattanooga Free Press, The Commercial Appeal, The Daily Times, The Leaf-Chronicle and The Daily News Journal. The awards, along with others for reporting and photography, were presented yesterday at the Tennessee Press Association's summer convention in Chattanooga. For papers with circulation between 10,000 and 40,000, the Oak Ridger won a Malcolm Law award for "Waste & Profit," an investigation of private waste management In Oak Ridge. The feature award for papers of that size went to The Daily Times in Maryville for Tammy Stanford's "Little River, Big Responsibility." For the first time, the TAPME contest was broken into three division for newswriting. The third division, newspapers under 10,000 circulation, gave the Malcolm Law award for feature writing to the Statehizette in Dyersburg for Laura Emerson's "Dyersburg Woman, Her Sisters Fix Family the Judge Carthage, Tn. Haydenburg Community ANDERSON, Rabon Sonny Age 56, June 21, 1996. Survived by wife, Peggy Anderson; 2 daughters, Pam Guffey of Castalian Springs, Dana Brooks of Gallatin; 2 sons, Johnnie & Keith Anderson of Haydenburg; parents, Dumas & Hazel Anderson of Harts-ville; 2 sisters, Margie Gray, Lufkin, Texas, Maggie Mungle of Hartsville; 5 brothers, Dean, Alvie, Clifton, Gary Anderson all of Hartsville, Anthony Anderson of Cato; 9 grandchildren & 2 great-grandchildren. Funeral services 1:00 p.m. Sunday, Carthage Chapel of Sanderson Funeral Home with Floyd Jackson officiating. Visitation, Saturday 1pm-9pm & Sunday after 9am. Interment Anderson Family Cemetery, Haydenburg Community of Jackson County. SANDERSON OF CARTHAGE, Direc-tors, 615-735-2118 EDMONDSON, Mary Pearl June 19, 1996. Survived by Mr. Andrew Robinson; mother, Mrs. Mary Lou Edmonson; children, Michael Epps, Andrea Robinson; devoted daughter-in-law, Tonja Epps; seven grandchildren; one great grandson; one aunt; three uncles; a host of cousins; very special friends, Mrs. Laura Smith & Dan Epps. Family visitation Sunday, June 23, 1996, from 6-7 p.m. at Smith Brothers Funeral Chapel, 706 Monroe St., funeral to follow. Rev. Robert Bogus officiating. Interment, Mon. 11 a.m., Middle TN Veterans Cemetery. SMITH BROTHERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 706 Monroe St., 726-1476, Henry L. & Melvin J. Smith, Two inmates escape prison worksite 3- dSE Associated Press Two inmates assigned to the Nashville Community Service Center escaped yesterday from a worksite at the old Tennessee State Penitentiary. Department of Correction spokeswoman Pam Gehman said William M. Johnson, 35, and Edward Jones, 22, were working at their assigned jobs of landscaping Johnson is serving an 18-year sentence for aggravated robbery and aggravated kidnapping. Jones is serving a 12-year sentence for aggravated robbery in Warren County. Gehman said warrants have been issued for the men's arrests and their names have been placed on the National Crime Information Center's computer. at the penitentiary when they were discovered missing about 12:50 p.m. Gehman said the inmates, both white, could receive up to five years added to their sentences when captured and found guilty of escape. William Hall Parker dies in tractor accident MURFREESBORO William Hall Parker, 73, of 4412 Morton Lane, a retired construction carpenter, died yesterday at his home as a result of injuries sustained in a tractor accident Linda Moss, his daughter, said her father was trying to jump-start his tractor, which was in gear, and was standing in front of the tires when the tractor jerked and ran over him. "The Sheriffs Department told us it knocked him down and ran over him," she said. An ambulance was called, but he was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident Services for Mr. Parker will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Jennings & Ayers Funeral