MISCELLANEOUS OBITUARIES
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WILLIAM F. HEALY DIES SUNDAY;
WAS ILL ABOUT A YEAR September 30,1928

Death Follows Closely Upon That of His Brother, John K. Healy
William F. ("Punk") Healy, 50 years old, of the John K. Healy company, died
at 3:30 a.m. Sunday at Providence hospital following a long illness. His
death comes closely upon that of his brother John who died at Salem, Ore.,
July 26, where he went with his racing stable. Mr. Healy was born in
Alpena, Mich., and had resided in Everett 27 years.
With the exception of five years spent as a member of the Everett Fire
department, Mr. Healy was associated with his brothers John K., and Charles
A., in the Whitmore avenue firm. His service on the fire department was
under Chief Kingsley and W.A. Taro. Mr. Healy was stricken last December
and on May 26 was forced to give up his duties with the company. He felt
keenly the death of his brother and this appeared to be a turning point in
his illness.
"Punk" Healy was a close follower of the racing circuits and associated
with his brother, John K., in entering harness and running horses in the
many Northwest meets. He is survived by his brother Charles A. Healy; two
cousins, Jack Healy of Arlington and Mrs. George Purdy of Seattle, and a
niece, Mrs. Royce Brier of San Francisco. The body is at the mortuary of
John F. Jerread. It will be removed to the C.A.Healy residence, 2405
Rucker avenue, today, Monday. Funeral services will be held Tuesday
morning at 9 o'clock at the Bayside Catholic church, the Rev. Father
Francis Jones officiating. Interment will be in Evergreen cemetery beside
his brother.

MISS BURLEIGH F. BROWN January 7, 1737

Miss Burleigh F. Brown, 44 years old, died at an Everett hospital Wednesday
evening after a short illness. For twenty years she was a teacher at the
Willard school in Spokane, coming to Everett in November. She leaves her
mother, Mrs. Clara Brown of Cenetraila; brothers, Zack B. Brown of Grants
Pass, Ore.; Charles G. Brown of Rochester; sisters, Mrs. Robert W. Hunt of
Beverly Park; Mrs. Bertha Egbert of Sand Point, Idaho; Mrs. John Dirks of
Roof, and Mrs. F.A. Rell of Redmond. Funeral services for Miss. Brown will
be held at the chapel of Challacombe & Fickel at 3 p.m. Friday. The Rev.
H.W. Jamison will conduct the service. Interment will be in the family
plot at Centralia Saturday afternoon at 1:30 p.m.



Georgia
DATE: Dec 09 1999
Butler - Allie Joyner Wainwright of Route 2 died Monday at her residence.
She was a 90-year-old homemaker.
Services will be held at 3 p.m. today in Midway Baptist Church in Taylor
County. Burial will be in Midway Cemetery in Taylor County. The Rev. Ben
Guined will officiate.

A Crawford County native, Mrs. Wainwright lived in Taylor County most of
her life. She was a member of Midway Baptist Church.

Survivors include seven sons, John C. Wainwright of Macon, W.F. Wainwright,
Bobby Wainwright and Eugene Wainwright, all of Thomaston, Walter Wainwright
and Milton Wainwright, both of Butler, and Fred Wainwright of Warner Robins;
five daughters, Lannis Shine and Mary Ann Clark, both of Butler, Lila Pearl
Winters of Ellaville, Etta Sprayberry and Martha Hulette, both of Macon; a
brother, Ernest Joyner of Reynolds; three sisters, Bertha Hinton of
Columbus, Wilma Melvin of Forsyth and Louise Harris of Reynolds; 31
grandchildren, 58 great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren.

Goddard Funeral Home in Reynolds has charge of arrangements.



From The LaFollette Press 9 Dec 1999

MARY REBECCA "Gypsy" BRANSCOM, 91, of Lake City, died Monday, December 6 at
the LaFollette Medical Center. She was a retired school teacher. She was
preceded in death by; husband, Robert K. "Bob" Branscom. Visitation will be
today (Thursday), December 9 from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Cox-Martin Funeral
Home. Funeral services will be held Friday, December 10 at the United
Methodist Church of Lake City with Rev. Sam Johnson and Rev. James R. Bailes
officiating. Interment will follow in the Leach Cemetery.

TILLMAN CHITWOOD, 77 of Speedwell died Wednesday, December 1 at Fort Sanders
Hospital in Knoxville. He was a World War II Veteran. He was preceded in
death by; wife, Flora Chitwood; parents, Barney and Nancy Blankenship
Chitwood. Graveside funeral services were held Saturday, December 4 with Rev.
James Branscomb. Interment followed in Douglas Cemetery, Jellico. Roach
Funeral Home of LaFollette in charge of arrangements.

COREY JAMES COLLINS, age 3, of Clinton, died Friday, December 3 at his home.
He touched many lives.
He was preceded in death by; grandfather, Blaine Lawson; great-grandmothers,
Martha Ammons, and Reba Barnard. Survivors include; parents, Clifford , Jr.,
and Drema Collins of Clinton. Grandmother, Carol Lawson of Clinton;
grandparents, Charlsie and Clifford Collins, Sr. of Powell. Funeral services
were held Sunday, December 5 in Cox-Martin Funeral Home Chapel with Rev.
Robert Adkins, Rev. Joe Copeland, and Rev. Curtis Akers officiating.
Interment followed Monday, December 6 in Oak Ridge Memorial Gardens.

MARY WEST ELLIS, 92, formerly of Scott County, died Wednesday, December 1 in
Marion, Indiana. She was preceded in death by; parents, William and Julia Ann
Goad West; husband, Archie D. Ellis. Funeral services were held Saturday,
December 4 at the West-Murley Funeral Home with Rev. Greg Keeton officiating
Interment followed Sunday, December 5 with a graveside service in the
BlackCreek Crossroads Cemetery.

BOB JOHNSON, 63, of Black Oak, Kentucky, died Sunday, December 5 at his home.
He is survived by; wife, Judith A. Johnson; mother, Mossie Carroll of Dalton,
Georgia. Funeral services were held Tuesday, December 7 at Harp Funeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Danny Wayne Davis and Rev. David Morgan officiating.
Interment followed Wednesday, December 8 in Douglas Cemetery.

JAMES KIRBY, 78, of Indianapolis, Indiana, formerly of Caryville, died
Friday, December 3 at St. Vincent Hospital. He was a member of the National
Rifle Association, a World War II Veteran, and was a retired self-employed
construction worker. He was preceded in death by; wife, Gail I. Gausmann.
Cremation services were held Sunday, December 5 at Feeney-Hornak Keystone
Mortuary.

