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PAGE NEWS & COURIER OBITUARIES 1970-1979, Part 1

Page News & Courier, Thursday 13 May 1976
CLYDE ALESHIRE
            Clyde Lee Aleshire, 84, of Stanley died Friday evening, May 7, at Page Memorial Hospital.
            He had been in failing health six years.
            He was born Feb. 23, 1892 at Stanley and was a son of the late Isaac and Caroline Purdham Aleshire.
            Mr. Aleshire served as manager of Luray Orchards for many years.
            He was a member of Page United Methodist Church.
            His wife, the former Lillie Dale Sisler, died Feb. 26, 1965.
            Surviving are a son, James E. Aleshire of Stanley; two daughters, Mrs. Alma H. Noland of Front Royal and Mrs. Caroline A. Sawyers of Baltimore; a sister, Mrs. Nora Petefish of Luray; four grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted 11 a.m. Monday, May 10, at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. Jennings W. Hobson. Burial was in Beahm’s Chapel Cemetery.               
Page News & Courier, Thursday 9 Feb 1978***
MRS. ROSA ALESHIRE
            Mrs. Rosa Belle Aleshire, 86, of Rt. 1, Luray died Monday, Feb. 6, at Page Memorial Hospital.
            She was born Sept. 9, 1891 in Warren County and was a daughter of the late Charles Ashby and Eliza Mathews Corbin.
            In March 1915 she married Noah William Aleshire, who survives.
            Surviving, besides her husband, are two sons, Ashby F. Aleshire and Clarence W. Aleshire, both of Luray; a daughter, Mattie Morgan of Luray; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
            A funeral service was conducted Wednesday, Feb. 8, at the Bradley Funeral Home. Burial was in Beahm's Chapel Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 4 May 1978***
MRS. ZORA ALESHIRE
            Mrs. Zora Belle Aleshire, 95, of Rt. 4, Luray, died Saturday morning, April 29, at Page Memorial Hospital.
            Mrs. Aleshire was born Dec. 7, 1882 in Page County and was a daughter of the late Benjamin Franklin and Annie Parks Stoneberger.
            She was the widow of Luther Martin Aleshire, who died in September of 1921.
            Surviving are a son, Herbert Clarence Aleshire of Hagerstown, Md.; a daughter, Virginia Roberta Hitt of Luray; 16 grandchildren, and 33 great grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Tuesday, May 2, at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. Alfred Comer and the Rev. O.L. Martin. Burial was in Beahm's Chapel Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 27 Apr 1978***
DAVID HUNTER ALGER
            David Hunter Alger, 82, was dead on arrival at Rockingham Memorial Hospital Saturday afternoon, April 22, after being stricken at his Rt. 2 Elkton home.
            He was born Aug. 9, 1895 in Rockingham County and was a son of the late Phillip and Charlotte Rhinehart Alger.
            Mr. Alger was a retired employee of Bond Lumber Co. and was a veteran of World War I.
            He was married to the former Ida Stoneberger, who survives.
            Also surviving are a daughter, Margaret Lucille Breeden of Shenandoah; three sons, Lynwood and Grover Alger, both of Elkton, and Carroll Alger of Springfield; 22 grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchildren.
            A funeral service was conducted Monday, April 24, at Bethel United Church of Christ by the Rev. Robert Palin and the Rev. S.E. Madren. Burial was in Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 17 Dec 1970***
MRS. DESSIE KITE ALGER
            Mrs. Dessie Kite Alger, 80, of Millwood died Tuesday, Dec. 15, at the Shawnee Springs Nursing Home in Winchester.
            She was born Nov. 30, 1890 in Page County, a daughter of the late Isaac and Martha Jane Comer Kite.
            She is survived by six children, Earl E. Alger and George F. Alger of Millwood; Ernest L. Alger of Timberville; Mrs. Naomi Nisselrodt of Harrisonburg; Floyd W. Alger and Mrs. Alice Moore, both of Winchester.
            Also surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Lula Housden of Luray, Mrs. Minnie Myers and Myrtle Shea, of Los Angeles, Cal.; four brothers, Dan Kite of Silver Spring, Md., Ed, Fred and Lee Kite all of Harrisonburg.
            She was preceded in death by her husband, L.F. Alger and two sons.
            Funeral services will be conducted 11 a.m. today (Thursday) at Millwood Methodist Church by the Rev. Jesse E. Tate Jr. Interment will be in the Newport Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 25 Jan 1973***
ISAAC L. ALGER
            Isaac L. Alger, 67, of Aliquippa, Pa. died Sunday, Jan. 22 in an Aliquippa hospital.
            He was born Nov. 3, 1905 at Stanley and was a retired farmer.
            Surviving are his wife, the former Virginia Downing; a daughter, Mrs. Paul (Delores) Herron of Aliquippa; three brothers, Irvin and Floyd of Aliquippa; Elmer, of Shenandoah; four sisters, Mrs. Frank (Martha) Everhart of Gettysburg, Pa., Mrs. Charles (Viola) Jenkins of Luray; Mrs. Walter (Elsie) Frye of Winchester, Mrs. David (Bertha) Williams of Front Royal.
            Funeral services were conducted Tuesday at the James J. Darroch Funeral Home in Aliquippa. Burial was in the Sylvania Hills Cemetery at Rochester, Pa.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 1 Jul 1976
JOHN A. ALGER
            John Abraham Alger, 89, of Rt., Elkton died Monday, June 28 at Rockingham Memorial Hospital.
            Mr. Alger was born Jan. 18, 1887 at Stanley and was a son of the late John and Margaret Secrist Alger.
            He was a retired carpenter.
            Surviving are his wife, the former Ardelia Meadows; five sons, William Henry Alger of Elkton and Buck, Jesse, Robert and Mike Alger, all of Stanley; three daughters, Mrs. Ethel Wyant and Mrs. Edith Samuels, both of Elkton, and Mrs. Elsie Taylor of Harrisonburg; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; great-great-grandchildren; five step-children, Mrs. Hilda Lloyd and Paul and Donnie Meadows, all of Quicksburg, and Elvin Meadows and Mrs. Reva Breeden, both of Luray, and a sister, Mrs. Lucy Woodward of Craigsville.
            The funeral was conducted 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 30, at the Lindsey Harrisonburg Funeral Home by the Rev. Charles R. Kite. Burial was in the Huffman Cemetery.                        
Page News & Courier, Thursday 21 Nov 1974***
JOHN W. ALGER
            John Wesley Alger, 67, of Rt. 1, Elkton died of an apparent heart attack Friday afternoon, Nov. 15.
            Mr. Alger was stricken at his home and was dead on arrival at Rockingham Memorial Hospital.
            He was born July 5, 1907 in Page County and was a son of the late John A. and Josephine Meadows Alger.
            Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Eppard of Staunton, Mrs. Shirley Wyant of Elkton and Mrs. Gladys Casen of Harrisonburg; three sisters, Mrs. Edith Samuels and Mrs. Ethel Wyant, both of Elkton and Mrs. Elsie Taylor of Harrisonburg; a brother, William Alger of Elkton, and three half-brothers, Buck, Jesse and Michael, all of Stanley.
            The funeral was conducted Sunday at Bear Lithia Baptist Church by the Rev. George H. Shivers. Burial was in Mowbray family cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 31 Jan 1974***
LEWIS ALGER
            Lewis Everett Alger, 53, of Rileyville died Monday evening, Jan. 28 at the Veteran's Hospital in Martinsburg, W.Va...
            He was born June 12, 1920 in Page County and was a son of the late Isaac N. and Mattie Chrisman Alger.
            He was married March 28, 1941 to the former Lola Mable Riley, who died Oct. 1, 1973.
            Surviving are four sons, Bobby L., Albert W., Joseph N. and Lewis E. Alger Jr., all of Rileyville; a daughter, Miss Lola K. Alger of Rileyville; three brothers, Frank Alger, of Winchester, Virgil Alger of Rileyville and Robert Alger of Bentonville; six sisters, Mrs. Vallie Deavers of Browntown, Mrs. Maggie Fristoe, Mrs. Nettie Morrison and Mrs. Irma Guy, all of Bentonville, Mrs. Mattie Burkehart of Front Royal and Mrs. Maude Miller of Maryland, and two grandchildren.
           
Page News & Courier, Thursday 27 Apr 1978***
MRS. CHRISTINE S. ALLEN
            Mrs. Christine Norene Allen, 63, of Washington, D.C. died Sunday, April 23, at D.C. General Hospital, where she had been a patient five weeks.
            Mrs. Allen was born Aug. 29, 1914 in Page County and was a daughter of the late Melford and Rosie Smith.
            Surviving are two sons, William of Pa. and Arlo Allen, of Washington, D.C.; a daughter, Martha Rose Morris of Institute, W.Va.; 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
            The funeral was conducted Wednesday morning, April 26, at Mount Carmel Freewill Baptist Church by the Rev. George Cubbage. Burial was in the Marshall family cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 17 Dec 1970***
EDGAR C. ALLEN
            Edgar Cleveland Allen, 70, of Rt. 2, Luray, died at his home at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 15...
            He was a son of the late William and Martha Jenkins Allen and was born Oct. 12, 1900 in Page County.
            He is survived by four brothers, Albert Allen of Luray, Guy Allen of New Bedford, Mass., Luney Allen of Cleveland, Ohio and Burnmen Allen of McKeesport, Pa., and two sisters, Mrs. Gladys Acie of McKeesport, Pa. and Mrs. Alice Knight of Peolla, Pa.
            The funeral will be conducted 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 19, at the Bradley Funeral Home in Luray by the Rev. J.D. Jenkins. Burial will be in Mt. Carmel Baptist Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 4 Apr 1974***
HARRY B. ATKINS
            Harry Bryant Atkins, 80, of Rt. 4, Luray died Wednesday morning, March 27 at Page Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient 18 days...
            Mr. Atkins was born April 15, 1893 in Page County and was a son of the late George W. and Mary Jenkins Atkins.
            He was a retired employee of the Virginia Department of Highways and was a member of the Bethlehem Lutheran Church.
            On Dec. 24, 1919 he married the former Beulah Judd, who survives.
            Also surviving is a son, Alvin L. Atkins of Hagerstown, Md.
            The funeral was conducted Friday at the Bradley Funeral Home in Luray by the Rev. Russel J. Crouse. Burial was in Beahm's Chapel Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 27 Apr 1978***
Atkins Funeral                        (JAMES E. ATKINS)
            A funeral service for James E. Atkins was conducted Friday morning, April 21, at Evergreen Cemetery in Luray by Elder L.S. Crawford.
            Mr. Atkins, 53 of Richmond died Tuesday morning, April 18, at McGuire Veterans Hospital where he had been a patient a week.
            He was born Nov. 26, 1924 in Page County and was a son of Herman B. Atkins of Luray
and the late Elsie Ramey Atkins.
            Surviving, besides his father, are a son, James Atkins of Leesburg; a daughter, Barbara Caylor of Texas, and a sister, Clarice Doss of Richmond.                                                               
Page News & Courier, Thursday 18 Apr 1974***
MRS. CARRIE ATWOOD
            Mrs. Carrie Lee Atwood, 89, of Rt. 1, Luray died March 21 at Liberty House Nursing Home, Waynesboro.
            She was born Feb. 5, 1885 in Page County and was a daughter of the late Abraham and Rebecca Kibler Shenk.
            On Nov. 11, 1903 she married David R. Atwood, who died Sept. 3, 1973.
            Surviving are a son, Virgil Atwood of Arlington; a daughter, Mrs. Hazel Brown of Washington, D.C.; a brother, Charles A. Shenk of Luray; two sisters, Mrs. Ollie Kemp of Charlottesville and Mrs. Louise Kibler of North East, Md., and one grandchild.
            A funeral service was conducted March 23 at Bradley Funeral Home. Burial was in the family cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 1 Feb 1973***
Mrs. Bailey                  (MRS. MAUDE BAILEY)
            Mrs. Maude Grey Bailey, 82, of Rt. 2, Stanley died Thursday afternoon, Jan. 25, at Page Memorial Hospital, where she had been a patient two weeks.
            Mrs. Bailey was born Feb. 3, 1890 in Page County and was a daughter of the late R.O. and Mary Weakley Grey.
            She was the widow of Robert L. Bailey.
            The funeral was conducted Saturday at the Bradley Funeral Home in Luray by the Rev. Jennings Hobson. Burial was in the Grey cemetery near Stanley.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 1 Mar 1979***
MRS. CORA JANE BALDWIN
            Mrs. Cora Jane Baldwin, 62, of Luray died Friday morning, Feb. 23, at Winchester Hospital.
            Mrs. Baldwin was born Jan. 9, 1917 in Page County and was a daughter of the late Louis B. and Lula M. Taylor Berry.
            On Dec. 20, 1935, she married David Burke Baldwin, who died March 18, 1971.
            Surviving are two sons, Roderick C. and David L. Baldwin, both of Luray; two sisters, Hazel Bates of York, Pa. and Groveen Gaug of Davidsonville, Md., and three grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Sunday, Feb. 25, at Luray Christian Church by the Rev. O.L. Martin and the Rev. Buddy Caviness. Burial was in Beahm's Chapel Cemetery.                 
Page News & Courier, Thursday 8 Jan 1976***
MARY BAUGHER
            Mrs. Mary (Mollie) Baugher, 82, of Elkton died Wednesday,  Memorial Hospital.
            She was born in Page County July 5, 1893 and was a daughter of the late Thomas W. and Matilda Jollett Meadows.
            On April 1, 1914, she married Lester L. Baugher, who died April 25, 1969.
            Surviving are two sons, Herb L. and John W. Baugher, both of Elkton; three sisters, Mrs. T.W. Eppard of Elkton, and Mrs. John Smith and Mrs.Zutty Smith, both of Shenandoah; one brother, Wesley Meadows of Baltimore, Md.; two grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.
            The funeral was conducted Saturday, Jan. 3, at the Evangelical United Methodist Church by the Rev. Henry S. Moody Jr. and the Rev. Johnny Hensley. Burial was in Elk Run Cemetery.                                                                                                                    
Page News & Courier, Thursday 12 Dec 1974***
JOHN BERKOUSKI
            John E. Berkouski of Baltimore, Md. died Sunday, Dec. 1, after a lingering illness.
            He is survived by his wife, the former Frances May of Shenandoah; a daughter, Mrs. Jean Bertrand of Baltimore, Md.; a son, John E. Berkouski Jr., serving in the US Air Force in Japan and seven grandchildren.
            Mr. Berkouski is the son-in-law of a former Shenandoah resident, the late Mrs. Nora B. May.
