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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 37

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Notices HARTS -Frank Adams, 84, * Harts. Logan County, died Thursday in Logan General Hospital. He was a retired fanner and a member of the Hoover Baptist Church in Harts. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Ersel Spry of Cleveland. Mrs. Ray Adams of West Logan, Airs. Delbert Keener of Elkview, Mrs. Ralph Workman of Ferrelsburg, Mrs. Amy Trivett of Charleston, Mrs. Faye White of Hutchison, Mrs. Freda Adkins of Proctorville, Ohio, Mrs. Janet Adkins of Huntington; sens, Leonard and George, both of Chapmanville, Hawley of Florida. Kessler of Los Angeles. Billy Gene of Huntington; 32 grandchildren and 32 great-grandchildren. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Hoover Baptist Church. Burial in Adams Cemetery in Harts. The body is in James Funeral Home in Logan. Miss Ida Brock SUMMERSVILLE - Miss Ida Lee Brock, 65, of Summersville, Nicholas County, died Friday, in Summersville Memorial Hospital after a long illness. She was a member of Summersville Memorial United Methodist Church. Surviving: sisters, Mrs. Geraldine Rader and Mrs. Josephine Mollohan, both of Summersville; brother, Lowell Brock of Summersville. Service will be 10:30 a.m. Monday in Summersville Memorial United Methodist Church with the Rev. Paul Beal officiating. Burial in Walker Memorial Park in Summersville. Friends may call at the White Funeral Home in Summersville after 4 p.m. today. Mrs. Verlie Douglas Mrs. Verlie M. Douglas. 78, of 1927 McKinley Ave., St. Albans. died Saturday in Thomas Memorial Hospital after a short illness. She was a member of the Southwest Church of God in South Charleston. Surviving: husband, Dennis J.; daughter, Mrs. Pauline Wood;of South Charleston; sons, -Dennis R. of Chicago. Arnold F. of St. Albans; brothers. Cleo Barnette of Red House, Orville'of Oak Hill, Ohio, Cuarles of Vinton, Ohio; sisters, Mrs. Hanna Higgon- botham pf-Red "House, Mrs. Iva Steeie bf Buffalo; and six grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in Gatens Funeral Home in Poca wjth the Rev. M. G. Johnson Sr. officiating. Burial in Mount Ziori Cemetery. Friends may call after 3 p.m. today; member of the lifted Mite Workers of America and a trustee and deacon of the Arnett Chapel Community Church. Surviving: wife, Marie; daughters, Mrs. Jeans Courtney of Hawaii, Mrs. Gwinn Lehman of Glen White; sons, Marvin Dickens Jr. of Lakewood, Ohio, Gale Wayne Griffith of Beckley, Steven Michael Griffith at home; brothers, Kelly of Glen Rogers, Payton of Surveyor; sister, Mrs. Hallie Griffith of Michigan; 15 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday at Arnett Chapel Community Church with the Rev. Wade Webb officiating. Burial will be in Trail Cemetery in Surveyor. Friends may call at Armstrong Funeral Home in Whitesville after 6 p.m. today. Mrs. Peggy Gunnoe KOKOMO. Ind. - Mrs. Peggy Gunnoe. 66. of Kokomo, formerly of Charleston, W. Va., died Saturday in a Kokomo nursing home after a short illness. Surviving: sisters, Mrs. Kathleen Parker of Kokomo, Mrs. Virtue Fields and Mrs. Beatrice Humphreys, both of Charleston, Mrs. Gloria Murphy of Brentwood, Md. Service will be 1 p.m. Tuesday in Southeast Church of the Nazarene in Charleston with the Rev. C. Paul Taylor officiating. Burial in Spring Hill Cemetery. The body is being returned to J. E. Johnson Funeral Home in Charleston, where friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday. Mrs. Myrtle Holland Mrs. Myrtle V. Holland, 63, of 1316 Second Ave., died Saturday in Charleston Area Medical Center General Division after a short illness. She was a member of Simpson Memorial United Methodist Church and the church choir. She also taught Sunday School at the church. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Maxine Moore and Mrs. Shirley Silvertooth, both of Detroit;,sisters, Mrs. Thelma Brown of Columbus, Ohio, Mrs. Joanna Walker of Yellow Springs, Ohio, Mrs. Dorothy ; Stewart of Charleston, Mrs. Louise Wilder of West Dunbar; brother, Arnold C. Vaughan bf Charleston; and one grandson. The-body is in Preston Funeral Home. - am* Jfaftanw, 18, q( MM^W^XXJ. Fayeite'CoMMlY, 4M Friday « Htttoe Eospiiajl alter a kwg ittoess. He was a iifeloag Maplewood resident and a meiaaer of tie MapU*-ood United Methodist Ctetreh. He was a retired minister. Surviving: brother, Alpha of JuaetiijB City, Ore. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Maplewood United Methodist Church with the Rev. Daniel Legg officiating. Burial will be in Layland Cemetery. The body is in Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home in Rainelle. Friends may call from 6 to 9:30 p.m. today and from 1 to 2 p.m. Monday. James Martin James W. Martin, 72, of 926 Ridgemont Rd., died Saturday in Charleston Area Medical Center. General Division, after a short illness. He was a retired owner of Community Savings and Loan, president of Title Mortgage and Loan and vice-president of Wyatt Coal Co. He was a graduate of the University of Michigan and Charleston High School, where he played several varsity sports. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church and the Elks Club and an honorary member of the Charleston Rotary Club. Surviving: wife, Avis; sons, David J. of Cincinnati, Douglas J. of Stone Mountain, Ga.; sister. Mrs. Margaret Anderson of Madison, N. J.; and two grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Barlow-Bonsall Funeral Home with the Rev. Harrell J. Harper officiating. Burial in Spring Hill Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday. In lieu of flowerx the family requests donations be made to memorial funds at First Presbyterian Church. Henry Griffith ARNETT - Henry Emil Griffith, 75, of Arnett; Raleigh County, died Saturday at home after an apparent heart attack. He was a World War I veteran and a former employe of Armco Steel Co. He was a in FREDERICK WALKER Frederick Water Agent For Nationwide Insurance 220 Green Acre Estates Hurricane W.Va. has won membership "Millionaires" Club Nationwide's Elite Sales Recognition organization. The Company notified W a l k e r of election to "Millionaires" Club in recognition of his outstanding performance in customer soles and service last year. He will receive special recognition for his achievements at Nationwide's 17th annual "Millionaires" dub conference at Ft. Louder- dale, Florida. He will attend as the corn- pony's guest and will get personal congratulations from the Nationwide executives. Walker has been a Nationwide insurance agent for 2 '/2 years, this is the 2nd time he has won membership in the "Millionaires'" Club. Nationwide Insurance NuwmriiJc Xstul Inswawc Co. N«Ik«i«rt* M«nl Fire U*. To. Ernest Johnson Ernest Edwin Johnson, 88, of 406 Elm Street, died today at home after a long illness. .:·: He was a retired employe bf Goodrich'Rubber Co. in Insti- tute'and a .member of the First Chiirch of God, Main Street. He was formerly of Braxtpn County and a 60-year resident of Charleston. . Surviving: wife; Esther; sons.^Ruhl of Leesburg, Fla., Paul of Richmond, .Va., Ernest Jr.i of Belpre, Ohio, Allegra Behen of Boston, Mass.; daughters, Mrs. P a u l i n e Prtizker of Ft. Lauderdale; Fla., Mrs. Opal Burch of Charleston; sisters, Mrs. Dola Shingler of Nitro, Mrs. Myrtle Daltpn, Miss Virgie Johnson of Charleston; brothers, Thurston, : Price, Virgil, Victor of Charleston.. Eustace of Sto- nesborrpw. Pa.; 10 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. · · Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in First Church of God on Main Street with the Rev. Clay Dunaway officiating. Burial in Spring Hill Cemetery: The body is in Bartlett- Burdette Funeral Home, where friends may call after 10 a.m. today. Mrs. Elsie Parsons Mrs. Elsie S. Parsons, 64, of Clendenin, died Saturday in Roane General Hospital in Spencer after a long illness. S u r v i v i n g : sons, D. I. "Dick" of Elkview, Larry of Richmond, Va.; daughters, Mrs. Mary Love of Clay, Mrs. Margaret Davis of Clendenin; brother, James R. Hill of Clendenin; sisters, Mrs. Alma White of Belva, Mrs. Elva Moore of Akron, Mrs. Freeda Samples of North Augusta, S. C., Mrs. Violet Wooster of Vero Beach, Fla.; 12 grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Thorofare Community Church in Clendenin with the Rev. Warren Statts officiating. Burial in Clendenin Me_ morial Gardens. Friends may . call from 5 to 9 p.m. today at · Knight-Young Funeral Home ',: iii Clendeninr Mt*, POINT PLEASANT Howe Patrick, . oi POM* Pteaxtf, Maaw Co**y, fed Saturday i* a Partersbwg wuSMg taae alter a short iU- "aess. She was a member of (be Weskyaa Methodist Chun* m Point Pleasant. Surviving: daughters. Mrs. Irene Benett of Galiipolis, Ohio, Mrs. Betty Durst of Point Pleasaet; sons, Harold G. of Galiipolis, Larry of Point Pkasant; sister, Mrs. Belva Leadingham of Wirt- land, Ky.; and eight grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in the Wesleyan Methodist Church with the Rev. H. W. Durst officiating. Burial in Kirkiand Memorial Gardens. Friends may call at the Crow- Hussell Funeral