CAID PARTON, 89, of Middlesboro, Kentucky, died Saturday, December 4 at the
Middlesboro Appalachian Regional Hospital. He was preceded in death by;
parents, Carlo and Melinda Alford Partin. Survivors include; wife, Rachel
Elizabeth Luckadoo Partin Funeral services were held Monday, December 6 at
Reece Valley Chapel with Rev. Deboyce Givens and Rev. Jim Cheek officiating.
Interment followed in the Green Hills Cemetery.

ETHEL G. WOODS, 96, of Lake City, died Monday, December 6 at the residence of
her granddaughter. She worked at D&W restaurant for thirty years. Funeral
services will be held today (Thursday), December 9 at 8 p.m. at the
Cox-Martin Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Leonard Dabney and Rev. johnny
Dabney officiating. Visitation will be from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. before the
funeral. Interment will follow at 11 a.m. Friday, December 10 in Longfield
Cemetery.



From The Knoxville News Sentinel 9 Dec 1999

FORD, ANGES MARIE ORICK - age 73 of LaFollette, passed away Wednesday,
December 8 , 1999 at the LaFollette Medical Center. She was preceded in death
by parents, Sam and Mae Orick; husband, Roy Ford; son, Joe Ford; sister,
Geneva McNeeley; and great grandson, Zachery Hicks. Survived by daughter and
sons in law, Shirley Henson, LaFollette, Linda Farmer and Rhonda Chapman,
Speedwell, Debbie and Arthur Boshears of LaFollette; sons and daughters in
law, Mike and Dorothy Ford, Speedwell, Jeff and Missy Ford, LaFollette, Lynn
and Helen Hicks of Hazel Park, Mich., Jerry and Charlotte Hichks of
Briceville, Tommy and Melissa Hicks, Maryville; sister, Hazel Phillips,
Vasper; brothers, Clarence, Rosevelt, Bob and Sammy Orick all of LaFollette;
14 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
Funeral service 2 p.m. Friday, December 10, 1999 at the Pine Grove Baptist
Church Speedwell, Tenn. Interment Sunrise Cemetery, LaFollette, Tenn. with
Rev. Charles Goins and Rev. David Hicks officiating. Friends may call
Thursday December 9 from 7-9 p.m. at the Roach Funeral Home.



ROY W. WOODRUFF May 25, 1945

Word has been received by Mrs. Emma Farrington Hargis of Route Three
Everett that her son, Sgt. Roy W. Woodruff, was killed in action April 27
on Okinawa. Sgt Woodfuff went into the service in January, 1942, and
received his basic training at the Armored Forces School at Fort Knox, Ky.
He was sent overseas in May of that year, assigned to the 763rd Tank
Battalion at Hawaii.
He saw action in the Philippines campaign and was with the 96th Division
at Okinawa when he was killed.
Memorial services will be held at 4 p.m. June 10 at Trinity Episcopal Church.
In addition to his mother, Sgt. Woodruff is survived by his sister, Mrs.
Alice Fournier, 3931 Smith Avenue, and a brother, Alfred, of Republic.
He was born October 13, 1917, at Newport. He was a graduate of Everett
High School and also was a part-time student at Everett Junior college. He
was a member of Section one, RD 12247 Technocracy, Inc. Prier to entering
the service he was employed by the Walice Plywood company.

SGT. ROY W. WOODRUFF

The remains of the late Sgt, Roy W. Woodruff who was killed at Okinawa
April 27, 1945, will arrive in Everett late Tuesday. Sgt. Woodruff entered
the service in January, 1942, and received his basic training the Armored
Forces School at Fort Knox, Ky. He was sent overseas in May of that year,
assigned to the 763rd Tank Battalion at Hawaii. He saw action in the
Philippines campaign and was with the 96th Division at Okinawa at the time
of his death. In addition to his mother, Sgt. Woodruff is survived by his
sister, Mrs. Alice Fournier, 3931 Smith Avenue, and a brother, Alfred, of
Republic; and his grandmother, Mrs. Anna Faber of Route Three Everett.
Funeral services will be Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the funeral
home of Purdy and Walters. The Rev. Elroy Shikles of the First Baptist
Church will officiate. Burial will be in Cypress Lawn Cemetery. Old Guard
Post No. 2100, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will furnish military honors.



EDWARD KLINES VICTIMS OF MOTOR CRASH April 30, 1940

Edward Kline, paper mill executive, was reported fatally injured and Mrs.
Kline, the former Marion Scott of Everett, seriously injured in an
automobile accident Monday evening near Fernandina, Florida, according to
word received Monday evening by Mrs. Arthur A. Scott, mother of Mrs.Kline.
Mrs. Scott left early Tuesday morning for Florida by airplane.
Details of the accident were not contained in the message received by Mrs.
Scott by telephone. Mrs. Kline is reported to have incurred fracture of
both legs and a head injury. Word received here later in the morning
indicated that bone specialists had been summoned from New York city.
From the many messages arriving here during the morning it was indicated
that Mrs. Kline is in a Brunswick, Georgia, hospital. Brunswick is a short
distance north of Fernandina. It was believed that they were returning to
their home when the crash occurred. In the car ahead of the Kline machine
was said to have been an executive of Crown Zellerbach, with which Mr.
Kline is affiliated.
Mr. and Mrs. Kline formerly resided in Port Angeles and moved to
Fernandina several years ago. She is the daughter of the late Arthur A.
Scott, resident manager of the Crown Lumber company that operated at
Mukilteo. Mr. and Mrs. Kline have one child, a son.
Word reaching here from Port Angeles said that Myron Scott, brother of
Mrs. Kline, with the Crown Zellerbach corporation, expected to leave there
this afternoon for Florida.

MRS. KLINE DIES OF CRASH INJURY May 2, 1940

Word was reached in Everett Wednesday afternoon from the Rayonier mill in
Port Angeles of the death of Mrs. Edward Kline of Fernandina, Fla., the
former Marion Scott of Everett, from injuries received in the auto accident
which took her husband's life Monday night. Mrs. Kline was the daughter of
Mrs. Arthur A. Scott of Everett, who left Tuesday morning for Florida. A
brother, Myron Scott, of Port Angeles, left Tuesday afternoon. The Klines
had one son, Scott.

CRASH VICTIM May 4, 1940

Injured in an automobile crash in Southern Georgia Monday night, Mrs.
Edward T. Kline of Fernandino, Florida, daughter of Mrs.A.A. Scott of
Everett, died at Brunswick, Ga., Wednesday. The Accident also took the
life of her husband resident manager of the Rayonier corporation's mill in
Fernandino.

KLINE FUNERAL RITES ARE HELD FRIDAY

Funeral services for Mr. and Mrs.Edward T. Kline (Marion Scott), of
Fernandina, Fla., were held at 4 o'clock (EST) at Fernandina, according to
word received by Everett friends from Myron Scott of Port Angeles, brother
of Mrs. Kline. Mr. Scott's message also stated that after services in
Fernandina, the bodies will be taken to Topeka, Kan., where services also
will be held. It is understood the bodies will be brought to the coast for
interment. Mr. and Mrs. Kline died from injuries received in an automobile
accident Monday. Mrs. Kline's mother, Mrs. Arthur A. Scott of Everett, and
a son, Scott Kline, also survive. Mrs. Scott went to Florida by air
Tuesday morning.



Winn Parish Enterprise: Nov 2, 1944

DEATH CLAIMS ROBERT B. JORDAN
Funeral services for Robert B. Jordan, 54, of Tullos, La; who succumbed in
Alexandria Oct. 29, 1944, were held Oct. 30 at Guin Cemetery under the
direction of Southern Funeral Home. The Rev. Doughty, pastor of the Cross
Roads church, was in charge of the services.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ida Jordan, and the following children: Jewel
Couch, J. C. Jordan, Ira Jordan and Betty Jordan, all of Tullos' Lois Welch
of Urania, La. and Pvt. Robert Jordan of Kingman, Ariz. He also leaves his
father, Thomas J. Jordan, one brother, Eli Jordan, and one sister, Mrs. Ella
Killen.



Louisiana
Mrs. Leola Leggett

Mrs. Leola Leggett, 65, of Hornbeck died Thursday, Jan. 14 at IHS of
Many Nursing Center after a brief illness.

Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 17 at Rose-Neath
Funeral Home Chapel in Many with interment following at Ft. Jesup
Cemetery in Many. The Rev. Steve Lora, associated pastor of the First
United Pentecostal in Hornbeck officiated and the Rev. Doyle Carpenter,
pastor of the First United Pentacostal Church in Hornbeck assisted.

Mrs. Leggett was born in Vowells Mill Community in Natchitoches
Parish. She was a former resident of Fisher.

Survivors include her husband, J. D. Leggett of Hornbeck; three
sisters, Cordia M. Holland, Eula V. Holland and Dorothy Holland, all
of Provencal; and numerous nieces, nephews and many friends.

Pallbearers were R. E. Parker, Curtis Leggett, David Fuerst, Ross
Parker, Leroy Holland and Truman Leace.

Rose-Neath Funeral Home Many, La. 

Miss Mattie Pate

Miss Mattie Pate, 94, died Saturday, April 24 in Alexandria.

Graveside services were held at 3 p.m. Monday, April 26 at The Many
Cemetery. Dr. Earl Guin and Dr. Ed Scott officiated.

Miss Pate was born in Hornbeck on Oct. 17, 1905.

Survivors include three nieces, Evelyn McNeely of Many, Marion Macon
and husband, Jim of Williamsburg, Va. and Jamie Lee Pate of Memphis,
Tenn, and four nephews, Dr. James F. Pate and wife, Carolyn of
Alexandria, Dr. Robert Lafargue and wife, Rose Mary of Shreveport,
Dr. Wiley Price of Greenwood, S. C. and Lester Price and wife, Ruth
of Pine Bluff, AR.

Mr. A. J. "Haywire" Wilson

Mr. A. J. "Haywire" Wilson, 66, died Wednesday, June 2, 1999 in
Leesville.

"Haywire" was born in Toro and served in the U.S. Navy. He worked
as a logger and a school custodian.

Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 4 at Oak Grove
Bible Baptist Church in Hornbeck with interment following at Oak Grove
Cemetery. The Rev. Kenneth Baggs and the Rev. Ted Cabra officiated.

Survivors include his widow, Evon Wilson of Hornbeck; one son, R. J.
Wilson of Hornbeck; two daughters, Shari Basco of Leesville and
Stephanie Rubar of Hornbeck; four brothers, E. J. "Buck" Wilson and
Wilbur Wilson, both of Hornbeck, Troy Wilson of Longville and Kenny
Wilson of Sour Lake, Texas; six sisters, Evaleen Wilson, Sandra Owers
and Nell Cunningham, all of Hornbeck, Eloise Arthur of Minden, Mattie
Browning of Dodson and Mary Royals of Alvarado, Texas; and nine
grandchildren. Mr. Wilson was preceded in death by his daughter,
Glenda Sue Wilson.

Beauregard-Vernon Funeral Home Leesville, La.



George W. Byrd

George W. Byrd, 96 of Robeline, died in Schumpert Medical Center in
Shreveport on Monday, Dec. 29, at 4:25 a.m. Mr. Byrd died following
a lenghty illness. 

Minnie H. Maines

Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie H. Maines, 77, of Goldonna were at
2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 2 at the Southern Funeral Home Chapel in Winnfield.

Mrs. Maines died in the Winnfield General Hosptial on Wednesday, Dec.
31,1980.

Conducting the funeral services was the Rev. Kenneth Gibson.
Burial was in the Goldonna Cemetery.

Mrs. Maines was a former Many resident.

Survivors include her husband, Tom Maines, one son, Lavella Maines,
one grandson, Gary Maines, all of Goldonna; and one sister, Mrs. Frank
Eason of Many.

Attending the funeral were Mrs. Maines' uncle, Walter Cole his son,
Sheriff Aubrey Cole of Jasper, Tex., Mack Cole of Kirbyville, Tex.;
and a host of relatives and friends from Homer, Shreveport, and Baton
Rouge. Pallbearers were Donnie Barnett, Red Latham, Gary Maines,
Larry Lowrey, Morris Leeper and Jason Bedgood. 

Mr. John Edward Bostic

Mr. John Edward Bostic, 68, of Marthaville died Thursday, Oct. 21,
1999 at his residence.

Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 23 at Warren
Meadows Chapel with interment following at Spring Ridge Cemetery. The
Rev. Doug Clements and Bro. Glen Howard officiated.

Survivors include his widow of 46 years Linda Bostic of Pleasant
Hill; two daughters Patricia Lawrence of Shreveport and Marcia lsgitt
and husband Richard of Belmont; one son, John Mark Bostic and wife
Janice of Monterey; one brother, Robert Bostic of Dry Branch, West Va.;
five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Mr. Bostic was
preceded in death by his mother, Sarah Haynes, and one granddaughter,
Jennifer Bostic.

Warren Meadows Many, La. 

Homer Cobb, 70, of Robeline died Saturday, March 13 at his residence.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday, March 15 at Rocky Mount
Methodist Church. Burial followed at Robeline Cemetery. Services were
under the direction of Warren Meadows Funeral Home. 

Mrs. Myrtle S. Jabbia

Mrs. Myrtle S. Jabbia, 79, of Natchitoches died Sunday, June 13,
1999 at her son's residence in Denham Springs.

Mrs. Jabbia was a retired beautician. She was a member of Immaculate
Conception Catholic Church in Natchitoches. She was a teacher of
cosmetology at the LA state school for girls in Alexandria. She was
also a members of the Association for the Preservation for Historic
Natchitoches the Catholic Daughters of America.

Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 16 at
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Natchitoches with interment
following at Memory Lawn Cemetery in Natchitoches. Father Ken Roy will
officiate.

Survivors include her husband, John Jabbia, Sr. of Natchitoches; one
son and daughter-in-law, John Jr. and Mari Jabbia of Denham Springs;
two grandchildren, Brandon and Christen Jabbia; two brothers-in-law,
V. A. and Joe Jabbia; four sisters-in-law, Rosa J. Leone, Corrine
Digilormo, Mamie Leone Jabbia and Laura Leone Jabbia; and numerous
nieces and nephews. Mrs. Jabbia was preceded in death by parents,
Wesley I, and Pauline Small Snell; one sister, Maggie S. Norris; and
three brothers, Wesley, William and J. B. Snell.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 4919
Jamestown Ave., Suite 104, Baton Rouge, La. 70808.

Seale Funeral Service Denham Springs, La. 

Mrs. Myrtle S. Jabbia

Mrs. Myrtle S. Jabbia, 79, of Natchitoches died Sunday, June 13,
1999 at her son's residence in Denham Springs.

Mrs. Jabbia was a retired beautician. She was a member of Immaculate
Conception Catholic Church in Natchitoches. She was a teacher of
cosmetology at the LA state school for girls in Alexandria. She was
also a members of the Association for the Preservation for Historic
Natchitoches and the Catholic Daughters of America.

Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 16 at
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Natchitoches with interment
following at Memory Lawn Cemetery in Natchitoches. Father Ken Roy
officiated.

Survivors include her husband, John Jabbia, Sr. of Natchitoches; one
son and daughter-in-law, John Jr. and Mari Jabbia of Denham Springs;
two grandchildren, Brandon and Christen Jabbia; two brothers-in-law,
V. A. and Joe Jabbia; four sisters-in-law, Rosa J. Leone, Corrine
Digilormo, Mamie Leone Jabbia and Laura Leone Jabbia; five nieces,
Barbara Ann Snell and Polly Dappen, both of Many, Rosie Gary of
Bossier City, Mary Ruth Lites of Alexandria and Geraldine Poploski
of Jackson, Tenn.; and two nephews, William Snell of Many and Jere
Snell of Center, Texas. Mrs. Jabbia was preceded in death by parents,
Wesley I, and Pauline Small Snell; one sister, Maggie S. Norris; and
three brothers, Wesley, William and J. B. Snell.

Pallbearers were Brandon Jabbia, Peter M. Jabbia, Todd C. Jabbia,
Bill Jonson, Pete Leone and Jere Snell. Honorary pallbearers were
Houston Boyt, Don Brown Dominique Digilormo, Rep. Jimmy D. Long, Pety
Perot and Greg Weatherford.

Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 4919
Jamestown Ave., Suite 104, Baton Rouge, La. 70808.

Seale Funeral Service Denham Springs, La. 

Mrs. Leola Leggett

Mrs. Leola Leggett, 65, of Hornbeck died Thursday, Jan. 14 at IHS of
Many Nursing Center after a brief illness.

Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 17 at Rose-Neath
Funeral Home Chapel in Many with interment following at Ft. Jesup
Cemetery in Many. The Rev. Steve Lora, associated pastor of the First
United Pentecostal in Hornbeck officiated and the Rev. Doyle Carpenter,
pastor of the First United Pentacostal Church in Hornbeck assisted.

Mrs. Leggett was born in Vowells Mill Community in Natchitoches
Parish. She was a former resident of Fisher.

Survivors include her husband, J. D. Leggett of Hornbeck; three
sisters, Cordia M. Holland, Eula V. Holland and Dorothy Holland, all
of Provencal; and numerous nieces, nephews and many friends.

Pallbearers were R. E. Parker, Curtis Leggett, David Fuerst, Ross
Parker, Leroy Holland and Truman Leace.

Rose-Neath Funeral Home Many, La. 

Mr. William Edward Moore

Mr. William Edward "Ed" Moore, 95, of Marthaville died Wednesday,
Oct. 20, 1999 at Summitt Hospital in Bossier City.

Funeral services were held at at Blanchard St. Denis Chapel in
Natchitoches Friday, Oct. 22 with interment following at Central
Cemetery in Robeline. The Rev. Wallace Byrd officiated.

Mr. Moore was a native and lifelong resident of Marthaville. He was
a 1928 graduate of Marthaville High School and was proud that all vie
of his children graduated from his alma mater. In 1934 he became the
owner and operator of Moore's Gulf Station in Marthaville. When he
retired in 1991, he received an award for 57 years of service. He was
also a cattleman, farmer and a timberman. He drove a Natchitoches
Parish school bus for a number of years. He was a member of the Ajax
Masonic Lodge F&AM where he was past worshipful master and the
Natchitoches Chapter no. 13 order of the Eastern Star.

Mr. Moore was an avid hunter and fisherman who enjoyed the piney and
hardwood forest of Natchitoches Parish. Above all else, Mr. Moore was
a wonderful husband and father. Mr. Moore was a devoted husband and
father who led a good life and leaves behind the legacy of his years
well spent.

Survivors include his widow of 61 years, Opal Cassady Moore; his
sons and daughters and their spouses, David Ann Anna Moore, of
Keithville, Keith and Linda Moore of Shreveport, Sharon McCaskill of
Bossier, Kathy and Mike Mawhinney of Shreveport, and Beth and Joe
Rains of Baton Rouge; one brother, Don Moore of Phoenix, Ariz; three
sisters, Ethel Wyatt of Belmont, Clarice Rains Procell of Haughton,
Vera McGee of Marthaville and Daisy Hillard of Tuscon Ariz.; seven
grandchildren, Darryl Rains, Karen McCaskill Ware, Stacy Rains Byrd,
Susan Rains Perkins, Melonee McCaskill, Christa Moore, and Mac Moore;
nine great-grandchildren, Janet and Corie Abadie, Sarah Rains,
Mackenzie and Kameryn Byrd, Garrett Perkins and Nathan, Luke and
Andrew Ware.

Pallbearers were Joyce Berry, Ted Singletary, Arden Settle, Jr. Ed
Durham, Donnie Wyatt, Ray Singletary, Jack Jenkins, and Frank Wyatt.
Honorary pallbearers were Sonny Miller, Leon Hicks, Wayne Parker,
Claude Remedies, Albert Jenkins, Jackie Ross, and Gordon More.

Memorials may be made to St Jude's Children Hospital in Memphis,
Tenn.

Blanchard-St. Denis Funeral Home Natchitoches, La. 

Mrs. Idell McAllen Singletary

Mrs. Idell McAllen Singletary, 69, died Wednesday, April 28 in
Marthaville.

Funeral services were held at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 29 at Old
Pisgah Baptist Church with interment following at Old Pisgah Cemetery.
The Rev. Ray Dyess officiated.

Survivors include one daughter, Donna Dyson Brian of Marthaville;
one son, Patrick Kelly Dyson of Marthaville; two grandchildren, Jim
Henry of Marthaville and Shaina Kelly Watley of Port Alien; one great-
grandson, Tyier Shane Henry of Robeline; two sisters, Loretta Armour
of Beaumont, Texas and Pearl Moore of Mansfield; and a host of nieces,
nephews and friends. Mrs. Singletary was preceded in death by her
husband, Robert Singletary and a grandson, Shane Henry.

Pallbearers were Skipper McLendon, Leon Hicks, Ronald Dyson, Kenny
Rawls, Ray Singletary, and Elton Alien. Honorary pallbearers were
W. E. 'Boots' Hayes, David Austin, Harold Singletary and Timmy Lopez. 

Mr. Johnnie Reece Williams

Mr. Johnnie Reece Williams, 62, died Friday, Jan. 15 in Robeline.

Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Warren Meadows Chapel with
interment following at Cedar Grove Cemetery. The Rev. Vernon
Stephenson officiated.

Survivors include his widow, Olive Williams of Robeline; one son,
Neel Williams of Noble; two daughters, Renee Campbell of Converse and
Tammy Meshell of Zwolle; one step-daughter, Shirley Arthur of Robeline;
one sister, Jackie Williams of Hemphill, Texas; two brothers, James
Eugene Williams of Noble and L. H. Williams of Oak Grove; six
grandchildren; and a host of nieces and nephews.

Pallbearers were Frankie Johnson, Doug Williams, Jerry Williams,
Ray Williams, Danny Williams and Lee Raymond Legitt.



Detroit Newspaper Agency.

HRUSKA, MARY, October 11, 1999. Age 95. Beloved mother of Mary Homa and
Samuel Joseph (Sherry) Hruska. Loving grandmother of 5 and 5 great
grandchildren. Service at Mt. Hope Lutheran Church (in Allen Park) Friday
with visitation at 10 a.m. and service at 11 a.m. Interment Woodmere
Cemetery.



SCOTT - Mrs. Susie Carrie Scott, 65, died at her home on Humble Rd., at 12:55 p.m. Saturday, July 16, 1938. She is survived by her son, Junior Scott, two daughters, Mrs. Virgie Brown and Mrs. Nela Chumley, all of Houston; one sister, Mrs. Alice Wheeler of Wakefield. Funeral service will be held in the Memorial Funeral Home Chapel at 3 p.m. Sunday. Burial will be in Hollywood Cemetery. Memorial Funeral Home direction. For further information call F 1363.

SCOTT - Vernon E. Scott, 25, of 1120 Aurora, died in a local hospital at 2:40 p.m. Sunday July 14, 1935. He is survived by his wife, his mother, Mrs. Susie Scott; two sisters, Mrs. Jimmy Brown and Mrs. Nela Chumley and a brother, Junior Scott, all of Houston. Funeral services will be held at the chapel of the Heights Funeral Home at 5 p.m. Monday. Rev. A. T. Maxwell officiating. Bural will be in Hollywood Cemetery under direction of the Heights Funeral Home.

BROWN - Jimmie H. Brown, 41, of 7024 East Montgomery Rd., died at 3 a.m. Sunday, Sept 2, 1945 in a local hospital. He was a member of the Woodsdale Baptist Church. survivors include his wife, Mrs. Virgie Lee Brown; three daughters, Virgie Maud, Jimmie Sue and Janie Mae Brown; mother, Mrs. Maudie Elizabeth Brown, all of Houston; five brothers, Floyd S., Virgil N. and Woodrow W. Brown, all of Houston. Charles D. Brown of Corrigan and William J. B. Brown of the army; six sisters, Mrs. Rex Graham, Mrs. J. C. Scott, Mrs. E. J. Budde, Mrs. W. A. Key, Misses Lela A. Brown and Alma Lucille Brown, all of Houston. Funeral services at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the King Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. Vernon Culbert and Rev. V. Bundick officiating. Burial at 3:30 p.m. in the Stryker Cemetery, near Corrigan. King Funeral Home.



From The Knoxville News Sentinel 30 Oct 1999

SHARP, EUGENE "RED" - age 72, of LaFollette, (Grantsboro Community) passed
away Thursday, October 28, at University of Tennessee Medical Center,
Knoxville. He was a member of Grantsboro Baptist Church and owner of Sharp's
Grocery Store in Grantsboro for 35 years. Mr. Sharp was a Campbell County
School Board member for 12 years, a veteran of U.S. Army Air Corps and an
avid fisherman. Preceded in death by wife, Doris Lea Chamber Sharp; parents,
Frank and Stella Sharp, and brother Glenn Sharp. Survivors: daughters and
son-in-law, Mitzi and Randy Lawson of Grantsboro; grandchildren, Casey,
Brandon, and Rachel Lawson; sisters, Margie Sharp of Grantsboro, Algiadee
Sharp of Grantsboro, Pauline Bolinger of Warren, Mich.; several nieces,
nephews, and many friends and neighbors. Funeral services 2 p.m. Sunday,
October 31, at Grantsboro Baptist Church. Rev. Conley Shepherd and Rev. J.T.
Asbury officiating. Interment Grantsboro Cemetery. The family will receive
friends 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, October 30, at Cross Funeral Home Chapel. The
family requests in lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Grantsboro
Baptist Church. Arrangements by Cross Funeral Home.

