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Obituaries... and Patrick Coyte of Orangebery. South The Mountain Messenger,'Thursday July 12 1990 9A "* Carolina, and Robert Lentichum of Cntinued frm Pg 8"A Orangebery' California' tw brthers' ~~.~ ~.~ dren; three great-grandchildren Charles Lockhart of Jacksonville, North Service was at Wallace-Wallace Funeral Carolina, Orid Lockhart of White Sulphur Home. Ronceverte, with Reverend Springs six sisters, Lydia Baker of ,-" ~f'~', By Ro})erta Patton Rx)dgers JamesKite officiating Burial was in Mor- Huronr Ohio Viva Harrison of Brook gun Cemetery, Ronceverte Visitation Pa,,, hio, OzellaLockhartofRutludge, ~~.~%~~ |~~illiil was at the funeral home Tennessee, Stella McCarty of w,~ THE LONG WAY HOMEv People were enjoying themselves at Poquason, Virginia llene Kincaid and !:: ~; i! !!!: ~!~?dn aa !he! Fv~a~:: ~ oee~i!! v~ i ~aasnld itili ! a!i: ~ i2if!gw i! e Mary Alice Roach L,nda Clendenin, boih of AIvon Lewisburg -.- Mrs Mary Alice Roach. She was preceded In death by two siS-surviving: son, Gilmer Jr of Colonial Cooper and Lyons Funeral Home in /1~1/~~ --1 76, died July 4, 1990 in Hurnana Hospi- ters Audrey and el e four b{others "1~, g - Y P g. tel Greenbrler Valley, Fairlea, after a Jasper, Delbert, Everette and James M~We, or rather, Frank suggested The blue dragon tooth, the Queen long Lltness Service was in Boydton, with Reverend ( H~go to Mountain Lake whch is Anne's lace, the brown eyed Susan, She was a homemaker and a retired gro- LodaGunnofhciating ~..==..i~ of God's gifts to man The lake and many more. The thistles were cery clerk Arrangements were made by Withers, ~Ic"llistname~Jun indicates is on top of a so tall and ust turning a soft laven- lu din, It is breathtakingly beauti- der We went into the dining room Heights, Virginia: sister, Nellie Perdue of Clarksville, Virginia JYears ago one of our senior where people were ready to be Fa~ll~cla:t~?tehg~aLdenl~;dnKincaid .'r ot on, ~sses from Greenbr er H ghseated Pink candles white cloths ServiCecrane officiating.Was at JaCkBuriatK WaltaCewas mFuneraIRose- Wizard. of Oz Visiting Relatives Driving You Up A Wall~ [ he o In T You know the. story. Your Aunt Clara came to visit ' ] ~~oI (Pocahontas Avenue, Ron- We looked longingly in the door. Home Lewisburg, with Reverend Leroy z, ewlsuur$ a &ys, but youre beginning to think / int, ~erte) and a classmate of Frank's Salmon steak was one of the en- wood Cemetery, Lewisburg There was wn ~[atrick Clifford, brother of Mollie trees, no visitation shes a permanent fixture in your home. J lWting now of White Sulphur "What is your room number?" Pauline (Bonifacio) Sampson "THE WIZARD OF OZ," the de- Bung her on down to U-Save Auto Rental J Towellton - Mrs Pauline (Bonifacio) but production of the Greenbrier ,er,h~r;~gs! ,mt,ated the outing. Others quer ed the waitress. Should we and well put her behind the wheel J )rom~- nK'S car were Ruth Miller of stay and eat or take the long way Sampson, 50, died June 25, 1~190, at the Valley C'hildren's Theatre, will be of a dq ndable and economical car. J ~an Cave and your's truly Ithome9 Found out at the desk reser YorkBUffal General Hospital, Buffalo, New presented every Saturday at 2 p.m. We can't guarantee shell spend, every hour / 2r~[a~emsed we drove for 100 or more vations were the only way we could Mrs Sampson was a secretary for the through August 4. Take your own ig '~es before we reached the dirt stay A big wedd ng was to be held National Pool Co and also worked for seating for an innovative journey to sightseeing, but we bet shell have J [ P.kr~, d which wound around the Vir- there that eveningt We drove to Kanawha County Health Department the Land of Oz! a ~at time driving her own car. , | ~ihii~!i ~~i!~ki~ii SchooIShe was a graduate of Greenbrier High During fair weather the produc- AEer all, how do you know you wemntdrivingIf'It ,=fmrq,_her c w, too? !JJ Survivors include her husband, James tion will take place outdoors -- if the "Luck" Sampsonl one half-brother, weather is bad, in the Greenbrier Marvin Vernon of Buffalo, New York; four Valley Theatre Barn at the local air- ~ J sisterS,Mary VestBarbaraand BrendaThmas Godbeyf CrOSSbothLaneS,of port. Children 12 and under are ad- ,AIU'rO~V'r,~ ~ [ Fairlea, Dorothy Stuart of Warren, Michi- mitted free, all others $2.50 each. gun, two half-sisters, Juanita Ruder of "Follow the yellow brick road" to Your Home Town Car Rental Company J L '. . g acious and Lone Way Home Outdoor HistoricalOak Hill and Viola Sasser of Fedvilte, Greenbrier Valley Airport, Lewis- , ,rd~:rmmg, Insisted on us visiting with Drama -- Our 20th season -- 1990. North Carolina 1 wg.rg~r ~or awhile. But, that wasn't at all We arrived at the amphitheater Arrangements were made by Haler Fu- burg, to see "The Wizard of Oz" live ~~!ii~i ~~A!ii:i !