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					2D - Morning News, Wednesday, February 21. 1996                                * *



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Gabe Simntons
John t'.
   HILTON HEAD I S L A N D . S C John
                                               Kolx-rl O. Beck
                                                    BKl'N^VVK'K             Hubert Odffl Beck
                                                                                                   George Comer,                                1927 Miss Panama                                Paul F. Pauli
                                                                                                                                                                                                   GLENNVILLE           Paul Frederick             PORT ROYAL. SC                 Gabe
                                                                                                                                                                                                Pauli died Monday at home                      Simmons, 95. died Friday at Beaufort
C Bowers, 73. died Mooday at H i l t o n
Head Hospital
                                               W. cited Tuesda> at home
                                                    Hr w a s a n a t i v e and lifelong resident   former manager                               dead at age 77                                      He was born in Staten Island. N Y ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                and also lived in White Lake, N.Y He
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Memorial Hospital
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   He was born in Beaufort County, S,C\
     He moved to Hilton Head Island in         of Giynn County. He was retired from
1991 from Jacksonville Fla He was a
graduate of Buckhorn High School in
                                               Hercules Corp after 30 years He served
                                               in the I S Air Force during the Korean
                                                                                                   of symphony, dead                                Lucila Veliz Powell. 77, died Saturday
                                                                                                                                                at home
                                                                                                                                                                                                was a U S Army veteran of World War
                                                                                                                                                                                                II, serving in the Army Air Corps, Eighth
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               and worked at the South Carolina Port '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Authority of Port Royal and Blue Chan-
                                               U ar He was a member ot Southside Bap-                  George Stewart Brown Comer 77                She was born in Anton, Panama, Cen-         Air Force He was past president of the         nel Corp. for many years
t'nion Level, Va., and a niagna cum iau-                                                                                                        tral America She was "Miss Panama"                                                                 SURVIVORS; two daughters, Thelma
de graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Insti-     tist Church                                         died Saturday at Tremont Care Center in                                                      Kauneoga, N.Y , Fire Department and a
                                                    Sl'RVIVOHS his wife. Glenda R                  Dallas, Texas, of cancer                     in 1927 She lived in the United States for      charter member and secretary of BetbeJ,        Smith and Willie Mae Enos, both of Port
tute, where he received his master s de                                                                                                                                                                                                        Royal; a stepson, William Bennett of Sa-
gree in chemical engineering He served         Beck of Brunswick, a son. Tommy R                        He was a graduate of Andrew Jack        47 years and was a member of Sacred             N Y , Ambulance Corps He was past se-
                                              Beck of Brunswick, three daughters.                  son High School, Jacksonville, Fla and       Heart Catholic Church. She was a gradu-         nior vice commander of the Veterans of         vannah; a sister, Bessie Simmons of Port
in the U S. Army during World War II                                                                                                                                                                                                           Royal; 22 grandchildren; 38 great-grand-
     At the University of Florida Citrus      Sr*a B Morales Kelii A McGee' and                    attended Tulane University in New Or-        ate of the University of Panama in Cen-         Foreign Wars Post 8379 in Glennville and
                                              Gma H New some, all of Brunswick, two                leans He was in the Merchant Marines         tral America. She taught fourth grade in        a member of The American Legion in             children; and 24 great-great-grandchil-
Experiment Station in Lake Alfred Fla
he .was Instrumental in helping develop       brothers. Charles I and James A Beck.                during World War II and was a regional       Panajna and was a volunteer Spanish             Glennville, Montieello Lodge No. 532 F.&       dren.
orange juice concentrate and several oth-     both of Brunswick, his stepfather. Thom-             salesman for General Electric before en-     teacher at Cathedral Day School for a           A M and the Glennville First Christian             VISITATION 7-8 p.m. today at
er products, At Union Camp Corp in Sa-        as P Keefe of Brunswick seven grand-                 tering real estate and development. He       number of years. She was a member of            Church.                                        Marshel's Wright-Donaldson Home For
vannah he developed a number of items,        children, and several nieces and neph-               became manager of the Savannah Sym-          the National Council of Catholic Women.              SURVIVORS: his wife, Juanita Perry        Funerals, Beaufort
indttding fragrances for perfumes and         ews                                                  phony Orchestra and later managed the            SURVIVORS: three daughters. Anna             Pauli of Glennville; two stepsons, Mark           FUNERAL: 11 a.m Thursday at Por- -
ssjrp products. His jobs at Union Camp            VISITATION 7-9 p.m. today at Edo                 Kansas City Philharmonic, the Detroit         P. Callison, Tommie E. Powell, and              Bennett and Michael Chapman, both of          ter's Chapel AME Church, Port Royal, ,
injeklded research engineer, superintend-     Miller and Sons Funeral Home in Bruns-               Symphony and the Fresno Symphony. He         Mary Frances Petrea, all of Savannah;            Savannah; two grandchildren; a sister,        burial in Old Fort Cemetery.
