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 - the W. Guy Chelton MARION STATION - W. Guy...
the W. Guy Chelton MARION STATION - W. Guy Chelton, 70, a prominent Somerset farmer, broiler grower and livestock raiser here, died today. Mr. Chelton, who had been of; in ill health since July, died in his home in the Ouindocoua funeral section of Marion Station Born near Marion Station, his late parents were W. S. and Emma Thomas Chelton. He was a member of the Quindocqua Methodist Church, a 32nd degree Mason, holding membership in the Chesapeake Lodge No. 147, AF & AM of Crisfield. Mr. Chelton was a Shriner, a member of the Boumi Temple of Baltimore and the Tall Cedars of Lebanon. Among Mr. Chelton's com munity activities, he was a di rector of the Bank of Somerset at Princess Anne, and for 17 years, he was chairman of the Somerset County Soil Conservation Committee. , ed as S HIS SURVIVORS include his widow. Mrs. Georgia Taylor Chelton of Marion Station: three sons. Davis L., William T. and Douglas, all of Marion Station; a grandson, Kevin Guy Chelton of Marion Station; and four sisters. Mrs. Glenn Givens of Newport News, Mrs. Beulah Johnson of Marion Station, Mrs. Drunell Avres of Norfolk, and Mrs. Glenmore Shelton of War wick, Va. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Quin docqua Methodist Church, con ducted by the pastor, the Rev. A. T. McFarland. and the Rev. Arthur L. Hastings, of Salis bury, a former pastor here. In terment will be m St. Paul's Cemeterv, Marion Station. Friends mav call at the Brad- shaw and Sons Funeral Home, Crisfield. tomorrow after 7 p.m., and at the church Thursdav, one hour prior to service time. Masonic rites will be held Thursdav, followirg services. The family sucgesls that as a tnoute to the memorv or the deceased that contributions ibv mav be made to the a process-A call The was by doc qua Methodist provement Fund. Church Im- Funeral in 11, a ated A and Quin- Earl. and

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  1. The Daily Times,
  2. 14 Jan 1964, Tue,
  3. Page 4

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