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M. Bell ii i:ii Arkansas -- Mrs Amoret M Dudney Road, formerly of died May 13, 1990, in an El hospital following a 29, 1905, in Phoenix, North was the daughter of the V. and Elizabeth Howard a homemaker, a graduate College for Women and a Old Stone Presbyterian in death by her hus- Bell Sr, in 1949. three sons, Dr Richard Missouri, Frank Bell of La California and Mason Belt Jr Georgia; three daughters, Haefner of Magnolia, Amoret Of Alexandria, Virginia and B. Montgomery of Alvin, and two great- Were at Memorial Chapel of Home in Lewisburg with ,Ior officiating. Burial Cemetery, Lewisburg. Ezra Austin Brackenrich, 85, 1990, in a Fairlea hospital, illness. |28, 1905, at Kieffer, he was the late Charlie and Sally Brackenrich. was a retired farmer and employee of the U. S. and member of the at Rupert, where he was 12 years. Include his wife, Sue Ella ; three daughters, Frances Brown, both of Nova Rutherford of New three sons, Lemuel of Frankford and George Brackenrich, both of Rupert; i Elizabeth Underwood of three brothers, Daniel of Covington, Virginia, Her- of Detroit, Michigan and of Little Rock, Arkan- and 18 great- at Wallace and Wallace Chapel in Rainelle with and Reverend Timo- Burial was in Wal- Cemetery at Clintonville. Springs -- Mrs Leta H. died May 7, 1990, in a center, following a long ill- 2, 1908, at Jumping e Was the daughter of the late ' Lowe Hedrick. of the Baptist faith. a son, Doug Childers a daughter, Virginia Calli- a brother, Willard ; two sisters, Clar- Maxwelton and Lorine Har- and four grandchildren. ~ services were in Mapledale White Sulphur Springs with Anderson officiating. were made by Shanklin phur Springs. Copenhaver Springs -- Mrs Fountie 81, died May 9, 1990, a long illness. ements were made in Faulkner "-Charles Lee Faulkner, 96, 1990, in a Fairlea hospital, illness. 1894, at Esty, he was the late Samuel and Hanorah a retired farmer. in death by his wife, Faulkner and three Edmond and Buster I~lude two daughters, Mrs Bestic of Lewi~burg and Dunn of Lewisburg; Faulkner of Renick; a sis- MCMillion of Lewisburg; nine grandchildren and 18 great-grandchil- dren. Services were at Jack K. Wallace Fu- neral Home in Lewisburg with Reverends Arvie Maynard and Gene Miller officiat- ing. Burial was in Morningside Cemetery at Renick. Victor D. Fawcett Union -- Victor D. Fawcett, 50, died May 9, 1990, in a Salem, Virginia hospi- tal, following a long illness. Born December 30, 1939, at Marlinton, he was the son of Julian and Kathryn Adkinson Fawcett of Lewisburg. Mr Fawcett was a member of the Lewis- burg United Methodist Church, a U. S. Military Forces veteran, having spent three years with the U. S. Air Force, 18 years in the U. S. Army, having served during Vietnam Conflict and was the re- cipient of several awards, including the Presidential Unit Citation, Master Para- chute Badge, Army Commodation Medal, Bronze Star and the Meritorious Service Medal and was with Special Forces in the Green Berets for the last eight years of his military career, having retired with the rank of SFC. He was preceded in death by a sister, Priscilla P. Fawcett. Other survivors include two brothers, Jul- ian P. Fawcett of Lewisburg and Nathan K. Fawcett of Mishawaka, Indiana; four sisters, Dianne D. Hinkle of Lewisburg, Kathryn E. Cruse of Atlanta, Georgia, Carrol C. Cade of Westerville, Ohio and Rebecca M. Bailey of Nashville, Tennes- see and several nieces and nephews. Services were at Memorial Chapel of McCraw Funeral Home in Lewisburg with Reverend D. Homer Stewart officiating. Burial was in the family plot of Mountain View Cemetery at Marlinton, with full military rites. Alice Leola Jones Rainelle -- Mrs Alice Leela Jones, 65, died May 7, 1990 in a Fairlea hospital, following a long illness. Born July 8, 1924, at East Rainelle, she was the daughter of the late Basil and Ada Martin Osborne Sr. Mrs Jones was a member of the Sewell Valley Church and was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her hus- band, Harold Austin Jones. Survivors include a son, James Edward Jones, address unknown; two sisters, Pauline Wiggens and Frances Corron, both of Charlestown, Maryland, and a brother, Basil Osborne Jr, of Orient Hill. Services were at Smathers Funeral Home Chapel in Rainelle with Reverend J. D Surbaugh officiating. Burial was in Sewell Valley Cemetery. John Andrew Kelley Alderson -- John Andrew Kelley, 82, Mr Mazey was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of White Sulphur Springs, graduate of Greenbrier East High School, member of the White Sulphur Springs Volunteer Fire Depart- ment and a retired supervisor of boiler operations at the Federal Bureau of Pris- ons in Alderson. Other survivors include a daughter, Amanda Ann Mazey of White Sulphur Springs; two brothers, Paul Lanse Mazey Jr of Roanoke, Virginia, and Larry Mazey of Lewisburg; a sister, Leah Mazey Lov- ing of Lewisburg, and maternal grand- mother, Lealia Guyer of White Sulphur Springs. Services were at First Presbyterian Church of White Sulphur Springs with Reverend Ben Gurley officiating. En- tombment was in Greenbrier Memorial Gardens Mausoleum at Lewisburg Arrangements were made by Shanklin Funeral Home in White Sulphur Springs. George W. Morgan Ronceverte -- George W. Morgan, 69, died May 14, in a Fairlea hospital follow- ing a long illness. Born August 15, 1920, at Ronceverte, he was the son of the late Lundy and Luella Shankllin Morgan. Mr Morgan was a World War II U. S. Army veteran, member of the Greenbrier Regular Baptist Church and a retired employee of the Bendix Corporation in Ronceverte. Survivors include his wife, Betty Wood Morgan; a daughter, Treva Vass of Frankford; two sons, Tim W. Morgan of Jacksonville, Florida and Jay D. Morgan at home; four sisters, Edna Morgan and Lillian Morgan, both of Ronceverte, Blanche Simms and Alene Harvey, both of Fairlea and one grandchild. Services were at Greenbrier Regular Baptist Church at Ronceverte with Rev- erends Earl McGuffey and Youel Altizer officiating. Burial was in Morgan Ceme- tery at Ronceverte. Arrangements were by Wallace and Wal- lace Funeral Home, Ronceverte. Eva E. Raymond Montgomery -- Mrs Eva E. Raymond, 72, died May 9, 1990, at her home, fol- lowing a short illness. Bern March 14, 1918, at Marlinton, she was the daughter of the late Harvey and Elizabeth Houchins Cline. Mrs Raymond was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband, Tony Raymond; two daughters, Betty Kirk of Union and Gracella Dunlap of Newark,... Ohio; a son, Ross A Raymond Sr of Johnstown, Pennsylvania; five grandchil- dren and four great-grandchildren. Services were at B. C. Hooper Funeral Home Chapel in Montgomery with Rev- erend Wallace York officiating. Entomb- ment was in Kanawha Valley Memorial Gardens Mausoleum at Glasgow. State Colleges Rank High Figures just released reveal that West Virginia Foundation for Inde- died May 13, 1990, ,following a long ill- pendent Colleges finished fourth in ness. =,. the nation in percentage increase in Mr Kelley was born in Greenbrier County, May 13, 1908. He was the son of the late Leula Blain Kelley. He was a life tong member of Shilo Bap- tist Church and also Boaz Masonic Lodge No. 30 AF & AM. Mr Kelley was a U. S Army Veteran of WWII, a retired custodian of the Alderson Post Office, and was employed at Lobban Funeral Home in Atderson from 1926-1942. Survivors include 2 sisters Estella Vir- ginia Page of Fraley, and Katherine Th- ompson of New Haven, Connecticut and several nieces and nephews. Services were May 16 at Lobban Funeral Home Chapel in Alderson with Reverend Glen Staples officiating. Burial was in Gwinn Memorial Cemetery in Alderson. Harold B. Kirby Alderson -- Mr Harold B. Kirby, 63, died May 13, 1990, following a long illness. Arrangements were made by Lobban Funeral Home of Alderson. Leslie Dwight Mazey White Sulphur Springs -- Leslie Dwight Mazey, 31, died May 6, 1990, at a Fairlea hospital, following a long ill- ness. Born October 4, 1958, at Marlinton, he was the son of Paul L. and Martha Guyer support received during the 1988-89 fiscal year. The Foundation for Independent Higher Education in Stamford, Con- necticut, said the 14.8 per cent in- crease registered in West Virginia was exceeded only by Alabama, Washington and South Carolina. One of the 39 state and regional foundations, 21 an increasing in giv- ing. West Virginia raised $655,571. The figures show also that West Virginia was one of the 10 founda- tions to record an increase in the number of donors. The others were Florida, Iowa, Louisiana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Virginia and Washington. West Vir- ginia had 318 donors, an increase of four. Everett C. Call, an investment consultant in Charleston, was chair- man of the board of the foundation during the 1988-89 fiscal year. He has been succeeded by Lee A. Scott, vice president of Prudential- Bache Securities in Parkersburg. Dr Robert F. Prather is the president of the foundation and the midwest rep- resentative to the national foun- Mazey Sr of White Sulphur Springs. dation. HOME DECORATING CENTER See Us For All Your Decorating Needs. Washington Street Monday thru Saturday W.Va. 645-6348 8 am to 5 pm II Insulates as a roof-over Attractive skirting material Ideal for patio roof WHITE BROWN RED BLACK GRAY GREEN I I Corrugated Asphalt Roofing and Siding One man can handle Won't rust or corrode Lifetime warranty t 411" x 7f' Skeet 26 square feet sheet IN STOCK COLORS At least 32 squares in stock 113 S, C0urt St., Lewisburg, W.Va. Phone 645-1334 The Mountain Messenger, Thursday May 17, 1990 9A Last Sunday afternoon i'd had enough of grading papers and doing laundry. The sun swooped from be- hind a cloud and I made a mad dash from behind the ironing board out into the yard. The temperature had warmed fifteen degrees since morn- ing. The spring air enlivened my bones and my mood. I decided to bring the kittens out of the garage to introduce them to the world. They had been in a box in the garage for four weeks without seeing the light of day. The mother cat, Cleo, had found an escape hole in the door that didn't quite shut, and had been in and out to stretch her legs and beg for milk. But the kittens re- mained huddled in the cardboard box lined with old towels, whining until Cleo returned. I picked up the box of seven gray and white, spotted and striped kit- tens, and brought them out into the yard to slt beside me while I filled my flower pots with new soil. Cleo followed at my heels unwilling to trust her mistress with her brood. She hopped into the box as soon as I set it down. The kittens twitched their noses and blinked their eyes in the bright sun. Cleo looked around nervously in all directions and growled. She had other thoughts about my magnanimous gesture of sharing the spring afternoon with her babies. She grabbed the fattest kitten by the neck and proceeded to carp/it in her mouth back into the garage. Her pace was unhurried but firm. She made seven successive trips in quiet order. On the seventh trip I fol- lowed her back with the box in my hands to the garage where six shiv- ering kittens huddled on the cold concrete floor. Cleo looked up at me accusingly, and I quickly put the seven kittens back in the box. Cleo jumped in and started nursing imme- diately. I could tell I wasn't desired in the dark garage, and so I shut the door behind me carefully before heading back to the pots. The whole episode disturbed me out of proportion to what I had wit- nessed -- a mother cat protecting II IIIIIII IIIIIII II Iv GOOD - .LOOKING GOOD- SELLING ADVERTISEMENTS APPEAR IN THE MOUNTAIN MESSENGER. CONTACT OUR SALES DEPARTMENT TODAY. 647-5724 I Funeral Home If you live alone-- PRE-PLAN your fun!ral 445 2911 her brood. At first I couldn't figure why t was so unreasonably both- ered. Then it came to me. I was jeal- ous, feeling inferior in my mother- hood in comparison with my cat. Cleo never had a doubt about how to raise her kittens. She knew in- stinctively what they needed, and she was fierce and unwavering in seeing they got it. She had not been ready to leave them on the lawn even though she knew the fresh air would do them good. Nor was she ashamed to cry for milk at the front door at dawn in order to best replen- ish her own. She made no apolo- gies. She gave up hunting, she gave up her bed on the sofa, she forgot her daily routines and gave her kit- tens full attention. I also knew that in a couple of weeks she would just as seriously nudge them out of the box into the yard where she would paw at them and knock them over, in or- der to teach them to be strong and to defend themselves. She would know just the right time to let them go from the safety of their box. Poor humans, I thought, as I shoveled dirt with my spade into the last of the pots. How we hang on too long or let go too soon, our instincts less certain than a cat's. I decided to dispel my bad mood, a result of too much thinking, and gave my atten- tion to the flowers that would soon be trailing over the edges of these pots. If watered, fed, and tended, they would bloom. And the lesson ended right there on that mild and breezy Sunday afternoon. ABB Lays 20 Em Recent layoffs at Asea Brown Boveri (ABB) Process Analytics have been announced as tempo- rary, according to an employee of the Lewisburg company. Approximately 20 persons were laid off about three weeks ago, the employee said. There are rumors among ABB employees of possible future layoffs. The plant employs about 400 workers. Kay Holliday, director of human resources for the company, said she could not comment on the layoffs without approval from the acting president, who has been in Ohio and could not be reached for com- ment. 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