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13C --May 19,1974 Sundav Cassette-Mail Ctartesfco, KK«1 Death Notices Elijah Bias MILTON - Elijah Evermont Bias, 82, of. Milton, Cabe!l County, died Friday in Doctors Memorial Hospital, Huntington. He was a retired employe of the Chessie System. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Thomas E. Thompson of Hurricane, Mrs. Helena Young and Mrs. Virginia Graley, both of Ashford and Mrs. Ele- veen Thompson of Cleveland, Ohio; sons, James of Huntington and Charles of Milton; sisters, Mrs. Clara Hayes and Mrs. Jewell Ashworth, both of Milton, Mrs. Laura Pennington and Mrs. Alice Gilchrist, both of Huntington and Mrs. Dosha Curry of Logan; brothers, Elisha of Florida and Hurshell and Charles, both of Logan; 16 grandchildren. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Heck Funeral Home, Milton. Burial will be in Maupin Cemetery near Ona. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. today. Mrs. Maltie Dardi LOGAN - Mrs. Maltie Jean Dardi, 35, of Chicago, 111., formerly of Logan County, died Wednesday of injuries received in an automobile accident May 12 in Chicago. She was a member of Christian Fellowship Church, Chicago. Surviving: sons, Charles Anthony and Boyd Douglas, both at home; parents, Boyd and Lizzie Maynard of Chicago, 111- Service will be 1 p.m. today in Central Baptist Church, Logan, with the Rev. Glen White officiating. Burial will be in Community Memorial Gardens, East Lynn. The body is at Honaker Funeral Home, Logan. Hamon Davis NEWPORT NEWS, Va. Hamon Edward Davis, 47, of Hayes, Va., died Thursday in a hospital here after a long illness. A native of Charleston, W. Va., he was a resident of the Newport News area for the past 15 years. Mr. Davis was an employe of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Co. Surviving: wife, Mrs. Lola G. Davis; brothers, Robert Davis of Charleston, W. Va., Ray Davis of Barboursville, W. Va.; sister, Mrs. Oddie Lane of Newport News. The body has been sent to the Tetrick Funeral Horiie in Elizabethton, Tenn., for services Monday afternoon. Burial will be in Rittertown Baptist Church Cemetery in Hampton, Tenn. Melissa Dillon AMEAGLE - Melissa Susan Dillon, 4-day-old infant daughter of Jerry and Debra Coots Dillon, of Ameagle, Raleigh County, died Friday in Raleigh General Hospital. Additional survivors: paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Dillon of Colcord; maternal grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. Herman Coots of Ameagle; paternal great- grandmother, Mrs. Clara Bell Petty of Colcord; maternal great-grandmother, Mrs. Opal Doss of Ameagle. Graveside service will be 2 p.m. today in Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens with the Rev. Johnny Burgess officiating. The body is at Armstrong Funeral Home, Whitesville. Revere Goe CLENDENIN - Revere "Abe" Coe, 57, of Rt. 1, Clendenin, died Saturday in Staats Hospital. He was a pipeline construction worker. Surviving: father, Clate Coe of Clendenin; brothers, Paul, Loveaughn and Robert, all of Clendenin; sister, Mrs. Edna Irby of Morgantown. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Knight-Young Funeral Home, Clendenin, with the Rev. John W. Lowe officiating. Burial will be in Clendenin Memorial Gardens. Friends may call after 5 p.m. today. brothers, Noah Mills of Huntington and Lonnie Mills of Beech Fork. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Faith Freewill Baptist Church, Stollings, with the Rev. Moss Craddock officiating. Burial will be in Yuma Cemetery. The body is at James Funeral Home, Logan, where friends may call after 5 p.m. today. Doy Gibson ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. Doy Houston Gibson, 65, of St. Augustine, Fla., formerly of South Charleston, died Sunday. He was a chef and a native of Kanawha County. Surviving: son, Kenneth Ray of Grand Rapids, Mich, and Randal, address unknown; daughters, Mrs. Carol Christie of Comstock Park, Mich., Mrs. Judy Keech and Mrs. Teresa Gibson, both of Grand Rapids, Mich.; brothers, George William and Robert Ray, both of South Charleston; sisters, Mrs. Ines Clara Seafler of Elkview and Mrs. Rosa Allie Newcomer of Charleston. Service will be 10 a. m. today in Good Shepherd Funeral Home, South Charleston, with the Rev. Lee Graley officiating. Burial will be in Gibson Family Cemetery, Ruth. Mrs. Nora Frye STOLLINGS - Mrs. Nora Frye, 76, of Stollings, Logan County, died Friday in Guyan Valley Hospital. Surviving: sons, Noah and Vernon, both of Stollings; The best wcfy to break a habit is to drop it. HEARING AID CENTER 201 ItOW IT. ra.3U.t52t HOMU WAVMIGHT, JR. brtHM Nnri| AM «»4M»f!ll the Rev. William F. Byrd, the Rev. E, Roy Morton and the Rev. Charles Goddard officiating. Burial will be in Schultz Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Mrs. Leola Massey SALT LAKE CITY, Utah Mrs. Leola Massey, 63, of Salt Lake City, formerly of Crown Hill, died Thursday in Salt Lake City. She was a resident of Utah for the past 18 years and a native of Kayford. Surviving: sons, Lorano "Buddy" of Hansford and William of Salt Lake City; stepson, Roger Massey of Arkansas; daughters, Mrs. Hattie Barber of Tennessee, Mrs. Louise Crane and Mrs. Alice Gillie, both of Salt Lake City; father, William Dyer of East Bank; brother, Charles Dyer of Michigan; sisters, Mrs. Miss Irene Dyer, Mrs. Helen Clendenin and Mrs. Margaret Arthur, all of East Bank, Mrs. Roy Rankin and Mrs. William Herrald, both of Charleston; 14 grandchildren; five great- grandchildren. The body is being returned to Pryor Funeral Home, East Bank. Miss Garnet Hastings Miss Garnet Hastings, 70, a former resident of Belle, died Saturday in Barboursville · State Hospital. Surviving: brothers, Harold Hastings of Campbells Creek and John W. and Bill D. Hastings, both of Belle and Damon Hastings of Maiden; sisters, Mrs. Maysel Ferrell of Charleston and Mrs. Minnie Comptpn of Belle. Service will be 1:30 p. m. Monday in Fidler-Frame Funeral Home, Belle, with the Rev. Richard L. Carpenter officiating. Burial will be in Witcher Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p. m. today. Lionel D. Hale Lionel D. Hale, age unlisted, of 4439 Washington St. West, died Saturday in Charleston Area Medical Center's General, Division after a short illness. · , . He was a retired employe of the former Naval Ordnance plant of South Charleston and a member of the (?hurch of Christ. Surviving: wife, Marie 0.; sisters, Mrs. Lillis Lawson of California, Mrs. Amy Bayes of South Charleston, Mrs. Reba Alford of Scott Depot. The body is in Wilson Funeral Home. Chris Kedward HURRICANE - Chris Kedward, infant son of Scott and Rebecca Cox Kedward, of Hurricane, died shortly after birth Friday in Thomas Memorial Hospital. Additional survivors: sister, Wendy Leigh, at home; maternal grandmother, Mrs, Orville Cox of Charleston; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Henry Kedward of Charleston. Graveside service will be 2 pirn, today in Valley View Cemetery, Hurricane, with the Rev. Morton Estep officiating. The body is at Allen Funeral Home, Hurricane. William Mathews William "Bill" Marion Mathews, 81, of 904 Toman St., South Charleston, died Friday at Thomas Memorial Hospital. He was former owner of Mathews Grocery Store in Loudendale and was a lifelong resident of Kanawha County. Surviving: brother, Gus of Cleveland Ohio; sisters, Mrs. Rachel Lewis of San Antonio, Tex., Mrs. Mary Harpold of South Charleston, Mrs. Louise Grover of Charleston. Service will be 3 p. m. Monday in Good Shepherd Funeral Home, South Charleston, with Virgil Meadows POINT PLEASANT - Virgil B. Meadows, 49, of Point Pleasant, Mason County, died Saturday in Pleasant Valley Hospital. He was a former employe of the City of Point Pleasant Water Department and a river pilot for the City Ice and Fuel Co.. Surviving: wife, Kathern Tillis Meadows; daughters, Miss Jane Meadows of Point Pleasant and Mrs. Beth Ann Bonecutter of Henderson; sons, Roger "Bo" Meadows of Point Pleasant and James K. Shell of Point Pleasant; sister, Mrs. Dorothy See of Point Pleasant; brothers, John and Roy, both of Point Pleasant, James of Gallipolis Ferry and Everett of Columbus, Ohio. Graveside service will be 1:30 p.m. Monday in Kirkland Memorial Gardens, with the Rev. Warren Faulknier officiating. The body is at Wilcoxen Funeral Home, Point Pleasant, where friends may call after 6 p.m. today. Wednesday after a long illness. He was a member and Sunday school superintendent of White Plains Baptist Church. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Piccola Eppinger and Mrs. Jewette Seay, both of Georgia; sons, Samuel Jr. and Richard, both of Georgia; sisters, Mrs. Mary S. Thomas of Charleston, Mrs. Julia M. Lee of Florida; brothers, Henry of Charleston and John address unknown. Service will be 1 p.m. today in W h i t e Plains Baptist Church. Burial will be in Mount Olive Cemetery, Georgia. tona Beach, Fla., formerly of Charleston, died Thursday in Halifax Medical Center, Daytona Beach, The body is at Cunningham Funeral Home where friends £ay call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. ra. today. Smithers WVT Given William Turner BECKLEY - William Turner, 46, of Beckley, Raleigh County, died Thursday in Beckley Veterans Hospital after a short illness. Surviving: mother, Mrs. Edith Turner of Beckley; brother, John Turner Jr. of Rochester, N.Y.; sisters, Mrs. Mary Collins and Mrs. Laura Hairston, both of Beckley, Mrs. Daisey Toler and Miss Emma Turner, booh of Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Hattie Mucken of Waterbury, Conn., Mrs. Adgie Dandridge of Harrisburg, Pa. Service will be 2:30 p.m. Monday in Welcome Baptist Church, Beckley, with the Rev. Thomas Pryor officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park. The body is at Ritchie-Johnson Funeral Home, Becklev. where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. today. Mrs. Mae Angelo Mrs. Mae B. Angelo, 70, of Charleston, died Thursday in Charleston General Hospital. She was a retired nurse and a member of the Baptist Church. Surviving: brother, Emery Miller of Lansing. Service will be 2 p.m. today in Dodd-Payne Funeral Home, Fayetteville, with the Rev. Lesley Martin officiating. Burial will be in Lansing Cemetery. Mrs. Lucille Metzgrer WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.- Mrs. Lucille Metzgrer, 58, of White Plains, N.Y., formerly of Lewisburg, Greenbrier County, died Friday after a long illness. Surviving: brother, Charles Tomlinson of Lewisburg; sisters, Mrs. W. L. Hampton of Smoot and Mrs. Everett Dameron of Kalmarnock, Va. Service and burial will be Monday in Scarsdale, N.Y. Mrs. Mary Morris Mrs. Mary Agnes Morris, of 213 Clark Dr., died Friday in General Division, Charleston Area Medical Center, after a long illness. She was a member of the First Baptist Church. Surviving: husband, John; daughter, Mrs. Lillie Marie Lake of Charleston; mother, Mrs. Emma Holmes of Charleston; sister, Mrs. Magie Leeder of Philadlephia, Pa.; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Preston Funeral Home with the Rev. Paul Gilmer officiating. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today. Paul Richmond HINTON - Paul Frederick Richmond, 35, of Hinton, Summers County, died Friday in Summers County Hospital after a long illness. Surviving: mother, Mrs. Bertha Richmond of Hinton; brothers; Denny of Hilldale and Harold of Toledo, Ohio; sister, Mrs. Lorene Ward of Baltimore, Md. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in E.M. Meadows Funeral Home, Hinton, with the Rev. Ray Martin officiating; Burial will be in Simmons Cemetery, Mount View. Friends may call after 5 p.m. today. James White ' James Lee White, 58, of 3514 Noyes Ave. T died Saturday in Memorial Division, Charleston Area Medical Center, after surgery. He was a salesman for Armour and Co., Louisville, Ky., for 34 years, a member of Dunbar Masonic lodge, Beni Kedem Temple and a veteran of World War II. Surviving: w i f e , June; daughter, Connie Sue, at. home. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Curry Funeral Home, Alum Creek, with the Rev. Otie G. Smith officiating. Burial will be in Forks of Coal Cemetery. Friends may call from 2:30 to 9 p.m. today. D E A R I E N , Andrew L. "Rump"-- Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Springfork Baptist Church with the Rev. Paul Skaggs and the Rev. Morris Macemore officiating. Burial will be in Pence Cemetery, Campbells Creek. Mr. Dearien, 63, of 3533 Springfork Dr., died Friday in McMillan Division, Charleston Area Medical Center. The body is at Stevens- Grass Funeral Home, Maiden, where friends may call. It will be taken to the church one hour before the service. JHLLARD, Rev. Hertie C. -- Service will be 1 p.m. Tuesday in St. Paul Baptist Church, Beckley, with the Rev. Walter Harris and the Rev. David Powell officiating. Burial will be in Blue'Ridge Memorial Gardens Mausoleum. Rev. Dillard, 59, of Beckley, Raleigh County, died Thursday in Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital after a long illness. Ritchie-Johnson Funeral Home, Beckley, is in charge of the arrangements. FOX, Mrs. Bessie -- Graveside service will be 2 p. m. Monday in Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens, with the Rev. Warren Anderson officiating. Mrs. Fox, 74, of Day- HILL, Robert -- Service will be 1 p. m. Tuesday in New Bethel Holiness Temmple, Temple, with Elder Alvester McConnell officiating. Burial will be in Meadow Haven Cemetery, Ingram Branch. Mr. Hill, 37, of Beckley, Raleigh County, died Friday in Beckley Veterans Hospital. The body is at Ritchie-Johnson Funeral Home, Beckley. MILLINOR, Mrs. Icie Mae Legg -- Service will be 11 a. m. Monday in Cunningham Funeral Home with the Rev. Bertam Young officiating. Burial will be in Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens. Mrs. Milliner, 66, of 2903 Second Ave., died Thursday in General Division, Charleston Area Medical Center. Death Probed MONTGOMERY - State Police are investigating the shooting death of a 62-year-old Smithers man whose body was found along Cannelton Hollow road early Saturday. The dead man was identified as James Crews, a miner for Semet-Solvay and a 25-year resident of Smithers. The body was found by a coal truck driver, troopers said. Crews had been shot once with a small caliber weapon, police said. Surviving are the wife, Alice; sons, James Jr. of London, Charles at home; daughter, Mrs. Gwendolyn Lindsey of Smithers; father, Ellis Crews of Charleston; sister, Mrs. Louise Coleman of Pittsburgh, Pa. The body is in Anderson- Hairston Funeral Home here. SHREWSBURY, Mrs. Evelyn Hope Thomas -- Service will be 11 a. m. today in Fairview Freewill Baptist Church, Flat Top, with the Rev. Leslie Lilly and the Rev. Milburn Jewell officiating. Burial will be in Gadd Cemetery. Mrs. Shrewsbury, 26, of Flat Top, Mercer County, was found Thursday strangled at her home. The case is still under investigation. The body is at Rose-Quesenberry Funeral Home, Beckley. NUNLEY, Charles R. Service will be 1:30 p.m. Monday in J.E. Johnson Funeral Home, Kanawha City, with the Rev. David Cabes officiating. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Nunley, 68, of 145 Norton Ave., died Friday in St. Francis Hospitl. The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. .; SNODGRASS, Dan - Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Snodgrass Funeral Home, South Charleston, with the Rev. Harry L.'Shaffer officiating. Burial will be in Lilly Cemetery. Mr. Snodgrass, 52 of 70084 MacCorkle Ave., SE, Maiden, died shortly after arriving at Montgomery General Hospital Friday of injuries received in a construction accident on the Fayette Coun- «ty New River Gorge Bridge. Friends may call from 1 to 9 p.m. today. WILLIAMSON, Leroy Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Grace Church of the Nazrene, South Charleston, with