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«E-June 27, 1976 Sunday (Jaxetle-Mail Ctorkifon, Weil Vlr^nl* Death Notices Lowell Brock SUMMERSVILLE - Lowell Brock, 74, of Summersville, died Friday in the Beckley V.A. Hospital after a long illness. He was a member of Memorial Methodist Church of Summersville. Mr. Brock, a carpenter, was a World War II veteran. Surviving: sisters, Mrs. Wilburn Rader, Mrs. Josephine Mollohan, both of Summersville. Service will be 10 a.m. Monday in White Funeral Home, Summersville, with the Rev. Andrew Agnew officiating. Burial will be in Walker Memorial Park, Summersville. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Ira Bryant Ira E. Bryant, 88, of 3420 Youngers Dr., died Friday in the General Division of CAMC after a long illness. Mr. Bryant was a retired coal miner. Surviving: sons, Marshall, Christy, William, all of Clendenin; daughters, Mrs. Thelma Evans of Queen Shoals, Mrs. Lula Evans of Bomont, Mrs. Donna Dunlap of Clendenin, Mrs. Laura Belcher and Mrs. Lucy Barker, both of Charleston, Mrs. Betty Harmon of Elyria, Ohio; brothers, Everett Bryant of Rensford, Enoch Bryant of Charleston; sisters, Mrs. Mona Abshire of Charleston, Mrs. Ethel Gibson of Bomont, Mrs. Myrtle Matheny of Elk Two Mile. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Knight- Young Funeral Home, Clendenin, with the Rev. Don Blackwell officiating. Burial will be in Mullins Cemetery, Queen Shoals. Friends may call after 5 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mrs. Yvonne Buchanon SANDUSKY, Ohio-Mrs. Yvonne "Bonnie" Buchanon, 41, of Sandusky, Ohio, formerly of Ansted, W. Va., died Saturday in Good Samaritan Hospital, Sandusky, after a long illness. Mrs. Buchanon, a former resident of Ansted, W. Va., was a member of the Ansted Baptist Church. Surviving: husband, Jack; sons, Jackie and Jamie, both at home; brother, Robert Martin of Sandusky, Ohio; sisters, Mrs. Helen Dale and Mrs. Marguerite Newton, both of Sandusky, Ohio, Mrs. Gladys Wiseman of Bradenton, Fla. Service will be 1 p.m. Tuesday in Quick and Park Funeral Home, Sandusky, Ohio. Burial will be in Restlawn Memorial Gardens, Sandusky, Ohio. Mrs. Dollie Cobb Mrs. Dollie Mae Cobb, 66, of 5330 Dalewood Drive, Tyler Heights, died Saturday at home after a short illness. She was a cook retired from Kanawha County Schools and a member of the Tyler Heights Church of the Nazarene. Surviving: husband, Earl C. Cobb; sons, Heights; daughter, Mrs. Betty Barnes of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Vera Junes Davis of . Buffalo, Joy Edgell of Tyler Heights, Mrs. ; Becky Myers of St. Albans; brother, Marion Parsons of Evans; sister, Mrs. Janie TolleyofRand. Buffalo, Joy Edgell of Tyler Heights, Mrs. Becky Myers of St. Albans, brother; Marion Parsons of Evans, sister; Mrs. Janie TolleyofRand. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Tyler Heights Church of the Nazarene with the Rev. O.R. Gunnoe and the Rev. Warren. Anderson officiating. Burial will be in Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens. Friends may call from 1 to 3 p.m. and 7 to 10 p.m. today at the Cunningham Funeral Home. Mrs. Paz Dejesus HINTON-Mrs. Paz StaJuana DeJesus, 74, of Hinton, died Sunday in a Summers County Hospital, Hinton, after a long illness. 1 Mrs. DeJesus, who was born in the Phillipine Islands, was a Catholic. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Felicidau Arrulfo and Dr. Delores Reyes, both of Hinlon, Miss Romana DeJesus, Miss Teresita DeJesus, Miss Corafon DeJesus, all of Pasig Rifal, Phillipines; sons, Felino and Herminigildo DeJesus, both of the Phillipines; brothers, Guillermo Sta- Juana, Narciso StaJuana, Teodoro Sta- Juana, all of the Phillipines; sisters, Miss Beatrz StaJuana. Miss Antonia StaJuana, Miss Ida StaJuana, all of Phillipines. E.M. Meadows Funeral Home, Hinton, is in charge of arrangements. Clarence Epperly OAK HILL-Clarence McKinley Epperly, 79, of Oak Hill, died Friday in Oak Hill Hospital after a short illness. Born in Floyd County, Va., Mr. Epperly, a retired businessman, was a member of Oak Hill Baptist Church. Surviving: sons,Clarence J. "Dick" Epperly of Oak Hill; daughters, Mrs. Mary Parr of Salt Lake City, Utah, Mrs. Gladys Yon, Mrs. Hilda Schwerdt, both of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Mrs. Nira Flint of Roanoke, Va.. Mrs. Freida Buckland of Oak Hill; brother. Hollis Epperly of Fayetteville; sisters. Mrs. Flora Bruch of Sunnydale, Calif., Mrs. Hallie Martin of Oak Hill, Mrs. Willie Goff, Mrs. Myrtle Hodge, both of Fayetteville; 16 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Dodd- Payne Funeral Home, Fayetteville, with the Rev. Randolph Johnson and the Rev. Billy Reed Wickline officiating. Burial will be in Huse Memorial Park, Fayette' ville. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Marley Fields NETTIE-Marley Delt Fields, 70, of Nettie, Nicholas County, died Saturday in Summersville Memorial Hospital, Sum- mersviile. He was a disabled timberman. Surviving: wife, Annabell Martin Fields, daughter, Mrs. Virginia Snyder of Cleveland, Ohio; sons, Delmas, Roy, Landis, Arley, Lundy, all of Nettie; sister, Miss Faye Fields of Nettie; brother, John Fields of Nettie. Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home, Rainelle, is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Ora Fowler POINT PLEASANT - Mrs. Ora Fowler, 92, of Point Pleasant, Mason County, died Friday in the home of a daughter, Mrs. Erma Roush of Letart. Mrs. Fowler was a member of the Bethel United Brethern Church. Also surviving: husband, Don C. Fowler; sons, Hobert Fowler and Aaron Fowler, Robert Fowler and Raymond Fowler, all of Point Pleasant, Okey Fowler of West Columbia; 12 grandchildren; nine great- grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Crow- Hussell Funeral Home, Point Pleasant with the Rev. Bryan Blair officiating. Burial will be in Suncrest Cemetery. Friend; may call after 2 p.m. today at the funera' home. Forest Hodge LOGAN-Forest Hodge, 83, of Logan, formerly of Chesapeake, died Sunday in Logan General Hospital, Logan, after a long illness. Mr. Hodge was a retired employe of Appalachian Power Co. He was a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and Mount Carmel Freewill Baptist Church. Surviving: son, Forrest Hodge Jr. of Roanoke, Va.; daughters, Mrs. Opal Greene of Logan, Mrs. Bessie Conley of Cora, Mrs. Flora Garrison of Wheeling, Mrs. Luann Curry and Mrs. Mary Jane Rutherford, both of Columbus, Ohio; sisters, Mrs. Jennie Mannings of Bethesda, Md., Mrs. Myda DuVail of Marietta, Ohio, Mrs. Gladys Kemp of Texas. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in James Funeral Home, Logan. Burial will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Estel Hudson Estel Lee Hudson, 29, of 1325 Crescent Rd. died Saturday at home after a short illness. Surviving: wife, JoAnn; mother, Mrs. Faye Mace of Charleston; stepfather, Basil Mace of Charleston; two stepchildren. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday at Elk Funeral Home, Charleston. Mrs. Berma Keaton HINTON-Mrs. Berma Keaton, 69, of Hinton, died Sunday in Appalachian Regional Hospital, Beckley, after a two- month illness. She was a lifelong resident of Summers County. Mrs. Keaton was a member of the First Christian Church. Surviving: husband, the Rev. 0. Ike Keaton of Hinton; son, Ronald Keaton of Fairfax, Va.; daughter, Mrs. Emily Briers of Bellepoint; brothers, Robert Honaker of Vista, Calif., Russell Honaker of Talcott, O.T. Honaker Jr. of Houston, Tex.; Mrs. Lena Davis and Mrs. Ina Keaton, both of Hinton, Mrs". Clara Tallman of Alderson; five grandchildren. Roland Meadows Funeral Home, Hinton, is in charge of arrangements. Arthur Lilly Sr. Arthur Edwin Lilly Sr., 65, of Rt. 1, Box 351, Charleston, died Saturday in the General Division of CAMC after a short illness. He was a retired mechanic. Surviving: wife, Hazel; son, Arthur Edwin Lilly Jr. of Charleston; daughters, Mrs. Paulma Smith of Tornado, Mrs. Martha Nunn of Rensselaer, Ind.; 13 grandchildren. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today and 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at Cunningham Funeral Home. Mrs. Margaret Myers Mrs. Margaret Edna Myers, 71, of 731 Oakwood Rd., died Friday at home. Mrs. Myers was a former music teacher in Kanawha County schools. She was a . member of Sigma Sigma [Sigma sorority, the Pi- [oneer Club, and Christ Church United Methodist. ! Surviving: husband, Edwin A. Myers; son, \Robert Myers; sister, Martha Brown Womack of Parkersburg; two grandchildren. Memorial service will be 2 p.m. today in Christ Church United Methodist with the Rev. Aldred Wallace and the Rev. Truman Potter officiating. The body has been cremated. Mrs. Mabel Nicely WILLIAMSBURG-Mrs. Mabel Nicely, 54, of Williamsburg, Greenbrier County, died Saturday in Greenbrier Valley Hospital, Fairlea, after a long illness. Surviving: husband, Herbert H. Nicely; · daughters, Ms. Theda Sizemore, Mrs. Stella Sizemore, both of Trout, Mrs. Elizabeth Pincher and Mrs. Phyllis Workman, both of Fort Spring; sons, Henry Scott of Riverview Fla., Clyde Scott of Frankfort, Lee Stidom of Willisamsburg; sisters, Mrs. Emzie Walton of Charmco, Mrs. Grace Adamson of Mogadore, Ohio; brothers, Clifford Scott of Gettysburg, Pa., Joe Scott of White Sulphur Springs, John Scott, address unlisted. Service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in Trout Baptist Church, Trout, with the Rev. George Bailey and the Rev. Jack K. Wallace officiating.Burial will be in New Salem Church Cemetery, Williamsburg. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today and Monday at Jack K. Wallace Funeral Home, Lewisburg. STRICKLA\D FUNERAL HOME Route 119 South of Clendenin Clendenin's newest funeral home SERVING THE GREATER CLENDENIN AREA INVITES YOU TO THEIR OPEN HOUSE TODAY 9A.M. 'Til 9 P.M. [PHONE 548-721H i u SJTKVEX- STHlCKftXD. (AVXER AND UICKXSKP DIlfc P DIlfclTOK Murl Phillips Murl D. Phillips, 71, of Tad, Campbells Creek, died Friday in the General Division of CAMC after a short illness. Mr. Phillips, a former resident of Gassaway, was a miner retired from Hatfield Campbells Creek Coal Co. Surviing: wife, Helen; daughter, Mrs. Marie Runion of Rand; sons, Dennis of Tad, Ivan of Gassaway; brother, Joe Phillips of Gassaway; five grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. today in Skidmore Funeral Home, Gassaway, with the Rev. George Edward Jarrett officiating. Burial will be in Sugar Creek Cemetery, Gassaway. Ralph Rogers WEBSTER SPRINGS - Ralph Clayton Rogers, 51, of Rt. 3, Webster Springs, was dead on arrival Friday at Sacred Heart Hospital, Richwood, after a short illness. He had lived in Webster Springs for 23 years. Mr. Rogers was a veteran of the Korean War. Surviving: wife, Virginia Ware Rogers; daughters, Mrs. Mary Lee McCartney, Miss Rose Lee Rogers, Miss Kathleen Rogers, Miss Shirley Sue Rogers, all of Webster Springs, Mrs. Charlene Shaffer of Summersville; sons, Warren D. Rogers, Rslph Rogers