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SB--July 23, 1972 Death Notices * Sunday Gazette-Mail W«*t Virgin!* Enoch Barker MITCHELL HEIGHTS--Enoch Heights, Logan County, died Saturday in Logan General Hospital. He was a retired coal miner from the Hatcher-Ritter Coa Co. in Omar. Mr. Barker was a member of the UMWA. Surviving: wife, Hazel Frank jn Barker; sons, Donald o Woodbridge, Va., Larry of Chesapeake, Ohio, Jerry at home daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Jean Mason of Pittsburgh, Pa., Mrs Linda Hinchman of Bopne, N.C brothers, Tom of Danville, Ches ter of Cleveland, Ohio; hal brothers, Wade Hensley and Ray Hensley both of Danville Limville of Hurricane, Grady Hensley of Texas; half sisters Mrs. Janet Glass of Green Bay Wis.; eight grandchildren. Service will be 10:30 a.m Monday in the James Funeral Home in Logan with the Rev. Wayne Damron officiating. Burial will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Pecks Mill. Friends may call after 5 p.m today at the funeral home. Woodrow Casebolt Woodrow Point Casebolt, 51, of 415 Brooks St., died Friday at his home after a short illness. He was a native of Charleston and a member of the Baptist Temple. Mr. Casebolt was a veteran of World War II. He was a former employe of the McJunkin Corporation Surviving: d a u g h t e r , Mrs. Martha Joe Michaels of Vienna, Va.; sisters, Mrs. Joan Stevens of Cincinnati, Ohio; brother, Thomas K. Casebolt of Racine, Wise.; one grandchild. Friends may call after 6 p.m. Mrs. Carrie Hick? Mrs. Carrie G. Hicks, 82, Arden Barker, 67, of Mitchell 914 Chilton St., died Saturday in today at Barlow Funeral Home. and Bonsall Kelly Combs LOGAN--Kelly Combs, 59, of Logan County, was dead on arrival at Guyan Valley Hospital. He was a former employe of the city street department in Logan. Surviving: wife, Edith; daughter. Mrs. Mary York; sons, David of Kentucky, Kelly of Glennville: sisters, Mrs. S. 0. Claybo of Tennessee, Mrs. Elva Cunningham and Mrs. Eva Flory both of Dayton, Ohio; brothers, Green of Columbus, Ohio, Johnny Branham of Huntington, Ind.; three grandchildren. Graveside service will be p.m. today in the Mitchell Cemetery in Henlawson with the Rev. Bobby Burgess officiating. The body is at the James Funeral Home in Logan. Thomas Memorial Hospital after a long illness. She had retired from WtxxJ rums. She was a native o: Charleston and a member of the Boyd Memorial Christian Church Surviving: son, H. Emerson 01 Charleston; daughter, Mrs. Ger aldine Gober of St. Albans; sisters, Mrs. Ethel Hamilton of St, Albans, Mrs. Macel Walker oi Dearborn, M i c h . , and Mrs Blanche Pauley of South Charleston; four grandchildren, one great-grandchild. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Barlow-Bonsall Funeral Home with the Dr. Andrew M. Laney officiating. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. George Hunt MACBETH--George Hunt, ST.. 65, of MacBeth, Logan County, died Tuesday in Logan General Hospital. He was a retired miner and a member of the UMWA Local Union No. 5869. Surviving: wife, Mary Eliza- jeth; daughters, Mrs. Early Martin of Alacoma, Betty at tome; sons, George Jr. and Anrew both at home; one grand- hild. Service will be 1:30 p.m. today in the Pond Funeral Home Chap- 1 with the Rev. Gaither Ingrarn fficiating. Burial will be in n orest Lawn Cemetery in Pecks rtill. Jesse Johnson Jr. HINTON-Jesse T. Johnson,! r., 47, of Hinton, Summers member of the Moos* and th Elks. S u r v i v i n g : step daughter Mrs. Maxine Neal cf St. Albans stepson, Robert Lee Matheny o High Point, N. C.; sister, Mrs Mary Anderson of Lewisburg brother, Paul McCoy of Bolair. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in White-White Funeral Homi Chapel with the Rev. Charles Rogers officiating. Burial will be ill Richwood Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m today at the funeral home. James Ondo CROW--James Ondo, 60, Crow, Raleigh County, died Friday in Raleigh General Hospi- al. He was a native and lifelong resident of Raleigh County, and a retired coal miner. Mr. Ondo was a member of the UMWA and the Veteran if World War [I, the American Legion Post in Beckley. Surviving: wife, Mrs. Pauline Stover Ondo; daughters, Mrs. Brands Smith of Sinks Grove, Mrs. Linda Copeland of Skelton, Mrs. Paula Plumley of Athens; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ondo of Danese; brothes, John of Danese, Lewis and Bill both of Chicago, 111., Joe of California; sisters, Mrs. Marge Warren, /Irs. Julie Hardy, Mrs. Marian ^ange and Mrs. Elsie Cordell all of Chiago, 111., Mrs. Betty Jrown of Cleveland, Ohio; 12 grandchildren. The body is at Rose-Quesen- jerry Funeral Home. Arrangements are incomplete. Paul Proctor RICHMOND, Va. -- Paul D. Proctor Jr., 17, of Goochland County, formerly of Elkview, V.Va., died Friday from injuries eceived in an automobile accident here. Surviving: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Proctor; sister, iounty, died Saturday in Sum- Pamela Jean at home, brother^ Douglas at home. Service will be 2 p.m. todayi in the St. Mathews United Methodist Church hi Centerville. Burial will be 3 p.m. Monday in Amma Cemetery' in Amma, W. Mrs. Elizabeth Fitzwater Mrs. Elizabeth Park Fitzwa- ler, 80, of Louisville, Ky., formerly of Nallen, Fayette County, died Saturday in the Mt. Holly Nursing Home in Louisville. She was a member of the Nallen Methodist Church, and a native of Clay County. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. C. H. Stanley of Louisville, Mrs. Bruce S. Coleman of Lexington, Ky., Mrs. Evelyn Jarvis of Oak Ridge, Tenn.; sister, Mrs. Delia Simpson of Cedar Grove, five grandchildren, two great grandchildren. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Cook Funeral Home Chapel in Cedar Grove with the Rev. J. W. Holtsclaw officiating. Burial will be in Montgomery Memorial Park in Londen. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today at the funeral home. William Fulkener D U T C H RIDGE--William Clyde Fulkener, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Fulke- ner, of Chicago Heights, 111., died Saturday in Montgomery General Hospital. Surviving: sisters, Mary Ellen and Jeanette Sue both at home; maternal grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. Willie Johnston of Belva; paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Clyde Fulkener of Jellico, Tenn. Graveside service will be 2 p.m. today in Dutch Ridge Cem etery with the Rev. J. W. Hil officiating. Friends may call from 11 a.m to 1 p.m. today at the Combs Funeral Home. Mrs. Ann Landfried RIPLEY--Mrs. Ann Landfried. of Ripley, Jackson County, died Saturday in Ripley Jackson General Hospital after a short illness. She and her husband owned and operated the Tam O'Shanter r ish and Chips Shop in Ripley. Wrs. Landfried worked as a switchboard operator for the Fackson County Courthouse for several years. The body is al the Parson 'uneral Home. Arrangements are incomplete. Mrs. Nell Lilly BECKLEY-Mrs. Nell Golden illy, 67, of Beckley, Raleigh County, died Friday in Raleigh Leslie R. Hennnings CLEVELAND-Leslie R Hemmings, 47, of Cleveland died Saturday in a Cleveland hospital following ness. a short ill He was formerly of Quick, W mers County Hospital. He was a technician for the )epartment of Highways anc Itended the First B a p t is Church. Mr. Johnson was i member of the Elks Club. Surviving: wife, Frankie Lue )eeds; mother, Mrs. Mary Della Osborne Johnson of Hinton; daughter, Jessica Johnson ai home; son, Jay at home; step* son, Bill