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14D -Julv 27, 1975 * Sunder G**ette~Uul Death Notices Mrs. Eunice Barker Mrs. Eunice Virginia Barker, 53, of Aliens Rt., Sissonville was dead on arrival Saturday ai the General Division of the Charleston Area Medical Center. She was a member of the Trace Fork Church of God Mission. Sissonville. Surviving: husband, Clyde: daughters, Janet K. at home. Mrs. Evelyn M. Parsons of Kenna: sons. Raymond and Keith, both at home: James of Charleston; sisters. Mrs. Jewel Bailey and Mrs. Ruth Harrison, both of Sissonville; brothers. Samuel C. Fields. Raymond H. Fields and Harvey D. Fields, all" of Charleston; halfbrother, Russell Horn of Charleston; one grandchild. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today at Long and Fisher Funeral Home Pocatalico. Mrs. Madeleine Brown HINTON - Mrs. Madeleine Neely Brown, 43, of Monroe, Ohio, formerly of Summers County, died Friday at home after a short illness. She was a 10-year resident of Monroe. Surviving: husband Noel Brown of Monroe; daughters, Alicia and Enrika at home; mother, Mrs. Eva Ellison Neely of Pipestem; sisters, Mrs. Genevieve McNeer of Pipestem, Mrs. Eloise Atkins of Union. Ronald Meadows Funeral Home at Hin- · ton is in charge of arrangements. Herman Cantrell Jr. ; Herman A. Cantrell, 66, of 601 Highland · Ave.. South Charleston, died Saturday in :the Memorial Division of the Charleston Area Medical Center. ' He was a salesman for Rose City Equip- ;ment Co., Charleston, and a former sales -manager for Remington Rand Co., Charleston. Mr. Cantrell was a member of the ·Ruffner Memorial Presbyterian Church 'and the Elks Lodge. He was a lifelong resident of Charleston. Surviving: wife, Faye S.; daughters, Mrs. Jan Fink and Mrs. Jean Green, both of Charleston; stepdaughters, Mrs. Jeanne Cooper of Ravenswood, Mrs. Judy Miller of St. Albans; stepsons, James Tierney of Foxboro, Mass., Tim Tierney of Richmond, Va., Ray Kinser of Welch, Archie Kinser of Williamsport, Pa.; sisters, Mrs. Lessie Henderson and Mrs. Mildred Griffith, both of Charleston; brothers, Charles, Ernest and Raymond, all of Charleston; 19 step-grandchildren. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Barlow-Bonsall Funeral Home with the Rev. Paul A. Chesney officiating. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today. Gassaway. Braxton County, died Friday in the Clarksburg V. A. Hospital. He was a fanner and a retired mailman Mr. Fisher was a veteran of World War U. Surviving: wife. Dora; son, John of Grayson, Ky.; daughter, Mrs. Willa J. Steele of Gassaway; brothers, Arthur of Normantown. Charles of Orton, John of Weston, Sherman, Robert and Owen, all of Ohio; sisters, Mrs. Orma Engel of Gassaway, Mrs. Erma Hembury of Canton, Ohio, Mrs. Maxine Smith of Elyria, Ohio, Mrs. Ruth Jones of Ashland, Ohio, Fannie of Barbourton; eight grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Skidmore Funeral Home, Gassaway, with the Rev. John Kyer officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Gassaway. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today. Henry Green Henry W. Green, 92. of 423 Washington St., St. Albans, died Saturday in Doctors Memorial Hospital, Huntington. He was a retired CO Railway conductor and was a member of the First Baptist Church, St. Albans. Mr. Green was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Conductors and was a 60 year member of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics. Surviving: son, Frazure F. of St. Albans; daughters, Mrs. Katheryn Coalter of St. Albans, Mrs. Ruth Courson of Silver Spring, Md.; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Bartlett Funeral Home, St. Albans. Mrs. Rosa Hamstead GRAFTON-Mrs. Rosa Mae Hamstead, 80, of Grafton, died Friday in a Grafton hospital. Surviving: sons, Mervin of Silver Spring, Md., William of Rockville, Md.; daughters, Mrs. Genevieve Zavona of Silver