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ELLIS F. HALE SR.

Blacksburg - Ellis Franklin HALE Sr., 79, died May 9 at his home. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Florence K. HALE, Blacksburg; two sons, E. Franklin HALE Jr. and Jack HALE, both of Blacksburg; a brother, Fielding HALE, Lynchburg; two half sisters, Mrs. Maude HICKS and Mrs. Bernice HOOVER, Quarry. The funeral was held Thursday, May 11, at 2 p.m., in the Westview Cemetery. The Rev. Charles S. KING, pastor of the church, conducted the services. The Hoy Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.


MRS. MAGGIE M. HALL

Blacksburg, June 17 - Mrs. Maggie Mickie HALL, 76, died Wednesday evening at her home here. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth E. DOSS, Blacksbug; four sons, Dave EFFINGER, Epson EFFINGER, Howard EFFINGER, Jack EFFINGER, all of Blacksburg; five sisters, Mrs. W. M. CRUMPACKER, Blacksburg; Mrs. B. P. LINKOUS, Scottsville, Mrs. Sally SHIMLES, Tomahawk, Wis.; Mrs. Ruth HURST and Mrs. Kate LUMPKINS, both of Roanoke; three brothers, john PREFATER, Sam PREFATER, Claude PREFATER, all of Roanoke; her stepmother, Mrs. Rosie PREFATER of Roanoke and nine grandchildren. Funeral will be held Friday, at 2 p.m. in the P. D. Oakey Funeral Home. Burial will be in Westview Cemetery.


HUGH L. HAWKINS

Blacksburg - Hugh L. HAWKINS, 88, died Friday in a Roanoke hospital. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. A. B. KNUDSEN, Norfolk, Mrs. Clara LAPPIN, New York City, Mrs. R. C. MOORE, Blacksburg, Mrs. D. P. JAMES, Petersburg, Mrs. C. E. CLEAR, Richmond; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Barbara Ann FRAZIER, Newport News, three sons, Howard HAWKINS, New Hope, Hugh M. HAWKINS, New Market, Fred HAWKINS, Ringold. The funeral will be at 3 p.m. Sunday at Jones Funeral Chapel with burial in Westview Cemetery. (Written on this: April 19th 68)


MRS. NANNIE PRICE HAWKINS

Blacksburg - Mrs. Nannie PRICE HAWKINS died July 22 at her home here. A native of Montgomery County, she was the wife of Hugh L. HAWKINS to whom she had been married 65 years on May 30, 1965. For many years Mrs. HAWKINS was the correspondent in the Glade Community, where she resided, for the Montgomery News Messenger. Surviving are her husband, H. L. HAWKINS; six daughters, Mrs. A. B. KNUDSEN, Norfolk; Mrs. Clara LAPPIN, New York City; Mrs. Robert C. MOORE, Blacksburg; Mrs. David P. JAMES, Petersburg; Mrs. Charles E. CLEAR, Richmond; Mrs. Barbara H. FRASIER, Newport News; three sons, Howard A. HAWKINS, New Hope; Hugh M. HAWKINS, New Market; Fred T. HAWKINS, Ringgold; a sister, Mrs. Edgar L. HAWKINS, Sr., Blacksburg; two brothers, Alex PRICE, Blacksburg, Frank PRICE, Akron, Ohio; 21 grandchildren and 18 great- grandchildren. Funeral services were held July 24, at 3 p.m., in Jones Funeral Chapel with burial in Westview Cemetery. The Rev. Richard M. UMBERGER, of St. Peter Lutheran Church, Glade Community, conducted the services, assisted by the Rev. Mahlon H. ELLIOTT, pastor of the Blacksburg Methodist Church. Pallbearers were Mrs. Hawkins' grandsons, Tommy HAWKINS, Jimmy HAWKINS, Danny HAWKINS, David JAMES, Byron JAMES, and Noble MOORE.