eifcof development, and assistant super-      wick                                                 and his wife returned to Savannah 10          two sons, Henry Frank Powell III of Phil-       Marianne Williams of LaCross, Wis., and
injtndent of production terpene and aro           FUNERAL: 2 p.m Thursday at                       years ago                                     adelphia and Henry Manuel Powell of             three nephews.
nwlic He retired from Union Camp in           Sou-Inside Baptist Church, burial in Pal-                 He was a member of Christ Episcopal      Key Largo, Fla.; two brothers, Moises               MEMORIAL SERVICE: held at a la-           Rosie Lee H. Strickland
                                              metto Cemetery.                                      Church and then St. John's Episcopal          Veliz of Anton, Panama and Moy Veliz,           ter date.                                       Rosie Lee Hall Strickland died Sun- *
Jacksonville in 1986 as manager of envi-
roomentai affairs He was a consultant to          REMEMBRANCES; Hospice of the                     Church, He was active in community the-       Anton, Panama; six grandchildren; a                 REMEMBRANCES: "Stainod Glass            day at Candler Hospital                     *
                                              Golden Isles. 2311 Heron St.. Brunswick.             ater, chorales and church choirs, and         great-grandson; and several nieces and          Fund" in care of the First Christian            She was a native of Liberty County
U'iffin Camp until 1989 He was a member                                                                                                                                                                                                      and lived in GlennviHe before moving to .
ofthe American Chemical Society.              Ga.                                                   managed the Bear Valley Music Festival       nephews.                                        Church of Glennville.
   , SURVIVORS his wife. Estelle Jones                                                              in California for many years.                    MEMORIAL MASS: 6 p.m. Sunday at                 Hubert C. Baker Funeral Home.           Savannah many years ago. She was a
                                                                                                        SURVIVORS: his wife, Mary Rauers         Sacred Heart Catholic Church.                                                               member of Greater Zachariah Baptist ,
 Bowers of Hilton Head Island; three          Lillian Estelle H. Brooks
sons. Robert J Bowers of Clifton, Va.,             BEAUFORT, S.C. Mrs. Lillian Es-                  Comer of Savannah; a son, James Stew-           Sipple's Mortuary.                                                                       Church in Glennville. She attended the
                                                                                                    art Comer of Guam: two daughters, Eliz-          REMEMBRANCES: Lucila V. Powell             Marie A. Fennel                              public schools of Liberty County.
John N Bowers of Louisburg. N.C., and         telle Humbert Brooks. 67, died Sunday at
Owen Fulghum of Hilton Head Island:                                                                 abeth Hunt Bacon of Denver and Susan          Memorial Account, Nations Bank. Savan-            Mrs. Marie Allissi Pennel, 85, died          SURVIVORS: a daughter, Mary Fate '
                                              home.                                                                                                                                                                                          of Savannah; a son, Jerry Strickland of
three daughters, Sandra B Fulghum of               She was born in Summerville, S.C.,               Sherard Comer of Dallas; four step-          nah Mall Banking Centre, Savannah, Ga.         Sunday at Memorial Medical Center.
 Hilton Head Island, Patricia Bowers of       and attended Port Royal United Method-                grandchildren; and a grandson.               31419.                                             She was born in New York and attend- Jacksonville, Fla.; a sister, Anna Bell
Clifton, and Fiona Bowers of Louisburg;       ist Church.                                               FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Saturday at St.                                                        ed school here and lived in Savannah for Wilson of Savannah; six grandchildren,
a sister, Virginia Mae Bowers of South             SURVIVORS: her husband, Glen D.                  John's Episcopal Church, burial in          Victoria L. Harris                              many years. She was a Christian and was Kevin Strickland, Joshua and LeKeisha
Boston, Va.: three granddaughters; and        Brooks of Beaufort; two sons, Asher H.                Greenwich section of Bonaventure Ceme-                                                      active in religious and social activities at Fate, all of Savannah, Kansas Strickland
                                                                                                                                                    Mrs. Victoria Lee Harris, 31, died                                                       and Jerry Strickland Jr., both of Jack-
 several nieces and nephews.                  Brooks of Beaufort and Stephen L.                      tery.                                      Monday at home.                                 Williams Court Apartments.
      VISITATION: 6-8 p.m. Thursday at        Brooks of Senatobia, Miss ; a brother,                     Fox and Weeks Funeral Directors.           She was born in Savannah and was an             SURVIVORS: a stepdaughter, Barba- sonville, and Mary Jones of Fort Stew-
The Island Funeral Home on Hilton Head        Marvin Humbert of Johns Island, S.C.;                  Drayton Chapel.                            aide at Savannah Beach and Oceanside            ra Winebrenner of Belcamp, Md., and art ; several nieces and nephews and sev-
                                              and two grandchildren, Bryan K. and                        REMEMBRANCES: M. Margaret                                                              many friends.                                eral cousins and other relatives.