Home after 4 p.m. today. Gene Wheeler HAMLIN - Gene Allen Wheeler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wheeler of Hamlin, Lincoln County, was stillborn Friday in Cabell-Huntington Hospital. Also surviving: sisters, Melissa Bell, Melinda Gail and Robin Yvette, all at home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arma Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. Brady Hall, all of Hamlin. Graveside service will be 2 p.m. today at Porter Cemetery in Myra with the Rev. Emil E. Parker officiating. The body is in McGhee Funeral Home in West Hamlin CAWLEY, Vernon Cleo Service will be held 2 p.m. today in Calvary Baptist Church, Nitro, with the Rev. Millard Mitchell officiating. Burial will be in Wade Chapel Cemetery, Red House Rt. 1. Friends may call from 6-9 p.m. today at Cooke and Pauley Funeral Home, Nitro. Mr. ,Cawley. 22, of Nitro Park Addition, died Friday when the car he was driving smashed into a utility pole and overturned. He was a mechanic at the American Viscose plant in Nitro. - Italian Voters Get Rare Chance Mrs. Fr«k lUkmiUer ROHMILLER, Fmk H. Service for Frank H. Ron- miller, 88, of 14-A Lake Shore Drive, will be held Monday at 11 a.m. at Keller Funeral Home, Dunbar, with the Rev. Homer Hicks officiating. Burial will be in Grandview Memorial Park, Dunbar. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today. Mr. Rohmiller, member of the first Dunbar city council, died Friday at Thomas Memorial Hospital after a long illness. ROBEY, Mrs. Rosa - Ser vice will be 2 p.m. today in Casto Funeral Home in Ravenswood. Burial in Long view Cemetery near Evans. Mrs. Robey, 87, of Ravenswood, Jackson County, died Friday. WILLIAMS, Charlie M. Service will be 3 p.m. Monday in St. Paul Baptist Church in St. Albans with the Rev. William K. Richardson officiating. Burial in Teays Hills Cemetery in St. Albans. Mr. Williams, 71. of Fairview Drive, St. Albans, died Tuesday in Charleston Area Medical Center's General Division. Friends may call at Preston Funeral Home after 1 p.m. today. - With Italy's political crisis still unresolved, voters on the island of Sardinia get a rare chance today to influence the makeup of the national government. A U. S. Navy home port for families of a 6th Fleet submarine tender, closed recently by the government, has become a last minute issue in the election. Nearly 1 millMNi fertMs are eligible to veto ii the election for Sardinia's regwul parliament, the equivalent of a U. S. state legislature. Leaders of all parties who have gone to the island from Rome to stamp for votes will he watching the results carefully for a test of which way the political winds are blowing. A strong showing by Communists and Socialists will put more pressure on Premier Mariano Rumor, who is trying to patch up differences in his badly split coalition government in an effort to bail Italy out of its worst economic crisis since the last world war. The Christian Democratic premier resigned last Monday when the Socialists, no. 2 partner in the coalition, refused to agree on an austerity package of higher taxes and tight credit unless the government committed itself to maintaining employment levels. But President Giovanni Leone refused to accept the resignation, telling Rumor to try to get his cabinet to agree. Since most government crises in Italy involve no more than . party squabbling, the timing of the regional election provides a rare sounding of voters. Emphasizing the problems, the government repotted Saturday that consumer prices rose more than IS per cent in a year while police announced disc-oven- of another parmili- tary camp frequented by- right-wing extremists. Police said three youths were arrested and a quantity of arms, bayonets and gas masks were seized in the mountains near Turin. Plane Crash Kills Four died Sattwtev at Area Medical Ceaie£s Mesno- rial DiviStou. A native cf Herasfaaw, sfae was a lifdoog resides-t of Kac- awfca County and a member of the Dry Braach Free Will Baptist Church. Surviving: daughters. Ma- thuriaa Glover of Sharon, Mrs, Thelfa Hartless of Chesapeake; sons. Frank Williams of Chesapeake and Harry Williams of Gatewood, Fayette County; 16 grandchildren; 46 great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren. The body is at Pryor Funeral Home at East Bank. IT'S BIKE TIME AGAIN Want to ieii cr-.e. ci be/ ont? Sead !ru» Oa- zeite-AAai! Cia»tieJ adi eve'y flay. To place an ac. pst can W1LLIAMSTON, N.C. W! Four persons were killed Saturday when a single-engine plane crashed at the Harris Airport just south of here. Martin County authorities reported. The dead were identified as Wayne Delano Harris, the pilot; Jesse Arron Davenport. 