            A funeral service was conducted in Baltimore.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 18 Apr 1974***
Mrs. Berry                   (VIRGINIA MCDANIEL-WEAVER-BERRY)
            Mrs. Virginia Weaver Berry, 61, of Graves Mill died Sunday, April 7...
            Mrs. Berry was born Jan. 25, 1913 in Madison County and was a daughter of the late Reuben T. and Susan Jarrell McDaniel.
            She is a member of the Graves' Baptist Church.
            She was twice married; her first husband, Herman Weaver, died in 1937. Her second husband, Elton Berry, survives with two sons, Charles (Buzz) Weaver of Wolftown, and Alfred (Sonny) Berry of Graves Mill; four daughters, Mrs. James (Lucille) Long of Wolftown, Mrs. Hugh (Mary) Shifflett of Hood, Mrs. Alvin (Ruby) Good of Stanley and Mrs. Bobby (Joyce) Wright of Shenandoah; a brother, Elzie McDaniel of Graves Mill; a sister, Ruth Shifflett of Hood; 14 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
            Funeral services were conducted at the Ryan Funeral Home in Quinque by the Rev. Harry Chaflin and the Rev. Cecil McDaniel. Interment was in Rose Park Cemetery at Wolftown.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 23 Sep 1976
MAMIE BOTTOMLY
            Mrs. Mamie A. Bottomly, 81, of Arlington and a native of Page County, died Friday evening, Sept. 17, at Arlington Hospital.
            Mrs. Bottomly was born Oct. 1, 1894 and was a daughter of the late J.W. and Sudie Richardson Jenkins.
            On Dec. 28, 1916 she married Bernard L. Bottomly, who died April 29, 1951.
            Surviving are three sons, Bernard L. Bottomly of Dysart, Iowa and James H. and Roland W. Bottomly, both of Arlington; two daughters, Miss Alna D. Bottomly of Arlington and Mrs. Shirley L. Davis of Loudoun County.
            Also a brother, William W. Jenkins, of Luray; a sister, Mrs. Ruth Williams of Luray, and 18 grandchildren.
            The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at Bradley Funeral Home with burial in Beahms Chapel Cemetery.                                                                                                           
Page News & Courier, Thursday 29 Mar 1973***
J. MERVIE BRADLEY
            J. Mervie Bradley, 85, a retired farmer of Luray, died Monday morning, March 26, at the Towers Convalescent Home in Charlottesville.
            He was born Aug. 4, 1887 in Page County and was a son of the late Willie and Josephine Clem Bradley.
            His wife, the former Bessie V. Jenkins, died Aug. 13, 1966.
            Surviving are two sons, Robert C. and Lynwood Bradley, both of Luray; three daughters, Mrs. Irnee Buchanon of New Market, Mrs. Ann Keith of Miami, Fla. and Mrs. Gladys Shenk of Luray, and a sister, Mrs. Anna Lee Shenk of Luray.
            The funeral was conducted Wednesday at Hilliards Chapel Church. Burial was in Morning Star Church cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 27 Apr 1978***
MRS. LUCILLE BRADLEY
            Mrs. Lucille Judd Bradley, 81, of 33 Cave St., Luray died Sunday morning, April 23, at her home...
            She was born Sept. 7, 1896 in Luray and was a daughter of the late Walter and Semeolie Judd.
            Mrs. Bradley was a member of Main Street Baptist Church, where she had taught Sunday school. She also was a member of the Luray Garden Club and the Order of the Eastern Star.
            In 1919, she married Isaac Caster Bradley, who died in 1956.
            Survivivng are a stepdaughter, Mary Bradley Aleshire of Luray; a brother, Hume B. Judd of Luray, and a sister, Linda Ann Judd of Luray.
            The funeral was conducted Wednesday morning, April 26, at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. James L. Morris. Burial was in Green Hill Cemetery in Luray.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 2 Feb 1978***
SAMUEL BRADLEY
            Samuel Franklin Bradley, 95, formerly of Harrisonburg, died Thursday, Jan. 26, at The National Lutheran Home for the Aged in Washington, D.C.
            He was born in Luray July 16, 1882 and was a son of the late Thomas and Blanche Judd Bradley.
            On Oct. 22, 1908, he was married to Octavia Koiner of Augusta County and after having lived in Harrisonburg for many years they entered The National Lutheran Home on May 2, 1956.
            Mrs. Bradley died at The Home on March 27, 1971, and was buried at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church Cemetery near Waynesboro.
            On Oct. 13, 1973, Mr. Bradley was married to Lillian Kraft in the chapel at The Home.
            It was the first resident wedding in the 75 year history of The Home. His second wife came to The Home from Zion Lutheran Church, Baltimore, Md.
            Surviving in addition to his wife is a sister, Mrs. Raymond Bell of Roanoke, and a number of nieces and nephews.
            The funeral was conducted Monday at The National Lutheran Home chapel. Burial was in Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery in Baltimore...
Page News & Courier, Thursday 2 Oct 1975***
Mrs. Breeden              (MRS. CLARINDA M. BREEDEN)
            Mrs. Clarenda Margaret Breeden, 79, of Ranson, W.Va. died Monday, Sept. 22 at Jefferson Memorial Hospital.
            She was born June 1, 1896 in Page County and was a daughter of the late W.H. and Virginia Broyles Buracker.
            Mrs. Breeden was a member of the Baptist church.
            Her husband, George L. Breeden, died in 1948.
            Surviving are five sons, Julian L. Breeden Sr., William Lee Breeden and George S. Breeden, all of Ranson; Elwood Breeden of Charles Town, W.Va. and Roy E. Breeden of Berryville; four daughters, Mrs. Floyce (Myrtle) Rickard, Mrs. Lyle (Katherine) Furr and Mrs. Bert (Barbara) Rickard, all of Ranson; Mrs. Clyde (Elsie) Ihle of Rippon; two sisters, Mrs. Edna Jones and Mrs. Artie Jenkins, both of Stanley; 38 grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. Two daughters are deceased.
            A funeral service was conducted Thursday, Sept. 25 at the Melvin T. Strider Colonial Funeral Home by the Rev. L.C. Vimpeny and the Rev. Joseph A. Lewis. Burial was in Green Hill Cemetery at Berryville.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 26 Dec 1974***
MRS. LONEY BREEDEN
            Mrs. Loney Jane Breeden, 82, of Rt. 1, Stanley died Wednesday morning, Dec. 18, at Liberty House Nursing Home in Waynesboro...
            She was born March 10, 1892 in Page County and was a daughter of the late Willie and Ella Chrisman Gray.
            Mrs. Breeden was a member of Luray Christian Church.
            On Jan. 16, 1916 she married Reuben B. Breeden, who survives.
            Also surviving are two sons, Reuben C. Breeden of Luray and Earl F. Breeden of Stanley; three daughters, Mrs. Edward Breeden of Luray, Mrs. Granville Cubbage of Stanley and Mrs. Nellie Turner of Wheaton, Md.; a sister, Mrs. Edna Raines of Martinsburg, W.Va.; 18 grandchildren, and 23 great-grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Saturday at Mt. Zion Church of the Brethren by the Rev. Tom Bowser and the Rev. O.L. Martin. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 4 Apr 1974***
WALTER BROYLES
            Walter Newton Broyles, 82, of Stanley died Monday afternoon, April 1 at Newton D. Baker Veterans Center, Martinsburg, W.Va.
            He was born Aug. 22, 1891 at Waynesboro and was a son of the late Walker and Rebecca Taylor Broyles.
            On Dec. 19, 1919 he married the former Effie I. Taylor, who survives.
            Survivivng, besides his wife, are three sons, Thurman Broyles of Winter Park, Fla.; Marshall Broyles of Shenandoah, and Leon Broyles of Georgia; four daughters, Mrs. Pansy Brillhart and Mrs. Rosalie Snelbaker, both of York, Pa.; Mrs. Naomi Stanley of Shenandoah, and Mrs. Margie Banach of Stanley; two brothers, David L. Broyles and Otis Broyles, both of Baltimore, Md.; 28 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren.
            A funeral service will be conducted 2 p.m. today (Thursday) at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. O.L. Martin. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 21 Dec 1972
MRS. BUMGARDNER (ETHEL C.)
            Ethel Clark Bumgardner, 78, of Luray died 5:30 a.m. Monday, Dec. 19 at University of Virginia Hospital where she had been a patient two weeks. She had been in failing health several years.
            She was born July 14, 1894 in Page County and was a daughter of the late Clark and Betty Comer Blosser.
            Mrs. Bumgardner was a member of the Luray Christian Church.
            On May 15, 1912 she married Lloyd L. Bumgardner, who survives.
            Surviving, besides her husband, are two sons, Ray L. Bumgardner of Gaithersburg, Md., Joseph C. Bumgardner; four brothers, Lynwood Blosser and Willie Blosser, both of Luray; Ray Blosser of Winchester and Floyd Blosser of Gordonsville; a sister, Mrs. Mary Shenk of Seat Pleasant, Md.; two grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
            Funeral services will be conducted 2 p.m. today (Thursday) at the Bradley Funeral Home by Elder W.T. Daily. Burial will be in Beahm’s Chapel Cemetery.                          
Page News & Courier, Thursday 4 Apr 1974***
JAMES A. BUNDY
            James Angus Bundy, 68, of Luray died Saturday morning, March 30, at Page Memorial Hospital in Luray, where he had been a patient a week.
            Mr. Bundy, a retired night clerk at the Mimslyn Hotel, had been in failing health five years.
            He was born Oct. 5, 1905 at Luray and was a son of the late William H. and Viola V. Carpenter Bundy.
            On Nov. 13, 1950, he married the former Mary Johnson, who survives.
            Also surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Brenda Findley of Winchestr; two brothers, George Bundy of New York City and Luther Bundy of Luray; two sisters, Mrs. Ella Tutt and Mrs. Florence Tutt, both of Lurday, and two grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Tuesday at the Bradley Funeral Home in Luray by the Rev. Thomas Sutton. Burial was in the Bundy family cemetery near Luray.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 29 Mar 1973***
Mrs. Buracker             (CORA HUGHES BURACKER)
            Mrs. Cora Hughes Buracker, 84, of 300 Fifth Street, Luray died Tuesday morning, March 27, at the Page Memorial Hospital, where she had been a patient four days.
            She was born March 4, 1889 in Page County and was a daughter of the late George and Eliza Richards Campbell.
            She was the widow of J. Frank Hughes and Ira J. Buracker.
            Surviving are two sons, Thurston Hughes and Ralph Buracker, both of Luray; one daughter, Mrs. Clara Plympton of California; one brother, Everett Campbell of Luray; two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Stoneburger and Mrs. Esther Jenkins, both of Luray; 16 grandchildren, and 19 great-grandchildren.
            The funeral will be conducted 2 p.m. today (Thursday) at the Bradley Funeral Home in Luray by the Rev. Albert Kling and Mrs. Albert Creel.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 15 Nov 1973***
MRS. E. BURACKER
            Mrs. Ellen Zenobia Buracker, 78, of Bardane, W.Va. died Sunday, Nov. 4, at the Charles Town General Hospital, W.Va.
            She was born Nov. 17, 1894 at Stanley and was a daughter of the late James William and Cora Gray Weakley.
            Her husband, Hezekiah Buracker, died in 1965.
            Surviving are two sons, Harold L. of Washington, D.C., Glenn W. of Martinsburg, W.Va.; two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Lintten and Mrs. Louise Bell both of Kearneysville, W.Va.; three brothers, Ernest W., Doyle F., and Harry P. Weakley; one sister, Mrs. Edith Kite, all of Stanley. One brother and one sister are deceased.
            The funeral was conducted Nov. 7 at St. George's Episcopal Church, Pine Grove, by the Rev. Jennings W. Hobson Jr., and the Rev. Heyward H. Macdonald. Burial was in the Weakley Cemetery in Pine Grove.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 5 Oct 1978***
MRS. EMMA F. BURACKER
            Mrs. Emma Florence Buracker, 78, of Stanley died Saturday evening, Sept. 30, at her residence.
            She was born April 19, 1900 in Madison County and was a daughter of the late Thomas and Ethel Elizabeth Cave Breeden.
            Her husband, Phillip Buracker, is deceased.
            Surviving are six sisters, Mrs. Elsie Cave and Mrs. Lulie Cave, both of Stanley, Mrs. Beulah Lang of Haywood, Mrs. Nettie Lang of Luray, Mrs. Mamie Meadows of Syria and Mrs. Nellie Woodward of Madison. One sister is deceased.
            A funeral service was conducted Wednesday, Oct. 4, at the Bradley Funeral Home in Luray by the Rev. Larson Cave. Burial was in Bethlehem Cemetery, near Stanley.
Page News & Courier, Thursdya 5 Sep 1974***
Mrs. Buracker             (GRACIE LEE BURACKER)
            Mrs. Gracie Lee Stoneburger Buracker, 84, of Rt. 1, Mt. Solon died Thursday, Aug. 29 at Rockingham Memorial Hospital...
            She was born March 6, 1890 in Page County and was a daughter of the later Bert and Annie Parks Stoneburger. She lived in New Market before moving to the Mt. Solon community 28 years ago.
            She was a member of the Bethlehem Christian Church at Stanley.
            In 1912 she married Grover Cleveland Buracker, who died Sept. 5, 1963.
            Surviving are five children, Herman L. Buracker of Weyers Cave, Mrs. Anna Reuwer of Mt. Solon, Louis H. Buracker of Vienna, Grover W. Buracker of White Post and Leonard E. Buracker, of Winchester; a sister, Mrs. Zora Aleshire of Silver Spring, Md.; a brother, Grover Stoneburger of Stanley; 27 grandchildren, and 25 great-grandchildren.
            A funeral service was conducted Sunday at Bethlehem Christian Church, Stanley by the Rev. O.L. Martin. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 4 Feb 1971***
JAMES BURACKER
            James Newton Buracker, 93, of Stanley was dead on arrival at Page Memorial Hospital Thursday afternoon, Jan. 28.
            He was born April 11, 1877 at Stanley and was a son of the late Jacob and Nancy Breeden Buracker.
            Mr. Buracker was a farmer and a member of the United Methodist Church.
            He was married to the late Martha Jenkins Buracker.
            Surviving is a brother, Ruben Buracker of Stanley.
            The funeral was conducted Saturday at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. Gird Cave. Burial was in the Bethlehem Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 27 Jun 1974***
JOHN C. BURACKER
            John Calvin Buracker, 48, of Rt. 2, Stanley died of an apparent heart attack Wednesday morning, June 19.
            He was stricken at his home and was dead on arrival at Page Memorial Hospital at 10 a.m.
            Mr. Buracker was born Aug. 12, 1925 in Page County and was a son of the late Emmett and Bessie Jenkins Buracker.