 Island.                                                                                                                                        Nursing Center. She was a member of                                                               Williams and Williams Funeral
      FUNERAL. 1 p.m. Friday at The Is-        Lindsay A. Brooks.                                    Comer Memorial Scholarship Fund, The       First Evergreen Missionary Baptist                  GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 11 a.m.
 land Funeral Home, burial in Forest               VISITATION: 6-8 p.m. Thursday at                  American Symphony Orchestra League                                                         Thursday in Bonaventure Cemetery.            Home.
                                                                                                                                                Church.
 Lawn Memory Gardens in Savannah.              Anderson Funeral Home. Beaufort.                      or American Cancer Society.                    SURVIVORS: her husband, Ivory J.                VISITATION: 4-6 p.m. today at the
      REMEMBRANCES. American Can-                  FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Friday at Port                                                              Walker of Savannah; her mother, Rosa            funeral home.
 cer Society of America. 733 Third Ave..       Royal United Methodist Church, burial in                                                         B. Harris of Savannah; her stepfather^              Hubert C. Baker Funeral Home.            Robert H. Joole III
 N.V., N.Y., 10017 or the charity of one's     St. Helena's Episcopal Church New Cem-              Hubert Cowart                                                                                                                                 VIDALIA - Robert H. "Robin" Toole
                                                                                                      COLLINS - Hubert Cowart, 79, died         Abraham Thomas of Savannah; a sister,
 choice.                                       etery.                                                                                           Regina Harris of Savannah; three broth-                                                      III, 51, died Tuesday at Meadows Region- ,„,
                                                                                                   Tuesday at Bulloch Memorial Hospital in                                                      Cynthia E. Pry or                            al Medical Center.
                                                                                                   Statesboro after a heart attack.             ers, Jeffrey James, and Jimmy E. and                BROOKLET - Ms. Cynthia Elaine
                                                                                                                                                Willie J. Priester, all of Savannah; sever-                                                      He was a lifelong resident of Toombs
 ^^^••••^^^^••••^^^^•^^•••••••••••^^           Mattie Lee C. Fraser                                    He was a native of Tattnall County                                                       Pryor, 31, died Monday at home.              County and was a sign painter. He at-
                                                   BRUNSWICK        Mattie Lee C. Fra-             and lived in Collins most of his life. He    al nieces and nephews; and several other
                                                                                                                                                                                                    She was a native of Bulloch County tended Vidaiia Church of God.
 FUNERALS                                      ser, 88, dJed Tuesday at Southeast Geor-
                                               gia Regional Medical Center in Bruns-
                                               wick.
                                                                                                   was a retired farmer and worked for the
                                                                                                   U.S. Postal Service for four years. He at-
                                                                                                   tended the Assembly of God Church in
                                                                                                                                                relatives.
                                                                                                                                                    Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home.               and was a member of God's Little Mis-            SURVIVORS: his wife, Josephine ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                sion Holiness Church and attended High Toole of Vidalia; a daughter, Eloise ;
                                                                                                                                                                                                Hope Center.                                 Smith of Dublin; and two grandchildren.
                                                   She was born in Coffee County and               Collins.                                      James D. Hunter                                    SURVIVORS: her mother, Maidene               VISITATION: tonight at Ronnie L.
BJsiRRY — Funeral services for Mrs.                                                                    SURVIVORS: his wife, Ila Mae Find-
  Ivlaude Alice Cubbedge Berry will be         was a longtime resident of Brunswick.                                                                 YEMASSEE, S.C. - James Donald              Lockhart Pryor of Brooklet; three .sis- Stewart Funeral Service, Vidalia.
                                               She was a charter member of Taylors                 ley Cowart of Collins; two daughters, El-                                                    ters, Anngelette Mitchell of Brooklet,           FUNERAL: 3 p.m. Thursday at Ron-
  K«td Friday, February 23, 1996, at                                                               eanor Hardee of Baxley and Gwendolyn          Hunter, (55, died Sunday at Beaufort Me-
  £ox and Weeks Drayton Chapel at              United Methodist Church. She owned and                                                            mo rial Hospital.                              Mary Smith of Ludowici, and Johnnie nie L. Stewart Funeral Service chapel,
                                               operated the former Pine Ridge Grocery              Dennis of Collins; two sons, Gilbert Cow-                                                    Mae Canty of Savannah; a brother, Sgt. Vidalia, burial in Harrelsbn Cemetery, -
  1pm with the Rev. John Finley offici-                                                            art of Collins and Kermit Cowart of               He was born in Kings Mountain, N.C.,
  ating. Interment, Greenwich Section         ,in Brunswick, and was a retired floral de-                                                        and attended Ridgeville Baptist Church,        Delmus Lockhart of Augusta; two half- Laurens County.