Home, Murfreesboro. Survivors Include his wife, Laura Alcorn Parker; sons, Roger, Orlando, David, La Vergne, Randy, Manchester, Tenn., and Rory Parker, Ripley, Tenn.; daughters, Patricia Parker, Murfreesboro, Linda Moss and Lois Jackson, both Readyville, Tenn.; brothers, Ed, Smyrna, and Sam Parker, La Vergne; sisters, Lucille Grizzle, Woodbury, Tenn., Dell Evans, Wartrace, Tenn., and Ann Parker, Smyrna; 15 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. CARTER, Arnold B. June 20, 1996. Survived by mother, Gloria Miller of Chicago, IL; two children; one brother; other relatives and friends. Arrangements announced later. SMITH BROTHERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 706 Monroe St., 726-1476, Henry L, & Melvin J. Smith, Directors. Hendersonville, TN ARMSTRONG, Hattie Mai Age 91. Friday, June 21, 1996. Preceded in death by her husband, Roy L. Armstrong, Sr. and her son, Roy L. Armstrong, Jr. Survived by her daughters, Mrs. Nokes (Polly) Wright, Portland, TN and Mrs. Boris (Jeane) Brooks, Nashville, TN; two grandsons, Roy Neal Armstrong, Sr. and Carl Lee Armstrong; three greatgrandchildren, Roy Neal Armstrong, Jr., Jennifer Lynn Armstrong and Richard Treftz; sister, Georgia Dozier, Ashland City, TN. Her remains are at Cole & Garrett Funeral Home, Hendersonville where the family will have visitation today (Saturday) from 5-8 p.m. and Sunday, June 23rd from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Funeral services will be at the funeral home, Monday, June 24,1996 at 11 :30 a.m. Keith Parker officiating. Honorary Pallbearers will be the Prime Timers Sunday School Class of Hender-, sonville Church of Christ, Samuel Curtis, Robert Polk, Jr., Richard Polk, W. T. Polk and Bill Greene. Active pallbearers will be Cleon Parham, Andrew and Lewis Jackson, L. W. Oliver, Jr., Bobby Tim-mons, Murrell and Calvin Stamps and Steve Armstrong. Interment Woodlawn East Memorial Gardens, Hendersonville. COLE & GARRETT, Hen-dersonville 865-8605 . STRIANSE, John Age 74 years. Fri., June 21, 1996 at his residence. Survived by wife, Marie L. Strianse; son, Peter J. Strianse, Nashville; sisters, Nancy Tiriollo and Ann Ernspiker, both of New York, Rose Cuneo, Port Charlotte, FL; brothers, Vincent, Anthony, and Edward Strianse all of New York; grandchildren, Nicholas and Noel Strianse, Mary Beth and Jennifer Holz-mer all of Nashville. Remains are at Marshall Donnelly Combs, 201 25th Ave. No. leaving at 9:15 a.m. Mon. for St. Henry's Catholic Church for funeral mass at 10 a.m., Father Mike Johnston officiating. Visitation 4-7 p.m. Sat. & Sun. at the funeral home. Awake services 7 p.m. Sun. Interment Harpeth Memory Gardens. Pallbearers to be announced later. MARSHALL DONNELLY COMBS. 327-1111. WARREN, Sr. William D. (Don) Friday, June 21, 1996. Age 61. Survived by wife, Betty Jean Warren; sons, Ronnie and Donnie Warren; sisters, Doretta Graves and Marie Porter; brothers, Raymond Warren and Harold . Warren; grandchildren, Amber Kaye and Ashlee Nicole Warren. Remains rest at the funeral home of Phillips-Robinson Co., 2707 Gallatin Rd., where funeral services will be conducted Monday June 24, at 12:00 noon with Rev. Michael , Williams officiating. Active Pallbearers, Ronnie Warren, Donnie Warren, Lynn Brown, Charles Vaupel, Harold Vaughn and Glen Wilkerson. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery. PHILLIPS-ROBINSON CO., Directors. 262-3312. WOODROOF, Joseph William Aae 58 years. June 21, 1996. Survived by wife, Faye Woodroof; sons, Kirk Wood-roof, Brett Woodroof, Chad Woodroof; mother, Mary Miles; sister, Frieda Woodroof. His remains are at the Woodbine Funeral Home, HICKORY CHAPEL, 5852 Nolensville Road, where services will be conducted Monday, June 24, 1996 at 2:00 P.M! by Bro. Albert Daugherty, Sr. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Honorary Pallbearers, Com-' munication Workers of America, Telephone Pioneers, Installers for A.T. & T. Technologists, and Dr. J. Lu-cian Davis. Active Pallbearers, Richard Woodroof, Gene Colbert, Hiriam Robinson, Burke Mahling, John Fulcher, Glenn Davis. Visitation Saturday and Sunday 2-4 and 6-9 P.M. WOODBINE FUNERAL HOME, HICKORY CHAPEL, Directors 331-1952 -;r.f,jHw.,;j,H MEADOWS, Mildred E.York Age 76 years. June 20, 1996. Survived by daughter, Teresa M. Duke; son, Edward D. Meadow, Jr.; grandchildren, Greg Meadows, Kay Meadows, David Duke and Duane Duke. Her remains are at the Woodbine Funeral Home, 3620 Nolensville Rd., where services will be conducted Mon., June 24, 1996 at 10:00 a.m. by Rev. Everett Hooper and Rev. Marshall Kennedy. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. Pallbearers, Clyde Pennington, Howard Ervin, Floyd Mangrum, Tom Gregg, Randy Moore, Jack Webb, Harold Spray, Tom Conatser. Visitation Sat. and Sun. 1-4 & 7-9 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to Rosedale Baptist Church. WOODBINE FUNERAL HOME DIRECTORS, 832-1948. Goodlettsville, TN MOORE, Mary Dowdy Age 93. Friday, June 21, 1996. She was preceded in death by her . husband, James Elliott Grip Moore; her son, Jimmy Moore and her daughter, Mary Elliott , Caldwell. She is survived by her grandchildren, Michael Caldwell of Goodlettsville, Carey Moore of Nashville, Robin Moore of Madison and a daughter-in-law, Pepper Moore of Goodlettsville. Her remains are at Cole & Garrett Funeral Home. Her family and friends will assemble Saturday, June 22, 1996 at 1PM in Spring Hill Cemetery for Graveside Services and Internment. Rev. Ken Edwards Officiating. Family and Friends will service as pallbearers. COLE & GARRETT, Goodletts-, ville 859-5231 ROBERTS, Thomas C. Hon-key June 21, 1996. Survived by four sisters; other relatives . & friends. Arrangements announced later. SMITH BROTHERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 706 Monroe St., 726-1476, Henry L. & Melvin J. Smith, Direc- tors. ROGERS, Lorls H. June 19, 1996, after an extended illness. Age 73. Survived by wife, Willie C. Myers Rogers; son, James Thomas Rogers; daughters, Annie (Thomas) Metcalfe, Tangie Givens; brothers, James (Dixie), Fulton (Lula), Robin (Sweetie) & Robert Rogers; sisters, Geneva Hutchison, Mary Virginia Rogers, Catherine Rogers, & Rebecca Munnelyn; five grandchildren; one aunt; one uncle; a host of other relatives & friends. Mr. Rogers will lie in state Sunday, June 23, 1996 from 2-8 p.m. at Smith Brothers Funeral Home, 706 Monroe St. Family visitation Monday, June 24, 1996 from 6-7 p.m. at St. Jolin A.M.E. Church, 1822 Formosa At., funeral to follow, Rev. Charles Jones officiating. Interment, Tues., 11 a.m., Middle TN Veterans Cemetery, Pegram, TN. SMITH BROTHERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 706 Monroe St., 726-1476, Henry L. & Melvin J. Smith, Directors. SANF0RD, Mrs. Glyndon Age 82. Wed. June 12, 1996 at Piedmont Hospital, Atlanta, GA. A former residence of Nashville and a long time employee of the former Cain-' Sloan Department Store. Survived by daughters, Shirley Donald and Marianne Sanford Westbrook both of Georgia; four grandchildren; three great grandchildren; and a sister, Fannie Lou Sager, Nashville. Graveside memorial services and interment at 2 p.m., Sat. June 22, 1996 at Fountain View A Section Woodlawn Cemetery, Nashville. WALLER &CO 776-2128. SPICER, Margert June 21, 1996. Survived by daughters, Janet Goodloe, Nayce Mays; son, Jimmy Mays; a host of other relatives and friends. Arrangements announced later. SMITH BROTHERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 706 Monroe St., 726-1476, Henry L. & Melvin J. Smith, Directors. i Dickson; sisters, Linda Faye Sewell, Fairview, Julia Cre-. craft, Nashville; four