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Brackenrich James I)avid Bracken- September 25, 1990, g a six-month ill- 17, 1915 at Rockcliff, son of the late James Mamie Pearl Clark was a farm supervl- and was a retired preceded in death by a Mae Kelly and a son, include his wife, llelen Ida tWO Sons, Sena- of Lewisburg of Crawley; a Crook of Columbus. Myles Brackcnrich Alabama; 7 gr,'md- 3,,great -grandchild re n. at Wallace & Wallace Chapel in Rainclle Roger Williams and officiating. Burial Memorial Cemetery at the funeral home. Bttrnett "~ John ttcnry Burnett, 29, 1990, in a center, following a 14, 1920, in Fayctte Was the son of the late Sarah Harmon Bumett. lived most of his life ~as a member of the Elk a World War II retired employee of the I. his wife, Madeline five daughters, Bennett of Cov- Lou Ellen Bragg of Ronald (Mary Jane) Ohio, Mrs Wi]lard of Oak IIill; four and Layphual of Toledo, Ohio, Orval Spring and Melvin three sisters, of Meadow Bridge, of Alderson and Delia of Toledo, Ohio; t~n and three great- at Ronald Meadows in Hinton with Rcv- Carl Marvin Fraley MooresviUe, North Carolina -- Carl Marvin Finley, 40, formerly of White Sulphur Springs, died August 31, 1990 in Mooresville. Born January 4, 1950, at White Sulphur Springs, he was the son of Jefferson D. Fraley and Frances ttuffman Fralcy of White Sulphur Springs. Mr l"ralcy was a welder, attended the Church of God in Mooresville and was a Vietnam Veteran. Survivors include his wife, Victoria I~rk Fraley. at home: two daughters, Shannon and Melody Fraley, both at home; four brothers, Eddie and Jimmy Fraley, both of White Sulphur Springs, l larold Fralcy of Richmond, Virginia and Bobby Fralcy of Lake Milton, Ohio; five sis- ters, Rachel and Anna of White Sulphur Springs, Edna Dean of Jacksonville, Florida, Becky Austin of Boca Raton, Florida and Katy Jus- tice of Richmond, Virginia. Services were at Pentecostal tioli- ness Church on lngleside Avenue, White Sulphur Springs with Rever- ends Freddy Steel and Joseph Le- onard officiating. Burial was in IIillcrest Cemetery in White Sulphur Springs. Thomas Randolph Haynes Gap Mills -- Thomas I~ndolph Hay- nes, 92, died September 29, 1990, at a Low Moor, Virginia hospital, follow- ing a short illness. Born May 8, 1898, at Gap Mills, hc was the son of the late Lydia Hay- nes. Mr [laynes was a member of the Browns Chapel Methodist Church at Gap Mills, was a farmer, a member of the King ttiram Masonic L~)dge No. 7 in Lewisburg. lie was preceded in death by a daughter, Zclla Lee tlaynes in 1988; a son William llampton; a brother, Albert Haynes and a sister, Sarah Walker. Survivors include his wife, Ruth Baker ilaynes; three sons, Jimmy Haynes of Richmond, Virginia, Randy Haynes of Beckley, and Bobby itaynes of Gap mills; three daughters, Mary Ellis ttaynes Jackson of Paint Bank, Virginia, Ruth Annete Williams of Detroit, Michigan, and Betty tlaynes of Roanoke, Virginia; a brother, Ed- and Carl Spade ward tiaynes of Bridgeport, Ohio; was in Elk Knob two sisters, Virginia McKee of De- at Ronald Meadows Hinton. Deitz Hamilton Deitz, 86, I, 1990, at his home, 23, 1904, at Keiffer, Son of the late Theodore Ors Elizalx~th Deitz, a retired schoolteacher County Schools, for 32 years, was a Veteran member of the t~ritan Club, the Green- r of the A.R.S.E. and the Baptist Church of Keif- in death by his Harrah Deltz. a son, Billy Harrah a sister, Edith ~s of Newland, North brothers, Joseph E. both of Rupert. Irene Martindale into. tt Beaver Creek Bop- Reverends Williams and Burial was in y at Clinton- at Wallace and