>From The Knoxville News Sentinel 31 Oct 1999

BYRGE, BERTHA MARIE - age 86, of Jacksboro, passed away Thursday, October 28,
at Lake City Health Care Center. She was a member of Midway Baptist Church.
Preceded in death by husband, Deles Byrge; and daughter, Geraldine Wells.
Survivors: sons and daughters-in-law, Ray Byrge, Jacksboro, Larry and Susan
Byrge, Jacksboro; daughters, Allison Faye Evans, LaFollette, Vivian St. John,
Jacksboro, Brenda McQuinn, Jacksboro; 21 grandchildren. Funeral service 8
p.m. Sunday, October 31, at Cross Funeral Home Chapel, Rev. O.P. Byrd and
Rev. Leonard Dabney officiating. Interment 11 a.m. Monday, November 1, at
Campbell Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends 6-8 p.m. Sunday
prior to services. Arrangements by Cross Funeral Home.

>From The Knoxville News Sentinel 1 Nov 1999

BLACK, JAMES CLAYTON - age 73, of LaFollette passed away early Sunday
morning, October 31, 1999 at the LaFollette Medical Center. Mr. Black was
preceded in death by parents Frank and Susie Black. He was of the Church of
God and a Veteran of the U.S. Army. Survivors: son, James C. Black, Jr.;
brother, Woodrow Black of Bokellia, Fla, Funeral service 8 p.m. Monday
November 1 at Cross Chapel. Rev. James Leach and Rev. Mark Graves
officiating. Interment 11 a.m. Tuesday Sunrise Cemetery. Family will receive
friends 6 to 8 p.m. Monday prior to service. Arrangements by Cross Funeral
Home.

KELLY, THELMA MILLER - age 83, of Clinton, passed away Saturday, October 30,
1999. Mrs. Kelly was a lifelong resident of Clinton. Born May 21, 1916, she
was the second child of the late Worth Mcarcillus Miller, Sr. and Denise Hill
Miller. Mrs. Kelly graduated from Clinton High School in 1934 and was class
valedictorian. She then completed a degree in Knoxville Business College. In
addition to her role as wife and mother, she worked both full and part-time
as an accountant for Magnet Mills. Following the closing of the Mill, she
worked as bookkeeper for Lewallen-Millers dept. store and then part-time in
the Anderson County administrators office until 1996. Mrs. Kelly was a member
of St. Marks United Methodist Church and was active for many years in civic
organizations such as the PTA and Cub Scouts. She was also a long-term
memmber of Timely Topics Club. Mrs. Kelly is survived by her husband of 57
years, Woodrow W. Kelly; three sons, J. Michael Kelly of Ames, Iowa, Patrick
A. Kelly of Johnson City and Dan M. Kelly of Knoxville; three
daughters-in-law, Candi Kelly, Cheryl Lawson and Angela Kelly; grandchildren
include Kip Kelly, Christopher Kelly, Lauren Kelly, and Preston Kelly.
Surviving brothers, sisters, sisters-in-law and other relatives include
Katherine Miller of Clinton, John F. Miller of Richmond, Va., W.M. Miller,
Jr. and Mildred Miller of Clinton and Mary Miller of Clinton, Peggy and
Hershel Scandlyn of Rockwood, Tenn.; and several nieces, nephews and close
friends. Mrs. Kelly was preceded in death by her brother, Roy M. Miller. Mrs.
Kelly is best remembered by all that knew her as a loving mother and a kind
and gentle woman of determined spirit. The family will receive friends from
6-7:30 on Monday at Holley-Gamble Funeral Home in Clinton. Funeral service
will be 7:30 Monday in the chapel of Holley-Gamble Funeral Home. Graveside
service will be Tuesday, November 2, 1999 at 10:30 a.m. at Grandview Memorial
Gardens in Clinton. Memorial gifts can be made to St. Mark United Methodist
Church in Clinton.



From The Knoxville News Sentinel 2 Nov 1999

EARNHARDT, RALPH VESTOR- age 84, of Norris, passed away Saturday October 30,
1999 at Baptist Hospital in Knoxville. Mr. Earnhardt was born February 17,
1915 to the late Walter A. and Viola Cauble Earnhardt. Mr. Earnhardt was a
member and past Patron of O.E.S. #69 in Norris, a 32 Degree Mason and
Shriner. He was retired from Southern Railroad as a General Yard Master in
Ala. for 26 years. He was a member of the Norris United Methodist Church.
Survivors: wife, Katherine Forest Earnhardt of Norris; son, Ralph "Jack"
Earnhardt of Norris; twin brother, Roy L. and wife Zula Earnhardt of
Salisbury, NC.; sister, Marie Miller of Baltimore, Md.; several nieces, and
nephews. Memorial service will be 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, November 3, 1999 at
Norris United Methodist Church in Norris, Tenn. with the Rev. Katherine Nance
officiating. Burial will be in Norris Memorial Gardens following the memorial
service. Family will receive friends 6:00-8:00 p.m. Tuesday at Holley-Gamble
Funeral Home in Clinton.

MARTIN, JOYCE MOBLEY- 83, of Oak Ridge, died Sat., Oct. 30, 1999, at
Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge. She was the widow of Ben R. Martin
former coach and athletic director at Oak Ridge High School. She was a member
of First United Methodist Church in Oak Ridge. Survivors are son and daughter
in law, Bob and Linda Martin of Oak Ridge; daughter, Jeanie Trapp of
Knoxville; and grandsons, Robert "Bo" Martin, Jay Martin and Riley Trapp, all
of Knoxville. A son, James P. Martin died earlier. A graveside service will
be held at 10 a.m. Wed. Nov. 3, at Anderson Memorial Gardens, Oliver Springs
Highway, Clinton, with the Rev. Steve Martin officiating. Memorial gifts may
be made to the Holiday Bureau P.O. Box 7120, Oak Ridge, TN. 37831-7120.

