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10A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, July 5, 1990 Stella F. Cloonan Marlinton ---- Mrs Stelta Frances Cloonan, 75, died June 30 1990 m Pocahontas Memorial Hospital Malta ton, after a long illness She was a merchant and Methodist Surviving: son, Forrest W, of Morgan town: daughter, Dottle C Rhodes of Coi tege Park, Maryland; sister, Gladys Norma Rose of Hiltsboro, one grandson Service was at VanReenen Funeral Home, Marlinton with Reverend Richard Newkirk officiating Burial was in Moun lain View Cemetery, Marlinton Raymond B. Ferguson Lewisburg -- Raymond B Ferguson, 81, died June 25, 1990. in Humana Hos- pital+Greenbrier Valley, Fairlea, after a short illness He was a retired employee of Norfolk & Western Railway and was a resident of Greenbrier County for 20 years He was a member of Old Stone Presbytenan Church, past president of White Sulphur Springs Rotary Club and Greenbrier Scenic Railway. He was a member of Lewisburg Rotary Club, Bluefield AF & AM. Bent Kedem Shrine, Charleston Travel Council, Greenbrier Public Serv ice District, and president of White Sulphur Springs Chamber of Commerce He was chairman of the board of the Greenbrier County Youth Camp, Sh enandoah Manor. Ronceverte. arid United Way, Lynchburg, Virginia Surviving wife. Nita Louise Martin Ferguson; daughter, Mrs Mary Louise Minter of Akron, Ohio: one grandson Service was at Old Stone Presbyterian clating Entombment was in Greenbner Memonat Gardens Mausoleum with Ma- somc rites Visitatton was at McCraw Fu notal Home, Lewisburg Nancy Katherine Fury Gill Chanlilly, Virginia -- Mrs Nancy Kath enne Fury Gill, 68, formerly of Glace d~ed June 25 1990, after a long illness M~s Gill was born July 20 1921 at Glace and was the daughter ot the late Loyd and Annie Fury Mrs GHI was preceded ~n death by her husband Wallace Gill. orte son, two daughters: and one brother Survivors include 4 daughters, Denise Quigley from Chantilly, Virgmla, Helen Grande frorn Ohio, Dorothy Harmon of Sweet Springs. and Theh'na Mannas ot South Carolina; one son, Russel Fury of Umon six brothers, Robert of Ohio, Richard of Manuta, Ohio, Thomas of In diana, Billy of Salem Virginia, William of Union, and Wesley of Glace: four sisters, Mary Marshall Jones of Glace, Rena W|ndegrilt of Union. June Elmore of Sinks Grove, and Sylvia Jones of Glen wood, Indiana; 14 grandchildren and 8 great grandchi!dren Graveside service was at Hylton Come I(;ry at Glace, with Reverend David Deskins officiating. Cameron L. Ingram Frankford - Cameron L. Ingrain, 33, d~ed June 27, 1990, in a Charlottesville, Virginia hospital, following a long illness. Born September 16, 1956, in Akron, Ohio, he was the son of Rosa Lee In iligran~ Mr Irgram was a 1974 graduate of Greenbner East H~gh School and re celved a mechanical engmeermg degree from West Virgmla Tech m 1988 He was employed by the Sluor Daniel Company, Surry Wrgmla and attended the Sinkmg Creek Baptist Church Other survwors mciude two s~sters Lula Row(; ot Frankford and Jeame Lew=s o! Ren~ck tus fiance(; Charlotte B(.werage ot Fa~rtea and three nephews Sorwcc.s were at Memonal Chapel of the McCraw Funeral Home m Lewlsburg with Reverend Delmas Beavers otflclatmg Bunal was in Lewis Chapel Cemetery at Vago J. Ralph Jones Lewisburg .... J Ralph Jones, 80, for merly of Charleston, died July 1. 1990, m Greenbrier Manor Convalescent Home Fmrlea, after a long illness He was a member of St. Marks Method Ist Church. Charleston He was an m- vestment accountant for DuPont, Belle with 35 years service He was a member of Masons Shrmers OES and Elks lodge Surviving: wife, Phyllis Hedrick Jones, brother Paul of Alderson: nephew, James C Jones of Annandale, Wrgma Graves~de service with Masonic and OES hies was Tuesday at Grandwew Memonal Park with Reverend Frank L Shatter officiating Arrangements were made by Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home, Lewlsburg Margaret White Lane Charlotte, North Carolina Mrs Mar- garet White Lane, 57, formerly of Maxwelton, died June 17. 