The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 5, 1997 · Page 11
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL NEWS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1997 All DEATHS & FUNERALS Edith M. Armstrong WICHITA — Edith M. Arm- .strong, 77, Wichita, died Friday, Oct. 3,1997, at Wichita. , Mrs. Armstrong was born Edith •Polk on Nov. 11,1919, at Mountain -View, Mo. She was a retired postal clerk. Survivors include two sons, .Robert.of Haysville and Rick of .Wichita; two daughters, Janet ;Mendell of Salina and Marilyn .McFadden of Wichita; a brother, Bill Polk of Mountain View, Mo.; a sister, Dorothy Simpson of Mountain View; six grandchildren; and great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 3 p.m. s»* Monday at Resthaven Mortuary JS&; Chapel, Wichita, the Rev. Vance Jg (Cauthon officiating. Burial Will be C at Resthaven Gardens of Memory, %,-Wichita. &.',' Memorials may be made to j** tEvangel Assembly of God, 1620 i»$Vest 21, Wichita 67203. $*'•'• Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 35.$ p.m. daily at the funeral chapel, {£41800 W. Highway 54, Wichita. I Evelyne H. Bennett jjjSV NORTON — Evelyne H. Ben- M'.nett, 82, Norton, died Thursday, ,*HQct. 2, 1997, at the Norton County ^Hospital. jj£' Mrs. Bennett was born Evelyne ^'•Holland on Oct. 8,1914, in Almena '£, and was a longtime Norton area •^ resident. She and her husband iw; were the owners of Bennett Mo- J&'tors for many years. She was a ^-member of the First United CpMethodist Church, Prairie Dog ttjlCountry Club, American Legion vj Auxiliary, Eagles Lodge and East- Jof^rri Star, all in Norton. Sfel Her husband, John, died in 1972. gg£ Survivors include nephews and f d niece. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. ^ Tuesday at Enfield Funeral Home, ^ the Rev. Jack Kersenbrock offici- «•; ating. Burial will be in Norton Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. Visitation will be from 3 to 8:30 ii$ p.m. Monday at the funeral home, J5'' 215 W. Main, Norton 67654. §,- James S. Benson * * WICHITA — James S. Benson, gji 65, Wichita, died Thursday, Oct. 2, JS 1997. S Mr. Benson was a retired labors';! er and a former resident pf Salina. *g; Survivors include eight broth- Si ers, Milo of Wichita, David and » Mike, both of Dodge City, Harold Sf and Maurice, both of Salina, $ Ronald of Pelican Rapids, Minn., jjji! Bruce of Cottage Grove, Minn., $! and Jerry of Virginia Beach, Va. A memorial service will be at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Old Mission Mortuary Chapel, 3424 E. 21st St., ' Wichita 67208. ^ Dorothy Corcoran OBERLIN — Dorothy Corcoran, Oberlin, died Friday, Oct. 3, 1997, at Decatur County Good Samaritan Center, Oberlin. Pauls Funeral Home, Oberlin, is "Handling arrangements. ' Brock William Frerichs i WICHITA — Brock William j Frerichs, infant son of Bret and i Dana Frerichs, Wichita, was stillborn Thursday, Oct. 2,1997, at Wichita. Survivors besides his parents include his grandparents, Sid and Judy Smarsh of Garden Plain and Richard and Ladona Frerichs of Goodland; and his great-grandparents, William and Thelma Frerichs of Mingo and Don and Jeanne .Harding of Goodland. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Monday at St, Anthony Catholic Church, Garden Plain, the Rev. Phillip Allen officiating. Burial will be in St. Anthony Catholic Cemetery. Wulf-Ast Mortuary, Garden Plain, is handling arrangements. T PROMISE KEEPERS RALLY Passengers flee burning ship KANSAS NORTON: Evelyns H. Bennett OBEftUN: ecfwafd Leibler, "DdrathyCoredfari OVE&BROOK: Edwin IE. Nivak POftflS:MaryR,Lemoh WaKeENEYi Hilda ,e.Selen9ky , WICHITA: Edith M.Armstrong, James 8. Benson, Brock William Prertchs ouTOFsfA-re Stacey T, Qravatt, FteedS Spring,' Mo. Ida Lea Hall, Stlllwa-ter ( 0kla. Gladys H.Lawe, Cambridge, Hi, , Edmon Montgomery, Superior, Neb. Edna Wells, Bainbridge