Tallahassee Democrat from Tallahassee, Florida on December 2, 1984 · Page 26
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2CTallahassee DemocratSun., Dec. 2, 1984 Obituaries Classie G. White PERRY - Classie G. White, 70, of Perry, died Friday at Perry Health Facility. Funeral services have not been scheduled. She was a native of North Carolina. She was a desk clerk and a member of First Baptist Church of Perry. Survivors include her husband, Maden Z. White of Perry; a son, Mike White of Perry; two sisters, Lila G. Carter and Nell Seales, both of Winston Salem, N.C. Volgeri Funeral Home of Win ston Salem, N.C. is in charge of the arrangements. Wylie Cooper STEINHATCHEE - Wylie Cooper, 70, of Steinhatchee, died Thursday from injuries received in a car accident in Taylor County. The family requests that memorial contributions be made to Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch. He was a native of Kentucky, but had lived in Steinhatchee for eight years. He was a retired lieutenant colonel with the U.S. Army, serving in World War II, Korean conflict and Vietnam. Survivors include two sons, Paul J. Cooper of Chesterfield, Va., and Allan M. of Petersburg, Va.; a daughter, Elaine Cooper of Prince George, Va.; a brother, Lee Cooper of Middletown, Ohio; and a grandson. Joe P. Burns Funeral Home of Perry is in charge of the arrangements. Charlie Morris PERRY - Charlie Morris, 80, of Perry, died Friday at Veterans Administration Medical Center in Lake City. Funeral, services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Joe P. Burns Funeral Home Chapel in Perry. Burial services will be held at 3 p.m. at White Pond Cemetery in Jackson County. He was a native of Jackson County, but had lived in Perry for 26 years. He was a former owner of Morris Pulp Wood Products and a member of Burton Baptist Church in Perry. Survivors include his wife, Evelyn Morris of Crawfordville; three daughters, Margaret Williford of Opelika, Ala., Becky Holton of Jacksonville and Susie Morris of Crawfordville; two sons, Scotty Morris of Panacea and Bobby Morris of Baton Rouge, La.; a sister, Estelle Unwin of Pensacola; 14 grandchildren and 13 greatgrandchildren. William Rutgers Van Gelder CAPE COD, Mass. - William Rutgers Van Gelder, 72, of Cape Cod, Mass., died Saturday at Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannisport, Mass. Memorial services will be held Monday in Cape Cod. Graveside services will .be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Roselawn Cemetery in Tallahassee. He was a native of Canajoharie, N.Y., but had lived in Tallahassee from 1961-82. He moved to Cape Cod from here. He was a retired administrator for Florida Department of Commerce, a member of American Legion and a Navy veteran of World War II. A graduate of the College of Forestry at Syracuse University, he was a former member of Capital City Country Club and Saint Johns Episcopal Church. Survivors include his wife, Jo Ann Taylor of Cape Cod, Mass.; a brother, Arthur T. Van Gelder of Cape Cod, Mass.; and several nieces and nephews. Daisy Cullars Carlisle SNEADS - Daisy Cullars Carlisle, 82, of Sneads, died Friday at her home. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today at First Baptist Church of Sneads. Burial will be held at Pope Cemetery. She was a native of Alabama and had lived in Sneads for 40 years. She was a retired registered nurse. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Sneads and a member of Eastern Star. Survivors include a son, Ralph Carlisle of Chipley; a daughter, Ann Carlisle Smith of Tallahassee; a sister-in-law, Frances Cullars of Auburn, Ala.; a niece, Anne Graves of Auburn, Ala.; and four grandchildren. Smith-Morgan-Lanier Funeral Home of Chattahoochee is in charge of the arrangements. Lalia Adams Jones BAINBRIDGE - Lalia Adams Jones, 86, of Bainhfidge, died Friday at Memorial Manor in Bainbridge. Graveside services will be held at 3 p.m. today at Oak City Cemetery in Bainbridge. She was a native of Baker County, Ga., but had lived in Bainbridge for 30 years. She was a homemaker and a member of Newton Baptist Church in Bainbridge. Survivors include a daughter, Katy Coleman of Bainbridge; a son, Carl Jones Jr. of Kingston, Texas; three sisters, Ellie Archer of Atlanta, Katherine O'Leary and Beulah Tipton, both of Bainbridge; a brother, Archie Adams of Sales City, Ga.; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Cox Funeral Home of Bainbridge is in charge of the arrangements. ' Clifford Sidney Grover Clifford Sidney Grover, 84, of 2208 Croydon Dr., died Friday at Tallahassee Memorial Regional Medical Center. Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Roselawn Cemetery. He was a native of East Orange, N.J., but had lived in Tallahassee for 11 years. He was a certified public accountant and a World War II veteran. He was a Protestant. Survivors include a nephew, William G. Bristol of Tallahassee; and two great nephews, Dr. Clifford S. Bristol of Blountstown and William R. Bristol of Tallahassee. Bevis-MeadowWood Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. . See OBITUARIES, 6C Diamond Cluster Ring. Reg. $1500 Fine quality diamonds set in 14K gold. 3 ct also on sale. Reg. $4350 Now $2175 Buy now or lay-away for Christmas with no interest or carrying charge. total weight Governor's Square Mall in Tallahassee LAYAWAYS. NO INTEREST. NO CARRYING CHARGE. We take trades or will buy your diamond jewelry for cash. Credit Cards Accepted. Items Enlarged. Subject to Prior Sale. Weights Approximate, items Similar to Illustration. mi W i - i W' iiiiiriW Vriiii iiii inii irii-i naMii i RESERVE YOUR TICKETS NOW! -. V Aid m .J f ' ' t " ft "f-A I , Sr tt'A tmf i - I St ' fjftj rr) f J i n,7' S Jki Tt "' fx ' ' ?f II ' THE HILARIOUS IRISH COMEDY! PRICES: $5.50 public, $450 students & senior citizens FINE ARTS BUILDING, COPELAND & CALL STREETS Parking adjacent to building For information and reservations call 644-6500 CHARGE-BY-PHONE: 644-6501 I J fVjLaiitAvrL.; I -I A - C f - - i L-. li-i J--:. Jon Thomas Devin Russo David Pendleton w hen Caring Counts More and more Tallahassee families are choosing MeadowWood in their time of grief because they value the caring attitude of our Licensed Funeral Directors, and appreciate their understanding and honesty as we assist families with their difficult decisions. MeadowWood Funeral Home . 700 Timberlane Road Tallahassee. Florida 893-4177 Two Convenient Locations Serving All Cemeteries Bevis-MeadowWood Funeral Home 27 ION. Monroe Street lililP Tallahassee, Florida .385-2193 MeadowWood 7 That First Christmas Eve fin That Fir;t Chri5tmas Eve ... ffy when Mary and Joseph were on the highway from Nazareth to Bethlehem, nobody paid much attention to them. They looked about like all tne other travelers . . . Tew possessions, common folks, strangers. Arriving late in Bethlehem, Joseph looked for a place to get Mary in out of the weather. She was weary with the journey and desperately in need of a warm, dry room. She was about to give birth to the greatest person who ever lived, the King of Kings, Jesus Christ. But, nobody in town knew ... or cared. All had their own troubles, their own families to care for. Like us, they were too busy to notice . . . just another homeless stranger. "There was no room for them" anywhere in town on that fateful night . . . until someone, we know not who, had mercy. Some "good Samaritan" who cared for those need and had a stable and . . .well, you know the rest of the story. It is nearly Christmas Eve again in Tallahassee. Other strangers will be traveling the streets and highways of our town. The sounds of Christmas carols will drift out from our warm and happy homes into the cold and lonely night. Where will the stranger, for whom there is no room, stay? Will there be another good Samaritan, a friendly face, a warm bath, a meal, a bed? Who in our town will notice or care? A Rescue Mission is almost ready to receive those for whom there is no room If we all would help just a little, we could open our doors Christmas Eve and de those basic needs. More importantly, we could introduce those lonely people to that other stranger, the stranger of Galilee who was born in that Bethlehem Rescue Mission many years ago. T son 6 provit $ lost ft i 1 Yes, I will help open The Haven of Rest rescue mission. My Christmas Gift offering of $ is enclosed. My offering of $ , will arrive on the of each month. I have warm clothes which I will bring by the mission. I My name and address are: Please clip and mail to: THE HAVEN OF REST MISSION P.O. Box 10527 Tallahassee, Florida 32302 See the mission at 510 W. 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