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2 will be , Hunt- .'ontact: ~x 307, D4-583- LOW Price! Low Price! Low Price! Low Price! Low Price! Low Price! Low Price r LEONARD F. ADKINS Leonard Forest (Frosty) Adkins, 77, died Tues. June 19, at a Hinton hospital, following a long illness. Born Aug. 1, 1912, at Hinton, he was the son of thelate Joseph Adkins and Fannie Higgenbotham Adkins. Mr. Adkins was a member of the 1-[inton Gospel Tabernacle, was a former employee of the City of HJn- ton and was a lifelong resident of Hinton. He was preceded in death by his wife, Nellie Adkins in Aug. of 1983; one brother and two sisters. Survivors include a daughter, Kitty Marcum of Green Cove Springs, Fla.; two sisters, Siseie Jarvis and Bessie Leslie, both of Princeton, and one grandchild. Services were held Thurs. June 21 at 10 a.m. at the E.M. Meadows Funeral Home in Hinton with the Rev. Ray Martin officiating. Burial followed in the Hilltop Cemetery at Hinton. DONNA G. BERRY Mrs. Donna G. Berry, 66, of 1200 Fayette St., died Wed. June 20, at 8:50 a.m., in a Fairlea hospital, fol- lowing a long illness. Born Dec. 14,1924, at Hinton, she was the daughter of the late John W. and Hattie Ayers Adkins. Mrs. Berry was a lifelong resident of Summers County, was a home- m~er and attended the Church of Christ at Hinton. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ova Grady Berry on Aug. 11, 1975; two brothers and one sis- ter. Survivors include three sons, Ronald L. Berry of Pipestem, Perry Berry at home and Greg Berry of New River Road, Hinton; a daugh- ter, Linda Forren of New River Road, Hinton; four brothers, Estel Adkins of Big Creek, Hinton, Lloyd Adkins of Hinton, Curtis Adkins of Marie and Ralph Adkins ofSpotsvania, Va.; a sister, Rita Plumley of Hinton; 10 grandchildren, and three great- grandchildren. Services were held Fri. June 22 at 2 p.m. at the Ronald Meadows Fu- neral Parlors Chapel in Hinton with the Rev. Jimmy Jones officiating. Burial followed in the Ennis Family Cemetery at Backus Mountain. GRAVER O. BIARS Graver Oscar Biars, 77, died at 9 a.m. Wed. June 20 in a Low Moor, Va. hospital, following a longillness. Born Aug. 17, 1912, in Raleigh County, he was the son of the late August and Myrtle Bragg Biars. Mr. Biars was a retired coal miner and was engaged in farming, as long as his health permitted, and was a World War II veteran. He was preceded in death by his wife, Sadie Trump Biars in May of 1989. Survivors include two brothers, Fred and Edward Biars, both of Hinton; two sisters, Marie Warren ofMarti nsburg and Thelma Bennett of Piney View, and seven nephews mlAcl eight nieces. Services were held at 2 p.m. Sat. June 23 at the E.M. Meadows Fu- neral Home in Hinton with the Rev. Charles Taylor officiating. Burial followed in the Valley View Ceme- tery on Powleys Creek. Pallbearers were Bob CaleB, Charles Dosier, Anthony Cole, Danny Midkiff, Danny Warren and James E. Biars. Honorary pallbearer was Bob Burns. FRANCES E. BIGONY Miss Frances Elizabeth Bigony, 68, of 208 Maple Street, died Sat. June 23, in a Beckley hospital fol- lowing a short illness. Born Oct. 20, 1921, in Hinton, she was the daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Clark Bigony of Hinton and the late Joseph Clair Bigony. She was a lifelong resident of Hinton and a member of the Central Baptist Church in Hinton. Other survivors include a brother, Joe Bigony of Hinton; a niece, Ellen Bigony Winner of Oak Hill; and an aunt, Louise Bigony Bickel of Fort iWorth, Texas. Services will be at 11 a.m. Tues. at the Central Baptist Church in Hinton with the Rev. Robert Moore officiating. Burial will be in the iRestwood Memorial Gardens at Hinton. The body was at the Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlors in Hinton and at the church one hour prior to .services. BILLIE B. BRANDON ~ Billie B. Brandon, 73, died Sun. June 24 at his home following an apparent heart attack. Born Aug. 25, 1916, at Sandstone, he was the son of the late Daniel B. and Anna Elizabeth Jones Brandon. Mr. Brandon was an 18-year resi- dent of Hinton. Survivors include a brother, Pat- rick H. Brandon, of Alderson; four sisters, Mary Ethel Caleb of Whit- tier, Calif., Anna Belie Albert of Radford, Va.; Ruth Lemon of Roanoke, Va., and Betty Jo Caleb of Lebanon, Ohio; several nieces and nephews also survive. The body is at the Ronald Mead- ows Funeral Home in Hinton pend- ing completion of the arrangements. NORMAN H. COLE Norman H. Cole, 86, died Mon. June 18, at a Daniels care center, following a long illness. Born Feb. 9, 1904, at Shady Val- ley, Tenn., he was the son of the late Alexander M. and Leita Cole. Mr. Cole was the founder of the Caleb Nursery in Tazewell Co., Va., in 1937, moving the business to Summers Co. in 1958, having re- tired in 1984. He was a member of the Springville Christian Church in Tazewell Co., was a member of the Marmon Masonic Ledgein Bluefield, Va., and was past president of the five great-grandchildren. Services were held Thurs. June 21 at 2 p.m. at the E.M. Meadows Funeral Home Chapel in Hinton with Pastor Carlton Wilson officiating. Entombment was in the Greenbrier Memorial Park Mausoleum in Hin- ton. The body was at the E. M. Mead- ows Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Jack Cole, Dan Cole, Clyde Cole, Carson Turner, James Monroe, Dennis Bowles, Ed Taylor and Blaine Smith. In lieu of flowers any donations of sympathy may be made to the Summers County Library at Hin- ton. ROBERT G. LILLY Robert Green Lilly, 68, of 16140 Southwest Grimson Ct., died Tues. June 12, at a Portland, Oreg. hospi- tal. Born Aug. 24, 1921, at Pence Springs. Mr. Lilly was retired from the military in 1964, was a U.S. Govern- ment Army and Navy employee, can Legion. Survivors include his wife, Libby Lilly; a son, Robert Lilly of Torrance, Calif.; a daughter, Judith Anne Lilly of Tigard; two brothers, Ralph Lilly of Webster Springs and Kenneth Lilly of Cleveland, Ohio; a sister, Norma Cochran of Webster Springs, and a grandchild, Sharlamane Lilly of Tigard. Mas of Christian Burial was held at 9:30 a.m. on Man. June 18 at the St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Tigard. Committal services followed in the Willamette National Ceme- tery in Portland. The Riverview Abbey Funeral Home in Portland was in charge of the arrangements. MRS. RUTH MAE NORRIS Mrs. Ruth Mae Norris, 70, of East Richmond, St. Clairsville, Ohio, and Wheeling, W.Va., and former resi- dent of Hinton, died Sun. June 17th at the Heartland Nursing Home in Lansing, Ohio, following a long ill- ness. She was preceded in death by her W. Va. Nursery Association. having served in the U.S. Navy from father and mother, Thomas J. Smith Survivors include his wife, Mar- July 11, 1942 to Nov. 11, 1945 and andMargaretAlleySmithPenning- garet Addison Cole; a son, Norman the U.S. Army from Feb. 21, 1948 to ton and a brother Charles R. Smith. H. Cole Jr. of Barger Springs; a Nov. 30, 1964 and was a member of Surviving are her husband, Wil- daughter, Linda Schacher of Orton- theKnightsofColumbusandAmeri- liana S.Norris; twodaughters, Linda ville, Mich.; six grandchildren, and I I II I II IIII III Tues. June 26. 1990 Hinton News - 3 Ruth Baylis of Newport News, Va., nephews. and Billie Gall Jones of St. She was Clairsville, Ohio; a brother John J. Emmanuel Smith and a sister, Mrs. Van A. (Tommy) Trail of Hinton, nieces and a charter member of the Baptist Church. Continued on page 5 Dr. William Peter Mathews 209 Ballengee Street Hlnton, W Va 25951 Telephone 304-466-3551 WILL BE Patients that cannot come in during the week 9 - 5 may call for night appointments. 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