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t Burger Maryland -- Mrs Willie 81, died Sunday, April 15, Saint Joseph's Hospital in Balti- born July 8, 1908 at Wil- daughter of the late Porter Williams Decker ~' preceded in death by her hus- C. Burger, three sisters, Collins of Williamsburg, Decker and Edna Natoma of Frankford; two brothers, Decker of Frankford and Ha- of Williamsburg. include a daughter, Phyllis A ;a son, Francis W Burger and a Michael W. Burger, all of Balti- Louella W Hughes of Le- ~; &'other, Porter S Decker, Jr of ~r, Virginia were at Evans Chapel of Parkville, Maryland. Burial Memorial Park, Balti- Dummitt Mrs Ada Ellen Dummitt, April 26, 1990, in Greenbrier a long illness. Old Stone Church and was Eastern Star granddaughter whom she Menm of Mechanicsville, Baxter Hanna of Spnng Glenna Burns of Spring Celia Lewis and Gladys both of Lewisburg was at Huse Memorial with Reverend D A. Arrangements were Funeral Home, Lewis- Beard Miller Palmer Beard Miller, 83, died 1990, in an Oak Hill hospital, a short illness 5, 1906, at Ronceverte, ~e son of the late Lundy and Miller. a retired employee of the of Oak Hill, a 66-year 'of the Oak Hill United Methodist member of the men's Bible the Oak Hilt Masonic Lodge Preceded in death by a daugh- Simms trJClude his stepmother, Agnes of Oak Hill; his wife. Lu- Miller: a daughter, Barbara ayetteville: two brothers, Olin and Glendon Miller ststers, Ldliam Skaggs, Mackay, all of BaF aryland and Ruby Jordan of ~igan; a stepbrother, Howard Diego, California; four and two great-grandchil- at Tyree Funeral Home with Reverend William ;fating Entombment was in Park Mausoleum at graveside rites were Oak Hill Masonic Lodge and AM Mrs Rosie W Monroe, 97, 1990, in Greenbrier Manor Ome after a long illness. ere at John Wesley United with Reverends David Carl Renick officiating. Burial Cemetery lk Ray J. Frank Ray, 90, died ,~pril at a Fairlea hospital following a 12,,, 1899 in Wyoming County, Son of the late James D and a member of the Jrch of Christ and a member ~hontas Lodge No 121 AF Funeral Home Your personal comfort is our main concern 445-2911 ST ,, ALDERSON, WV John L. and AM He was preceded in death by two daugh- ters, Virginia Mornson and Jean Kibble Survivors include a son, James F Ray of Chicago, Illinois; a daughter, Mary Whit- lock of Rainelle: eight grandchildren: four great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews Services were at Jack K Wallace Fu- neral Home in Lewisburg with Reverend Leroy Crane officiating Burial was m Morningside Cemetery' at Renick Graveside rites were conducted by the Masonic Lodge Arrangements were made by Jack K Wallace Funeral Home Lewisburg Gladys Virginia White White Sulphur Springs --- Mrs Gladys Virginia White, 65, died April 23, 1990 at her home, following a short illness Born December 12, 1924, at Maxwelton, she was the daughter of the ~ate Jack and Maude Banton Coffey Survivors include her husband, James (Bud) White: two sons, Steve and Bob White, both of White Sulphur Spnngs: a daughter, Sandra Hayes of White Sulphur Springs; a brother, Andrew Cof- fey of White "Sulphur Springs; a s~ster, Grey Lowe of Covington, Virginia; four grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. Services were at the Chapel of Shanklin Funeral Home in White Sulphur Springs Burial was in Mapledale Cemetery at White Sulphur Springs Ronceverte Elementary had Cooks' Appreclahon Week. The s;u- dents in K-2wrote special cards, 3-4 wrote letters and cards, 5-6 made banners to show their appreciation for the hard work, concern for chil- dren and teachers, and for bein9 "the best cooks in the county school system." Ronceverte cooks are Ber- nice Morgan, Libby Taylor, Mary Frances Dotan and Doris Smith. John Lee Burns John Leef Burns announces his candidacy for the Greenbrier County Board of Education to represent the Western District. Mr Burns and his wife Freda live a Crawley, with their son Michael, who is a first grader at Smoot Ele- mentary School. His daughter Tammy is a sophomore at Bluefield St'at e College. Mr Burns is the son of the late Lo G. "Sam" Burns, Jr. Hi~; mother Mildred Leef Burns lives at Crawley. He is the grandson of the late L. G. Burns who worked as a state mu- nicipal auditor. Mr Burns and his wife are mem- bers of the Smoot Parent Teachers Organization, He is also a member of the Smoot Advisory committee. He is employed as an operator for Grist Lumber Company at Smoot. Mr Burns graduated from Rupert High School in 1962. '1 entered the board race to as- sure that all Greenbrier County stu- dents get quality education and 1o see that the taxpayers' monies are spent wisely on projects that will benefit every child in the county. "Having been born and raised in Western Greenbrier County, I feel 1 know the desires of the constituents pertaining to education," Mr Burns said. Mrs Manspile Candidate Sandy Walker Manspile is a can- didate for the Eleventh Senatorial Executive Committee for Greenbrier, Fayette, Clay and Nicholas counties. Born and raised in Rainelle, she graduated from Rainelle High School. She is married to Jerry A. "Duz" Manspile. She has five chiJ- dren and one grandson. She has been z. registered Democrat all her ~ife and has been involved in the party since early childhood. Mrs Manspile is a member of the Rainelle P.T.A., Democratic Women's Club, committee member of the Western Greenbrier Citizens for Justice, the Order of the Eastern Star, Rebekah Lodge #217, past president of the Ladies Auxiliary, John Page Post 4484 where she has been a member for 29 years, secretary and treasurer df the Meadow River Swim Club, Inc. an Sandy Walker Manspile Avon representative for 14 years, and publicity chairman for the "Lite Up Our Town Christmas Fund." Mrs Manspile said "Government has always held a place in my heart and she finds it a privilege to vote and to be a free American. If elected I wilt not be a rubber stamp for any group or individual, but represent all the people." " iiiiiii JbY ' Family :. Motel :: ON US ROUTE 60 WEST- LEWISBURG, W.VA. ::: " 645-2363 :: NEW MANAGEMENT NEWLY REMODELED ROOMS AND LOBBY NEW GIFT SHOP ilii Best Rates In The Area Weekly Rates Available Large Rooms TV In Rooms Phones The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, May 3 1990 7A Marcella Smith Marcella M. Smith of Flat Moun- tain (A/derson), has announced her candidacy for election to the Monroe County Board of Education. She is the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Cteo Smith of Flat Moun- tain. Her father was a miner for 44 years and her mother was a futltime housewife. They had ten children, seven of whom graduated from Un- ion High School, and one from Aiderson High. She is the widow of the late Ralph J. Smith, who worked for the Monroe County Board of Education for 28 years. Mr Smith served in World War II from 1941-1946. They have one son, R. J. Smith, Jr., who is married 1o Kay Reed Smith and three daughters, Jennifer, Molisha, and Kristen. Mrs Smith worked for the Monroe County Board of Education for 34 years, seven years at midway School and 27 years at Union High School. Mrs Smith said "1 am very con- cerned about the consolidation of schools and finances in our county. I feel our money can be well spent for education purposes without consoli- dation of schools. 'I feel the schools can be kept responded to the needs of friends and relatives over a long period of time instead of the needs of the school system. I feet the board should represent the children and the peopte of Monroe County in- stead of personal and selfish inter- ests," Mrs Smith added. "If elected to the Monroe County Board of Education, I pledge to rep- resent the people to the best of my ability. Your support at the polls on Pritchard Collins Candidate Pritchard Farley Collins of Rupert is actively running for Western Mag- isterial District Democratic Commit- teeman, Mr Collins was raised at Sam Black Church. He was educated at Rupert High School (class of 1962), West Virginia State College and Morehead State University where he was president of the Political Sci- ence Club one year. He taught at Crichton Elementary from 1968 to 1970. After working out of state sev- eral years, Mr Collins returned to Greenbrier County in 1989. '1 am vitally interested in the eco- nomic growth of Greenbrier County, particularly Western Greenbrier County. Education has always been a top priority with me. In today's world, we MUST educate our chil- dren for our challenging world," Mr Collins stated. Mr Collins founded "Greenbrier Citizens Against Drugs." He is a member of "Midland Trail Scenic May 8 will be support for the people Highway Association." He attends of Monroe County and will be very the Regular Primitive Baptist much appreciated by me." 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