ALONZOE W. HELMS

Blacksburg - Alonzoe W. HELMS, 71, died at his home in St. Louis Monday. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Marie HELMS; a daughter, Mrs. Francis Lee HELMS, both of St. Louis; three sisters, Mrs. Gideon TIMBERLAKE and Mrs. Aubrey NOTTINGHAM, both of Spartanburg, S.C.; Mrs. Minnie WALTERS, Baltimore; two brothers, Guy HELMS, Pearisburg; Dr. S. T. HELMS, Baltimore. The body will be sent to Givens Funeral Home in Pearisburg, where it will remain until Saturday morning. There will be a Masonic graveside service Saturday at 2 p.m. at West View Cemetery in Blacksburg.


HOWARD G. HELMS

Howard Grant HELMS, 69, died Monday in a Roanoke hospital. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Virginia STRICKLER HELMS; three daughters, Mrs. Helen COMPTON and Mrs. Ruth PAYNE, both of Blacksburg, and Miss Martha HELMS, Richmond; a son, Harley E. HELMS, Blacksburg; seven sisters, Mrs. F. E. CHARLTON, Mrs. A. L. DOBBINS, Mrs. J. W. STRICKLER, Sr., Mrs. S. W. STRICKLER, all of Blacksburg; Mrs. Ed BISHOP, Christiansburg; Mrs. Henry TURNER and Mrs. Dennis EPPERLY, Roanoke, four grandchildren. Funeral was Wednesday at the Blacksburg Christian Church. Burial was in Westview Cemetery.


MISS LILLIAN J. HELMS

Blacksburg, Dec. 5 - Miss Lillian J. HELMS, 65, died in a Lynchburg hospital Wednesday night. Surviving are three brothers, Guy HELMS, Pearisburg; A. W. HELMS, St. Louis, Mo.; Dr. S. T. HELMS, Baltimore; three sisters, Mrs. Sallie TIMBERLAKE, Spartanburg, S.C.; Mrs. Mary Lee NOTTINGHAM, Cape Charles; Mrs. Minnie WATERS, Baltimore. Funeral will be at P. D. Oakey Funeral Home Sunday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in West View Cemetery.


JOHN W. HENDERSON

John Wallace HENDERSON, 62, died suddenly Wednesday evening, January 17, at his home on Main street, Blacksburg. He is survived by his wife, Willa SLUSSER HENDERSON; one son, Joe HENDERSON; one daughter, Miss Martha HENDERSON; one brother, Robert E. HENDERSON; three sisters, Mrs. Edwin PRICE, Mrs. Harry BENNETT, and Mrs. John MEADOWS. Funeral services were conducted from Whisner Memorial Methodist church Friday, January 19 at 2:00 o'clock, interment was in Westview cemetery.


MICHAEL V. HENDERSON

Blacksburg - Funeral for Michael Vernon HENDERSON, 15, who was killed Wednesday in a hunting accident, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Luster's Gate Union church, with burial in Westview Cemetery, Blacksburg. The body is at the Hoy Funeral Home. (Written on this: Nov 3 1965)


ROBERT E. HENDERSON

Blacksburg - Robert Ervin HENDERSON, 74, died Wednesday night en route to a Roanoke hospital. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Reta HENDERSON; a sister, Mrs. Ada MEADOWS, Blacksburg. Funeral will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the Hoy Funeral Home, with burial in Westview Cemetery.. (Written on this: Nov 3 1965)


NASH HENDERSON

Blacksburg, March 12 (Special) - Nash HENDERSON, 86, member of a family identified with the history of Montgomery county from early times, died at 4 p.m. today at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. A. MEADOWS, about three miles from Blacksburg. Funeral services will be held at the MEADOWS home at 11 a.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in the family cemetery in Roanoke Valley. Surviving are his wife, and the following children: Mrs. Edwin PRICE, Mrs. Henry BENNETT, Wallace and Robert E. HENDERSON, all of Montgomery county; and one brother, Croswell H. HENDERSON. Mr. HENDERSON was widely related in Montgomery and adjoining counties.


MRS. NASH HENDERSON

Blacksburg, Jan. 6 (Special) - Mrs. Nash HENDERSON, 83, a life-long resident of Montgomery county, and widely connected throughout this section of the state, died Wednesday morning at the family home three miles from Blacksburg. She is survived by several sons and daughters. The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Roanoke Valley Presbyterian church. Burial will be in a nearby cemetery. The body will remain at Richardson's funeral home in Christiansburg until 10 a.m. Friday.