            Surviving are a brother, George Buracker of Luray, and three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Alger, Mrs. Lucy Weaver and Mrs. Vada Campbell, all of Luray.
            Graveside services were conducted Saturday at Mt. Zion Cemetery in Luray by the Rev. O.L. Martin.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 27 Apr 1972
REUBEN BURACKER
            Reuben Broaddus Buracker, 84, of Stanley died 12:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 25 at Winchester Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient three days. He had been in failing health two years.
            He was born Feb. 15, 1888 in Page County and was a son of the late John and Nancy Breeden Buracker.
            Mr. Buracker was a retired farmer and a member of Freewill Baptist Church.
            His wife, the former Lucy Jane Seal, died March 4, 1965.
            He is survived by two sons, Loring Aleshire of Luray and Virgil Aleshire of Maryland; three daughters, Mrs. Catherine Buracker of Luray, Mrs. Rose Marie Berry and Mrs. Blanche Buracker, both of Stanley; 26 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
            The funeral will be conducted 2 p.m. today (Thursday) at Stanley Freewill Baptist Church by the Rev. Lonnie Hale. Burial will be in Bethlehem Cemetery.                        
Page News & Courier, Thursday 25 Mar 1976
ANDREW J. BURCKER
            Andrew J. Burcker, 70, of Hagerstown, Md., formerly of Page County, died Monday morning, March 8 at a Waynesboro, Pa. Hospital.
            Mr. Burcker was born Aug. 14, 1905 in Luray and was a son of the late James and Emma Wheekly Burcker.
            He is survived by his wife, Fannie Hall Burcker; five daughters, Mrs. Robert Barnhart and Mrs. Ronald Freshman, both of Waynesboro, Pa.; Mrs. Kenneth Bingman, Mrs. Richard Glee and Mrs. Carl Addleslerger of Greencastle, Pa.; a son, Charles Burcker of Greencastle; a sister, Mrs. Carrie Rickard of Luray; 26 grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.
            Burial was in the Fairview Cemetery, Mercersburg, Pa. Thursday, March 11.         
Page News & Courier, Thursday 2 Feb 1978***
Burker infant   (ANTONIO BURKER)
            Antonio Franklin Burker, 9-day-old son of William F. and Alice Mae Dinges Burker of Rt. 1, Stanley died Saturday afternoon, Jan. 28, at University Hospital, Charlottesville.
            He was born Jan. 19 in Front Royal.
            Surviving in addition to his parents are a twin brother, Anthony William Burker, and one sister, Sue Ellen Burker, both at home, and four grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Burker and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinges, all of Stanley.
            A funeral service was conducted Monday, Jan. 30, at Dovel Hollow Pentecostal Church near Stanley by the Rev. Ethel Painter. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 29 Jan 1976
MELVIN K. BURNER
            Melvin K. Burner, 59, of Rt. 1, Luray died Friday morning, Jan. 23, at Page Memorial Hospital. He had been ill two years.
            He was born Aug. 25, 1916 in Page County and was a son of the late John and Mildred Seekford Burner.
            Mr. Burner was a retired employee of the Virginia Oak Tannery and a veteran of World War II. He was a member of the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
            Mr. Burner’s wife, the former Hallie Bumgardner survives.
            Also surviving are two sons, Ronald and Kenneth Burner, both of Luray; a daughter, Mrs. Anna Griffith of Luray; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Lucretia Short of Luray, and six brothers, Eugene F. Burner of Luray, Lucian M. Burner of Shenandoah, Hollis T. Burner of Fredericksburg, John V. Burner of Seattle, Wash., and Richard H. and Woodrow W. Burner, both of Stanley.
            The funeral was conducted Monday, Jan. 26, at the Bradley Funeral Home in Luray by the Rev. O.L. Martin. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery.                                       
Page News & Courier, Thursday 1 Jan 1976
PAULINE BURNER
            Mrs. Pauline Violet Burner, 48, of 220 Mechanic St., Luray died Friday afternoon, Dec. 26, at Page Memorial Hospital. She had been ill for several years.
            Mrs. Burner was born May 26, 1927 in Page County and was a daughter of the late Irvin and Vergie Campbell Housden Campbell.
            On Oct. 23, 1946 she married William J. Burner, who survives.
            Also surviving are a son, William J. Burner II of Ft. Lee; a daughter, Mrs. Sondra Knight of Stanley; two half-brothers, Leon Housden of Stanley and Raymond Housden of Pennsylvania; six sisters, Mrs. Rena V. Baker of Anchorage, Alaska, Mrs. Maggie Rothgeb and Mrs. Thelma Hinton, both of Luray, Mrs. Myrtle Alger and Mrs. Ethel Painter, both of Stanley, and Mrs. Flossie Painter of Florida.
            The funeral was conducted Sunday, Dec. 28 at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. T.Y. Lovern Jr. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery.                                                  
Page News & Courier, Thursday 2 Oct 1975***
JOHN R. BUTLER
            John Roy Butler, 72, of Rt. 1, Luray, died of an apparent heart attack Saturday night, Sept. 27, at Page Memorial Hospital.
            He was born Aug. 15, 1903 at Luray and was a son of the late John A. and Louella Printz Butler.
            Mr. Butler was a retired freight clerk for Norfolk and Western Railway.
            On Oct. 2, 1933 he married the former Nora N. Dofflemoyer, who survives.
            Also surviving are a son, Roy F. Butler of Luray; two brothers, Everett Butler of California and Oscar Butler of Luray, and two grandchildren.
            A graveside service was conducted Tuesday, Sept. 30 at Evergreen Cemetery in Luray by the Rev. Ralph Hoffmeyer.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 14 Mar 1974
BUDDY BYWATERS
            Buddy Calvin Bywaters, 63, of Rt. 2, Luray died Sunday morning, March 10 at Rockingham Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient three weeks. He had been in failing health 10 years.
            He was born Oct. 2, 1910 in Page County and was a son of the late George Edward and Rebecca Ann Gochenour Bywaters.
            On April 10, 1929, he married the former Margaret Irene Lang, who survives.
            Also survived are a son, Roy Calvin Bywaters of Stanley; two daughters, Mrs. Elva June Blosser and Mrs. Edith Mae Blosser, both of Stanley; a sister, Mrs. Mabel Fohner of Hagerstown, Md., and nine grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Tuesday at the Mt. Zion Church of the Brethern. Burial was in the church cemetery.                                                                                
Page News & Courier, Thursday 2 Aug 1979***
MRS. MYRTLE CAMPBELL
            Mrs. Myrtle Ann Campbell, 45, of Winchester died Saturday, July 28, at Winchester Memorial Hospital.
            She was born Dec. 13, 1933 in Page County and was a daughter of Mrs. Daisy Short of Luray and the late Ermon Short.
            Surviving, besides her mother, are her husband, Mohler C. Campbell; two sons, Mohler C. Campbell Jr. of Winchester and David Franklin Campbell of Alexandria; two daughters, Mrs. Betty Berry of Greene County and Mrs. Peggy Johnson of Lorton, and a brother, Wilmer Short of Stanley.
            The funeral was conducted Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 1, at the Bradley Funeral Home. Burial was in the Adventist Cemetery at Stanley.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 27 Jun 1974***
THOMAS CAMPBELL
            Robert Thomas Campbell, 79, of Luray died Wednesday morning, June 26, at Page Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient one week.
            He was born Dec. 11, 1894 in Page County and was a son of the late William and Alice Virginia Cummings Campbell.
            Mr. Campbell was a retired farmer and construction worker.
            He was twice married; his first wife, Etta Salome Campbell died Sept. 3, 1941. His second wife, the former Mary E. Grimsley, survives.
            Also surviving are three sons, Rufus M. Campbell of Martinsburg, W.Va.; Norlas W. Campbell of Luray and Robert Thomas Campbell Jr. of Macon, Ga.; two daughters, Mrs. Pete (Cora) Hoak and Mrs. Calvin (Margaret) Bailey, both of Luray; a brother, Clay Campbell of Stanley, a sister, Mrs. Maggie Hall of Occoquan; 11 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
            A funeral service will be conducted 3 p.m. Friday at the Bradley Funeral Home, Luray by the Rev. O.L. Martin and the Rev. Richard Umberger. Burial will be in Leake's Chapel Cemetery, Luray...
Page News & Courier, Thursday 12 Dec 1974***
MRS. ILLA CARDIN
            Mrs. Illa Merica Cardin, 84, of Rt. 1, Elkton died Saturday afternoon, Dec. 7, at the Luray Nursing Home, where she had been a patient six weeks.
            She was born Feb. 8, 1890 in Page County and was a daughter of the late Edward and Sarah Thomas Meadows.
            Mrs. Cardin was a member of the Furnace United Methodist Church.
            She was the widow of William H. Cardin.
            Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Nellie Gue, Mrs. Arlene Foltz and Mrs. Gloria Smith, all of Elkton, and Mrs. Lottie Sparks of Black Mountain, N.C.; three sons, Owen Cardin of Shenandoah, Edward Cardin of Stanley and Johnny Garland Cardin of Parkersburg, W.Va.; a step-daughter, Mrs. Irma Herring of Winchester; a sister, Mrs. Pearl Meadows of Stanley; 24 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Thursday at the Furnace United Methodist Church by the Rev. Carrol Jay and the Rev. Johnny Hensley. Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 25 May 1978***
MRS. B. MAY CARICOFE
            Mrs. B. May Caricofe, 57, of Dayton died Sunday morning, May 21, at Rockingham Memorial Hospital after an illness of 14 months.
            She was born Aug. 26, 1920 in Page County and was a daughter of the late Willie Jasper and Rosa Lee Shomo Smelser. She spent most of her life in Dayton/
            She was a member of Dayton United Methodist Church and Sanctuary Bible Class of the Church. From 1947 to 1962, she worked in the Dayton Elementary School cafeteria.
            Surviving are her husband, Willard Ervin Caricofe; a son, Tech. Sgt. Robert E. "Bob" Caricofe of Hampton; two daughters, Joyce Lough of Rt. 2, Bridgewater and Judy Shiflet of Rt. 1, Hinton; two brothers, Willie Leon Smelser of Glen Burnie, Md. and Walter Leroy Smelser of Baltimore; five sisters, Frances S. Harlow of Shenandoah, Evy S. Baker, Margie S. Richmond and Joann S. Ludwig, all of Baltimore, and Jean S. Bowman of Westminster, Md. and six grandchildren.
            A funeral service was conducted Wednesday morning, May 24, at Dayton United Methodist Church by the Rev. John L. Hoke and the Rev. A. Gene Knicely. Burial was in Dayton Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 21 Oct 1971***
A. LEO CAVE
            Andrew Leo Cave, 61, of Rt. 2, Luray died 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19 at his home.
            He was born Feb. 9, 1910 in Page County and was a son of the late Theodore Lemuel and Rosa Jenkins Cave.
            He was a 23-year employee of the Virginia Oak Tannery and served in the US Navy. He was a member of Mt. Zion Church of the Brethren.
            His wife, the former Bessie Gochenour, survives.
            Surviving are a son, Ira C. Gochenour of Luray; two daughters, Mrs. Clarice Gochenour of Luray and Mrs. Francis Seekford of Luray; three brothers, Henry C. Cave of Luray, Herman Cave of Staunton and Emory Leonard Cave of Orlando, Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Evelyn Richards of Luray and seven grandchildren. A daughter and a sister are deceased.
            A funeral service will be conducted 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22, at Mt. Zion Church by the Rev. Cecil Haycock. Burial will be in the church cemetery...
Page News & Courier, Thursday 31 Jan 1974
MRS. CHARLOTTE CAVE
            Mrs. Charlotte Mae Cave, 40, of Rt. 1, Stanley died Monday morning, Jan. 28, at Page Memorial Hospital...
            She was born Feb. 22, 1933 in Page County and was a daughter of Virginia and Jack Jackson.
            She worked at Rockingham Poultry near Stanley.
            She was married to James Albert Cave, missing in action in the Korean War since 1952.
            Surviving, in addition to her mother, are three sons, Allen and Glenn Cave, both of Stanley, and James Albert Cave Jr. of Luray; two daughters, Candy Lynn and Tammy Jill Cave, both of Stanley; two brothers, Junior and Paul Parage, both of Delaware; three sisters, Mrs. Barbara Foracre, Mrs. Julia Grace and Miss Sandy Parage, all of Delaware, and one grandchild.
            The funeral will be conducted 11 a.m. today (Thursday) at the Bradley Funeral Home in Luray by the Rev. O.L. Martin. Burial will be in Graves Chapel Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 13 Jul 1972***
REV. G.A. CAVE
Rev. G.A. Cave Dies At Age 88
            The Rev. Gird Ashby Cave, 88, of Comertown died at home Monday night, July 10, after a lingering illness. He had been a frequent patient in Harrisonburg and Luray hospitals.
            Mr. Cave was a preacher at Comertown’s Independent Church and a country store merchant 35 years in Comertown.
            He was well-known throughout the county as a preacher, frequently heard on local radio stations and conducting street corner services in Luray.
            He was born March 16, 1884 in Madison County and was a son of the late John Isaac and Mary Katherine Offenbacker Cave.
            His wife, the former Dorothy Ann Thomas, is a patient at Rockingham Memorial Hospital. The couple celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary Dec. 26.
            Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Myrtle C. Comer and Mrs. Geneva Turner, both of Luray; five sons, Ralph Cave of Stanley, Reuben Cave, of Elkton, Jesse Cave of Luray and James R. and Garland R. Cave, both of Shenandoah; 16 grandchildren, and 38 great-grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Wednesday afternoon July 12, at the Comertown Free Will Baptist Church by the Rev. Glenn Oldeker, the Rev. John Dubosq and the Rev. Johnny Hensley.
            Burial was in the church cemetery.                                                                            
Page News & Courier, Thursday 11 Oct 1979***
JAMES F. CAVE
            James Franklin Cave, 76, of Shenandoah died Friday evening, Oct. 5, at Collingswood Nursing Home in Rockville, Md...
            He was born Aug. 12, 1903 in Page County and was a son of the late Ernest Lee and Bertha Fox Cave.
            Mr. Cave was a retired furniture and home appliance dealer in Shenandoah and a member of the Shenandoah Baptist Church. He served in the Army during World War II.
            He had been married twice. His first wife, the former Zelma Blake, whom he married Dec. 25, 1941, died Sept. 17, 1970. In June of 1971, he married the former Lula Bennett, who died in August of 1977.
            Surviving are daughter, Mrs. Frances Ann Moore of Faithersburg, Md.; three sisters, Mrs. Elsie Roudabush of Shenandoah, Mrs. Ruth Steele of Arlington and Mrs. June March of Suffern, N.Y. and two granddaughters.
