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Other deaths, Page 9A Saturday, March 2, 1985 vlhr GTcnunUf Ncu , greenville piedmont 11A u.3 M '4 Frank Cantrell LaFRANCE Frank Cantrell, 77, of 40 Circle St., died Thursday. He was a retired employee of Cannon Mill in Central and a Baptist. He was the last member of his immediate family. Services: 3 p.m. Sunday at McDougald's North Chapel, Anderson. Visitation: 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday. The family is at the home of Mrs. Paul Gambrell, Clemson Boulevard, Anderson. Nell M. Cathcart SPARTANBURG Nell M. Batson Cathcart, 79, of 1812 Barracks Road, Charlottesville, Va., formerly of Spartanburg and Greenville, died Thursday. She was a retired interior decorator and a member of University Baptist Church in Charlottesville. Surviving are a son, Morris W. Jones of Charlottesville, Va.; a sister, Mrs. Ennis Sprouse of Travelers Rest; and two brothers, W. Smith Batson Jr. and Miles G. Bat-son, both of Travelers Rest. Services: 11 a.m. Monday at J.F. Floyd Mortuary, North Church Street Chapel. Visitation: 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday. Memorials may be made to Gideon Bible Society, P.O. Box 11, Charlottesville, Va. 22902. Elsie C. Clayton BELTON Elsie Ila Coggins Clayton, 76, of Route 3, died Friday. She was a homemaker and a member of Belton Second Baptist Church. Surviving are her husband, Jesse L. Clayton of the home; two sons, Elbert Clayton of Belton and Steve Clayton of Hattisburg, Miss.; a daughter, Mrs. James E. (Sylvia) Shirley of Myrtle Beach; a brother, Herman Coggins of Campobello; and three sisters, Alice Settles, Ruby Reid and Eula Mae Johnson, all of Campobello. Services: 3 p.m. Sunday at Belton Second Baptist Church. Visitation: 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Cox Funeral Home. Roy Ernest Derrick Roy Ernest Derrick, 78, died Friday. He was a retired floral designer, a veteran of World War II, and a member of Philippi Baptist Church. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. A.W. (Bernice) Lane of Charlotte, N.C., and Mrs. Claude (Ruth) Casey of Johnston; and a brother, Everette E. Derrick of Johnston. Services: 3:30 p.m. Saturday at . Philippi Baptist Church near Johnston. Memorials may be made to Philippi Baptist Church Building MRS. CAROLYN J. FRETWELL Mrs. Carolyn Jewell Fretwell, 39, of 26 Valerie Drive, died Wednesday. Born in Nampa, Idaho, she was a daughter of Allen and Jewell Keys Fretwell of Greenville. She was a former resident of Boise, Idaho and had made her home in Greenville since 1956. She was a graduate of Bob Jones University and was a member of the Alumni Association. She was a member of Hampton Park Baptist Church and the Lydia Ladies Sunday School Class. Surviving in addition to her parents are a daughter, Jewell Naomi Fretwell of the home; two sons, Darrell Ray Fretwell and Allen Oliver Fretwell both of the home; a brother, William Allen Fretwell of Fullerton, Calif, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Keys of Caldwell, Idaho. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 11:30 AM at Hampton Park Baptist Church by Rev. Dave Yearick. Burial will be in Woodlawn Memorial Park. The body is at The Mackey Mortuary. The family is at the home. Those desiring may make memorials to Hampton Park Missionary Fund, Hampton Park Baptist Church, Rt. 12, State Park Road, Greenville, S.C. 29609 HENRY M. MULLIKIN Liberty. Henry Madison Mullikin, 86, of Rt. 2, husband of the late Mrs. Betty Lee James Mullikin, died at his home at 5 PM Thursday after a sudden illness. He was born in Anderson County, a son of the late Monroe and Arcelia McKinney Mullikin. He was a retired fanner and a Baptist. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Hanna M. Ramey of Easley and Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Ramey of Liberty; a sister, Mrs. Inez Smith of Liberty; ten grandchildren; sixteen great-grandchildren. His wife, Mrs. Betty Lee James Mullikin, died January 6, 1985. He was also predeceased by his son, Marion Mullikin. Funeral services will be held at 3 PM Saturday in the Robinson Funeral Home Chapel in Easley by Rev. Johnny Powell and Rev. Clyde Gravely. Burial will be in Liberty Memorial Gardens. Active pall- sojitiicarolina These news accounts are published by this newspaper at no charge after the information is received from the funeral home. Questions on publication should be referred to the individual funeral home. BELTON Clayton, Elsie C. CHARLESTON Miller, Dr. W.Henry Jr. DARLINGTON Ward, Leola G. DUE WEST Gambrell, Malcolm FOUNTAIN INN Keesley, Annie P. GREENVILLE Derrick, Roy Ernest . Fretwell, Carolyn J. Johnson, Grover Malone, Alonzo D. Jr. O'Neal, Willie Mae Pennington, Tommie L. Simonton, Nancy R. other services Bailey, Dorothy Services: ll a.m. Saturday at the Wood Mortuary, Greer. Barmore, Tecora Services: 1 p.m. Saturday at S.C. Franks Chapel of Remembrance. Case, Decatur A. Graveside services: 3 p.m. Saturday in Wellford Cemetery. Wood Mortuary, Greer. Dyar, Jessica Holly Graveside services: 10 a.m. Saturday in Boiling Springs Memorial Gardens. J.F. Floyd Greenlawn Chapel, Spartanburg. Ferguson, Nathaniel Services: 2 p.m. Saturday at Piney Grove Baptist Church. Sullivan Bros. Mortuary, Greer. Fretwell, Carolyn J. Services: 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Hampton Park Baptist Church. The Mackey Mortuary. Jackson, Theodore 'Rube' Services: 3 p.m. Saturday at the Gray Funeral Home, Clinton. Lemasters, Charley P. Services will be held at Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, Weirton, W. Va. Fund. Clark-Bland Funeral Home, Johnston. Ella C. Foster INMAN Ella Calvert Foster, 84, of NHE Nursing Home, Greenville, died Thursday. She was a member of Inman Mills Baptist Church. Surviving are two daughters, Betty Mills of Inman and Mae Ponder of Greer; and three brothers, James R. Calvert and Sam Calvert, both of Greer, and Boyce Calvert of Campobello. Services: 2 p.m. Saturday at the Seawright Funeral Chapel, Inman. Malcolm Gambrell DUE WEST Malcolm Shirley Gambrell, 69, of Main Street, died Thursday. He was a retired employee of Riegel Textile Corp., and was a Obituory notices are published as requested to accommodate those desiring more information than Is provided in the accompanying news articles. Obituary notices are prepared and billed through the Classified Advertising Department at ruAin. bearers will be Steve Chastain, Dennis Robinson, Allen Ramey, Billy Mullikin, Jimmy Ray Mullikin, Alvin Mullikin and Gene James. The body is at the Robinson Funeral Home and the family is at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Mike Ramey, Rt. 2, Liberty. MRS. EDGAR HOLLINGSWORTH Mauldin: Mrs. Viola "Buddy" West Hollingsworth, 69, widow of Edgar Lee Hollingsworth of 100 Libby Lane, Mauldin, died Friday. Daughter of the late Joe and Clara Thompson West, she was born February 23, 1916, in Marion, North Carolina and had lived in the Poe Community before moving to Mauldin. She was a retired employee of F. W. Poe Manufacturing Company and was a member of Park Place Church of God and the Mission Class 2. Her husband, the late Edgar Lee Hollingsworth, died August 6, 1974. Surviving are a son, Bobby C. Hollingsworth of Mauldin; three sisters, Mrs. Luther (Pauline) Gil-liard and Mrs. Elbert (Margie) Burrell, both of Greenville and Mrs. Fred (Mary) Stegall of Easley; a brother, James A. West of Greenville and two grandsons, Robert Michael Hollingsworth and Stephen Carroll Hollingsworth. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 P.M. Sunday, March 3, 1985, at Park Place Church of God by Rev. William Moore and Rev. Newby Thompson. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Memorial Park. The family is at the home of her son, Bobby C. Hollingsworth, 100 Libby Lane, Mauldin, and will receive friends from 5 until 7 P.M. Saturday at the Thomas McAfee Funeral Home. On Sunday, the body will be placed in the church at 1 : 30 P.M. MRS. ANNIE P. KEESLEY Fountain Inn. Mrs. Annie P. Keesley, 84, of 105 Fourth St., widow of T. Paul Keesley died Thursday night at a local nursing home. She was born in Laurens County, daughter of the late Wynn, Mary Lee GREENWOOD Ouzts, Frank INMAN Foster, Ella Calvert JOANNA Jackson, Theodore LaFRANCE Cantrell, Frank LAURENS Wells, Amos Sr. LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. Jouret, Arthur Leon LIBERTY Mullikln, Henry M. Murphree, Major Mack MAULDIN Hollingsworth, Mrs. E.L. NEWBERRY Lister, Sara C. SIX MILE Holllday, Nora S. SPARTANBURG Cathcart, Nell M. Robinson Funeral Home, Easley. Pace, Alma B. Services: 2 p.m. Saturday at Mt. View Baptist Church. Thomas Shepherd & Son Funeral Home, Hendersonville, N.C. Palmer, Millia Services: 2 p.m. Saturday at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Holloway Funeral Home, Belton. Roberts, Charles A. Services: 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Thomas McAfee Funeral Home. Seigler, Frances B. Graveside services: 11 a.m. Saturday in Bethany Baptist Church Cemetery. Strom Funeral Home, McCormick. Smith, Levis Services: 2 p.m. Saturday at Brown's Funeral Home, Seneca. Story, Gladys N. Services: 2 p.m. Saturday at Collier-Butler Chapel, Gadsden, Ala. Swaney, Dewey Sr. Services: 11 a.m. Saturday at Hepsibah Baptist Church. Brown's Funeral Home, Seneca. Wood, Mrs. Robert Services: 2 p.m. Saturday at the Thomas McAfee Funeral Home. member and deacon of Winona Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife, Sara Prince Gambrell of the home; two daughters, Mrs. E.A. (Jan) Buck-ner of Greenwood and Mrs. Bryant (Pat) Kellett of Greenville; two brothers, Claude Gambrell and Floyd Gambrell, both of Donalds; and a sister, Mrs. Marion Prince of Donalds. Services: 3 p.m. Saturday at Winona Baptist Church. The family is at the home. Pruitt Funeral Home, Honea Path. Nora S. Holliday SIX MILE Nora Satterfield Holliday, 88, died Friday. She was a homemaker and a member of Six Mile Baptist Church. Surviving are two sons, Olin Holliday and Lloyd Holliday, both of Charles and Ida Fuller Pulley, was a retired employee of Dan River Mills. She was a member of Fair-view Street Baptist Church, former teacher of the Ruth Sunday School Class, member and past president of the W.M.S. and a member of the Adult Choir. She was the last member of her immediate family. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Ralph (Ellen) Barbrey of Simpson-ville; two sons, T. Marvin Keesley of Mauldin and Archie E. Keesley of Edgefield; five grandchildren, Mrs. Sammy (Elaine) Graydon of Simpsonville, Tommy Keesley of Mauldin, Everett and Billy Keesley of Edgefield, and Mrs. Ron (Angie) Welchel of Myrtle Beach; six greatgrandchildren, Dino and Kirk Graydon of Simpsonv'lle, Kelly and Stacy Keesley of Mauldin, Kylie Keesley of Edgefield and Sarah Welchel of Myrtle Beach. Also a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be at 2 PM Sunday at Fairview Street Baptist Church conducted by Rev. Don B. Howell and Rev. D. B. Webber with burial in Cannon Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be Bill Roberts, James Moore, Leonard Henderson, Grady Davis, L. C. Harvey, Donnie Cason, Dale Manley and Earl Barbrey. Honorary Escort will be the Deacons and former Deacons of Fairview Street Baptist Church. The body is at the Cannon Funeral Home where the family will receive friends from 7 to 8:30 PM Saturday and will be placed in the church at 1 PM Sunday. MAJOR MACK MURPHREE Liberty. Major Mack Murphree, 88, of Hwy 93, Rt. 2, died Friday morning in an Easley Hospital. He was born in Oconee County, a son of the late Henry and Alice Lee Murphree and was a member of Secona Baptist Church. He was a well known truck farmer and logger. His profession earned him the nicknames "Tomato King" and "Minute Man". He was twice married. First to the late Pauline Keesler Murphree and secondly to the late Lena Sloan Murphree. Surviving are three sons, Bruce (Doc) Murphree and J. B. (Jack) Murphree, both of Greenville, and Dean (Deano) Murphree of Liberty; a daughter, Viola (Bobbie) Fulton of Fairfax, Va.; a sister, Mrs. Rosa Belle Davidson of Pick Easley; a daughter, Frances Atkinson of Six Mile; three stepdaughters, Edna Greene of Easley, Cecile Collins of Fair Play, and Nora Gilstrap of Greenville; two stepsons, Walter "Wimp" Holliday of Seattle, Wash., and Samuel Holliday of Silver Spring, Md.; and a sister, Leila Morton of Six Mile. Services: 2 p.m. Sunday at Six Mile Baptist Church. Visitation: 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at the Dillard Funeral Home, Pickens. Memorials may be made to the Missions Program at Six Mile Baptist Church. Mrs. EL. Hollingsworth MAULDIN Viola "Buddy" West Hollingsworth, 69, of 100 Libby Lane, formerly of Poe Community, died Friday. She was a retired employee of F.W. Poe Manufacturing Co., and a member of Park Place Church of God. Surviving are a son, Bobby C Hollingsworth of Mauldin; three sisters, Mrs. Luther (Pauline) Gil-liard and Mrs. Elbert (Margie) Burrell, both of Greenville, and Mrs. Fred (Mary) Stegall of Easley; and a brother, James A. West of Greenville. Services: 2 p.m. Sunday at Park Place Church of God. Visitation: 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday at the Thomas McAfee Funeral Home. The family is at the home of Bobby C. Hollingsworth, 100 Libby Lane, Mauldin. Theodore Jackson JOANNA Theodore "Rube" Jackson, 81, of 306 Moorehead St., died Thursday. He was a retired employee of Lydia Mill and a member of First Baptist Church of Joanna. Surviving are his wife, Dora Wright Jackson of the home; a son, Ray H. Jackson of Hamp-stead, Md.; three grandsons raised in the home, Dale Jackson and Ronnie Phipps, both of Joanna, and Mikel Blackwell of Clinton; four daughters, Mrs. W.E. (Christine) Gregory of Laurens, Mrs. J.W. (Nettie) Rollins of Newberry, Mrs. T.W. (Betty) Powell and Mrs. Cecil (Jean) Harris, both of Joanna; a granddaughter raised in the home, Mrs. J.T. (Jane) Wilson of Sacramento, Calif.; and two sisters, Irene Jackson of Startex and Helen Wolfe of Spartanburg. Services: 3 p.m. Saturday at the Gray Funeral Home, Clinton. Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church of Joanna. Grover Johnson Grover Johnson of 37 Flower Drive, died Tuesday. He was a member of Shoals Creek Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife, Hattie ens; fourteen grandchildren; fourteen great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Sunday at 4 PM at the Chapel of the Dillard Funeral Home with the Rev. Garland Sentell officiating. Burial will be in the Liberty Memorial Gardens with Grandsons serving as Pallbearers. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 PM Saturday at the funeral home. TOMMIE L. PENNINGTON Tommie Lewis Pennington, 59, husband of Pauline Willis Pennington of 506 Morris Street, Sans Souci, died Friday. Bom in Simpsonville on June 22, 1925, son of the late Ray and Maude Cox Pennington, he was employed with Fiber Industries and was a member of Hilltop Avenue Baptist Church Surviving in addition to his wife are three daughters, Mrs. Sandra P. Sargent of Greenville, Mrs. Carolyn P. Black of Powdersville and Mrs. Christy P. Spooner of Taylors; four sisters, Mrs. Ruby Wood and Mrs. Beatrice Jackson, both of Simpsonville, Mrs. Lucille Coleman and Mrs. Leola Pennington, both of Greenville; two brothers, A.C. Pennington of Simpsonville and Floyd Pennington of Fountain Inn; two grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 4 PM Sunday, March 3, 1985, at the Chapel of the Thomas McAfee Funeral Home by Rev. Homer Couch and Rev. Joel Jenkins. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Memorial Park. The family is at the residence and will receive friends from 7 until 8:30 PM Saturday at the funeral home. FUNERAL INVITATIONS The friends and relatives of Mr ond Mrs. Charles Allen Roberts. Mrs. Sonvo R. McCrorey. Mrs. Robin R. Wheeler. Mrs. Kothv Grlce McDowell. Mrs. Joy Grice Leford. Mr. Charles Allen Roberts, Jr., Mr John D. Roberts. Mr. Jock N. Grlce, Mr. Chris A. Roberts. Mrs. Lloyd Burns Roberts, Mrs. Doris R. Pollord, Mr. Ralph Roberts, Mr. MIIMn Roberts, Mr. Albert Roberts, Mr. Carl Roberts ond Mr. Billy Roberts ore respectfully Invited to attend funerol services for Mr Charles Allen Roberts to be conducted at 10:30 A.M. Saturdov at the Chapel of Thomas McAfee Funeral Home. Burial will be held in Greenville Memorial Gardens. THOMAS McAFEE. FUNERAL DIRECTOR. The friends and relatives of Mrs. Hilda Wallace Wood, Mr. Williom Wallace Oavles, Mrs. Edna W. Foster. Mrs. Mildred Wallace. Mrs. Gean W. Molle-ntoux. Mr. Gordon Walloce, Mr. Reginald Wallace and Mrs. Susan Petras are respectfully Invited to attend funerol services for Mrs. Hilda Wallace Wood to be conducted at ? P.M. Saturday at the Chapel of Thomas McAlee Funeral Home. THOMAS McAFEE, FUNERAL DIRECTOR. Henderson Johnson of the home; a son, James Johnson of Greenville; five daughters, Marie A. Adams of Marietta, Margie R. King of Oklahoma City, Okla., Lyvonne Robinson of Greenville, Betty Ball of Le-vamo, Italy, and Teresia A. Robinson of the home; a brother, Norwood Johnson of Mount Clement, Mich.; and a sister, Essie Adams of Detroit, Mich. Services: 4 p.m. Monday at Shoals Creek Baptist Church. Visitation: 6 to 7 p.m. Sunday at Webb's Funeral Home. Arthur Leon Jouret LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. Ar thur Leon Jouret, 80, of Culver Street, died Wednesday. He was a retired employee of Charleston Naval Shipyard. Surviving are his wife, Betty Tanner Jouret of the home; his stepmother, Mabel Hilton Jouret of Charleston, S.C; two daughters, Joan Cate of Lawrenceville and Kay Padgett of Greenville, S.C; a son, Ray Douglass Jouret of Birmingham, Ala.; and two brothers, Eugene J. Jouret of Ocala, Fla., and Willard V. Jouret of Scottsdale, Ariz. Services: 11 a.m. Saturday at Wages Oak Lawn Chapel, Lawrenceville. Tom M. Wages Funeral Service, Oak Lawn Chapel. Sara C. Lister NEWBERRY Sara Cothran Lister, 63, of 1519 Mower St., died Friday. She was a former teacher at Mid-Carolina High School and was a member of First Baptist Church of Newberry. Surviving are her husband, Robert G. Lister of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Matt (Sally) McBrayer of Lexington; two sons, R. Glenn Lister Jr. of Mount Pleasant and Hugh Lister of Newberry; and a sister, Mrs. D.L. (Margaret) Clemmons of Williamsburg, Va. Services: 3 p.m. Saturday at First Baptist Church of Newberry. Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church Choir Loft Renovation Fund. Whitaker Funeral Home, Newberry. Alonzo D. Malone Jr. Alonzo D. Malone Jr., 62, of Champlain Drive, Berea, died Thursday. He retired from the U.S. Air Force after 26 years and was a Catholic. Surviving are his wife, Elsie Green Malone; a son, Alonzo D. Malone III of Albuquerque, N.M.; five stepdaughters, Etta Marie Styles, Catherine Pulley, Virginia Hopkins and Nancy Brown, all of Greenville, and Mary Parker of Sherills Ford, N.C; two stepsons, Wesley L. Styles of Greenville and James Styles of Columbia; and sisters, Dennie Bouries of Albuquerque, N.M., Jane Henniger of Blacksville, Texas, June Rountree of Ulvade, Texas, and Jimmie Ann Lupnell of Cheyenne, Wyo. Services: 2 p.m. Sunday at the Thomas McAfee Funeral Home. Visitation: 7 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Dr. W.Henry Miller Jr. CHARLESTON Dr. W. Henry Miller Jr., 66, of 66 Church St., died Sunday. He was a retired professor of modern languages and literature at the College of Charleston. He attended schools in Greenville and graduated from Furman University in 1941. Surviving is his brother, Robert I. Miller of Greenville. A private memorial tribute will be held Saturday. Arrangements were conducted by John Liberatos, Funeral Directors. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. Henry M. Mullikin LIBERTY Henry Madison Mullikin, 86, of Route 2, died Thursday. He was a retired farmer and was a Baptist. Surviving are two daughters, Hanna M. Ramey of Easley and Mary Elizabeth Ramey of Liberty; and a sister, Inez Smith of Liberty. Services: 3 p.m. Saturday at the Robinson Funeral Home, Easley. The family is at the home of Mrs. Mike Ramey, Route 2, Liberty-Willie Mae O'Neal Willie Mae O'Neal, of 5 Farwell St., died Monday. She was a member of Piedmont Manor Baptist Church. Surviving are her parents, James A. and Ora Bell Hayes Dixon of Greenville; her husband, Henry O'Neal of Greenville; five daughters, Ogretta Pitts, Melvena Scott, Marilyn Bunkley, Mary L. Young and Debra Ann Lewis, all of Greenville; three sons, the Rev. Edgar Allen Scott, James Thompson and Anthony Clark, all of Greenville; a sister, Ogretta Mur- 1 dock of Aiken; and four brothers, Willie B. Dixon of Greenville, Per-vis Dixon of Brooklyn, N.Y., Willie James Dixon of Trenton, N.J., and George Dixon of Savannah, Ga. Services: 2 p.m. Sunday at Piedmont Manor Baptist Church. Visitation: 7 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Watkins, Garrett & Woods Mortuary. The family is at the home of Ogretta Pitts, 35 Alice Avenue Apartments. Frank Ouzts GREENWOOD Frank J. Ouzts, 68, of Highway 321, Lenoir, N.C, died Thursday. He was a veteran of World War' , II and a member of Blowing Rock , Church of God. Surviving are his wife, Christine Jolly Ouzts of the home; a stepdaughter, Debbie Lackey of Lenoir, N.C; three sons, Jerry Ouzts of Greenwood, Glenn Ouzts of Lenoir, N.C, and Rodney Ouzts of Gastonia, N.C; a sister, Mrs. Roy Shell of Augusta, Ga.; and three , brothers, James B. Ouzts, Wayne M. Ouzts, and Roy Ouzts, all of Greenwood. Services: 2 p.m. Sunday at Mt. Carmel Methodist Church, Greenwood. Visitation: 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at the Harley Funeral Home, Greenwood. The family is at the home of James B. Ouzts, Highway 25 South, Greenwood. Tommie L. Pennington Tommie Lewis Pennington, 59, of 506 Morris St., Sans Souci, died Friday. He was an employee of Fiber Industries and a member of Hilltop Avenue Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife, Pauline Willis Pennington; three daughters, Sandra P. Sargent of Greenville, Carolyn P. Black of Powdersville and Christy P. Spooner of Taylors; four sisters, Ruby Wood and Beatrice Jackson, both of Simpsonville, Lucille Coleman and Leola Pennington, both of Greenville; and two brothers, A.C Pennington of Simpsonville and Floyd Pennington of Fountain Inn. Services: 4 p.m. Sunday at the Thomas McAfee Funeral Home. Visitation: 7 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday. Nancy R. Simonton Nancy Rankin Simonton, 76, of 609 Pine Knoll Drive, died Friday. She taught in the home economics department at Wade Hampton High School before retiring and was a member of Piedmont Park United Methodist Church. Surviving are her husband, S. Willis Simonton of the home; a daughter, Fredonia Ann Mitchell of Morristown, Tenn.; a son, Charles A. Simonton of Taylors; her mother, Avvie Owensby Rankin of Greeneville, Tenn.; six sisters, Theodora R. Johnson, Lena R. Doty, Helen Rankin and Stella R. Daniels, all of Greeneville, Tenn., Louise R. Hill of Nashville, Tenn., and Barbara R. Moneyhun of Kingsport, Tenn.; and a brother, Richard Rankin of Johnson City, Tenn. Services: 2 p.m. Saturday at The Mackey Mortuary. Leola G. Ward DARLINGTON Leola Griffin Ward, 87, of 111 Columbian St., died Thursday. She was a sales clerk for Belk's Department Store and was an employee of Darlington Recreation Department. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church. Surviving are a son, Malcolm E. Ward of Fayetteville, N.C; and a daughter, Mrs. J.K. (Ruth) Puck-ett Jr. of Greenville. Services: 11 :30 a.m. Saturday at Kistler Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Trinity United Methodist Church or to a charity of one's choice. Amos Wells Sr. LAURENS Amos Robert Lee Wells Sr., 58, of 107 Alice St., died Thursday in the Veterans Administration Hospital in Columbia. He was a veteran of World War II and was a member of White Plains Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife, Geneva Young Wells of the home; three sons, Amos Robert Lee Wells Jr. of Columbia, Rickey Vance of Clinton, and Master Sgt. Willie Wells of Ann Arbor, Mich.; a brother, Willie Johnson of Knox-ville, Tenn.; and two sisters, Gladys Crudup of Asbury Park, N.J., and Willie Mae Valentine of Mountville. Services: 2 p.m. Monday at White Plains Baptist Church. Visitation: 7 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Beasley's Funeral Home, Laurens. II.ftt'.'..MW SOUTHERN HOME & GARDEN SHOW Greenville Auditorium N6655I

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