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Messenger. Tuesday,March 13.1990 7A rles )enter Cecil V. Carpenter 61, died 1990, at Pocahontas Memorial , Marlinton after a tong illness. ~, retired state road employee. sisters, Leona Buterbaugh of Florida, Loretta Kramer of was at VanReenen Funeral with Reverend James officiating. Burial was in Oak Hillsboro. nl Lincoln Crawford Urn _ Abraham Lincoln 68 died February 28, 1990 in Hospital Greenbrier Valley, a long illness. member of Jehovah's Wit- Hall, Lewisburg, and a restaurateur. InClude a daughter, Gwendolyn SOuth Charleston; a brother, of Oak Hill. service was at Lewisburg King- With James Copeland officiat- were made by Keyser Home, Beckley. McDermott Ada Elizabeth McDermott, 60, 7, 1990, in Allegheny Re- Low Moor, Virginia, after ; a member of Valley Evange ca tist Church, White Sulphur Son, Robert Skinner of Neola; , Sabra Dyers of Akron, Ohio, of Neola; brothers, Phil and both of Neola; sisters, Hyattsville, Maryland, Lida four grandchildren. service was at Rosewood ~Wisburg, with Reverend officiating. Arrangements by Shanklin Funeral Home, gs. Frsemont Feury, Sr =r Springs -- James Free- 62, died March 6, 1990, Administration Medical Virginia, following a 2, 1928, at White Sulphur was the son of the late Cecil Dixon Feury nClude two sons, James F, Army, Fort Richardson, Feury, U S. Army, two daughters, Tonya Washington, Kathy Sulphur Springs; one le Feury of Charles Town, one granddaughter. at Shanklin Funeral Home Sulphur Springs with the Allen Davidson officiat- at Whatcoat Cemetery in r Springs. were made by Shanklin White Sulphur Springs. technician for W. W. Fox Development Center in Dwight, Illinois, and prior to that owned and operated a cafe in Cor- nell, Illinois for many years, was a mem- ber of the Woman's Auxiliary of Pontiac VFW Post 886, Livingston County Home Extension in Amity Township, past mem- ber of Cornell Fire Department She was preceded in death by one brother Survivors mciuOe her nusband, William E Myers; one daughter, Lisa Sue Myers of Cornell, Illinois; two sisters, Marie Wiechec of Alexander, West Virginia and Nettle Wiley of Pontiac, Illinois; several nieces and nephews. Services were at Duffy Funeral Home in Pontiac, Illinois, with Reverend James Wolfe officiating. Burial was in Cornell Cemetery, Cornell, Illinois. Jesse James Piercy Clintonville -- Jesse James Piercy, 88, died March 8, 1990, at White Sulphur Springs Nursing Home after a long ill- ness. He was a lifelong resident of Clintonville and a member of James Chapel United Methodist Church, Clintonvilte. He was a charter member of Clintonville Ruritan Club and a retired farmer, Surviving: wife, L. Prudence Piercy; daughters, Barbara Stump of Clintonville, Janet McNeel of Hillsboro; sons, James W. of Elkview, C. C. "Pete" of Clinton- ville; brother, A K. of Fairlea; 15 grand- children; two great-grandchildren. Service was at James Chapel United Methodist Church, with Reverend B B Mitchum, Reverend Leroy Crane and Reverend Garland Groves officiating Burial was in the church cemetery. Ar- rangements were made by Longanacre Funeral Home, Fort Spring. Remus M. Perry White Sulphur Springs -- Remus M. Perry, 82, died March 5, 1990, at the home of a daughter, in Lakeland, Florida, following a long illness Born December 23, 1907. at Alvon, he was the son of the late James and Annie Monohan Tyler Perry. Mr Perry attended the Little Creek Pres- byterian Church and was a retired farmer. He was preceded in death by his wife, Edna Wade Perry in 1959. Survivors include two daughters, Fay Gearhart of Lakeland and Beatrice Stephenson of Fairfax, Virginia; a sister, Della Childers of Roanoke, Virginia; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild Services were at Shanklin Funeral Home Chapel in White Sulphur Springs with Reverend Leroy Crane officiating. Burial was in Alvon Presbyterian Church Cemetery. Lilly Lee Smith Creamery -- Mrs Lilly Lee Smith, 72, died March 4, 1990, at her home follow- ing a long illness. Born April 24, 1917, at Monroe County, Mary Jane Smith Ronceverte -- Mrs Mary Jane Smith, 58, died March 8, 1990, at Roanoke Me- morial Hospital after a long illness. She was a 17-year resident of Roncev- erte and a member of Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church, Sinks