Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 10, 1972 · Page 23
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September 10, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 23

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7B--Sept. 10, 1972 Sunday ·Charl«»on, Wot ; Chimney, Rodney of HernshawjCoates. address unknown; step- Additional Obituaries and Thomas of North Carolina; step-daughters, Mrs. E d d i e Snodgrass of Stickney, Mrs. Roy Evans BECKLEY - Roy H o b a r t Evans, 43, of South Sand Branch Rtteigh County, died Saturday tt hi* home after a long illness. He was a native and lifelong resident of South Sand Branch a member of the United Mine Workers, a disabled coal truck driver and attended the Little Valley Baptist Church. Surviving: wife, Mildred Robinson Evans; sons, James and Arnold, both at home; brothers, Homer of Ravenswood and Cecil of South Sand Branch: sisters Mrs. Lorraine McPeake and Mrs. Hazel Moore, both of South Sand Branch. The body is at the Rose-Quesenberry Funeral Home in Beckley and funeral arrangements are incomplete. burg with the Rev. Verlin Butcher officiating. Burial will be in the Wallace Memorial Cemetery near Clintortville. The body is at the Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home in Lewisburg where friends may call after 5 p.m. today. Dallas Harrison RIPLEY-Dallas Harrison. 74, of Fairplain, Jackson County, died Saturday at Jackson General Hospital here after a short illness. He was a farmer, a carpenter and a member of the Fairplain United Methodist Church. Surviving: brothers, Otho of Ripley, Russell of Milton, Everett of Pocatalico, Estil of Gainesville, Fla., Ray of Par- Nancy Snodgrass of Charleston and Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Bernice Price of! Rupert; step-son, Ralph Ashbu-j ry of Sutton; sisters, Mrs. Lulaj South Woods and Mrs. Myrtle Myerj Jcline both of Clendenin; brother, i Millard Goodman WILLIAMSBURG-Millard F Goodman, 53, of Williamsburg, Greenbrier County, died Friday at the Clarksburg Veterans Hospital. jkersburg and Floyd of Dunbar; I sister, Mrs. W. C. Stalnaker of Given. Sendee will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Fairplain United Methodist Church with the Rev. Vairl Winter officiating. Burial will be in the Fairplain Cemetery. The body is at the Parsons State Department of Highways, a member of the Andrew Chapel United Methodist Church and a lifelong resident of Williamsburg. Surviving: wife, Ruth Me H will be taken to the church one hour before the service. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Stewart of Brounland; step-sons, Roam White of Falling Rock. Arlo and Gary Price of Broun- Service will be 2 p.m. today i lafld. at the Grace Baptist Church in| 4uto Wreck Injuries Kill ments of Ansted, died Pleasant Valley accident. She was a Ansted Baptisl Church. Surviving: h Calif.; brother, Ariz. John O. Pauley Mitlan r-o^n,*,,. c D t'V; Jonn Q- Parley, 71, of "Broun-geioVwhiFe, 8?"" oT Rainelle, M»Uan Goodman, sons, Paul 0. land, died Saturday in Kanawha - " ' - " - ~ of Buclohannon, Jack L. of Leon- Valley Hospital after a lone ill- annon, Jack L. of Leon- Valley Hospital after a long ill ,, Md., and Millard oflness ardtown Fau-lea; sisters, Mrs. Nelliei Riley of West Memphis, Ark., Mrs. Hazel Lemaster of Falls Church, Va.. and Mrs. Virginia Shafer of Russell, Ky.; three granddaughters. He was a retired coal miner and a t t e n d e d the Baptist Church. S u r v i v i n g : wife, Tressie; daughters, Mrs. Ruth Marshall |of England, Mrs. Alta Kirk of Service will be 2 p.m. Monday jHernshaw and Mrs. Janet Baire at the Andrew Chapel United of Brounland: sons, Duard of Methodist Church m Williams- South Charleston, Donnie of Big illness. Nallen. Surviving: d Dollie Cook of Glenna Underwood Church, Mrs. Ju of Nallen and »me at Alum of arrange- Reed da Reed, 47, J., formerly Thursday in Hospital in injuries sus- 3 automobile nber of the rch. nd, William 3key Harrah hers, Burton ton of Victor , Robert ol of LaPalma, Terrence of Mrs. Juani- w, Mrs. Nane, Calif, and f Scottsdale, p.m. today erd Funeral »rleston with r il!is officiat- n the Harrah I Ancrpri /UlolCU. ri,s«_ niie rles S p u r- of Rainelle, died Thurs- ifter a long t of Rainelle member of st Church of hters, Mrs. inelle, Mrs. 1 of Falls ita Childers Mrs Delia Rainelle with the Rev. Homer Albright and the Rev. Wesley Pennington officiating. Burial will be in the End of the 'frail Cemetery in Clintonville. The body is at the Wallace-Wallce Funeral Home in Rainelle. B A S H M A, Fred Eugene- Service will be 1 p.m. Monday at the Pryor Funeral Home in East Bank with the Rev. C. E. Burns officiating. Burial will be in Montgomery Memorial Park at London, with Masonic Rites performed by the Chelyan Lodge. Mr. Basham, 61, of Chelyan, died Friday in Charleston Memorial Hospital. Friends may call at the funeral home after 1 p.m. today. HOKE. Mrs. Bessie-- Service will be held at 2 p.m. today at Meadow Creek Baptist Church with the Rev. William Fox officiating. Burial will be in Meadow Creek Cemetery. Mrs. Hoke, 82, of Meadow Creek, Summers County, died Friday in Summers County Hospital. The body is at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Home in Hinton where riends may call. It will be :aken to the church one hour bffore the service. LOWE, Mrs. Clara S.