grand-, children. Visitation with the , . family will be all day today and ; . tomorrow until time of ser- vice. Service will be conduct- ed at 2PM Sunday, June 23, ' 1 1996 by Bro. Michael Gillock in the Chapel of Cheatham t:- 'County Funeral Home. Inter-' ment Cheatham Memorial Gardens. Honorary pallbearer, Kevin Lee. Active pallbearers, Vester Truman, Robert Burns, Ronnie Barnes, James Edward, Charles Gilliam, Buster Pewitt, Joe Wayman, Randall Marsh. CHEATHAM COUNTY FUNERAL HOME, Millard Shearon and Bruce Winninah- am, Directors, 792-2552 GRIFFIN, Mary Kathryn Thurs., June 20, 1996. Survived by daughters, Joyce -' Galvan, Puyallup, WA, Sally . Martin Johnson, Brentwood, . . TN; grandchildren, Shawn . ; Carder, Van Nuys, CA, Beth , - Martin, Atlanta, GA, Jennifer . Burns, Nashville, TN, Captain Michael Blair Martin, Ft. Riley, , KS; four great grandchildren. Memorial Mass will be said 10 ''a.m., Sat., June 22, at the ' Catheral of the Incarnation, i Bishop James D. Niedergeses officiating. Memorials may be : t ; made to the Catholic Charities , of Nashville. Private family In-f . . terment services. MARSHALL DONNELLY COMBS 327-1111. OLIPHANT, Mrs. Alline T. Age 86. June 20, 1996. Widow - of John Burnice Oliphant. Mrs. Oliphant was a native of Dickson Co., TN, daughter of Henry J. and Mollie Hall Thomas. She was married to Mr. Oliphant in 1936. Survivors in- mL.a ...... Mrft Hiuin uuue iwu simbis, iviis. uiaig Ethridge of Nashville and Mrs. Henrietta Spann of Elkton, KY; four nieces and three neph ews. She retired in 1975 from the Audit Office of the Tennessee National Guard after 32 years in state and federal government. She was a member of Charlotte Avenue Church of Christ since 1949, member and Past Matron of West Nashville Chapter 186 Order of the Eastern Star, having served as secretary for 10 years. Her remains are at the Broadway Chapel, 1715 Broadway where services will be conducted 10:00 a.m., Saturday June 22, 1996 by Bro. Leonard Owens. Interment Woodlawn Memorial Park. Visitation 4:00-6:00 and 7:00-9:00 p.m. Friday. ROESCH PATTON AUSTIN BRACEY AND CHARLTON 1715 Broadway. 244-6480. Old Hickory Mt. Juliet STEM, Jr. Ricky Joe Age 16. June 20, 1996. Ricky Stem was a Christian and an active member of Mt. Juliet First Baptist Church. Ricky was recently named to The Nashville Banner All-Mid State Baseball Team and pitched for Friendship Christian School and for the Nashville Pride Team. He is survived by parents, Ricky and Diane Stem, Sr.; sister, Stephanie Stem; grandparents, Frances and Buddy Stone; grandmother, Frances Stem; grandfather, Clifford Stem; great grandmother, Nora Cato; nephew, Austin Stem; several loving uncles, aunts, cousins, and many friends. Funeral services will be conducted 2 p.m. Sat. Mt. Juliet First Baptist Church, Dr. Gene Mims and Rev. Nicky McCreary officiating. Interment Hermitage Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers, Derrick Romines, Shane Barber, Jeff Shepard, Jeff Goodwin, Pete Stem, Donnie Stem, Wes Stone, Ronnie Lucarini, and Jim Norwood. Remains will lie in state at the church one hour before the service. Visitation with the family 6-9 p.m., Fri. and 9-12 Sat. at HERMITAGE FUNERAL HOME, Shute Lane. 889-0361. ' Franklin, Tn. Harpeth Community HURT. William Sterlinn Age 70. June 21,1996. Survived by wife, Mrs. Mary Vaden Hurt, Harpeth Community; sons, Bill Hurt, Franklin, TN, Jimmy Hurt, Joelton, TN; brother, Maurice (Bud) Hurt, Columbia, TN; sisters, Miss Lois Hurt, Franklin, TN, Mrs. Bernice Grigsby, Franklin, TN; seven grandchildren; four great grandchildren. Remains are at Williamson Memorial Funeral Home where services will be conducted 2:30PM Sunday, June 23,1996, Myron Keith officiating. Interment Williamson Memorial Gardens. Active pallbearers, Franklin Bond, Wilson Vaden, Ray Grigsby-, Billy McMahon, Patrick