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10A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, October 25, 1990 Ruby Ferguson Blackwell Staunton, Virginia -- Mrs Ruby Ferguson Blackwell. 70, tOrnwrly of Belle, died October 18, 1990, in Uni- versity of Virginia Medical Centcr, Charlottesville, aftcr a short tllncss. She was a member ofdudson baptist Church. Belle, and a four-year resi- dent of Staunton. SurvMng: sons, J. Gray and J. 13., both of Staunton; daughter, Anna Ix~ Dawkins of Charleston; sisters. Irene ttancock of Tavarcs, Florida, Marjorie Wickllne, Frances South and Olcnna Mac Fury, all of Unkm; brothers, Joe Glover of Morganficld, Kentucky. [lobby Glover and Jackic Glover, both of Evansville, Indiana; six grandchildren. Services were at Fidlcr-Framc Fu- neral llome, belle, with Reverend Joe Kcnaston officiating. Burial was in Montgomery Memorial Park, Lon- don. Visitation was at the funeral home. Virginia Stanley Carden Mllleriville, Maryland -- Mrs Vir- ginia Stanley Carden. 62, formerly of Alderson, dicx! October 12, 1990, at her home, following a long illness. Born Novemb.cr 2, 1927 at Aldcrson, she was the daughter of the late Jess E. and Myrtle 1~'on Stanley. Mrs Carden was of the Methodist faith and was a retired purchaser for the U. S, Coast Guard at Curtis Bay, Maryland. Survivors include a daughter, Sharon Carden of Millersville; three brothers, John Stanley of Bunker I1t11, Charles St;mlcy of Salem, Vir- ginia and Frank Stanley of Martlnsburg; two sisters, Louise Sims of Alderson and Lucy button of Glen Burnie, Maryland. Arrangements were made by Lobban Funer;d 1lone in Alderson. Jeule Rodes Curry Fallaton, Maryland ---Jessie Redes Curry, 76, died October 16, 1990, at Fallston General Hospital. Mrs Curry, daughter of the late George D. and Pearl Stanley Rodes, was born March 2, 1914, at Renick. She taught at Old Post Road School in Abtngdon, Maryland mad at the Montrose School for girls. She was a member of the Prince of Peace Epis- copal Church in Fallston, Maryland. She did volunteer work with Ameri- can Red Cross and the American Heart Association. She was a sup- porter of several wildlife organiza- tions and M.A.D.D. Survivors include a son, George D. R. Curry and his wife, Diane B. Curry of Fallston, two grandchildren, Dawn M. Cohen of Fallston and Pt. George M. Curry of Ft. Bmgg, North Carolina. Scrviecs were at I loward K. McCo- mas I11 Funend I lomc ILA_ Abing~ don, MaiNland. Interment wits at Bcl Air Memorial Gardens, Bcl Air, Mary. land. ('ontribtHions may bc made Io lhe Ilarlord l)ay School Scholarship Fund in tncmory of Jessie R. CurlT, 639 Moores Mills Ro~Ld, Hel Air, Maryland, 21014. Joseph K. Goad Unton -- Joseph K. Goad. 71, died October 17, 1990, in a Prmccton hospital, following a short illness. Born April 24, 1919, at Glamorgan in Wise County, Virginia, he was tile son of the late Richard and Bessie Simpkins Goad. Mr Goad was retired from the Ishmd Creek Coal Compmay at Rtxi Jacket and was a World War II veteran. Survivors include a son, Charles Goad of llardy, Kentucky; a daugh- ter, Rctha L,cster of Newton; a ststcr, Emogcne bates of Tennessee, ,and four grandchildren. Arrangements were made by broyles-McGulre Funeral ltome in Union. Chambers Funeral I lone in Matcwan completed the arrangc- nlcn|s. Ethel A~ Greene Ronceverte -- Ethel A. Greene,99, died October 18, 1990, at Greenbrler Manor in Fairlea. Born November 30, 1891 in Roncev- erte, she was the daughter of the late Commodore Perry Brown mid Sarah El~abeth Mead. Mrs Greene was a lifelong resident of Roncevcrtc and a member of the Fairlca A. R. Presbyterian Church. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs Mary Katherine Alvis of Fairlca; one son, Thomas B. Greene of Burgess, Virginia; six gnmdchildren; 16 great- grandchildren and 13 great-great- grandchildren. Services wcrc at Wallace and Wallaee Funeral Itome in Lewisburg with Rcwercnd Allen Church and Rcv~'r- end Ron boyee officiating, burial fol- lowed in Rivcrview Cemetery in Ron- eevcrte. Vlst "tation was at Wallace and Wal- lace Funeral Home in Lcwisburg. David Alvin 1.egg Charmco -- David Alvin lx'gg. 77. died October 15, 1990, in a Fairlea hospital, following a long illness. born July 27, 1913, at Vaughn, he was the son of the'late Robert Ix-e and Sarah Ellen Jarrctt Legg. Mr Legg was of the baptist faith, a retired coal miner and was a mem- ber of the UMW. Survivors include his wife-, Texie Gay Hamm Legg; four daughters, Verctta Prlcc of Marioh, Indiana, Veljcan Hestcr of Orwell, Ohio, Nancy Zim- \ t Solid Bra/~s Gandleholder Six-Piece Steal Kmle Set Glass Pie Baker ~.~ Weather Thermometer Now is the time to start saving for Christmas 1991. Set aside as little as S1 a week in a Christmas Club at The First National Bank, You'll earn 5% and be a step ahead of holiday expenses next year. When you open your 1991 Christmas Club, we've got free gifts for you...choose from an elegant brass candleholder, a six-piece steak knife set, a glass pie baker or a classic weather thermometer. Our giRs to you for banking at your First and Forever Bank. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. IN RONCEvERTE Man Office One Cedar street. RonceveFte 6ti7.JI,500 Lewzsburg Office: 219 North Lew~sbu~ 6,1~7-8051 Member FDIC merman of MeRoss and Karcn Mc~lclland of flints: five sons, Ken ncth IA2gg Of CalltOll, Ohio, Jimmy and Gary l.,-'gg, both of Charmco, l,k)bcrt lx-gg of Orient Ilill and l.'~aI~ klin Ix'KR of Ix'nior. Norlh t';uoliua: a sister, Blalwhc Church el Crichton; a brotttcr, Elmo Ixrt~ el Clintonvilh': several llicec.% alld Ilcphc\vs: 22 grandc}lildlt.ll; st-yen step grandchil dren; and 15 glvat t~randchiktrcn. Harry Mason McDaniel, Jr. Springfield, Massachusetts -- ltarry Mason McDanicl, Jr., 79, died October 15, 1990, in a Sprim{ficM hospital after ix short illness: Born August 29, 1911 to the late llarry Mason McDaniel, St. alld Gel-- trud lx, ona Mcl)aniel. I lc attended West Virginia State College and served in the U. S. Navy during World War ti. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs Virginia Jones of l)etmit, Michigan mid Madeline McDanicl of Roneev- crtc; several nieces and nephews. Service was held in V Chapel in Springfield. Helen Hedrick Meadows Lindside -- Mrs tleh.n lh:drick Meadows, 66, died October 20, 1990, in a Ronccvcrtc hospital. Born M~kv 6, 1924, at Greenville, she was the daughter of the late Clar- ence C. mM Mary Reed 1 ledrick. Mrs Meadows spent most of her lift" in the 1.indsidc-Grccnvillc area, was a member of the Grccnville United Methodist Church, was employed its a social worker ior Region 1 [qanning I)evclopmcnt ill Monroe County, aim was it mc mbc r o f the A.A. [~. tL She was prct.'cded iI1 death by' hcI- first husband, Vernon Wickline aim her second husband, Johnnie Mead OWS. Survivors include three sons, Edmund Kay Wicklinc of Grecnvilhh Larry V. Wickline of Union and benny Wickline of Lindsidc; two daughters, Karen J. tJradlcy and Jhanna IAvely, both of Lmdsidc; two brothers, Clark l lcdriek of Lansing and Kylc lfcdrick of Butler, Ken- tucky; a sister, Vivian lx)ng of Green- villc and six grandchildren. Services were at Greenville United Methodist Church wilh Reverend llughlyn Wilson officiatmg. Burial was in Greenville Clmnrh Cemetery. Visitation was at,Ihoyles Funeral Home in Peterstown and at the church one hour prior to services. Frances Morris Crawley -- Mrs Frances Morris, 82, died Octolxw 20, 1990, at the home of her daughter. Nola Schooleraft of Cnnvley, after a long Illness. Also surviving: daughters, Einma Price of South Charleston, I)orothy Cogar of Summersvillc. do Ellen ltolt of Ronceverte, Rose l lelen Davis of Marmet, ~tne Pritt of Kingwood; sons. Bobby, Kcnnit. Carnmn, all of IAzemores. l)arrcll of Bentrec, Wcl- don "Buckshot" of Amherst. Ohio: sisters, Betty Moore and llenc Sizcm- ore, both of Bentrce, Veda l~txton of Faycttcville. Monied [x'gg of lndorc. Eugcnea Osborne of Dixie; brothers. Leroy Moore of Alexandria. Virginia. (;cor~c Moorc of itcnircc, ,1. i], Moolc of Mount Ncbo: 22 ~randchil hcH 23 ~4Ical aland