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7D--Sept. 3, 1972 Death Notices Sunday Gazette-Mail ChvlMton, iBartlett-Burdette Home. Mrs. Ellen Adking Children and one great-grand- WEST HAMLIN-Mrs. Ellen Adkins, 86, of Branchland Rt. i, Lincoln County, died Saturday in a Huntington hospital after a long illness. She was a member of the Harless Fork United Baptist Church. Surviving:son, D e l b e r t of Branchland; daughters, Miss Nora Wills of Columbus, Ohio, Mrs Bertha Riddle of Huntington, Mrs. Goldie Pinkerton of Columbus, Ohio, and Miss Mauda Faye Adkins of Huntington. Service will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Harless Fork United Baptist Church with the Rev. Dallas Godby officiating. Burial will be in the Watson Cemetery on Four Mile Creek near Branchland. Friends may call at the McGhee Funeral Home in West Hamlin after 6 p.m. today. Mrs. Mary Burnett WHITESVILLE--Mrs. M a r y Virginia Burnett, 44, of Sundial, Raleigh County, died Saturday in the Appalachian Regional Hospital in Beckley after a long illness. child. The body is at the Chatman Funeral Home in Logan. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Daniel Feazell Daniel (Wes) Feazell, 58, of Mesa, Ariz., f o r m e r l y of Charleston, died Aug. 6, in a Mesa hospital after a short illness. He was a former employe of the CO Railway at Russell, Ky. S u r v i v i n g : sisters, Mrs. Frances Litton of Torrance, Calif., Mrs. Carolyn Buckland of Nitro; brothers, Joe of Cupertino, Calif., Bernard and Paul of liarleston. A memorial service will be eld Wednesday at 6 p.m. at 'arman Funeral Home in Flatwoods. The family suggests that 'lowers be omitted. Mrs. Lucy Gravely OAK HILL-Mrs. Lucy Forest Jravely, 71, of Oak Hill, died 1 Friday in the Beckley Appa- achian Regional Hospital after a two-week illness. Mrs. Elizabeth Kryder Mrs. Elizabeth M. Kryder, 81, of Point Pleasant died Saturday at the Pleasant View Manor Nursing Home in Huntington after a long illness. She owned and operated the Kryder Beauty Shop in Point Pleasant until retirement in 1966. She was a member of the Christ Episcopal Church. Surviving: sister, Mrs. Olive B. Cox of Telford, Pa.; brother, Dr. Lester F. Corrick of Point Pleasant. Service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Wiicoxen Funeral Home in Point Pleasant with Fr. Clifford Schane officiating. Burial will be at Parsons Cemetery at Parsons, in Tucker County. The body will be at the gravesite at noon Tuesday. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. F u n e r a l ton, died Friday in the Prince' ton Community Hospital after a long illness. She was an employe of the Princeton Bank and Trust Company and a member of the First United Methodist Church in Princeton. Surviving: brothers, William of Barton, Robert of Pearisburg, Va. and Jackson of Charleston. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday at the George W. Seaver Funeral Home in Princeton with the Rev. Craig Michaels officiating. Burial will be in the Roselawn Memorial Gardens in Princeton. Friends may call at the funeral home from 5 to 9 p.m. today. The body is at the Armstrong a TM*TM** ^ess.- f ,, uneral Home to WhitesviHpL 81 * w ¥ ".native of Beury, Funeral Home in WhitesviHe and funeral arrangements are incomplete. Mrs. Helen Brooks Mrs. Helen Spellman Brooks, of Parkersburg, died Friday in Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital in Parkersburg after a long illness. Surviving: brothers. Clark J. Spellman of Oregon and Edgar Allen Spellman of Akron, Ohio; and sister, Mrs. Maggie Naylcr of Albion, 111. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday at the Parsons Funeral Home in Ripley with the Rev. D. C. Guthrie officiating. Buris'l will be in the Boice Cemetery in Flatwoods. Friends may call at Fayette County. Surviving: husband, Peyton; Howard Miller CLAY-Howard Miller, 79, the funeral home after 7 p.m. today. Clay, died Saturday at Montgomery General Hospital after a short illness. He was a timberman. Surviving: sons, James of Enoch, Orgil of Wooster, Ohio, Roy of Looneyville, Spencer of Spencer, Elmer of Manassas, Va..; daughters, Mrs. Roxie McKinney of Clay, Mrs. Rosemary Lewis of Gary, N.C.; brother, John of Clay; sisters, Mrs. Ber- sonsi, Allen and Jack E., both of fta Bragg ' of B ickmore and Mnnrinn iVimn · rtaimnfnve IMVe . _· .. w " -_ .... . _ . . Ppntiac, Mich.; daughters, Mrs. Virginia Craft, Mrs. Jeanette Hcffernan Smith, all and Mrs. of Pontiac, Betty Mich., Mrs. Janice Hope Casiano of Chicago, HI. and Miss Laure Stine Gravely of Alexandria, Va.; sisters, Mrs. Annie Wright of Corliss, Mrs. Lena Wardrep of Hico, Mrs. Rum Farmer and Mrs. Maxine Worstel, both of Dak Hill; 16 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday at the Calvary Baptist Church "n Oak Hill with the Rev. Daniel ^egg, the Rev. Paul Gravely and the Rev. Jack Barker offici- Mrs. Paradine Brown Mrs. Paradine Brown, 75, of Belle, died Friday in Fairmont General Hospital after a long illness. She was a native of Belle and |ating. Burial will be in High i Lawn Memorial Park in Oak Hill. Friends may call at the Tyree Funeral Home in Oak Mrs. Mary Griffin of Ivydale. The body is at the Wilson Funeral Home in Clay and funeral arrangements are incomplete. O. Lee Simmons 0. Lee Simmons, 80, of 809 Florence Drive, died Saturday in Riverside Nursing Home after a long illness. He was retired from the West Virginia Department of Agriculture. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. Jake McClure of Charleston of with whom he made his home; sons, Charles H. of Charleston John Howard of Columbus Ohio; sisters, Mrs. Mary Adkins of Charleston, Mrs. Ressie Henry of Belle; brother, Clifford Simmons of Cleveland, Ohio. Wilson Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Service will be 10 a.m. Monday at the Wilson Funeral Home with the Rev. James C. Fisher officiating. Burial will follow at p.m. in the Weston Masonic lemetery. James E. O'Brien P O I N T PLEASANT--James E. O'Brien, 63, of Point Pleasant, formerly of Alderson and Huntington, died at his home Friday after a long illness-. He was a retired manager of ,he Kincaid Furniture Store in Huntington, a former manager of the O'Brien Store in Alderson and a native of Alderson. Surviving: wife, Helen; sons, Freddie "Fred" of Chicago, 111., and Michael of B 1 u ef i e 1 d; daughters, Mrs. Joyce Utter- attended the belle Church of the AlexandrZ" Va"," died' Friday Hill from 4 to 9 p.m. today. back of Alderson, Mrs. Patsy -- -- Anderson of Chicago, and Mrs. Mrs. LoUie Hall j Nona Kay Rogers of Hui" Mrs. Lottie J. Hall, 75, of ^TM^L Mr ^'. Anna Mae Nazarehe. Surviving: son, Bill of Wilcox, Ariz.; daughter, Mrs. Ruth Ellison of Belle; five grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Fidler-Frame Funeral Home in Belle with the Rev. T. James Boshell officiating. Burial will be in the White Family Cemetery at Belle. Friends may call at the funeral home after 5 p.m. today. Nick Dolsoii night at Thomas Memorial Hospital after a long illness. She was a retired employe of J. C. Penney Co. in Alexandria with over 25 years of service. She was a member of the First Christian Church in Alexandria and a native of Alexandria. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. Kathryn P. Hoffman of Dunbar with whom she had been visiting when stricken; Mrs. Lottie Grayson of Alexandria; son, Frank C. Hall Jr. of Alexan- Nick Dotson, 78, of 8903 Cali-idria; sister, Mrs. Fora Simpson fornia Ave., Marmet. died today at Riverside Nursing Home after a long illness. He was a retired employe of du Pont at Belle and a member of the Marmet Baptist Church. A native of Tennessee, he was a World War I veteran. Surviving: wife, Ida; sons, Ernest N. of Marmet, Elmer N. of Miami, Fla.; sister, Mrs. Emma Lancaster of Union City, Tenn.; brother, Finis Dotson of Trimble, Tenn.; five grandchildren. Service will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Leonard Johnson Funeral Home, Marmet, with the Rev. Harry Davis officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park, South Charleston. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today at the funeral home. W. W. Dunkle of Alexandria. The body will be sent to the Everly-Whealley Funeral Home in Alexandria from the Keller Funeral Home in Dunbar. Service will be 2:30 p.m. Tuesday., at the Everly-Wheatley Funeral Home in Alexandria with the Rev. Chris Hobgood officiating. Burial will be in the Ivy Hill Cemetery in Alexandria. er of Tampa, Fla. The body is at the Lobban Funeral Home in Alderson. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Mrs. Lorna Parsons BUFFALO--Mrs. Lorna Don Parsons, 73, of Rt. 1 Buffalo, Putnam County, died Friday in St. Francis Hospital in Charleston after a long illness. She was a member of the Grandview Baptist at Red House and she attended the Turkey Branch Community Church of Buffalo. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. Tom Stover of Rt. 1, Buffalo; son, Paul of Rt. 1, Buffalo; sister, Mrs. Hattie Brotherton of Given; nine grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Turkey Branch Community church with the Rev. Aries Covert officiating. Burial will be in the Given Cemetery in Jack- j son County. Friends may call at in Silman Smith SOD--Silman A. Smith, 75, of Sod, Lincoln County, died Friday in Charleston General Hospital. He was a retired farmer, a member of the Elizabeth Baptist Church, Garretts Bend, and a veteran of World War I. Surviving: wife, Lelia; daughter, Mrs. Gilmer Mosteller of Sod; stepson, Emil Lee of Sod; brother, the Rev. Guy Smith of Campbells Creek. Service will be at 2 p.m .today in Curry Funeral Home, Alum Creek, with the Rev. Walter Bias and the Rev. Clark Bryan officiating. Burial will be Bellringer A little more wide open for business than he counted on is Kenneth Wrenn, owner of Wrenn's Shoe Sen-ice at 3814 MacCorkle Ave. SE. Wreen hands package of repaired shoes to Miss Donna Maynard of Bob White, Boone County, over a makeshift counter at front of store that was rammed last week by a hit- run car. The sign speaks for itself. (Staff Photo by Jack Kern) Bend. Cemetery, Garretts Mrs. Clarice Startzmaii P O I N T PLEASANT-Mrs Clarice Kelley Kelly Startzman, 55, of Athens, Ohio, formerly of Point Pleasant died Friday at 4 in Family | S Die in Ohio L^. ^ Duplex DlCS * r ° m , 41, Fire and his wife and their two children died early Saturday in a spokesman said. fire which swept through their M Prnor j,i two-story frame duplex home in Memouai earby Neffs. Ronald Dean Porter, 22; his wife Nancy, 20; a son Ronald Jr., 4, and a three-year-old A South Charleston woman, burned crif.icaUy Friday in a fire at her home, died at 9:15 a.m. Saturday at Charleston nnd a lifelong resident of the Charleston area. Also surviving: son, Thomas a hospitailLinwood Hundley of South Charleston; daughters, Mrs. Mrs. Anna Hundley Sawyer. Carla Hundley Dilley of Mor- 41, had been admitted to the gantown and Miss Shelly Ann hospital following the early- Hundley, at home; mother, Mrs. morning blaze with extensive jMacel Greathouse Fitzgerald of Girl's Death Still Under Investigation FAYETTEVILLE-The death jof a 3-year-old girl, struck by a truck on U.S. 21 just north of here, is stil! under investigation, sheriff's deputies said Saturday. Carol Sue Whaples, the daugh- son Vernon Jene were the vie- ornul " laze wltn extensive wiacei ureamouse JP nzgeraia or t; m s ' burns on her body. Her hus- South Charleston; brother, John Their bodies were found near'' 3and Jotin ' was also admitted I David Fitzgerald of South upstairs windows and officials^ 0 ^e hospital with extensivelCharleston; sisters, Mrs. Virgin- home after n apparen ! investigating said the four were " ' PP - Mrs. Nora Hoover jthe Raynes Funeral Home Mrs. Nora Lykins Hoover, 84, Buffalo. of Tad on Campbells Creek, died Saturday at a Ravenswood rest home after a short illness. A native and lifelong resident of Kanawha County, she was a Baptist. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Ernestine Bowles, Mrs. Eugenia Smith of Campbells Creek, Mrs. Maxine Swihart and Mrs. Cordelia Firestone of Akron, Ohio, Mrs. Pansie Patton Mrs. Pansie Octuaia Patton, 77, of Sinks Grove, Monroe County, died Saturday at the, G r e e n h r i c r Manor Nursing!, Home in Fairlea after a " illness. She was a member of the heart attack. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Athens, an employe of the Athens County Welfare Dept., a resident of Athens for 10 years and a graduate of Mountain State Business College in Parkersburg. Surviving: husband, Richard; son. Richard A. of Placentia Calif.; parents, Mr. and Mrs Albert R. Kelly of Parkersburg; sister, Mrs. Gladys Schneider oi Columbus, Ohio; brother, Clyde Kelly of Columbus, Ohio and two grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Crow-Hussell Funeral Home in Point Pleasant with the Rev. Charles S. Thompson officiating. Burial will be in Kirkland Memorial Gardens in Point Pleasant. Friends may call at the funeral home after 11 a.m. today. Jack Wengrovsky Graveside service for Dr. Jack Wengrorsky, 38, of Chica- overcome by smoke. . . ,. The fire is believed to have ls jl?. te1 . in fail-condition. started in the living room of the to his hands and lesserjia Miller of Merritt Island, Fla. burns to his face and back. He i Mrs. Catherine Samples of house, but its cause has not been determined. Goldie Prysi, in her 70s, who occupies the first floor of the duplex, told firemen she banged on the walls of the house but could get no| response from the Porter family. There are born citizens 16,662 living foreign- in West Virginia, according to the 1970 census. The median yearly income for working males in West Virginia is $5.290. For working females, it's $1,695. Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home n Lewisburg with the Rev. Leroy Crane officiating. Burial will be in the Morningside Cemetery at Renick. Mrs. McMillion, 65, of Renick, died Friday in Den- Grace United Methodist Church in Fort Spring. W W. Dunkle 74, of Daytona Mrs. Emogene Naylor of Rav- Surviving: son, Ronald V of Beach, Fla., f o r m e r l y ofienswood, Mrs. Helen Legg o f - - - ~ Charleston, died Friday in anl Harper; sons, William of Elk- Atlanta, Ga. long 'l!aess. hospital after a He was a drilling contractor and a Presbyterian. Surviving: wife, Kay; daughter, Mrs. William Jones of Atlanta. Ga.; brother, C. E. Dunkle of Yucaipa, Calif.; sister, Mrs. T. R. McElhatten of Charleston and five grandchildren. Service will be today in the Presbyterian Church in Atlanta,!funeral home Ga. view, Franklin of San Antonio, Tex., Pete of Tad Norman of Maiden; 17 grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. Service will be held Monday at 2 p.m. at Stevens and Grass Funeral Home, Maiden, with the Rev. Ralph Dearien officiating. Burial will be in Cline Cemetery on Campbells Creek. The family will r e c e i v e friends today after 2 p.m. at the Lansing, Mich.; sisters, Mrs. Floyd Cooper of Elkins, Mrs. Roy Nickell of Sinks Grove and Miss Glaydes Bennett of White Sulphur Springs; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The body is at the Broyles- McGuire Funeral Home in Union and funeral arrangements are incomplete. Mrs. Doris El more LOGAN--Mrs. Doris Elmore, 52, of Omar, Logan County, diec Saturday at St. Mary's Hospital in Huntington after a short illness. She was a member of the Mount Olive Baptist Church at Stirrat, a resident of Logan County for 30 years, and a member of the Hatfield Jolly Club at Stirrat. Surviving: of Mullins; husband, Walter, daughters, Mrs. Maggie Short and Miss Jessie Frances Elmore, both of Omar, Mrs. Essie Hector and Mrs. Doris Louise Hector, both of Providence, R.I.; sons, Melvin White and Cleophus White, both of Brooklyn, N.Y., Joseph Reynolds Jr., Pierre Elmore and Walter Elmore Jr., all of Omar, and Andrew Reynolds of Logan; sister, Mrs. Justina Coleman of Stirrat; brother, Allen Bailey of Selma, Ala., and Benjamin Bailey of Brooklyn, N.Y.; 12 grand- Henry C. Pelry Henry C. Pctry BALTIMORE, Md.