Hurt, Bobby Hurt, Jimmy and Tommy Stephenson, Steven Vaden. Honorary pallbearers, Elders at Fourth Ave Church and Peytonsville Church of Christ. Memorials may be made to The National Kidney Foundation. WILLIAMSON MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, 794-2289 JONES, Matthew June 21, 1996. Survived by friends, Myra B. Cassey, Percy Hailey and Frank Woods. Arrangements announced later. SMITH BROTHERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 706 Monroe St., 726-1476, Henry L. & Melvin J. Smith, Directors. MAGEE, Ben Passed away at his home in Atlanta on Monday, June 17, 1996. Survived by his parents Jess and Mary Magee; sister, Jane Magee all of Nashville; brother and sis-ter-inlaw, Skip and Barbara Magee, Cincinnati, OH; 3 nieces; 2 nephews; 1 great niece and 2 great nephews. Mr. Magee was a graduate of the U.T. School of Architecture, Knox-ville, TN. Most of his professional life was spent in Atlanta where he made his home. Graveside services were conducted Tuesday, June 18, 1996 at Woodlawn Memorial Park with only immediate family attending. Dr. Ken Uselton, Pastor of Blakemore United Methodist, officiating. WOODLAWN FUNERAL HOME, INC. 383-4754. MARTIN, Uriel L. Age 74. A retired Chef at Langford's Restaurant. Tues., June 18, 1996. Survived by devoted wife, Katherine Harlan Martin; two daughters, Deborah (Nick) Stuart, Sandra (Kenneth) Parham; sisters, Laurine Martin, Ruth Moorman, Juani-ta Martin, Charlotte Lewis, Ruby Woods, Barbara Cowan; brother, William Martin; five grandchildren; other relatives and friends. The remains will lie in state June 22 & 23 at the William Gunter & Sons Funeral Home. Family visitation Sun., June 23, 7:30-8:00 p.m. at Schrader Lane Church of Christ, 1234 Schrader Lane, Nashville, TN. Funeral services immediately following, Dr.. David Jones, Jr. officiating. Interment Mon., June 24, 1996 at 10 a.m., Middle TN State Veterans Cemetery, McCrory Lane. Arrangements by WILLIAM GUNTER & SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, INC. J - William Columbus (Bill) Davis, 72, Savannah, Tenn., retired from Fafnir Bearing, died Thursday, Hardin County General Hospital, Savannah. Cause not disclosed. Services 1 p.m. today, Carr & Erwin Funeral Home, Pulaski, Tenn. Survivors: wife, Anne Davis; daughter, Wanda Cowder, Lawrenceburg, Tenn.; mother, Levonia Davis, Pulaski; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Margaret C. Dewire, 59 1 14 Bluftview St., Ashland City, an employee at Tennessee Wholesale Drug Co., died yesterday at home of cancer. Services 2 p.m. tomorrow, Cheatham County Funeral Home. Survivors: husband, Everett Dewire; daughters, Jackie Norwood, Ashland City, and Theresa Heggie, Dickson, Tenn.; sisters, Linda Sewell, Fairview, and Julia Crecraft, Nashville; four grandchildren. O.B. Dugan, 71, 431 Wil-clay Drive, Nashville, a retired truck driver at TVA, died Thursday at home. Cause not disclosed. Services 2 p.m. tomorrow, Buckner Funeral Home, White Bluff, Tenn. Survivors: wife, Hazel Spicer Dugan; sons, Joe Street, Dickson, Michael, Kingston Springs, and Mitchell Dugan, Bon Aqua, Tenn.; daughters, Julie McDowell, Nashville, and Donna Dugan, Kingston Springs; brothers, Willard, Carl and James Dugan, all White Bluff, sister, Margaret Deal, White Bluff; seven grandchildren; a great-grandchild. William Clyde Fletcher, 62, Shelby Avenue, Nashville, a brick mason, died Thursday, Metro General Hospital, of heart failure. Services 2 p.m. tomor row, Woodtin Memorial Chapel, Murfreesboro. Survivors: sister, Fannie Neal, Smyrna; brothers, Horace, Trenton, Ga, and Ross Fletcher, Wartrace, Tenn. William F. Jones, 80, Franklin, retired from Textron, died Thursday, Williamson Medical Center, Franklin. Cause not disclosed. Services 2 p.m. today, Williamson Memorial Funeral