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7 Sherman Avenue
Corinth , NY 12822
(518) 654-9285
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Artist Mahaffey White embraced spirit of adventure

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Mt. Everest, but to embrace adventure in everyday life -- new people, new ideas, new ways to see things. Not just her excellent artist's visual eye, but from her soul's eyes." Mrs. White was born in Corinth, Miss., and moved with her family in 1913 to Memphis, where she developed her interest in art at Lenox School. She graduated from Central High School and attended the Art Institute of Chicago. In 1938, while living in New York, Mrs. White married organist Richard T. White, who was raised in Memphis and moved to New York to study. They were married 71 years and had two sons. In 1950, the family returned to Memphis and Mrs. White became active in local efforts to improve public education and equality. She was a founder of the Memphis Better Schools Committee. When she was 52, Mrs. White returned to college full time at the Memphis Art Academy, received a master's degree from the University of Memphis and eventually became associate professor of art at Shelby State (now Southwest Tennessee Community College). After jewelry making, fashion designing, print makin... (The Commercial Appeal)

William Duell, Puckish Character Actor, Dies at 88

Thu, Jan 5, 2012
The second time he’d get a huge laugh. The third time, he’d just hold up his fingers — and it brought the house down.” George William Duell was born on Aug. 30, 1923, in Corinth, N.Y., and named for his father, George Leon Duell, who worked for the International Paper Company. His mother, the former Eliza Janet Harrington, with whom William spent a good deal of his life — he lived with her until her death in 2001 — decided at some point that she didn’t like her son’s first name and legally changed it to Darwin. Mr. Duell never used it. He attended Green Mountain College in Vermont, where he began acting, playing his first role, a detective, in “Arsenic and Old Lace.” Mr. Duell was a Navy medic during World War II, serving stateside. He finished his undergraduate career at Illinois Wesleyan University and earned a master’s degree from Yale Drama School. One classmate there, Paul Newman, helped him get a role as a pool player in the 1961 film “The Hustler,” in which Newman starred. During the 1950s, Mr. Duell appeared on many live broadcasts of television dramas. His last Broadway appearance was in a revival of “The Man Who Came to Dinner,” starring Mr. Lane, in 2000. Mr. Duell met Ms. Barto when they were both in the cast of “Hamlet” at the Public Theater, a 1988 production that starred Kevin Kline. Mr. Duell was Gravedigger No. 2; Ms. Barto was in the play within the play. Their marriage, in 2004, was not publicized, and not well known even among their friends. She is his only survivor. (New York Times)


Thu, Oct 27, 2011
Image More... 2 Corinthian 4:8-9 'We are pressed on every side by troubles, but we are not crushed. We are perplexed, but not driven to despair. We are hunted down, but never abandoned by God. We get knocked down, but we are not destroyed.' Ed asked why he had to leave this life so early and we believe it is because he has completed the work he was to accomplish and that his Lord is pleased. John 3: 21 'But he wh... (Duluth News Tribune)

Derrill M. Alexander () - The Augusta Chronicle

Tue, Sep 20, 2011
Mrs. Hazel A. Kirkland, Lincolnton, Ga. 4 p.m., Loco Baptist Church. Mrs. Ann Saggus, Washington, Ga., 4 p.m., Rehoboth Baptist Church Cemetery. Mr. Lamar T. Sheppard, Wrightsville, Ga., 10 a.m., Corinth United Methodist Church Cemetery. Mr. Mac Arthur Smith, Norcross, Ga., 1 p.m., B.A. Williams Memorial Chapel. Burial in Mt. Olive Memorial Garden. Mrs. Vera P. Williams, Millen, Ga., 11 a.m., Oak Hill Baptist Church Cemetery. OBITUARY PLACEMENT INFORMATION Call 706-823-3351 to place an obituary. The obituary line is staffed Monday-Friday 12 pm-5 pm Saturday and Sunday 2 pm-5 pm. You may fax 706-823-3588 or email an obituary notice at any time. There is no charge for the first 12 lines of an obituary the first day it appears in the newspaper. Additional lines may be purchased. Obituaries are submitted by the funeral homes and may be edited for style and policy. Your funeral home can assist you with the details. The deadline for the next day's publication is 5 pm. The deadline on Holidays is 4 pm for the next day's publication. Please call 706-823-3351 for additional information. OBITUARIES ONLINE The Obituaries are now online at, The Augusta Chronicle Online, . The day's listing can be viewed and past obituaries can be searched.

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