1990, due to a sudden illness Mrs Lane was born in Maxwelton and was the daughter of the late Charles and Elizabeth Legg White Survivors include: her husband. Thomas Cranberry Stars On Parade t : L Few things in thisworld inspire more awe than the nighttime sky. Not only are the stars beautiful, but they remora unreachable. Even to- daywe don't really know what's out there. The stars are, tlowever, some of the most predictable objects we have observed. The same stars we see today are, by and large, the same stars prehistoric man saw. In tact, many of the names gwen to the consta!lations by the ancient Greeks are stdl used today. To us modem people, many of the constellations don't look any- thing like the objects they were named after. The constellation Cas- stopea, for example, looked like a queen to the Greeks. But to us it looks like the letter W. Queens, kings, and other god-like creatures were familiar and important objects to the Greeks. Therefore, that is what they imagined in the heavenly bodies. We may not see the same objects the Greeks did, but we may see things that are familiar to us. Fortunately, you don't have to be an ancient Greek or modern as- tronomer to identify and enjoy the stars. With the aid of a simple star chart called a planisphere you can learn the stars in a short period of tale. Planispheres can be ordered from several book catalogs and range in price from $5 to $10. They Book, eyYo.t, h°wAtMu+eum l-he Beckley Youth Museum of- "We are delighted to fers an exhibit this summer, "Holog- an innovative exhibit at raphy: The Technology of Light." Museum this summer," The exhibit consists of holograms, seum director, Karen three dimensional laser photo- is an exhibit that will graphs audiences of all Holography ~s a photographic interdisciplinary f process. Waves of laser light are and science will bounced off a subject and recorded adults as well as on a special photographic plate as a ranch added that with the series of saps and coils. The corn- lion of a new cultural pleted film is iilummated from one of downtown Beckley, this vanous angles, which projects the give the community a chance three-dimensional ~mage to the sess cultural p~ogramming for viewer's eye. The results are vividly audiences. realistic. The holograms featured in the exhibit at the Beckley museum in- clude "The Moonwaik," "Time-lapsed Plant Study" and "Disco Dancers." Some of the photographs are real objects recreated and several are original art works, "Holography: The Technology of Light' is an exhibit created" by Doug Tyler, an art professor and consult- ant w~th a firm in Niles, Michigan, Dimensional Imaging. As an artist, Mr Tyler states thal the mvent~on of photography was "the turnmg point in modern society." He adds that photography ushered in the era of motion pictures, television and video. "Holography," says Mr Tyler, "is our bridge to the future." "Holography: The Light" is funded by the West Commission on the Arts. The will be on display through 16. The Youth Museum is daily in the summer from 10 6 p.m. Sundays the open 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. $2 for adults and $1 for The admission fee includes the Iography exhibit, John Henry carving Collection and Mour Homestead. The Youth located in New River Park in ley, adjacent to the Mine. For more information "Holography: The Technolo Light" or other museum call 252-3730. £ agene Learnin' L ec., ~pe of r~ ~s not b~ , ~an 10 "Educating Rita' opens{e primy the Greenbrier Valley Thea ' In - r (GVT) Barn July 5 at 8 p.ii. en e:l Shows are scheduled and Thursday, Friday, and Sa ' g f' t you' day th s weekend and ~oormg weekend of July 12, 13, ~]~eed your 14. Veteran GVT actO! 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