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"'ft1 Pag 10A The Star-Democrat Wednesday, May 6, 1992 Obituaries George C. Scott CHESTERTOYVN George Clifton Scott of Chestertown died on Monday, May 4, 1992 at Meridian Nursing Center Corsica Hills, Centreville. He was 85. Born on July 25, 1907 in Chestertown, he was the son of the late Gussie and George Scott. He attended the Kent County public schools and was a member of Joshua Chapel United Methodist Church, Morgnec. He was a former employee of "the-late Judge Stephen Ft. Collins of Chestertown. Mr. Scott is survived by a brother, Frederick G leaves of Still Pond. Services will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, May 7 at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, Still Pond. Friends may call on Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. at the Kenneth Walley Funeral Home, 207 Calvert St., Chestertown and on Thursday one hour prior to the service at the church. Burial will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Still Pond. Helen A. Harris EASTON Helen Arlene Harris of Easton died on April 30, 1992 at Memorial Hospital, Easton, of Helen A. Harris natural causes. She ,, W&S 72 Born Nov. 26, 1920 in Talbot County, she was the daughter of the late William Wilmer and the late Maude Johnson Wilmer. She attended Talbot County public schools in Longwoods. She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary, Blake Blackston Post 77. -. She is survived by two sisters, Beedie Beverly of Canaan, Conn., and Catheine Sisco of Easton; and a brother, Nathaniel Wilmer of Easton. Services will be held on Saturday, May 9 at St. Matthews United Methodist Church, Long-woods, at 1 p.m. Friends may call at Bennie Smith Funeral Home, Easton, from 7 - 9 p.m. Burial will be in Richardson Memorial Park. Arrangements by Bennie Smith Funeral Services, Easton. Sarah C. Wilkerson MILLINGTON, Md. 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In addition to her husband, Qharles Henry Wilkerson, Mrs. Wilkerson is survived by three sons, William Thompson xand Charles Henry Wilkerson Jr:, both of Millington, and Robert L. Mas-sey of Gloucester, Mass.; a sister, Viola Massey of Pondtown,-Md.; eight grandchildren; and 11 greatgrandchildren. Services will be held at 1 p.m., Friday, May 8 at the United Methodist Church, Pondtown. , Burial will be at the adjoining cemetery. Friends may call on Friday two hours before the service at Fellows Funeral Home, Millington. Florence J. Peed VIENNA Florence J.. Reed of Vienna died at Peninsula General Medical Center on Tuesday, May 5, 1992 of renal failure. She was 82. Born Sept. 22, 1909 in Vienna, she was the daughter of the late William J. Jones Sr. and Lillie Rebecca Todd Jones. Her husband of 45 years, Lester A. Peed, died' Jan. 14, 1992. . A graduate of Vienna High School, she later worked as a nurse's aide for many years at the Eastern Shore Hospital Center.Cambridge, from which she retired. She was a member of Vienna United Methodist Church and the.. Vienna Volunteer Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary. " Mrs. Peed is survived by two sons, Eugene L. Peed of Reliance and William H. Dennis of Vienna; five grandchildren; eight greatgrandchildren; two brothers, Wil-liam Jones of Cambridge and Woodrow Jones of Vienna; and a sister, Josephine Jones of Cambridge. 'Services will be held on Thursday, May 7 at 2 p.m. at Framptom-Hawkins-Eskow Funeral Home, Federalsburg. Friends may call at the funeral home on Thursday from 1-2 p.m. Burial will be in Spring Hill Memory Gardens near Salisbury. Memorial contributions may be made to the Vienna Volunteer Fire Co. Ambulance Fund, P.O. Pox 5, Vienna, Md. 21869. Auto Residential Commercial Auto Glass Patio Doors Mirrors Storefronts Shower Doors Tabletops Glass Tinting "Ins. Co. Recommended" We Do The Paperwork! Custom Glass & Tint, Inc. IS O ' MHIC 41302 - 29532-6 Canvas Back Dr. . Easton (Next to Walmart) - 822-6755 ana union plans. SINGLE DENTURES (upper or lower) from 225 Dentures repaired same day. Dr. George Graham Or. Harry Brandau Dr. Glen Bowers 226 W. Main St. (Downtown Plaza) Salisbury, Md. Open Mort. Through Fit at 8 a.m.; 301-749-7873 For Women thru May 10, 1 992 siSC3, Barbara