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:i 11 8A The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, March 20, 1990 Virginia Anderson Lexington, Kentucky -- Virginia Ander- son, 72; formerly of Alderson, died march 13, 1990, in Lexington, Kentucky, She was the daughter of the late Al- bert and Elizabeth Marshall. She was preceded in death by two sons, George and Robert Anderson; one brother, Edward Allen; one sister, Ann Beverly. Survivors include one son, John An- derson of Lexingon, Kentucky: three brothers, William and Samuel Allen, both of Lexingto[,, Kentucky and John Marshall of White Sulphur Springs; three sisters, Betty Brandford of Hayes, Vir- ginia, Eva Mickels of Alderson and Hattie Jackson of Ronceverte Funeral arrangements were incom- plete as of this date. Walter William Arbaugh Cornstalk --- Walter William Arbaugh, 79 died March 13, 1990, at the home of his sister, Jessie Hedricks of Cornstalk. of an apparent heart attack He was a retired carpenter and a member of the Cold Spnngs Methodist Church Cornstalk, Also surviving: daughter. Peggy Cut- tip o! Clintonville; brother, Lawrence of Cornstalk: two grandchildre~q Graveside serwce was m Sunrise Cemetery, Clintonville with Reverend Jack K. Wallace officiating. Jack K Wal- lace Funeral Home. Lewisburg, was =n charge of arrangements. Normie Kay Bostic White Sulphur Springs ..... Mrs Normle Kay Bostic 76, died March 9 1990 at a Fairlea nursing home following a long ill- ness Born February 18 1914. at Glace she was the daughter o1 the late Albert and Emma Webb Spence, Mrs Bosttc attended the Gtace Pres- byterian Church, She was preceded in death by her husband, Alpha Guy Bostic in 1982. Survivors include a son Alvin Bostic of White Sutphur Springs; two daughters, Nevada Foley of Pennsville, New Jersey, and Bonnie Scott of Lewisburg; a brother, Charlie Spence of White Sul phur Springs; four sisters, Jane Ramsey and Etta Hoke both of White Sulphur Springs, Mattle Boggs of Rainelle and Anna Lee Feury of Salem, Virginia: nine grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchil- dren. Services were at Shanktin Funeral Home Chapel in White Sulphur Springs with Reverend James Black officiating. Burial was at the Rosewood Cemetery in Lewisburg. Arrangements were made by Shan- klin Funeral Home in White Sulphur Springs. Bern September 10, 1909, at Rich- lands he was the son of the late Wood and Cecil Brant Burgess. Mr Burgess was a member of the Calvary United Methodist Church, a Wodd War 11 Army veteran, a member of the American Legion and a retired farmer. Survivors include a sister, Lucille Slayton of Lewisburg; a niece, Virginia Slayton of Lewisburg, and a nephew, John Slayton of Morgan Hill, California. Services were at the Calvary United Methodist Church at Richlands with Rev- erend Roy Gwinn officiating. Burial was in Cavalry Cemetery at Richtands. Arrangements were made by Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home in Lewis- burg. Vennie F. Boyd Cannelton -- Mrs Vennie F Boyd, 77, died March t0, 1990, at a Montgomery hospital following a short illness. Born March 3, 1913. at Putnam County, she was the daughter of the late Albert and Roxie Elkins Priddy. Mrs Boyd was a homemaker and was a Protestant. Survivors ~nclude five daughters, Nancy Duncan, with whom she made her home. Patsy Huddleston. Shirley Dunlap and Juanita Co[trell, all of Cannelton and Delores Howard of Vineland New jersey; two sons. Harold Boyd, Jr of Smlthers and Darryl Boyd of Lewisburg; two sis- ters, Reba Baldwin and Freda Knbght, both of Witchers Creek: two brothers Arthur Leo Priddy of Witchers Creek and Albert C Priddy of Elkhart. Indiana: 19 grandchildren, ~nd 20 great-grandchil- dren. Services were at B C. Hooper