The Gaffney Ledger from Gaffney, South Carolina on March 29, 1967 · Page 8
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The Gaffney Ledger from Gaffney, South Carolina · Page 8

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Page 9 The fiaffney Ledger Wednesday. March 29. 1967 OTTT)TTnTTIT m JP&WEM OTP i v iiii uy ii i 1 1 i E, A. AllUen m E, A. Allison, 70. and hu- M(DIWER l and of M"- Ora Moore AMU ion or II!' O'Neal Street in Gaffney. lcd at 6:30 n. m Tuesday In the Cherokee Couii'y Memorial Hospital aft. i-r ii lora illness. Mr. Allison wm th an- 93mtMd m&amQQm flare mmmrffimma SfamiS .... i v4 the lute Columbus and Mary Blanton Allison and a retired textile worker. H was an nuln (talesman iinrl ford, Dn. Lee Nesbitt and Cathcart, Sr., D. M. Lane, Far-ren Fitxirerald, Dever Smith, Walter W. Brown, Pat Stroup, Conrad Jones, T. J. Harmon, Guilford Melton. T. J. Grey, Rudy Lamb, R. C. Keller. W. C. Keller, Jr., and Oscar Sullivan. Doiiflat Brian QuB Douglas Brian Queen, six day old son of Frankle and Sybil Petty Queen of Route 8, died rhi morninjr t 5:30 at the Cherokee County Hospital. Service will be held Thurs-day at 3 p. m. at the residence. These will be conducted by Rev. Jamoa Allen, followed by the burial in Frederick Memorial Gardens. Also surviving, one brother, - mviiiuvr of tho Southside Baptist Church whero ne was a former dea-ron. He was also a World War I veteran. Also altrvivinir an hi .,..u - m v UBUKil' lura Mr. Pull I R fo. 1 -.- v. i ----- - - t'ivoO I B, Herbert P. Blanton, both of Caffney: sisters, Mrs. Kate Sanders, Mrs. Myrtle Porter, Mrs. Fay. Abernuthy, all of Onffney; and one jrrundaon. . a v v mmm mmm .. ai l-aii mm mm t m (, i m V mmm . m r i III i mi III tl i .pi'viees will ue held at 4 i). in. Ihurauav at tin. sjm.tk -!ili Itimiist Church , In.. t...l sf n m 33 by Revs. Harry Crosby, Odis f ..'!..-.. I f . t - ... cn Recotl u-i iiuir.v, mm j a lues Allen. H ii rial will be in !", l..-i.. I, V Hansel - ... . u. i i n Memorial Guldens. The body will be at home after 2 p. m. today and moved to the chun-h ut 3 p. ni. tomorrow. 3Pottlonw i'aiihearers: Joe Dean Lem-mons, Sammy Taylor, Neb Os- niert. J. W. Hianton. Ki v R. ' ? . its. Jack Clary, Bob Gregory, and J. V. Patterson. Shuford - Hatcher Funeral Home is in charge. Mr. Fred H. George Services for Mrs. Beatrice Vounir George, 53, and wife if Fred H. Georpe of 214 Park Street in Gaffney, will be held at 4 p. m. today at the Shu- ord-Hatcher Funeral Home. ii frankie Rny Queen, of the home: maternal grandparent, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Petty; pa-termil grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Drayton Queen, Sr.; ma-ternal great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Petty, all of Gaffney. William Kincaid Philadelphia. William Kincaid, 71, considered one of the finest flute players in the world, died Monday at his home in south Philadelphia. Kincaid was first flutist for the Philadelphia Orchestra until his retirement in 1960, ending a 39-year career with that group. He taught at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia for many years, and his pupils went on to occupy the first flute chairs in some 15 orchestras across the country. Kincaid was horn in Minnesota and grew up in Hawaii, wheie he used to dive as a boy for pennies in Honolulu Harbor. He said later that he underwater swimming taught him the breath control he needed as master of the flute. He was married to Miss Helen Gooding of Gaffney, an organist for the First Baptist Church. She was a cousin, by marriage, of Mrs. T. L. Brown. Mrs. Kincaid died in 1965. Mr. Kincaid is survived by a brother, Douglas Kincaid of Boone, N. C. ' Graveside services will be held here at 2 p. m. Friday at Oakland " ceihetery. conducted '' by Rev. Charles Sides. Burial will be in Frederick Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Georjre died Monday. Pallbearers: Leon Garvin, N'iles Clary, John Leazer, Frank V. Brown, Hamlet S. Lipscomb, and William B. Dotv. Survivors: husband. Fred H. Cleorjre; daughter, Mrs. Barbara Jean George; three bro WHMMHHMMT ..' S r A' -' i I '- T&s? AiT m- thers, Dous'las A. 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