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i iiiiiii i i ,,| iii,,,, WILLIE L. DOVE Willie L. Dove, 79 of Johnstown Rd. Elkton, Md., diedVIay 18, 1995 at the residence following a short illness. Born June 21, 1915 in Hinton, he retired from Curtis Paper Mill, Newark, DE. as a machine operator, also worked at Elk Paper and prior to that at Bladwin Manufacturing Co. Elk Mills, Md. He avidly enjoyed hunting and also enjoyed working wth all kinds of electronics. He was preceded in death by a son, Paul Dove. Survivors include his wife, Vir- ginia C. Dover of 54 years; 5 sons, Kenneth Dove, Bobby Dove, and Richard Dove all ofElkton, Md.; Gary Dove of Atlanta, GA. and Ronnie Dove ofElkton, MD.; two daughters, Betty LuPulio, Bridgeport, CT. and Arlene Dove of Bridgeport, CT.; two brothers, Richard Dove and Sidney Dove both of Elkton, Md.; 13 grand- children and 7 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 1:00 p.m. Tues. May 23rd. at the Hicks Home for Funerals with Dr. Allen P. Dickerson officiating. Entonbment was in the Elkton Cemetery, Elkton, Md. Arrangements by Hicks Home for Funerals, Elkton, Md. JAMES It HARVEY James R. (Jimmy) Harvey, 65, of Morw, Ga- formerly of Hinton died May 25,1995 in an Atlanta Hospital after a short illness. Jimmy was the son of the late Frank and Myrtle Harvey of Hinton. He was born Sept. 10, 1929 in Hin- ton and lived his early years in Hinton. After a career in the mili- tary service he had made his home in Atlanta where he was employed by Central Metals. He was preceded in death by sis- ters Mary Elizabeth and Elinor Ei- leen Harvey of Hinton, brother Paul of Orange Lake, Fla. and brother Robert L. of Gainesville, Fla. Survivors include his wife Sooney of Morrow, Ga.; daughter Maria Perkins of Morrow, Ga.; daughter, Vivian Arndt of Archer, Fla.; son Ricky" Harvey of High Springs, Fla. and brother Jack E. Harvey of Hill- dale. Memorial services were held on May 28, in Morrow, Ga. IH Obituaries MRS. MARY ISABELL BLEDSOE HAYNER Mrs. Mary Isabell Bledsoe Hayner, 78, of Barboursville, for- merly of Summers County, passed away Mon., May 8, 1995, in River- side Nursing Home, St. Albans. Graveside services were con- ducted at 2 p.m. Thurs. May 11, at White Chapel Memorial Gardens, Mausoleum, Barboursville, with the Rev. Ernest C. Sowards officiating. Entombment followed in the Chris- tus Chapel Mausolem. Mrs. Hayner was born Feb. 24, 1917, in Fayette County, a daughter of the late John Delbert Kincaid and Cordelia Mays Kincaid Smith. She was a member of Huntington Rebecca Lodge 164, Daughters of A,-nerica Washington Council 6,VFW Ladies Auxiliary and Degree of Honor. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Clarence W. Bledsoe. Survivors include her husband, Basil Hayner; four sons, Charles Bledsoe of Lancaster, S.C., Richard Bledsoe of Corbin, Ky., Gary Bled- soe of Columbus, Oh. and Robert Bledsoe ofWaxhaw, N.C.; one step- daughter, Nancy Klingler of Oakwood, Oh.; one sister, Elizabeth Kincaid of Huntington; two broth- ers, Verrie D. Kincaid and Vinson L. Kincaid, both of South Point, Oh.; nine grandchildren, 12 great-grand- children, three stepgrandchildren, two stepgreat-grandchildren, two goddaughters many aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. She was also the niece of Ruby Wheeler of Hinton and also had several nieces and nephews in the Hinton area. Arrangements by Chapman's Mortuary, Huntington. GLENNA M. KEATON Glenna Mae Keaton, 54, of Pipestem, died Sun., May 21, 1995. Services were held at 11a.m. Wed. May 24 at Burns-Wornal Chapel of the Memorial Funeral Directory, Athens Rd., Princeton. Arrangements by Memorial Fu- neral Directory, Princeton. ZACHARY RAMSEY JR. Zachary Taylor Ramsoy Jr., 60, of Hobe Sound, Fla., died Sat., May 6, 1995, at his home. A native of Hinton, he lived in Hobe Sound for 26 years. He was a member of Masonic Lodge 62 in Hinton and Alcoholics Anonymous. He was preceded in death by his parents, Zachary Taylor Ramsey and Letha Dexter Farley Ramsey. Survivors include a son, Garry R. Ramsey of Columbus, Ind.; three daughters and sons-in-law, Teresa and Carlos Richmond of Sandstone; Tammy and Garland Sears of Hin- ton; and Brenda Kay Ramsey of Pa., and two grandsons, Charles Michael Ramsey and Carlos Lee Richmond Jr., of Sandstone. A Masonic service was conducted at 7:30 p.m. by Acacia Lodge No. 163. Services were held at 1:00 p.m. Thurs. May 11 at First United Meth- odist Church of Hobe Sound with the Rev. John R. Powers officiating. Burial followed in Riverside Memo- rial Park, Jupiter. Those who wish may contribute to Inter Group of Martin County. Arrangements by Wallace & White Funeral Home Chapel, Stuart, Fla. WEIGHT WATC]H[EP Weight Watchers meetings are held at Ascension Episcopal Church, Temple St. and Fifth Ave. on Mon- days at 5:30. INVENTORY IN GIFT SHOP Friday June 2nd. ONE DAY I I lU II I III We Invite You to Help Us Celebrate Our Tues. May 30, 1995 Hinton News - 3 BIG YARD SALE JUNE 3, 1995 Members Of Trinity-Oak Grove UMYF And Private Families Across The Bridge At Lowell Below Greenbrier Nurseries Guns -- Tools -- Household Items I I i Because We Feel Like We've Known You For 100 Years!! Two Convenient Locations ,'. L !  J and all your Tomorrows1 The National Bank of Summers will strive to glve you the same personal care & attention we have shown our customers ,o, I00 years. Main Bank: 123 Temple St. 466-3311 __ , .. Plaza Office: Stokes Drive 466-4646 24 HOUR TEU.ER - THE "MAC" at our Plaza location Member FDIC