The Newton Record from Newton, Mississippi on November 24, 1982 · 15
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Maxwefl H. Stewart Funeral services were held for Maxwell H. Stewart, retired Standard Oil Co. agent, at 10 a.m. Thursday. Nov. 18 at Webb Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. Tom Cupit of Crystal Springs, a former pastor, officiated, assisted by the Rev. Riley Burton, Jr., pastor of the Decatur United Methodist Church. Interment was in the family plot at the Knights of Pythias Cemetery. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Mary Ham rick Stewart, Newton; two sisters, Mrs. Claudia Lee of Forest and Mrs. Maude Adair of Decatur; three nephews and two nieces. Mr. Stewart died Tuesday, Nov. 16, at the University Medical Center in Jackson. He also had been hospitalized here and in Jackson during the past two years. ' He was a native of Scott County, his parents being the late Dallas and Sarah McClendon Stewart. He was connected with Standard Oil for 38 years, including II years as agent. Mr. Stewart had served on the Newton Board of Aldermen two terms and was a former partner in Woodland Courts. He was a charter member of Newton Lions Club and of the Newton Country dub and a member of the Chamber of Commerce and Newton Rotary Club. Mr. Stewart was an active member of the Newton United Methodist Church and the Wesley Bible Class, also having served on fie Official Board of his church. Active pallbearers at the services were Jimmy Smith, George Nicholson, J. B. Fanning, Lee Roy Kennedy, Max A. Connett, Wilmer H Whittle, E. L. Morgan and J. Bliott McMullan. Honorary bearers included A. S. Burns and members of the Wesley Bible Class. Mis. Fannie Miller Funeral services for Mrs. Fannie Miller, 93, were held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, November 20 from the Ott & Lee Chapel in Forest. Rev. David Lane and Rev. Charlie Hawthorne officiated. Interment was made in the Dennis Cemetery near Lake. Mrs. Miller passed away on Thursday morning at the Newton Conva-Rest Nursing Home, following a short illness. She was a lifetime resident of the Lake area and was a member of the Lake Methodist Church. Survivors include two sons, Wood row Miller of Quitman and Johnny Joe Miller, Lake; one daughter, Mrs. Fred D. (Rebecca) Robinson, Jackson, eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Dale Meeks, Gilbert Ware, Wes Waltman, James Wade, R. L. Simmons and Ernest West. Mrs. Lola DellKillen Services for Mrs. Lola Dell Killen were held Monday, Nov. IS at Rocky Hill Church of God in Sebastopol with the Rev. Guy McGarrity officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery with Roebuck Funeral Home of Union in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Killen, 73, died Saturday, Nov. 13, in Laird's Hospital. Survivors include two sons, Grady Killen and Billy Killen; two daughters, Mrs. Louise Roebuck and Miss Jo KUIen, all of Union; one sister, Mrs. Bonnie Lucroy of Decatur; one brother, Lavelle Smith of Sebastopol; six grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. Otis Mel vin Uhles Funeral services for Otis Melvin Uhles, 83, of Newton were held Saturday, Nov. 20 at 2 p.m. from Webb Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. H. 0. Carmichael officiating. Burial was in the MAJOR MEDICAL Pays 100 of the reasonable and customary charges for covered hospital, medical and surgical sickness or accidents. Provides up to $100,000.00 each accident or sickness. Excellent for individuals, families, fanners, small business and groups. . ; IndMdwIIUtMn low m $33.54 (ifsi 1M4) ( - FnDlyRit$71.89 I ' ' . YiwseMiliiiiwthisctjlifit. IILLYWALKEB Ml N. trot St. Hmt, Ml MOT - Utmt. MkaAsattft AMhsaMt ! gmkw BMIflllABM Mai tetg4iMfl UMtofwttM fey Still iMtfrity Ult Imuvimi Cfc Masonic Cemetery with Webb Funeral Home of Newton in charge of arrangements. Utiles, a native of Macon County, Tenn.. died Thursday. Nov. 18 at Pine Forest. Chunky. He was a member of the Hickory Baptist Church and was retired. Survivors include one son. Glenn H. Uhles. Mt. Home, Ark; one sister, Mrs. Hattie Brown Franklin, Ky.; three grandsons and one great-granddaughter. Pallbearers were Ray Gibson, J. B. Fanning, Billy Houston, Charles Beeland, Paul Ogtesbee, Polk Pace. Bobby Joe Mitchell Funeral services for Bobby Joe Mitchell, 45. were held at 10:00 a.m., Monday. November 22 from the Ott & Lee Chapel in Forest. Rev. Mark McDonald officiated. Interment was made in the Pine Ridge Cemetery in Newton County. Mitchell passed away on Friday night at the University Medical Center in Jackson, following an extended illness. A disabled mechanic, he had been a lifelong resident of Lake and was a member of the Lake Baptist Church. Survivors include two sons, Joey Mitchell, Lake and David Mitchell, Cleveland; his father, James Otis Mitchell, Lake; four brothers, James E. Mitchell, Forest, Sonny Mitchell and Jimmy Mitchell, both of Lake and Donald Mitchell, Lawrence; four sisters, Mrs. Keith (Peggy) Wooten and Mrs. Harmon (Patricia) Crosby both of Lawrence Mrs. Joe (Brenda) Crosby and Mrs. David Joe (Dianne) Usry, both of Lake. Pallbearers were John Mitchell, Jeff Mitchell, Eddie Stokes, Howard Mitchell, Victor Bugg and Tony Manor. Billy D. Spivey Funeral services for Billy D. Spivey, 61, of Meridian were held at 11:30 a.m. Friday. Nov. 19 in the Webb Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Kenneth Walters and the Rev. Harold Lollar officiating. Burial was in the Fellowship Baptist Church Cemetery. Spivey died Wednesday. Nov. 17, at Anderson's Hospital. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Helen Newton Spivey, Meridian; a daughter, Mrs. Janet Driggers, Meridian; two brothers, Harold Spivey, Jackson, Mich, and Kenneth Spivey, Lufkin, Tx.; two sisters, Miss Verlyn Spivey and Mrs. Peggy VanRiker, both of Jackson, Mich, and one grandson. Mrs. Louise T. Rooney Mrs. Louise T. Rooney, a resident at Congregate Housing, died November 18 at Riley's Hospital in Meridian, Services were conducted November 19 at Boone Funeral Home in Greenville with interment in Greenlawn Cemetery with Boone Funeral Home in charge. She is survived by her nephew, Herman Trotter of Newton and a number of other nephews and nieces. Pallbearers were: Larry Trotter, Wilton Nealy, Steve Trotter, Alan Trotter. Herman Trotter and Billy Joe Trotter. Mrs. John L. Williamson Bruce Services for Mrs. John L. Williamson Bruce were held Wednesday, November 17 at 11:00 a.m. at the Shiloh Baptist Church. The Rev. L. L. Logan, officiated, with interment in the church cemetery. Mrs. Bruce was born April 24, 1907 in Newton County. She was a member of Shiloh M.B. Church where she served as a Sunday School teacher' until her health declined. She was married to the late Aron Bruce who preceded her in death. She had one son who also preceded her in death. Survivors: one sister, Mrs. Sophia W. Watkins. Fairfield. Ala.; one sister-in-law and one brother-in-law and a host of relatives and friends. Mrs. A. B. Amis, Jr. Funeral services for Mrs. A. B. (Mattie Pauline) Amis, Jr. of Newton were held Saturday, Nov. 20 at 10 a.m. from Newton United Methodist Church with the Rev. Tom Cupit of Crystal Springs, her former pastor, officiating. Burial was in Newton County Memorial Gardens Cemetery with Webb Funeral Home of Newton in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Amis died Thursday, Nov. 18 at Riley's Hospital, Meridian. She was a member of the Newton United Methodist Church, a member of United Methodist Women and very active in Kingdom Builders Sunday School Class. She was a long-time resident of Newton. Survivors include two sons, A. B. Amis, III, Indialantic, Fl. and Paul H. Amis, Forest; one sister, Mrs. Mary Lee Holmes, Hattiesburg; two brothers, Paul D. Hardin, Jackson and William G. Hardin, Corinth; three grandsons. Pallbearers were Ray Gibson, Jimmy Smith, Bill Lucy, Pete Roach, Leon Williams. Bill Barnett. Miss Brenda Faye Banks Services for Miss Brenda Faye Banks, 21, were held Saturday, Nov. 20 at 2 p.m. in Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church, Lake, with the Rev. M. T. Anthony officiating. Burial was in Mt. Olive Church Cemetery. She joined Union Grove M.B. Church in Homewood, where she served until her death. Brenda Faye died Tuesday, Nov. 16 at Hinds General Hospital. She was a student at Jackson State University. Survivors include her mother, Mrs. Estella Banks; two brothers, James Earl Banks, U.S. Army, Fort Campbell, Ky., and Iria Allen Banks, Forest; five sisters, Bernes-teen Carr of Louin. Linda Bates, Ruby Coleman, Margaret Keyes and Vivian Banks, all of Forest; her grandmother, Mrs. Candice McNair of Lawrence; eight nieces; three nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends. pa-1" "" ""ty ft Elected To Board Of Directors MMA Roland Oswalt (left) of the Shannon Chair Company in Houston, newly-elected chairman of the Mississippi Manufacturers Association, is shown congratulating Albert R. O'Steen, vice-president of operations for the Quitman Knitting Mill in Quitman, upon his election to the Board of Directors of the statewide organization that represents manufacturers and allied employers in all types of public affairs. Mr. O'Steen will represent member Firms in MMA's District 21, consisting of Clarke, Jasper, Newton and Smith counties. MMA represents approximately 1500 member firms in 30 geographic districts, speaking on behalf of industry in legislative and regulatory activities, and serving as a central source of information in all areas of industrial management. DON'T TAKE TWO OF THESE, BUT CALL US IN THE MORNING IV: Or. L C. HrtdtottM According to many medical practitioners, the answer almost every physical problem Is drugs or sugery. But does that make sense? The human body is the only actually reproducing Itself, so doesn't it follow that It's also equipped to handle most of It's own repairs? At the Decatur Chiropractic Clinic we attend to your immediate pains or sickness with the purpose ol realigning the balance between you bones, muscles, organs and your brain. We help the body help itself. Then we reestablish the natural balance of your systems, so they work together to keep you healthy and sound. 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The elementary school as well as the high school, had a special meal of oriental chicken topped off with a Chinese almond cookie, to help in celebration of the occasion. Not pictured was Mrs. Neva Norman. (Photo by Lois Cooper) if.j o machine capable of K rw. November 24, v? r Plug your into the stars. "St ., . IIP .US The Sellers Satellite Antenna System will plug your television into 60 to 80 stations including all satellite movie stations, sports, news, educational, religious, music, weather, Spanish and French Canadian languages, sports specials, children's programming and more. 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