            A funeral service was conducted Monday, Oct. 8, at the Warren G. Kyger Funeral Home in Shenandoah by the Rev. Hudson P. Nuckols. Burial was in the Mt. Zion Church of the Brethren Cemetery near Luray.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 18 Nov 1976
DR. CAVE dies in Fort Myers (REV. DR. MARVIN H.)
            The Rev. Dr. Marvin H. Cave, 82, a Page County native who founded Christian fellowship Church in Alexandria, died Tuesday, Nov. 9, after suffering a heart attack at his home in Fort Myers, Fla.
            Dr. Cave served as pastor of Christian Fellowship Church for 28 years until his retirement in 1970. He moved to Fort Myers from Annandale 1 ½ years ago.
            Since retiring, Dr. Cave has written gospel literature under the name “The Printed Witness.”
            Dr. Cave was born in Page County and was a son of the late George Herbert and Ella Gertrude Kiblinger Cave.
            He served as a sergeant in the Army during World War I.
            Dr. Cave studied at Pioneer Theological Seminary in Rockford, Ill., where he received bachelor’s and doctoral degrees in theology and an honorary doctor of divinity.
            He is survived by his wife, Gertrude P. Cave; a daughter, Mrs. Mildred V. Lynch of Miami; a son, Roy W. Cave Sr. of Fairview, N.C.; four sisters, Mrs. Mary Benes of Hot Springs, Ark., Mrs. Alice B. Cave of Washington; Mrs. Hazel McAllister of Charlottesville, and Mrs. Elizabeth Moton of Arlington; a brother, Lynn M. Cave of Charlottesville; four grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.
            The funeral service was conducted in Fairfax Saturday afternoon, Nov. 13.                       
Page News & Courier, Thursday 27 May 1971***
MARVIN CAVE
            Marvin McKinley Cave, 75, of Rt. 2, Stanley died 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 18, at Old Alexandria Hospital where he had been a patient three weeks.
            He was born April 14, 1896 in Madison County and was a son of the late Thomas W. and Mattie Lee Cave.
            He was a member of Bethlehem Christian Church and a retired migrant worker.
            On Sept. 11, 1920 he married the former Evidell Cave, who survives.
            Surviving, besides his wife, are three sons, Arthur F. Cave and Amos W. Cave, both of Alexandria and Gilbert H. Cave of Stanley; two daughters, Mrs. Ina Shaffer and Miss Josie M. Cave, both of Alexandria; one brother, Joshua Cave of Stanley; two sisters, Mrs. Nancy Weaver of Stanley and Mrs. Versie Buracker of Luray and three grandchildren.
            A funeral service was conducted Saturday, May 22, at Bethlehem Christian Church by the Rev. O.L. Martin and the Rev. Calvin Stroupe. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 4 May 1972
ROSS W. CAVE
            Ross Wilson Cave, 58, of Luray died 5 p.m. Saturday, April 29 at Page Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient a day. He had been in failing health several years.
            He was born Nov. 5, 1913 in Page County and was a son of the late G. Herbert and Ella G. Kiblinger Cave.
            On July 4, 1937 he married the former Pearl Wilson, who survives.
            Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Deavers of Stanley and Mrs. Eileen Reed of Shenandoah; three brothers, Marvin H. Cave of Annandale, Lynn M. Cave of Baltimore, Md. and Alfred L. Cave of Florida; four sisters, Mrs. Mary Benes of Hot Springs, Ark., Mrs. Alice Cave of Washington, D.C., Mrs. Hazel McAllister of Charlottesville and Mrs. Elizabeth Mahon of Arlington and four grandchildren. One daughter, two brothers and one sister are deceased.
            The funeral was conducted Monday afternoon, May 1, by the Elder Charles Alderton, Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery.                                                             
Page News & Courier, Thursday 1 Feb 1973***
Mrs. Cloude                            (MRS. MARY VA CLOUDE)
            Mrs. Mary Virginia Cloude, 71, of 106 W. Main St., Luray, died Friday morning, Jan. 26 at Page Memorial Hospital...
            She was a member of the Luray Christian Church.
            Mrs. Cloude was born July 4, 1901 in Shenandoah and was a daughter of the late Charles R. and Ora Lucas Kite.
            Her husband, C. William Cloude died Sept. 5, 1955.
            Surviving are four sons, Ernest L. Cloude of Everett, Pa.; Charles H. Cloude of Sandston, Va.; Willard W. Cloude of Kansas City, Mo. and Lewis R. Cloude of Luray; three daughters, Mrs. Othello (Elizabeth) Garbini of Penns Grove, N.J., Mrs. Santiago (Joann) Nunez of Richmond, and Mrs. Allen (Annabelle) Campbell of Amherst; two sisters, Mrs. Alice Feany of Philadelphia, Pa., and Mrs. Irene Miller of Berryville; 17 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
            One sister, Eula Sik, and one daughter are deceased.
            The funeral was conducted Sunday at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. O.L. Martin and the Rev. Thomas Sutton. Burial was in the EUB Cemetery in Shenandoah...
Page News & Courier, Thursday 19 Jan 1978***
EUGENE COMER
            Eugene Carlton Comer, 65, of 309 N. Fourth St., Shenandoah died Monday afternoon at Rockingham Memorial Hospital, where he had been admitted earlier in the day.
            He was born April 6, 1912 in Page County and was a son of Etta Dovel Comer of Rt. 1, Shenandoah and the late Elmer A. Comer.
            Mr. Comer was a chemical operator for the Merck Co. in Elkton, from which he retired 2 1/2 years ago. He had been in declining health the past few months.
            He was a member of the First Christian Church of Shenandoah and a member of Verbena Lodge 42 IOOF.
            On April 6, 1932, he married the former Katherine Nichols, who survives.
            Also surviving are one son, Kinley Comer of Shenandoah; one daughter, Etta Frances Plum of Woodstock; one brother, Walter Comer of Elkton; three sisters, Lucille Stroupe of Falls Church, Louise Stroupe of Luray, and Dorothy DeLoach of Arlington, and five grandchildren.
            The funeral service will be conducted 11 a.m. today (Thursday) at the First Christian Church in Shenandoah by the Rev. Jerry McGlone.
            Burial will be in Rest Haven Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 19 Oct 1972***
MRS. LAURA COMER
            Mrs. Laura Mildred Comer, 84, of Rt. 1, New Market died Saturday, Oct. 14, at Rockingham Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient one week.
            Mrs. Comer was born Jan. 12, 1888 at Stanley and was a daughter of the late Jacob and Lydia Cubbage.
            She was a member of the Brethren Church.
            Her husband, Charles E. Comer, died in 1944.
            Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Cubbage of Stanley and Mrs. Ola Hurt of Etlan.
            The funeral was conducted Tuesday, Oct. 17 at the Bradley Funeral Home in Luray by the Rev. Andrew Laslo. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery in New Market.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 30 May 1974***
MRS. MARY COMER
            Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Comer, 81, of Rt. 3, Luray died Monday morning, May 27, at Page Memorial Hospital, where she had been a patient three weeks.
            Mrs. Comer was born in Page County Nov. 19, 1893 and was a daughter of the late Samuel and Sarah Hensley Epard.
            On May 20, 1912, she married Willie N. Comer, who survives.
            Also surviving are two sons, Carroll W. Comer of Stanley and Willie N. Comer Jr. of Luray; a daughter, Mrs. D. Benton Long of Elkton; two sisters, Mrs. Lettie Mauck of Strasburg and Mrs. Vida Montgomery of Alexandria; seven grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.
            The funeral will be conducted 2 p.m. today (Thursday) at the Bradley Funeral in Luray by Elder W.T. Daily and Elder A.F. Sudduth. Burial will be in Alma Baptist Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 1 Feb 1979***
MRS. MARY COMER
            Mrs. Mary Susan Comer, 84, of Shenandoah died Wednesday, Jan. 24, at her home.
            Mrs. Comer was born Nov. 30, 1894 in Page County and was a daughter of the late Virgil and Perry Good Stoneberger.
            She was married in 1912 to William Vernon Comer, who died in 1968.
            Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Mabel Beaghan of Glen Burnie, Md., Mrs. Ellen Comer of Essex, Md., Mrs. Madeline Comer of Lynchburg and Frances Comer and Mrs. Cerretta Davis, both of Shenandoah; two sons, William M. Comer of Houston, Texas and Hansford Comer of Shenandoah; three sisters, Mrs. Minnie Price of Petersburg, Mrs. Mattie Good of Stanley and Mrs. Blanche Stanley of Elkton; a brother, Melvin Stoneberger of Pennsylvania; 13 grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren.
            A funeral service was conducted Saturday, Jan. 27, at Mount Lebanon United Church of Christ by the Rev. Thomas D. Sutton and the Rev. Hudson Nuckols. Burial was in Shenandoah Evangelical United Brethren Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 29 Nov 1979***
MILTON "PAP" COMER
            Milton Amos "Pap" Comer, 86, of Rt. 2, Stanley died Wednesday night, Nov. 21, at Page Memorial Hospital.
            He was born April 11, 1893 in Page County and was a son of the late Reuben and Emma Price Comer.
            Mr. Comer was a retired carpenter.
            A funeral service was conducted Sunday, Nov. 25, at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. Thomas Sutton and the Rev. Alfred Comer. Burial was in the Rhinehart family cemetery at Stanley.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 11 Nov 1976
OTIS O. COMER
Otis O. (Peachy) Comer, 48, of 300 Hockman Ave., Shenandoah died Wednesday, Nov. 3, at Rockingham Memorial Hospital.
            He had been a patient there two days.
            Mr. Comer was born July 13, 1928 and was a son of John Otis Comer and the late Matilda Smith Comer.
            He was lead set-up man for Alliance Manufacturing Co. at Shenandoah and was a member of Grove Hill United Methodist Church.
            On Jan. 16, 1953 he married the former Betty Grimsley, who survives.
            Surviving in addition to his wife and father, are a son, Allen O. Comer of Shenandoah; a daughter, Belinda Comer of Shenandoah; two brothers, Jesse Ray Comer of Stanley and John Paul Comer of Shenandoah, and five sisters, Mrs. Doris Long, Mrs. Barbara McDorman, Mrs. Ruth Cave and Miss Nancy Lee Comer, all of Shenandoah, and Mrs. Shirley Jenkins of Stanley.
            A funeral service was conducted Saturday afternoon, Nov. 6, at Grove Hill United Methodist Church by the Rev. Harold Webster Jr. and the Rev. David R. Nankivell. Burial was in Grove Hill Cemetery.                                                                                        
Page News & Courier, Thursday 1 Feb 1973***
JACOB COOK
            Jacob F. Cook, 79, of Rt. 1, Luray, died 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 30, at the Luray Nursing Home where he had been a patient two weeks...
            He was born July 3, 1893 in Page County and was a son of the late Joseph and Lucy Nichols Cook.
            Mr. Cook was a farmer and basketmaker and a member of the Pentecostal faith.
            He was twice married. His first wife, the former Nellie Nichols preceded him in death. His second wife, the former Evelyn Shifflett, survives.
            Surviving, besides his wife, are five sons, Leon, Shannon, Jesse and Charles Cook, all of Luray; Walter Cook of Stanley and a step-son Robert Shifflett of Luray; four daughters, Mrs. Bonnie Nauman and Miss Elizabeth Cook, both of Luray; Mrs. Frances Gochenour of Stanley; Mrs. Margaret Morris of Harrisonburg, and a stepdaughter, Miss Edna Shifflett of Lynchburg; two brothers, William C. Cook and Max Cook, both of Luray; two sisters, Mrs. Cora L. Dickerson and Mrs. Martha Nichols, both of Lacey Springs; 33 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. One daughter is deceased.
            Funeral services will be conducted 2 p.m. today (Thursday) at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. Lawson Cave and the Rev. Ethel Painter. Burial will be in the family cemetery...
Page News & Courier, Thursday 2 Feb 1978***
MRS. DAISY CORBIN
            Mrs. Daisy Mae Corbin, 70, of Stephenson died Friday, Jan. 27, at a nursing home there.
            She was born Aug. 14, 1907 in Page County and was a daughter of the late Walter and Nancy Nichelson.
            Mrs. Corbin was a member of First Baptist Church.
            Her husband, Ashby Charles Corbin, is deceased.
            She is survived by a son, Charles Corbin of Leesburg; three daughters, Martha Hott of Stephenson, Gladys Shanholtz and Mary C. Seal, both of Winchester; four sisters, Mrs. Lunas Sisk of Winchester, Virgie Corbin of Berryville, Claudie Dodson of Culpeper and Pearl Drummond of Strasburg.
            A funeral service was conducted Tuesday, Jan. 31, at the Jones Funeral Home in Winchester. Burial was in Greenhill Cemetery at Berryville.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 2 Feb 1978***
GEORGE CORBIN
            George Thurman Corbin, 89, of Luray died Thursday, Jan. 26, at Page Memorial Hospital, where he had been a patient a week.
            He was born in Madison County Aug. 2, 1888 and was a son of the late Madison and Millie Nicholson Corbin.
            Mr. Corbin had been married three times. After his first wife, Mildred Corbin, died he married the former Bertie Nicholson, who died Feb. 4, 1924. His third wife, Beulah Nicholson, died in 1950.
            Surviving are two sons, Stanley Corbin of Madison and Virgil F. Corbin of Luray; a daughter, Bertie Burt of Michigan; three sisters, Mrs. Mamie Nicholson and Mrs. Maxine Jenkins, both of Madison; and Mrs. Lula Billberry of Baltimore; 17 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren, and a great-great-grandchild.
            The funeral was conducted Saturday, Jan. 28, at the Bradley Funeral Home in Luray by the Rev. Ermal A. Robinson. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 29 Jan 1976
MARVIN CORBIN
            Marvin Woody Corbin, 75, of Luray died Monday morning, Jan. 19, at the Towers Nursing Home in Charlottesville.
            He was born Feb. 12, 1900 in Madison County and was a son of the late Madison and Mollie Nicholson Corbin.
            Mr. Corbin’s wife, Dora Ann Corbin, died Oct. 22, 1961.
            Surviving are a son, Austin James Corbin of Stanley, and a brother, George Corbin of Falls Church.
            The funeral was conducted Sunday, Jan. 25 at the Bradley Funeral Home in Luray by the Rev. Carl Corwin. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery.                                       
Page News & Courier, Thursday 21 Mar 1974***
ORMAND CRAWFORD
            Ormand Thomas Crawford, 54, of Luray died Friday afternoon, March 22 at Page Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient two weeks...
            He was born Jan. 18, 1920 in Greene County and was a son of the late Robert D. and Sigourney Shifflett Crawford.
            He was employed by American Viscose Corp. in Front Royal and was an Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of the Christian Church in Greene County.
