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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 16, 1972
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IOC--July 16, 1972 * Sunday Gcuettm-Mail Ch6rlt»ton, W«l Virginia Death Notice* Mrs. Jessie Ault Mrs. Jessie E. Ault, 59, of 6 Kanawha Blvd. W., died Frida in McMillan Hospital after short illness. She was a member of Ladles of the M o o s and the Licensed Practical Nurses Assn. Mrs. Au had been em ployed at McMil tan Hospital fo \3 years. Surviving: bus b a n d , Armanc R.; daughter Mrs. Y v o n n Burford of St Albans; stepson of Columbus MRS. AULT David E. Ault Ohio; sister, Mrs. Lois Cantlej of Olcott; brothers, James P Flowers of St. Albans, Arnol Flowers of Olcott, Mike Flower: of Whitesville; Denver Flower of Alum Creek. Service will be held at 2 p.m Sunday at Long and Fisher Fu neral Home in Charleston will the Rev. Elizabeth Caudill offici ating. Burial will be in Graceland Memorial Park in Ruthdale Louis Baer Louis L. Baer, 68, of Beverly Hills, Calif., f o r m e r l y of Charleston, died Friday in California hospital. He was a member of the Temple of Israel and a past president of the congregation. Mr. Baer was also a member of the Charleston Lowenstein Pioneer Family. Surviving: wife, Faylese Meyer Baer; son, Kenneth Baer of Atlanta, Ga.; sister, Mrs. Henrietta Ackermon of St. Louis, Mo.; brother, Howard Baer of St. Louis, Mo. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Simpson Funeral Home Chapel with Rabbi Samuel Volkman officiating. Burial win be in Lowenstein Section of the Spring Hill Cemetery. No calling hours. Calif., Mrs. Ben Allegretti Pheonix, Ariz. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in St. Pauls United Methodist Church in Nitre with the Rev. Kenneth Bali and the Rev. James A r b o g a s t officiating. Burial will be in Cunningham Memorial Park in St. Albans with Masonic graveside,rites by the Nitro Masonic Lodge. Friends may call after 3 p.m. today in at Cooke and Pauley Funeral Home in Nitro. The body will be taken to the church one hour prior to service. Eugene Call Eugene Egbert Call, 50, of 1214 Payne Ave., Dunbar, died Saturday in National Institutes of Health Hospital in Bethesda Md., after a long illness. Keller Funeral Home in Dunin charge of arrange- Air Force Bast in Maine, Home in St. Albans. Burial will George of Lansing, Robert of be in Cunningham Memorial Tampa. Fla., Gleason of Beck-Park. ley; sister, Mrs. Francis Legg| . of Lansing; 16 grandchildren, i Rev. Thomas Shea Service will be held at 1 p.m.i FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.'Rev. Thomas E. Shea, 82, of Ft. Lauderdale, formerly of South i Charleston, W. Va., died Saturday in Holy Cross Hospital in Ft. Lauderdale. He was a retired Methodist minister. Surviving: son, James of South Charleston, V. Va. Service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in Sannin Funeral Home in Ft. Lauderdale. Burial will be in West Palm Beach. bar is ments. Plummer Gutlip 3UCKEYE--Plummer Fenton lutlip, 72, of Buckeye, Pocahon- as County, died Friday in his ome of a heart attack. He was a retired schoolteach- · and a member of the Marlin- on United Methodist Church, also the Masonic Lodge. He was Lansing Baptist Church with the Rev. Alfred Bowe officiating. Burial will be in Lansing Cemetery. The body will be taken to the church one hour prior to service. Friends may call after 5 p.m. today at Combs Funeral Home in Gauley Bridge. Mrs. Anna Maines Mrs. Anna Amelia Maines, 58, of 709 Hansford St., St. Albans, died Saturday in McMillan Hospital after a long illness. She was a member of the United Methodist Church and ted been a