                                               signer. She was a member of Order of the            Egypt, Ga.; three sisters, Imogene Funk                                                      bothers, John Page of Statesboro and Sgt.                                                                             • ;
  pf Bonaventure Cemetery. Active                                                                  of Savannah, Rose Lee Durden of Pooler,       Yemassee He served in the U.S: Army
 paMbearers will be Mr. Erik Fredlund,         Eastern Star.                                                                                     for 23 years in special forces—Green Be-       Harry Page of Hinesville; several nieces
                                                   SURVIVORS, two sons, Donnie and                 and Edna Mae Outen of Bloomingdale;                                                          and nephews; and several cousins and          Alfred Walker Sr.
  Mr. Dale Fredlund, Mr. Ron Suttle,                                                               three brothers, Ollie Cowart of Savannah,     ret. He received several medals of honor
                                               Roy Fraser, both of Brunswick; four                                                               in the Army and served in the Korean           other relatives.                                  MERIDIAN - Alfred "Gabby" Walk-'
 Mr. James Snow, 'Mr. Alan Ulmer                                                                   Ray and Repard Cowart, both of Collins;
  and Mr. Alex Ulmer. Visitation will          grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and                                                            and Vietnam wars. He was a member of               VISITATION: 7-8 p.m. today at Pay-        er Sr., 73, died Friday at Southeast Geor-
                                               several nieces.                                      10 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchil-                                                       ton's Mortuary in Statesboro.                 gia Regional Medical Center.
 pe at the funeral home, Thursday,                                                                 dren ; and several nieces and nephews.        Hejaz Shrine Temple, Greenville, S.C.
 4pm to 6pm. Remembrances may be                   VISITATION: 7-9 p.m. today at Edo                                                                 SURVIVORS: his wife, Karen P.                  FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Thursday at God's             He was born in Mclntosh County and
                                               Miller and Sons Funeral Home in Bruns-                  VISITATION: 5 p.m. today at Rimes-                                                       Little Mission Holiness Church, burial in     was a member of Elm Grove Baptist
 jfcent to Tybee Island Historical Socie-                                                          Stewart Mortuary, Reidsville Chapel.          Hunter of Greer, S.C.; two sons, James
  ty, P.O. Box 366, Tybee Island, Ga.          wick.                                                                                             Berry and Timothy Garen Hunter, both           Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery in Church and Hudson Home Society. He
                                                   FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Thursday at Tay-                    FUNERAL; 3 P m. Thursday at                                                              Brooklet.                                     was a commercial fisherman.
 31328; First Baptist Church, P.O. Box                                                             Rimes-Stewart Mortuary, Reidsville            of North Carolina; two daughters, Lisa
  9551, Savannah, Ga. 31412; Hospice           lors United Methodist Church, burial in                                                           Carroll of Yemassee and Tonya Lock-                                                              SURVIVORS: his wife, Ruth Mclver
                                               Palmetto Cemetery.                                  Chapel, burial in Little Flock Church                                                                                                      Walker of Meridian; a son, Alfred Walker'
  Savannah, P.O. Box 13190, Savan-                                                                                                               wood of Charlotte, N.C.; his mother,
  fiah, Ga. 31416. Fox and Weeks Dray-                                                              Cemetery.                                    Rose Morgan Hunter of Forest City,             Thomas A* Purdom                              Jr. of Meridian; two daughters, Zoe Au-
 fton Chapel.                                                                                                                                    N.C.; two brothers, Raymond M. Hunter              NAHUNTA - Thomas Allen Purdom, drey W. Tyson of Jones and Bobbie W. "
                                                                                                    Ruth G. Duncan                               of Greer and Harold Hunter of Green-           80, died Monday at Wayne Memorial Hos- Norris of Miami; a brother, Earl Waker 11
ALLEN — Funeral services for Mrs.
 ^Theresa Graham Allen will be held
  Thursday, February 22, 1996, at 2pm.
   Pastor Bertha Williams officiating. In-
                                             FU NERALS                                      '
                                                                                                        "Mrs. Ruth G. Duncan, 83, died Mon-
                                                                                                    day at Savannah Rehab and Nursing Cen-
                                                                                                     ter.
                                                                                                                                                 ville; two sisters, Madge Collins of For-
                                                                                                                                                 est City and Jan Pate of Oklahoma; and
                                                                                                                                                 two grandchildren.
