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October 11, 1990

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8A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 11, 1990 Willie Clarence Falls Lewisburg -- Willie Clarence F'alls, 89, died Sunday, September 30 t990, in lturnana tlospltatGrcen~ bncr Valley, F'airlca, aftcJr a long ill- Iless. lie was a retired tarmcr and carpen- ter, and member of James Chapel Church. Surviving: wile, Laura Shepherd Fails; daughters, Frances Mankins ol Sunbury, Ohio, Betty lloylnlan ol l;airlca, Gusteo Fern of Houston; sons, Gone of Florida, Roger ol ltomestead, Florida: brothers, Joc and Rotx~rt, both of l~wisburg; sis- ter, Violet Falls of llialcah, Fk)rida; 12 grandchildren; four great-ttmnd- children: one great-/4rcat-ftrand~'hild. !~i: 1990 FACTORY Services wcrc at Jack K Wallace t:u neItl] I lome, [x'wisburg, with Revcr end Jack K. Wallace olTiciating. Ihir ial was in Greenhril'r Memorial Gar dens, Caldwetl, Visitation was at the funeral home. The family suggested donatkms o[ sympathy be made to Amcrican Cane}er Society. Io Belle Fox Rainelle -- Mrs 1o Ikqle Fox, 82, died October 8, 1990, in Ilumana llospital~Grecnbrier Valley, Fairh:a. after a long illness. She was a homemaker and a [3ap fist. SuPiving son Calvin of Waynesburg, Pennsylvania; half-sisters, Cleo Cav- endish of Ilinton, Ednh Winals ot McRoss, Mm~ Adkins of Charmco: half-brother, Willard Burdcttc of Rupert; three grandchildren: one ~:eat -grandchild, ervk:es we.re at Smathcrs Funeral llome, Ratinclle. Burial was in Pathm Memorial Ccmctcw, Meadow 13ridge. Visitation was at the funeral home. p, Theressa Black Lee B. Core, White Sulphur Springs; two Tampa Bay, Florida .... Mrs Thor aunts, Mrs I,ottic Dugger, Willie essa Bhtck Lee died September 27, Sulphur Springs and Mrs Fannyc I.. 1990 in a Tampa Bay llospital, lk)rn Mitchell, .%Vhite Sulphur Springs; May 19, 1916 in Carthage, North ffmr grandchiMrcn, 11 cousins, mid Carolina, she was the daughter of a host of nieces and nephews. the late Kenneth arid Jessie L. Black. She was of the [:laptist Faith and at tin early age was baptized in llow- Richard M. Arbogast ards Creek ller elirly school years Droop -- Riehard 191ichacl Arbogast, were spent in Greenbricr County. 14, died October 1, 19.90, at a Char She was preceded in death by her leston hospital, following a ~unshot husband, Mr Theodore l.ee, who served in the U S. Navy. One son, Theodore Ix'e, ,Jr who also served in the MilitaW. Mrs lx*e was it retired bank employee in Tampa Bay, Florida. Surviw)rs include: two SOILS, Medford lx~e, Ixluisvillc, Kentueky and Natha- niel Lec, T;inlpli Bay, Florida; two brothers, Robert 9. Black, AI- lcghany, Virginia and tlarry K. Black, institute; three sisters, Mrs t lortcnse Casey, Newark, New Jer- sey, Mrs Geraldine Yarborough, Newark, New Jersey and Mrs Ruth Julie Ann and lk'cky Artx)gast, both at home; nlatcrnal grandmother, Jean M Gurskk" of l~lkewo(M, Ohio; {)~ilcrlxal grandnlothcr, Nellie S. Ar- ~ot~;tst ol Ill isboro and nlatcrnal grc,it-grandparcnts, Frank and Ethel ltushinski of Shamokin, Pennsylva- nia. Set'vices wcrc at VanRccnen Funeral ] Iomc in MarlmtolL Burial was ill Ar bowdc Cemetery at Arbovalc. Visitation was at the funeral honm. wound, according to the Pocatlontas I)mop. CounW SherifFs l)epartment. 13orn September 14, 1976, at Elkins, Hyle Loury t he was the son ol Alan Michael Ar- bogast of [~elthoud, Colorado aim Mmnehaha Springer -- ltyle [Joury, Darlene J. Gurskie Arbogast of 81, died October 2, 1990, at a Mar- linton hospital, follo,adng a long ill- Mr Arbogast was a student at llillsboro Middle School and at tended the 13rethrcn Cbureh. llc wits prcx'eded in death by his nla ternal grandfather, Jerome George Gurskie alld paternal grandfather, Charles 1I. Arbogast. Other survivors include two sisters, Mrs llattie MeClar and Mrs Colleen erte; two sons, William ford, North Carolina of Goldsboro, North grandchildren and 10 children. Services were at Church with Boothe officiating. Bur Jay Cemctcly at Visitation was at l.on l Iomc in Fort Spring. ncss, Born September 8, 1909, at tlun- Icrsviltc, hc was the son of the late Jacob and Eva Ruth l.ou~,. Mr Loury was a retired U. S. Civil Set,dec cmph)yec, having worked in Wnshingtor~, I).C. Mr lxmry was a Mason. lie wits preetxted in death by three brothers. Survivors include a brother, Gcnc lxmry of Melbourne, Florida; a sister, Christine Criplivcr of Minnchaha Springs, and several nieces and ncss. nephews including Mrs Roger A. Born April 16, 1911, at [tOOlXe. she was the dau Scrvqces were at VanReencn Funeral Marshall and Itome in Marlinton with Reverend Smith lIedrick. Virgil Shradcr officiating. Buriifl was Mrs Wright was of in 1 luntcrsville Cemetery. faith and a homemaker. Visitation was at the funeral home. She was preceded in d husband, Lewis 1978; a sister, l L'~z.el Situs W. Miller brother Ix'wis l ledriek. Roneeverte --- Situs W. Miller, 100, Survivors include three died October 2, 1990, in a Becklcy Vonna Wiekline of hospihtl, following a long illness. Mdine Wells of !3orn March 24, 1890, at Pipestem nia, and Kathy Massie he w;~s the son ot the late Nathaniel sons, Marshall tlinkle ;uld Sarah W. Miller. Jimtes t linkle at home; a Mr Miller was a member of the Ron- cevcrte Baptist Church and was a re- tired farmer. lie was preecxted in death by one son, James Miller and two infant Steve Gilbert Whitt Caldwell -- Steve Gilbert died October 7, 1990, tcrcd in an automobile Survivor: son, Shane Ewmsville, Indiana. Services were at ncral l lomc, Lewisbur end l loward Clayton o ial was in Greenbrier dens, lx'wisburg. the funeral home. daughters. Stlrvivors include his wife, Iwl W. Miller of Ronccvertc; two daughters, Carmen Smith Clintonville -- Mrs Wright, 79, died October Fairlea hospital, followinga len Cruse of children; 17 great- one grcat- Graveside services were Chapel Cemetery at Clil Reverend Leroy Crane Visitation was at WallaCe lace Funeral I lon-ie in aod Itll to ~Of Call ted , j~/ I @ .._TZ-~--- -_ 7 -_ 9 5th Annual er Diamond auto, air, ores, T/C, solid red. l rleed JEEP C OKEE 4X4 1988 TOYOTA, 1 owner, low miles., clean ....................... $II 995 must see .... -.-. ................................................... t ................................................ $9,995 All Diamond Jewelry Off All 14K-Gold Chains Off % All Seiko & Citizen Watches 20%0" Thurs. - Oct 18th Fri. - Oct 19th Sat. - Oct 20th 9 am-7 pm 9 am-7 pm 9 am-7 pm Lw.b. V-8, 4 spd., bed liner, I owner ...... S9 995 Lay-A way Available with 25% down. auto, alr 4 cyl. auto, p.s.. radlo & heater, 1976 FORD 2 302 V-8 engine, auto, tear seat, I ow/ler, ...... ~ ,'~ ......... 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