-Henry C. u T f · T i Petry, 56, of Baltimore, a for- Mrs. Janie Johnston mer res ident of Comfort, Boone MONTGOMERY-Mrs. Janie County, died Saturday in a Bal- go, 111., a former intern in a! mar state Hospital at Beard Tiadeslon hospital, who died! 3 " 611 a lon g illness Chicago after a STARCHER. Jorii Daw'n-- Service will be 11 a.m. at the Wilson Funeral Home in Clay with the Rev. Basil Hersburger officiating. Burial will be in the Samples Cemetery at Procious. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Starcher, of Valleyfork, Clay County, died Thursday in Albion, Pa. short illness, will be held Mon day at 11 a.m. in B'nai Jacob Cemetery. Rabbi Samuel Cooper will officiate. Among the survivors are his wife, Evelyn, and a son. He was a native of San Juan, Argentina. Friends may call today at Barlow-Bonsall Funeral Home. Johnston of Montgomery died Saturday in the East Beckley Convalescent Home after a long illness. The body is at the Anderson- Hairston Funeral Home in Montgomery and funeral ar- timore hospital. He was co-owner of an appliance store at Essex, Md. Surviving: wife, Jewell; son, William, with the Army in Germany; daughter, Mrs. Sue Ann Watkins of Baltimore; brothers, rangements are incomplete. R oy O f Sharon, Clarence of Mrs. Olive Krcbs Mrs. Olive Krebs, 65, of 814 Glendale Ave., South Charleston, died Friday night at West Virginia University Hospital at Morgantown after a two-month illness. She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church. Surviving: husband, James E. Krebs Sr.; daughter. Mrs. Phyllis Stowers of Charleston; son, James E. Krebs Jr. of South Charleston; sister, Mrs. Gladys Fizer of Charleston: half brother, I. L. Cavender of Comfort, Charles of phley, Richard of Cardington, Ohio and Donald of Cleveland, Ohio; sisters, Mrs. Bessie Payne of Cleveland and Mrs. Marie Linville of Ypsilanti, Mich, and five grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Miss Helen Powell PRINCETON--Miss H e l e n Virginia Powell, 56, of Prince- COLLINS, James Edward Jr. --Service will be 2:30 p.m. Monday at the Ebenezer Baptist Church with the Rev. Paul Gilmer officiating. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery at 10 a.m. Tuesday. Mr. Collins, 27, of 100 Henwood Ave., died Tuesday in Detroit, Mich. Friends may call at Preston Funeral Home from 7:30 to 9 p.m. today. The cause of the fire at the Sawyer's 1524 Valley Dr. home is still under investigation. Mrs. Sawyer was an em- ploye of the McJunkin Corp. in Charleston, a member of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in South Charleston Girl Remains 'Critical' After Wreck South Charleston, Mrs. Maycel Lou Rinehart of Erie, Pa., Mrs Patricia Morrisey and Mrs Sharon Freudenberg, both of Cincinnati. The body is at the Good Shephered Funeral .Home where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. Police End Investigation Investigation into the death of a Manchester, Ohio, man who was killed in a car-tractor trail- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fayetteville, was DAVIS -- One person remained . . . TT ,, ,,. . . in critical condition in West Vir-! er accident on u - s - 21 J ust jinia University Hospital where she was transferred following a one-car accident near here that killed a 19-year-old man, officials said. The dead man was identified as Don Arnold of Davis in Tucker 'ounty. He was killed Saturday when his car wrecked on W. Va. )2 in this Tucker County com-! munity. Dr. Sauro Yheuse, of the Tuc- of Charleston Friday has ended, state