                                                                                                                                                                                                pital in Jesup.                               Sr. of Sapelo Island; a sister, Julia Mae.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                    He was a member of Raybon Advent Walker of Brunswick; seven grandchil-. „
                                                                                                                                                                                                Christian Church. He worked as a dis- dren; seven great-grandchildren; and
                                               KING-JOHNSON — Funeral services                           She was born in Tusculum and lived           FUNERAL: 2 p.m. today at Ridge-           patcher for the Brantley County Sheriff's several nieces and nephews.
   terment, Evergreen Cemetery. Survi-                                                                                                                                                          Department from 19774992, as a service-           FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Thursday at Elm*
                                                for Mrs. Eliza King-Johnson will be                 in Savannah most of her life. She was a      ville Baptist Church, burial in the church-
   vors are Mr. James Thomas, Mr.                                                                                                                                                               man for Cecil Moody's Furniture and Ap- Grove Baptist Church, burial in Hutchin-*
                                                held 3pm Wednesday, February 21,                    domestic worker and a member of First        yard with mil itary honors.
   James Campbell, Mr. Benjamin Gra-                                                                                                                                                            pliance Co., from 1947-1977 and at the son-Lotson Cemetery.                             -J
                                                1996, at Brampton Church, 24 Coach                  Metropolitan Baptist Church.                      Anderson Funeral Home, Beaufort.
   ham, Mrs. Mary Moore, Mrs. Carolyfi                                                                                                                                                          Jacksonville Shipyard during World War            Hall, Jones and Brown Funeral 9
                                                Joe Turner St. The Rev. T.J.                             SURVIVORS: a son, Willie Edwards             REMEMBRANCES: Justin Lee Car-
   Smith, a host of nieces, nephews,                                                                                                                                                            n.                                            Home, Brunswick.                           J
                                                Simmons         officiating. .Interment,            of Trenton, N.J.; four stepdaughters,        toll Building Fund, c/o Ridgeville Baptist
   cousins, other relatives and friends.                                                                                                                                                            SURVIVORS: his wife, Jewell Mor-                                                                                  •
                                                Magnolia Memorial Gardens. Surviv-                  Delia Owens and Evelena Whyte, both of        Church, Yemassee, S.C.                                                                                                                                              •
   Reposing and services at the Chapel.                                                                                                                                                          gan Purdom of Nahunta; a daughter,
                                                ing are Mr. and Mrs. Dan King (Shir-                of Jersey City, N.J., Virginia James and
   Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home.                ley), Dea. and Mrs. Arthur Williams                                                                                                              Shelba Jean Dean of Ellabell; two sons,       Roosevelt Williams Jr.                                                 I
                                                                                                    Yvonne Wright, both of Savannah; two         Janie Mae Jenkins                                                                                 Roosevelt "Bubba" Williams Jr., 38,*
                                                (Joan), Mr. and Mrs. Frank King (Ter-               stepsons, LaMark Wright of Springfield,          Janie Mae Jenkins, 35, died Thursday
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Hart well and Cledith Purdom, both of
                                                rie), Mr. and Mrs. Marion King                                                                                                                   Nahunta; a sister, Myrtle Morgan of Jes-      died Monday at home.                     »
                                                                                                    Mass, and Joseph Wright of Savannah; a
 FUNERALS                                       (Kezetta), Mr. David T. King, Mrs.
                                                Estella King-Owens, Mrs. Elsie King-
                                                 Lane, Ms. Bernice Lane, Mrs. Mary L.
                                                                                                    sister, Lillie Griffin of Savannah; two
                                                                                                    grandchildren; several nieces and neph-
                                                                                                    ews; and several other relatives.
                                                                                                                                                 at Memorial Medical Center.