resident of this area 19 years. Mrs. Maines was born n Wellston, Ohio. She was also a member of .the Moose auxiliary. Surviving: husband, Gaylord M.; sons, Norton G. Maines of Toledo, Ohio, Robert N. of Lima, Ohio, Melvin G. with the U.S. Air Force in Japan, James R. of Camel, Ind.; daughters, Mrs. Laura Taylor of Nitro; brother, Norman Shelton of Washington, D. C.; half-brothers, Fred Shelton of New Lexington, Ohio, Howard Shelton of S. Holly Stover S. Holly Stover, 51, of Cedar Grove, died Friday In Charleston Memorial Hospital after a short illness. He was a telegraph operator for 31 years for Penn Central Railroad Co., a World War II veteran and a member of the ! e d a r Grove Baptist Church and the Brotherhood of Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks Union. Mr. Stover was a native of Alderson, Greenbrier County. Surviving: wife, Shirley; son, Patrick of Cedar Grove; brothers, D. J. of Hinton. P. H. of Hyattsville, Md., W. W. of Beck- ~ey; sisters, Mrs: May Lively of California; half-sister, M r s. St. Albans, Mrs. Gladys Wheeler Gayle Hughes of California. ; of St. Petersburg, Fla. The body is at the Casdorph- i Service will be held at 11 .a.m. )orn in Lobelia. Surviving: wife, Vernie Mcoy Cutlip; son, Col. Harry S. utlip with the U.S. Air Force Ji Okinawa; daughter, Mrs. Erestine Sandidge of Kingsport, enn.; sister, Miss Zora Cutlip : Droop. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in the Marlinton United Method- t Church with the Rev. Mayard Crawford. Burial will be in ountain View Cemetery. The body is at the Van Re- nen Funeral Home. Curry Funeral Home. The body will be taken to the Roger Gaskil Funeral Home in i Monday at Cook Funeral Home in Cedar Grove with the Rev. Ross C. Harrison officiating. Mrs. Limy Dickerson OAK HILL-Mrs. Lany Ev?I- Dickerson, 95, of Oak Hill, ayette County, died Saturday Oak Hill Hospital after lort illness. the Mrs. Stashie Bryant SOD--Mrs. Stashie L. Bryant 49, of Sod, Lincoln County, for merly of St. Albans, died Friday at her home after a long illness Surviving: husband, W. A "Fritz" Bryant; sons, W. A. Bill Jr. of South Charleston, Toby W: of Pliney; brothers, Earl HcClure of Arizona, Calvin of Wyoming, Tunney with the U. S. Amy; sisters, Mrs. Delia Turley of Alum Creek, Mrs.. Goldie Seals of Chicago, 111.1, Mrs. Pearl Barnette of Milton. Service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Bartlett Funeral Home in St. Albans with the Rev. Don Coleman officiating Burial will be in Maddox Cemetery. Friends may call from 3 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home Alfred Cantley · Alfred Cantley, 97, of Rt. 5 Charleston, died Saturday in his home after a long illness. He was a retired fanner and a member of the Elk Valley Advent Christian Church. Surviving: sons, E. 0. Cantley of Rt. 5, L. C. Cantley of Bif Chimney, Clarence Cantley of Medford, Ore.; .daughter, Mrs. Ethel C. Hood of Ridgeview: brothers, James Cantley and Cornelius Cantiey both of Foster; sisters, Mrs. Rebecca Mae McKinney of. Foster, Mrs. Eiza Jane Coyle of Palmetto, Fla.; 12 grandchildren, children. 18 great-grand- Service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Hafer Funeral Home in Elkview with the Rev. Dennie R. Schoolcraft officiating. Burial will be in the Cantley Family Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today at the funeral home. - James Comer James G. Comer, 49, of Imperial Towers, Charleston, formerly of Nitro, died Friday in Charleston Memorial Hospital after a long illness. He was a teacher at Hayes Junior High School in St. Albans, and a former principal at Nitro High School, and former vice-principal of St. Albans High School. Mr. Comer