J. McGraw CARNEY'S POINT. NJ. Barbara Jean McGraw of 337A Twin Bridges Apts., Carney's Point, N.J., formerly of Elkton, Md., died on Sunday, May 3, 1992 at her home. She was 54. Born in Delmar, Del., she was the daughter of the late William and Hilda Dennis. Mrs. McGraw was a homemaker. Mrs. McGraw is survived by her husband, Roger McGraw, two daughters, Donna Emery of Palmetto, Fla. and Debbie Braden of Lancaster, Ohio; a son, Charles Dennis of Bradenton, Fla.; a stepson, Brian K. McGraw of Springfield, Ohio; two brothers, Phillip Dennis of West Ocean City and Donald Dennis of Elkton; two sisters, Shirley Music of Dechard, Tenn., and Bonnie Cordley of Del-"aware; and five grandsons. Services will be held on Thursday, May 7 at 1 p.m. at the Fel-lows Funeral Home, Millington, Md., where friends may call on Wednesday from 7 - 9 p.m. Burial will be in Crumpton Cemetery, Crumpton. Etta A Johnson EASTON Etta Adams Johnson, formerly of S. Aurora Street, Easton, died on Tuesday, May 5, 1992 at the Caroline Nursing Home, Denton. She was 82. Born in Trappe, April 20, 1910, she was the daughter of the late Rev.. Harvey P. Adams and the late Carrie Fitzugh Adams. After graduating from Trappe High School and the Maryland State Normal School in Salisbury, her teaching position was in Fair-mount School in Carroll County and later taught at the elementary in Taneytown High School. In October 1933, she married James Alfred Johnson and returned to the Eastern Shore where she taught for one year at Milton Elementary School before moving to Easton where she taught at the Hanson Street School. She then completed her teaching career at Mt. Pleasant School where she retired in 1970 after 22 years teaching in Maryland. She was a member of the Talbot County Teachers Association, Maryland State Teacher's Association and the Talbot County Retired Teacher's Assoc. Last Year CHESAPEAKE COLLEGE Awarded over 1 MILLION DOLLARS in Finandal Aid to pur Students through 1F Discover why CHESAPEAKE COLLEGE is the College.of Choice ' , for the residents of the Mid-Shore For more information call: The Financial Aid Office at Chesapeake College 822-5400,758-1537,228-4360 An EO.E - A.A. Institution pr WW A Mi gjBBOOQQOB rv w x .-. . I i- .-;.. j . i c.-t. Ill I l" ' tin ii A r I 50 Porlraiteite $9.C5 Save Special. 50 Portrait Special includes one 8x10, two eight wallets from one pose of your choice finished portrait envelope, plus 36 I three Bonus Portrait Pendants -aH for S2 sitting iw per peraon iwl indudsd In sishwUbhsI ullli. I and Portrait Pmdants Pos our selection. M not b used Ispecial otter Present this coupon at tim ot sitting. Unit on tpacial per subject. Not available m permanent studios. AUow 3 eeks tar delivery. Cash vak 1204 I PORTRAIT StCS ! IPPpnnPW Fri.58- 10 to 9 I I JrtJiHiey .Sat5- 9:30to4 15b4 I Mr. Johnson died in March 1977. Mrs. Johnson is survived by a a daughter, Dorothy J. Ortt of Seaford, Del; two sisters, Mable C. Thompson of Easton and Margaret A. Taylor of Salisbury; a brother, Orenzo R. Adams of Preston and two grandsons. T Funeral services will be held on Friday, May 8, 1992 at the Newnam Funeral Home, Easton, at 2 p.m. where friends may call one hour prior to the service. Burial will be in Woodlawn Memorial Park, Easton. Bishop Ivory James SEAFORD, Del. Ivory James, former pastor of the Church of God of Prophecy in Federalsburg, died Friday, May 1, 1992 at Eknira Nursing Home, Philadelphia, Pa. He was 94. Bora Nov. 10, 1897 at Sparr, Fla., he was the son of the late William and Anna James. Bishop James began serving in the Church of God at Lake Helen, Fla. in 1925. In 1952 he became pastor of the Church of God in Prophecy in Federalsburg, retiring in 1988. He had served as a pastor for a total of 63 years. In addition to his wife, Pecolia Scotton James, Bishop James is survived by three foster sons, Kim Wells and John Parker Sr., both of Seaford, and Tyrone Drummond of Austin, Texas; four foster daughters, Bennie James and Paulette Smith, both of Seaford, Marguerite Drummond of Portsmouth, Va., and Darlene Everett of Austin, Texas; three stepsons, Harold Headen and William Headen, both of Philadelphia, Pa., and Robert Headen of North Carolina; one stepdaughter, Dorothy Collins of Philadelphia; and several grandchildren and step-grandchildren. His. first wife, Mynah Mctaw James, died in 1939. He then married Lucy Jenkins, who died July 6, 1986 Services will be held at 8 p.m., Friday, May 8, and at 1p.m. on Saturday. May 9 at Clarence Street Church of God, Seaford, Del. Burial will be at Macedonia Cemetery, Seaford. Friends may call at the church on Friday from 7 p.m. until 8 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to l p.m. Arrangements are by Framptom-Hawkins-Eskow Funeral Home, Federalsburg. GRANTS LOANS WORK-STUDY PROGRAMS SCHOLARSHIPS B00000SB r, 5x7s and in the . 