                                                                                                                                                     She was born in New York City and
                                                                                                                                                 was a member of Walker Memorial Bap-
                                                                                                                                                                                                 up; six grandchildren; four stepgrand-
                                                                                                                                                                                                 children; five great-grandchildren; two
                                                                                                                                                                                                 step-great-grandchildren; several nieces,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   He was born in Ellabell and lived in*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Savannah the past eight years. He was a*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               member of West Savannah Community;,
                                                                                                                                                 tist Church, the Bronx, N.Y. She was a          nephews; and other relatives.                 Church P.E.O.C.H C Inc. He was an el-J
              FUNERAL SERVICES FOR               Gray, Ms. Diane Gray, Rev. and Mrs.                     Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home.           1979 graduate of Truman High School in              VISITATION: today until the time of       der and on the Usher Board.              *•
                                                T.J. Simmons, Mrs. Diana King, two
                                                 godchildren, Mr. Cornell King and
                                                                                                                                                 the Bronx. She attended Savannah State          the services at Raybon Advent Christian           SURVIVORS: his mother, Gladyst
                                                                                                    Rheba W. Harris                              College and various churches in Savan-          Church.                                       Williams of Savannah; five sisters,J
                                                 Mrs. Angela C. Smith, 8 grandchil-
                                                 dren, 11 great-grandchildren, several                   JESUP 7 Rheba Wasdin Harris, 79,        nah, She worked for Hill Tobacco Co.,               FUNERAL: 2 p.m. today at Raybon           Farrie L. Steele, Clara Campbell, Gladys*
                                                                                                    died Tuesday at Wlyne Memorial Hospi- "      Hades Accounting Services and Chatham           Advent Christian Church, burial in Rob        A. Williams, and Kathy Burke, all of Sa-£
                                                 nieces, nephews, cousins and other
                                                 relatives. Remains will be placed in               tal.                                         County Food Services and was a U.S. Air         Lewis Cemetery, Brantley County.              vannah, and Eva Williams of B am berg, *
                                                 state 10am. Williams and Williams                       She was bom in Charlton County and      Force veteran.                              Chambless Funeral Home, Nahunta.                  S.C.; two brothers, Jerry Williams of Al-£
                                                                                                    lived in Wayne County the last 64 years.         SURVIVORS: her parents, Cleveland       REMEMBRANCES. Raybon Advent                       lendale, S.C, and Willard C. Williams of J
                                                 Funeral Home.                _
                                                                                                    She was a member of Jesup First Baptist      "Luther" and Isabel Jenkins of St. Hele-Christian Church.                                     Clarksville, Tenn.; 16 nieces and eight >
                                               FRASER — Funeral services for Nan-                                                                na Island, S.C.; two brothers, Eugene                                                         nephews; and two uncles and five aunts. £
                                                                                                    Church, Wayne Memorial Hospital La-,
                                                 cy Foster Fraser will be held Wed-                                                              Jenkins of St. Helena Island and Cleve-                                                           Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home.        >
                                                                                                    dies Auxiliary and A.A.R.P.             *
                                                 nesday, February 21, 1996, at 1pm, in                                                           land Jenkins Jr. of Dallas, Texas; three
                                                                                                         SURVIVORS: three sons, Raymond
                                                 Bonavenjure Cemetery with the Rev.                                                                                                      MableT. Queen
                                                                                                                                                 sisters, Deloris Singleton of St. Helena Is-
                                                                                                    M. Harris of Snellman Bluff, Jimmy P.
                                                 George Salley, Jr. officiating. She                                                             land, Alnora Sh'arrie Reid of Jamaica,      BRUNSWICK - Mrs. Mabte Thomp-
                                                                                                    Harris and Dr. Ronald D. Harris, both of
                                                 was a native of Madison, Ga. and                                                                N Y , and Roberta Mary Powell of New    son Queen, 82, died Tuesday at home.
                                                 lived in Atlanta while her husband
                                                                                                    Jesup; a daughter, Donna H. Knight of                                                                                                       Frances C. Woods                                                      t
                                                                                                    Brunswick; a brother, J.R. Wasdin of Oli-    York, N.Y.; and her grandfather, Rich-      She was a native of Elba, Ala., and                   SWAINSBORO - Mrs. Frances Curry*
                                                 the late Hugh W. Fraser, Jr. was Gen-                                                           ard "Ben" Loundes of St. Helena Island. lived in Glyrat County for the last 38                Woods, 70, died Tuesday in McDuffiel
                                                                                                     ver; a sister, Delores Cannon of Dublin;
                                                  eral Vice President of Citizens and                                                                 FUNERAL: 1 p.m. today at Ebenezer  years. She retired from Southeast Geor-
         Mrs. Marian Forrest Hill                 Southern Bank for 45 years. After Mr.