was holder of a B.A. degree and a Masters degree from West Virginia University. He was a veteran of World War II, and a member of St. Pauls United Methodist Church in Nitro, the O'Dall Masonic Lodge of Madison, Scottish Rite Bodies of Charleston. He was a native of Lansing, Fayette County. Surviving: wife, Wanda Gray Comer; daughter, Mrs. Douglas Pond of South Hills, Va.; SOD, James R. Comer of Morgantown; mother, Mrs. Odessa Comer of Fayetteville; brothers, Edward Comer of Orlando, Fla., Robert Comer of San Francisco, Calif., John Comer of DuPont City. Kenneth Comer of Los Angeles, Calif., Joe Comer of Oak Hill, Larry Comer of Fayetteville: sisters, Mrs. John Perry of Nitro, Mrs. Charles Ross of San Francisco, Calif., Mrs. Charles Bonneau of Bakersfield, She was a member of Bethel Methodist Church in Corliss and was a native of Kan awha County. Surviving: sons, Herbert Al bert and Jennings Woodrow both of Charleston; daughters Mrs. Thelma Amick of Charles ton, Mrs. Allie D. Proctor of Oak Hill, Mrs. Mabelle Murray of Sebring Fla., Mrs. Glenna Legg of Beckley; sisters, Mrs. W. J. Norris of Charleston; two grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Tyree Funeral Home Chapel in Oak Hill with Dr. Ross M. Evans officiating. Burial will be in High Lawn' Memorial Park in Oak Hill. Friends may call from 7 to ) p.m. today at the funera! borne. Wellston, Ohio. Arrangements Burial will be in Sunsst Memori- are incomplete. ! a l Park in Beckley. Friends may call after 6 p.m. Hazel Miller : today at the.funeral.home. Mrs. Mrs. Hazel Miller, 71, of 519 i Peebles Ct., died Saturday in Charleston General Hospital after a long illness. She was a resident of Charleston for 55 years. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. C. S. Gwaltney of Virginia Beach, Va,; son, Wyatt M. Miller Jr. of Charleston; sisters, Mrs. Basil Britton of Charleston, Mrs. Gary Lewis of Atlanta, Ga.; irolhers, Homer and Ernest White of Lakeworth, Fla., Albertus White of Charleston; five Joshua Hammond Elder Joshua Caleb Hammond, 90, of 1317 Cresecent Rd., died Friday in McMillan Hos- ital after a short illness, leav- ng. 126- survivors. He was a pastor at Hopewell 'rimitive Baptist Church in Ty er Heights for 40 years. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Jessie Wolfingbarger and Miss Elizabeth Hammond of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mrs. Bessie Sigmon of Glasgow; sons, Zeland of Charleston, Lonard of Dun- jar and Howard of Charleston; oster daughters, Mrs. Elma lalstead of Frame and Mrs. Mary Maddox of Charleston; 39 grandchildren; 75 great grand- hildren; and six great grea 1 grandchildren. Service will be 1 p.m. Mondaj in Hopewell Primitive Baptis Church with the Elder Veldon ,ynn and Elder Reynolds Pen lington officiating. Burial wil be in Page Cemetery on Kelly's "Ireek. The body is at the Cunning ham Funeral Home. grandchildren, two great grandchildren. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today at the Bartlett-Burdette Funeral Home. Arrangements are incomplete. Mrs. Gladys Neal BOYNTON BEACH, Fla.- Mrs. -Gladys Powers Neal, 58, of Mrs. Bernice Williams Mrs. Bernice Williams, 55, of 36 Second St., Virginia Heights, St. Albans, died Saturday in Thomas Memorial Hospital after a long illness. She was a member of the Baptist Temple of Charleston. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. Barbara B. Snyder at home; sons, Douglas at home, Dwight L. of Charleston, Roger Lee of Australia, Robert L. with the Army, in Louisiana, and Evan L. ofi ELDEST STATESMAN SAM CHILTON (STANDING)* Jamea Loop Looks On During District V Meeting Ex-Kanawha Educator Dies at 95 MOUNDSVILLE-Miss Daisy M. Gutts, 95, of Mouadsville, who taught school IF Kanawha County 27 years prior to her retirement, died Friday in a nursing home at Saint Clairsville, Ohio. She was a member of Simpson United Methodist Church, Moundsville, member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and graduate of West Liberty State College. Surviving are a brother, Howard Gatts of Moundsville; sisters, Mrs. W. R. McGeary of Pittsburgh, Pa. Mrs. Frances Elliott of Columbus, Ohio. Service will begin at 2 p.m. Monday, GrLsell Funeral Home, Moundsville, officiated by the Rev. William R. McGeary Jr. Greenlawn Cemetery. Visitors may call from noon to p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. today. Vandals Active In South Hills A wave of vandalism swept the South Hills area Saturday, city detectives said. Residents along O a k w o o d , Bridge and Hickory* roads reported to police five, separate cases for car window s'mashings during the night. Detectives have found no motive for the outbreak. A similar wave of window smasbings hit the area several weeks ago. Boynton Beach died Saturday in J.F. Kennedy Hospital here. She was fromerly of Campbell's Creek Drive in Kanawha lounty, W.Va., where she was a member of the Rensford Baptist Church. Surviving: husband, T. K. ^Jeal; daughters, Mrs. Sandra Stone of Charleston, W.Va. Mrs. Janis Clapp and Mrs. Bet- iy Williams, both of Boynton Beach, Mrs. Mary Ann Wallas of Indiana, Mrs. Peggy Sargent of Basin, Va., Mrs. Billie Gates of Oklahoma City, Okla.; sisters, Mrs. Helen Spencer of Kingston, W. Va., Mrs. Mildred Webb of Beckley,-W.Va., Mrs. Ruth Sowers of Christiansburg, Va.; brothers, Earl Powers of Cunard, W.Va., Homer Powers of Gary, Ind., 17 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. The body will be at Tyree funeral Home in Oak Hill, W.Va., Tuesday. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Mrs. Eva Parsons Mrs. Eva M. Parsons, 45, of i09% Glenwood Ave., Charles:on, was found dead in her home Friday. ELLISON, Ernest Lee ST.-Service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Lansing Baptist r*Ut.«%i. M ^iu *t__ n ** Church Vaughn McClung officiating. Burial will South Charleston; brother, Edward Baker of Dunbar. Snodgrass Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements, charge of arrangements. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be Young Democrats Fare Well in District II made to either the Cancer or Heart Fund. with and the Rev. Guy the Rev. Mark By Steven E. Kravitz candidates for county, state andiHutchinson, Joe Hereford, Jane A two-and-one-half hour meeting of Democrats in Kanawha County's second magisterial district Saturday night was well- represented with young people national office from the .magis- jterial district, Mrs. Angus Peyton, Mrs. Barbara Boiarasky, Alida Rockefeller and Mrs. Paul J. Kaufman, Maroney and Rudolph DiTrapano. Kaufman said the young peo- from the wealthier areas of the ! E te wil1 p r ese ^ ? P la t f °TM i'die convention including the fol- 'lowing points: Henley, Joe Smith, Maxine Still, Charlie Barnett, Catherine Tate, Mendel Carp, Martha Walker, Jim Howell, George Daugherty (who chaired 1 the meeting) and Ida Cantley, all committee members. Youth delegates elected include Kaufman, Jenny Billus, Lucas Neese, John Annand, ae in Lansing C e m e t e r y , meeting. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today at Dodd-Payne Fu-i neral Home in Fayetteville. The body will be taken to the church one hour prior to service. Mr. Ellison, 65, of Lansing, Fayette County, djed Friday in Oak Hill Hospital. KING, Chester L. --Service will be held at 2 p.m. today at Elaynes Funeral Home in Buffalo with the Rev. James Davis officiating. Burial will be in Buf- 'alo Memorial Park. Mr. King, 57, of Redhouse, Putnam Coun- died Thursday in Pleasant district. Tod Kaufman, son of former, *-A° slate of youth candidates James Kauffeit, John Hantaney, State Sen. Paul J. Kaufman, be elected to the'state conven-i unsuccessful candida'te for the tion. Democratic nomination for gov-l *-The district be pledged to ernor in 1968, led a delegation ofj s ^PP° r f th f candidacy approximately 20 youths at the! Monday, Cindy Butler, Ripley, Morgan Peyton, John Mike Frances Jones, Florence Jones, Jim Steiger, Bob Kerns, Cindy Ellis, and Marshll Peck.* Others elected as delegates were Maroney, Barbara Mc- Cormiek, Janice Swain, Fannie Marland, Joseph Peters, Martha Kuhns, Jean Claymore, Kathy Boettner, Anne Little, Kathleen Barker and Grant Cantley. Hospital. DELEGATES for Supreme Court i **A youth representative be elected to the platform committee to assure planks calling for ^ more young people at all levels elude the 22 committeemen and)of state government; the aboli-' committeewomen from the dis- Lion of strip mining; the aboli- trict, 16 young people attending':tion of gob piles; the replace- the meeting, and 11 of the other l me nt of the business and occu- person? who also attended. Ajpation tax; and the creation of adopted calling for the Demo-la single division of environmen- cratic party to completely follow;tai protection with jurisdiction motion by Pat Maroney was ; over air pollution, water pollu- and adhere to the McGovern.Uon, strip mining and any other 011 " lDl " 11 " 'activity which threatens deterioration of (he environment. guidelines.' The guidelines, a source of She was a member of much controversy at the meet-j ^legates elected to the con-; ing, held at George Washington! y, entl ° n "dude Marguerite Cot- 1 High School, call for proportion-^. Jlm7 Raymond, Molly Deal rrorpipnrarinn nf racial mi 'W'CW, WOOdrow McComaS, Mar- LOPEZ, Mrs. Juanita-Serv- tffi"^. older perso^it^ Racer, Keith Griffith, Janet and persons of all socicMiconom-!£ urTbTin ' B ||' w «*«. Margaret ice will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Holden with the Rev. Joseph W d o w i a k officiating. Burial will be in Highland Mem- Arthur Heiskell Arthur "Boots" Heiskell, 69 of No. 4 Franks Court, Charles on, was dead on arrival Saturday at Charleston General Hos pital. He was a resident of Charleson for 59 years and a member of the Liberty Baptist Church Vfr. Heiskell was former owner of the Elite Club. Surviving: wife, Mattie Saw. ers Heiskell; aunt, Mrs. Ida bhnson of Charleston; cousin lussell Thompson of Charles- Arrangements are incomplete, The body is at Harden-Harden Funeral Home. James Horrocks JODIE--James Charles Horrocks, 59, of Jodie, Fayette County, died Saturday in Montgomery General Hospital after a long illness. He was a coal miner. Surviving: wife, Runa Horrocks; sons, Lee of Jodie, Dallas of Charlton Heights, Thomas with Tenn. the Navy Kenneth in Memphis, of .Geneva, Ohio; daughters, Mrs. Doris Brown of Shelbyville, Ind., Mrs. Rose Stephens of Franklin, Ind., Mrs. Ruth Jones of Jodie; stepson, William Hess of Fayetteville; brothers, Walter at Lorain SPECIALISTS IN CREATIVE DESIGNING · NIW MODIKK DISPLAY tOOM · QUALITY MATHIALS · "ASONMU COSTS » COMHW FACILITY CALL 24L1.A55 USISIAISIRTIMCE JIJ-OOJJ FOMAMHK 222 KANAWHA BLVD.. 1AST the ory .Gardens in Godby. Friends rene. Northside Church of the Naza-jmay call anytime today at Honaker Harris Funeral Home. Rosary will be recited at 8:30 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mrs. Surviving: husband, Calvin B.; sons, Franklin and Charles Reed both of