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   Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - December 14, 1964, Charleston, West Virginia                                Obituary Notices BENNETT, the Rev. John Thom- as will be at a.m. Wednesday in St, Paul's Baptist Church in St. Albans for Mr. Bennett, 77, of 613 High St., St. Albans, who died Saturday. The Rev. W. M. Jones and the Rev. William K. Richardson will conduct the service. Burial will be in Locust Lane Cemetery at Win- ona. The body is at Trent and Smith Funeral Home and will be taken to the church an hour and a half before the service. BRACE, Mrs. Ada Wright of 424 Washington St., St. Al- bans, died Sunday in her home after a long illness. Surviving are three sons, George W. of St. Albans, Edison E. of Ryne, Ohio, and Frederick T. of Parkersburg; 10 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Service will be conducted at p.m. Tuesday in Bartlett Funeral Home in St. Albans by the Rev. Herb Capehart. Bur- ial will be in Teays Hill Ceme- tery at St. Albans. The Gazette makes M charge and never has charged for the publication of death notices. J. H. 81, ol Spencer, Franklin SlWftM 22, of foster children: 10 grandchil- dren; six great-grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Edith Fer- rell and Mrs. Gladys Coates both of Pontiac, Mich.; Mrs. Flossie Johnson of Magnolia, Ohio, Mrs. Margaret Nye of Lancaster, Ohio; one brother, Christopher Columbus Fry of Columbus, Ohio. The body is at Pryor Funeral Home in East Bank. CARVER, Mrs. Lillie E. Serv- ice will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Jeannette Baptist Church at Edmond by the Rev. Bert Jones. Burial will be in NuttalT Cemetery at Ed- mond. Mrs. Carver, 72, of Charleston, formerly of Ed- mond, died Saturday in St. Francis Hospital. The body will be taken from Wallace arid Wallace Funeral Home in Ansted to the church an hour before the service. CASTO. Mrs. Cloda Marie- Service for Mrs. Casto, 48, of Scott Depot, who died Saturday, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Alley and Casdorph Funeral Homfe at St. Albans by the Rev. Melvin Hayes. Burial will be in Teays Hill Cemetery. The body is at the funeral home. CASTO, Perry Luster 61, of Kenria, Jackson County, died Sunday at his daughters home in Ripley after a long ill- ness." He was a retired farm- er and a member of the Plainview Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife, Dessie, a son, Rondus G. of Rip- ley; two daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Anderson of Kenna and Mrs. Dorothy Hunt of Ripley; two brothers, Rosco and Raymond of Kenna; three sisters, Mrs. Dessie Randolph of Ripley, Mrs. Ora Randolph of Cedar Grove and Mrs. Elva Gandee of Sandyville; and 6 grandchildren. Service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tues- day at the Plainview Baptist Church by the Rev. Orville Walker. Burial will be in the Plainview Cemetery. The body is at the Parsons Funeral Home in Ripley. GRANT, John 85, of Ona, Cabell County, died Sun- day night in Hospital at Huntington after a short ill- ness. He was a retired Chesa- peake and Ohio locomotive engineer with 49 years' serv ice, a member of the Brother- hood of Locomotive Engineers and Mud River Baptist Church. Surviving are his widow, Cora Gillispie Grant; two daughters, Mrs. Ernest Higgenbotham of Ona and Mrs. Frontroy Bagby of St. Petersburg, Fla.; two sons, the Rev. Carval of Kermit and Ara Clovis of Santa Paula, Calif.; 14 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. Service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Heck Funeral Home in Milton by the Rev. Burl Taylor. Burial will be in Ridgelawn Cemetery in Hun- tington. Visitors may call at the funeral home after 10 a.m. Tuesday. HAMMOND, Dfayer Dee 74, of Williamson, died Sunday morning after a long illness. He was a retired salesman for Surviving in addition to his parents are a brother, Ken- neth Dewayne at home; ma- ternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Moss Sr. of Hur- ricane; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Maynard of Hurricane. The body is at the Allen Funeral Home in Hurricane. McCORMICK, Mrs. Ruby Rae Service will be at 11 a.m. today in Wilson Funeral Home for Mrs. McCormick, 71, of Sweet Springs, Green- brier County, formerly Charleston, who died Friday in Sweet Springs after a short illness. The Rev. Riker Ben- nett will conduct the service. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. She was a mem- ber of Asbury Methodist Church in Charleston. Sur- viving are two sons, Eugene Morris of Aiken, S. C., and Morris of Clarks- burg; a daughter, Mrs. Na- omi Parker of St. Louis, Mo.; two sisters, Mrs. H. S. Smith of Charleston and Mrs. J. C Taylor of Dixie; three broth ere, Siebert S. Elkins and Cecil L., both of Huntingtpn and Byron of Phoenix, Ariz, and six grandchildren. MITCHELL, John Henry Service will be conducted at p.m. Tuesday in Hardin am Hardin Funeral Home by EJ der Frank Scofield. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery Mr. Mitchell, 74, of 144 Wert Ave., died Friday. Miss Pauline V. 49. of Fairlea, 2 p.m., Fairlea ARP Church, Greenbrier County. The Rev. Dan Moore and the Rev. A. K. Whltesides. Greenbrier Memorial Cemetery at Lewisburg. HARD WICK, Mervin Edward 38, of Charmco, Greenbrier County. 2 p.m., Nickell Funeral Home at East Rainelle. The Rev. C. H. Flint and the Rev. P. E. Orndorff. Wallace Memorial Cemetery at Clintonville. HAYNES, Mrs. Helen Ervin 70, of Urbana, III., formerly cf Fayetteville, 2 p.m., Fayetteville Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Robert Payne. Huse Memorial Park at Fayetteville. CHAMNESS, Waldo E. Serv- ice for Mr. Chamness, 70, of 909WilkieDr., who died Sat- urday, will be conducted at 11 a.m. Tues- day in Bar- low Bonsall Funeral Home by the Rev. Paul B. Wat- lington Jr. Burial will be at p.m. in Mr. Chamness Blue Ridge .Memory Gardens at Prosper- ity. Mr. Chamness died at his home after a long illness. A native of Chamnesstown, 111., he was a retired du Pont em- ploye, was a member of First Baptist Church of Marion, HI., and attended Calvary Bap- tist Church in Charleston. Sur- viving are his widow Maxine; two daughters, the Misses Janeann and Betty Mae Chamness, both of Charles- ton; three sons, Donald Ray of Charleston, Clarence and Billy Chamness, both of Mar- .ion, 111.; five sisters, Mrs. Ethelyn Miller of Los Angeles, Mrs. Lucille Hade of Chicago, Mrs. Harriet Haeger of Evans- ton, 111., Mrs. Mona Dougher- ty of Vista, Calif., and Mrs. Julia Conover of Miami, Fla.; two brothers, Willie of Marion, 111., and Raymond Chamness of Burbank, Calif.; and five grandchildren. DUNBAR, Baxter Bobbitt Service will be conducted at p.m. Tuesday at Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home in East Rainelle by the Rev. Wesley Pennington. Burial will be in Wallace Memorial Cem- etery at Clintonville. Mr. Dun- bar, 46, of Rainelle, Green- brier County, died Friday at Appalachian Regional Hospital in Beckley from .burns re- ceived Dec. 4 at the Lohann and Johnson Oil Co. at Lester. FERRELL, Mrs. ice will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Trent and Smith Funeral Home for Mrs. Ferrell, 77, of 459-E Wertz Ave., who died Friday. The Rev. James Aus- tin will conduct the service. Burial will Spring Hiil Cemetery. FRY, William L. (Roy) 73, of Crown Hill, died Sunday morn- ing in Laird Memorial Hospi- tal after a long illness. He was a retired miner, having been last employed by the Riverton Coal Co. of'Crown Hill, and was a member of UNW Local 1209 of Crown