                                                                                                     10 grandchildren; and nine great-grand-                                                                                                   County from injuries received in an auto*
    Will be held Thursday, February 22. 1996,                                                        children.                                   Baptist Church, St. Helena Island.      gia Regional Medical Center in 1976 from              accident.                                 •»
    *t 1pm, from St. Matthew's Episcopal          Fraser retired, they moved to Hilton                                                               Allen Funeral Home, Lobeco, S.C.    the nureey. She was a member of Buck-                     She was a native and lifelong resident*
                                                  Head Island and after his death, she
                                                                                                          FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Thursday at Jes-
    Church. Rev Dr. Charles Hoskins officiat-                                                        up First Baptist Church, burial in Pine-                                            ingham Place Church of God.                           of Emanuel County. She was a homemak-f
    ing. Entombment, Forest Lawn Memory           moved to Savannah where she re-                                                                                                            SURVIVORS: her husband, Raymond
    Gardens. Survivors are Mr. and Mrs. mained for the past several years.                           crest Memorial Cemetery.                  Clennie U. Moore                                                                                er and was retired from SwainsboroJ
    frank Chappell, Jr,,, Ms Kimberly Ann                                                                 VISITATION: 6-8 p.m. today at the                                              David Queen of Brunswick; a son, John-                Sportswear. She was a member of>
    Chappeit, Dr. Anthony B. Chappell, Mrs,       She was a longtime volunteer with                                                                RICHMOND HILL - Mrs. Clennie U. ny Queen of Seattle; three daughters,
                                                                                                     funeral home.                            .Moore, 79, died Tuesday at Memorial Dorothy Cox of Brunswick, Peggy Jones                       Swainsboro First United Methodists
    Dorothy Twiggs, Mrs. Dorothy Campbell,        Reach-Atlanta Cerebral Palsy Center
    Mrs. Evatena Hoskins, Ms. Eula Wilker-                                                                REMEMBRANCES: Wayne County           Medical Center.                                                                                 Church.                                   J
                                                  and a member of the Daughters of                                                                                                       of Fernandina Beach, Fla., and Shirley
    jon, Mrs. Louise Young, Mrs Willetta
                                                  the American Revolution, the Ogle-
                                                                                                     Chapter of the American Cancer Society,       She was a native of Bryan County add Knippers of Nabunta; 12 grandchildren,                     SURVIVORS: two sons, Jerry Woodsjj
    fyilliams, and a host of friends. Reposing                                                       P.O. Box 464, Jesup, Ga, 31598 or the                                                                                                     of Swainsboro and Jimmy Woods of AU>%
    •jt the church 9am until the hour of ser-     thorpe Club and St. Michael and All                                                          lived in Savannah since 1939 and was re- U great-gmidchfldren; and several
    %ices. In lieu of flowers, please make do-    Angels Episcopal Church. Surviving
                                                                                                     American Heart Association, P.O Box       tired from Union Camp Corp. as an order; nieces and nephews                                     ens; a sister, Louise Moore of Augusta;*
    JMtions to the Alzheimer's Association,       are Hugh W. Fraser, III, Nancy F.
                                                                                                      1434, Jesup, 31596.                      editor after 40 years. She graduated from                                                       and seven grandchildren.                  *
     $025 Bull St., P.O. Box 23858, Savannah,                                                             Gordon-Harrison Funeral Home of                                                    VISITATION: 7* p.m today at Edo                       VISITATION, 5 p.m. today at John-^
           in her memory.                          Pearson, Nancy Fraser Shu man,                                                              Ways Station High School in Richmond Miller and Sons Funeral Home in Bruns-
            Sidney A. Jones Funeral Home           Hugh O. Pearson, III, Fraser W. Pear-             Jesup.                                    Hill and from Georgia State College for                                                         son Funeral Home in Swainsboro.           /•
                                                                                                                                                  Women. She was a member of Mclntire             wick,                                            FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Thursday at John-f
                                                   son, Christopher Pearson and one                                                                                                                  FUNERAL: 3 p.m Thursday at Buck-
                                                   great-granddaughter.           Remem-                                                          Methodist Church in Savannah.                                                                son Funeral Home, burial in Poplar |
                                                                                                     William H. Hazen                                                                             ingham Place Church of God, burial in        Springs United Methodist Church Ceme- •
                                                   brances may be sent to St. Michael                   ST. SIMONS ISLAND - William H.              . SURVIVORS: her husband, Lloyd B.            Hoboken Cemetery in Hobo ken.
               MEMORIALS                           and AJI Angels Episcopal Church                                                                Moore of Savannah; three sisters, Mattie                                                     tery near Adrian.                          £
                                                                                                     "Bill" Hazeii.49, died Monday at home.
                                                   Building Fund, 3101 Waters Ave., Sa-                  He was bom in Milford, N.J., and was     D. Cannon of Savannah, Ann L. Young
                In Loving Memory of                vannah, Ga. 31404-6259. Sipple's                  a 1943 graduate of Melbourne High            and Margaret D. Judy, both of Richmond
              My Dear Beloved Husband                                                                                                             Hill; a brother, Jasper W Davis of
                                                    Mortuary.                           _            School, Melbourne, Fla., where he was                                                        VirgleC. Rainey Sr.
          Lawrence Wilson, Sr.                   DEMERY — Funeral services .for Ms.                  president of the senior class. He was in     Nevfls; and several nieces and nephews.             GARFIELD - Vlrgle Cecil Rainey
                                                    PhUionese Donese Demery will be                  the U.S. Army during World War II. He            VISITATION: 7pm. today at Stewart           Sr., 75, died Tuesday at Swainsboro Nurs-
                      (Larry)                                                                                                                     Brothers Funeral Service, Richmond Hill         ing Home.
