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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 30, 1974
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144 Death Notices YUUu» Alexander PECKS MlLL-William Fred Alexander. 55. of Peeks Mill. Logaa County, died Thursday in Logan General Hospital. He was a disabled miner . and an Army Veteran of .World War II. Surviving: wife. Janie Perry Alexander: daugher. Mrs. Marie Fefrell of Pecks Mill: son. William Ray. at home; brothers. James of Florida and Jake of New York: four -grandchildren. Service will be 3 p.m. today in James Funeral Home. Logan, with the Rev. Orvel Williamson officiating. Burial will be in Highland Memorial Gardens. Godby. - ' WoodroH Austin -' WEST SACRAMENTO. Cal- if.--Woodrow Wilson Austin. - 50. of West Sacramento. Cal, if., formerly of Logan County. '; died Wednesday after a long ». illness. - Surviving: wife. Mary; - daughter. Loreta Austin of I. Columbus. Ohio: sons. Dean ;· W. of Columbus. Ohio and % Harmon with U.S. Army in ^ -Louisiana; sisters. Mrs. Ethel *- Carter of West Sacramento. - Miss Ann Austin of New York. V N. Y. and Mrs. Beatrice Fry f , of Cleveland. Ohio: f i v e » grandchildren. I Service will be 2 p.m. today - in. Lake Holiness Church in the - Name of Jesus Christ with the - Rev. Wesley Craddock offi- -. dating. Burial will be in Var- Kney Cemetery. Ragland. W. : : The body is in Honaker*Fu-'. ulral Home. Logan, and will ^. hel taken to the church one -', twur before the service. ~ ;^lrs. Dortha Cutlip -·; WEBSTER SPRINGS- : Mrs. Dortha Cogar Cutlip. 61, :· BflBaltimore, Md., formerly ·: ol'Rt. 2, Webster Springs, l : ^ebster County, died Friday. ;'' She was a 12-year resident ·--· 'of Baltimore and a member of £ lUpper Holly Church of God, *'· 'Rt. 2. Webster Springs. '-"· ] Surviving: husband, Ray- si imond E.; daughters, Mrs. ;·- iMarie O'Donnell and Mrs. . ··*: · Wanda Lou Matts, both of Bal- *· Uimore; sons. Velmer James *) i "Bus" of Ellicott City, Md., -' * Arriett Jr. of Columbia, Md. ;ii \ and Donald Harry of Elyria, ^ [Ohio: brothers, Noah and Lon- %sttte,'bqth..of Rt. 2, Webster -M : Springs: sisters, Mrs. Emma -;! Fornash of Brighton, Mich. ·*» ! and Mrs. Lecta Shrader of - ' Michigan: 12 grandchildren. M The body is at Dbdd-Hurt ^ F u n e r a l Home, Webster £| Springs. : ..',·· | | Ward Dean H WardS. Dean, 74, of 926 Red r- 'Oak St. died Saturday at home lifter a long illness. J I "He was a retired car sales* 'm'an for the former McMillion *; Motors and a member of Cal- 5 Jvary Baptist Church. ? S u r v i v i n g : wife. Ruby; f brothers. Burke of Big Chim- .r^ney, K. B. Dean of Winter * jPark Fla. 5.' Service will be 10 a.m. Mont-,:day in Bartlett-Burdette Fu- ...uiiheral Home with the Rev. ;H jFloyd Brown officiating. Buri- v ial will be in West Irvine Me- H*;'.imorial Park, Irvine. Ky. Z t Friends may call after noon , 'today. : |: Lee Hendricks k ;*:; ORGAS-Lee Roy Hen- % '*^jdricks. 82, of Orgas, Boone ^/ '^·/:County, died Friday in Doc- ^ I;;tors Memorial Hospital after ^ 7-^a long illness. L ·? lHe was a retired employe of ^ i - the CO Railway and a mem'- ^ -7 i! ber of the Brotherhood .of ^ /I -Railway Trainmen and the ^ ; : - '^Presbyterian Church in Or- Burial will he ia Madisoa Memorial Park. The body is in Valley Fsner- al Home. Whitesville, where friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p. m. today. Mrs. Julia Head Mrs. Julia Elzy Head. 74. of 206 Withrow Dr., died Saturday in General Division. Charleston Area Medical Center, after a long illness. She was a 54-year resident of Charleston, a