SHULTZ, HELEN LUCILLE- age 70 of the Dutch Valley Community went to be with
Jesus Sunday, October 31, 1999. She was a member of Pleasant Hill Baptist
Church. Survivors: husband of 53 years, Clyde Shultz Sr., of Clinton;
daughters, Carolyn and her husband, Charles Nichols of Missouri City, Texas,
Rose Marie Fox and her husband, Miles Jakubowski of Cookville, Tenn., Lisa
Shultz of Oak Ridge; sons, Clyde Jr., and his wife, Tecia Shultz of Clinton,
Larry and his wife, Charolette Shultz of Clinton; grandchildren, Ryan
Nichils, Jeffrey Shultz, Raven Jakubowski. Funeral services, 2:00 p.m.
Wednesday, Pleasant Hill Bapt. Church, Rev. Bill McDaniels



From The Knoxville News Sentinel 3 Nov 1999

ARCHER, ANDREW CLARENCE, JR.-age 43 of Briceville, passed away November 1,
1999 in Knoxville. Mr. Archer was a member of the Jarigan Chapel Baptist
Church. Born May 27, 1956 in Florence, Ohio to Andrew Clarence and Dorla
Thompson Archer by whom he is survived. Mr. Archer was employed by The Rogers
Group. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army. Survived by: wife, Sheila Seiber
Archer of Briceville; son, Robert Scott Archer of Briceville; daughter,
Jessica and Patricia Archer of Briceville; brothers, Steven Archer of
Caldwell, Ohio, Jeff and wife, Sarah Archer of Caldwell, Ohio; sisters,
Deborah and husband, Shawn Neff of Caldwell, Ohio, Sharon and husband, Steve
Moonney of Caldwell, Ohio; father & mother in law, Robert and Ellen Kelley of
Briceville; brother & sister in law, Harold and Debra Kelley of Oliver
Springs; sister & brother in law, Cheryl and Marvin Seiber of Waleska, Ga.;
nieces and nephews, Brooke, Lesley, Alex, Kelly, Kendra, Stacy, Stephanie,
Troy, Michael, Adam, Austin, Dakota, Travis, and Jammie. Funeral services
will be Thursday at 2:00 p.m. at the Graves Gap Baptist Church with Rev. Luke
Kidwell, and Rev. Johnny Randolph officiating. Burial will follow at Brown
Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7-9 Wednesday night at the
funeral home. Holley-Gamble Funeral Home Lake City in charge of arrangements.

HARRIS, CARRIE KING, MRS.- age 90 of Clinton, passed away Monday, November 1,
1999, at the Lake City Health Care Center. She was a member of Jefferson City
Church of God. She loved to sew and read in her spare time and was a lover of
gospel music. She was born November 11, 1908 in Sevier County. Preceded in
death by parents, Alex & Lucy Bowman Sayne; first husband, Cleo King;
daughter, Norma Jean Ridenour and several brothers & sisters. Survivors:
husband, Bert H. Harris of Clinton; daughter, Betty Risden & husband, Walter
of Clinton; son, Clyde King & wife, Patsy of Daytona Beach, Fla.;
grandchildren, Linda Dittman & husband, Richard of Daytona, Fla., Robert King
& wife, Diane of Front Royal, Virginia, Phyllis Hutson & husband, Junior of
Daytona Beach, Fla., Darrell King & wife, Robin of Daytona Beach, Fla.,
Teresa Copeland & husband, Virgle of Heiskell, Carrie Blalock & husband,
David of Heiskell, Jeffrey Risden & wife, Joan of Clinton, Walter Junior
Risden & wife, Anna of Clinton, Tim Risden & wife, Candy of Clinton; 18 great
grandchildren and 7 great-great grandchildren; and a host of friends. The
family wishes to thank all the nursing staff and all the employees of Lake
City Health Care Center, for all the kindness and love shown to their mother
during her stay there. The family will receive friends from 6:00-8:00 p.m.,
Wednesday, November 3, 1999 at Holley-Gamble Funeral Home in Clinton with
funeral service following at 8:00 p.m. in the chapel with Rev. Darrell
Griffis officiating. Interment will be held 10:30 a.m., Thursday, November 4,
1999 at Oak Ridge Memorial Park. Holley-Gamble Funeral Home of Clinton in
charge of all arrangements.



From The Knoxville News Sentinel 3 Nov 1999

LEWIS, JOHN, JR.- of Oak Ridge died Tuesday, November 2, 1999 at Vanderbilt
University Medical Center in Nashville. Retired-Martin Marietta Energy
Systems /Y-12 where he was a Senior Engineering Technologist in the
Development Division. Veteran of the Korean War serving with the US Army.
Attended Central Baptist Church. In addition to his parents, he was preceded
in death by a brother, Jack Lewis. He is survived by: wife, Billie Jo Lynch
Lewis of Oak Ridge; son, Rick Lewis and wife, Gail of Knoxville; brother,
Fred Lewis, of Greenback; sisters, Lucile Steele of Friendsville, Helen
Stringwell of Sterling Heights, Mich., Betty Jenkins and husband, Clyde of
Valerico, Fla.; brother-in-law, Elmo Lynch and wife Nan of Clinton;
grandchildren, Haley Lewis and Kirby Lewis of Knoxville; and several nieces
and nephews. Funeral services are Thursday, November 4, 1999 at 8:00 p.m. at
Weatherford Mortuary with Rev. Bob Gray officiating. Graveside services are
Friday, November 5, 1999 at 11:00 a.m. at Oak Ridge Memorial Park. Memorials
may be made to the Building Fund of Central Baptist Church, 130 Providence
Road, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 37830. The family will receive friends on Thursday,
November 4, 1999 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at Weatherford Mortuary.



From The LaFollette Press 4 Nov 1999

ANDREW CLARENCE ARCHER Jr., 43, of Briceville, died Monday, November 1. He
was a United States Army Veteran. He was employed by the Rogers Group. Mr
Archer is survived by; parents, Andrew Clarence and Dorla Thompson Archer;
wife, Sheila Seiber Archer. Funeral services will be held today (Thursday),
November, 4 at 2 p.m. at the Graves Gap Baptist Church with Rev. Luke Kidwell
and Rev. Johnny Randolph officiating. Interment will follow in Brown
Cemetery. Holley-Gamble Funeral Home in Lake City in charge of arrangements.

GERALDINE BARNES, 58, of Toledo, Ohio, died Saturday, October 30 at the home
of her daughter.
She was preceded in death by; parents, Hobert and Evelyn (Murray) Lay.
Survivors include; husband, Rev. Raymond Barnes. Funeral services were held
Wednesday, November 3 at Bennett Monroe Funeral Home with Rev. Roy
Southerland and Rev. Dale Williams. Interment followed. The family asks that
memorials be made to Mercy Memorial Hospice.

