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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 28

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*·*--Aug. 6, 1972 Guette-Matl Qi*rl«lt*fl. «M» Death Notices Alfred Baraett |«* ftu » r »l Alfred "Jack" Barnette, 63, ofj today ' Liverpool, Jackson County, was' dead on arrival Saturday at Jackson General Hospital in Ripley. He was a retired operator at Dupont in Belle, a former schoolteacher in Mason County, and a member of the Kenna Grange. Surviving: wife, Sarah Sayre; sons, John of Given, Jim of New Haven and Garry of Loft Creek; brother, Hoyt of Sandyville; sisters, Mrs. Ina Kay of Ripley, Mrs. Lorene Stover of Kenna, and Mrs. Sally Meadows of Buffalo; mother, Mrs. Birty Barnette of Ravenswood; eight grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Creston United Methodist 2 p.m. Church with the Rev. Viarl Winter officiating. Burial will be in the Creston Cemetery, Mason County. Friends may call at the Parsons Funeral Home, Ripley. Chelsea S. Bowers BIRCH RIVER-Chelsea S Bowers. 64, of Birch River, Ni cholas County, died Saturday in the Beckley Appalachian Regional Hospital after a long ill- Craig Courtne HOUSTON, Tex. - Craig Courtney, 63, of 5045 DalVerde icy Craig Lane, Houston f o r m e r l y Charleston, W died today Houstor hospital after short illness. Courtney was former president of the Kanawha Valley As- Accountants soc He Mr. Courtney as audit division colonel of the immunity Chest in 1952. He was a member of St. ness. Mr. Bowers was a retired farmer and a lifelong Nicholas County resident. Surviving: wife, Mary; daughters, Mrs. Erma Hoover of Birch River and Mrs. Polly Flint of Little Birch; sisters, Mrs. Icie Crist of Fenwick, Mrs. Ruby Barnette of Grafton, Ohio; and three grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Robertson Funeral Home in Sutton with the Rev. Bobby Harper officiating. Burial will be in the Bowers Cemetery in Birch River. Friends may call after 4 p.m. today. Mrs. Clem Brown Sr. Mrs. Clem H. Brown Sr., 80, of 209 53rd St., SE, died Saturday in Charleston Memorial Hospital. Surviving: sons, Clem Brown Luke's United Methodist Church n Houston and Asbury United Methodist Church in Charleston, le was employed by Penzoil United. Surviving: wife, Louise; sons, Richard and Craig R. of Charleson and Fred of Beckley, W. Va.; sister. Mrs. Margaret Jones of Moundsville, W. Va.; brother. Paul of Waynesboro, Va. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Asbury United Methodisi Church with the Rev. Paul H Smith officiating. Burial will be at Mount Memorial Park, Charleston. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today at the Bartlett-Burdette Funeral Home. Lexington, Ky., formerly of South Charleston, died Saturday in Lexington. Surviving: sisters, Mrs. Bruce D. Gragg and Mrs. Audra K Amos of Lexington. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. today at Snodgrass Funeral Home in South Charleston Mrs. Onie Hedrick DANESE--Mrs. Onie Francis Hedrick, 78, of Danese, Fayette County, died here Saturday at ;he home of her sister, Mrs. Ocie Shuck, after a long illness. Also surviving: daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Cohenour of a Akron, Ohio, Mrs. Helen McIntosh of Randleman, N.C, Mrs. Siva Lane of Charleston; son, Theodore of Spencer; sister, Mrs. Ethel Zickafoose of Norton, Va.; brother, H. T. Syden Strieker of Beckley; and nine grandchildren. The body is at the Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home in Rairtelle and arrangements in complete. Starkey of South Charleston, w. Va., Mrs. Cavender of Kawlin. Mich., Mrs. Fletice Jones of Fosterville, W. Va., Mrs. Izella Buzzard of Peytona, W. Va., and Mrs. Garnett Cavender of Jacksonville, Fla. Friends may call at the Wilson Funeral Home, Charleston Monday. Funeral complete. plans are in Katherine Hoke Mrs. Katherine Lynch Hoke rf 173 Riverside Dr., St. Albans died Friday at home after a Nathaniel Craft BECKLEY - Nathaniel H. Craft. 