Wal- Rainelle. Falls at the residence. Arrangements were made by McGraw Funeral t/nine. Richard A. Kinder Springfield, Virginia -- Richard A. Kinder, 68, died September 21, 1990, at a Fairfax hospital, Fairfax, Virginia, following an extended ill- ness. Born September 8, 1922 at Philadel- phia, Pennsylvania, he was the son of the late Edward L. and Estelle Kerwin Kinder Sr. Mr Kinder was a salesman with M.P.I. of Oxon ttlll, Maryland, a member of the Mt. Vernon Baptist Church in Arlington, Virginia, and was a World War I1 veteran. Survivors include his wife, Jane C. Kinder at home; two daughters, Bar- bara Jane Kinder of Reston, Virginia and Nancy Cloud Kinder of Annan- dale, Virginia. Graveside services were at Carter Cemetery in Covington, Virginia, with Reverend Jack W. D. Turner officiating. AtTmlgements were made by Shah- kiln Funeral ltome in White Sulphur Springs. There was no visitation.~ Betty J. Megimose Columbus, Ohio -- Mrs Betty J. Megimose, 54, died September 30, 1990, in a Columbus hospital. Born January 25, 1936, at Orchard, she wa~ the daughter of Marvin W. Via of Greenville and the late Mary M. Thornton Via. Mrs Megimose was a member of the Greenville Un'ited Methodist Church in Greenville and was a graduate of Bcckley College. Other survivors include her hus- band, George Megimose; a daughter, Mrs Bill (Mary Ann} McClay of Grovcport, Ohio; a son, George Meg- imosc Jr. of Columbus; a grandson, Stepmother, Roxie Via of Greenville; a brother, Bobby and wife, Sue Via of Union, and several nieces and nephews. Services were at Dwayne R. Spence Funeral florae in Canal Winchester, Ohio with Reverend Art Reed officiat- ing. Burial was in Franklin Hills Memory Gardens at Canal Winches- ter. Visitation was at the funeral home. It was rt~ucsted that donations of sympathy be made to the Leukemia Society of America, 145 North I-tigh Street, Columbus, Ohio 43017. trait, Michigan and Martha Jackson Muriel F. Miller, of Columbus, Ohio; 12 grandchil- Alderson -- Muriel F. Miller, 86, died September 24, 1990, at Hu- mane liospital Greenbrier Valley fol- lowing a short illness. Born March 23, 1904 at Talcott, she was the daughter of the late John & Roxie Meadows Canterbury. She was preceded in death by her husband, Leonard, on December 31, 1989 and a son, llugh, on June 26, 1990. dren and three great-grandchildren. Services were at Broyles-McGuire Funeral llome Chapel in Union with Reverends Frederick Perry and H. E. Shcrrod officiating. Burial was in Monroe Cemetery near Sinks Grove. Visitation was at Broyles-McGuire Funeral t{ome in Union. Graveside rites were conducted by the King lliram Masonic Lodge No. 7. Dairell Leo Johnson Chestnut Flats -- Dairrell Leo Johnson, 68, died September 26, 1990, in VA Medical Center, Beekley, "after a long illness. He was a Protestant and a veteran of World War II. lie was a recipient of the Purple Iteart, Good Conduct Medal and a member of VFW. He was retired from Lcckie Smokeless Co~l Co. Surviving: wife, Eva Dale Johnson; sons, Roger and Ellis, both at home, Surviving is a son, Haven L. Miller of Ogden, Utah, formerly of Alderson; 6 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchil- dren. Funeral services were at Clayton Baptist Church with Reverends John Walker and Roger Persinger officiat- ing. Burial was in Clay'ton Cemetery. Arrangements were made by Lobban Funeral Home in Alderson. Julia E. Simpson White Sulphur Springs -- Mrs duiia E. (Mickey) Simpson, 92, died Sep- tember 28, 1990, in a Fairies hospl- Floyd of Rock Hill, South Carolina, tel, following an extended illness. Carl of