Brightwell of Gerrnan- :own, Md.; sisters. Mrs. Fred Moomau of Rockville, Md ; brothers, Jack of Germantown, Md.. Jimmy of Hinton. Hampton, Va. The body is at the E. M. Meadows Funeral Home in Hinton. Mrs. Eula Rogers F O L L A N S B E E - I Eula McElwain Rogers, 6. of Follansbee, Brooke County, died Friday in Wheeling Hospital. | STOLLINGS--Norman E d- She was a member of the Fairview United M e t h o d i s t hurch. Surviving: son, Jack of Creston, Ohio; stepson, Pete Roger of Cleveland, Mrs. Martha reneral Hospital. She had been a resident of 1 ank Branch Road for the past 0 years and prior to that resided in Bluefield. Mrs. Lilly was a member of the First Christian Church in Beckley. Surviving: husband, Lacy S. Lilly. Service will be 3 p.m. Monday in Melton Funeral Home Chapel vith Dr. Walter H. Griswold officiating. Burial will be in Jlue Ridge Memorial Gardens n Beckley. Va. S u r v i v i n g : wife, Delores mother, Edith of Cleveland; brothers, Billy Ray of Quick, W.Va., and Frank of Cleveland; sisters, Mrs. Rosalie Hardway of Cambridge and Mrs. Eleanor Adkins and Mrs. Shirley Roberts, both of Cleveland. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Bollinger Funeral Home in Cleveland. Burial will follow at Sunset Memorial Cemetery in Olmsted Falls. Mrs. Mary Hanifiu Mrs. Mary Coughlin Hanifin, 84, of Shaker Heights, Ohio, for merly of St. Albans, died Friday in Shaker Heights. She was a member of the St. Francis Catholic Church in St. Albans Surviving: son, John William of Cleveland, Ohio. Graveside service will be 10 a.m., Monday in Cunningham Memorial Park in St. Albans with the Rev. Fr. Bernard Sch- mitl officiating. Friends may call from 7 to 8:.-W p.m. at Bartlett Funeral Home in St. Albans. I James Mann TALCOTT--James E r n e s t Mann, 78, of Talcott, Summers County, died Wednesday in Hin- on Hospital. He was a retired employe for the CO Railway and a member of the Methodist Church. Mr. Vlann was born in Fayette County. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Cornelia Pack of Hinton, Mrs. Layerna Gore of Columbus, Ohio; sons, Lawrence and Carroll both of Hinton, Alfonso and Vergil both of Talcott, Robert of Columbus, Ohio; sisters, Mrs. Lina Medley of Huntington, Mrs. Elsie Wright of Glenn Jean, Mrs. Eula Agec of Beckley; brother, Dewey Mann of Talcott. Service will be 2:30 p.m. today in the E. M. Meadows Funeral Home with the Rev. Theodore Sim Sembly officiating. Burial will be in Talcott Methodist Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Highland Park United Methodist Surviving: half brother, Car Church. Mrs. Sizemore was ai Toppins of Cleveland, Ohio: half member of the Bostic Honaker, Jackson VFW Auxiliary No. 3116 in Caldwell. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. Murill Sizemore Xrause of Toledo. Ohio; brothers, Lawrence J. Taylor of Durbin, Layton R. Taylor of Caldwell; sisters, Mrs. Luther Wood Sr. of Lewisburg, Mrs. Janet Stoll, Mrs. Florence Gillespie, and Mrs. Reva Cruse all of Toledo, Ohio, Mrs. Lewis Paxton of Caldwell; two grand children, three great-grandchil dren. Service will be 10 a.m.. in the Shanklin Funeral Home in White Sulphur Springs with the Rev. E. N. Glowers officiating Burial will be in Rosewooc Cemetery in Lewisburg. In lieu of flowers the family requests that contributions be made to the Highland Park United Methodist Church. Friends may call after 10 a.m Tuesday in Shanklin Funera! Home. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9:30 p.m Tuesday at the funeral home sister, Debra Michele Tomblin at home; enls, Mr. maternal grandpur- and Mrs. Eugene Mrs. Susan Smith WESTON - Mrs. Susan Smith, 83, of Bellville, Ohio, formerly of Weston, Lewis County died Thursday in Woodwarc Nursing Home in Mansfield. Ohio. She was born in Webster Coun- y. Mrs. Smith was a member if the Broad Street United Meth- xlist Church. Surviving: brother, Bernard B. ordan of Bellville. Service will be 1:30 p.m. today n the Floyd Funeral Home in Weston with the Rev. Bill Gum officiating. Burial will be in Chestnut Grove Cemetery in Webster County. Va. Woody Funeral Home in Richmond is in charge of the arrangements. Minyard Thompson PINEY VIEW--Minyard Ellert Thompson, 87, of Piney lew, Raleigh County, died 1 Saturday in Pinecrest Hospital. He was a native of Kentucky and a retired coal miner. Surviving: wife, Nora Sheets Thompson; Charleston, sons, S. C., Russell Richard of of Mrs. Piney View, Paul of Beckley; daughter, Mrs. Freda Thompson of Logan; six grandchildren, four great-grandchildren. The body is at the Rose-Que- jsenberry Funeral Home. Arrangements are incomplete. IVorman Toppins Tomblin of Harts; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Margie Mar cum of Cleveland, Ohio. Service will be ll a.m. today in the home of the maternal grandparents with the Rev. Ossie Tomblin officiating. Burial will be in Toppins Family Cemetery in Harts. The body is at the McGhee Funeral Home in West Hamlin. BAKER, Mrs. Minnie--Service will be 10:30 a.m. Monday in Snodgrass Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Elizabeth Caudill officiating. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery Mausoleum. Correction on survivors: sister, Mrs. Eva Taylor of Charleston. Mrs. Baker, 84, of 4908 MacCorkle Ave., South Charleston, died Friday in her home. LAWSON, Mrs. Mamie Mariah --Service will be 11 a.m. Monday F i r s t P r e s b y t e rian Church in South Charleston with Rev. James a n d the C l a u d e Four Killed on State Roads During Weekend ~ West Virginia's weekend highway fatalities rose to four Saturday when 25-year-old Robert E. Davis was killed in a head-on car-motorcycle accident near Hurricane, state police said. Trooper J. L. Haynes, of the state police in South Charleston, said Davis, of 3004 Second St., was driving north on the Greenview Road near Hurricane when tie apparently lost control of his bike when rounding a turn. His motorcycle slid across the; road and slammed into a car driven by Douglas M. Jenkins of | St. Albans. Davis was brought to Thomas Memorial Hospital by Curry' ambulance sevice where he ,vas pronounced dead on arrival at 7 p.m. No one else was injured in the mishap. Nineteen-year-old Larry Jo Harris, of Alderson, died Satur- a single car Va. 3, seven day morning in accident on W. miles from Alderson. His car ran into a guardrail, and he was thrown from the! Mrs. Lawson son, 67, of 127 Ninth Ave., South Charleston, died Friday in Thomas Memorial Hospital after a long illness. Loudermilk of-i vehicle, police said, ficiating. Burial will be in Graceland Memorial Park. Mrs. Law- Authorities said his car went out ot control on W. Va. 47 and overturned, killing Smith. Harris was a member of the Old G r e e n b r i e r Baptist Church and was employed by the FBI in Washington, D. C. He was born in Ronceverte. He was a graduate of Greenbrier East High School. Surviving: parents, Hugh and Alice Mottcn Harris, both of Alderson; brothers, Garland Harris Jr. and Jerry, both with the U. S. Army in Germany, David Harris, of Alderson; sister, Sheila, at home. The body is at the Lobban Funeral Home, in Alderson. Arrangements are incomplete. Winner Airs Election Law Proposals Coal Firm Accused In Pollutin AN OHIO MAN' 46-year-old j SPENCER, W . Va. (AP)Alvin Stager, was killed Satur-|The Democratic candidate for day in a two-car collision nearj secre t a ry of state proposed in a Clarksburg. Troopers said Sta-j h h Saturdav night a ger ran head-on into a car driv- j speectl rft f e . a aturaa y m S nt a en by Willard Smith, of