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,m :rguson llazc Fcrguson, 8, 1990 in a hospital, following 1935, at Willow Bend, son of James tl. I of Union and the late Ferguson. was employed at the in Radford, Vir- a member of the Un- hurch. Other survivors include his wife, Joy Ratliff Ferguson of Union; a son, Richard IL Ferguson, Jr of Lindside; two brothers, Ilerman Fcrguson of Charlcstown, and Robert (Doug) Ferguson of Pickaway; a sister, Dortha Brown of Union and two grandchildren. Services were at Union United Meth- odist Church with Reverend Dallas Forrcn officiating. Burial was in Green 11ill Cemetery at Union. Sectional is ~RKL lint * ( 'j , , , Mary Pauline HaniFm Ronceverte -- Mary Pauline Hani- fin, 81, died September 7, [990 in a Falrlea hospital, following a long Ill- ness. Born November 24, 1~, at Marlin- ton, she was the daughter of the late tlanifin was a member of the St. Katherine Catholic Church in Ron- cevcrte, Ronceverte Womens Club and Friends of the Ronceverte Li- brary. fort! She was precedc~ in death by her husband, Paul Itanifin. Survivors include two daughters, Ellen Phillips of Fayettcvillc, North Carolina and Margic Crosier of Un- ion; a son, James ttmaifin of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma; 11 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Services were at St. Katherine Catholic Church in Roncevertc with Father Don Murictt officiating. Bur- ial was in Riverview Cemetery in Ro nceverte. ,, The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, September 13, 1990 5A Bess Johnson Rupert --- Mrs Itcss Crane Johnson, 102, tiled Saturday, Septcnfl~cr 8, 1990 in a Ronccvcrte hospital, fol- lowing a short illness. Born September 7, 1888, at Rupert, she was the daughter of the late I)cxtcr T. Crane and Cora Moses C r~t no. Mrs Johnson was a homemaker, and was retired fronl the Grccnhricr County Board of Education, She was employed by Rupert l ligh School and WaS a nlenlbcr of the Ilas(:om United Methodist Church of Rupert. She was preceded m death by her husband, John Alien Jo]~lnson; a son, John Alctctl Johnson: a brother, James Crane and a sister, lx'da t lall. Survivors include a grandson, Mike Jolmson and wilk', Shelby of Char- lesion; a granddaughter, Mrs John (Jeanne) Attilli of Bccklcy; three great-grandchildren, Amy Johnson and Marion and Nieky Attilli, and several nieces and nephews. Service was at Bascom United Meth- odist Church wilh Reverends Eddie Keeney and Sterling Morgan officiat- ing. Burial was in End of /he Trail Cemetery in Clintonville. Visitation was at Smalhers Funeral Chapel in I~inetle and at the church prior to service. The men of Bascom United Method- ist Church served as pallbearers. Arrangements were made by Smath- ers Funeral I lome in Rainclle. Ival Green Myers Lewisburg -- Mrs Iwd Green Myers, formerly of Madison and Charleston, died September 9, 1990, at her home, following a long illness. Born September 1, 191 l, at I~alcinc, she was the daughter of the late John W. and I Iettic Workman Green. Mrs Myers was a member of the Dining Bodacious Burgers Hearty Sandwiches Expectat ions Madison United Methodist Church and was secretary treasurer of the Eagle Coal and Dock Company. She was preceded m death by her husband, John M. Myers; a sister, Nine Gertrude Green and two broth- ers, John Green Jr and Paul Green. Survivors include three sisters, Pearl G. Law of Charleston, Reba G. thun- mock of Clendenin ;rod Martha G. l lurst of New Orlemls, Louisiana ,md a brother, Victor N. Green of Char- lcston. Services were at Johnson and Johnson Funeral llome in Char- leston with Reverend Maynard Crawford officiating. Burial was in Boone Memorial Ihtrk at Madison. Visitation was at Johnson and Johnson Funeral llome in Char- leston. It was requested that donations of sympathy be made to the CMAC Fou ndation. Arrangements were made hy Wallace and Wallace Funeral l lome in l~wis- burg. A. J. Stacy laeger -- A. J, Stacy, 78, died Sep- tember 9, 1990, in a Welch hospital, following a long illness. Born September 20, 191 l, at Pan~ ther, he was the son of the late Wal- ter and Nancy Stacy. Mr Stacy was a former postmaster of laeger and was a former member of the Iaeger Lions Club. Survivors include his wiib, Emma Ci- ampanella Stacy; a son, Jack Stacy of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and three brothers, Luther Staey of White Sulphur Springs, Vexter Staey of Berea, Kentucky and Ed Stacy of Tolcr, Kentucky. Graveside services and burial were at l~lmbert Cemetery on Greenbrier near Panther with Reverend Doyle Rifle officiating. Visitation was at Fanning Funeral florae in laeger. Spa Chamber Christmas Plans ,".: \, "V. ,'-. E w llaway. H-blOTION DRAMATIC 5-PIECE CASUAL CONTEMPORARY SECTIONAL AS SHOWN! sectional grouping as you wiltl It awaits your whim, end , nearly any arrangement. Casual contemporary styling features are pillow headrests that are plushly padded for luxurious t oak wood trim accents. The charming ensemble includes right and left Wallaway-" end recfiners that glide into fully reclining positions at the ge chair, corner lounge, and a full size armless Steep-A- two as comfortably as a regular bed. SLEEP-A-BElY SECTION OPENS TO A COMFORTABLE FULL SIZE BED 9 422 W. Edgar Ave., Ronceverte, WV 647-5353 FOOD & FRIENDS CASUAL DINING The White Sulphur Springs CharFber of Commerce met Tuesday evening. September 4. Plans for the 1990 Christmas Parade and Window Decorating Contest were finalized. The theme for this year's event is "Christmas Trees, Doves of Peace and Holiday Wreaths." Windows must be ready for judg- ing by the close of work Friday, December 7. The annual Christ- mas parade will be held at 5 HOW SWEET p.m. Saturday, December 8. Martha Bowling of All That IT I S ! Glitlers will serve as this year's Parade Chairman. 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