Iiillsboro; daughters Yevettc Born August 20, 1898, at Brooklyn, Shaffcr of Chestnut Flats, Wynona New York, she was the daughter of Redman of Harts Run; brother, the late Emmett and Eugenia McKee. James of Cowcn; sister, Blanche Mrs Simpson was a member of the Scott ofCowen; five grandchildren. St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Memorial service was at the Johnson White Sulphur Springs, a member of residence with Reverend Jim Ander- the Eastern Star Chapter No. 148, son officiating. The body was do- White Sulphur Springs, the White retired employee of the Greenbricr The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 4, 1990 9A Hotel. She was preceded in death by her ,~ husband, Beryl Simpson in 1959. F /" Survivors include two sons, Beryl Simpson Jr of Crystal Lake, illinois and Emmett L. Simpson of White Sulphur Springs; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services were at St. Thomas Episco- pal Church in White Sulphur \ Springs with Reverends William G. Starkey and Eliabcth Walker officiat-,202 ,44/ZZ ~//Z Z Z:)/Q/p,'~- ing. Burial was in Hillcrest Cemetery~/~6//7-~- ,_C~/~/.~/~ t.~/D~/fl~S, j~./,~ in White Sulphur Springs. Visitation was at Shanklin Funeral P~,'~~ .~04 ~d"#.~60 ~ c~/J.~ ~ IIome in White Sulphur Springs. =" It was requested that donations of I~ z*"'dOJ'L~,~e.~ d/d[,._. sympathy be made to White Sulphur Ronceverte -- Miss Elvira Bliss - Stone, 77, formerly of Washington, 0~/],* ~~W"~ DiAl.,. D.C., died September 25, 1990, at a ~" W'~ ~xd~/-A,e='. t.,gesf sun S~op . Gun. (uoaecn .~ Collec~.me.~ Fairies hospital, following a short ill-~ ~ ~-'~_~ if Ammo Collector= Knive= Scopes Mounts Born July 19, 1913, at Roncevcrtc, she was the daughter of the late Ira ~~ / ~/IOUotain., GMIrtl and NelIe flagon Stone. Miss Stone was a member of the 2=.~ffr5 ~ ~l.jt~ II0 DAY LAY-AWAY PLAN Ronccverte Presbyterian Church. ~k~ T ~ ~ o~ 500 She was preceded in death by three V Gun Xol.ter= ~ Sling. Belts Poesibie aegl Wallet= sisters and two brothers. Bullet Bag Knife ~0Ihs Hltfs Belt Buckles Survivors include four sisters, Wil- mcttc Shanklin, Nellie Dartt, both of Ronceverte, Christian Shaver of L~-.~=~-~'Wo BOY, SELL Blaeksburg, Virginia and Edna Shires of Parkersburg, and three t brothers, Eugene V. Stone of St. A1- ~r Sr,~ FE~',~,~Ir$ W~- ~m-/IV S~I~___._._.~"U-':-:-----'-'-------'-----~ bans, James M. Stone of Independ- ence, Missouri and Launie A. Stone of Roneeverte. Remington 30-30 a 170 Gr. $7.99 a box. Graveside services and burial were 30-06150& t80Gr. uuv a--x at Riverview Cemetery in Ronceverte with Reverend Weston Guthrie officl- World Class Tasco 3-9x40 $89.95 atlng. There was no visitation. Good October 1st thru 12th It was requested that in lieu of flow- ers, any donations of sympathy bc ~d~#~ #~ I1> made to the Activities Fund at the " "" Shenandoah Manor in Roncevcrte. Arrangements were made by Wallace and Wallace Funeral llome in Ron- ceverte. @ PhUlip Matthew StuU Ronceverte --- Phillip Matth~v Stull, 78, died September 26, 1990, in tlumana Hospital Greenbrier Valley vel Rockers after a long illness. He was a member and past deacon and trustee of Ronceverte Bapttst Brown Church. He was an Army veteran of World War It and an employee of Acme Limestone Co. of Fort Spring " Blue with 35 years of service. Surviving are daughters, Jeanne Mauve Campbell of White Sulphur Springs, Drema Stull of Ronceverte; step- daughter, Martha Knighton of Roanoke, Virginia; sons, Phtlltp 'Kim' of Ronceverte, William 'Bill' of Roanoke; stepson, Don Berry of Huntsville, Texas; stster, Nellie