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I William H. Layton VIENNA' services chance of rain or snow through I tonight. High in the mid 30s, nightly low in 20s. Monday Weather DEATHS and FUNERALS THE SUNDAY TIMES A-13 8alUhury, Dec. 19, 1071 Births Two births were reported Friday In Peninsula General Hospital.
Parents of sons are Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hanfin, Princess Anne, and Mrs. and Mrs. Raymond Bertraid, Millsboro.
Tide tract time differences from Hampton Roads reference station: Hrs. Mlns. Tangier Light 2:51 Nanticoke 4:57 Kiptopeake Beach 40 Crisfield 3:47 Eastern Shore Partly cloudy with 10 per cent fair with high In 40s. southerly winds 8 to 15 mph today. Western Maryland Partly cloudy with 10 per cent chanct of rain or snow through tonight.
Highs in the low 30s and nightly lows in 20s. Chance of rain Monday, high in the 40s. Southwest winds 10 to 20 mph today. Food prices are expected to move upward again in 1972 but at a slow rate. Mrs.
Olhe King PRINCESS ANNE Mrs. Vienie Gillett King, of Princess Anne, died, Thursday at the Supreme House of Jacob Farm at Loretta. She was in her sixties. She was the wife of the late Olhe King of Princess Anne. There are a few liberals In Sun City, but basically it's an American community.
Resident of a retirement community in Arizona. Mrs. Ralph C. Wright Funeral services are scheduled Monday at 1:30 p.m. in the Holloway Funeral Home for Mrs.
Millie II. Wright, 52, Kip- Drive, wife of Ralph C. Wright, 52, Kipling Drive, wife of Ralph C. Wright. She died Thursday in the Wilmington Center after about a Illness.
The Rev. Dr. Kenneth Rose, pastor of Bethesda United Methodist Church, will officiate, ilnterment will be in Mardela "Memorial Cemetery. Mrs. Wright was a beautician -or about 15 years and was associated with the Daisey Center here.
She was a member of Bethesda Church. J. Born in Harborton, she was a daughter of the late John ana Beulah Williams Haynie. i Surviving in addition to her Jiusband are her stepmother, Mrs. uarden Brown Haynie, Oxnard, a daughter, Mrs.
W. Elliott. Matawan were held Saturday in the Le- Compte Funeral Home, for William H. Layton, 77, retired Vienna farmer. Mr.
Layton died Thursday after suffering an apparent stroke. He was dead on arrival at the Cam- brilge Maryland Hospital. Interment was In the Vienna Cemetery. Mr. Layton, born in Vienna, was a member of the Vienna United Methodist Church and also of the Dorchester County Farm Bureau.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Bessie Neal Layton; and six children, Ollie and Walter Lay- ton, both of Hurlock, Joseph H. Layton, Vienna, Mrs. Louise Gore, Linkwood, Mrs. Hilda Wil-ley, Cnurch Creek; and Mrs.
Clara McKnett, Cambridge. He also leaves 19 grandchil dren; 15 great grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Mildred Cap-rioglio, Salisbury. Know Someone Something Nice I LjM. four grandchildren; two sisters.
Mrs. Ruhv Stevenc "Norfolk, and Mrs. Thelma Skinner, Oxnard; four brothers, Lawrence Haynie, Arlington, N. Robert Haynie, Exmore, Ted Havnie. Onancock.
and J. C. Haynie, Ft. Riley, and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the funeral home tongith from 7:30 to 9 o'clock and on Monday from 1 to 1:30 p.m.
Thf family snnopcts that aa a Mrs. W. F. Dougherty CRISFIELD Funeral ser. vices will be held Monday at 3 p.m.
in the Bradshaw and Sons Funeral Home here for Mrs. Ethel Pike Dauehertv. wife of the late W. Frank Daugherty. iier nusband died in 1953.
Mrs. Dauehertv died Thurs- day in her Atlanta, Ga. home after suffering an appartnt heart attack. She had moved to Atlanta from Crisfield about five years ago. For many years she and her husband had owned end operated the Crisfield Hardware Co.
here. She had also taught for a number of years in the Crisfiald High School. Born at La Granee. Ga she was a daughter of the C. and Adelia Hunter Pike.
Mrs. Daugherty was a member of the Peach Tree L'nited Methodist Church in Atlanta but was as-sociaten with the Immanuel United Methodist Chorvh while living in Crisfield. She was a oast District Sep. retarv of WSCS Promotion fnr the Salisbury United Methodist District; a dirertor of the Wil mington District's Camn Peco- meth: a member and nast Wor. thy Matron of Crisfield's Chesapeake Order of Eastern Star Chapter No.
28; member of the tris ne 10. Girl Scout leader and member of the Alhmni Assivia- tions of both the LeGrange Col lege and bmory University in Atlanta. Mrs. Daugherty had a oacneior's degree from Le-Granee and a master's deeree from Emory. Surviving are her stepmother.
Mis. C. N. Pike, Atlanta; a brother. Henrv H.
Pike. Savan. nah, two sisters, Mrs. William C. Kev.
At anta. and Mis. Ralph C. Hardy, Crystal Lake, and several nieces and re phews. Officiatins at the funeral at Bradsliaw's will be the Rev.
Dallas W. Butler. Immanuel pastor, assisting will be me Kev. sterling Green, Town tne Kev. Merling Green, Town-senr.
United Methodist Church. An Eastern Star memorial service will follow immediately. Interment will be in Sunnridee Memorial Ceme tery. Friends may call at the funer al home Monday from 2 to 3 p.m. An earlier funeral services is scheduled today at 2:30 p.m.
in the H. M. Patterson and Son Funeral Home, The family suggests that as a tribute to the memory of the deceased, contributions may be made to the Heart Fund. Time And Tide Sunset, today 4:42 p.m. Sunrise, tomorrow a.m.
ATLANTIC OCEAN TIDES Sandy Hook, N.J. High Low 9:12 a.m. :3:00 a.m. p.m. 8:48 p.m.
To obtain tides for tomorrow at following points add or subtract time differences from Sandy Hook references station. Miris. Rehoboth Beach -07 Indian River .14 Fenwick Island 13 Chincoteague Inlet 38 Ocean City 28 CHESAPEAKE BAY TIDES Hampton Roads, Va. High Low 10:42 a.m. 4:12 a.m.
11:00 p.m. 5:06 p.m. To obtain tides for tomorrow at following points add or sub- Who Deserves For Christmas? Jjm 1 if I I. )l If t1RtJl" ft 11 1 MM She was born in New Church, and was the daughter of the late William and Evelyn Colline Gillett. She was a member of the Supreme Council of the House of Jacob for many years.
She is survived by four sons, Ollie, Edward and Manuel of Princess Anne, and Alex of Salisbury; three daughters, Mrs. Mary Brown, Mrs. Carrie Hitch of Princess Anne and Mrs. Farah Lisa Williams of Fruit-land. She leaves 26 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
There are nine sisters; Mrs. Emma Leatherbury, Mrs. Violet Williams, and Mrs. Ida Harris of Princess Anne; Mrs. Janette Holden of Salisbury, Mrs.
Evelyn Walls of West Chester, Mrs. Lena Jones, Mrs. Louise Gines of Philadelphia, Mrs. Buela Spence of Port Norris, N.J., Mrs. Susie Holden of Vineland, and three brothers, Johnie Gillett of Princess Anne and Lorenzo and Lenwood Gillett of Philadelphia.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Su preme Council of the House of Jacob, Hampton Princess Anne. Friends may call at Billy James funeral Home, 258 Church Princess Anne, Monday 7 to 9 p.m. Interment will be in the House of Jacob Cemetery in Loretta. Rites Tuesday For Shooting Victim SELBYVILLE Francis H.
Holland, 20, who died Thursday evening from an accidental self-inflicted gunshot at the home of a friend will be buried Tuesday. Survivors include his mother, Gladys- Mitchell, his step-father Lewis Mitchell, maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Holland of Whaleysville, paternal grandmother Mrs. Dorothy Dixon of Whaleysville and a sister Mrs.
Dorothy Mason of Travisville, Va. Services will be held Tues day at 1 p.m. at the Curtis Unit ed Methodist Church in Bishop with the Rev. J. R.
Lee officiating. Interment will be in the Antioch Cemetery in Frankford, Del. Friends may call at the church Monday evening from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. ANNUAL RATE COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY tribute to tne memory of the de-I ceased, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
Mrs. H. C. Kenney CRISFIELD Mrs. Dorothy Mae Kenney, 37, of Crisfield, died Friday in the Greater Baltimore Medical Center after a long illness.
Her surviving husband is Herman C. Kenney. She was a member of the Highway Holiness Church at Hopewell, near Crisfield. Bron in Crisfield, she was a daughter of John Harris, living An North Carolina, and the late Ames Harris. Surviving in addition to her father and her husband are three brothers, George Ames, -Absecon, N.
Solomon Harris, Wilmington, and Phillip Harris, Crisfield; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Emma Veney, Miss Dinah Harris and Mrs. Flora White, all Wilmington, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held 25 DIAMONDS tAA 1.08 CTS. OUU JlpuifUrs ON THE PLAZA DOWNTOWN SALISBURY OPEN JUION.
THRU SAT. 9 to 9 Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the Highway Holiness Church with the pastor, the Rev. George S. Jack son, officiating.
Interment will be in Mt. Peer Cemetery, Mar ion. Friends may call at the An- E. Ward Funeral Home 1 1 A I i Here iviuinay liviii ivi y.m. John L.
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Mr. nuasun was ourn in Worcester County and was a son of the late George W. and Ida K. King Hudson. His late wife was Mrs.
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Faye Clark, both of Harrington, and Mrs. Mary Hobbs, Milford; 10 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Eastern Shore for Women and Teens Our Regular $2.27 Building Loan CORP. 101 PLAZA SALISBURY 749-7227 He also leaves eignt sisiers 1 and brothers, Mrs. Catherine 5 T7U Di.Jonn kntV.
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