Hill. He was a native of Burr Oak, Ohio, and had lived ,'in West Virginia since 1924. Surviving are hfc widow, Ruth; one daughter, Mrs. Lavcra Stolard of Chi- cago, 111.; two sons, Chris- topher LeRoy of Tampa, Fla. and Charles Roy at home; 13 Armour and Co. Surviving are his vvidow, Cassie Chafin Hammond; six daughters, Mrs. Helen Stillman of Royal Oak, Mich., Mrs. H. W. Brooks of Leesburg, Fla., Mrs. James Justice of Maitland, Fla., Miss Janice Kay of Detroit, Miss Evelyan Mae and Miss Dee Anna, both of Williamson; four sons, Carl of Cleveland, Ohio, Dee Jr. of Fullerton, Calif., Russell of Warren, Ohio, and Jack of Charleston; one broth- er, Lon of Lenore; one sister, Mrs. Sula Mosley of Davin. Service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Memorial Methodist Church in William- son by the Rev. Lloyd Stidom and the Rev. Jack Sampson. Burial will be in Mountain View Memory Garden in Ma- her, Mingo County. The body will remain at Allen Funeral Home in Williamson until one hour before the service. HARRISON, William G. 83, of 1883 Palm Dr., died Sun- day night in Daugherty Nurs- ing Home after a long illness. He was a Jackson County na- White Sulphur Springs, 2 p.m., Pente- costal Holiness Church. The Rev. C. E. Wood. Hil'.crest Cemetery. KAGG, Oren 80, of Little Birch, Braxton County, 1 p.m., Robertson Funeral Home at Sutlon. Rose Hill Cemetery at Mill Creek. funerals Today St. Albans 1169 Survive Fayette Woman, 92 GAULEY BRIDGE Service will be held today here for a Fayette County woman who died Saturday, leaving 169 living de- p.m., Sinnett Funeral Home at Spencer.! The Sev. J. K. Hamby. Gandeeville Cemetery, Rodiie County. BELLETTO, Mrs. Mary Margaret 86, of Richwood, 10 a.m.. Holy Family Catholic Church at Rlchwood. The Rev. Charles Fijal. Mountain View Me- morial Park at Richwood. ASTO, Cecilia Lou Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson G. Casto of Star Route. Poca. 11 a.m., Gatens Fu- neral Home at Poca. The Rev. David Lett. Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens. 70, of 1500 HAPLAN. Mrs. Haltle Dixie St., 11 a.m., Barlow-Bonsall Fu- neral Home. Rabbi Samuel Volkman. B'nai Israel Cemetery. LAYTON, Ollie J. 77, of Ansted, 2 p.m.. Freewill Baptist Church. The Rev. Billy Samms and the Rev. Guy Vaushsn. Restlawn Memory Gardens at Victory. LOWE, Robert W. 58, of 732 Garvin Ave., 11 a.m., Snodgrass Funeral Home. The Rev. John WIlcox. Tyler Moun- tain Memory Gardens. Dr. Vaughan MCLAUGHLIN, Mrs. Flora Mae 78, of 404Vi Second Ave., South Charles- ton, 2 p.m., Degnan Funeral Home at South Charleston. The Rev. Harold Runyon. Graceland Memorial Park at South Charleston. PRITT, Elvin C. 76, of Kanawha Two-mile, 11 a.m., Cunningham Fu- neral Home. The Rev. Walter G. Gat- ton. Floral Hill Cemetery. RADER, Mrs. Icy Marie 59, of Reedy, Roane County, 2 p.m., Vandale Fu- neral Home in Spencer. The Rev. Leon Strickland. Starcher Cemetery. SLATER, Mrs. Ella Mae 67, of 1103 First Ave. S., Nitro, Virginia Home Mission Rev. Robert Lett. Big tery at Poca. 2 p.m.. West in Nitro. The Cherry Ceme- tive. He retired in 1948 from Kelly Ax Division of True Temper Corp. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Minnie Harper of Charleston and Mrs. Monnie Boggess of Albany, Ohio; three sisters, Mrs. Nel- lie Hayes of Milton, Mrs. Roxie Gillispie and Mrs. Lucy Harrison, both of Charleston; five grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. The body is at Cunningham Funeral Home. MORGAN, James Harvey Wil Ham 52, of 5206 Baldwin Dr., Cross Lanes, died Sunday morning at his home of a heart attack. He was a teleg- rapher and agent for the New York Central System for 22 years and a veteran of World War II. Surviving are his wid- ow. Anna Lee; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey W. Mor- gan of Point Pleasant; three brothers, 0. F. of Rochester, Pa., Eugene of Charleston and D. K.