3i Mini-Prints and just $9.95. ltPrln ' nWimoaw Mon. 54- 10 to 5 Tues. 55 9:30 to 5 Wed. 56- 9:30 to 5 Thurs. 57 - 9:30 to 5 John Hopkins CRUMPTON John Henry Hopkins of Crumpton died on Monday, May 4, 1992, at Kent & Queen Anne's Hospital, Chestertown. Born in Havre de Grace, he worked as a glass polisher for Carr-Lowery Glass Co. in West Port-Baltimore. s He was a member of the Disabled Veterans. He had lived in the Crumpton area for 30 years. . Mr. Hopkins is survived by twff brothers, Edward P. Hopkjns of Essex and Joseph Hopkins of Easton; a sister, Blanche Drexel of Marydel. Graveside services will be held on Wednesday, May 6 at 2 p.m. at Angel Hill Cemetery in Havre de Grace. Burial will be at Angel Hill Cemetery, Havre de Grace. Elizabeth L Hanifee CLAYTON, Del. Elizabeth L. Hanifee of Clayton, Del., died Tuesday, May 5, 1992 at Kent General Hospital, Dover. She was 64. Born in Centreville, she was the daughter of the late Louis and Anna Starkey. Her husband, John C. Hanifee died in 1981. She had worked as a nurses' aide for the Delaware Home and Hospital in Smyrna, Del., for 27 years, retiring in 1987. Mrs. Hanifee is survived by two daughters, Bonnie Steele of Smyrna, Del., and Helen Clough of Marydel, Del.; one sister, Lula Knight of Smyrna; and four grandchildren. CHESAPEAKE'HOUSE DON'T HISS YOUR LAST CHANCE! OYSTER BUFFET - Friday Night Last Oyster Buffet for the Season ' ;" Served 9 Different Ways. LIVE EMTERTAIMmEMT SATURDAYNIGHT "INSTANT REPLAY" 886-2121 10 Down Payment required. Subject to emit tf pinrulOdi, lW.jwaxoMwIbeciHiled for all finance and insurance chargea which accrue on yat pwehaae (ha date of panhaK thraad) October 1, 1981 Finance charges will accrue at a rate which will vary. Tlx AW in effect on October 31, 1W1 wat 19 8 Aaiinana J.50 Finance Charge wiU be aaeseed. 18 APR will not vary in Colorado, Iowa, Maine, North Carolina and Wbconkt. Marvel's Lawn & Garden St Michael's Outboard Easton, MD (410) 82-0734 rwr Services will be held at noon. Friday, May 8 at Fellows Funeral Home, wiifingtnn. Burial will be at Galena Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Thursday from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. r J. Nelson P. Dolby HURLOCK J. Nelson Proc-' tor Dolby of Wright's Avenue, Hurlock, died on Tuesday, May 5, 1992 at his home. He was 83. Born Oct. 4, 1908 at East NeW Market, he was the son of the late-. Hiriam "Jay" and Lillian Ross Dolby. ';' A retired grain and truck crw farmer, he was a member of the' Dorchester County Farm Bureau-; and the Hurlock Recreation'1 Center. In addition to his wife1 Jeanette C. Reed Dolby, to whom'; he was married for 59 years, he i$; survived by a son, James V. "Bfl-ly" Dolby of Hurlock, three grand children; three grandchildren and', five great-grandchildren; and a sister, Elizabeth Hubbard of-! Hurlock. , Services will be held on Friday, May 8 at 2 p.m. at' Framptom-Hawkins-Eskow Fu-" neral Home, Federalsburg Friends may call at the funeral'-home on Friday from 1-2 p.m;c Burial will be in Unlty Washington Cemetery, Hurlock. - Memorial contributions may be made to the Unity Washingtotv' United Methodist Church, P.0: 1 Box 298, Hurlock, Md. 21643. More obituaries, p.'l 1 A. I ISLAND Purchase i Snapper mower from January I-May 31, 1992 and make no payments until October. Pay it off completely by October 1992 and pay no interest Ask about our Ibtal Protection Guarantee You provide usual maintenance, we cover full repairs free for two years. No questions asked. Applies to most Snapper products. Others covered by One-or-Two-Year Limited Warranty. 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