                  February 21,1993
                                                    held 11am Wednesday, February 21,                received a bachelor of science degree
                                                    1996, in the Chapel o* Williams and              from the University of Florida. He           Chapel.                                             He was a native and lifelong resident
            "Beautiful memories remain."            Williams Funeral Home. Apostle T.                worked in accounting for Maxwell House           FUNERAL.: 11 a.m. Thursday at               of Emanuel County and was a retired
                                                    Mikell officiating. Interment, East Sa-          and Ceienese Corp. and retired in 1994       Stewart Brothers Funeral Service, Rich-         farmer. He was a member of Twin City          Continued From Page 10               I
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      Sadly missed by your wife and Family          vannah Cemetery. Surviving are Mr.               from Rhone-Poulenc as controller. He         mond HiU Chapel, burial in Bonaventure          Church of God.                                                     ™ -i.
                                                    Bernard Dillard, Sr, Miss Shekada                lived on St. Simons Island for 25 years.     Cemetery in Savannah.                               SURVIVORS: five sons, Gene and            computer degree from Savan
                                                    Demery, John Demery, Bernard Dil-                    SURVIVORS: his wife, Vivian C. Ha-                                                       Virgle Rainey Jr., both of Garfleld, Lloyd    Technical Institute, then tram
                                                    lard, Jr., Domenique Dillard, Miss               zen of St. Simons Island; two daughters,     Elizabeth F. Murphy                             Proctor of Twin City, Jim Proctor of Ma-      ring to a college for the severely
  CEMETERIES & CRYPTS Stephanie Demery, Mr. and Mrs.                                                 Mary Akerstrom of Albuquerque, N.M.,            Mrs. Elizabeth F. Murphy, 87, died           con, Danny Proctor of Augusta; five           abled in Florida. From there, _
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                                                    Tony Hall (Silvia), Mrs. Marcdla                 and Elizabeth Pope of New Bern, N.C.; a      Monday at Chatham Nursing Home                  daughters, Katie Scarborough of Macon,        said, she would apply to work as
  «rt 2 buricrt SPOC*S of Forest                    Johnson Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Sam-                 sister, Virginia Stone of Melbourne; a          She was bom in Watsonville, Calif.,          Bonnie Proctor of Macon, Donna White of       computer animator for Disney.
  L*»n. Individual will finance.                     uel Kelly (Albertha), Mr. and Mrs.              granddaughter; and several nieces and        and lived in Savannah since 1977.               Vidalia, Rita Lindsey of Swainsboro, and
                                                                                                                                                     SURVIVORS: a grandson, Eric M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Thompson expressed sympatht
                                                    Johnnie Williams (Edna), Mr. and                 nephews.                                                                                     Edith Gaviadia of Miami; a sister,            for Rutledge He stressed, though*
                                                     Mrs. Lonnie Demery (Lisa), Mr.                      GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 2 p.m. to-            Garwes of Savannah; a granddaughter,            Frances Rowe of Macon; 32 grandchil-
                                                    Jamas Demery, Mr. and Mrs. Larry                 day hi Oglethorpe Memorial Gardens           Elizabeth G. Modlin of Savannah; a              dren; and nine great-grandchildren.           that the division helps people witS
                                                    Demery (Cynthia), Mr. Charles                    Cemetery, St. Simons Island.                 great-granddaughter, Kiley Modlin of Sa-            VISITATION: 8-9 p.m. today at Ken-        disabilities gain employment; it i!
                                                     Demery, Mr. Nathaniel Johnson, Mr.                  Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home,        vannah; and a sitter, Charlotte Martin of        nedy-Morgan Funeral Homes, Hooks             not a supportive-living agency.       J
                                                     and Mrs. Isadora Demery (Linda),                Brunswick.                                   California                                       Chapel.                                          "I would like to make all my del
                                                    several nieces, nephews, cousins,                    REMEMBRANCES: Hospice of the                 MEMORIAL SERVICE: 10:30 a.m.                     FUNERAL: 3 p.m. Thursday at Twin         cisions by the heart," he said, "but f
                                                    other relatives and friends. Williams            Golden Isles or a charity of the donor's     Thursday at Fox and Weeks Funeral Di-           City Church of God, burial in El Bethel       can't I have to go by the policy. M)
                                                     and Williams Funeral Horn*.                     choice.                                      rectors, Hodgson Chapel.                        Cemetery.                                     decision has to be based on our
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ctes/'hesaid.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Rutledge plans to enroll at .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                vannah Tech for the spring 11
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                             There i§ much you shou Id know in selecting a                                                                                                                                                                         Thompson will rule on the appea{
                             Monument U should be elected with thought.                                    7415 HOPCSON MEMOtUl CMUVi • SAVANNAH. CA. •                                                                                         this week. If Rutledge disagree*
                             You can rely upon our countel and advice.                                            • FULLY HANCHCAPPfO ACCESSIBLE • AMPLE PARKING                                                                                with thedecision, she can appeal '
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