JAMES CLAYTON BLACK, 73, of LaFollette, died Sunday, October 31 at the
LaFollette Medical Center. He was a United States Army Veteran. He was
preceded in death by; parents, Frank and Susie Black. Funeral services were
held Monday, November 1 at Cross Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. James Leach
and Rev. Mark Graves officiating. Interment followed Tuesday, November 2 in
Sunrise Cemetery.

ZELL BUTTRAM, 75, of 311 Jane Way Lane, Jacksboro, died Saturday, October 30
at the LaFollette Medical Center. She was preceded in death by; parents, Dan
and Nannie Mae West Dobbs. Survivors include; husband, Louie Buttram. Funeral
services were held Tuesday, November 2 in Martins Funeral Home Chapel with
Rev. Tony McAfee officiating. Interment followed in Rose Garden Cemetery in
Helenwood.

BERTHA MARIE BYRGE, 86, of Jacksboro, died Thursday, October 28 at Lake City
Health Care Center. She was preceded in death by; husband, Deles Byrge.
Funeral services were held Sunday, October 31 at Cross Funeral Home Chapel
with Rev. O.P. Byrd and Rev. Leonard Dabney officiating. Interment followed
Monday, November 1 in Campbell Memorial Gardens.

MARTHA MARIE COX Cox, 81, of Duff, died Tuesday, November 2 at her home. She
was preceded in death by; husband, George Cox, and parents, Lee and Florida
Ridenour Vanover. Funeral services will be today (Thursday), November 4 at 8
p.m. in the Martin Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Pat Ayers and Rev. Gary Lynn
Ray officiating. The family will receive friends from 6 until 8 p.m. before
services. Interment will follow Friday, November 5 at 11 a.m. in Davis
Cemetery.

EDNA SOPHIA CROSS, 92, of Cincinnati, Ohio, formerly of Elk Valley, died
Thursday, October 28 at Victory Park Nursing Home. She was a member of the
Elk Valley Church of God for 80 years. She was preceded in death by; husband,
Oscar Cross, Sr. Funeral services were held Tuesday, November 2 at the Cox &
Son Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Johnny Hansford officiating. Interment
followed in the Valley View Cemetery in Elk Valley.

ROY GOTHARD, 83, of Habersham, died Monday, November 1 at the family
residence. He was a retired coal miner. He was preceded in death by; parents,
Thomas Jefferson and Matilda Freels Gothard; wife, Thelma Mae Branam. Funeral
services were held Wednesday, November 3 at the Cox & Son Funeral Home Chapel
with Rev, Donald Allen, Rev. Bill Gaylor, and Rev. Clyde Davis officiating.
interment followed in the Odd Fellow Cemetery.

VIRGINIA JOBE, 67, of Lake City, died Saturday, October 30 at the Methodist
Medical Center in Oak Ridge.
She was preceded in death by; parents, Fred R. and Ruby Scarborough.
Survivors include; husband, Ed Jobe.
Graveside services were held Monday, November 1 in the Oak Ridge Memorial
Gardens with the Rev. Mike Foust officiating. Cox-Martin Funeral Home in
charge of arrangements.

DAVID LYNN LONGMIRE, 61, of Medway, Ohio, formerly of LaFollette, died
Sunday, October 24 at Grandview Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. He was preceded in
death by; parents, Alvin and Rico Longmire. Funeral services were held
Saturday, October 30 at LaFollette First Presbyterian Church with Rev.
Malcolm King officiating. Interment followed in Woodlawn Cemetery. The family
requests that in lieu of flowers, memorials be sent to the LaFollette First
Presbyterian Church or the American Heart Association. Walters Funeral Home
in charge of arrangements.

CLAUDE W. MASSENGILL, 83, of Caryville, died Monday, October 25 at the
LaFollette Medical Center. He was a member of Coal Creek Lodge #492 F&AM in
Lake City, and a member of Scottish Rite and Shriners.
He was preceded in death by; parents, Henry and Janie Massengill. Survivors
include; wife, Dora Terry Massengill.
Masonic services were held Wednesday, October 27 at the Holly-Gamble Funeral
Home Chapel with Coal Creek Lodge #492 performing the service. Funeral
services were held Thursday, October 28 at 2 p.m. in the Holly-Gamble Chapel
in Lake City with Rev. Ernest Ward and Rev. C. H. Baird officiating.
Interment followed in Campbell Memorial Gardens.

HAZEL PAUL, 87, of Lake City, died Friday, October 29 at the Lake City Health
Care Center. She worked for many years at Miller's Department Store.She was
preceded in death by; husband, Noel Paul; parents, William Elbert and Lillie
Viola Day. brother, Joe E. Day; and sisters, Minnie Pearl Thompson, and Alice
Pearl White. Survivors include; daughter, Dorothy Dobbs of Glen St. Mary,
Florida; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; two
great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sunday, October 31 at
Cox-Martin Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Brian Courtney officiating.
Interment followed Monday, November 1 in the Leach Cemetery.

EUGENE "Red" SHARP, 72, of LaFollette, died Thursday, October 28 at
University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville. He was a United States
Army Air Corps Veteran, and a Campbell County School Board Member for 12
years. He was the owner of Sharp's Grocery Store in Grantsboro for 35 years.
Mr. Sharp was preceded in death by; wife, Doris Lea Chamber Sharp; parents,
Frank and Stella Aharp Funeral services were held Sunday, October 31 at
Grantsboro Baptist Church with Rev. Conley Shepherd and Rev. J.T. Asbury
officiating. Interment followed in Grantsboro Cemetery. Cross Funeral Home in
charge of arrangements, The family requests in lieu of flowers, memorials be
made to Grantsboro Baptist Church,

EARL "Doc" SHOUN, 83, of Jellico, died Wednesday, October 27 at the
University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville. He taught school for
thirty-five years. He was preceded in death by; parents, Frederick and Effie
Powell Shoun. Survivors include; wife, Maureen Shoun . sons. Funeral services
were held Friday, October 29 at the First Baptist Church with Dr. Chuck
Summers officiating. Interment followed Saturday, October 30 in the Pond
Cemetery in LaFollette. In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions
to First Baptist Church in Jellico. Cox & Son Funeral Home in charge of
arrangements.

WANDA SUE WHITE, 52, of Speedwell, died Friday, October 29 at the home of her
sister in Jacksboro.
She was preceded in death by; father, Willard White. Funeral services were
held Sunday, October 31 in Martin's Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Bobby Ray
Wilson officiating. Interment followed Monday, November 1 in Chadwell
Cemetery in LaFollette.


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