~iii !~it I ~ t~r~igl ~w !i:i !! ! igsss!~igu t~e~it neral Home in Elkview at the Greenbrier Valley Theatre. ' s wind-up stoolI " " , Thomas B. Shaver Blacksburg, Virginia -- Thomas Brown Shaver, 74, formerly of Ronceverte, died ,- July 4, 1990 in a Blacksburg hospital, fol- U.S. 219 SOUTH AT FAIRLEA Pat C!ilford had been blessed If you haven't seen "The Long h a God-given talent of being Way Home" 'twould be nice if you ~ ~i~4~ ~ to play the piano by ear -- no could. I do know that Etva Ingles notes or music Pat sat down Farren of Greenbrier Manor, Fairlea, made that piano dance. The is akin to Mary Ingles Farren of "The ime of the tune was probably: Long Way Home" and also Clayton ~e bear went over the mountain to Ingles of Front Royal, Virginia. In- what he could see" or"America" deed it was a long way home to "The West Virginia Hills how ma- Ronceverte -- Organ Cave after two ~tic and how grand with their sum- hours with the Shawnees and oth- ,- :~ts bathed in glory like the Prince ers. ~:~ nmanuel's Land." As we bade In her youth, Mrs Ingles learned a~ odby to Auntie we drove to the to spin on a wheel. Pioneers used G4 in s ~a C F. 1C ie )untain top with its Mountain Lake flax and wool to make the clothes of serene and peaceful and beauti- linsey-woolsey, a coarse sturdy lab- On the lake were canoes and fits glidding along with colorful Its. Mountain Lake has one tre- ~ndous hotel and tots of cabins for nt, also a lunch room with sand- ches, etc. We had to walk up to ie hote! with its long veranda. ric. As she sat at the wheel, the old whitehaired lady told over to her children and grandchildren the story of her terrible captivity by savages 50 years before and her courageous escape home. This remarkable woman, Mary Draper Ingles, died in 1815 at 83. License e Extended ;harles O. Lorensen, Secretary te Departmentof Tax anCReve- has announced that the posting for new 1990/t991 Registration ~ificates (Business Licenses) has in extended until August 1, 1990 businesses operating in West }inia. This extension will give the the additional time ded for processing the large vol- of renewal applications. Business Registration Certifi- issued for the period July 1, to June 30, 1990 is now good July 31, 1990. 89/90 Business Registration tificate should be honored by all and law enforcement agen- until July 3t, 1990. Fair Jobs Ronceverte Job Service is accepting applications for the Fair of West Virginia. Workers be needed to set up, working mg fair week and tear down. If J are interested in work ng at the te Fair of West Virginia, please the Ronceverte Job Service East Edgar Avenue, Roncev- L or call 647-7415. childbirth classes, due date before Septem- 30, will be held Tuesday eve- from 7 P.m. to 9 p.m. starting 24 at Humane Hospital in For first time morns or if you not attended a childbirth class ,re or in the last 4 years. classes will be held evenings, 7 p.m. to 9 beginning July 18. This is a Week course with the fourth s being Big Brother Big Sister for children on August 8 classes will be held at the Hospital Greenbrier Valley Take pillow, blanket and person Classes are free, by Cradle Club FlXTER Certified Massage Therapist Specializing In Rel~vation Pain Relief Stress Management At the office of Dr William Lemley 203 t/2 El Washin~on St., Lewisburg By Appointment. 645-1174 AffordalNe care in a profession=d, lowing a long illness, Born November 27, 1915 at Union, he was the son of the late Thomas L Lind- sey and Betty Jenkins Shaver Mr Shaver was an 18-year resident of Blacksburg, a member of the AARP and the Blacksburg Volunteer Fire and Res- cue Department. Survivors include his wife, Christian Stone Shaver; two sons, Richard Wayne Shaver and Thomas Bliss Shaver, both of Blacksburg, and a sister, Mabel Lynch of Union Service was at Wallace and Wallace Fu- neral Home in Ronceverte with Rever- end Mark Flynn officiating. Burial was in Riverview Cemetery at Ronceverte "- Bonnie Lockhart Webb Boydton -- Bonnie Lockhart Webb, for- merly of White Sulphur Springs, died July 5, 1990 at her home after a long illness. She was the daughter of the late Noel E. and Maude Lockhart of Alvon. Survivors include her husband, Lewis of Boydton, three stepdaughters, Judith Coyle of Orangebery, South Carolina, Margaret Burns of Fort Lawn, South Carolina, Joy Lentichum of Orangebery, California, three step-grandsons, John