Bridge- 1 senes of legislature changes to port. Smith suffered minor injuJ" add substance tp^ our^ election ries in the incident. laws and add teeth to their enforcement." Tom W i n n e r said that in Bartlett-Burdette F u n e r a " l i d a y near Smithville. Ritchie!while the secretary of state is LESTER, Mrs. Virgie S. -- i Donald H. Smith, of Macfar- Service will be 10 a.m. Monday Man in Ritchie County, died Fri Home Chapel with the Rev. Ronj Count y. state police there said, anger officiating. Burial willj be 2:30 p.m. in Evergreen Bur- f"| T · in Roanoke, Va. Mr f OllCQ Ohio: Hines daughter, of Zanes- Leo McCoy FENWICK - Leo W i n t e r McCoy, 62, of Fenwick, Nicholas County, died Friday in Charleston General Hospital. ville, Ohio; brothers, Branty of Spencer, 'Arlos of Marietta Ohio; sisters, Mrs. Fonda Chesbro of Spokane, Washington, Mrs. Erma Schwerfeger of Follansbee. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Skidmore Funeral Home with .he Rev. Donald Coleman officiating. Burial will be Bealls Mill Cemetery in Gassaway. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today at the funeral home. William Ross ANSTED -- William Arnold Ross, 60, of Ansted, Fayette County, died Thursday in Montgomery General Hospital of a heart attack. He was a lifelong resident of Ansted and a retired miner. Surviving: wife, Laura Mae; daughter, Mrs. Janet Huffman of Phoenix, Ariz.; a son, William of Cleveland, Ohio, Nyle, address unknown, Carl of Ansted; mother, Mrs. Mary Bennett of Oak Hill; sister, Mrs. 'lara Scarbo of Anstcd; brother, Marion of Victor. Service will be 1 a.m. Monday in the Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home Chapel in Ansted with the Rev. Darrell McMeely officiating. Burial will be in Bennett Cemetry in Ramsey. Friends may call after 5 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mrs. Hallie Shumate BECKLEY-Mrs. Hallie Shumate, 78, of Beckley, Raleigh County, died Friday in Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital. She had been a lifelong resident of Beckley and Raleigh "ounty, and a member of the Amigo Baptist Church. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Anna Lee Umeda and Mrs. Mary Rose Parsons both of Beckley, Mrs. Eloise Broome of Beaver, Mrs. Helen Slemp of Baltimore, Md.: son, William R. Shumate of Beckley; sisters, Mrs. Freed Hawley, Mrs. J. L. Wood both of Beckley. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Melton Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park in Beckley. Mrs. Eula Sizemore WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS --Mrs. Eula May Sizemore, 72 of Toledo, Ohio, formerly oi ward Toppins, 71, of Stollings, Logan County, died Saturday in Holden Hospital. He was a retired coal miner. Surviving; wife, Lois; daugh- ,ers, Mrs. Verdie Hatfield, of Rita, Mrs. Eldonna Perry of Wilkinson; son, John L. of De; r o i t. Mich.; stepdaughters, Mrs. Dromin Dye of Verner,, Mrs. Doris Kozak of Cleveland, Ohio; stepson, Cecil Burgess and Charles Toppins both of Stollings; seven grandchildren, eight step grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in the James Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Highland Memory Gardens in Godby. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Carolyn Toppins HARTS--Carolyn Renee Toppins, the infant daughter of Claude and Joan Tomblin Toppins, of Harts, Lincoln County, died Friday in St. Marys Hospital. Caldwell, Greenbrier County died Saturday in St. Charles hospital after a long illness. He was the owner of McCoy's) She was born in Monroe Coun- restaurant in Fenwick, and ally and was a member of the Distinction Since 191 I r ^ears /Monument Company ^ ot MI-MIT mrtnori Sr;u f iornrr Phono 342-4 158 -- \ a. l. K. HI ( Ir er a long illness. Also surviving: half-brothers, Richard Nida of Belle, Orville Nida of St. Albans; half-sisters, Mre. Verna Critchfield of Belle, Mrs. Beulah Caldwell of Mobile, Ala. al Park Lester, 79, of 178A Rutledge Rd. died Thursday in St. Francis! Hospital after a long illness. NIDA, Rev. James W.--Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in the Snodgrass Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Edward J. Smith officiating. Burial will be in Cunningham Memorial Park. Rev. Nida, 71, of 301 Central!ing County Jail, thought to be Ave., South Charleston, died Fri-l armed with a pistol and rifle, day in St. Francis Hospital aft- were being sought Saturday in 2 Wyoming Escapees the chief election registration officer, his other election powers are implied and vague. He listel these proposed changes in the state's election laws: --Make the secretary of state the chief elections officer with full investigative powers and an S investigative staff. --Require by law that donors PINEVILLE W Va (AP)--! as wel l as rec ipi ents . report any Two escapees'from the Wyom-i cam P a 'g n contribution in ex- · - cess of $1,000. --Make election days state legal holidays. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has accused Consolidation Coal Company's Mountaineer Coal Division of polluting a tributary of the Monongahela River near Fairmont, W. Va. U. S. Atty. Paul Camiletti in Wheeling, W. Va., confirmed Saturday that the matter had been referred to him and that a civil suit under the 1899 Refuse Act has been instituted in U. S. District Court in Fairmont. Camiletti said the case involved alleged acid drainage from Mountaineer's No. 93 mine into Pharaoh Run, which empties into the Monongahela near Rivesville, W. Va. An EPA statement quoted Edward W. Furia, administrator of EPA's Middle Atlantic Region, as saying similar action was being planned against the owners of 60 other mines in West Virginia. Camiletti added that Consolidation has 12 mines in his district with "about 70 outfalls. We'd like to get some data on all of these and make some effort to clean up all of them." Officials of Mountaineer Coal in Fairmont said were not yet aware of any EPA action, but said they have been installing drainage t r e a t m e n t plants "pretty fast," with three working, one under construction and one in the planning stage. Greenbrier Man Drowning Victim RONCEVERTE, W. Va. (AP) -- David Miller, 19, of Ronceverte, drowned late Saturday afternoon in the Greenbrier River in Ronceverte, city police said. His body was recovered by city police, and he was pronounced dead on arrival at Ireenbrier Valley Hospital. the Baileysville area, deputies STOCKTON, Osha B.-Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at Cunningham Chapel in St. Albans. Burial will be in Cunningham Memorial Park. Mrs. Stockton, of 110 Roane St. died Friday in Spencer Hospital. The body is at Cunningham Funeral Home. --Empower the state election sai "- [commissioner to distribute non- Jerry Jackson, 25, of Bail-jp a rtisan information about can- eysville and Mike Morgan, 2!, didates. "This program would of the Wyoming County com- be of particular benefit to can- munity of Brenlon fled from!didates with less money anl the jail late Friday, police re-h ess fame." fu · ;i MorS'n from his cell and the two fled together, jailer Eddy Hatfield said. Jackson was serving a term on a conviction of breaking and entering and Morgan was sentenced on a grand larceny conviction, authorities reported. --Encourage small campaign contributions by making them tax deductible up to 50 per cent. How we do admire the wisdom of those who come to us for advice. Wtone HEARING AID CENTER MZHPAOST. FH.34MS2I HOME(WAYMIGHT,Jt. 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