r Ga. Stacey T. Gravatt REEDS SPRING, Mo. — Stacey T. Gravatt, 33, Reeds Spring, died Wednesday, Oct. 1, 1997, at the M.D. Anderson Hospital in Houston. Mr. Gravatt was born Dec. 28, 1963, in Aberdeen, S.D. He played lead guitar at Silver Dollar City in Branson and was a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe of Fort Yates, N.D. Survivors include his wife, Tammy of the home; a daughter Tiffany of the home; his parents; Dick and Wanda Tews of Salina, Kan.; his grandmothers, Fairy Twiggs of Salina and Eva Tews of Hutchinson, Minn.; three sisters, Betty Maxwell of Salina, Frankye Gravatt of Maplewood, Minn., and Debbie Tews of Lewiston, Idaho; and three brothers, Tim of Salina, Brian of Chattanooga, Tenn., and Mike of Lewiston. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Oak Ridge Full Gospel Church in Walnut Shade, the Rev. David Evans and Pastor Rob Watson officiating. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Christ Episcopal Church Cemetery, Fort Thompson, S.D., under the direction of the Hofmeister Funeral Chapel of Pierre, S.D. A memorial fund will be announced at a later date. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the Whelchel Funeral Chapel, P.O. Box 616, Branson 65615. Ida Lea Hall STILLWATER, Okla. — Ida Lea Hall, 66, StUlwater, died Thursday, Oct. 2, 1997, at St. Francis Hospital, Tulsa. Mrs. Hall was born Ida Kautz on May 18,1931, at Stillwater and was a resident of Oklahoma since 1989 moving from Salina, Kan. She was employed by Stillwater Parks and Recreation and worked with the Senior Citizen Center. She was the president of Roxie Weber Plaza Tenant Association and a member of the Mehan Union Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ernest L. Survivors include two sons, Rick of Ripley and Gary Bednorz of Amarillo, Texas; two daughters, Becky Ebert of Ripley and Shirley Wilson of Manhattan, Kan.; a brother, Raymond Kautz of Grandbury, Texas; two sisters, Doris Rosiere of Ripley and Donna Bunch of Kansas; nine grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Mehan Union Church, Pastor Larry Eslinger officiating. Burial will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Milo Cemetery, Barnard, Kan. Strode Funeral Home, 610 Duncan, Stillwater 74074, is handling arrangements. Edward Leitner OBERLIN — Edward Leitner, 83, Oberlin, died Friday, Oct. 3, 1997, at the Good Samaritan Hospital, Kearney, Neb. Mr. Leitner was born Sept. 2, 1914, at Herndon and was a resident of Oberlin since the late 1980s moving from Tipton. He was a farmer and a member of United Church of Christ in Herndon and the Eagles in Great Bend. Survivors include his wife, Ann; a brother, George of Mt. Vernon, Wash.; and three sisters, Frieda Martin of Buckley, Wash., Emma Oakden of Pullaup, Wash., and Louise Leitner of New York. A memorial service will be at 3 p.m. Oct. 19,1997, at the Immanuel United Church of Christ Cemetery, Herndon, the Rev. Bill Duncan officiating. Memorials may be made to Kidney Foundation of Kansas. Pauls Funeral Home, 121 N. Penn, Oberlin 67749, is handling arrangements. Mary R. Lemon PORTIS — Mary R. Lemon, 90, Portis, died Saturday, Oct. 4,1997, at Parkview Care Center, Osborne. Mrs. Lemon was born Mary Payton on June 7, 1907, at Lamar, Mo. She was a homemaker. Her husband, Clyde, died in 1995. Survivors include a son, Dennis of Salina; a brother, Walter Payton of Osborne; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Grace Brethren Church, Portis, the Rev. David Larson officiating. Burial will be in Osborne Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the church. Visitation will be from 2 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Clark-Gashaw Mortuary, 238 N. First, Osborne 67473. Gladys R. Lowe CAMBRIDGE, 111. — Gladys R. Lowe, 95, Cambridge, died Thursday, Oct. 2, 1997, at Hammond- Henry Hospital, Geneseo. Mrs. Lowe was born Dec. 19, 1901, at Colby, Kan., and was a resident of Cambridge since 1991 moving from Scott City, Kan., and Winona, Kan. She was a homemaker and a former country schoolteacher in Monument, Kan. She was a member of the Christian faith and a past member of EHU Club. Her husband, Floyd, died in 1976. Survivors include a son, Richard D. of Caldwell, Kan.; two daughters, Irmalee Eggleston of Scott City and Eleanor Sponsel of Cambridge; four grandchildreii; nine great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. > The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at United Methodist Church, Winona, the Revs. Roy Dixon and Garry Plummer officiating. Burial will be in Winona Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Winona Cemetery Fund. Visitation will be from 2 to 9 p.m. Monday at Kennedy-Koster Funeral Home, 217 Freeman, Oakley 67748, and 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday at the church. Edmon Montgomery SUPERIOR, Neb. — Edmon Montgomery, 92, Superior, died Friday, Oct. 3, 1997, at the Good Samaritan Center, Superior. Mr. Montgomery was born July 20, 1905, in Jewell County, Kan., where he spent 84 years of his life. He was a farmer and auctioneer retiring in 1993, and played banjo in a band in the 1950s and 60s. His wife, Alean, died in 1996. Survivors include two sons, Richard "Slim" of Guide Rock and M.E. "Andy" of Superior; two daughters, Maxine Hall of Superior and Phyllis Doyle of Webber; 13 grandchildren; and 24 great- grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Megrue-Price Funeral Home Chapel, Pastor Mark Imel officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Mankato, Kan. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday and Tuesday and 9 a.m. to service time Wednesday at the funeral home, 750 N. Commercial, Superior 68978. Edwin E. Novak OVERBROOK — Edwin E. Novak, 77, formerly of Solomon, died Saturday, Oct. 4, 1997, at the Brookside Manor, Overbrook. Mr. Novak was born July 11, 1920, in Moulton, Texas. He was an Air Force veteran retiring in 1965 with the rank of master sergeant. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, AARP and the Air Force Sergeants Association. Survivors include his wife, Mildred, of Carbondale; a step-son, Charles R. Hall of Carbondale; two sisters, Helen M. Rieter of McClain, Va., and Anita M. Novak of Houston; four stepgrandchildren; and two stepgreat-grandchildren. A private graveside service will be at the Prairie Mound Cemetery, Solomon. The body will be cremated. Memorials may be made to the charity of the donor's choice. The Carlson-Becker Funeral Home, 208 W. Fourth, Solomon 67480, is handling arrangements. Hilda E. Selensky WaKEENEY — Hilda E. Selensky, 78, WaKeeney, died Saturday, Oct. 4, 1997, at Trego Lemke Memorial Hospital Long Term Care Unit, WaKeeney. Mrs. Selensky was born Hilda Ziegler on Oct. 20, 1918, in Gove County and was a WaKeeney resident since 1990 moving from Hays. She was a homemaker and a member of St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Hays, and Ladies Guild of the church. Her husband, John A.> died in 1990. Survivors include a son, Brian of Wichita; a daughter, Alice Ochs of WaKeeney; four brothers, Blaze Ziegler of Wichita, Dan Ziegler of Austin, Texas,. Linus Ziegler of Missouri and Paul Ziegler of Denver; six sisters, Mary Morley, Tillie Roach, Helen Vonfeldt, Rose Zimmerman and Clara Hervey, all of Wichita, and Beata Slack of Indianapolis; and two grandchildren. The funeral,will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Nicholas Catholic Church, Hays, the Rev. Bill Surmeier officiating. Burial will be in St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Hays. A vigil will'be .at 7 p.m. Monday followed by a rosary said by the St. Nicholas Ladies Guild of Hays at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Memorials may be