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8A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, June 21, 1990 Maxwell Cohernour Lynchburg, Virginia Maxwell (Jack) Cohernour, 89, formerly of Lewisburg. died June 11. t990 at a Lynchburg hos- pital following a long illness Born February 23. 1901, at Lewisburg, he was the son of the tale James Clark and Emma Hanna Cohernour Mr Cohernour was a former employee of the Lynchburg Westover Dairy, a mem- ber of the Fort Hdl United Methodist Church of Lynchburg and the Moose Lodge Survivors include a sister, Clarice Rhodes of Fair Oaks, California; a haft- sister Eunice Freeman of Richmond. Virginia, eight nephews and two nieces Services were at Whitten Park Avenue Chapel in Lynchburg Graveside services were at Rosewood Cemetery at Lewisburg Arrangements were made by Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home in Lewis- burg. Maggie Hanna Duncan Renick .- Mrs Maggie Hanna Duncan 86, died June 13, 1990 at a Fairlea hos- pital, following a tong illness Born April 2, 1903, at Renick, she was the daughter of the late Bath Allen and Henrietta Maltis Hanna Mrs Duncan was a'homemaker and a member of the Renick Baptist Church She was preceded in death by her hus- band, Toney Duncan Surwvors include a brother, Mack Hanna of Renick, and several nieces and neph- ews Services were at Jack K Wallace Fu nerat Home in Lewisburg with Reverend Jim Anderson officiating Burial was in Mornlngside Cemetery at Renick Trudie A. Fuller Frankford -- Mrs Trudie A Fuller 85. died June 1 t, 1990, at a Fairlea hospital tollcwing a short sllness. Born August 26, 1904, at Sebert, she t By Helen W. Searle SAINT ALOY.SIUS GONZAGA, Florence to learn Latin and Italian Finally his parents gave in CONFESSOR grammar. Two years later thetr fa- thoughts of their son's car, was the daughter of the late Jasper McK Born June 19, 1909, in Hughesville, ~ Aloysius was the son of very fa-ther was appointed governor of soldier and alloyed Aloysius endrie and Lena McCoy Auldridge Pennsylvam~. he was the son of the late Mrs Fuller attended the Wesley Chapel O R and Helen Schnieder Pryor mous and noble parents who natu-Montserrat. he was asked to accom- the Jesuit novitiate in Rome. United Methodist Church at Carroll Hill Mr Pryor was a retired businessman, rally expected great things of him. pany Empress Mary of Austria on years later he went to Milan She was preceded in death by her bus member of the Marlinton Presbytenar~ The "great" that their son became her trip to Spain. The two boys were his studies. In 1587 he band, John C Fuller and a son, Leonard Church where he was an elder, a scout vows. Four years later he Fuller master and a member of the Rotary was not necessarily what they named pages in this court answer- Survivors include four daughters, Gtenna Surwvors include his wife, Susan Clay planned. ~ng to the Duke of Mantua. to Rome to heip with the Lloyd el Somerset, Kentucky Mary Kidd Pnor: four sons, Roger Prior of Mr. Nebo. the plague. of Woodbridge, Virginia, Thelma Smith el Gone and Raymond Pryor, both el Hay- Born and baptized in the castle of Always maintaining his spirit ofOften called the "unknown St Leonard, Maryland and Alice Massey market, Virginia and Don Pryor of Lewis- Catigolione delle Strivieri in Lore- purqy, piety, and innocence, of love," Aloysius was alwa, of Frankford; two sons, Luther Fuller of burg: three sisters, Ruth Phillips el Mut- hardy, Italy, March 9, 1568, Aloysius Aloysius held onto his thoughts of to serve where he was Baltimore, Maryland and Selden Fuller el lens, Frances Caldwell of Princeton and Franktord; 22 grandchildren, and 14 Dorothy Pritchard of Charleston and six always held onto his dreams. His In- becoming a Jesuit, a member of the mission was accomplished great-grandchildren grandchildren ther Ferrante, or Ferdinand in Span- Society of Jesus. During his summer time he was twenty-three. A Serwces were at Wesley Chapel United Serwces were at VanReenen Funeral ish, obtained a very prestigious pos~- vacahons he set up a schoot and of the plague, Aloysius died, Methodist Church at Carroll H~;i with Homo in Marlinton with Dan Ross oltici- lion in the court of King Phdip II of 1aught catechism to the poor boys of 21 1591 Through his Reverend Hertzel Mills officiating Burial ating Burial was in Mountain View ' " was in the church cemetery Cemetery at Marlinton Spain where his very beautiful wife Castiglione. "ll they didn't enjoy it, piety, and sanctity of heart, I Arrangements were made by Jack K Martha served as lady of honor to flley wouldn't have come," was his Aloysius is known as the Wallace Funeral Home in LewisburgArthur Benjamin Williams Philip's wife Isabel. They both motto, It was during this time that he boys and girls. Those who Fairlea - Arthur Bentamin Withams, 84, wanted their son 1o become a great heard of Cardinal Charles have been able to thoroughly Eleanor Davis Matheney died June lt, 1990 at his home, follow- soldier with hopes of acquiring the Borromeo's visit to Brescia. Anxious his example of innocence ~had a v Dawson -- Mrs Eleanor Davis mg a gunshot wound, according to Matheney. 