Spring, Md., Mrs. Joseph Henry of Grafton, Mrs. John Markey of Charleston; sisters, Mrs. Ida Poling of Morgantown, Mrs. Maud Miles of Forest, Va.; four grandchildren, four great-grandchildren. Service will be 2:30 p.m. Monday at the Bartlett Funeral Home, Grafton, with Rev. Paul Ridolfi officiating. Burial will be in Lawnwood Cemetery at Morgantown. Visitors may call at the funeral home after 2:30 p.m. today. Mrs. Maeii Pag* Mrs. Macil 1. Page, tt.of 52* Big Tyler Rd., died Saturday in Tbocoas Memorial Hospital after a keg illness. Surviving: sons, Charles, Ralph and Raynwod, aJU of Big Tyler, Winston of Columbus, Ohio; daughters, Mrs. Norma Layne of Marion, Ohio, Mrs. Emma Barnes of Big Tyler, Mrs. Dorothy Barnes of Hurricane: brothers, Arnold Carte of Poca, Emmett Carte of Dunbar, John Carte of Nitro; sisters, Mrs. Rachel Crites and Emma Carte, both of Nitro; 16 grandchildren. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today at Cunningham Funeral Home. Billie Shaver SUTTON - Billie Shaver, 49, of Sutton, died Friday in St. Joseph's Hospital in Buckhannon after a long illness. Surviving are two cousins. Service will be 2 p.m. today in Robertson Funeral Home, Sutton, with the Rev. Martin Berisford officiating. Burial will be in Sutton Cemetery. Ira James Carpenter WEBSTER SPRINGS - Ira James Carpenter, 50, of Webster Springs, died Saturday in Webster County Memorial Hospital. He was a lifelong resident of Webster ; County. He was a veteran of World War II and a disabled employe of the State De. partment of Highways. Surviving: wife, Geraldine M.; sons, James of Cottle, Doy at home; daughters, Mrs. Linda Jack and Mrs. Brenda Collins, both of Webster Springs, Shelia, Arlene and Darlene, all at home; parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Carpenter of Webster Springs; brothers, ArUe and Rado, both of Webster Springs; sisters, Mrs. Stella Brooks of Diana, Mrs. Lena Deel and Mrs. - Goldie Christian, both of Webster Springs Mrs. Icelee Enix of Rt. 4, Webster Springs; three grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in Dodd- Hurt Funeral Home, Webster Springs, with the Rev. Minter W. Lynch officiating. Burial will be in Point Mountain Cemetery, Rt. 4, Webster Springs. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Monday. Mrs. Lucy Jones SUMMERSVILLE - Mrs. Lucy Marie Jones, 43, of Summersville, Nicholas County, died Saturday in Summersville Memorial Hospital after a long illness. She was a Baptist. Surviving: husband, Paul; sons, Robert and Johnny both at home, Paul K. Jr. of Baltimore, Md; daughters, Donna at home, Mrs. Malina Meade and Mrs. Sue Seabrease, both of Baltimore, Md.; mother, Mrs. lona Hamon of Anjean; brothers, Hubert Hamon of Calvin, Beecher Hamon and Edward Hamon, both of Lewisburg, Sebastain Hamon of Richwood; sisters, Mrs. Loma Adkins of Tioga, Mrs. Mildred Beale of Anjean, Mrs. Macil Kalucia and Mrs. Clara Walters, both of Wisconsin; Mrs. Anna Spencer of Richwood; two grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in White Funeral Home, Summersville. Burial will be in Walker Memorial Park, Summersville. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today. Roy Sheets Roy M. Sheets, 67, of 432 Forest Circle, South Charleston, died yesterday in Thomas Memorial Hospital after a short illness. He was owner of Sheets Market on East Washington Street Charleston, and a member of the First Presbyterian Church in South Charleston. Surviving: wife, Kathleen; son, Thomas E. of Charlottesville, Va.; brothers, Kenneth of Staunton, Va., Roland of Cross Lanes, Andrew of California; sister, Mrs. Gladys Allen of Grottoes, Va. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Snodgrass Funeral Home, South Charleston, with the Rev. C. F. Mounts officiating. Burial will be in Kirkland Memorial Gardens at Point Pleasant. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today. Stanley Shrodo EDISON, N.J. - Stanley Joseph Shrodo, 56, of Edison, N.J., formerly of Beckley, was dead on arrival Friday at a Beckley hospital. He was a native of Scranton, Pa., and was a resident of New Jersey for 16 years. Mr. Shrodo was an employe of the Kentile Corp., N.J. He was a veteran of World War II and served with the European Theatre. He was a former prisoner of war for four months. Mr. Shrodo was a member of St. Matthews Catholic Church, Edison, and the American Legion, Surviving: wife, Margaret R.; sons, Stanley Jr. of Highbridge, N.J., Paul E. of West Haverstraw, N.Y., George of Edison, N.J.; sisters, Mrs. Josie Rogar of Lanarc, Mrs. Julia Hutmon of Trenton, N.J., Mrs. Helen Barone of Beckley; five grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial will be 10 a.m. Monday in St. Francis DeSales Catholic Church, Beckley, with Fr. Stephen Wolan the celebrant. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park, Beckley. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. today at Melton Funeral Home, Beckley. Vigil prayer service will be 8:30 p.m. today at the funeral home. --Staff Photo by Lawrence Pierce Unpaid Bills Are Read by Mrs. Blanche Hobbs She Plans to Sell Her Body for Income field, Pa.; brothers, Delbert of Cannelton, George of Smithers, Gordon of Montgomery, Paul of Baltimore, Md. Service will be 1:30 p.m. Monday .in B. C. Hooper Funeral Home, Montgomery, with the Rev. Paul Morris officiating. Burial will be in Montgomery Memorial Park, London. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. today. Woman Wants Death To Facilitate Life By Andrew Gallagher Edward Cockrell Edward Rutherford Cockrell, 50, of Eleanor, was killed Friday in a one-car crash near St. Albans. He was a member of the VFW and was a veteran of World War II, having served with the Navy. He was a lifelong resident of Putnam County. ·. Surviving: son, Edward R. Jr. of Warren, Mich.; daughters, Mrs. Bonnie Denny of Newport News, Va., Mrs. Marsha Lynn Wright of Fairfield, Calif.; brother, Robert H. of Parkersburg; sisters, Demple of Eleanor, Mrs. Bonnie Jones of Nitro, Mrs. Dorothy Hartley of New Haven; eight grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Chapman-Erskine Funeral Home, Winfield, with the Rev. Gregory Stowers officiating. Burial will be in Wade Chapel Cemetery, Red House, Friends may call after 3 p.m. today. Mrs. Rachel Gofer DEEP WATER-Mrs. Rachel Young Cofer, 90, of Deep Water, Fayette County, died Friday in Montgomery Feneral Hospital. She was a member of the Morning Star Baptist Church. Deep Water. Surviving: one grandchild: six great- grandchildren. Anderson-Hairston Funeral Home. Montgomery, is in charge of arrangements. Aaron Kniceley CLEVELAND, Ohio - Aaron Kniceley, 40, of Cleveland, Ohio, formerly of Braxton County, died Friday in Cleveland hospital. He was a truck driver and a veteran of the Korean War. Surviving: wife, Constance; son, James at home; daughter, Diane at home; father, James Kniceley of Elmira; mother, Mrs. Esther Summers of Cleveland, Ohio. Service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in Skidmore Funeral Home, Gassaway, w4th the Rev. C. C.Dobbins officiating. Burial will be in the Kniceley Family Cemetery, near Servia. Friends may call after 6 p.m. Monday. Lewis Spangler Sr. TULLAHOMA, Tenn. - Lewis Ellsworth Spangler Sr., of Tullahoma, Tenn., formerly of Charleston, died July 15 in Tullahoma. He was a native of West Virginia and a former circuit clerk and deputy sheiff of Tucker County. Mr. Spangler was a teacher and was a retired inspector with the West Virginia State Road Commission. He had lived in Tullahoma eight years. Surviving: wife, Delphia E. of Tullahoma; son, Lewis Jr. of Arlington, Va.; daughters, Mrs. Pauline Thomas of Tullahoma, Tenn., Mrs. Eleanor McNair of North Salem, N.Y.; ten grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Leslie Phares Leslie L. Phares, 62, of 1026 Mountain Rd., died