made to to Trego Lemke Memorial Hospital Long Term Care, WaKeeney. Visitation will be from 2 to 7 p.m. Monday at Schmitt Funeral Home, 336 N. 12th, WaKeeney 67672. Edna Wells BAINBRIDGE, Ga. — Edna Wells, 78, Bainbridge, died Friday, Oct. 3, 1997, at Memorial Manor Nursing Home, Bainbridge. Mrs. Wells was born Edna Folds on March 23, 1919, in Decatur County, Ga., and was a lifetime area resident. She was a health service technician at Bainbridge State Hospital and a member of First United Methodist Church, Bainbridge. Survivors include two sons, Jerry Scott of Salina, Kan., and Charles E. Wells of Orlando, Fla.; two daughters, Joyce Wells Hilburn of Bainbridge and Becky Wells Grimsley of Marianna, Fla.; a sister, Betty Knight of Whigham; and 15 grandchildren. A service will be at 4 p.m. today at Oak City Cemetery, the Rev. W. David Blalock officiating. Memorials may be made to Alzheinrers Association, 1841 Clifton Road NE, Atlanta, Ga. 30329. Ivey Funeral Home, P.O. Box 897, Bainbridge 31718, is handling arrangements. Christian men flock to Washington rally Promise Keepers' 'Stand in the Gap' rally signals arrival of .Christian men's movement By DAVID BRIGGS The Associated Press WASHINGTON — Ten years ago, it often took a steak cookout or a volleyball game to draw Christian men together. On Saturday, they flocked to a revival service pn the National Mall, signaling the rapid growth of the Christian men's movement. As cheers of "Jesus, Jesus" reverberated in waves across a sea of men, organizers of the Promise Keepers said they hoped to use the rally to strengthen local movements and make small men's groups as powerful a source of bonding as church sisterhoods have tradition- ly been for women. "I dp believe it is a great movement of men iming together," said the Rev. Tim Small, 38, JSidney, Ohio, as he stared at the stage sev- hundred feet away and held the hand of 13-year-old son. "In every generation, God calls on his people to come to him. In this generation, men are fi- nally saying, 'Yes, we will acknowledge that God is our God.' " Promise Keepers founder Bill McCartney said he hopes to build on the momentum by having rallies in 18 stadiums and 19 arenas across the country next year. Instead of charging a $60 fee, as they have for earlier stadium events, they will be free. From there, "We expect Almighty God to send us all over the world," McCartney said. It took a gruff figure such as McCartney, former football coach at the University of Colorado, and the macho trappings of a sports culture to make it OK for some men to get on their knees before God. In Promise Keepers' stadium rallies, men give "high fives" for God, throw beach balls and balance hot dogs and sodas along with hugs for one another. In this culture, they are comfortable talking about subjects men do not usually talk about, such as how to balance work and family. Last year, more than 1 million men attended 22 stadium rallies across the country. This year, organizers gambled on the rally as the showpiece for the movement, telling men to make Washington their priority. It seemed to pay off. By The Associated Press LIMASSOL, Cyprus — A fire raged through a cruise ship early Saturday as it sailed off Cyprus, sending more than 650 passengers and crew fleeing in lifeboats and helicopters. The MS Romantica, a 10,500-ton Cypriot vessel, was carrying European tourists on a Mediterranean cruise to Port Said, Egypt. "The boat burned like hell. We were lucky to get out alive, but I've lost everything," said the ship's photographer, a Briton who gave only the name Chris. The Cypriot ship Princessa Victoria reached the area, 65 miles off Cyprus, half an hour after picking up a distress signal and found passengers — many still in pajamas — already in lifeboats. Helicopters from a British base in Cyprus winched the last passengers and the captain from the deck