Grove Surviving: husband, Mark H. Smith Jr; stepsons David of Manassas, Virginia, Mark E. of Doylestown, Pennsylvania; sister, Jenny Miller of Clairton, Pennsyl- vanta; brother, Larry Sterns of Clairton: five grandchildren Service was at Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home, Ronceverte, with Reverend Youel Altizer officiating. Burial was in Riverview Cemetery, Ronceverte. Maymie F. Snedegar Friars Hill -- Mrs Maymie F Snedegar, 84 died March 6, 1990 in a White Sulphur Springs care center following a long illness. Born April 21, 1905, at Friars Hill, she was the daughter of the late George N. and Minnie McMillion Lewis She was preceded in death by her first husband, Ev Snedegar, 1943; a son, Bu- rel Snedegar; a daughter, Phyllis Snede- gar; her second husband, Ernest Snede- gar, 1967, and four brothers, Sammie, Jess, Walter and Harry Lewis. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs Claude (Hilda) Ray and Mrs Grover (Jean) Dixon, both of Friars Hill; a son, Ev Snedegar of Richmond, Virginia; a sister, Pearl Faulknear of Ronceverte; 12 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchil- dren Services were at McCraw Funeral Home Chapel ~n Lewisburg with Reverend Le- roy Crane officiating. Burial was in McMillion Cemetery at Friars Hill. 16.8 cu. ft. 100% Frost clear 3-Full Width Slide Out Shelves Freezer Shelf Reversible Textured Doors. Prices Start At... *52400 See Our Large Selection NOW ON SALE! Frances A. Veros White Sulphur Springs -- Mrs Frances A Veros, 72, died March 2, 1990, in AI- leghany Regional Hospital, Low Moor, Virginia, after a long illness. She was a retired beautician, a member of St. Charles Catholic Church, White Sulphur Springs. Survivors include three sisters, Helen Gray and Thelma Vass, both of White Sulphur Springs, Hatlie Owens of Rupert; a brother, John Ayers of Erwin, Tennes- see. Services were at Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home in Lew3isburg with Rever- end Kendall Hatton officiating. Burial was in Rosewood Cemetery, Lewisburg EURO MASTER Black Glass door Solid Elements Oven Window Time Baking Self-Clean Oven Lift Up Cooktop For Cleaning Time Baking Black Glass Door Chrome Drip bowls Full Width Storage Drawer SAVE! Lorraine Sively Withrow "" Organ Cave -- Mrs Lorraine Sively Withrow, 66, died March 6, 1990, at Hu- mana Hospital Greenbrier Valley in Fairlea following a long illness. Born April 5, 1923, at Sweet Chalybeate, Virginia, she was the daughter of the late Seth and Edna Carter Sively. Mrs Withrow was a member of the Sa- lem Presbyterian Church at Organ Cave and a member of the Circle No 3 of the church. She was preceded in death by her hus- band Lance Withrow in 1986. Survivors include one brother, George W Sively of Organ Cave. Services were at Salem Presbyterian with Reverend Doyle Kester and Gary Storm officiating. Burial was in Salem Presbyterian Church Cemetery at Organ Cave. Arrangements were made by Shanklin CEC457 CEC3M5 Gibson Washer... 3 Wash/Rinse Combinations 3 Wash Cycles 3 Position Water Level Heavy Duty O0 Starting At- 00 M. Helton she was the daughter of the late John Funeral Home in White Sulphur Springs. r... and Mary Kirby Bowyer. I'~ ...... = Lorraine M. Helton, 82, Mrs Smith was a homemaker and a ! i JNN~_ I Heavy Duty POcahontas County diedmember of the Bethel United Methodist I ~, It~'"'~], ~ I 3 Temperature'Selections )0 in Pocahontas Me'morial Church at Creamery. I I1~ ~ ~,r -- ! Vac-U-Dry System larlinton following a long ill- ' Survivors include her husband, John L. I Ill _~ i Removable Lint Screen /1, 1908 at Mt. Nebo, she Smith; three sons, Leroy W. Smith of I i1~ C ~'~ I 2 ughter oi the late Martha Creamery James R Smith of Benton I .4A-..lk~. ~"~.~ tl $ I | go harbor, M;chigan, an'd Blaine Smith of I ~ ~'~'~ i Starting At- j Wayside; two daughters, Elizabeth Lon- I ~ ~'-~' I ,er.Marine veteran and a retired ganacrecomer offWeikle,Frt Springa brother,andBudDreamaBowyerL II J~"~!.~J"~"~~'.2~~ "> ~ I~ o~ BUY THE PAIR F: :1 $ IClude on sister, Mrs Nadine of Fayetteville; four sisters, Orpha I ~'f~,"~. L x- I " -'---- ass; one niece and two neph- Huffman of Greenville, Loretta Bryant of I~F -- ,~~..~ I -- ere at Wallace and Wallace Fayetteville, Alice Mae Settle of Fay- I ~ I ~ [~ ~. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~r I | Gibson ~e Chapel in Lewisburg with etteville, and Fay Newberry of Alderson; I# I~ ~-~ ~[.~ LJ LJ LJ,~ | Gibson Dishwasher k 19 grandchildren, and seven grandchil- I "-C..t,~t'~lwl.2' '1~'~ ~"....~ ! laVid Bush officiating. Bur a dren. I /'" I i :8 Cycles ~ Gas Range lace Memorial Cemetery at Arrangements were made by Lobban I " /'1-'~ "" " [ "[~ ~1 3 Level Wash Funeral Home in Alderson. I I i i~ i! System ~J Clock/Timer Hoke d,ed i', ~ I! i . Soft Food Ill uft o. EdWard B Hke 78'' ' BIG SALI~ ..... Iii. D'sos' itl . coo to0 t990 in Humana Hospita ~' lJ' ~ [i}Detergent III Black Glass , Valley, Fairlea, after a long " ~ IllDispenser III Door " ' . ill winnow Door ~-~ [.' 10 Year Limited - ~ Oven Light :1 timberman. ~ tilDsen ~rl, ____.__1~ . . ~ """-~'~'~'~'~----'~| | ~' J I: ==::::=~'I warranty~ ! CGC'~4M4 go Etta Spence Hoke sons, ,,p~.. !, shall, bo~ of 'White [11, ,eO "IP ....... GL s,=tlo, w.o.. v,, .u, .... ~ 1"1 .~rlk ~~,~ Ill, ~.., o, .=u,u, ~,,,vM. c... ......................................... ,pzo,,vv $ OO SAVE, Edward Jr of Lewis- 11x ,O1[~ rr~ ....... 4 door, V6, automatic, air condlbe~, ,~M/]R~, (~t111 ~'~Rk go Jerry, both of Glace; ~,J-)o.7 l~l[ulu~ ]'i]t Steering, Cruise Control, white ....................... ~.J[1,/--,W [~}~ '~([]1 r~l~,r~,,~l.~,~', 4 door, 4 cvl., automltk, tit condhionbzlh AM/FM, (J~id[~ 1~r1~ SU24D5KT Feury Bernice Feury, ~z..)o:7 J. 1~lll[,,~g3 one gold, one silver .................................... %l~lVyJ.IL~ and Emily Hoke, all ot Springs, Arlene Bunch of (1) '89 Tempo ,,.,,t., .... ,ore.,,. ,M,~M, LOW rail .............................................. $10,100 Alderson of Alderson, (2) '89 Mustangs ,,oo,..,,..,,,,,o., w,,., o..... ............................... .... * SEE US FOR COMPLETE WARRANTY TERMS. "~| ,..,~,~,=~,,n~ LX Hatchba~'k. 4 eyl.. automat, MC. hJ~/]R~4 C,t.t~Re, ~lllRI ~dR~r~ great-grandchildren. (1)'89 ].v=U~i.=H~ L,-. rail. ....................................... '.l~.~,z'.. InklJn Funeral Home, 1~...~.....~ LX, 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic, A/C, AMdFM, ~0 1[I~ Springs with Reverend (1)'89 ......................................................... Jr officiating. Burial was (1)'88 Mercury ............................ $11,900 Glace. (3)'89 Lincoln cAR. ................... $18,900 Huffman (1) '89 Lincoln TO~.'N CAR. V,, lucre.tic, low ntil~ ................... $19,900 -- M r s Ed n a G r a c e m 4 door. all wheel drive, automatic tr~mis~on, PS, PIn, Of Clintonville, died MaritahI (1) '88 lempo., .....,,,,o,i.,........................................ $9,900 Low Moor. Virginia nosp (1) '87 Buick o,, .... ....................... $7 25, 1922, at Cornstalk, of the late Frank Crookshanks. Was a member of the Sink- Church near Clinton- (1) '86 Escort ...................... $4 1988 Bronco II ........... $12,900 19,000 mil~t. Chevrolet o o. ,.,.e.,,.e., .,--.,. ,,, .h,,-,,,. n., 987 Bronco I[ 4:,; C ........... $11,900 1987 Bronco II "' .. $11,200 blue and white ..................................... 4x4 I0~ whelba.~e V6 $ speed 1987 Ranger Pickup . ...... ,.,. ," .,,,b.,. v, ' $9,890 1986 r,,.u --..,v .,.. o..o ......................................... ., 990 1984 El50 Conversion van. ......... 1984 Bronco ,,...,o.,.,,. air condR ................................ $6,990 in death by her hus- 1988 F250 P!ckup "' mm Huffman, 1987. ra r.l~. one ew.. ............................. .px~,:~u"u~ ,de a daughter, Sand 1988 F150 P ckup mm automatic ...................................... ~l ~-~91~v City, Virginia; a son, Woodbridge, Virginia; a of Stout. Ohio; a of Clinton- grandchildren. Sinking Creek Baptist with Reverend ; officiating. Burial was in tery in Clintonville. MYers Union, WV "West Virginia's Big Little Ford Dealer" 772-3O82 .,,,..,. 4 .S'h,,rt Drive h Worth Long Savings' 772-3764 See ltw Sales, nan Of Your Choice! The Only New Car Deeler I.ocllt'd In Monr~le County[ Kenneth Kirby .......... 772-30~2 or i-II00-,M4-~r/~ ,',~.alo Ind Part~ Depmrtment open from ~1 to 12 on ~mt. James Furrow ................ 132-~14 or 772.30~2 "-- Marne Sue Myers, 6, 1990, following an 13, 1940, in White s, she was the daughter Livesay and Boatright. a graduate from grade at White Sulphur raduate of Juliet Jr is a mental health O READY MIX COLORS Benjamin