            On Feb. 8, 1947 he married the former Elizabeth K. Middleton, who survives.
            Also surviving are four sons, Steve Crawford of Montana and Robert, Kenneth and Guy Crawford, all of Luray; two daughters, Mrs. Kay Mayes of Luray and Mrs. Silvia Housden of Stanley; two step-sons, Robert Kelley of Luray and Franklin Kelley of Florida; a sister, Mrs. Georgia Roach of Roadsville, and 10 grandchildren.
            A funeral service was conducted Monday at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. Max Fisher. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 13 Jan 1972
ARTHUR CUBBAGE
            Arthur Cubbage, 72, of Stanley died early Sunday morning, Jan. 9, at Page Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient seven weeks. He had been in failing health about a year.
            He was born June 6, 1899 at Stanley and was a son of the late James and Fannie McCoy Cubbage.
            On April 19, 1924 he married the former Millie F. Cubbage.
            Surviving are three sons, Henry F., Paul R. and Burley J. Cubbage, all of Stanley; three daughters, Mrs. Beulah Cubbage and Mrs. Reva W. Foster, both of Stanley, and Mrs. Eva B. Dovel of Elkton; two brothers, Herbie and Seldon Cubbage, both of New Market; 24 grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 11, at Leak’s Chapel Church by the Rev. Andrew Lamb and the Rev. Mahlon Hurst, with burial in the church cemetery.                                                                                                                              
Page News & Courier, Thursday 5 Aug 1971***
ERNEST CUBBAGE
            Ernest Wilton Cubbage, 81, of Rt.1, Stanley, died 4 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 1, at Page Memorial...
            He was born May 25, 1890 in Stanley and was a son of the late James H. and Lydia M. Alger Cubbage.
            Mr. Cubbage was a farmer and a member of Leake's Chapel Church of the Brethren.
            Bessie Cubbage, whom he married in 1917, survives.
            Surviving, besides his wife, are a son, Freeman Cubbage of Stanley; a daughter, Mrs. Beulah Cubbage of Stanley and a brother, Otis Cubbage of Stanley; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Four brothers and four sisters are deceased.
            A funeral service was conducted Tuesday at Leake's Chapel by the Rev. Andrew Laslo, the Rev. Mahlon Horst and the Rev. Kenzy Reed. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 23 Oct 1975***
ERNEST CUBBAGE
            Ernest Cubbage, 81, of Rt. 1, Stanley died Monday, Oct. 20, at MontVue Nursing Home in Luray, where he had been a patient four months.
            He was born Aug. 5, 1894 in Page County and was a son of the late Charles and Verinda Cubbage.
            Mr. Cubbage was a retired farmer.
            Only Ju.y 4, 1919, he married the former Brownie Esther Lucas, who died Dec. 20, 1964.
            Surviving are two sons, Walter and Virgil Cubbage, both of Stanley; five daughters, Mrs. William (Josie) Good, Mrs. Jessie (Flossie) McCoy, Mrs. Nathan (Lucille) McCoy, Mrs. Davis (Maggie) Lucas and Mrs. Shirley (Hilda) Good, all of Stanley; a brother, Dewey Cubbage of Stanley; two sisters, Mrs. Essie Lam and Mrs. Bessie Cubbage, both of Stanley; 14 grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.
            The funeral will be conducted 2 p.m. today (Thursday) at Hilliards Chapel Church by the Rev. H.H. Jenkins and the Rev. Mahlon M. Horst. Burial will be in Leake's Chapel Cemetery...
Page News & Courier, Thursday 1 Jul 1976
EVERETT CUBBAGE
            Everett Swanson Cubbage, 55, of Rt. 1, Stanley died Friday morning, June 25, at his home.
            Page County Sheriff Ray M. Dodson said death resulted from a self-inflicted gun wound.
            Mr. Cubbage was born Feb. 14, 1921 in Page County and was a son of the late William and Nannie Cubbage.
            He was a clerk at Luray Caverns and a member of Stanley Baptist Church.
            On Sept. 28, 1945, he married the former Ruby Moss, who survives.
            Also surviving are a son, Everett S. Cubbage Jr., of Richmond; two brothers, Grant and Lake Cubbage, both of Stanley; a sister, Mrs. Vada Stoneberger of Stanley, and a granddaughter.
            The funeral was conducted Sunday afternoon, June 27, at the Bradley Funeral Home in Luray by the Rev. O. Wendell Smith and the Rev. Andrew Laslo. Burial was in Leake’s Chapel Cemetery at Stanley.                                                                                      
Page News & Courier, Thursday 15 Jun 1972
FLOYD CUBBAGE
            Floyd William Cubbage, 61, of Stanley was found dead near home Sunday morning, June 11. He had been cutting trees Saturday afternoon and had apparently died then of a heart attack, the Page County coroner said Sunday.
            Mr. Cubbage had worked 15 years for Rockingham Poultry at Broadway.
            He was born Aug. 5, 1910 in Page County and was a son of the late Hubert and Emma Housden Cubbage.
            Surviving are two sisters, Miss Myrtle Cubbage and Miss Ada B. Cubbage, both of Stanley.
            The funeral will be conducted 2 p.m. today (Thursday) at Leaks Chapel at Stanley and burial will be in the church cemetery.                                                                                
Page News & Courier, Thursday 21 Oct 1971***
JOHN CUBBAGE
            John Cubbage, 79, of Rt. 1, Stanley died 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19, at Page Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient two weeks.
            He was born Dec. 16, 1891 in Page County and was a son of the late Charles and Renday Cubbage.
            Mr. Cubbage was a farmer and a member of Leake's Chapel Church of the Brethren.
            His wife, the former Viola Virginia Lucas, died May 11 of this year.
            Surviving are a son, Earl V. Cubbage of Stanley; a daughter, Mrs. Gurnie McCoy of Stanley; two brothers, Ernest and Dewey Cubbage, both of Stanley and three sisters, Mrs. Essie Lam, Mrs. Bessie Cubbage and Mrs. Esther Cubbage, all of Stanley.
            A funeral service will be conducted 2 p.m. Friday at Leake's Chapel by the Rev. Andrew Laslo. Burial will be in the family cemetery...
Page News & Courier, Thursday 27 Jun 1974***
Mrs. Cubbage              (MERTIE MAE CUBBAGE)
            Mrs. Mertie Mae Cubbage, 71, of Rt. 1, Stanley died Monday morning, June 24, at Page Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient two weeks.
            She was born March 9, 1903 in Stanley and was a daughter of the late William and Ida Lucas.
            Also surviving are nine sons, Wayne, Marvin, Haskell, Granville, Jimmy, Joseph, Steve, Marshall and Roger Cubbage, all of Stanley; one daughter, Mrs. Pauline Breeden of Stanley, one sister, Mrs. Lizzie Short of Stanley, 40 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
            The funeral will be conducted 2 p.m. today (Thursday) at Twin Valley Baptist Church. Burial will be in the family cemetery near Stanley...
Page News & Courier, Thursday 21 Dec 1972
OTIS F. CUBBAGE
            Otis Franklin Cubbage, 81, of Stanley died Friday afternoon, Dec. 15, at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient three days.
            Mr. Cubbage was born May 19, 1891 in Page County and was a son of the late James Henry and Lydia Alger Cubbage.
            Surviving are his wife, the former Rosa McCoy; three sons, Earl Cubbage of Fairfax and Billy and Clifton Cubbage, both of Stanley; four daughters, Mrs. Brownie Foster, Mrs. Kay Cubbage, Mrs. Charlotte Dean and Mrs. Sally Cubbage, all of Stanley; 1 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Sunday, Dec. 17, at Leake’s Chapel Church by the Rev. Andrew Laslo. Burial was in the church cemetery.                                                   
Page News & Courier, Thursday 23 Sep 1976
HILLS DALLAS
            Hills Dallas, 92, of Stanley died Thursday, Sept. 16, at his home. He had been in failing health several years.
            Mr. Dallas was born Oct. 4, 1883 in Page County and was a son of the late Perry and Barbara Stanley Dallas.
            He was married to the former Ella Nora Campbell, who died in March of 1959.
            Surviving are two sons, Lindon and Leo Dallas, both of Stanley; six daughters, Mrs. Bertie Thomas, Mrs. Edith Thomas, Miss Daisy Dallas, Mrs. Lovina Lucas, Mrs. Eula McCoy and Mrs. Reva Cubbage, all of Stanley; 26 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren and eight great-great-grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Saturday afternoon, Sept. 18, at Dovel Hollow Pentecostal Holiness Church by the Rev. Kenzy Reed. Burial was in the family cemetery.    
Page News & Courier, Thursday 4 May 1972***
BERTIE M. DINGES
            Mrs. Bertie Mae Dinges, 69, of Luray died 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 2 at Page Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient 10 days. She had been in failing health 10 years.
            She was born Jan. 3, 1903, in Page County and was a daughter of the late Victor M. and Bertha Rowe Hoak.
            She was a member of the Antioch Christian Church.
            Her husband, Hubert C. Dinges, died Nov. 7, 1970.
            Surviving are one son, Bobbie C. Dinges, of Shenandoah; one daughter, Mrs. Kathleen D. Blevins of Alexandria; four brothers, Robert Hoak of Rileyville, Charles Hoak of Stanley, Emmett Hoak and Gilbert Hoak, both of Luray; three sisters, Mrs. Leoma Bradley and Mrs. Sally Foster, both of Luray, and Mrs. Velda Poe of York, Pa.; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. One son is deceased.
            The funeral will be conducted 2 p.m. Friday, May 5 at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. Thomas Sutton. Burial will be in Leaksville Cemetery.                                              
Page News & Courier, Thursday 25 May 1978
MRS. DOFFLEMOYER
            Mrs. Minnie C. Dofflemoyer, 81, of Rt. 1, Stanley, died Sunday afternoon, May 21, at Page Memorial Hospital, where she had been a patient three days.
            She was born Aug. 1, 1896 in Page County and was a daughter of the late Molly Good and a stepdaughter of the late Douglas Getz.
            She was married to Herman Lee Dofflemoyer, who died in 1924.
            Surviving are a son, Berlyn L. Dofflemoyer of Shenandoah; three daughters, Alma Barrett, Elva Price and Annie Vaughn, all of Stanley; two half brothers, Lloyd Getz of Berryville and Ray Getz of Winchester; eight grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Wednesday, May 24, at the Bradley Funeral Home. Burial was in Rhinehart Cemetery in Stanley.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 21 Nov 1974***
BENJAMIN DOVEL
            Benjamin Franklin Dovel, 91, of Rt. 1, Stanley died Saturday morning, Nov. 16, at Page Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient one week. He had been in ill health three years.
            He was born Oct. 28, 1883 in Page County and was a son of the late Abram B. and Henrietta Strole Dovel.
            Mr. Dovel was a retired railroad worker, a farmer and a member of the East Liberty Christian Church.
            He was twice married. His first wife, the former Berta P. Housden and his second wife, the former Mittie L. Good, are deceased.
            Surviving are two sons, Bernard Dovel of Shenandoah and Elby Dovel of Stanley; two daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Batman of Quincy, Mich., and Mrs. Gladys Housden of Stanley; two sisters, Mrs. Mollie Stoneberger of Washington, D.C. and Mrs. Eddie Comer of Shenandoah; seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
            A funeral service was conducted Monday at Leake's Chapel Church of the Brethren by the Rev. Andrew Laslo and the Rev. Thomas Sutton. Burial was in the Adventist Cemetery at Stanley.

Page News & Courier, Thursday 21 Mar 1974***
HOMER F. DOVEL
            Homer F. Dovel, 69, of Elkton died Friday afternoon, March 15, at University Hospital in Charlottesville. He has been ill two months.
            Mr. Dovel was born in Rockingham County May 8, 1904, and was a son of the late Isaac N. and Jeanetta Meadows Dovel.
            He was a retired employee of the Norfolk and Western Railway.
            Surviving are his wife, the former Hettie Lam; two daughters, Mrs. Helen Landis of McGaheysville and Mrs. Ruth Landis of Elkton; four sons, Russel Dovel of Elkton, Elbert Dovel of Roanoke, Elwood Dovel of McGaheysville and Leo Dovel of Harrisonburg; two sisters, Mrs. Maudie Huffman and Mrs. Nettie Sellers, both of Shenandoah; two brothers, Carl and Ervin Dovel, both of Elkton; 18 grandchildren, and a great-grandchild.
            The funeral was conducted Monday at Elkton Pentecostal church by the Rev. Ennis Dean and the Rev. Kirk Powers. Burial was in Humes Run Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 21 May 1970***
JOHN W. DOVEL
            John W. Dovel, 84, of Maitland, Mo., a native of Page County, died May 8, in the Maitland Hospital.
            He was born Dec. 22, 1885, in Stanley and was the son of the late Louis C. and Kate Housden Dovel of Stanley.
            He was married to the former Bessie O'Raliegh from Missouri, who preceded him in death in 1962.
            Surviving are one brother, Joe Dovel of Missouri and two sisters, Mrs. Martha F. Weast of Stanley and Mrs. Virginia M. Chitwood of Dallas, Tex. Three brothers are deceased.
            Mr. Dovel served 15 years in the United States Army and fought in the war.
            The funeral was conducted May 11, at the Atchison Funeral Home, in Maitland, by the Rev. R.G. Deeds. Burial was in the Maitland Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 28 Oct 1976
OSCAR G. ECKARD
            Oscar G. Eckard, 83, of Hagerstown, Md. died Friday morning, Oct. 22 at Washington County Hospital.
            He was born in Luray and was the son of the late Jacob and Louella Decker Eckard.
            He had been employed for 47 years at Foltz Manufacturing Co.
            His wife, the former Essie Hinton of Luray survives.
            Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Louise Ruth and Mrs. Valaria Crawford, both of Hagerstown; a brother, Arthur W. Eckard of Hagerstown; and seven grandchildren, and one great-grandchildren.
            Services were held at the Minnich Funeral Home, Monday afternoon, Oct. 24. The Revs. A. Bernard Coates and Dean M. Miller officiated. Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery.                                                                                                                          
Page News & Courier, Thursday 25 May 1978***
MRS. ROSETTA EPPARD
            Mrs. Rosetta M. Eppard, 94, died Wednesday, May 17. at the home of Gloria Dean in Elkton, where she had been living.
            Mrs. Eppard was born June 3, 1883 in Page County and was a daughter of the late Thomas and Matilda Jollett Meadows.
            She was married to T.W. Eppard, who died Oct. 25, 1961.