member of the First B a p t i s t C h u r c h where she was a teacher for the Lean B. Rice Adult Bible class and the Missionary Circle, president of the Washington Manor Community Bible Club, a member of the Sanctuary Choir of the church. Devotional Leader, member of the Board of Directors and Field Worker for the Missionary District Convention of Mt. Olivet Assn. Surviving: daughters, Mrs CharlaB. Hollifieldof New York, N. Y., Mrs. Lena Mae Lewis of Tuckahoe, N.Y.; brother, Boge Elzy of Charleston. The body is at Harden-Harden Funeral Home Mrs. Dora Lambert Ctttafe ***** *« (fee Rev. i, Kenigag «tik*tt- ift fee i* $*·** Part. * The bady is w Calee Fttaer- ai Home, Reekie?. Frieads may call from 5 to 9 p.m. today. Rosary wili he 7:3o pja. today. Mrs. Kadi Sews* of Cfcjrics- _... t« ifre C**ne*u CotooriL - ai ttwwe, St. Aftans. Mrs. Bertha Lyttou CRAB ORCHARD - Mrs. Bertha Irene Lytton. 53. of Crab Orchard, Raleigh County, died Saturday in Raleigh General Hospital after a short illness. She was a member of Crab Orchard Baptist Church. Surviving: husband. Earl: son, James, at home; daughters. Mrs. Sandra Horton and Miss Earlene Lytton. both of Crab Orchard and Mrs. Drema Brush of Miami. Fla.; mother, Mrs. Mary Sutphin Roberts of Beard; brothers. Otis Roberts of Bowie, Md., Bruce Roberts of New Boston, Mich, and Clifford Roberts of Beckley. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Crab Orchard Baptist Church with the Rev. Bill Withers and the Rev. Shirley Donnelly officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. The body is in Rose-Quesenberry Funeral Home, Beckley, where friends may call after 4 p.m. today. view, StrsL Fraaeis Harper of ^X'tcj* ftffm itf 3 tB Service will be today at 1 pjua. ia CttMtiflgfaatn Funeral Home with the Rev. William La.vae Jr., and the Rev. Estell Taylor officiating. Burial will be in Jones CemeterY. Mrs. Oetavia Michael HINTON-Mrs. Oetavia Ann Michael, 78, of Richmond. Va., formerly of Summers County, died Saturday in Summers County Hospital. She was a member of Park Avenue Methodist Church, a retired employe of Thalhi- mer's Department Store, Richmond and a native of Marie, Summers County. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. W. R. Fitzsimmons of Hinton, Mrs. Virginia Guimoe of Peterstown and Mrs. W. B. Powers of Richmond, Va. Service will be 11 a. m. Monday in E. M. Meadows Funeral Home, Hinton, with the Rev. Clyde Hensley officiating. Burial will be in For- estHill Methodist'Church Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p. m. today. R A N G E R - Mrs. Dora Lambert, 67, of Rt. 2, Ranger, Lincoln County, was dead on arrival Friday at Harts Medical Center of an apparent heart attack. She was a member of Mount Calvary Baptist Church. Surviving: husband, Ernie A.; daughters, Miss Kesso- leen Lambert, Mrs. Naomi Farley.and Mrs. Geraldine Brumfield, all of Ranger and Mrs. Juanita Porter of Harts; sons, James L, Alvie, Raymond and Leonard, all of Ranger and Ewell of Oakwood, Ohio: sister, Mrs. Effie Johnson of Ironton, Ohio; brother, Leroy Lovejoy of Spurlockville; 23 grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. today in Mount Calvary Baptist Church, .Ranger, with the Rev. James Mounts officiating. Burial will be in Nelson Cemetery, Rt. 2,,Ranger, The body is in the residence and McGhee Funeral Home, West Hamlin, is in charge of the arrangements. Mrs. Mary Lepori BECKLEY - Mrs. Mary L. Lepori, 92, of Beckley, Raliegh County, died Friday in a Beckley hospital. She was a native of Switzerland, a member of St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church and a resident of Beckley for the past 60 years. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. Rena Rezzonico of Beckley; sister, Mrs. Rose D'Antonio of Mullens: one grandson; two great-grandchildren. Funeral mass will e 10 a.m. Monday in St. Francis deSales James Lindsey OAK HILL - James Harry Lindsey, 75, of Cleveland, Ohio, formerly of Kincaid, Fayette County, died Friday in Cleveland after a long illness. He was a native of Sand Coulee, Mont. Surviving: son, David of Oak Hill; daughters, Mrs. Louise Stone of Arizona and Miss Lillie Jane Lindsey of Cleveland. Ohio; brother, Cecil of Miami, Fla.; sisters, Mrs. Lillian Brash of Hill Top; seven grandchildren. Service will be 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Tyree Funeral Home. Oak Hill, with the Rev. C.S. Donnally officiating. Burial will be in Kincaid Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday! Mrs. Mary Price COLCORD-Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Gillespie Price, 84, of Colcord, Raleigh County, died Friday in her home after a long illness. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church in Colcord. Surviving: husband, Ira M.; daughter, Mrs. Nell M. Foster of Colcord; one granddaughter: two great-grandchildren. Service will be 2 p. m. Monday in Presbyterian Church, Colcord, with the Rev. David Caves officiating. Burial will be in Blue Ridge .Memorial Gardens. The body is in ValleyVuner- al Home, Whitesville, where friends may call from 5 to 9 p. m. today. · In lieu of flowers the family Oscar Raxtoa WAUL BACK-Osear field Paxtoa, 7*. cf Walaek, Clay Cowtv, died Saturday at hosae after a long illness. Surviving: wife, Gertie Jane; daughter. Mrs. Elma Elizabeth Butcher of Gauley Bridge: sons, Oscar Jr. of Valley Fork. Orville of Wall- back'and Robert of Medina, Ohio; brother. Lawrence of Mannington, sisters. Mrs. Rhoda Boggs of Charleston, Mrs. Dorothy Gill of Florida; 18 grandchildren; four great- grandchildren. Service will be 10 a.m. Monday in Wilson Funeral Home, Clay. Burial will be in Pleasant Cemetery. Mrs. Mamie Rieff RED STARR - Mrs. Mammie Rieff, 90, of Red Star, Fayette County, died Friday in Christian Nursing Home. Fayetteville, after a long illness. She was a native of Hinton. Summers County. Surviving: brother, Everett M. Woodall oft Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Tyree Funeral Home, Oak Hill, with the Rev. Ernest Barley officiating. Burial will be in Hill Top Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today. CMUSIUN. CfcMfcfi H Service wtti he2 p uou Wedaes- da Y ia Rikhie-Jktesoe Ftwer- al Home. Green town, with Bishop Allen Wilson officiating. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Mount Hope. Mr. Christian, 63, of Charleston, died Friday in Beckley Veterans Hospital. He was a veteran of World War II. Surviving: wife. Viola, of Charleston; son Lawrence of Charleston: daughters. Miss Elizabeth Christian and Mrs. Myrtle Dawson, both of Charleston: sisters, Mrs. Maggie Hannah of Mount Hope and Mrs. Myrtle McLain of Three Rivers. Mich.; mother, Mrs. Mary Lou Bloom of Mount frietfe 'tornl toftfum- M*- BEftlY, Afcert J- - Service will be 2 p-m. Monday in Wilson Funeral Home with the Rev. Archie Snedegar officiating. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Mr. Bern-, «2, of msQuarrier St., died Thursday in General Division, Charleston Area Medical Center. Additional survivors: 10 grandchildren. 12. »'iv«es Assa at tfceSrttow Ajwwry at Sau»niay. WANT TO SELL SOMETHING? 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