Fu- neral Home Chapel in Montgomery with Reverend Tim Colvin officiating, Burial was at Montgomery Memorial Park in London. Orville Hayes Brown Alderson Orville Hayes Brown, 61. died March 10, 1990, at a Beckley hospi- tal following injuries sustained from a fall Born July 11= 1929, at Grassy Mead- ows, he was a former employee of the West Virginia Department of Highways, a self-employed tree contractor, and was a member of the Alderson Baptist Church. Survivors =nclude his wife Annie Lu- cille Martin Brown; eight sons, Alvin Jun- =or, Roger D., Johnny M., Roy Lee, Jimmy R. Silas R. Frank H., and James R. Brown. all of Alderson; three daugh- ters, Virgie L Eggleston of Clayton, Bar- bara Brown of Pickaway, and Mary E. Hurley of Ronceverte a brother Roy Brown of Blue Sulohur Spnngs; a half- brother, Frank Jones of Alderson: two half-sisters. Jo Ann Bryant of Blue Sulphur Springs and Freda Mae Jones of Hillsdale; t4 grandchildren, and two was in Martin Cemetery at Blue Sulphur Springs. Arrangements were made by Lobban Funeral Home, Alderson. Opal E. Burr Marlinton -- Mrs Opal Elizabeth Burr, 74, died March 12, at a Madinton hospi- tal, following a long illness. Born October 7, 1915, at Huntersville, she was the daughter of the late James William and Wastie Mae Schoolcralt Crigger Mrs Burr was a homemaker and a member of the Cummings Creek Victory Chapel. She was preceded in death by her husband, Summers James Burr. Survivors include two daughters, Bar- bara Woods of Marlinton and Linda Daniel of Huntington; a brother, Frank Crigger of Monroe,Louisiana; a sister, Eva Grimes of Madinton; three grandchil- dren, and three great-grandchildren. Services were at Cummings Creek Victory Chapel near Huntersville with Reverend Norman Lee Alderman officiat- ing. Bunal was in Burr Cemetery at Burr Valley. Arrangements were made by VanReenen Funeral Home, Martinton. Doris W. Caldweil Lewlsburg -- Mrs Doris W. Caldwell, 89, died March 14, 1990, in Lewisburg after a tong illness. She studied at the Chicago Art Insti- tute and in Breslau, Germany. She was a fashion illustrator for a San Francisco newspaper. She painted numerous did- ramas and her life-size nativity scene is on permanent display at the Old Stone Presbyterian Church, Lewisburg, of which she was a member. Surviving: daughter, Emily W Park of Charleston; niece, Florence H. Brewer of Walnut Creek, California. Graveside service was at Rosewood Cemetery, Lewisburg, with Reverend Dexter Taylor officiating. Arrangements were made by Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home. Lewisburg. Wilma J. Carr Marllnton -- Miss WUma J. Carr, 61, died March 10, at a Charlottesville. Vir- ginia hospital following a long illness. Born January 25, 1929, at Madinton she was the daughter of the late Cecil "and Blanche Wagh Carr Miss Carr was a retired school teacher and a member of the Retired School Teachers Association Survivors include four sisters, Sarah Cart of Marlinton, Drema Dilley of War- ren , Ohio, Naomi Chapman of Procter- ville, Ohio and Cleo Carr of Amarilo. Texas. Services were at VanReenen Funeral Home in Madinton with Reverend Nor- man Alderman officiating. Burial was in Clawson Cemetery. Freda Elizabeth Collins Clintonville -- Mrs Freda Elizabeth Flanagan Collins 72, died March 8, 1990, in a Charlottesville, Virginia hospi- tal, following a short illness. Born April 4. 1917, at Richwood. she Ray L, Burgess great-grandchioldren, was the daughter of the late Kline and -- Bur ess ~ ,~ were at Alderson Independ- le " e H rd 80, died March 9, t990, at a~~~r'-;nurcn In ~loerson wwm r~uv- Mrs uolhns was a member of the hospital following a long illness, erend Harry Jackson officiating. 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