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O =1 Cameron Arbogast -- Dtal Cameron Arbog.ist 79 July 9, 1990 m a Falrlea hospLtal a short illness June 20 1911 at Boyc~r he was i Son of the late MaRie Arbogast A[bogast was a mlnrster and barber include two sons, William Ar last of Ravenna Ohio and Mark Ar last of California a daughter Jo Ann binson of Newton Falls, Oh~o; a Dale Arbogast of Norwalk, Cali ia; a sister Joy Perdue of Detroit five grandchildren, and four n were at Jack K Wallace Fu Home in Lewisburg with Reverend y officiating Burial was In lnse Cemetery at Ctintonvifte O Railway, Veteran OfWodd War II, and belonged to Maintenance of Way. Hu was preceded in death by his wife, Pearl Wood Long one daughter. Gem vene Long two sons, Reverend A M Long II and James Samuel Long: five sisters and eight brothers Survrvors include four daughters, Mrs Opal Taylor of Clifton Forge, Virginia, Mrs Eda Vance of Kent, Ohio, Mrs Francis Eveleee Almond of Lynchburg, Virginia, Mrs Patricia Bragg of Madison Heights, Virginia three sons. Simmon Eugene Long of Salem, Virginia, Landon Leroy Long of Clifton Firge, Virginia, Kenneth Darius Long of Lynchburg, Vir- ginia: twenty grandchildren and seven- teen great-grandchildren Services were at Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home Chapel in Lewisburg with Reverend Russell Spence officiating Burial was in Greenbrier Memorial Gar- dens ~erte Methodist Church te was preceded ~n death by a son }yd Edward Campbell in 1938 trvlvors include her husband Clarence ther Campbell: a brother Cliffor~d Hoke of ~t Wayne Indiana and a sister Myrtle ,,Ti~< ~lker of Ronceverte :{ ... t~rwces were at Brovles McGu~re F oac~ ~al " .~ : ~ . ' u mOme m Union w th Rew.~rend ; cultur~rk Flynn officiating Burial was m he stat~een Hill Cemetery at Union one g~,.. ,-, .... .,,u uonathan, Jr. ima. "Jmn -- John Donathan Jr, 63, died every~Y 1! 1990, at a Bluefield hospital, fol ..,g#tlng a short illness ing ~r~!rn June 30, 1927 at Huntilnton he ,er[a , ' = , |s the son of the late John Donathan , ,-~05i~ Donathan was a for Y'~'~' ;'eli mer heating and ..,_,~ff ng specialist with Appalachain ~.v )wer in Huntington, a cattleman, retired tativeS)rn the Monroe County Board of Edu- 9ns. ~on and was a World War II w.~teran lely P';n'v~rvJvrs- incude his wlfe- Mary Loutse, ~ SO[;' g Donathan two s'ons James .. in )nathan of Huntington and Jon ,naugle)nathanng l.~ of Lewisburg two brothers, ~.,~ ~te~h Donathan, _ of Orlanclo, Florida and her ail~act [Jonathan of W~se, Virginial half s an, fs' :;.Ttm Fergusoo of Hunt, ngton . r _. '~', =arnestlne Marsha of Dayton, llo and two grandchildren IrVs'Ces' wer, at Forest Memorial Gar rlUnt~ngton with Reverend A we "-'-'- """-'ua U, ar~lln[L~"~'::'~uc'ating Burial was in Forest dens a.c 2;n, o n BrY'es A. Campbell --- Mrs Georgia Anna Hoke 85, died of natural causes. 12. 1990 at a Fairlea hospital December 7 1904 at Second ~ek. she was the 'daughter of the late Dolly E. Mann ~n W and Elizabeth Hoke Lewisburg --- Mrs Dolly Eva Mann, 62, Campbell was a member of the Ron died July 14, 1990, in a Fairlea hospital, ~e R. Eubank ate de,_ndswood, Texas - Mrs Mae R ,Jbank 66 died Jun le nO~'rs E. "- ', e 20, 1990 ndaWaS born December 24, ' ~ ' - ughter of Mrs Elizabeth and ~trnsey and the late Clarence Ramse ' rfl~White Sulphur S r Y ans ts "- - , p ngs therfl~'~sALubanKs worked as a secretar y for to rrl~e ~s survwed by her husband Ral"h rmerl o - - w . _, . .Y f Covington, Virginia, two sons. ~#~ph Wayne of Fnen ~s ta~,~el - dswood and Mi- , ~ ot Leander Texas-mother