- of Belle. Service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednes- day hi Crow-Hussell Funeral Home in Point Pleasant by the Rev. Leroy Keeney and the Rev. Wilbur Baxter. Bur- ial will be in Suncrest Ceme- tery at Point Pleasant. The body is at Cooke and Pauley Funeral Home in Nitro and will be taken to Point Pleasant Tuesday afternoon. Visitors may call at Cooke and Pauley Funeral Home after 2 p.m. Monday and after 5 p.m. Tues- day at the Crow-Hussell Fu- neral Home. MYERS, Robert Bacil Serv- YOUNG, Mrs. Mollie 85, of Mammoth, 2 p.m.. Cook Funeral Home at Cedar Grove. The Rev. Ralph Keenan and the Rev. Ebra McCormick. Ward Ceme- tery. Crash Kills Favette Man Russell, 43, of Montgomery Heights, was dead on arrival Sunday morning at Laird Memorial Hospital here after his car went over an em- bankment off U.S. 60 at Alloy. B. C. Hooper Funeral Home here said that Russell was thrown from the car during the plunge, and that it landed on his body. The wreck oc- curred about 3 a.m. Physician Dies at 67 Dr. Edwin 0. Vaughan, St. Albans physician and council- man, died Sunday in Charles- ton Memorial Hospital after un- dergoing heart surgery. He was 67. A native of Monroe Coun- ty, he was a St. Albans resi- dent for 35 years and lived at 425 Ninth Ave. He was a member of St. Andre w's M e t h o d i s t Church, the American Medical Assn., West Virginia State Medical Assn. and the Kanawha County Medical Society. He was a Rotarian and a Mason, holding membership in Masonic Lodge 7 of Union. Dr. Vaughan was educated at West Virginia and Emory universi- ties. His wife died last January. SURVIVING ARE two sons Edwin 0. Jr. of St. Albans and Dr. John W. of Fayetteville, N. C.; two daughters, Mrs. Mary B. Reed of St. Albans and Miss Ruth Vaughan at home; a brother, Dr. Dennis R. of St Albans; and a sister, Mrs. Lela Miller of Union. Service will be conducted at 11 a.m. Tuesday in St. An- drew's Methodist Church by the Rev. Aldrcd P. Wallace. Burial will be in Cunningham Memorial Park. The body is at Barflett Fu neral Home in St. Albans anc will be taken to the church an hour before the service. The family suggested that friend: who desire may make cpntribu tions to Thomas Memorial Hos pital Assn., in lieu of flowers. Hospital Group Meets The annual meeting o Charleston Memorial Hospita Assn. will be held at 8 p.m today in the hospital at 320C Noyes Ave. SE. Three members will be elecl Monday, December 14> 1S64 The GiarleStOIl HUSK, Mrs. Nancy Service will be conducted at 11 a.m. at the Hur Methodist Church by the Rev. Robert Dusfcey. Burial will be in Husk Ceme- tery at Hur. Mrs. Husk, 84, of Cleveland, formerly of Hur, died Saturday at Parma Com- munity Hospital in Cleveland after a long illness. She was a member of Mount Olive Bap- tist Church. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Rosa Carpen- ter of Cremo and Mrs. Etta Coon of Cleveland, Ohio; two sons, Homer 01 Cleveland and Commodore of Parkersburg; a brother, William Slider Mount Zion. The body is Stump Funeral Home Grantsville. ice will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the St. John Metho- dist Church in Teays Valley by the Rev. Lowell E. Keeney. Burial will be in the Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens. Mr. Myers, 48, of Rt. 1, Hur- ricane, died Saturday in St. Marys Hospital in Huntingtpn after a long illness. Listed in- correctly in a previous obitu- ary was Miss Sandra Gail at home. The .body is at Al- len Funeral Home. RUSSELL, Mrs. Elizabeth Requiem Mass will be cele- brated at 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Catherine Catholic Church at Ronceverte by the Rev. Jo- seph Jamula. Burial will be in the Rosewood Cemetery at Lewisburg. Mrs. Russell, ol