34; his 9-year-old daughter, Tracy Leigh Davenport; and James Cherry, 35, all of Williamston. Who) do we live for, is it not !c snake life less difficult for each other? 'clConc HEARING AID CENTER 202MMIIT. M.3U-U21 HOMt* WAVMIGHt. Jt. CtrtttM N«rii4 M AndMxiil FIELDS, Teal -- Service will be held Monday at 11 a.m. in the Davis Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Warren Anderson and the Rev. Marvin Milton officiating. Burial will be in Sattis Cemetery. Charleston. The body is in Long- Fisher Funeral Home. Mr. Fields, 67. of 1724 Patsy Dr., died Thursday in Staats Hospital. HUTCHINSON, Miss Ashton Eugenia -- Service wilfbe 11 a.m. Monday in Barlbw- Bonsall Funeral Home with the Rev. Roland J. Weisser officiating. Burial in Spring Hill Cemetery. Miss Hutchinson, of 209 Beaueragard St.. died Friday at home. Teacher lo Leave For Work in Rome A Kanawha County Teacher will leave Wednesday for an eight-week assignment with a summer missionary service organized by Greater Europe Mission. Miss Charlotte Robertson, a science teacher at Elkview Junior High School, will do .clerical work at the Italian Bible Institute in Rome. RUMOR'S resignation, after only three months in office, fueled voter discontent over rising prices, decreasing buying power and tension caused by neo-Fascist terrorism. The Christian Democrats, in power since the war, are bearing the brunt of the blame. SUNSET MEMORIAL PARK'S "HOUGHTFOR TODAY ·OSKIIMKAStOMamf ;of Distinction Since 191 1" (ears /Monument Company T* X liuililrr- lit hrt'rr l Virginia Si. K. Al ('It'ndcmn Ph. .1424158 VISIT TIIK SKARS Omul NKAHKST YOl 8ECKLEY 253-6480 BUFFALO 937-273! CLENDENIN 548-5664 CRAB ORCHARD .. 253-1893 ELKVIEW 965-3331 EVANS..' PAYETIEVILLE.. HURRICANE... 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JUNE SPECIAL "Rolls," Model #103 WHEEL CHAIR ^ |A comfortable, weil- Imade and inexpensive chair for those Iwho hove no need for |a specially equipped air. I WE I DRIVER BOLL RENTU.SERVKE 7l7INUT«VL,««tClMriHl«i MM 342.3411 Since establishing a burial vault distributorship in Charleston, we have discovered that the Funeral Homes do not service graves in the area. " Your Funeral Director picks up his telephone and calls a professional vault company to deliver your ordered vault arid to place a tent and service the grave. We cannot understand why the cost of the burial vaults increase 100% or doubles between the time it is ordered and purchased at the Vault company and the time it arrives at the cemetery and is retailed to you. By picking up your telephone and ordering "your burial vault from a vault company that furnish grave services, your investment of $1.00, if the call is long distance, can save you | hundreds or in the case of copper vaults thousands of dollars. The United States Entombment Company sell burial vaults directly to the public for the same amount that is charged by other metal vault companies for the heavier 7 gauge steel vaults or about $350.00 By cost comparison you will find the airtight vault of Compositex is 100% or $350,00 less expensive than the /.gauge metal vault when purchased through a funeral home that retails the item for $700.00 The cost of the Compositex burial vault when pu rchased directly from the vault company is no more expensive than the lighter and cheaper 12 gauge metal vaults and no meta! vault sold in the state is waterproof. A vault must be airtight to be waterproof. Many metal vault warranties state that the water will not raise inside the vault dome to reach the casket however when a casket sets over several inches of water inside the vault for months, the casket and remains can not help but become saturated with moisture. The Centurion vault of Compositex is the only burial vault sold in West Virginia with a water proof-airtight-warranty or return of your entire investment in cash. No other burial vault sold makes such warranty because no other burial vault is assured of being waterproof. Is the effort of telephoning a vault order worth hundreds of dollars to you? if not, order your vault'direct from a professional vault company. Burial vaults have no relationship to your selected funeral home or the type burial you desire. They directly relate to the cost you pay for the product obtained. WEST VIRGINIA DIVISION OF UNITED STATES ENTOMBMENT CO. luiintss Off k« 4 Display 1610 Washington St. E. Charleston, West Virginia Telephone 346*0101 teymtll Vkktn Cenerd M«ra§er

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