            Surviving are a daughter, Ethel Purdham of Shenandoah; two sisters, Mattie and Maggie Smith, both of Shenandoah; 10 grandchildren, and a number of great-grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Friday, May 19, at Elkton Evangelical United Methodist Church by the Rev. Henry S. Moody and the Rev. Johnny Hensley. Burial was in Jollett Cemetery near Elkton.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 26 Oct 1978
Double funeral held for Luray couple (HORACE & EDITH ESTEP)
            Horace Newton Estep and his wife, the former Edith May Aleshire, died within 24 hours of each other at MontVue where they had lived for four months.
            The Esteps lived at 121 High St., Luray.
            Mr. Estep, 77, died Sunday evening, Oct. 22. His 76-year-old wife died Monday night.
            They had been admitted to the nursing home together and had been in poor health.
            Mr. Estep was born Jan. 13, 1901 and was a son of the late George and Molly Kline Estep.
            Mrs. Estep was born Sept. 28, 1902 and was a daughter of the late James and Sarah Alice Mayes Aleshire.
            The Esteps, both natives of Page County, were married Jan. 2, 1922.
            Mr. Estep was retired from Potomac Edison. His wife was a member of Edith Rebekah Lodge in Luray.
            Mr. and Mrs. Estep were members of Luray United Methodist Church.
            Surviving are two sons, H. William Estep of Hampton and Richard L. Estep of Rileyville; a daughter, Mrs. Nancy Dorrough of Elkton, and 10 grandchildren.
            A double funeral was conducted 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 25, at Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. Max Fisher, the Rev. H. Eugene Baker and Elder John Bradley. Burial was in Beahm’s Chapel Cemetery.                                                                                           
Page News & Courier, Thursday 5 Aug 1971***
MRS. OLLIE FOX
            Mrs. Ollie Virginia Fox, 59, of Luray died 10 p.m. Saturday, July 31 at Staunton...
            She was born March 29, 1912 in Luray and was a daughter of the late Solon and Fannie Presgraves Seal.
            She was a member of a Baptist church.
            Her husband, Glendon A. Fox died Jan. 30, 1953.
            Surviving are two sons, James L. Fox of Luray and John A. Fox of Richmond; three brothers, Wendel, Edward and Aubrey Seal, all of Luray; a sister, Mrs. Neva Jenkins of Luray and two grandchildren. Two sisters are deceased.
            A funeral service was conducted Wednesday at the Bradley Funeral Home by Dr. M. Jackson White. Burial was in Beahm's Chapel Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 8 Feb 1979***
OTIS H. FOX
            Otis Hampton Fox, 76, of Luray died Saturday evening, Feb. 3, at Bridgewater Home, where he had lived 6 1/2 months.
            Mr. Fox was born July 31, 1902 in Page County and was a son of the late Thomas William and Georgia Susan Stomback Fox.
            He was employed 35 years by the Virginia Department of Highways and was a member of Morning Star Lutheran Church near Luray.
            Mr. Fox married the former Elizabeth Sandra Sours, who died July 7, 1978.
            Surviving are three sons, Leonard Charles, Hunter William and Otis Hampton Fox Jr., all of Luray, and 11 grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Tuesday, Feb. 6, at Bradley Funeral Home in Luray by the Rev. Robert Jones. Burial was in Mount Zion Cemetery near Luray.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 6 May 1976
RAYMOND FOX
            Raymond Lester Fox 83, of 26 Brumback Ave., Luray, died at his home Wednesday morning April 28.
            He had been bedridden for more than two years after a stroke March 23, 1974.
            Mr. Fox was born Aug. 4, 1892 in Page County and was the son of the late Johnny and Emma Smith Fox.
            On Nov. 25, 1914, he married the former Estelle Virginia Hall, who died July 19, 1970.
            He and his family lived in Manassas most of his life before moving back to Page County in 1968.
            He was a member of Beth Eden Lutheran Church.
            Surviving are two sons, Ralph F. Fox of Luray, Marvin W. Fox of St. David’s Church and a foster daughter, Mrs. Esther Snow of Forrestville, Md.
            Surviving are six granddaughters, Mrs. Alice Leonard of Warrenton, Mrs. Joan Buckley of Stanley, Mrs. Lemoine Warren of Falls Church, Mrs. Shirley Utz of West Virginia, Mrs. Marie Carter of Manassas, Mrs. Nancy Whitmer of Fairfax, and 15 great-grandchildren.
            Deceased are a son, Meredith L. Fox of Fairfax, and a foster son, Hillary J. Speaks of Manassas.
            The funeral was conducted by the Rev. Richard Umberger at Beth Eden Lutheran Church. Burial was in Beahm’s Chapel Cemetery.                                                               
Page News & Courier, Thursday 4 Feb 1971***
ROY (IKE) FOX
            Roy Elon (Ike) Fox, 66, of Rt. 1, Luray, died 9 pm. Wednesday night at Page Memorial Hospital where he had been hospitlized for a month...
            Mr. Fox was born April 23, 1904 in Luray and was the son of the late Simon H. and Mary E. Griffith Fox.
            He operated a sawmill and was a member of Beth Eden Lutheran Church.
            On Aug. 23, 1929 he married Stella V. Fox, who survives.
            Also surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Emma C. Escalera of Puerto Rico, and six grandchildren. One sister is deceased.
            The funeral was conducted Saturday at Beth Eden Lutheran Church by the Rev. Richard Umberger. Burial was in Beahm's Chapel Cemetery...
Page News & Courier, Thursday 11 Apr 1974***
MINNIE FREEZE
            Mrs. Minnie Brownie Freeze, 81, of Rt. 1, Stanley died Sunday morning, April 7, at Rockingham Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient 10 days...
            Mrs. Freeze was born Dec. 24, 1892 in Page County and was a daughter of the late Peter and Mary Price Painter.
            She was a member of Hilliard's Chapel Assembly of God Church.
            On March 14, 1912 she married Hubert V. Freeze, who died Jan. 21, 1966.
            Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Virginia Turner, Mrs. Reva Hilliard and Mrs. Velva Lucas, all of Stanley; six sons, Ivan V. Freeze of Luray, Floyd L. Freeze of Shenandoah, and Richard E., Glendon D., George W. and Hoover W. Freeze, all of Stanley; 44 grandchildren and 46 great-grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Tuesday at Hilliard's Chapel Church by the Rev. Henry Jenkins and the Rev. Kinzy Reed. Burial was in the Painter family cemetery near Stanley.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 27 Apr 1978***
AMBROSE GOOD
            Ambrose "Pete" Good, 79, of Luray died Thursday, April 27, at Camelot Hall Nursing Home in Harrisonburg, where he had lived four years.
            Mr. Good was born June 16, 1898 in the Marksville area of Page County and was a son of the late Ambrose and Ella Campbell Good.
            He was married to the former Laura Campbell, who died in 1976.
            Surviving is a sister, Edith Tutt of Luray.
            The funeral was conducted Tuesday, April 25, at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. O.L. Martin. Burial was in Blainsville Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 12 Dec 1974***
MRS. EDNA GOOD
            Mrs. Edna Angeline Good, 63, of Rt. 2, Stanley died Wednesday, Dec. 4, at Rockingham Memorial Hospital...
            She was born June 26, 1911 in Page County and was the daughter of the late Henry L. and Ethel J. Campbell Cubbage.
            Mrs. Good was a member of Leake's Chapel Church of the Brethren.
            On June 7, 1934, she married Lloyd F. Good, who survives.
            Also surviving are two sons, Ralph F. and Nelson Wayne Good, both of Stanley; five brothers, Claude and Walter Cubbage of Silver Spring, Md., Owen Cubbage of Stanley, Roy Cubbage of Shenandoah and William Cubbage of Texas, and four sisters, Mrs. Julia Foltz, Mrs. Mamie Good, Mrs. Cora Stallard and Mrs. Mary Dinges, all of Stanley.
            The funeral was conducted 2 p.m. Sunday at Leake's Chapel Church of the Brethren by the Rev. Andrew Laslo and the Rev. William Rodeffer. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 16 Jul 1970***
ELBY GOOD
            Elby Good, 86, of Stanley died 11:15 p.m., Friday, July 10, at the Page Memorial Hospital...
            A funeral service was conducted Monday afternoon at the Leakes Chapel Brethren Church by the Rev. Curtis Coffman and the Rev. John Sherfey. Burial was in the church cemetery.
            He was born May 8, 1884 in Stanley and was the son of the late Charlie and Susan Lucas Good. He was a retired farmer, and a member of the Leakes Chapel Brethren Church.
            He was twice married. His first wife was the former Mary E. Housden who is deceased. His second wife, the former Arvilla Cubbage, survives.
            Surviving, in addition to his wife, are five sons, Leo, Lloyd, Edward, Daniel and Nathan Good, all of Stanley; five daughters, Mrs. Edna Jenkins Mrs. Edith Miller and Mrs. Jessie Good, all of Stanley, Mrs. Mamie Miller of Front Royal and Mrs. Elsie Pugh of Waynesboro; 29 grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild; two brothers, Will Good of Stanley and Lonzie Good of Luray; two half brothers, Charles E. and Luther Good, both of Stanley; one sister, Mrs. Carrie Alger of Luray; five half sisters, Mrs. Emma Good of Luray, Mrs. Dick Stoneberger, Mrs. Allie Painter and Mrs. Claude Miller, all of Stanley, and Mrs. Hughie Good of Shenandoah.
            One son and one sister are deceased...
Page News & Courier, Thursday 7 Jun 1979***
MRS. EMMA S. GOOD
            Mrs. Emma Susan Good, 72, of Luray died Saturday afternoon, June 2, at University Hospital in Charlottesville.
            She was born June 30, 1906 in Page County and was a daughter of the late Charles and Betty Lee McCoy Good.
            In December 1923, she married Ermon Jackson Good, who died Aug. 11, 1965.
            Surviving are three sons, John P., Ermon J. Good Jr., both of Luray, and Gerald Good of Stanley; three daughters, Mrs. Marie Anderson of Grottoes, Mrs. Mary Lucas of Luray and Mrs. Judith Rickard of Rileyville; three brothers, Lonzie Good of Luray and Charles and Luther Good, both of Stanley; three sisters, Mrs. Allie Painter and Mrs. Gertie Stoneberger, both of Stanley, and Mrs. Bessie Good of Shenandoah; 14 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
            A funeral service was conducted Tuesday, June 5, at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. O.L. Martin and the Rev. Frank Hall. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 1 Apr 1976
GEORGE GOOD
            George Lee Harrison Good, 86, of Stanley, died Wednesday afternoon, March 24, at Page Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient four weeks.
            Mr. Good, a retired stonemason, who helped build the Luray Singing Tower, was born May 16, 1889 in Page County and was a son of the late Joseph P. and Fannie Good.
            On June 13, 1907 he married the former Nina Virginia Painter, who died Aug. 16, 1935.
            Surviving are four sons, Eunice R. Good Sr., of Luray, Glendon Lee, Calvin L. and Melvin Good, all of Stanley; two daughters, Mrs. Wharton (Rachel) Grandstaff of Stanley, and Mrs. Leo (Flossie) Turner of Luray; 24 grandchildren, 40 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren; one brother, Leonard F. Good of Stanley. Three sons, Kermit, Junior and Warren and a daughter, Magdalene Painter, are deceased.
            A funeral service was conducted Sunday, March 28, at the Stanley Seventh Day Adventist Church by Elder Kermit Foss. Burial was in the church cemetery.                  
Page News & Courier, Thursday 8 Apr 1971***
JAMES M. GOOD
            James Milton Good, 78, of Luray died 7 a.m. Friday, April 2 at Page Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient three days...
            Mr. Good was born Nov. 29, 1892 at Marksville and was a son of the late Ambrose and Ella Campbell Good.
            He was a carpenter and a veteran of World War I.
            He was twice married. His first wife, the former Della Acey, is deceased. His second Vivian Madison, survives.
            Surviving, besides his wife, are two sons, James Milton Good Jr. of Washington, D.C. and William Good of Detroit, Mich.; a daughter, Mrs. Geneva Johnson of Falls Church; a brother, Amos Good of Luray; two sisters, Mrs. William Tutt and Mrs. Mabel Peyton, both of Luray, and four grandchildren. One son is deceased.
            A funeral service was conducted Monday at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. Allan Baltimore. Burial was in Mt. Carmel Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 15 Jul 1971***
JOHN W. GOOD
            John William Good, 85, of Rt. 1, Stanley died 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 12, at Page Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient two weeks...
            He was born May 5, 1886 at Stanley and was a son of the late Charles and Susan Lucas Good.
            He was a farmer and a member of a Baptist church.
            Surviving are his wife, the former Maude Campbell, six sons, John, Rufus, Russell and Charles Good, all of Stanley, Thurston and Clarence Good, both of Shenandoah; two daughters, Miss Louvenia Good of Stanley, and Mrs. Loney Freeze of Shenandoah; three brothers, Lonzie Good of Luray, Charles E. and Luther Good, both of Stanley; five sisters, Mrs. Dick Stoneberger, Mrs. Allie Painter and Mrs. Claude Miller, all of Stanley, Mrs. Hughie Good of Shenandoah and Mrs. Emma Good of Luray; 23 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. One daughter, two brothers and two sisters are deceased.
            A funeral service will be conducted 2 p.m. today (Thursday) at Leake's Chapel of the Brethren by the Rev. Andrew Laslo, the Rev. Mahlon Horst and the Rev. Lonnie Hale. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 20 Jun 1974***
LEONARD GOOD
            Leonard Clinton Good, 70, of Rt. 1, Stanley died Wednesday. Mr. Good suffered an apparent heart attack at his home and was dead on arrival at Page Memorial Hospital.
            He was born at Stanley July 4, 1903 and was a son of the late William W. and Ida Cubbage Good.
            On Oct. 10, 1918, he married the former Florine May Bradley, who survives.
            Also surviving are six sons, Paul W., J. Shirley and Austin J. Good, all of Stanley, Ray J. Good of Bladensburg, Md., Charles L. Good of Catharpin and Franklin D. Good, Washington, D.C.; two daughters, Mrs. Geneva F. Cubbage and Mrs. Allita M. Hilliard, both of Stanley; 32 grandchildren, and 18 great-grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted 2 p.m. Sunday at Stanley Seventh-Day Adventist Church. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 6 Apr 1972
MRS. LILLIE GOOD
            Lillie May Good, 80, of Luray, died 4:15 p.m. Saturday, April 1, in Page Memorial Hospital. She had been in failing health several years.
            She was born in Page County Sept. 4, 1891 and was the daughter of the late Frank G. and Mary Skelton Campbell.
            She was a member of the Mt. Carmel Regular Baptist Church.
            Her husband, C. William Good, died Jan. 1, 1960.
            Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Gale V. Good of Luray and Mrs. Mary C. Orencia of Arlington; one daughter is deceased; one son, James F. Good of Shenandoah; six sons are deceased; two sisters, Mrs. Viola Pettit of Sparrows Point, Md. an Mrs. Ruth Fordyce of Orlando, Fla., two brothers are deceased; and 38 grandchildren.
            Funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon April 5 at the Mt. Carmel Regular Baptist Church by the Rev. Harold Coe. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery.    
Page News & Courier, Thursday 8 Nov 1979***
LLOYD F. GOOD
            Lloyd Franklin Good, 68, of Stanley died Thursday, Nov. 1, at Charlottesville.
            He was born Dec. 10, 1910 in Page County and was a son of the late Elby and Mary Housden Good.
            Mr. Good was a retired employee of the Virginia Oak Tannery and a member of Leakes Chapel Church of the Brethren.
            He was married twice. His first wife, the former Edna A. Cubbage, is deceased. His second wife, the former Pauline Gray, survives.
            Also surviving are two sons, Ralph F. Good of Luray and Nelson W. Good of Fredericksburg; four brothers, Leo, Edward, Daniel and Nathan Good, all of Stanley; five sisters, Mrs. Edna Gray, Mrs. Edith Miller and Mrs. Zessie Good, all of Stanley, Mrs. Mamie Miller of Front Royal and Mrs. Elsie Pugh of Afton, and three grandchildren.
            A funeral service was conducted Monday, Nov. 5, at Leakes Chapel by the Rev. Philip Browne and the Rev. Dale Bowman. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 17 Dec 1970***
MRS. MATTIE GOOD
            Mrs. Mattie Susan Good, 80, of Rt. 2, Stanley died 12 noon Thursday, Dec. 10, at Page Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient two weeks...
            She was born Feb. 19, 1890 at Stanley and was a daughter of the late John P. and Mary S. Painter.
            She was a member of the Hawksbill Primitive Baptist Church.
            Her husband, Amos Good, died Feb. 5, 1957.
            Surviving are two sons, Ivan R. and Kirby Good, both of Stanley, 21 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. Three sons and one daughter preceded her in death.
            A funeral service was conducted Sunday at the Hawksbill Primitive Baptist Church by Elder C.W. Alderton. Burial was in the Huffman Cemetery...
Page News & Courier, Thursday 4 Apr 1972
MRS. MAUDE GOOD
            Maude Campbell Good, 83, of Stanley, died 4:30 p.m. Monday, April 3 at Page Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient two weeks. She had been in failing health for several years.
            She was born July 3, 1888 in Page County and was the daughter of the late Henry and Barbara Campbell.
            She was a member of the Baptist church.
            Her husband, John W. Good, died July 12, 1971.
            Surviving are six sons, John, Rufus, Russell and Charles Good, all of Stanley, Thurston and Clarence Good, both of Shenandoah; two daughters, Miss Louvenia Good of Stanley and Mrs. Loney Freeze of Shenandoah; 23 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
            Funeral services will be conducted 2 p.m. Friday, April 7 at Leaks Chapel Church by the Rev. Andrew Laslo, the Rev. Mahlon Horst and the Rev. Lonnie Hale. Burial will be in the church cemetery.                                                                                                  
Page News & Courier, Thursday 30 Mar 1972
MRS. NETTIE GRANT
            Mrs. Nellie Mae Grant, 88, of Bayville, N.J., died Monday, March 27, at Tom’s River Convalescent Center where she had been a patient for the past four weeks.
            Born Mrs. Grant and her husband, Percy H. Grant, have been patients at the Country Manor Nursing Homes in Toms River for several years.
            A native of Luray, Mrs. Grant was born in May 1183 and was a daughter of the late Luretta C. and Isaac Huffman.
            Surviving besides her husband are two sisters, Miss Nan Huffman and Mrs. Bertie Atwood, both of Luray. Three brothers and two sisters are deceased.
            Last rites will be held today (Thursday) at Anderson and Campbell Funeral Home in Tom’s River, N.J. with burial in Bayville, N.J.                                                                       
Page News & Courier, Thursday 30 Nov 1978***
DONALD I. GRAY
            Donald Isaiah Gray, 44, of Front Royal and formerly of Page County, died Wednesday morning, Nov. 29, at Winchester Memorial Hospital...
            Mr. Gray was born July 26, 1934 in Page County and was a son of Mrs. Edith L. Comer Gray of Stanley and the late H.I. Gray.
            He was a salesman for James McGraw Inc. of Front Royal and resided at 1017 Horseshore Drive.
            He was a veteran of the Korean conflict.
            Mr. Gray was a member of the Front Royal United Methodist Church, where he was a past chairman of the worship committee and of the administrative board.
            He was a former member of the Cedarville Ruritan Club.
            On July 10, 1960, he married the former Nancy L. Southerly, who survives.
            Besides his mother and wife, he is survived by a son, Donald Todd Gray, and a daughter, Sherrill Anne Gray, both of Front Royal; two brothers, Connard Gray and Jennings Gray, both of Stanley and three sisters, Mrs. Maisie Coleman of Richmond, Mrs. Helen Huddle of Axis, Ala. and Mrs. Mary Lee Gray of Stanley.
            The funeral service will be conducted 10 a.m. Saturday at the Front Royal United Methodist Church by the Rev. Laughten L. Corr. Burial will be at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 2, in Evergreen Cemetery in Luray...
Page News & Courier, Thursday 8 Feb 1979***
MRS. RACHEL GRAY
            Mrs. Rachel Mae Gray, 75, of Stanley died Sunday morning, Feb. 4, at her home...
            Mrs. Gray was born Sept. 23, 1903 in Page County and was a daughter of the late James and Virginia Jenkins Sampson.
            She was a member of Bethlehem Christian Church.
            On July 1, 1925 she married Harmon Letcher Gray, who died Aug. 17, 1965.
            Surviving are a son, James R. Gray of Stanley; two daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Hilliards and Mrs. Maxine Pettit, both of Stanley; a brother, George Sampson of Stanley; a sister, Mrs. Eliza Cave of Shenandoah, and six grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Tuesday, Feb. 6, at Bethlehem Christian Church by the Rev. O.L. Martin. Burial was in Graves Chapel cemetery near Stanley.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 29 Jan 1976
MRS. SARA GRAY
            Mrs. Sarah Catherine Aleshire Gray, 88, of Winchester died Sunday, Jan. 25, at Winchester Memorial Hospital.
            She was born Dec. 8, 1887 at Stanley and was a daughter of the late Eliza Jane and Christopher Aleshire.
            Tildon H. Gray, whom she married Jan. 18, 1905, is deceased.
            Surviving are two sons, Clarence Gray of Riverdale, Md. and Nathan Gray of Hillcrest Heights, Md.; six daughters, Mrs. Ora G. Huff of Berryville, Md.; Mrs. Gladys G. Harvey of Cinaminson, N.J.; Mrs. Mabel G. Stafford of Lynchburg; Mrs. Bertha G. Talley of Germantown, Md.; Mrs. Marie G. Shelton of Danville, and Mrs. Ocie G. Burn of Winchester, 19 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. One son, Levi Gray, is deceased.
            A funeral service was conducted Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 28 at St. George’s Episcopal Church in Pine Grove. Burial was in the Gray family cemetery.                               
Page News & Courier, Thursday 8 Feb 1979***
VIRGIL M. GRAY
            Virgil M. Gray, 73, of Aliquippa, Pa. died Friday, Feb. 2, at Aliquippa Hospital following an extended illness.
            He was born April 20, 1905 in the Pine Grove section of Page County and was a son of the late Joseph E. and Lena B. Weakley Gray.
            Mr. Gray had been a resident of Aliquippa since 1925 and retired in April 1970 from the Aliquippa Works of Jones and Laughlin Steel Corp. He was a member of Local 1211, United Steelworkers of America and the Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter No. 68.
            He served on the Aliquippa School Board from 1946 to 1952.
            Surviving are his widow, Edythe Lux Gray; two sons, Kenneth E. and Richard L. Gray of Aliquippa; three daughters, Mrs. Donal (Virginia) Patricelli and Mrs. Raymond (Marjorie) Ross, both of Baden, Pa., and Mrs. James (Maxine) Ursitti of Aliquippa; eight grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Osey (Lucy) Southard of Stanley and a brother, Fred Gray of Hillsborough, N.C.
            A funeral service was conducted Monday, Feb. 5, at the Frank A. Hornstein Jr. Funeral Home by the Rev. Robert W. Bradbury. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery, Aliquippa.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 11 Nov 1976
MRS. GRIFFITH (MRS. MELLIE MAE)
            Mrs. Mellie Mae Griffith, 82, of Luray died Tuesday morning at Page Memorial Hospital.
            Mrs. Griffith had been ill several years.
            She was born Nov. 8, 1894 at Stanley and was a daughter of the late John Morgan and Elizabeth Stroupe Good.
            On May 22, 1912, she married William L. Griffith, who died Dec. 3, 1973.
            Surviving are two sons, Harold L. and Cecil F. Griffith, both of Luray; a daughter, Mrs. Virginia Thompson of Luray, and three grandchildren.
            A graveside service will be conducted 11 a.m., today (Thursday) in Evergreen Cemetery by the Rev. James Morris.                                                                                    
Page News & Courier, Thursday 30 Nov 1978***
R.J. GRIMSLEY
            Raymond Jackson Grimsley Sr., 74, of Shenandoah died Tuesday morning, Nov. 28, at Rockingham Memorial Hospital...
            Mr. Grimsley was born Aug. 2, 1904 in Page County and was a son of the late Noah and Elizabeth Comer Grimsley.
            He retired from the Norfolk and Western Railroad in 1972 and was a member of Christ United Methodist Church in Shenandoah.
            On Sept. 7, 1928, he married the former Ola Merica, who survives.
            Also surviving are a son, Raymond J. Grimsley of Shenandoah; a daughter, Mrs. Phyllis Robinson of Springfield; a brother, Floyd Grimsley of Shenandoah; four sisters, Mrs. Florence Price, Mrs. Minnie Pence, Mrs. Myrtle Nicely and Mrs. Gladys Merica, all of Shenandoah, and five grandchildren.
            The funeral will be conducted 2 p.m. (today) Thursday at Warren G. Kyger Funeral Home by the Rev. Howard Gosnell. Burial will be in Rest Haven Cemetery...
Page News & Courier, Thursday 6 Apr 1972
MRS. NAVIE FLIPPO
            Mrs. Navie Martin Flippo, 87, of Harrisonburg, died Tuesday, March 28 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Everett Martin, at 1135 S. Main St., Harrisonburg. Mrs. Flippo had been in poor health several years.
            She was born May 3, 1884 at Alma and was a daughter of the late J. William and Mollie Jenkins Martin.
            She attended West Central Academy and on Oct. 8, 1908 married O.A. Flippo. He died June 21, 1956.
            The couple moved to Harrisonburg in 1923, where Mrs. Flippo operated Valley Rest Tourist Home on South Main Street for 30 years while her husband operated a grocery and gas station.
            She was a member of the Mt. Solon United Methodist Church.
            Surviving are another daughter, Mrs. Madge Cole of Charleston, W.Va.; two sons, Harry F. and William W. Flippo Sr., both of Harrisonburg; a sister, Miss Bessie Martin of Elkton, and three grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Thursday, March 30 at the Lindsey Harrisonburg Funeral Home by the Rev. Sam Jones. Burial was in Woodbine Cemetery.                            
Page News & Courier, Thursday 15 Nov 1973***
JOHN H. FOX
            John Harold Fox, 58, of Luray, owner of Fox Auto Body Shop, died Saturday morning at Winchester Hospital where he had been a patient three weeks.
            He was born June 24, 1915 at Luray and was a son of the late Edward and Anna Moyer Fox.
            On July 3, 1940 he married the former Lillian M. Keyser, who survives.
            Surviving, besides his wife, are four daughters, Miss Diana K. Fox of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Lou Ann Cave of Richmond and Miss Terry S. Fox and Mrs. Sharon D. Embrey, both of Luray, and a brother, Edward F. Fox of Richmond.
            A funeral service was conducted Monday at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. Ralph Hoffmeyer and the Rev. Thomas Lovern Jr. Burial was in Beahm's Chapel Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 11 Nov 1976
MISS VICKY FREEZE
            Miss Vicky Diane Freeze, 14, of Stanley died Saturday morning, Nov. 6, at her home. She had been in failing health for a year.
            Miss Freeze was born Dec. 13, 1961 in Page County and was a daughter of Marion Junior and Dolly Marie Campbell Freeze.
            She attended Stanley Elementary School.
            Surviving in addition to her parents are two brothers, Billy and Danny Freeze, both at home; four sisters, Sandra and Tracy Freeze, both at home, Mrs. Linda Gochenour and Mrs. Martha Broyles, both of Stanley, and a grandfather, Kemper C. Campbell of Stanley.
            The funeral service was conducted Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 9, at Hilliards Chapel Church in Stanley by the Rev. H.H. Jenkins and the Rev. Ethel Painter. Burial was at the family cemetery in Stanley.                                                                                                         
Page News & Courier, Thursday 5 Oct 1978***
MRS. SUDIE HANSBROUGH
            Mrs. Sudie Virginia Hansbrough, 84, of 408 Third St., Shenandoah died early Friday morning, Sept. 29, at Hawksbill Rest Home in Luray.
            ...
            She was born April 14, 1894 in Page County and was a daughter of the late William D. and Rebecca Lee Keyser Harlow.
            Mrs. Hansbrough was a member of First Christian Church of Shenandoah.
            On Dec. 27, 1913, she married George H. Hansbrough, who survives.
            Also surviving are two sons, Paul and Ray Hansbrough, both of Shenandoah; four brothers, Joseph Harlow of Baltimore, Granville Harlow of Luray and Harry and Robert Harlow, both of Aliquippa, Pa.; eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
            A graveside service was conducted Sunday, Oct. 1, in Evangelical United Brethren Cemetery in Shenandoah by the Rev. Jerry McGlone. The Rebekahs conducted a graveside service.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 10 May 1979***
MRS. MARGARET HARRIS
            Mrs. Margaret Frances Harris, 60, of Stanley died Sunday, May 6, at Page Memorial Hospital.
            She was born March 4, 1919 in Page County and was a daughter of the late David and Daisey Blosser Good.
            On Dec. 17, 1945, she married Howard Herman Harris, who died May 11, 1970.
            The funeral was conducted Tuesday, May 8, at the Stanley Free Will Baptist Church. Burial was in the Stanley Adventist Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 9 Feb 1978***
Mrs. Hensley               (MRS. SALLIE E. HENSLEY)
            Mrs. Sallie Emily Hensley, 77, of Rt. 1, Elkton died Thursday evening at Rockingham Memorial Hospital.