of the blazing vessel. All 664 evacuees boarded the Victoria. ON THE RECORD Hospital report PENN CAMPUS ADMISSION None SANTA FE ADMISSIONS — Earlene M. Ayers and Nancy Bolden, both of Salina; Heidi Wills, Abilene; Shelby Grace Nichols, Ada; Sandra L. Killinger, Belleville; Leo B. Lahodny, Belleville; Janie M. Burmeister, Ellsworth; Floyd K. Rominger, Glen Elder; Cleda N. Bethe, Gypsum; Kellie A. Goodell, Smolan. DISMISSALS — Stanford R. Ardis, Kenneth H. Bushey, Ruth H. Cobb, Cindy L. Copeland and baby girl and Roselyn S. Morton, all of Salina; Leo B. Lahodny, Belleville; Connie M. Foxhoven, Bennington; Austin B. Tittel, Chapman; Jane Frost, Esbon; James Ronald Crowther, Gypsum; Ellen L. Lewis, Hill City; Connie S. Osner, McPherson; Maxine M. Behrendt, Minneapolis; Paul E. Doering, Minneapolis; Jerry V. Lee, Smith Center; Karen Hay and baby girl, Smolan. Births GIRLS: Chad T. and Kristine M. Govier, Salina, 9 Ibs. 4 ozs., bom Sept. 30. Jewell and Nancy Bolden, Salina, 7 Ibs. 10 ozs., born Oct. 3. BOY: Kellie A. Goodell, Smolan, 8 Ibs. 4 ozs., born Oct. 3. Police blotter DAMAGE TO PROPERTY — The right front window was broken out and the left windshield was cracked on a 1990 Lincoln belonging to Mary J. Kistner while it was parked at 1101 E. Iron between 11 p.m. Thursday and 8:30 a.m. Friday; $500 damage. Marriage licenses Thomas Lee Miller, 43, and Janice Kay Wildman, 48, both of Salina; David James Baker, 29, and Tasha Vanell McDonald, 24, both of Salina; Troy Douglas Porter, 20, and Rebekan Frances Bacon, 20, both of Salina; Eric Bradley Hardin, legal age, and Janice Suzanne Dyer, legal age, both of Salina; David Lee Young, 31, and Billie Martin Mitchell, 41, both of Salina; Timothy Eugene Huiett, 25, and Sonia Ann Walker, 27, both of Tescott; George 0. Johnson, 38, and Susan Alicia Han, 29, both of Salina; John James Quinette, 25, and Debra Ann Jeffreys, 27, both of Salina; Clifton Simpson Dodge Jr., 27, and Holly Jo Baumgartner, 23, both of Littleton, Colo. Divorces FILED— Jill Matteson vs. Brian Matteson; Samuel J. French Jr. vs. Marcella Lynn French; Gladys L. Gilder vs. Stuart A. Gilder; Virginia W. Jacobs vs. Truston Adrian Jacobs; Eric V. Stephens vs. Janelle D. Stephens; Barbara A. Summers vs. Steven C. Summers; Debra Joan Scheibler vs. David Brian Scheibier; Michael Scott Lundgrin vs. Cheryl Ann Lu'ndgrin; Kimberly Kae McKinney vs. Lawrence Rex McKinney; Yesenia Andrews vs. Scott Andrews; Glenn D. Deckert vs. Vicki D. Deckert. GRANTED — Deborah Louise Suelter and Curtis Henry Suelter; Constance J. Stevens vs. Charles E. Stevens Jr.; Dennis Boeschling vs. Amy Boeschling; Deana M. Barnum vs. William W. Barnum; Christopher B. Aldridge vs. Linda G. Aldridge; Timothy A. Kelley vs. Cassandra Kelley; Brenda Leigh Lehman and Douglas Eugene Lehman. DISMISSED — Ronald A. Shepherd and Cynthia M. Shepherd; Marshall B. Thompson and Sabine Thompson; Julie Anne Berg and David Frank Berg; Sondra M. Hartwick and Stewart D. Hartwick; Llzanne Niles Sollars and James Lloyd Sollars. District court CIVIL FILINGS- Beneficial Kansas Inc. vs. Loren F. Fisher. Beneficial seeks a sum in excess of $4,500 for payment on a lean. Great Plains Manufacturing, Incorporated vs. Ray Glaze, doing business as R and G Sales. Great Plains seeks a sum in excess of $10,700 for services and supplies rendered. Via Christ! Regional Medical Center, Inc., vs. Robert 1. Dalbert and Jewell Dalbert. Via Christ! seeks payment of a sum in excess of $160,000 owed for medical treatment and asks that the court impose a constructive trust on any and all property purchased by the defendants with insurance proceeds paid by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas. Rita J. Mankin vs. Jasimon Andre White. Mankin seeks a sum in excess of $13,100 for damages resulting from a vehicle collision Aug. 7 at Sunset ^Wt> TW^ ^Numbers SflTURDAY'S DRAWINGS DAILY