Charleston; daughters, Mrs. Mary Ann Smith of Carmel, Maine, Mrs. Bonnie Frye McCormick of Nashua, New Hampshire, sister, Mrs Hazel Smith of Parkersburg, brother, Paul Sissonville. D. Breedon of Service will be 11 a.m. Tuesday in Long-Fisher Funeral Home in Pocatalico with the Rev. Ray Whiteman officiating Friends may call after 2 p.m! today at the funeral home. Carson Paulev Lopez, 78, of Logan, died Thurs-ithe state convention here, day in Holden Hospital. ' PERSINGER, the Rev. Benjamin J. -Service will be held at 1 ic strata. Maronev had moved! B - Horn ' Earl Williams. Barry! the guidelines be used in de- terming the portion of the district's 49 delegates to the July! 26 county convention, but later withdrew his motion. ; The July 26 county convention will choose delegates to attend p.m. Monday at Kimberly Church of God with the Rev. Lloyd Gibson officiating. Burial will be in Montgomery Memorial Park in Londen. The-body will be taken to the church one hour prior to service. Friends may c a l l from 2 to 10 p.m. today at B. C. Hooper Funeral Home. The Rev. Persinger, 48, : of Kimberly, Fayette County, ^_H41. O1PU JL CIUI'C'Y I *fc»'Mfc/*-*,*j , ». «*J*_Vl,\; VsUUUkjr, Carson S. Pauley, 56, of 13 die d Thursday in a Jacksonville, Tenth Ave., South Charleston,! Ark -. hospital, died Saturday in Thomas Memo-' scheduled for Aug. 19. At this 5* convention, in addition to the normal procedure of naming presidential electors, a nominee jntrsiueuuai eiwuurs, a nominee i n " a i j . · · for the Supreme Court of Ap- ^61^0(131 AttentlOd rial Hospital after a short ill-! Petro Zeto WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS He was a 25-year-veteran of --Petro Zeto, 78, of White Sul- ness. the Union Carbide Corporation, and a resident of South Charles- ion for 25 years. He was a member of the Fifth Avenue Church of God. Surviving: wife, Ailleen,; son, Larry, with Ore U.S. Naval Air force in Virginia; one daughter, Patricia Johnson, of Texas City, Tex.; brothers, Richard, of Hurricane, Calvin and Robert, -of Nitro and Malley Jr., of- Winston-Salem, N.C.; sisters,, Mrs. Helen Downs, of Hurricane, Mrs. Wary Rehe, of Dunbar, and Mrs. Gene Hedrick, of Nitro; also three grandchildren. Friends may call after 7 p.m. oday at the Snodgrass Funeral Home. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. phur Springs, died Friday in Greenbrier Valley Hospital at Ronceverte after a short illness. peals vacancy created .by the death of Judge Frank Raymond i will be named; i Although Daugherty said he had tried "to get a represent- ! ative group from all over the , district'* at Saturday night's ; meeting, almost al! the young | people in attendance were i from Louden-Heights and Fort ; Hill. The persons over 21 f i came from a wider geographi- i cal area. ' Selected as alternates for the convention were all other perosn 1 in attendance at the meeting, all Surviving: son, Nick J. of Columbus, Ohio; daughters, Mrs. Florence Phelps of Miami, Fla., and Mrs. Mary Meagher of White Sulphur Springs. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Shanklin Funeral Home in White Sulphur Springs with the Rev. C. L. Atkinson officiating. Burial will be in Rosewood Cemetery in Lewisburg. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Our Personal Attention, ivhon you arc c a l l e d upon to put a Iwvcd otic to rest, and the burden nf your grief makes a t t e n - tion t o details d i f f i c u l t , r d y upon us in carry out your cu-ry wish in t h e selection o) a l i n a l resting place. M ONTGOMERY MEMORIAL PARK London, W . V a . . on ?oute 60 Dial 442-9212 Office. Sontjomery, W . V a . 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