Jr., Raymond Rogers, James Rogers, all of Webster Springs,; mother. Mrs. Minnie Wichlack of Richwood; two grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Dodd- Hurt Funeral Home, Webster Springs-, with the Rev. Minter Lynch officiating. Burial will be in Woods Cemetery, Webster Springs. Friends may call after 5 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mrs. Reba Roberts ROCK CREEK-Mrs. Reba M. Roberts, 66, of Rock Creek, Raleigh County, died Sunday in Lexington House Nursing Home, Beckley, after a long illness. Born in Van Camp, Boone County, she was a retired Raleigh County schoolteacher. Mrs. Roberts was a member of Dry Creek Presbyterian Church. Surviving: sister, Mrs. Margaret Miller of Rock Creek. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Melton Funeral Home, Beckley, with the Rev. Ross M. Evans officiating. Burial will be in Miller Cemetery, Rock Creek. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. · Harry Simmons Harry Donald Simmons, 65, of 1018 Quarrier St., died Saturday at home after a short illness. Bartlett-Burdette Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. See BOLL RENTAL FOR ALL YOUR BATHROOM SAFETY AIDS! Rent or Buy Most All Your HOME SICKROOM ,, SUPPLIES 4 · Bathtub Rails (Wall or Tub Mounted) · Straight Wall Grab Bars · Right Angle Wall Grab Bars Safety Toilet Frames · Raised Toilet Seats · Padded Toilet Seats · Shower Stools · Bathtub Seats · And Many Other Items In Stock! WE STOCK A COMPLETE SELECTION WALKING AIDS x Adjustable Walkers (Both Fixed Folding] Adjustable Crutches Adj. Fore-Arm Crutch Quad Tripod Canes 'Adjustable Canes j Wooden Canes And Many Other !jj Convalescent Items! ALSO- CALL 342-3431 WE DELIVER HANDICAPPED? Free Parking and Drive-In Service Right at Our Front Door! (ASK (IS ABOUT MEDIUM!) BOLL RENTAL SERVICE 77iKLIY AVI. MOM! 342-3431 Ex-Webster Woman Killed In Ohio Crash LORAIN, Ohio-A 31-year-old Lorain woman, formerly of Webster Springs, W. Va., was killed Saturday in a motorcycle accident in Lorain, Lorain city police said. Dead is Mrs. Mona Jean Reynolds. Police said Mrs. Reynolds was driving her motorcycle with a passenger when it struck two parked cars. She died in a Lorain hospital of head injuries several hours after the crash. An employe of the Ford Motor Co., she had lived in Lorain for the past 10 years. Surviving: son, Dennis Eugene Reynolds of Webster Springs, W. Va.; mother, Mrs. Ellen Riffle of Vermilliun, Ohio; sisters, Mrs. Connie Hall of Akron, Ohio, Mrs. Caroleen Copley of Woodbridge, Va. Dodd-Hurt Funeral Home in Webster Springs is in charge of arrangements. Funerals Today BALDWIN, Charles - 3 p.m., Cunningham Funeral Home. CABLE, Frank - 3 p.m., Wilson Funeral Home. DAILEY, Mrs. Lola - 2 p.m., Smathers Funeral Home, Ralnelie. DUNLAP, Robert - 2 p.m.. Curry Funeral Home, Alum Creek. FLEMINGS, Mrs. Elnor -- 2 p.m., in the home at Oingess, Mi ngo County. HONAKER, Jason -- 2 p.m., Jack K. Wallace Funeral Home, Lewisburg. KECK, Walton - 2 p.m., Emmett Baptist Church, Emmett. KEENER, Mrs. Grace - 2 p.m., Green-Marple Funeral Home, Sutton. POWERS, Mrs. Virginia -- 2 p.m., Teays Hill Cemetery, St. Albans. SCOTT, Mrs. Martha - 2:30 p.m., Leonard Johnson Funeral Home, Marmet. SMOOT, Wellord - 1 p.m., Leonard Johnson Funeral Home, Marmet. VANDAL, Mrs. Sylvia - 1 p.m., Cunningham Funeral Home. ADKINS, Mrs. Maureen-Service will be 2 p.m. Monday in Snodgrass Funeral Home, South Charleston. Burial will be in Graceland Memorial Park. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. today at Snodgrass Funeral Home, South Charleston. Mrs. Adkins, 65, of 312% Park Ave., South Charleston, died Friday in Thomas Memorial Hospital after a short illness. Braxton Man Found In Sutton Lake SUTTON--A boater on Sutton Lake Saturday discovered the body of a 20-year-old Braxton County man who had been missing and presumed drowned since June 10, state police said. The body was identified as that of James Robert Brady, 20, of Gassaway. Brady was reported missing more than two weeks ago, after he and a companion went boating on the Braxton County reservoir. Brady's companion told police that their boat had become disabled on the lake, and that while they were stranded, he went to sleep. When the companion awakened, he told police, Brady had vanished from the boat. Dragging operations and state police divers failed to locate the body after more than a week of effort. Police said Brady's death was apparently due to drowning, but indicated that they anticipated an autopsy would be performed. Brady is survived by his father, Robert Brady; mother, Mrs. Kaota Nardella; brother, Shawn; sisters, Vickie and .Nancy; grandmothers, Mrs. Ethel Friend of Gassaway and Mrs. Audry Brady of Frametown. Service will be 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in Skidmore Funeral Home, Gassaway, "with the Rev. Ken Reed officiating. Burial will be in Bealls Mill Cemetery at Gassaway. Friends may call after i p.m. Monday at the funeral home. County Commission Schedules Hearings The Kanawha County Commission will hold hearings at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Pratt town hall and at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the courthouse to explain its community development program application to the U.S. Department of Urban Development. Photographer Dies (C) New York Times Service NEW YORK - Minor White, one of the most important photographers of modern times, whose classic work with the camera put him in the company of photographic artists such as Ansel Adams, Edward Steichen and Alfred Stieglitz, died Thursday night at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. He was 67. White had had at least two heart attacks in recent years. His home was in Arlington, Mass., where a private funeral service will be held today. He left no survivors. Summit Under Way SAN JUAN, P.R. (AP) - President Ford said Saturday he hopes the seven-na : tion economic summit conference opening here today "will give a new impetus to the growth of our worldwide economy and improve international cooperation." Ford also warned against outside intervention in the affairs of Puerto Rico following a promise of demonstrations by proindependence groups. . Aides said he was clearly referring to Cuba, although he did not name it. Ford said interference in the "freely determined relations" between the United States and Puerto Rico "will be an unfriendly act which will be resisted by appropriate means." *· FORD READ his statement after being welcomed by an honor guard, a 21-gun salute and the playing of anthems at San Juan International Airport. He was the first summit participant to arrive. The leaders of Britain, Japan, Italy and West Germany were scheduled to arrive late Saturday. Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau of Canada had planned to come Saturday but delayed his trip until today to deal with the air traffic control dispute that has closed most Canadian airports for a week. President Valery Giscard d'Estaing of France also is to arrive today, shortly before the two-day conference opens at the plush Dorado Beach Hotel complex 17 miles west of San Juan. A friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out. ·euone HEARING AID CENTER ?02BfeOADST. .PH. 346-6521 HOMES WATMIOHT. 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