Lewisburg, died Saturday at Greenbrier Valley Hospital af- ter falling in her home. The Rosary will be recited at p.m. at the Wallace and Wal- lace Funeral Home at Lewis- burg. SPOLTORE, Prosperity, Felix 70, died Sunday LANE, Ivan Willard 40, of An- sted, Fayette County, died Sat- urday at Veterans Hospital in Beckley after a long illness. He was a member of the Unit- ed States Ah- Force for 17 years a member of Mount Erie Church at Ramsey. Sur- viving are his widow, Evelyn; four sons, Larry, Gary, Terry, and Gregory all of Ansted; his mother, Mrs. Elsie Campbell of Victor; six half-sisters, Mrs. Richard Thomas and Mrs. Nathan Hess of Bruns- wick, Ohio, Mrs. Paul Dobbins and Mrs. Dan Wilson of Lam Pac, Calif., Mrs. Jerry Glad- well of Louisville, Ky., and Mrs. Darrell Hanshew of Lan- sing, Mich.; a brother, Victor K. of Victor; three half-broth- ers, Charles Campbell of Me- dina, Ohio, Tommy Campbell of Olmsted, Ohio, and Daniel Campbell of Victor. Service will be conducted at 2 p.m Wednesday at Mount Erie Church by the Rev. Wesley Pennington and the Rev. Carl Chapman. Burial will be in Fox Cemetery at Victor. The body will be taken from Wal- lace and Wallace Funeral Home in Ansted to the resi- dence at 5 p.m. Tuesday, and to the church an hour before the service. MAYNARD, Richard Graveside service will be con- ducted for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Maynard of 317 Budding Ave., Hurricane at 1ft a.m. at the Mount. Mor- iah Church Cemetery by the Rev. Homer Curry. The two- day-old child died Saturday at Thomas Memorial Hospital. the Appalachian Regional Hospital after a long illness He was a retired coal miner and a member of the St Frances deSales Catholic Church in Beckley. Surviving are his widow, Helen, four daughters, Miss Helen a home, Mrs. Thomas Kincaic of Prosperity, Mrs. Junior Massey of Newark, Del., anc Mrs. Harry Stafford of Cleve land, Ohio; a brother, James of Newark, N. J.; and 11 grandchildren. The body is a Rose and Quesenberry Fu neral Home in Beckley. WOLFE, Mrs. Minnie Ellen 85, of Glenyille, died Sundaj in her home after a lonj illness. She was the widow o Granville Wolfe, who died in 1933. She was a member o First Baptist Church of Glen ville and teacher of its Worn en's Bible Class for 33 years Surviving are two sons, Fran! of Baltimore and Earl Wolf of Charleston; five daughters Mrs. Mary Bush of Parker; burg, Mrs. Jessie Luzader Mrs. Lucy Xillingsworth, Mis Eloise and Miss Mabel Wolfe all of Glenville; two sisters Mrs. Estella Wolfe of Gi'afto and Mrs. Nora Bush of Clarks burg; a brother, Earl Hare man cf Tanner; seven grant children and 15 great-granc children. Service will be con ducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday First Baptist Church of Glen ville by the Rev. J. Smit Dye. Burial will be in Wooc ford Cemetery at Glenville The body will be taken from Spurgeou Mortuary in Glen ville to the church at noo Tuesday. Friends may call a the funeral home after 1 p.m today. An Ansted native, Russell had lived in Montgomery Heights for the past 14 years. He was shop foreman for Brown Chev- rolet garage in Montgomery. A World War II veteran, he was a member of Kanawha Valley American Legion Post 58 at Montgomery and Kanawha Voi- ture 1087 of the Forty and Eight in Charleston. Surviving are his widow El- en; a son, Robert Russell of tiarleston; a stepdaughter, Mrs. toiita Bowles of Charleston; a tepson, Clinton Kirk of Wash- ngton, D.C.; his stepfather and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Harry ieller of Ansted; and a brother, Franklin Russell of Ansted. The body is at B. C. Hooper uneral Home here. Mother Dies In Attempt To Save Sons NORTON, Mass. tf) Two oung boys and their mother rowned Sunday when they fell tirough ice on a pond near their lome and