Home, Franklin. Survivors: wife, Grace Jones; daughters, Wilma Davis, Franklin, and Patricia Johnson, Burwood community, sons, Herbert, Richard, both Franklin, Larry, Burwood, and Tim Jones, College Grove, Tenn. brother, J.B. Jones, Burwood; sisters, Mary Potts, Dorothy Elliott, both Donetson, and Leta Johnson, Franklin; 18 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchMren. Eva Irene Kirby, 85, Bonner Street McMinnville, Tenn., retired machine operator at Genesco, died Thursday, Columbia River Hospital, McMinnville. Cause not disclosed. Services 2 p.m. today, McMinnville Funeral Home. Survivors: sisters, Kathem Hitchcock, McMinnville, Hazel Judkins, Sun-bright Term., and MMred Tal-mage, Clearwater, Fla Forrest Lane, 82, 82 Gris-ham Road, Fayetteville, Tenn., a retired car salesman, died yesterday at home. Cause not disclosed. Services 1:30 p.m. tomorrow, Higgins Funeral Home, Fayetteville. Survivors: daughter, Dana Grace, Murfreesboro; four grandchildren; a great-grandchild. Garney B. Scott Sr., 81, Jackson, Tenn., retired from Be-mis Cotton Mill, died Thursday, St. Thomas Hospital, Nashville. Cause not disclosed. Services 11 am today, Geo A. Smith & Son Funeral Home, South Chapel. Survivors: wife, Martha Stout Scott; daughters, Janice Dee!, Paducah, Ky., and Kaye Merrill, Olive Branch, Miss.; son, Garney Scott Jr., Nashville; stepdaughter, Gloria Allen, Jackson; sisters, Jorene Swafford, Peoria HI., Vaughnell Holmes, Ruby Ringold, both Jackson, and viola Cara, Memphis; brother, Lloyd Scott, Jackson. Agatha D. Gossett Simpson, 87, 1936 E. Blue Creek, Waverly, Tenn., a home-maker, died Thursday, Horizon Medical Center, Dickson, Tenn., of circulatory disease. Services 1:30 p.m. tomorrow, Luff-Bowen Funeral Home, Waverly. Survivors: sons, Robert Sr., Ralph Sr., Royce, all Waverly, Jay Jr. and Marvin Simpson, both McEwen, Tenn.; daughters, Martha Curtis, New Johnsonville, Tenn., Roberta Lee, Margaret Nichols, Sandra Stafford, all Waverly, Mildred Holland, Ethel Matlock, Ruby Stewart and Agatha Simpson, all McEwen; brother, Bin Gossett, Nashville; sisters, Mannye Morris, Ashland City, and Mayme Tid-weR, Bon Aqua Tenn.; 50 grandchildren; 82 great-grandchildren; several great-great-grandchildren. Barbara Ann Thomas, 28, 460 Oriole Drive, McMinnville, Tenn., died Thursday at home. Cause not disclosed. Services 2 p.m. Monday, High Funeral Home, McMinnville. Survivors: daughters, Kayla Pleasant and Shayta Pleasant son, Wesley Thomas; mother, Wanda Thomas; sister, Deanna Thomas; brother, Dewayne Thomas; grandmother, Pearlie Mount; grandfather, William Carr, all McMinnville. Dovie Gilley Underwood, 90, 6550 Hollow Springs Road, Bradyville, Tenn., a home-maker, died Thursday, Columbia Stones River Hospital, Woodbury, Term., of a heart attack. Services 2 p.m. tomorrow, Woodbury Funeral Home. Survivors: sons, Clyde, New Port Ri-chey, Fla, Carl, Bradyville, and Delano Underwood, Whitehall, Mich.; eight grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren. Kerry Gayle Watson, 47, Nashville, died Thursday, Nashville Metro General Hospital Cause not disclosed. Services 2 Christopher Earl Bain, 14, 235 Rowdy Horse Lane, Morrison, Tenn., a student at Warren County Middle School, died Thursday, River Park Hospital, McMinnville, Tenn., from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Services 1 p.m. tomorrow, High Funeral Home, McMinnville. Survivors: mother and stepfather, Lisa and Mark Smith, Morrison; father and stepmother, Richard and Stephanie Bain, McMinnville; brothers, Levi, Matthew and Nicholas Bain, all McMinnville; sister, Megan Bain, McMinnville; grandmother, Rosie Snider, McMinnville. Lynda Northern Bel-ton, 58, 901 Liberty Road, Lafayette, Tenn., a self-employed interior decorator, died Wednesday at home of colon cancer. Graveside services 10 a.m. today, Mount