the Rev. Harold Runyan officiating. Burial will be in Mountain View Memorial Park. Mr. Williamson, 64, of 1202 Rosalie Dr., died Friday in General Division, Charleston Area Medical Center. The body is in Wilson Funeral Home where friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. Gun Mishap Kills Man FORT GAY -- I/PI-- Bill Thompson, 19, of this Wayne County community was killed Friday in an accidental shooting, Sheriff Keith Ray said. Ra.y said Thompson, a brother and a juvenile were preparing for target practice when a .22-caliber pistol being held by the j u v e n i l e discharged. The bullet struck Thompson in the right eye. WATCH REPAIR · All mokei and motkk · Homkon · Omtgo · Rota · Elrfn · Stiko · Wow · feartron. Sfwa'aliring in Alteration of antique podcM and pendant watches. · ALL WORK GUAMNTHD HALLS JEWELERS C.T. Moore-Watchmaker #1 UK* (vtoh im *· ft* wrttt) Phone: 343-8434 Samuel Searey MOLENA, Ga. - Samuel G. Searey, of Molena, Ga., formerly of Charleston, died WAITING TOO LONG, to solect Cemetery property can cause much anxiety, should trapedy strike 1 suddenly, as it many times does. Refore-need has proven the easier way. C e m e t e r y lots or M a u s o l e u m Crypts may he acquired this way. For further information and service call or write. CUNNINGHAM MEMORIAL PARK 1 1 'Memorials of Distinction Since 1911" (ears /Monument Company Three Grants MORGANTOWN - West Virginia University has been . awarded three grants totaling $34,149. The National Science Foundation has given the department of mechanical engineering and mechanics $21,000 for research on the flow of a liquid through an orifice under changing pressures. The College of Human Resources and Education has been given $5,908 by the Preston County Board of Education to support a graduate teachers intern program. The National Institute of Dental Research awarded $7,241 to the WVU Medical Center for research on the identification and turnover of liquids in dental pulp. SUNSET MEMORIAL PARK'S THOUGHT FOR TODAY --There are about 40 million bowlers in the United States. --Colombia has over 200 chocolate factories. Man Jailed In Shooting A 94-year-old Charleston man was taken to Kanawha County jail late Saturday after he allegedly shot a 41-year-old city man. Charged with felonious shooting in connection with the incident was John Burdette of 410 Donnally St. Police said the shooting occurred at Burdette's home about 9:10 p.m. According to a preliminary investigation, the elderly Donnally Street man shot Frank Grubbs in the neck when Grubbs was apparently attempting to break into Burdette's home, police said. Grubbs was undergoing emergency t r e a t m e n t at Charleston Area Medical Center's General Division late Saturday. 2 From Area Hurt in Crash A St. Albans man and a Charleston woman were injured Saturday morning when the Volkswagens each was driving collided with a tractor-trailer rig on U.S. 60 in St. Albans. Listed in fair condition at Charleston Area Medical Center's General Division late Saturday was William T. Hurt Jr. of 114 Crescent Dr., St. Albans. In satisfactory condition at Thomas Memorial Hospital was Mrs. Julia A. Shipp of 912 Gilbert Dr., Charleston. Police said the accident occurred about 7:30 a.m. when Hurt's car apparently jumped the median strip on U.S. 60 and struck Mrs. Shipp's car. The truck, driven by John Robinette of Princeton, then collided with the two small cars. Robinette was not injured in the pileup. 'PLEASE DRIVE CAREFULLY . . .WE CAN WAIT MONTGOMERY MEMORIAL PARK MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES SUNDAY MAY 26 2:00 PM AUSPICES OF AMERICAN LEGION MONTGOMERY MEMORIAL PARK London, W.Va, on Route 60 Dial 442-9212 Office, Montgomery, W.Va. Dial442-4601 * \ ; | We have all the supplies to make home care^ of a patient easier, more comfortable for* everyone at low cost or rent. E et Us Help You RENT or BUY It from BOLL CALL 342-3431 TODAY! 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