police at South Charleston said. Trooper T. M. Gray said witnesses to the accident and before indicated that the Ohio man, 54-year-old Joe Collier, had been driving very erratical- before left rear Trival Lease Inc. tuck driven by Kenneth Powers of Proctorville, ker County Hospital, said BonnieiOhio, Collier barely missed an- iowel, 18, of Davis, was trans- other truck, Gray quoted the erred to University Hospital in ' Morgantown following the midnight accident. She was listed as critical with severe lacerations o the skull. Donna Anderson, 14, of Thomas n Tucker County, was admitted WATTIE, Mrs. aiaggic-Serv- |to Tucker County Hospital with ,, ice will be 1 p.m. Monday at the|f rscture d left wrist and humerus St. John's Baptist of Mornsith e doctor said Drive in Montgomery with t h e j Another girl,' a 14-year-old Rev. John Watkins and the Rev. 1 Thomas resident, was treated Thomas Pryor officiating. Buri-! an( j rc i e ased al will be in the Meadow Haven! Cemetery at Ingram Branch.-- ... . .._ _ Mrs. Waltie, 82, of Montgomery,' Italian is the mother tongue died Friday in the Riverside! of 12.292 West Virginians, ac- Nursing Home in Service Friencls mav ca 'l DOOLEY. Beuford-- ^ , Tt . , will be 1:30 p.m. today at the sori-Hairston Fidler-Frame Funeral Home in St. Albans. the Ander- Funeral Home in Montgomery from 7 to 9 p.m. cording to the 1970 census. It's German for 6,865 other Mountain Staters and Polish for another 6,301. witness as saying. Collier was taken to Charleston General Hospital following the 11:45 p.m. accident. He died there at 1 a.m., a hospital spokesman said. Police termed the collision accidental. Whaples of pronounced dead on arrival at Oak Hill Hospital following the 7 p.m. Friday accident. Preliminary investigation by sheriff's deputies indicate that the girl ran in front of the. truck drivrti by Dillare Inge of Fayetteville. Police said the girl's mother had taken the girl with her while she was cleaning a vacant lot. Her mother apparently ran across the road to talk with someone and the little girl attempted to follow. Police indicated the mishap was apparently accidental. Also s u r v i v i n g : maternal grandmother, Mrs. Catherine Patterson Huddelston of Fayetteville; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William R. Whaples of Chelyan; maternal great-grandmother, Mrs. Chloa McGrew of Fayetteville; paternal great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Williams of Oak Hill. Service will be 2:30 p.m. today at the Dodd-Payne Funeral Home in Fayetteville with the Rev. David Sneed and the Rev. Leon E. Nunley officiating. Burial will be in Huse Memorial Park in Fayetteville. The wrong way always seems the more reasonable. .HEARING AID CENTER Jt2IMMST. PH. 34*4521 * HOMU WAYUIGHT, J«. ClrtrlM NORM AM AWMwil Belle with the Rev. William Mil- toda y- The bodv wil1 be taken to lar officiating. Burial will be ini l h e chu '" ch one hour before the Montgomery Memorial Park. ! service Mr. Dooley, 81, of Belle, died w Thursday in Huntington Veter- ., 3T1C Arf%vtln!ctt.lt-irtM Urwnifll ! SlUC ans Administration Hospital. WINES, Miss Garnett--Grave: service will be 2 p.m. today harleston. Friends may today at ;at the Wines Family Cemetery DUFFIELD, Mrs. Mamie--'in Sissonville with the Rev. Eli- Service will be 1 p.m. today afza Moss officiating. Miss Wines, the Pryor Funeral Home in:59, of Sissonville, died Thursday East Bank with the Elder:at the Harrell Nursing Home Charles C. Rent officiating. Bur-iafter a Jong illness. ial will be in the Red Warrior 1 " Cemetery in Red Warrior. Mrs. Duffield, 79, of Miami, died Wednesday in Charleston Memorial Hospital after a long illness. McMII.LION. Mrs. Eva--Service will be 2 p.m. today at the ARTISTS iuppli«t for itudenti er profoiiionoli featuring Crnttint and Grumbochir. Mony "how to" bookl. FOUNTAIN HOBBY CENTER Corner W. Wash. 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