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athf'mder 11 Clarence Moss, Donate Moss, Othella Lindsey, Mabel Rennie Wells. Betty L. Foraker. Chandes Mohr, Tiny Mohr, Shir- rell and Evonne Mohr. George Mowery, Juanita Beane Mowery. Glen and Zeta Mohr, Louise Basil, Bill and Regina Moore. Louise Haines White, Carris Singleton. elate Singleton, Olive Moore Alfred, WILLIAM L. BUTCHER William L. Butcher, 95, of Turner Town. died Friday, September 28. in the Crest View Manor, following an extended il- lness. He was born March 10. 1889, in Troy. On July 4, 1922. he was mar- Marie Woods, Westor,, Mrs. Jane Rose. Canton. Ohio, and Mrs. Neta Gumm, Rosedale and ten grandchildren. Services were held August 11. with the Reverend Delbert Dawes officiating. Burial was in the Springboro Gemetery. Grade School 11 at the Nor- School for reunion. It this year, ' faces. one teacher in Mrs. She taught I ill 1944. Several were present at year. Orpha Griggs, Hayward Moore,ried to Oris Myrtle Keister, who AUBRA MICK awarded to: Mrs. Mildred Moore. Due(old Mohr,preceded him in death on Aubra Mick, 89, of Sand Fork. Melton. walking Doll Mohr. Wilde White Shaf-November 7• 1972. died Friday, September 28, at to school: fer. Linda White Waldeck, Surviving are one half- his residence, following an e×- was Mrs. Calvin Unger. Mary Adams, brother, Fred Bennett, Folsom; tended illness. Wells, starting to Basil Beane, Charlotte Beene, two sisters. Mrs. Ida McBride, He was born in Gilmer Cauu- hool when she Sissy Beane, Rosie Shaver, Mis- Glenville• and Mrs. Bessie Hall, ty, February 13, 1895 a son of years old in the ty Shaver. Roger Beane, Elaine Akron, Ohio; and several nieces the late Hutson D. and Mary Liz- YOungest student Beane. Glen Moore, Wanda and nephews, zie Heath Mick. Roger Beane; Moore, Mary Unger• Stacy Preceding him in death• in ad- He was twice married first to greatest distance Unger. Herbert Unger, Sharondition to his wife, were two half- the former Lizzie Barker• who White She(far, Unger, Jennings Unger, Jimmybrothers, and four sisters, preceded him in death in May 1,000 miles from Unger, Annette Unger, Douglas icho! :: of Wiil amstown, sent in this picture of tb-' ie ma Williams District second grade clas from o.tv one identified in the picture is t ed who hesecond from the left in the third Mr. Butcher was a retired 1972. and then to the former Upon leaving C, erwig, Wilda 1o Gerwig, Betty Hope Gas employee, serving inLucille Barker Murphy, on raadethestate-L. GreenliefLinger, TerryPyles, the Kennedy District as a November 28, 1977, who su> s well worth the Michele Pyles, Mary Moore engineer, retiring in 1949. with _ vires at Sand Fork. and visit with so Moss, Leeman Moss, Mrs. Helen 34 years of service. He was a Also surviving are three Wb oev,,. h-reh ro ,hallsville spent some time with Mr. [ friends and BeRgS Melton (teacher). George World War I veteran, serving in grandchildren; several a,d tmmbi : littleMrs. Park Woodyard. They " Melton, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly France. He was a member of the nieces and several nephews, child, inthe w .n! and visited Mr. and Mrs. as!on was heldSponaugle, Kyle Sponaugle, American Legion Post 4 since He was the last surviving Earl Miller of Shock. Dins has member of his immediate family, Haines White asCorn Sponaugle. Elaine Norman1919, the VFW Post 1976, beth sb oi?g preceded in death by one not been well for some time. next years reu- Sponaugle, caleb Turner. Justus of Weston; the World War I the They are putting a new roof l ill be held the se- Turner. Connie Jenkins Turner Veterans Barracks of West so , Dallas Mick; five sisters Ro, edale on the Church of Christ near Y'm August 1985. and Donna Jenkins Moore. Virginia 3276, and a life and one brother. Sept m!:,e San(tar Shock. Louise has asked that each member of the Disabled Mr. Mick was a retired driller did There is one thing I do that I ing this year's one correspond with her for American Veterans, Chapterl9,in the oil and gas field for not $,o, for hear about when I fail to get the Sinda Dulley, ines next year, especially the ones of Fairmont. several years, and a farmer. He .... White, Charles that have an address or a Services were held Monday, was a member of the Burnsvilie %!u!. Rover in the paper. First thing l • le:.Ier i hear when I meet someone is Mohr Jenkins, telephone number of a studentOctober 1• with burial in theMasonic Lodge AF&AM, and the Wendell Beane, that has not been located. Butchersville Cemetery. tCyhurch°fChristinGilmerC°unchildrcn, L' through' ' herewastheR°ver?I!ookedmy paper for it. Well, rman• LaGretta Please write to Louise (Haines} American Legion Post 4 of . visit. l N .... ~ 'Vhite L, ss i! is nice to be Norman. Wanda White. 11224 North Station Rd., Weston were in charge of the Services were held Sunday, reCe C Columbia Station, OH 44028. graves!de rites. September 30. with Brad , ...... Fenneth Gerwig, remembered, but, sorry I get Roberts officiating. Burial wasEuger.c , hawn slow or have trouble getting it in i t a, ........ AHe~ v,~.~, "h~ P ~ ~ ~'~'~.r~, ~,-':, ou !imP. MRS. I DERDOBBINS tne eston Masonic , ' ,' t;a en had to take Andrea Fannie M. Dobbins, 78, of y. sbawn :w::. back t,, her doctor in Grafton, Ohio, formerly of RUSSELLD LANGFORD Mrs, tte