Eliza- eas, ,'~ ' " ' ' '--arY's Ramsey, Ame a Virgima-two s~s , ilu~ ,~,f~uth Herber of A~lelia V rg n a and atior~ ~'~ e Cross of K ngsport,' Tennessee , , te brother James Frank ~ble. ~-- , Ramsey of r ~.nond, V~rgin a daughter in-law. De I nea ~rah and grandda'ughter Catie of Lean ~d har~r, rexas ,"rV~Ces wc re held c trar~S~ ~ e at Forest Park East . ..,i0#n~ral Home Chapel with Reverend ?:daLa i're~U;n officiating. Interment was in t ark East Cemetery Friend- SS e was a member Ol ~rulleys memonal -~hodist Church ['~ll~iving: sons Marvin and Dorrls R ~ts,'+ both of Gap Mills, Clyde and ms both of Hollywood, Monroe qty daughters, Grace Hytton of Hot- ~od , Fay Skripak of Fort Pierce, F or~ Gladys Hylton of Union: 13 grand- tdren; nine great-grandchildren. rvice was at Broyles McGuire Funeral ~e, Union with Reverend Donald mt~eteryOffic ating. Burial was in Hollywood ~hless M. Long we l -~. Atchles M Long, 93, died 10 1990 at the Liberty House Nurs- Home in Clifton Forge following a illness. Long was born March 281 1897 at ~Well and was the son o1" the late ~less M and Nanc ~_ y Bennett Long ,'-'-"~J was a 47-year employee of C & following a long illnesss Born April 24, 1928, at Union, she was the daughter of the late Cleve and Pearl Faulkner Shaver Mrs Mann was a member of the Grace Bible Church at Asbury and had been employed by the Federated Store in Le- wisburg for 27 years Survivors include her husband, Roy Mann; two sons, Roy Mann Jr and Larry Michael Mann, both of Lewisburg; two s~sters Velma Shaver and Robbie Shaver, both of Union, two brothers, Charles Shaver of Union and Hubert Shaver of White Sulphur Springs, two grandchildren and two great-grandchil- dren Services were at Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home in Lewisburg, with Rever- end Charles Taylor officiating Visitation was at Wallace and Wallace in Lewisburg Nancy T. Rapp Renick- Mrs Nancy Thelma Rapp, 90. died July 12, 1990, at a Fairlea care cen- ter, following a long illness Born March 25, 1900, at Neola, she was the daughter of the late Elisha F and Manbee Harlow Beard Mrs Rapp was a member of the Mt Her- man United Methodist Church, the United Methodist Women and the Renick Home Demonstration Club She was preceded in death by her hus-- band, Davis S Rapp and a son, Robert Rapp Survivors ~nclude a son, Frank Rapp of Renick; two daughters, Ruth R. Dotson of Fort Spring and Sue hamill of Radford, Virgima; nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren Services were at M. Herman United Methodist Church at Renick with Rever- end Barry Moll officiating. Burial was in Morningside Cemetery at Renick Visitation was at Jack K Wallace Fu neral Home in Lewisburg Orator Francis Woodward III Palm Beach, Florida -- Orator Francis Woodward lit 70 died July 8, 1990 at his home after an extended illness Survwors include his wife, Nadya D Woodward, three daughters, Helen Woodward Searle of White Sulphur Springs, Ann Woodward Russell and Nadya A Woodward; three sons, O Frank Woodward IV, Warren Davis Woodward and Norberto F. Angones. Also surwwng is a sister, Ruth W. Finch and five grandchildren Funeral service was held July 12, 1990 at Quattlebaum- Holleman-Burse Funeral Home, West Palm Beach, Florida with entombment at Hillcres[ Memorial Park, West Palm Beach Free Medical Tests At RaineUe The Rainelle Medical Center, Inc. will hold free health screening begin- rang Monday July 23 through Friday July 27. Blood sugar (glucose) test- ing will be held in the lobby from 8 to 9 am. 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