ELGIN B. HOWERY Floyd, Oct. 23 (Special) - Cpt. Elgin B. HOWERY, 40, died suddenly early this morning at the home of his sister, Miss Virginia HOWERY in Blacksburg. He was the son of Emmett HOWERY of Floyd, and the late Mrs. HOWERY. Cpt. HOWERY was honorably discharged last month after two years of service overseas. He is survived by his sister and six brothers, all of whom have had overseas service. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 o'clock p.m. from the Camp Creek Methodist church, with interment in the church burial grounds.


ANAH PHARR HUFFMAN

New Castle - Anah Pharr HUFFMAN, 78, died Saturday in a Roanoke hospital. Surviving are his wife, Annie DUNBAR HUFFMAN; a daughter, Mrs. Bertie Ann MILLS, Martinsville; a son, Alan HUFFMAN, at Home; a brother, Giles E. HUFFMAN, New Castle. The funeral will be Monday at 2 p.m. at Forks of John's Creek Church with burial in the HUFFMAN family cemetery. Arrangements are being made by Boitnott Funeral Home. (Written on this: Feb 25 67)


DR. F. B. HUFFMAN

Dr. F. B. HUFFMAN, 61, died suddenly Tuesday at his home in Blacksburg. He is survived by his wife, three daughters, two brothers and two sisters. Dr. HUFFMAN was educated at the Medical college of Virginia and Maryland Medical college, beginning his practice at Sinking Creek in 1909. He then moved to Price's Fork and later to Newport, coming to Blacksburg in 1920, where he had practiced ever since. Services will be held at Blacksburg Christian church, of which he was a member, Thursday, the time to be announced. Interment will be in the HUFFMAN cemetery in Craig county.


MRS. HESTER A. HUNTER

Blacksburg, Jan. 21 - Mrs. Hester Ann HUNTER, 90, died at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Mollie STEVERS, here Monday night. Also surviving are another daughter, Mrs. Dale ODHAM, Blacksburg; three sons, Elsie, Harry HUNTER, both of Blacksburg; William HUNTER; 19 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Blacksburg Wesleyan Methodist Church. Burial will be in West View Cemetery. The body will be at P. D. Oakey Funeral Home until 1 p.m. Wednesday. (Written on this: 1958 Monday)


MRS. ROSA LEE HUNTER

Blacksburg, May 22 (Special) - Mrs. Rosa Lee HUNTER, 67, died here this morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edgar MARTIN. The funeral will be held at the home Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Burial will be in Pleasant View cemetery.


BERNARD G. HUTCHINSON

Blacksburg, Jan. 13 (Special) - Bernard G. HUTCHINSON, 55, died at his home here Saturday evening. He is survived by his wife, two sons, three daughters and a grandchild. The funeral service will be conducted at the Level Green church Monday at 2 p.m. Interment will be in the Williams cemetery in Craig county.


CURRY P. HUTCHINSON

Blacksburg - Curry P. HUTCHINSON, 66, a local merchant, died Thursday at his home. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Dainty B. HUTCHINSON; two brothers, M. A. HUTCHINSON, Richmond, John C. HUTCHINSON, Blacksburg; one sister, Mrs. Robert BRUCE, Radford. Funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Blacksburg Methodist Church by Dr. A. E. SHELTON, the Rev. Orlo KRETLOW. Burial will be in Westview Cemetery. The body is at the Jones Funeral Home. (Written on this: May 10th 62)


ELLIS F. HALE SR.

Blacksburg - Ellis Franklin HALE Sr., 79, died May 9 at his home. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Florence K. HALE, Blacksburg; two sons, E. Franklin HALE Jr. and Jack HALE, both of Blacksburg; a brother, Fielding HALE, Lynchburg; two half sisters, Mrs. Maude HICKS and Mrs. Bernice HOOVER, Quarry. The funeral was held Thursday, May 11, at 2 p.m., in the Westview Cemetery. The Rev. Charles S. KING, pastor of the church, conducted the services. The Hoy Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.


MRS. MAGGIE M. HALL

Blacksburg, June 17 - Mrs. Maggie Mickie HALL, 76, died Wednesday evening at her home here. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth E. DOSS, Blacksbug; four sons, Dave EFFINGER, Epson EFFINGER, Howard EFFINGER, Jack EFFINGER, all of Blacksburg; five sisters, Mrs. W. M. CRUMPACKER, Blacksburg; Mrs. B. P. LINKOUS, Scottsville, Mrs. Sally SHIMLES, Tomahawk, Wis.; Mrs. Ruth HURST and Mrs. Kate LUMPKINS, both of Roanoke; three brothers, john PREFATER, Sam PREFATER, Claude PREFATER, all of Roanoke; her stepmother, Mrs. Rosie PREFATER of Roanoke and nine grandchildren. Funeral will be held Friday, at 2 p.m. in the P. D. Oakey Funeral Home. Burial will be in Westview Cemetery.


HUGH L. HAWKINS

Blacksburg - Hugh L. HAWKINS, 88, died Friday in a Roanoke hospital. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. A. B. KNUDSEN, Norfolk, Mrs. Clara LAPPIN, New York City, Mrs. R. C. MOORE, Blacksburg, Mrs. D. P. JAMES, Petersburg, Mrs. C. E. CLEAR, Richmond; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Barbara Ann FRAZIER, Newport News, three sons, Howard HAWKINS, New Hope, Hugh M. HAWKINS, New Market, Fred HAWKINS, Ringold. The funeral will be at 3 p.m. Sunday at Jones Funeral Chapel with burial in Westview Cemetery. (Written on this: April 19th 68)


MRS. NANNIE PRICE HAWKINS

Blacksburg - Mrs. Nannie PRICE HAWKINS died July 22 at her home here. A native of Montgomery County, she was the wife of Hugh L. HAWKINS to whom she had been married 65 years on May 30, 1965. For many years Mrs. HAWKINS was the correspondent in the Glade Community, where she resided, for the Montgomery News Messenger. Surviving are her husband, H. L. HAWKINS; six daughters, Mrs. A. B. KNUDSEN, Norfolk; Mrs. Clara LAPPIN, New York City; Mrs. Robert C. MOORE, Blacksburg; Mrs. David P. JAMES, Petersburg; Mrs. Charles E. CLEAR, Richmond; Mrs. Barbara H. FRASIER, Newport News; three sons, Howard A. HAWKINS, New Hope; Hugh M. HAWKINS, New Market; Fred T. HAWKINS, Ringgold; a sister, Mrs. Edgar L. HAWKINS, Sr., Blacksburg; two brothers, Alex PRICE, Blacksburg, Frank PRICE, Akron, Ohio; 21 grandchildren and 18 great- grandchildren. Funeral services were held July 24, at 3 p.m., in Jones Funeral Chapel with burial in Westview Cemetery. The Rev. Richard M. UMBERGER, of St. Peter Lutheran Church, Glade Community, conducted the services, assisted by the Rev. Mahlon H. ELLIOTT, pastor of the Blacksburg Methodist Church. Pallbearers were Mrs. Hawkins' grandsons, Tommy HAWKINS, Jimmy HAWKINS, Danny HAWKINS, David JAMES, Byron JAMES, and Noble MOORE.


ALONZOE W. HELMS

Blacksburg - Alonzoe W. HELMS, 71, died at his home in St. Louis Monday. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Marie HELMS; a daughter, Mrs. Francis Lee HELMS, both of St. Louis; three sisters, Mrs. Gideon TIMBERLAKE and Mrs. Aubrey NOTTINGHAM, both of Spartanburg, S.C.; Mrs. Minnie WALTERS, Baltimore; two brothers, Guy HELMS, Pearisburg; Dr. S. T. HELMS, Baltimore. The body will be sent to Givens Funeral Home in Pearisburg, where it will remain until Saturday morning. There will be a Masonic graveside service Saturday at 2 p.m. at West View Cemetery in Blacksburg.


HOWARD G. HELMS

Howard Grant HELMS, 69, died Monday in a Roanoke hospital. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Virginia STRICKLER HELMS; three daughters, Mrs. Helen COMPTON and Mrs. Ruth PAYNE, both of Blacksburg, and Miss Martha HELMS, Richmond; a son, Harley E. HELMS, Blacksburg; seven sisters, Mrs. F. E. CHARLTON, Mrs. A. L. DOBBINS, Mrs. J. W. STRICKLER, Sr., Mrs. S. W. STRICKLER, all of Blacksburg; Mrs. Ed BISHOP, Christiansburg; Mrs. Henry TURNER and Mrs. Dennis EPPERLY, Roanoke, four grandchildren. Funeral was Wednesday at the Blacksburg Christian Church. Burial was in Westview Cemetery.


MISS LILLIAN J. HELMS

Blacksburg, Dec. 5 - Miss Lillian J. HELMS, 65, died in a Lynchburg hospital Wednesday night. Surviving are three brothers, Guy HELMS, Pearisburg; A. W. HELMS, St. Louis, Mo.; Dr. S. T. HELMS, Baltimore; three sisters, Mrs. Sallie TIMBERLAKE, Spartanburg, S.C.; Mrs. Mary Lee NOTTINGHAM, Cape Charles; Mrs. Minnie WATERS, Baltimore. Funeral will be at P. D. Oakey Funeral Home Sunday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in West View Cemetery.


JOHN W. HENDERSON

John Wallace HENDERSON, 62, died suddenly Wednesday evening, January 17, at his home on Main street, Blacksburg. He is survived by his wife, Willa SLUSSER HENDERSON; one son, Joe HENDERSON; one daughter, Miss Martha HENDERSON; one brother, Robert E. HENDERSON; three sisters, Mrs. Edwin PRICE, Mrs. Harry BENNETT, and Mrs. John MEADOWS. Funeral services were conducted from Whisner Memorial Methodist church Friday, January 19 at 2:00 o'clock, interment was in Westview cemetery.

MICHAEL V. HENDERSON

Blacksburg - Funeral for Michael Vernon HENDERSON, 15, who was killed Wednesday in a hunting accident, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Luster's Gate Union church, with burial in Westview Cemetery, Blacksburg. The body is at the Hoy Funeral Home. (Written on this: Nov 3 1965)


ROBERT E. HENDERSON

Blacksburg - Robert Ervin HENDERSON, 74, died Wednesday night en route to a Roanoke hospital. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Reta HENDERSON; a sister, Mrs. Ada MEADOWS, Blacksburg. Funeral will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the Hoy Funeral Home, with burial in Westview Cemetery.. (Written on this: Nov 3 1965)


NASH HENDERSON

Blacksburg, March 12 (Special) - Nash HENDERSON, 86, member of a family identified with the history of Montgomery county from early times, died at 4 p.m. today at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. A. MEADOWS, about three miles from Blacksburg. Funeral services will be held at the MEADOWS home at 11 a.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in the family cemetery in Roanoke Valley. Surviving are his wife, and the following children: Mrs. Edwin PRICE, Mrs. Henry BENNETT, Wallace and Robert E. HENDERSON, all of Montgomery county; and one brother, Croswell H. HENDERSON. Mr. HENDERSON was widely related in Montgomery and adjoining counties.


MRS. NASH HENDERSON

Blacksburg, Jan. 6 (Special) - Mrs. Nash HENDERSON, 83, a life-long resident of Montgomery county, and widely connected throughout this section of the state, died Wednesday morning at the family home three miles from Blacksburg. She is survived by several sons and daughters. The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Roanoke Valley Presbyterian church. Burial will be in a nearby cemetery. The body will remain at Richardson's funeral home in Christiansburg until 10 a.m. Friday.


ELGIN B. HOWERY

Floyd, Oct. 23 (Special) - Cpt. Elgin B. HOWERY, 40, died suddenly early this morning at the home of his sister, Miss Virginia HOWERY in Blacksburg. He was the son of Emmett HOWERY of Floyd, and the late Mrs. HOWERY. Cpt. HOWERY was honorably discharged last month after two years of service overseas. He is survived by his sister and six brothers, all of whom have had overseas service. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 o'clock p.m. from the Camp Creek Methodist church, with interment in the church burial grounds.


ANAH PHARR HUFFMAN

New Castle - Anah Pharr HUFFMAN, 78, died Saturday in a Roanoke hospital. Surviving are his wife, Annie DUNBAR HUFFMAN; a daughter, Mrs. Bertie Ann MILLS, Martinsville; a son, Alan HUFFMAN, at Home; a brother, Giles E. HUFFMAN, New Castle. The funeral will be Monday at 2 p.m. at Forks of John's Creek Church with burial in the HUFFMAN family cemetery. Arrangements are being made by Boitnott Funeral Home. (Written on this: Feb 25 67)


DR. F. B. HUFFMAN

Dr. F. B. HUFFMAN, 61, died suddenly Tuesday at his home in Blacksburg. He is survived by his wife, three daughters, two brothers and two sisters. Dr. HUFFMAN was educated at the Medical college of Virginia and Maryland Medical college, beginning his practice at Sinking Creek in 1909. He then moved to Price's Fork and later to Newport, coming to Blacksburg in 1920, where he had practiced ever since. Services will be held at Blacksburg Christian church, of which he was a member, Thursday, the time to be announced. Interment will be in the HUFFMAN cemetery in Craig county.


MRS. HESTER A. HUNTER

Blacksburg, Jan. 21 - Mrs. Hester Ann HUNTER, 90, died at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Mollie STEVERS, here Monday night. Also surviving are another daughter, Mrs. Dale ODHAM, Blacksburg; three sons, Elsie, Harry HUNTER, both of Blacksburg; William HUNTER; 19 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Blacksburg Wesleyan Methodist Church. Burial will be in West View Cemetery. The body will be at P. D. Oakey Funeral Home until 1 p.m. Wednesday. (Written on this: 1958 Monday)


MRS. ROSA LEE HUNTER

Blacksburg, May 22 (Special) - Mrs. Rosa Lee HUNTER, 67, died here this morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edgar MARTIN. The funeral will be held at the home Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Burial will be in Pleasant View cemetery.


BERNARD G. HUTCHINSON

Blacksburg, Jan. 13 (Special) - Bernard G. HUTCHINSON, 55, died at his home here Saturday evening. He is survived by his wife, two sons, three daughters and a grandchild. The funeral service will be conducted at the Level Green church Monday at 2 p.m. Interment will be in the Williams cemetery in Craig county.


CURRY P. HUTCHINSON

Blacksburg - Curry P. HUTCHINSON, 66, a local merchant, died Thursday at his home. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Dainty B. HUTCHINSON; two brothers, M. A. HUTCHINSON, Richmond, John C. HUTCHINSON, Blacksburg; one sister, Mrs. Robert BRUCE, Radford. Funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Blacksburg Methodist Church by Dr. A. E. SHELTON, the Rev. Orlo KRETLOW. Burial will be in Westview Cemetery. The body is at the Jones Funeral Home. (Written on this: May 10th 62)


FRANK L. McCOY

Blacksburg, Aug. 21 - Frank L. McCOY, 72, died this morning at his home in Blacksburg. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Fannie SNODGRASS McCOY, Blacksburg; one son, Leon McCOY, Blacksburg; two daughters, Mrs. P. M. CARPER, Timberville, and Mrs. Sam P. CONRAD, Harrisonburg; two sisters, Mrs. G. S. ALBERT and Mrs. J. W. SIFFORD, both of McCOY; one brother, G. S. McCOY, of McCOY; and three grandchildren. Funeral will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. at the Oakey Funeral Home here. Burial will be in Westview Cemetery.


HARRY M. McCOY

Blacksburg, June 12 (Special) - Harry M. McCOY, of Blacksburg, died this afternoon at a Christiansburg hospital. Among the survivors is a sister, Mrs. F. R. PORTER, Jr., of Roanoke. (Part of an article on the back: "The United States has paid with the loss of the Lexington and by heavy damage to another carrier off Midway. These represent a third of the large Americal naval carriers in service at the start. The obsolete Langley, lost near Java, was a tender…")


HARRY M. McCOY

Blacksburg, June 13 (Special) - Harry M. McCOY, 28, of Blacksburg, died in the Christiansburg hospital last evening. The funeral services will be held at the P. D. Oakey Funeral Home here Sunday at 4 p.m. and interment will be in Westview cemetery. Surviving are two sisters, including Mrs. Rodney PORTER of Roanoke, and a brother.


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