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The Greenville News from Greenville, South Carolina · Page 24

Greenville, South Carolina
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Friday, December 24, 1976
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6-B The Greenville News Friday, December 24, BABB, Sallle Vaughn, Duncan BROWN, Billy Ray, Anderson BROWN, Ella B., Greenville BROWN, Joseph Coleman, Saluda, N.C. CAPPS, Pauline Arledge, Greenwood CROWE, Charles Grayland, McBee DAVIS, Charles W., Ware Shoals DEAN, Fred, Winter Park, Fla. DEW, Walter Wilson, Easley DUVAL, Andre R., Greer GRIFFIN, Hoyt Claude, Anderson HILL, Ernestine Holcombe, Greenville HYLEMAN, Bertie Taylor, Spartanburg JOHNSON, Lula Bishop Anderson KALLENBACH, Leonard Oscar, Greenville MARLOW, Julia Drake, Greenville MCGEE, Mary Runie Gilstrap, Pendleton MCLAUGHLIN, Mack D., Honea Path MILLS, Harrison, Gray Court O'DONALD, Joseph Ira, Pickens ROE, Thomas, Shockiey, Greenville ROLLINS, Arvel, Laurens WITCHER, Julia Ann, Anderson WHIPPEN, Dorothy Heileman, Greenville Details later. Julia Marlow Julia Drake Marlow, 68, of 2026 Westminster Way, Atlanta, Ga., a former employe of the Zerox Company in Atlanta, died Wednesday. She was a native of New York City. Surviving are a son, James C. Marlow of Greenville; a daughter, Donna Hewitt of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; and four grandchildren. Services will be at 3 p.m. Monday at Greenville Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Heart Fund, 209 E. Stone Ave. The Mackey Mortuary. Arvel Rollins LAURENS - Arvel Rollins, 74, of 42 Hansen Circle, a retired mechanic, died Wednesday. A native of Del Rio, Tenn., he was a son of the late John R. and Martha Metcalf Bible. Surviving are a sister, Mellie Cogdill of Laurens; a half sister, Alice Hart of Hemminghway; two half brothers, Scott Bible of Laurens and John R. Bible of Greenville. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Chestnut Ridge Baptist Church, cemetery. The family is at the' home of Mellie Cogdill, 112 Mock St. - Kennedy Mortuary. Mary McGee PENDLETON - Mary Runie Gilstrap McGee, 62, of 417 E. Blue Ridge St., wife of Otis 0. McGee, died Thursday. Born in Oconee county, daughter of the late William Hardy and Mary Cleveland Gilstrap, she was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Surviving also are a son, Bobby 0. Mcgee of Anderson; two daughters, Beth Brucke of Central and Betty Joan Dacus of Pendleton; a brother, Henry Gilstrap of Columbia; two sisters, Mrs. Lake White of Seneca and Pearl McDonald of Seneca; a half sister, Effie Cleveland of Seneca; seven grandchildren. . Services will be 4 p.m. Friday at Seneca Mortuary, with burial in Hepe-well Baptist Church cemetery. The family is at the home of Betty Joan Dacus, 423 E. Blue Ridge St., Pendelton. Funeral Invitations The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oscar Kal- lenbach, Mrs. Joy Kallenbach Sanders, Mrs. Dale Kallenbach Fish, Mrs. Bonnie Kallenbach Sherbert, Mrs. Tana Kallenbach- Crum. AN-AMS-PC Richard C. Kallenbach, Mr. Joseph F. Kal- lenbach and Mrs. Viola Kallen- bach Mooney are respectfully in- vited to attend the Mass of Chris- tian Burail for Mr. Leonard Oscar Kallenbch to be conducted at 10 a.m. Friday at Saint Mary's Catholic Church. Interment will be in Greenville Memorial Gardens. Thomas McAfee, Funeral Director. The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. John William Browning, Mrs. Marie Autry Browning and Mrs. Bobby E. Foister are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services for Mr. John William Browning to be conducted at 11 a.m. Friday at the Chapel of the Thomas McAfee Funeral Home. Interment will be in Graceland Cemetery. Thomas McAfee, Funeral Director. The trends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Everett C. Oftis, Mrs. Richard Miller, Miss Susan Loftis, Mrs. Margaret Alsep l.of-tis, Mr. Harold T. Oftis and Mr. Price Loftis are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services for Mr. Everett C. Oftis to be conducted at 3:30 p.m. Friday at the Chapel of the Thomas McAfee Funeral Home. Interment will bein Greenville Memorial Gar-dons. Thomas McAIee, Funeral Director. The friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert W. Whip-pen, Mrs. Robert L. Cass, Mr. Richrd C. Heileman, Mr. Robert B. Heileman, Miss Mary L. Estes and Mr. George D. Estes are respectfully invited to attend the Memorial Service for Mrs. Elbert W. Whippen to be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at the Chapel of the Thomas McAfee Funeral Home. Thomas McAfee, Funeral Director. Thomas Roe Thomas Shockiey Roe, 62, of 1015 Avenue, Florence, died Wednesday. Born in Greenville, son ofthe late James T. and Ernestine Shockiey Roe, he was owner of Shock-ley's Village Shop, was a member of the First Baptist Church of Florence, a Mason, a member of Hampton Lodge, Florence, a Shriner and a member of Omar Temple, Charleston. Surviving are his wife, Thelma Jamison Roe; a daughter, Mrs. Porter Rose of Greenville; a son, Thomas S. Roe Jr. of Columbia; seven sisters, Mrs. J.H. Rice of Sanford, N.C, Mrs. L.O. Stone, Mrs. O.H. Shepard and Mrs. E.B. Farrar of Myrtle Beach, Mrs. Lide L. Richbourg of Murrells Inlet, Mrs. G.M. Shelor of Winston-Salem, N.C, and Mrs. Charles D. Stradiey of Greenville; a brother, J.T. Roe of Rome, Ga.; four grandchi'dren. Services will be 11 a.m. Friday in Woodlawn Memorial Park. The body is at Waters Funeral Home, Florence. The Mackey Mortuary. Ernestine Hill Ernestine Holcombe Hill, 49, of Rt. 3, Holcombe Road, Simpsonville, wife of A. L. Hill, died Thus-day. A native of Simpsonville, daughter of the late Ed and Maggie Nabors Holcombe, she had been associated with Her Majesty since 1968, was a member of Reedy Fork Baptist Church, a member $ Tt fj fl m ft w 2ft M 8 B j u 2 I A Glowing Christmas is This is our wish for you os once ogam we the Season when we reaffirm the hope Good Will among men. We ore truly grateful for our friends. May be the brightest Christmas ever. Zlwmas McMcc Jmteral Monte 633 NORTH MAIN STREET PHONE 232-6733 1976 of the Order of the Eastern Star, Chapter 251, OES, Mauldin, and a member of the Golden Strip Shrinet-tes. Surviving also are two daughters, Rebecca Hill of the home and Irene Godfrey of Simpsonville; three sisters, Catherine Hatley of Greenville, Margaret Cantrell and Jean Robinson of Simpsonville; five brothers, Junius Holcombe of Acworth, Ga., Robert and Charles Holcombe of Greenville, James and Carroll Holcombe of Simpsonville; a half sisters,, Sandra King of Simpsonville; a stepmother, Margaret Holcombe of Simpsonville and two grandchildren. Services will be 3 p.m Sunday at Reedy Fork Bapotist Church, with burial in Greenville Memorial Gardens. The body is at the Mackey Mortuary where the family will receive friends from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday and will be placed in the church at 2: 30 p.m. Sunday. Dorothy Whippen Mrs. Dorothy Heileman Whippen, 76, of 1-2 Williamsburg Drive, wife of Elbert W. Whippen, died Thursday. Born in Worchester, Mass., daughter of the late James F. and Leila Deuel Estes, she was a retired il II ' WOODRUFF - Services for Dora Roberson Allen," 78, of 207 E. Brook Drive, 11 a.m. Friday at Lanford-Boyter Mortuary; burial in Greenhaven Memorial Gardens. SENECA - Services for Burt Benjamin Abbott, 82, of S. Townville St., 3 p.m. Friday at Seneca Mortuary; burial in Oconee Memorial Park. SENECA - Services for Eddie Knight, 80, of Rt. 1, West Union, 3 p.m. Sunday at Calvary Baptist Church, Walhalla; burial in Wild-wood Memorial Park. The family will receive friends at Superior Funeral Home from 7-8 p.m. Saturday. The body will be placed in the church at 2 p.m. Sunday. GREENWOOD - Services for Olin Bone, 67, of 631 Chinquapin Road, 3 p.m. Friday at Greenwood Memorial Gardens. The family is at the bank teller and a member of the Associated Reformed Presbyterian Church. Surviving also are a daughter, Mrs. Robert L. Cass of Greenville; two sons, Richard C. Heileman of Santa Ana, Calif, and Robert D. Heileman of Winchester, Mass.; a sister, Mary L. Estes of Manchester, N.H.; a brother, George D. Estes of Manchester, N.H.; 12 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be 2 p.m. Friday at Thomas McAfee Funeral Home. Joseph O'Donald PICKENS - Joseph Ira O'Donald, 76, of Cedar Rock Ext., Rt. 4, widower of Allie Mae Patton O'Donald, died Thursday. Born in Banks County, Ga., son of the late John F. and Josephine Brown O'Donald, he attened First Assembley of God, Easley and was an employe of Pickens Railroad Company. Surviving are six daughters, Mrs. Joe Aiken, Mrs. William Powell and Mrs. Herman Hall of Easley, Mrs. Walter Crumpton of Greenville, Annette Freeman of Anderson and Mrs. Hoyt Gray of Springfield, Ore.; two sons, William O'Donald and Roger O'Donald of Pickens; five sisters, Lelia Redd of Commerce, Ga., Rella Sisk of Lavonia, home of Mrs. William H. Jones on Grange Road. Blyth Funeral Home. GREENVILLE - Services for Annie Bell Rogers of 8-D Fieldcrest Village 2 p.m. Friday at New Liberty Baptist Church; burial in the church cemetery. Beasley Funeral Home. GREENVILLE - Services for Louie Jackson Ginn Sr., 69, of Rt. 5, Thomason Road, Greer, 11 a.m. Friday at Johnson Funeral Home, Travelers Rest; burial in Grand View Memorial Park. PICKENS - Services for Alonzo F. Thomason, 73, of Fox Squirrel Ridge Road, Rt. 5, 2 p.m. Friday at Pickens First Baptist Church; burial in Hillcrest Memorial Park. Dillard Funeral Home. SPARTANBURG -Services for Dr. Charles Franklin Nesbitt, 79, of 411 1 come to of Peace and this Ga., Lilly Bray of Easley, Beulah Bagwell of Seneca, Ida Smith of Gainesville, Ga.; a brother, W.A. O'Donald of Easley; 12 grandchildren; and 17 greatgrandchildren. Services will be announced by Dillard Funeral Home. Julia Witcher ANDERSON - Julia Ann "Julie" Witcher, six-year-old daughter of Kenneth J. and Catherine Bur-riss Witcher of 208 Wrenn Way, died Thursday. Surviving also are a brother, Jonathan Brantley Witcher of the home; a sister, Kristi Lee Witcher of the home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Witcher of Anderson; great-grandmother, Mrs. Brantley S. Witcher of El-berton, Ga. Services will be 2 p.m. Friday at McDougalds North Chapel, with burial in Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Billy Brown ANDERSON - Billy Ray Brown, 28, of 106 La-kemont Drive, died Thursday. Born in Anderson, son of John F. Brown of Anderson and the late Lula Mae Stewart Brown, he was a construction worker. Surviving also are his stepmother, Doris Brown of Anderson; two sisters, Sarah Stevenson of Starr and Shirley Brock of An Milton Ave., 11 a.m. Friday at Central United Methodist Church; burial in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. Floyd Mortuary, North Church Street. WARE SHOALS - Services for Edward M. Farr, 65, of 17 N. Greenwood Ave. Ext., 2 p.m. Friday at Loves Funeral Home, Dalton, Ga.; burial at 11 a.m. Saturday at Greenwood Memorial Gardens. Parker-White Funeral Home. WOODRUFF - Services for Saundra Dale Morroe, Peace On Earth "The Holy Family with Young John the Baptist" Giuseppe Bottani 1717-1784 Associates Of The derson; three half sisters, Patricia Smith, Beckie and Lisa Brown of Anderson; two half brothers, Johnny Ray and Wayne Brown of Anderson. Services will be 3 p.m Saturday at Mountain Creek Baptist Church, with burial in the church cemetery. McDougald Funeral Home. Joseph Brown SALUDA, N.C. -Joseph Coleman Brown, 79, of Charles Street, a retired electrician, husband of Vera Caldwell Brown, died Wednesday. A native of Georgia, son of the late John Calvin and Sarah Trimble Brown, he was formerly employed with Duke Power Co., was a Scottish Rite Mason, a member of Saluda Masonic Lodge, Saluda First Baptist Church, the Men's Bible Class and a veteran or World War I. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at McFarland Funeral Chapel, with burial in Saluda Cemetery. Leonard Kallenbach Leonard Oscar Kallenbach, 55, of 101 Banner Drive, Berea, head over-hauler of the White Horse Plant No. 2 of J. P. Stevens Co., husband of Simonne Cote Kallenbach, died Wednesday. A native of Dixon, Iowa, son of the late Clarence 32, of 464 Wedgewood Drive, 3 p.m. Friday at Unity Baptist Church; burial in the church cemetery. Lanford-Boyter Mortuary. SPARTANBURG -Services for Verbie Bragg Starnes, 63, of Spartanburg, 11 a.m. Friday at Sunset Memorial Park. Floyds Greenlawn Chapel. LAURENS - Services for Larry Fuller, 92, of 127 Miller St., 2 p.m. Friday at Goins Funeral Home; burial in Calvary Memorial Gardens. ' '" ' Ulacfej Ulottuaftty and Alma Hahn Kallenbach, he was formerly of Earlville, low and Bidde-ford, Maine, former employe of Saco Lowell, a member and former usher of St. Mary's Catholic Church, a veteran of World War II d the Korean War. Surviving also are four daughters, Joy K. Sanders and Dale K. Fish of Green- ville, Bonnie K. Sherbert of Newnan, Ga. and Tana K. Crum of Easley; two sons, AN-AMS-PC Richard C. Kallenbach of the U. S. Navy, stationed in Cecil Field, Fla. . and Joseph F. Kallenbach of Greenville; a sister, Viola K. Money of Davenport, Iowa; and five grandchildren. The Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, with burial in Greenville Memorial Gardens. Thomas McAfee Funeral Home. Charles Crowe MCBEE - Charles Grayland Crowe, 72, of McBee, a former grocery store operator, husband of Louise Tiller Crowe, died Thursday. A native of Chesterfield County, son of the late William and Mary Hendrick Crowe, he was treasurer and deacon of McBee Baptist Church and a member of McBee Water Commission. Surviving also are a brother, Ward Crowe of Charlotte, N.C; and a sister, Myrtle Thrasher of Greenville. Services will be at 3 p.m. Friday at McBee Baptist Church, with burial in McBee Cemetery. Norton Funeral Home, McBee Chapel. Bertie Hyleman SPARTANBURG - Bertie Taylor Hyleman, 88, of Rt. 2, Spartanburg, widow of John William Hyleman, died Wednesday. A native of Swiss, N.C, daughter of the late John Calvin and Mary Etta Hensley Taylor, she was a member of Clifton First Baptist Church. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. John Wood of Spartanburg; five sons, Charlie and Mosby Hyleman of Gastonia, N.C.j Horace Hyleman of Tunas, No calls Obituaries will not be taken by telephone or hand delivery Friday. They may be submitted to The Greenville News as usual Saturday. "Mo., Lemmie Hyleman of Chesnee and Thomas Hy--leman of Clifton; three sisters, Hattie Ferguson of Burnsville, N.C, Lena Buckner of Swiss and Estie Thompson of Taylors; two brothers, Floyd Taylor of Houston, Tex. and Richard Taylor of Marion, N.C; 26 grandchildren; 47 great-grandchildren; and six great-greatgrandchildren. Services will be at 3 p.m. Friday at M.W. Bobo Funeral Chapel, with burial in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. Sallie Babb DUNCAN - Sallie ' Vaughn Babb, 78, of Rt. 2, Pine Ridge Road, Duncan, wife of Grover C. Babb, died Thursday. Born in Dumcan, daughter of the late Elijah and Annie Smith Vaughn, she was a member of Duncan First Baptist Church. Surviving also are two daughters, Mrs. James Odom Sr. of Greenville and Mrs. Earl Jackson of Duncan; three sons, Grover V. Babb of Duncan, the Rev. Joe R. Babb of Henderson, N.C. and W.L. Babb of Sanderson, Tex.; a brother, T.R. Vaughn of Duncan; three sisters, Beulah Christopher and Ruth Vaughn of Duncan and Hazel Hill of Rutherfordton, N.C; 16 grandchildren; and 20 great-grandchildren. Services will be 4 p.m. Friday at Duncan First Baptist Church, with burial in Wood Memorial Park. The body will be placed in the church at 3 p.m. Friday. The family is at the home of Mrs. Earl Jackson, Rt. 2, Pine Ridge Road, Duncan. Wood Mortuary, Greer. Other deaths p. 8-B Originial in the Bob Jones University Collection

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