82, died June 10. 1990, at Greenbrier County Sheriff's Deputy title of marquis. It never occurred to to meet this great man, Aloysiustempt to imitate his practice of~lck to ma Humana Hospital Greenbner Valley,Deitz them that their first born might have traveled to the near-by city to re- ance in seeking forgivenes~nt sew Fairtea, after a long illness, other inclinations, celve his blessing and, through his themselves followed by or She was a member of Ronceverte Pros Born November 30, 1905, at Carl, he At the age of ten, Aioysius andhands, he joyously received his first of those whom they love, se byterian Church was the son of the late James Owen and his younger brother Ridolfo went to Holy Communion, AIoysius is remembered onThere ~- Surwving: daughters Mrs Juanita Lee Lenora Ellen Sears Williams and Mrs Sarah Gabbert, both of Colonial Mr Williams was a member of the ARP int Heights, Virginia, Mrs Edith Hackworth of Church of Fairlea, formerly a member of he w Columbus, Ohio, Catherine Harris of Quinwood Baptist Church, member of eat u Dawson, Annabelle Morgan of Pontiac, the UMW and was a retired coal miner bow Michigan; son, James of Wythevilte, Vir- He was preceded in death by two sisters, it is a ginia; stepson, Melvin of Ithaca, New Della Dotson and Zella Arbaugh and two York; sister, Mrs Helen White of White brothers, Lokie Hamilton and Luther Wil- Sneak u Sulphur Springs; 24 grandchildren; 11 liams set great-grandchildren. By Roberta Patton Rodgers Graveside service was at Riverview '~ Cemetery, Ronceverte, with Reverend Surwvors include his wife, Provie M Wil- Weston Gutherie offic,attng. Arrange- hams, and three sisters, Dessie Burdette [ minuttef ments were made by Wallace-Wallace of Rainelle, Hassle Webb el Rupert and Funeral Home, Ronceverte Lora Barker ofAIderson. FATHERS' DAYt Frank. All the while he knew he gwe their sin, and will he~ Vatchir Services were at Wallace and Wallace Fathers' Day was observed last would be the "Star ~ the show" and land. !~,~1en my b Harold W. Prior Funeral Home Chapel in Rainelle with Sunday and Frank was spoiled we did, God willing, do what we -- tl Chronicles 7:14~Urs tryin! ~irrel II Lewisburg -- Harold W Prior, 81, for- Reverend Houston Boothe officiating, once again! Our flag was flying as could to make his day a good one.Flowers to you, from "l. merty of Marlinton, died June 10, 1990 at Bunal was in Wallace Memorial Came- ' ta~d in tt Lewisburg, following a long illness tery at Clintonvilte usual over the old cistern house. In- Sylvia is usually slow getting her handiwork all along Alia vis L" side Elizabeth Chapel, on each side gifts here, but ihey will come. Moth- try road, are the yellow and~ good tl~ ,~le~ of the altar rail, standing in their ers' Day gifts from her have lust sweet clover, and wild hone Y~~ up wil ,# -..% beauty were the American Flag and been opened! Sylvia of Dallas, (so fragrant and lovely) tu~w then Could hi~ lena W, the Christian Flag. One of Frank's Texas, will decorate them beautifully among the almost waist-111~ your gifts arrived early last week from and we know something special wilt chard grass waving in the ~ tellin of Summer 1990. "~rn Sunup Hom, e at . Ginger and her family from Tucson, be inside for her dad -- Frank Gor- ~.wL " Ould Today's Prices? Arizona. The address: Mr Frank don Rodgers! Sylvia is busy with her I wilt see plenty of this enrlr" Rodgers, My Dad, Colonial Picture interior decorating. That is a busy ~" e lave NATIONWIDE _ . Farm, Ronceverte, West Virginia job. Flags were out in Dallas! Qumwood, June 24 to atletilb .. ILIL"=l |l"tAIk|t'tl~ White butphur Springs I 24970. "If my people, which are called by horse show on the Crichton rlll~ in" iINoun/~l~l~,,~ CHRIS BOWLING I ,~" ~ere, Nat,onw~e ,s on your 8,ca 79 East Main Street i Was Frank curious? I think so! my name, shall humble themselves, Field. 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