Olivet Cemetery. Survivors: husband, Dewitt G. Belton; daughters, Malinda Little, Mooresvllle, N.C., and Kathy Sykes, Nashville; sons, Dewitt III and Steve Belton, both Lafayette; sister, Anita Hesson, Lafayette; brother, Jimmy Chitwood, Lafayette; seven grandchildren. James Wade Brown Sr., 75, 1515 Cameron Court, Murfreesboro, a highway bridge construction worker, died Wednesday at home of heart failure. Services 10 a.m. today, Jennings & Ayers Funeral Home, Murfreesboro. Survivors: son, James Brown Jr., Murfreesboro; stepdaughter, Judy Ebert, Pennsylvania; three grandchildren. William Theodore Cox Sr., 76, 418 Lynn St., Murfreesboro, retired from the Air Force and owner-operator of Cox Appliance Repair, died yesterday at home of heart failure. Services 4 p.m. tomorrow, Jennings & Ayers Funeral Home, Murfreesboro. Survivors: wife, Marjorie Coulter Cox; sons, Dan, Fostoria, Ind., Frank, Clarksville, Roger, William Jr., both Murfreesboro, and Mark Cox, San Antonio; daughter, Alice Montgomery, Valdosta, Ga; sister, Ola Nelson, Muncie, Ind.; 14 grandchildren; six greatgrandchildren. Frances Turner Crick, 77, Allen Street, Gallatin, a homemaker, died yesterday, Sumner Regional Medical Center, Gallatin. Cause not disclosed. Services 2 p.m. tomorrow, Gallatin First United Methodist Church. Alexander Funeral Home, in charge. Survivors: sisters, Lonnie Payne and Bessie Ehle, both Smyrna. Herman N. Crockett, 79, Stone community, Gainea-boro, Tena, retired supervisor with the Farmers Home Administration, died yesterday, Cumberland River Hospital South, Gai- , nesboro. Cause not disclosed. Services 3 p.m. tomorrow, Anderson Funeral Home. Gaines-boro. Survivors: son, Bi Crockett, Gainesboro; brother, Walter Crockett, Belmont Calif, two prandchildreni p.m. tomorrow, Madison Funeral Home. Survivors: parents, Gayle and Ruth Watson, Nashville; sister, Kathy Henderson, Donelson. Elizabeth Jones Whal- ey, 79, 2766 Nashville Highway, Lewisburg, Tenn., a homemaker, died yesterday, Marshall Medical Center, Lewisburg. Cause not disclosed. Services 2 p.m. today, Lawrence Funeral Home, Chapel Hill, Tenn. Survivors: daughters, Margie Russell, Farmington community, Virginia Jett, Verona community, Kathy Davis, Ceretha Pardee, both Lewisburg, Audrie Adams, Millbrook, Ala, and Nancy Darnell, Unionville, Tenn.; sons, Milton, Rufus, Jessie, Travis, all Farmington, Glenn, Lewisburg, and Calvin Whaley, Wheel community, sister, Ruby Darnell, Lewisburg; 29 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren. Sam George Willard, 76, Murfreesboro, a retired construction worker, died Thursday, AMn C. York Veterans Medical Center, Murfreesboro. Cause not disclosed. Graveside services 4 p.m. today, Willard Family Cemetery, Woodbury, Tenn. Woodfin Memorial Chapel, Murfreesboro, in charge. Survivors: daughters, Patricia Willard, Nashville, and Libby Wolfe, Dallas; sons, Sam Jr., Murfreesboro, and James Willard, Nashville; seven grandchildren.! Our policy The Tennessean publishes free of charge current obituaries submitted by funeral homes or otherwise verified. The obituary should contain the deceased's name, age, address, occupation and cause of death. Immediate survivors spouse, parents, grandparents, children, sisters and brothers and funeral information also may be Included. If the cause of death Is not provided the death notice will say so. The deadline for the next day's paper is 6 p.m. Notices may be faxed to 259-8093 or phoned to 259-8095. Also, funeral homes may submit paid obituaries, In which families may publish anything they wish, to our classified advertising department. Deadline for paid obituaries Is 7:30 p.m. for the next day's paper. The number is 259-8808. Deadlines may be earlier for holiday pa- T V L. qLOME delivery

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