she tried to rescue them. A neighbor and three firemen were hospitalized following fu- ile efforts to pull the three per- ons from the icy water. The drowning victims were Mrs. Richard L. Berg, 31, and her sons, Lawrence, 6, and George, 5. Police said a neighbor, Joseph Cabral, was holding Mrs. Berg of as she reached out for her two at sons, who had been playing on Jarrowsville Pond. Cabral lost his grip and fell in after Mrs. Berg. He was rescued by another neighbor, Crawford Archer, who was later hospital- ized for treatment of exposure. Also hospitalized were firemen Seorge Burgess and Captain Howard Ferguson of the rescue squad and an unidentified volun- teer fireman. Berg is employed at the Texas Instrument Corp. in Attleboro, Mass. Rite Today For Braxton Serviceman BURNSVILLE Service wil held at 2 p.m. Tuesday here for Franklin Howard Wine, 22 of who was killec Thursday in a car wreck Newport News, Va. It will be conducted in Firs Methodist Church here by the Rev. Neal Dent. Burial will be in Knights of Pythias Cemetery at Burnsville with military rites by the Home Guards of Gassa way. The body will be taken to the residence of his parents from Stockert Funeral Home in Flatwoods at 2 p.m. today, and to the church an hour before tb service. The Braxton County service- man was stationed with the Navy at Newport News. Surviving are his parents, Mr and Mrs. Howard B. Wiae o Burnsville; five sisters, Jane, Ann, Barbara, Brenda and Lin- da Wine, all at home; six broth- ers, Paul, Kenneth, William, Marvin, Dale and Donald Wine, all at home. ed to the board of trustees t fill the offices of members whos terms expire today. scendants. The service for Mrs. Ruth Ann kaggs, 92, of Cannelton, will >e conducted at 1 p.m. in Combs Funeral Home by the Rev. Earl ightfoot. Burial will be in Hughes Cemetery at Mount Olive, near Cannelton. Mrs. Skaggs died at her home after a long illness. She was a member of Mount Olive Methodist Church for 80 years. Surviving are four sons Charles and Harold of Belva, arl and Burl Skaggs of Can- nelton; six daughters, Mrs. Clara Wells, Mrs. Maude Lykin and Mrs. Bonnie Clonch of Can- nelton, Mrs. Grace Elswick of Dixie, Mrs. Florence -Thornton I Charleston and Mrs. Iva Rob- inson of Miami, Fla. Three brothers, the Rev. F. H Hughes of Grafton, R. J. Hughes of Cannelton and V. C. Hughes of Belva; 37 grandchildren, 7; reat grandchildren and 49 ;reat great grandchildren. Former State Soldier Gets Silver Star PARKERSBURG UP) A former Wood County soldier was awarded the Silver Star Sundaj :or gallantry in action in Soutl Viet Nam. Gapt. Donald F. Cunning- bam 33, of Vienna, was honored at ceremonies at the Army reserve center here. Col. James A. Riley of Wheel ing, commander of the U. Army Coro.'s eastern sector presented the decoration to Gun ningham for his action agains the Viet Cong last April. CUNNINGHAM WAS regi mental adviser to a Vietnames force which libgratec' a villag near the Cambodian border. H was wounded by gunfire and paralyzed from waist down. The injury resulted in Cun- ningham's retirement from ac- tive duty last December. children, including the present queen. They called her "Lala." RoyallSursemaidDies at Age 90 MAIDENHEAD, Bill, 90, nursemaid :o Britain's royal family for 40 years, died Sunday in the hos )ital here. She was "nanny" to CHRISTMAS CHEER The Salvation Army needs your help to provide some measure of Christmas Happiness for families who otherwise will have nothing at all. At least is needed to care for approximately i'amihes in this area. Send your dona- tion to the Salvation Army, 301 Tennessee Ave., Charleston. Names of donors will be published in the Gazette if this coupon is completed and mailed with your donation. Share your Christmas this year. 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