-- Service will be 11 a.m. Monday at the Snodgrass Funeral Home with he Rev. Archie Snedegar officiating. Burial will be in Middle Sun Cemetery in Frametown. Vlrs. Lowe, 73, of Luling, La., brmerly of South Charleston. died Friday in Louisiana. Friends may call at the funeral home today from noon till 9 p.m. A 25-year-old Ohio this weekend at C Memorial Hospital fror sustained in a car ac Braxton County Aug. a Larry L. Hamric Lake, Ohio, formerly Nebo in Nicholas Cou at 9:05 a.m. Friday, attendants said. He was an employe Pak of Olmsted Falls, was a Baptist and a the Bronze Star, awar he was stationed with in Vietnam. S u r v i v i n g : wiff daughter, Julie, at ho ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ha ric of Mount Nebo; Glenn of Petersburg County, Gary and S. of Woodbridge, Va.; Mrs. Shelvia Jean Gi Northfield, Minn., Mrs Sue Goscinski of Colui tion. Ohio. Mrs. Linda of Summersvilie, Mi Hamric of Mount Nebo Service will be held c Monday at Waters Home in Summersvilie Rev. James Green o Burial will be in Walkf rial Park in Summersv Friends may call aft today at the funeral ho Latin American Fund Establish RIO DE JANEIRO South American Tran, ganization plans to es $400,000 fund to promot in Latin America with tions from countries o gion. Charleston ty man was charged with leaving the scene of .an accident Saturday when he abandoned his two injured sons following a two-vehicle accident on U. S. 35 here, state police said. sisters, Lou Neff ss Anita Funeral Man Charged With Fleeing Crash Scene, Injured Sons WINFIELD--A Putnam Coun- tavern about 2:15 a.m. He said a tractor-trailer driven by P. Von Krupp slammed into the rear of the truck as it came on the road. The Wagner vehicle was turned around completely by the Troopers identified the man| forc . e nf t h p collisioi)i police as 36-year-old Norman Ray sairi The Hennis Freight Line Wagner of Fraziers Bottom. ! t r u c k j n c kknifcd. spilling a load Trooper Mark Kilburn said: o f 6 . inch pipes across both ]anes Wagner backed his pickup truck; of t h e ,- oad Troopers said traf-iXT^. onto U. S. 35 from a local fic was haUed for an hour and a iie\V ed and released from the hospital. Gregory was admitted. He is listed in satisfactory condition. Police also charged Wagner with failure to yield right of way and public intoxication. Trooper H. G. Facemeyer and Putnam County deputy George Moore assisted Trooper Kilburn. \* I- 1 Ol'k The Dump Truck Recovered, Man Jailed OAK HILL-A 1963 City of Mount Hope dump truck which was stolen on Sept. 6 has been recovered near Beckley and a suspect has been lodged in jail in connection with the theft, state police here said. Russell Evans, 20, of Beckley, surrendered to Oak Hill authorities Friday, saying that he had taken the truck while intoxicated, troopers said. The truck was found Friday abandoned on Sweenyburg Road just outside the Beckley city limits. It had been stolen from a garage in Oak Hill where it was undergoing repairs. Evans has been lodged in the Fayette County jail in lieu of $500 bond. He waived a preliminary hearing and will appear before the Fayette County grand jury when it sits in October. One-lane traffic was finally|SllOl 111 McDowell restored but police said the sec- 1 ,,,,,.,,,, ond lane was not opened until KEYSTONE, \V .V a .--MI--A lour hours later. .shooting incident late Friday sairi HP Ipff his f\vr ininrnHi r TM rt . , Ramon Ramsey. 24. whom po- sairi. He left his two injured] sons in the truck. Wagner was arrested two hours later. Both boys, 11-year-old Gregory Ray and 9-year-old Kenny, were taken to Thomas Memorial Hospital along with the injured Hennis driver. Krupp and Kenny were treat- lice said was visiting his parents in Landgraft, was fatally shot following an alleged argument over a membership card at a liquor club here. Police have arrested club manager Vinson Irving, 22, in connection with the shooting. 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