56. of Beckley, died Friday in the Beckley Veterans Hospital after a long illness The body is at the Ritchie- Johnson Funeral Home here. Edward Cunningham CAMDEN-ON-GAULEY-Edward Enoch Cunningham, 68, of ]amden-on-Gauley, W e b s t e r County, died Friday in St. Marys Hospital in Clarksburg. Mr. Cunningham was a re- Jr. and Carl Brown, both ol Charleston, Cloyce Brown of Lancaster, Ohio; daughters, Mrs. M a r i o n Bonham oi Charleston, Mrs. Marjorie Morris of San Antonio, Tex.; brother, Vernon Cooper of Lancaster; 13 grandchildren and 16 great- grandchildren. Service will be 11:30 a.m. Monday at the J. E. Johnson Funeral Home with the Rev. Jacob S. MacKorrell officiating. Burial will be Tuesday in the Betzer Cemetery in Lancaster. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. today. Mrs. Anna Burkharte Mrs. Anna G. Burkharte, 74, of 519 Andrews Court, died Saturday in Charleston Memorial Hospital after a short illness. She was a Licensed pratical nurse and attended the Mountain Mission Church. Surviving: sons, Maj. John R. Burkhart, with the U. S. Air Force in Hampton Va., Hershel of Middleport, Ohio, and David Licolnogger of Hurricane; sisters, Mrs. Bea Vining of Miami, Mrs. Sally Hall of Nitro, and Mrs. Hazel Spencer of Evington, Ohio; brothers, Cecil Hall of Evington, and Rome Hall of Spencer, 14 grandchildren. The body is at Wilson Funeral Home where friends may call after noon today Roy Covington Roy A. Covington, 68, of 5022- A Venable Ave. S.E., died Friday in Charleston Memorial Hospital. He was a member of St. Mark's United M e t h o d i s t Church, the Masonic Order in Evansyille, Ind., and the Scottish Rite of Charleston. He was a retired employe of the Linde Corp. Surviving: and maintenance .ired transit manager. Surviving: wife, Myrtle; son, George F. Cunningham ol Bridgeport; brother, William Cunningham; sister, Mrs. Lu cille Duffield of Arlington, Va.; and three grandchildren. The body is at the Adams Funeral Home in Cowen. Mrs. Eleanor Dawgon CRESCENT -- Mrs. Eleanor Dawson, 73, of Crescent, Fayette County, died Friday at Montgomery General Hospital. She was a member of Mount Olive Baptist Church, Harewood. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Rosa Lee Blocker of Crescent, Mrs. Dorothy Hollins of Charleston; sister, Mrs. Dorothy Allen of Columbus, Ohio, seven grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday at the Anderson-Hairston Funeral Home with the Rev. Lawrence Hooper officiating. Burial will be in Meadow Haven Cemetery at Ingram Branch. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today. Lawrence Dixon D I X O N, Lawrence--Service will be 2 p.m. Monday at the tfount Olivet Baptist Church in anawha City with the Rev. Joe Pazzino and the Rev. Ray Baker officiating. Burial will be in Cunningham Memorial Park at |St. Albans. Mr. Dixon, 71, of 303 67th St. SE died Friday at his home of an apparent heart attack. ong illness. She was and nurse retired practice member of St Francis Catholic Church in St Albans. Surviving: husband, Homer, sisters, Mrs. Mary Handley ant Miss Irene Lynch of St. Albans and Miss Gertrude Lynch, address unknown. Mass will be 10 a.m. Monday with the Rev. Bernard Schmitt officiating. Burial will be in Teays Hill Cemetery. Rosary will be at 7:30 p.m. today at Bartlett Funeral Home in St. Albans. Friends may call noon to 9:30 p.m. today at the funeral home. Chester Jewel Chester Jewel, 73, of Cabin wife, Jeannette M.,; son, Robert of Evansville; daughters, Mrs. Martha Lake and Mrs. Joan Grimm, both of St. Louis; brother, Earl J. Covington of Villa Park, 111.; sisters, Mrs. Eula Mummert and Mrs. Audrey McLeod, both of Corpus Christi, Texas; eight grandchildren; and one great- grandchild. Service will be 10 a.m. Monday at the J. E. Johnson Funeral Home with the Rev. Dan Johnson officiating. Burial will be in the Laurel Hills Cemetery in St. Louis friends may call at Creek, died Saturday in the Veterans Administration Hospital in Beckley after a short illness. He was a World War H veteran, a retired employe of the West Virginia Board of Educa- ion and a lifelong resident of Kanawha County. Surviving: cousins, Howard Belcher of East Bank, Ralph Mrs. Rosa Steele WILKlNSON-Mrs. Rosa Nel Steele, 62, of Wilkinson, Logar County, died Friday in Logan General Hospital. Surviving: Mrs. Bertha Clark of Holden; brothers, Rober Keathley and Joe Keathley, both of Holden, Orville Keathley of Sarah Ann. Service will be 2:30 p.m. Monday at Honaker-Harris Funera Home with the Rev. Jimmy Minton officiating. Burial wit be in Forest Lawn Cemetery Pecks Mill. Friends may call ai the funeral home after 1 p.m today. David and Daniel Taylor CENTRAUA-David K e i t h and Daniel Kevin Taylor, infant sons of Mr. and Mrs. Doy Taylor of Centralia, Braxton County, both died Saturday in Gassaway Hospital. Also surviving: brother, Doy Jr., at home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Payne of Centralia. Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday in the "lentralia Cemetery with the Sev. Euria Fairburn officiating. The body is at the Robertson Tuneral Home in Sutton, where "riends may call after 4 p.ra ;oday. Mrs. Minnie Thorn RIPLEY--Mrs. Minnie Thorn, H, of Sandyville, Jackson Coun- y, died Friday in the Ravenswood Rest Home after a long was a member of the Run United 1 Methodist Thomas of Moundsville, Mortis burg, Mrs. Clara Crimmel of ,,»» WU1 ,,.,,, TM», «»«««,, Thomas of Banock, Ohio Leon Marietta, Ohio, and Mrs. Grace Fayetteville, Rt. 1. Friends may Thomas of Virginia, and Wil- DeVaughn of Walker; brother, call at the funeral home from liam Thomas, address unknown. The body is at the Pryor Funeral Home in East Bank. John John Price C. Price, 74, of Homer St., Charleston, died Saturday at McMillan Hospital laft- er a long illness. Mr. Price was a retired em- ploye of Libbey-Owens Ford. Surviving: wife, Macie; sons, William L. ~ ~ ~ Charleston; and Robert H. of daughters, Mrs. and Mrs. Patricia Trial of Coeur de Dalene, Idaho; sisters, Mrs. Lola Pruden and Mrs. Allie Dailey of Dunbar, Miss Ardelia Price of Parkersburg, Mrs. El- .ie Morris of Tyler Mountain. Mrs. Hettie Russell of Pinch and Mrs, Dessie Rhodes of Vick- ilness. She Drift Church near Sandyville. Surviving: sons, Amos of Vfayo, Fla., Dan of Sandyville, Wallace of Ravenswood, Frederick of Powhatan, Va., and Ever ett of Parkersburg; daughters, Mrs. Anna Sutton of Parkers- League Asks: Don't Help Trash Pickup Charleston residents shouli refuse to take their trash to the designated pickup areas, in tb opinion of the Black Women' Caucus on Health and. Survival a branch of the Black Politica League. Martha D. Saunders, chair man, said in a news release Saturday that Mayor Hutchinson "is ambiguous in his feeling towards low-income people. He refuses to recognize the union and to talk with them as hu man, adult men. On the other hand, he talks about the inhu man practices of the Urban Renewal Authority and wants public approval of his actions toward city employes." She said the strikers "are deliberately being portrayed to the public as violent by having police escort the trucks through :he town." in Cunningham Funeral Home with the Rev. Orville Walker officiating. Burial will be in Harley Angus of Sandyville. Service will be at 1:30 p.m Monday in Drift Run Unitec Methodist Church with the Rev Earnest Marty officiating. Buri- 120?al will be in Drift Run Cemetery. Friends may call after noon today at Vail Funeral Home in Ripley. BOWE, Raymond Lee--Service will be 1 p.m. today at the Cook Funeral Home in Cedar Virginia E. Smith of Dunbar Grove, not 2 p.m. as previously ers. Friends may call today after .m. at Cunningham Funeral Some. Eugene Fitzwater SUMMERSVILLE-Eugene E. Fitzwater, 43. of Lockwood, died Saturday in Montgomery General Hospital after a short illness. He was an employe of the Lee Williams General Store at Lockwood for 23 years. Surviving: wife, Madeline; sons, Larry Eugene and Edward Dale, both at home; daughters, Connie and Jean Ann, both at home; sister, Mrs. Ilo Nichols of Lockwood. Service will begin at 2 p.m. Monday at Waters Funeral Home here, with the Rev. Wilmer Truman and the Rev. Harman Gray officiating. Burial will be in the Groves Cemetery here. Visitors may call at the funeral home after noon today. Mrs. Archie Hauptinan Mrs. Archie Gray "Artie" Hauptman of 818 Idewild Ct. r INVALIDS-INFIRM-BED PATIENTS' m NOW--Equip Your Home A Sickroom With Modern Y Hospital Conveniences A Save The Difference! * WE RENT HOSPITAL BEDS- Y and EVERYTHING FOR THE SICKROOM! William Queen CLIFFTOP-WilSam H a r r y Queen, 59, of Clifftop, Fayette bounty, died Saturday at Appa- achian Regional Hospital in Beckley after a long illness. He was a retired miner and a member of the Holiness Church. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Vivian Joyce Liptok of Gallagher, Mrs. Debbie Elaine Smith of Oak Hill; sons, Timothy Wayne of Clifftop, Terry Douglas with the Army in Germany, Mark Anthony and William Arliss, both of Landisburg; sisters, Mrs. Orva Ellis and Mrs. Thelma Jones, both of Clifftop, Mrs. Gay Burns of Springdlae, and Mrs. Helen Losko of Chardon, Ohio, and two grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home, Rainelle. Burial will be in The End of the Trail Cemetery, Cliftonville. Arnold Starkey BAY CITY, Mich.--Arnold E. Starkey, 53, of Bay City, formerly of Charleston, W. Va. died here Friday after a long illness. Surviving: sisters, Miss Ethel listed. Burial will be in the Montgomery Memorial Park a London. Mr. Bowe, 42, of Riverside, died Thursday in Montgomery General Hospital from injuries received in an automobile accident. MORECOTT, Nora Emily- Service will be 11 a.m. Monday at Alter Gate Methodist Church with the Rev. Richard Herald officiating. Burial will be at the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, in Pocatalico. Friends may call at Long-Fisher Funeral Home in Pocatalico. Mrs. Morecott, 82, died Friday at home. SANDERS. Donley A.--Service will be 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Casdorph-Curry Funeral Home in St. Albans with the Rev. S. Robert Weaver officiat ing. Burial will be in the Tyler Mountain Mausoleum. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. today. Mr. Sanders 59, of 2030 Benedict Circle, St Albans, was dead on arrival a Charleston General Hospital late John Beane Cemetery at Sissonville. Mr. Spencer, 47, of 816 Greendale Ave. was dead on arrival Friday at Kanawha Valey Hospital. Friends may call ocay at the funeral home. TEEL, Mrs. Velma I.--Service will be 1:30 p.m. Monday at Stevens-Grass Funeral Home in Maiden with minister Robert Strange officiating. Burial will be in Graceland Memorial 'ark, Charleston. Mrs. Teel, 67, if 914 Oakhurst Dr., Charleston, lied Friday after an extended illness. Survivors also include: isters, Mrs. Madge Young, Mrs Hallie Atkinson and Mrs. Golde Surface and Mrs. Juanita Dais, all of Charleston, Mrs. Loraine Hill of Ashland, Ky.; broth- rs Btiren Cummings of Tampa, f\a. and Clark Cummings of Charleston. WALTON, 'Jess -- Service will be 1 p.m. Monday at the Tyree Funeral Home in Oak Hill with the Rev. Tom Shaver officiating. Burial will be in Bibb Cemetery, lhree-(Jar Crash Kills Fayette Boy FAYETTEVTLLE-A t h r e e car collision on U.S. 21 near here claimed the life of a Fayette County youth this weekend, police said. Deputies identified the boy as 16-y e a r -o 1 d Leon Kennard "Ken" Spencer H of Fayetteville. Police said the boy was killed late Friday night when his vehicle struck a vehicle he was attempting to pass, then hit an on coming car. No one else was injured, police said. He was a senior at Fayetteville High School and a member of the Fayetteville United Methodist Church. Surviving: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kennard Spencer; service wui t» heri at 2 p.m. Monday at the United Methodist Church with the Rev. Billy Reed Wicklim officiating. Burial will be in Huse Memorial Park, Fay- The body is at Dodtf-PayM Funeral Home in Fayetteville. Friends may call there from 3-to-9 p.m. today. SPECIALISTS IN CREATIVE OESICWK · mw MOM*M aim AT MOM · «i"*ONMU coin · aUAUTTMATUIALS CALL 343-8855 222 KANAWHA BLVD., EAST VSfSfM$tm«KI fMMMMK 6 to 9 p.m. today. Mr. Walton, 63^ died Thursday in Sanger. sister, Elizabeth Ann at home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ray Cottle Sr. of Fayetteville. Forestry Camp Escapee Sought DAVIS (AP) - State police were searching for a 20-year-old | inmate who walked away Sat urday morning from the" West Virginia Forestry Camp for Boys near this Tucker County community. Camp Superintendent Kenneth lubenstein said Robert L. Brotherton of Jackson County was discovered missing before noon Brotherton was serving a one- ear term for armed robbery rom Mason County, Rubenstein aid. Democrats Pick 72 Organizer The chairman of the Kanawha bounty Democratic Executive Committee has appointed Jack /. Pauley organization chairman for the 1972 campaign. R. L. Reed, county chairman, also said Roy Coen will be acting director at the committee's headquarters, located in rooms 321, 322 and 323 of the Dan:e1 Boone Hotel while he is out of town this week. Kelly Castieber- ry is campaign chairman and Dewey E. S. Kuhn finance chairman. Here today-here tomorrow-and the day after... 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