            She was born April 12, 1900 in Rockingham County and was a daughter of the late Solomon Asbury and Eliza Ann Breeden Dean.
            Mrs. Hensley was a member of First Southern Methodist Church.
            On June 4, 1919, she married Sibert S. Hensley, who died Aug. 26, 1956.
            Surviving are four daughters, Ima Breeden, Lucille Dean and Ola and Leona Lam, all of Elkton; six sons, Osba Hensley of Shenandoah, Hershel Hensley of Laurel, Md., Ronnie Hensley of Rockville, Md., Holbert Hensley of Martinsburg, W.Va., Terry Hensley of Harrisonburg; two sisters, Dundee, Ill.,  and Donnie Hensley of Harrisonburg; two sisters, Agnes Hensley of Harrisonburg and Stella Bell of Washington, D.C.; three brothers, Kemper Dean of Morgantown, W.Va. and Gilbert and Edgar Dean, both of Elkton; 30 grandchildren, and 23 great-grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Saturday, Feb. 4, at First Southern Methodist Church by John Newton Gordon. Burial was in Elk Run Cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 16 Jul 1970***
FREDERICK L. HIGGS    
            Frederick Lee Higgs, 78, of Stanley died 3 p.m. Thursday, July 9, at his home on Judy Lane...
            Mr. Higgs was born April 19, 1892 at Stanley and was a son of the late Joseph B. and Senora A. Cave Higgs. He was a retired carpenter.
            His wife, the former Rosa Short, died Aug. 20, 1968.
            Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. David (Elaine) Comer and Mrs. Homer (Beatrice) Purdham, both of Stanley, and Mrs. Philip (Marie) Austin of Shenandoah; two sisters, Mrs. Faye Hudson of Savannah, Ga., and Mrs. Ina Lane of Hagerstown, Md.; two grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. One son and two brothers are deceased.
            A funeral service was conducted Sunday at the Stanley Baptist Church by Dr. Larry Patton. Burial was in Graves Chapel Cemetery...
Page News & Courier, Thursday 20 Jun 1974***
Mrs. Hilliard (MRS. CATHERINE GOOD HILLIARD)
            Mrs. Catherine Good Hilliard, 56, wife of Page County Building Inspector C. Earl Hilliard of Rt. 3, Luray, died Wednesday morning, June 12, at Rockingham Memorial Hospital.
            ...
            She was born in Page County June 5, 1918 and was a daughter of the late Everett and Fannie Blosser Good.
            Mrs. Hilliard was a coowner and manager of Hilliard Service Center and a member of Hilliard Chapel Assembly of God Church.
            She was a member of the Page County Gideon Auxiliary and was secretary of the flower fund for Hilliard's Chapel.
            On March 27, 1937, she married Mr. Hilliard, who survives.
            Also surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Gerald (Geraldine) Cubbage, Mrs. Joe (Cathy) Alger and Mrs. Milton (Donna) Sours, all of Luray; a brother, Rufus Good of Rileyville; a sister, Mrs. Bergie (Ruby) Vaughan of Luray, and one grandchild.
            The funeral was conducted Saturday at Hilliard's Chapel Assembly of God Church at Stanley by the Rev. H.H. Jenkins. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery in Luray.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 14 Dec 1978***
GARLAND L. HILLIARD
            Garland Landon Hilliard, 76, of Stanley died Tuesday evening, Dec. 12, at his home.
            He was born May 25, 1902 in Page County and was a son of the late John and Carrie Cubbage Hilliard.
            He was married twice. His first wife, the former Minnie Good, died May 19, 1976. His second wife, the former Elizabeth Painter Dovel, survives.
            Also surviving are four sons, Vincent Hilliard of Falls Church, John Hilliard of Rileyville, James Hilliard of Stanley and Chester Hilliard of Luray; four daughters, Mrs. Peggy Courch of Annapolis, Md., Mrs. Josephine Simmons of Richmond, Mrs. Margie Price and Mrs. Bonnie Wood, both of Rileyville; two stepsons, Bobby Good of Luray and Harold Good of Glendale, Ariz.; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Betty Davis of Luray; a brother, John Hilliard of Stanley; and three sisters, Mrs. Mabel Seal of Elkton, Mrs. Iva Lucas of Shenandoah and Mrs. Alice Lumsden of Stanley.
            The body is at the Bradley Funeral Home pending funeral arrangements.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 15 Jul 1976
HUBERT HILLIARD
            Hubert J. Hilliard, 91, of Rt. 3, Luray, died Saturday, July 10, at Page Memorial Hospital, where he had been a patient three weeks.
            Mr. Hilliard was born Jan. 18, 1885 in Page County and was a son of the late Christopher and Jane McAllister Hilliard.
            On May 25, 1914, he married the former Sina Holmes, who survives.
            Also surviving are two sons, Holmes H. Hilliard of Strasburg and Kenneth Page Hilliard of Pasadena, Md.; four daughters, Mrs. Jeanette Painter of Luray, Mrs. Betty Jane Turnage and Mrs. Sarah May, both of Ocala, Fla. and Mrs. Laura Bell Comer of Shenandoah; two sisters, Mrs. Virginia Stillwell of Stanley and Mrs. Minnie Monroe of Shenandoah, and 25 grandchildren.
            A graveside service was conducted Tuesday, July 13, in Beahm’s Chapel Cemetery by the Rev. Hudson Nuckols.                                                                                 
Page News & Courier, Thursday 4 Feb 1974***
JOHN W. HILLIARD
            John W. Hilliard, 99, of Front Royal died Tuesday, Jan. 26 in a Staunton hospital.
            He was born at Ingham, in Page County, and was a son of the late Chris and Jane Elizabeth Hilliard.
            Mr. Hilliard was a retired contractor. He built a house in Front Royal which is now the Stoney Ledge Motel.
            Surviving are a son, Milliard Hilliard of Parsons, W.Va.; two brothers, J.B. Hilliard and Hubert Hilliard of Luray; two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Monroe of Shenandoah and Mrs. Hyland Stillwell of Stanley. One daughter and two brothers are deceased.
            A funeral service was conducted Thursday at the Maddox Funeral Home at Front Royal. Burial was in a Front Royal cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 25 Mar 1976
MINNIE HILLIARD
            Mrs. Minnie Katherine Hilliard, 66, of Planing Mill Road, Luray, died Friday morning, March 19, at her home.
            Mrs. Hilliard had been in failing health a year.
            She was born Sept. 6, 1909 in Page County and was a daughter of Mrs. Lucy Blosser Knight and the late John W. Knight.
            Mrs. Hilliard had been married twice. Her first husband, Henry Good, died Sept. 12, 1939.
            Also surviving are five sons, Bobby Lee Good and John F., James G. and Chester Ray Hilliard, all of Luray, and Harold J. Good of Glendale, Ariz.; three daughters, Mrs. Betty Lou Davis and Mrs. Margie A. Price, both of Luray, and Mrs. Bonnie Lou Wood of Rileyville; five brothers, James, Jack, Jacob and Robert L. Knight all of Luray, and John W. Knight of Shenandoah; four sisters, Mrs. Reda Foltz and Mrs. Louise V. Nicholson, both of Luray, Mrs. Agnes Taylor of Stanley and Mrs. Bertha Thomas of Romney, W.Va., and 22 grandchildren.
            The funeral was conducted Monday, March 22, at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. Alfred Comer and the Rev. Max Fisher. Burial was in the Stanley Adventist Cemetery.                                                                                                                                  
Page News & Courier, Thursday 1 Jun 1974***
JOHN CLARK HITT
            John Clark Hitt, 64, of Shenandoah died Friday evening, May 26, at Newton D. Baker Veterans Hospital in Martinsburg, W.Va...
            He was born in Page County July 23, 1913 and was a son of the late John and Maggie Bumgardner Hitt.
            He was a retired carpenter and a member of Shenandoah Assembly of God Church, Ashlar Lodge No. 125 AF & AM and Luray Veterans of Foreign Wars.
            Mr. Hitt served in the Army infantry in the Philippines during World War II.
            On Oct. 26, 1936, he married the former Mary Frances Comer, who survives.
            Also surviving are a brother, Coe Hitt of Rt. 1, Shenandoah, and five sisters, Nina Meadows, Grace Foltz and Jessie Alger, all of Stanley, Irene Higgs of Rt. 1, Shenandoah and Mamie Comer of Shenandoah.
            A funeral service was conducted Monday, May 29, at Shenandoah Assembly of God Church by the Rev. Sidney Gills. Burial was in Mt. Lebanon United Church of Christ cemetery with graveside services conducted by the Masons.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 5 Sep 1974***
GENEVA HOUSDEN
            Mrs. Geneva Edna Housden, 50, of Rt. 1, Stanley died Saturday, Aug. 31 at Page Memorial Hospital...
            She was born Sept. 22, 1923 in Luray and was a daughter of the late Clifford and Virginia Rowe.
            She was married April 19, 1943 to Rufus M. Housden, who survives.
            Also surviving are two sons, Clyde M. and Donnie C. Housden, both of Stanley; five brothers, Basil, William Robert, Earl and Clyde Rowe, all of Luray; three sisters, Mrs. Daisy Miller of Luray, Mrs. Leola Wilt of Sebring, Ohio, and Mrs. Gertrude Jones of Harrisonburg, and two grandchildren.
            A funeral service was conducted Monday at Leake's Chapel Church of the Brethren by the Rev. Andrew Laslo, the Rev. Alfred Comer and the Rev. Max Fisher. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 12 Dec 1974***
Mrs. Housden             (KATHLEEN HOUSDEN)
            Mrs. Kathleen Mary Housden, 44, of 516 Fourth St., Luray, died Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 10, at Page Memorial Hospital, where she had been a patient two days...
            She was born May 26, 1930 in Page County and was a daughter of the late Harrison and Zelda Taylor Buracker.
            On Sept. 20, 1948, she married June J. Housden who survives.
            Also surviving are two sons, Jeffery and Boyd H. Housden, both of Luray; a daughter, Miss Deborah Housden of Luray; two brothers, Ralph Buracker of Freemont, Cal. and Carroll Buracker of Fairfax, and two sisters, Mrs. Nelma Bankster of Empire, Cal. and Mrs. Frances Carroll of Massachusetts.
            The body is at the Bradley Funeral Home in Luray and funeral arrangements were incomplete Wednesday afternoon.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 2 Feb 1978***
STANLEY HOUSDEN
            Stanley Newton Housden, 53, of Luray, died of an apparent heart attack Thursday morning, Jan. 26, at his home, 105 Seventh Ave., Luray.
            Mr. Housden was born in Page County Nov. 24, 1942 and was a son of the late Vernon Lee and Lula Mae Kite Housden.
            On Oct. 14, 1950, he married the former Alice Page Viands, who survives.
            Also surviving are two sons, Kim Newton and David Lee Housden, both of Luray; four daughters, Barbara Sue and Terri Lynn Housden, both of Luray, Karen Ann Ahmed of Juvai, Arabia and Susan Kaye Meadows of Elkton; a brother, June J. Housden of Luray; two sisters, Mae Virginia Judd and Peggy Jean Fox, both of Luray, and a grandchild.
            The funeral service was conducted Sunday, Jan. 28, at the Bradley Funeral Home by the Rev. Max Fisher. Burial was in Beahm's Chapel cemetery in Luray.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 25 Dec 1975***
CHARLES HUFFMAN
            Charles Lee Huffman, 81, of Stanley died Friday morning, Dec. 19, at Page Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient 10 days.
            He was born July 20, 1894 in Page County and was a son of the late David Lee and Ada Florence Dovel Huffman.
            He was married twice. His first wife, the former Sadie Florence Foltz, died Oct. 30, 1951. On Dec. 1, 1953, he married the former Elizabeth Reed Strole, who survives.
            Mr. Huffman was a retired farmer and painter and a veteran of World War I.
            He was a member of St. Luke Lutheran Church in Alma and was a charter member of the Stanley Veterans of Foreign Wars.
            Besides his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Shirley Maxine Good and Mrs. Joan Marie Buracker, both of Stanley; a stepson, Howard Reed Lowry of Stanley; three brothers, Arthur Franklin Huffman of Stephens City, Edgar Lee Huffman of Harrisonburg and Durwood Elmo Huffman of Arlington, and four sisters, Mrs. Nannie Virginia Zirkle of New Market, Mrs. Syvilla Pauline Ludwig of Maurertown, Mrs. Charlotte Mae Klinger of Ormond Beach, Fla. and Mrs. Ruth Marie Davis or Orlando.
            The funeral was conducted Sunday, Dec. 21, at St. Luke Lutheran Church by the Rev. M.P. Lane. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 8 Feb 1979***
MRS. ARTIE JENKINS
            Mrs. Artie Elizabeth Jenkins, 72, of Stanley died Saturday morning, Feb. 3, at Page Memorial Hospital...
            She was born Dec. 21, 1906 in Stanley and was a daughter of the late Charles L. and Mary E. Smith Meadows.
            On Dec. 31, 1925, she married the Rev. Jesse Sherman Jenkins, who died Nov. 16, 1969.
            Surviving are three sons, Jesse T. Jenkins of Falls Church, James R. Jenkins of Richmond and Charles M. Jenkins of Stanley; eight daughters, Mrs. Vontella Lam, Mrs. Rachel Cubbage and Mrs. Margaret Pettit, all of Stanley, Mrs. Frances Isley of Walkertown, N.C., Naomi Hershey of Silver Spring, Md., Mrs. Juanita Good of Shenandoah, Mrs. Betty Blakley of Newport News and Mrs. Ruth Veney of Luray; a brother, Luther Meadows of Elkton; two sisters, Mrs. Guy Lam and Mrs. Elmer Lam, both of Elkton; 21 grandchildren, and a great-grandchild.
            A funeral service was conducted Monday, Feb. 5, at the Luray Pentecostal Church by the Rev. Albert Kling and Jimmy Pittman. Burial was in the Jenkins family cemetery on Tanner's Ridge.
Page News & Courier, Thursday 2 Feb 1978***
BURNETT JENKINS
            Burnett Russell Jenkins, 91, of Stanley died Friday evening, Jan. 27, at MontVue in Luray.
            He was born Sept. 6, 1886 in Page County and was a son of the late F.M. and Annie Dadisman Jenkins.
            Mr. Jenkins was a member of Stanley Seventh-day Adventist Church.
            On April 15, 1908, he married the former Maude Mae Goodrich, who survives.
            Also surviving are two sons, Harold B. Jenkins of Luray and Warren F. Jenkins of Takoma Park, Md.; one daughter, Elsie Pohle of Rockville, Md.; eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
            A funeral service was conducted Monday, Jan. 30, at Bradley Funeral Home by Elder David Anderson. Burial was in the Seventh-day Adventist Cemetery in Stanley.