Saturday in General Division of Charleston Area Medical Center after a long illness. He was a retired sheetmetal worker for Tabor Inc. and a member of South Ruffner Presbyterian Church. He was a veteran of World War II. Surviving: wife, Mrs. Dorothy Holcomb Phares; daughters, Mrs. Deborah Waugh, Mrs. Judith Spainhour and Miss Jeanette Phares, all of Charleston; son, Leslie L. II of Charleston; stepson, John A. Detamore of Lizemores; sisters, Mrs. Kathleen Bush and Mrs. Evelyn Burdette, both of Charleston; brothers, Carl of Pittsburgh, Pa., Walter, Dick, Earl and George, all of Charleston; two grandchildren. Visitors may call at Bartlett-Burdette Funeral Home after 6 p.m. today. Mrs. Delia Wood Mrs. D' j Wood, 82, of 819 First Ave. S., Nitro, uied Saturady in Thomas Memorial Hospital after a long illness. She was a member of the Church of God, and a native of Bald Knob, Boone County. Surviving: sister, Mrs. Myrtle Ayers of Nitro. Service will be held 11 a.m. Monday in Cooke and Pauley Funeral Home, Nitro, with the Rev. June Harris officiating- Burial will be in Grandview Memorial Park, Dunbar. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today. Because she says she has no income, Mrs. Blanche Hobbs of 144 Sixth St., Dunbar, has decided to sell her body. "After I die," the 54-year-old woman said, during an interview at her house. Mrs. Hobbs said she was widowed in 1960 and has no children. She said she already has missed this month's $80 rent payment on her five-room home. She popped open her purse to show a sheaf of letters to various political figures asking for help. She withdrew a stack of bills: $7.50 for trash, $7.26 for gas, $3.08 for sanitary board, and $5.47 for water. * * * HER PLAN IS to sell her body to a hospital. In payment, the hospital, or other organization, must pay her rent and utilities until she dies. Asked what happens if no one takes her up on the offer, she said: "Well, I don't know. Maybe I'll get a placard on my back and walk around the Capitol The placard will say, 'If you think this is almost heaven, well I've got another name'." She said her only source of food is $46 a month in food stamps. She is an epileptic -- another reason she thinks a hospital might want to buy her body. The illness, she said, has prevented her from keeping a job for any length of time. And, last year, she said, she was involved in a car accident while riding in a taxi in Charleston. The accident seriously damaged her back and neck, she asserted. She sat in a large chair in her living room as she spoke. A coverlet with a picture of Jesus was at the back of her head. Three Bibles and a small tape recorder were on her dining room table. * * * "I'VE SOLD A GUITAR, radio, record player, set of rings, a quilt my mother gave me and I've got an amplifier and mike here that I'm trying to sell," she said. Pointing across the room, she said: "I used to have a big stereo there. I only owed two payments on it, but I had to let them come take it." She said she has been unable to obtain money from any agency. She said she's had the telephone taken out since March and never has owned a television or car. She talks darkly of com itting suicide by boarding a ship and drowning herself outside the U.S. territorial limits, "because I don't want to be buried in this place." Navy Decision to Impede Torpedo Production Probed Harold Means Harold "Shag" Means, 75, of 103 Kenna Dr.. South Charleston, died Saturday in Pinecrest Hospital, Beckley, after a long illness. He was a retired maintenance employe of the St. Albans library. Mr. Means was a member of the First Church of the Nazarene, South Charleston, and was a lifelong resident of Kanawha County. Surviving: wife, Stella P.; brothers, Reginald of Dunbar, Billy of Richmond, Va. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today at Good Shepherd Funeral Home, South Charleston. Mrs. Gertrude Starcher SHEFFIELD LAKE, Ohio - Mrs. Gertrude Starcher, 70, of Sheffield Lake, Ohio, formerly of Roane County, died Friday in Ohio. Surviving: sons, Michael of Jeffersontown, Ky., William B. of Sheffield Lake, Charles W. Jr. of Long Island, J. Y., Oral A. of St. Marys. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Vandale Funeral Home, Spencer, with the Rev. Larry Haught officiating. Burial will be in Spencer Cemetery. Friends may call after noon today. ADD AIR, Addle Marie - Service will be 3 p.m. Monday in Fidler and Frame Funeral Home, Belle, with the Rev. M.L. Stringer officiating. Burial will be in Witcher Creek Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Mrs. Addiar, 74, of 406 Kanawha St., Sr. Albans, died Friday in Thomas Memorial Hospital. Wilbur Taylor SCARBRO - Wilbur Houston Taylor, 63, of Scarbro, Fayette County, died Saturday at home. He was a retired miner with the New River Coal Co., Lochgelly and a member of the UMW. Tyree Funeral Home, Oak Hill, is in charge of arrangements. GARDNER, Thomas Elwood - Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Barlow-Bonsall Funeral Home with the Rev. Ray Wi Fink officiating. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may call after noon today. Mr. Gardner, of 5512 Virginia Ave. SE, died Friday in the McMillan Division of the Charleston Area Medical Center. (C( N.Y. Times Service WASHINGTON-The Defense Department is questioning a Navy decision to slow down production of a torpedo mine which potentially could help seal off the Russian submarine fleet form the Atlantic sea lanes. When the concept of the torpedo mine, known as Captor, was first advanced several years ago, top naval planners hailed it as a radical advance in mine warfare that could help neutralize the Soviet submarine threat. As development neared completion, however, the Navy, which is running short of funds to construct warships, began to scale down its plans for production of the weapon. ^ THE NAVY ORIGINALLY had planned to produce the mine at a rate of more than 1,000 a year. It has now proposed to cut the production rate in half and according to Defense Department analysts, it will be 1988 before the Navy reaches its planned inventory of more than 5,000 Captor mines. In a secret "issue paper" now circulating within the Pentagon, the Defense Department Office of Program Analysis and Evaluation has raised a question as to whether the Navy should be permitted to slow down production of a weapon that at one point it had contended would be a relatively inexpensive counter to the Soviet submarine threat. The issue has now been carried to Defense Secretary James R. Schlesinger for a decision in connection with next year's military budget. Jason Dempsey HARTS -- Jason Dempsey, 79. of Harts, Lincoln County, died Friday in St. Mary's Hospital. Huntington. He was a retired farmer and was a member of the Coal Branch Church of Christ, Lincoln County. Surviving: wife. Belle M.; daughter. Mrs. Juanita Adkins of Huntington; sons. Joe, Tilman. Harold. Billy and Howard. ail of Harts; brother. Ova of Harts: 13 grandchildren; ten great-granchildren. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday at the residence in Harts with the Rev. Monroe Hensley and the Rev. Tracy Hensley officiating. Burial will be in Dempsey Cemetery. Harts. Friends may call today at the home. McGhee Funeral Home. West Hamlin : is in charge of arrangements. Frank Fisher « Y - Frank L. Fisher, 6,»f Mrs. Emma Melton Mrs. Emma Delia Melton, 83, of 371 Twilight Dr.. died Saturday in the General Division of the Charleston Area Medical Center. She was a retired employe with 33 years service with the Superior Cleaners and Laundry, Charleston. She attended the Adventist Christian Church. Surviving: brother, Thomas W. Nutter of Beckley. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Albert Myers Funeral Home. Elkview. with the Rev. Bobby M. Sizemore officiating. Burial will be in Melton Cemetery, Twilight Dr. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today. Mrs. Ida McAvoy BOLAIR-Mrs. Ida Isabell McAvoy. 94, of Bolair. Webster County, died Friday in Webster County Memorial Hospital after a short illness. She had lived in Bolair for 73 years and was a Methodist and a homemaker. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. Virginia Starcher of Bolair: 12 grandchildren; 45 great-grandchildren: 25 great-greatgrandchildren: one great-great-great granddaughter. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Dodd- Hurt Funeral Home. Webster Springs. Burial will be in the McAvoy Cemetery. Bolair. Pleasant Ridge. Friends may call after I p.m. today. Billy F. Wehrle Billy Frank Wehrle, 49, of Charleston Rt. 5, died Friday at home. A former employe of Rose City Press in Charleston, he worked for the State Department of Education Printing Dept. Mr. Wehrle was a member of the Elmore Advent Christian Church and a World War II veteran. Surviving: wife, Geneva; daughters, Mrs. Patricia Heater of Charleston Rt. 5, Mrs. Beverly Burgess of Ansted, Mary Ellen and Lisa at home; sons, Billy Joe and Ernest Lee at home; sister. Mrs. Betty Stone of Charleston. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Bartlett-Burdette Funeral Home with the Rev. Roy Russell officiating. Burial will be in the Neely Cemetery at Coopers Creek. Friends may call after noon today. MARQUES, Aldowando M. - Service will be 2 p.m. today in Parsons Funeral Home, Ripley, with the Rev. William Sullivan officiating. Burial will be in Fairplain Cemetery.Jackson County. Mr. Marques, 46, of Man, Ivory Coast, West Africa, was killed Monday in an automobile accident in West Africa. WILSON, Lloyd -- Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Hampton Baptist Church, East Bank, with the Rev. James Simpson officiating. Burial will be in Red Man Cemetery, Pax. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today at Pryor Funeral Home, East Bank. Mr. Wilson, 76, of East Bank, died Friday in the General Division of the Charleston Area Medical Center after a long illness. Funerals Today William Wills SMITHERS - William Eugene Wills, 60. of Smithers. Fayette County, died Saturday in the Memorial Division of the Charleston Area Medical Center. He was a retired miner and employe of the Central Appalachian Coal Co., Montgomery. Mr. Wills was a veteran of World War* II and was a lifelong resident of Smithers. Surviving: daughter. Rebecca J. of Boomer; sisters. Mrs. Joanna Nutter of Oak Hill, Mrs. Mabel Blasher of Sfriith- WORSTER, Frank Joseph - Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Fidler and Frame Funeral Home with the Rev. Thomas Duncan officiating. Burial will be in Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens. Friends may call after 4 p.m. today. Mr. Worster. 73. of Rt. 2. Point Pleasant, formerly of Belle, died Friday at home. " Funerals Today BUAKE, Gladys Lawson--p.m., Tyree Funeral Home, Mount Hope. COLLINS, Howard-2:30 p.m., Allen Funeral Home, Hurricane. COOK, Jimmy C.-2 p.m., Hunter-Hunter Funeral Home, Madison. ELLIS, Elizabeth-2 p.m., Fidler and Frame Funeral Home, Belle. FORE, Minnie-2 p.m., Long-Fisher Funeral Home, Charleston. FROST, Alfred--11 p.m., James Funeral Home, Logan HALL, Greely--2 p.m.. Beech United Methodist Church Arnoldsburg. HEATHERMAN, RobertGregory-2p.m., AccovilieUn- ited Methodist Church. MARTIN, Cecil R.-2 p.m., Cottle Church of God PRICE, Elsie-2 p.m., Stevens and Grass Funeral Home, Maiden. iECKMAN, James B.-2 p.m., Vandale Funeral Home, Spencer. SKAGGS, Margie-2 p.m. Blue Ridge Funeral Home, Beckley. STARK P.M. "Graham"-! p.m.. Walnut Grove Freewill Baptist Church, Chauncey, Logan County. · J? M^5 ', Vi, uise K M r 2 "··"·· ' 4eiberl Memorial United Methodist Church, Logan WILSON Okey Stanford-I0:30 a.m., Hafer Funeral Home, Elkview. 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