PICK 3 8-6-0 KANSAS CASH 7-22-23-24-30-33 Estimated Jackpot $110,000 POWERBALL 11-24-25-31-43 POWERBALL 28 Estimated Jackpot $15 million and Pershing streets in Salina. Security Savings Bank vs. Harold A. Fleming. Security seeks a mortgage foreclosure in excess of $14,400. Linda K. Lyne vs. Millwood Realty Inc. and Robert H. Bagby and Gladys L. Bagby. Lyne seeks judgment against Millwood for not less than $5,000 for violation of the Kansas Consumer Protection Act and a sum in excess of $3,000 from the Bagbys for repairs to her home and the costs of the suit. The suit alleges the Bagbys,and Millwood knew about water leakage in the home's crawl space and did not disclose it to Lyne upon purchase of the property. Central National Bank vs. Mohawk Inc., doing business as Holiday Mansion. Central National Bank seeks a sum in excess of $125,000 for payment of a loan. ; Ryneck Morgan vs. Bruce Svbbda. Morgan seeks a court order granting her access and possession of her property, an order dividing jointly owned property, and an order that Sv- boda deliver certificate of title to a 'Plymouth van. Security Savings Bank vs. James Ingram and Kerry Ingram. Security seeks mortgage foreclosure in excess of $26,200. Janice J. Huffman, as executor of the estate of Rosaline Schmid, deceased, vs. Orval Voeltz, Orena Allen and Rosa Voeltz. Huffman seeks sums in excess of $4,000, $11,500, and $20,000, related to claims of misappropriation of funds from the estate. CIViL JUDGMENTS— Brent Beshears, a minor, by and through his friend and guardian, Babette Reiman, vs. Michael A. Jester, by his guardians Richard Jester and Mary J. Jester. Court approves a settlement reached by the parties for claims arrising from an incident April 30, 1993. Beshears was paralyzed as a result of a fight on that date with Jester. The amount of the settlement was not disclosed. A suit brought by Continental Western Insurance Company vs. Brent Beshears, Babette Reiman, Michael Jester, Richard Jester and Mary Jester was also dismissed. Steven K. Blackwell vs. Dorothy G. Collins. Court approves agreement for Collins 1 payment of a $1,100 judgment, plus interest and court costs. Secretary of Social and Rehabilitation Services vs. Samantha D. Smith and Charles Miller. Court awards SRS judgment for $1,177 for overpayment of assistance benefits. CIVIL DISMISSALS — Donna Pickering vs. Christina M. Woodhull. Case dismissed by joint motion of the parties following a settlement reached as to claims from a vehicle collision on Nov. 19,1994, on Interstate 135. William D. Nelson, doing business as B&S Rentals,.vs. Jerry Cherry and others. Court grants motion of Nelson to dismiss following a settlement of claims. Hydrant flushing The Salina Fire Department wil) be testing hydrants in the area of Schilling Road and South Ninth Street (in front of Target and Wal-Mart) on Tuesday. The water in these areas and pos$ibly adjacent areas will be riled while the hydrants are being flushed. The' water is safe to drink but should be checked before doing laundry. Siren test Weather permitting, the monthly siren test of the outdoor warning system will be at 4:30 p.m. Monday. If thunderstorms are in the forecast for the afternoon of the test, it will be canceled and rescheduled for 4:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 13. Testing of the cable system also will be done. TODAY'S SCRIPTURE Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone. — James 2:17 The Associated Press The view Saturday from the Washington Monument toward the Capitol shows hundreds of thousands of Promise Keepers. In loving memory of Matthew Hair UNFLOWER GRpfiTO^ will be closed Tuesday. We send our prayers and thoughts to the family and friends of Matthew Hair. He will be missed greatly by all of us. May God bless and eonijbrt each one of you.

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