An- drews of Roncevcrte; brother, Wil- liam of Freemont, California; 10 '19 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchil- dren. Services were at Ronceverte Baptist Church with Reverend Houston Boothe officiating. Burial was in Riv- erview Cemetery, Roncevertc. Visits- .on at w ,o0o w ,oc matching neral Home in Ronceverte. Jeffrey Scott Trent Ottoman Second Creek -- Jeffrey Scot Trent, 19, died September 27, ]990, at his home, following a long illness, ..... Born May 26, 1971, at Union, he -- was the son of Donald L. and Sharon ..... Nichols Trent of Second Creek. Mr Trent was a member of Bruffey's Memorial United Methodist Church at Hollywood and the Methodist Youth Fellowship and was a lOth- grade homebound student. Other survivors Include a brother, Tlmothy Trent of Second Creek; maternal grandmother, Flora Nichols of Second Creek, and a sister-In-law, Helen Trent of Second Creek. Services were at Hollywood Taber- nacle at Hollywood with Reverends Forest Dorsey, Hertzel Mills and Lawrence Bennett officiating. Burial was in New Lebanon Cemetery at Ptekaway. Visitation was at Broyles-McGuire Funeral Home in Union. noted to West Virginia University Shrine of Hinton, the White Sulphur * Willie Clarence Falls, Human Gift Registry. Visitation was Springs Woman's Club; and was a ~ ember 30, 1990 at a o~ . ~ ~' following a long ill- ]~('R ' Curtis Bryant ' 1901, at Muddy Creek ~ ~ ~ ~as the son of the late - at Garten Ford Says.... A and Phoebe Sheppard retired farmer and ' 1 a member of the oc " ~~ E red ] elters = Trucks TrucV, S ! ed in death by three .~ m, George and Albert Registered and Commercial Angus Ode his wife, Laura Purebred Wye and Graham Breeding Garten Ford has over 20 Trucks in stock, ~; three daughters, ~ .o , , fences) Manktns of Synchronized and Bred to and more arriving dally. , Betty ttoylman of Calving Ease Wye Bulls o steo Fern of Avila in ~.1 F'150, F'250, 4x4,Ranclers, s; two sons, Genc " CONTACT and Roger Falls of Whatever you want, we v e got em at great prices )ride; two brothers, Gary A. Ford, Little Moose Farm Palls,;a sister,bthvioletf MuddYFalls ' Lewisburg, WV 304-647-5147 Just look at this one ,rida; 12 grandchil- t'grandchlldren, and grandchild. " 2-I ~ Jack K. Wallace Fu- ~ ' " ' ' " ! ~urg with Rever- officiaUng. Bur- Was NOW ONLY Memorial Gar- $17,294 $12,760 { at the funeral home. MAIN STREET, DURBIN =, U, :ste~l that in lieu of ~ 12~ Ions of sympathy be ~' .'er Society. Independently Owned and Operated Pogu Sr ' '" == "-" Charles Edman ~ 1 989 Ford F-'2 o,..erl, of Fran.ord, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6th ONLY 50, 4X2, Wheel Basel 33" ter 27. 1990. at a Garton Ford Discount $3934 ... Ford Rebate $600 n',ahosp|tal, following )I:F STATE F 1919 at Frankford. ' tl3 ~' |" ' _91 Based on 11 5 Yo A.p R -~ ! t pe][ xrt 0rttti A0mnth` " , n of t} e late Andrew on everything in stock ' * = aggie Blankenship ~ pproved Creoit only I~, partmentvlrginia, af High-world CASH ONLY Curtis Bryant resides in Lewisburg with his wife Connie, Curtis would like ="g veteran and a H,, , to put you in a new truck from Garten Ford. Come by Garten Ford, or - Church. OWNERS " In death by his CLUB give Curtis a call at 645-,I 891, 1,800-344-5247, 1-703-862-5781== 'ogus. ?" r, ofaSn'Erwin,CharleSNorth nO minimum for 10% discount Follow your frien and neighbors to brothers, Ran- Fogus, all of case lots 15% discount o x" tt Enon BaptistMonday-Saturday 11AM to 7PM :. with Reverend 1629 Main Street Burial was o " Clifto Fo ge Virginia v,o, = Jack K. Wallace ~ n r , urg. ucks-Trucks.Tt Truck: