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OBITUARIES

Charlene Miller Chadwick

Services for Charlene Miller Chadwick of Magnolia were 11 a.m.,Wednesday, Aug. 30, at Emmanuel Baptist Church with burial inMagnolia Cemetery. Catchings Funeral Home was in charge ofarrangements.

Mrs. Chadwick, 53, died Aug. 28, 2000, of heart failure at herresidence. She was born in McComb on May 23, 1947, to D. W. Millerand Alvie Newman Miller.

She was a homemaker. She was a member of Emmanuel BaptistChurch. She was a member of the Eastern Star.

Preceding her in death were her parents, and her sister, JaniceM. Varnado.

Survivors are her husband, Charles D. Chadwick of Magnolia; hersons, George D. Chadwick and Chad E. Chadwick, both of McComb, andAl D. Roberts and Timothy P. Roberts, both of Brookhaven; herdaughter, Carmen A. Roberts of Magnolia; her brothers, Charles W.Miller of Magnolia and Joe Howell of Mize; her sisters, Barbara M.Ratliff of Clinton and Sue A. Busby of Summit; and fourgrandchildren.

Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or theAmerican Heart Association.

Sara Herring Hobbs

Memorial services for Sara Herring Hobbs of Brookhaven are 4p.m., Friday, Sept. 1, at Harrigill Funeral Home Chapel. A privateburial will be held at Rose Hill Cemetery.

Visitation is Friday, Sept. 1, from 3-4 p.m. at HarrigillFuneral Home.

Mrs. Hobbs, 99, died Aug. 26, 2000, at Silver Cross NursingHome. She was born in Floyd, La., on July 4, 1901, to James D.Herring and Sallie King Herring. She was a graduate of WestmorelandSchool in San Antonio, where she was awarded the scholarship medal.She studied violin at the Bush Conservatory in Chicago andgraduated from Whitworth College.

She was a homemaker. In Jackson, she was a member of theMcDowell Music Club and played the violin with a small orchestraunder the direction of the late Professor Robert Pitard. InBrookhaven, she was a member of the Climbers Club and the Maids andMatrons. She served on the board of the Brookhaven King’s DaughtersAssociation and was on its planning committee when the old hospitalwas transformed into the Silver Cross Home.

Preceding her in death were her parents; her husband, Henry WareHobbs; and her son, Henry Ware Hobbs Jr.

Survivors are her daughter, Ann Hobbs Franks of Jackson; hergrandchildren, Susan Neal Maynard of Chapel Hill, N.C., Van Hobbsof Madison, Allan Hobbs of Columbia, S.C., Marcie Farnsworth ofOrlando, Fla., Lyle Hobbs of Brookhaven, Russell Hobbs ofHattiesburg, and Sara Hope Franks of Washington, D.C.; and 16great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.

Memorials may be made to the Brookhaven Trust, P.O. Box 134,Brookhaven, MS 39602, or to a favorite charity.

Terris Dean “Frog” Wallace

Services for Terris Dean “Frog” Wallace of Jayess are 10 a.m.,Thursday, Aug. 31, at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel with burial inWallace Cemetery in Jayess.

Visitation is Wednesday, Aug. 30, from 5-9 p.m. at WilsonFuneral Home.

Mr. Wallace, 60, died Aug. 28, 2000, at his residence. He wasborn in Lawrence County on July 26, 1940, to R. D. and InezWallace.

He was self-employed in the antique business. He was a member ofTilton United Methodist Church. He was a member of the Masons,Jayess Lodge.

Preceding him in death were his parents.

Survivors are his son, Bradley Wallace of Jayess; his daughter,Pam Case of Monticello; his brother, John Henry Wallace of Tickfaw,La.; his sisters, Laura Holmes and Mae Boyd, both of Jayess, andRose Myers of Brookhaven; his fiancee, Betty Jean Coon of Jayess;and two grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews.