Belmont County, Ohio
Genealogy and History

 



Obituaries


Submitted by Cheryl Skinner unless otherwise noted.


Sadlowski, Rose A.
: Rose A. Sadlowski, 75, National Road , Belmont, died Saturday, Feb 1, 1997 at her home. She was born Oct 5, 1921 in Warnock, a daughter of the late Frank and Pauline Fedor Fador. She was a former employee of Belmont Habilitation Center at St. Clairsville, a poll worker for the Belmont County Board of Elections, a member of Warnock Community Church at Warnock, where she served as a deacon and Glencoe Senior Citizens. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husbands, David Norris and Ed Sadlowski; a brother, Andy Fador; a sister, Ann Gretchen. Surviving are five sons, Howard Norris of Troy, Jerry Norris, Alan Norris and Dick Sadlowski, all of St. Clairsville and Bob Sadlowski of Martins Ferry; three daughters, Gloria Holland of Sesser IL., Marsha Lenevich of Belmont, and Linda Spano of Benton, IL.; three brothers, Franbk Fador of St. Clairsville, John Fador of Tipp City and Eugene Fador of Montgomery, Ala.; a sister, Elizabeth Black of Columbia Station; 13 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Friends will be received at Toothman Funeral Home, St. Clairsville, Monday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and Tuesday from 9 a.m. until time of services at 11 a.m., with the Revs. Mark Carpino and Rodney West officiating. Burial follows in Warnock Cemetery, Warnock. Memorial contributions may be made to Warnock Community Church or Valley Hospice. [Times Leader]

Saffell, Clarence: Clarence William Saffell, 83, of National Road, Belmont, died Monday in Star Nursing Home, Morristown. He was born July 26, 1906 in Glencoe, a son of the late Addison and Ottie Lendon Saffell. He was a retired farmer and a Protestant. He was a member of the Stumptown Steam Threshers. He was preceded in death by three brothers; one sister. Surviving are his wife, Alice Saffell; two sons, Clarence of Belmont and John of St. Clairsville; three daughters, Lois Bugay of Flushing, Mrs. Fred VanDyne of Belmont and Mrs. John Fraley of Johnstown; a brother, Joseph of Uhrichsville; 10 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, Wednesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. where services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday with Rev. Wayne Ickes officiating. Burial follows in Morristown Union Cemetery. [Times Leader, 22 Oct 1989]

Sampsell, Mrs. Susan Etta : Mrs. Susan Etta Sampsell, 68, Sunday at the home of her daughter Mrs. T. E. Drake, of 117 S. Collett St. She had been ill for one week. Mrs. Sampsell was born in Columbiana County Ohio, November 12, 1855. In addition to the daughter at whose home she died, she is survived by two sons Warren A. and Samuel SAMPSELL, both of Indianapolis. The body was accompanied to Indianapolis Monday morning where funeral services and burial will take place.

Savarese, Mary L: Mary L SAVARESE,., of St. Clairsville, Ohio, died Monday, June 30, 2008, in Cumberland Point Nursing Home, St. Clairsville.She was born in Wellsville, Ohio, a daughter of the late Salvatore "Sam" and Dominica Farraro D'Angelo.Mary was a former member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, St. Clairsville. In addition to her parents, Mary was preceded in death by her husband, Bert F. Savarese, Sr. in 1998; her son, Bert Savarese, Jr.; three infant daughters; her brothers, Sam, Joe, Lou, Cosmo and Russell D'Angelo, Sr.; and an infant sister. Surviving are two daughters, Mary (Donald L. Sr.) Yeager, St. Clairsville and Marj Garrison, Westerville, Ohio; her grandsons, John D. Garrison, Westerville and Donald L. Jr. (Christy) Yeager, St. Clairsville; a great-granddaughter, Isabella Dawn Yeager, St. Clairsville; two brothers, Anthony and Dominic D'Angelo of Wellsville; her sister-in-law and close friend, Alberta D'Angelo, St. Clairsville; and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends will be received 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at the Beck-Altmeyer Funeral Home and Crematory, St. Clairsville, where funeral services will be held Thursday at 10 a.m. with Fr. Frederick Kihm officiating.Burial will follow in Union Cemetery, St. Clairsville. [Times Leader, 01 Jul 2008]

Scharf, Mrs. Edward P. : It is sad to have to record the death of this admirable young woman, the wife of Rev. Edward P. Scharf, our pastor at North Baltimore, Ohio. She died April 8, at North Baltimore, at the age of 33 years 10 months and 21 days. She was born in Tuscarawas County in what is known as the Stone Creek valley, where her body was also buried in the cemetery by the side of the country church where she was catechized and confirmed and worked so faithfully. Here she took her confirmation vows on April 10, 1898. She was a student at Wooster University for some years, where she not only proved herself a faithful and talented collegian, but also very active in local church work. Afterward she became and art teacher at Wittenberg College, where she was known by her maiden name, Edith Ellwood and where she became endeared to all who knew her. Besides her professional work, she was active in the YWCA work of the college, the life of the Fourth Lutheran church, and a consecrated worker at one of the missions of the city of Springfield. A gloom has spread over our entire college and church community on account of her unexpected death. Her husband, who is a graduate of the college and seminary, has the deepest and sincerest sympathy of all. It was a little less than a year ago, June 18, 1913, that Mr. Scharf and Miss Ellwood stood at the altar of Emanuel's Church, New Philadelphia, Ohio, and were united in marriage by the pastor, Rev. W. F. Rangeler. She made and excellent pastor's wife, and was most consecrated to the church of which her husband is the pastor. The people of the church are all but inconsolable. Yet a beautiful faith sustains them. She is survived by her mother, four sisters, five brothers and a little son who was but one day old when his mother's life went out. This little one she consecrated to the gospel ministry, with the prayer that, God willing, he might become a foreign missionary to the news of salvation.

Schleppi, Deborah Jo: Deborah Jo Schleppi, 45, Main Street Morristown, died Saturday, Dec 13, 1997 in Ohio Valley Medical Center, Wheeling WV. She was born March 1, 1952 in Wheeling, daughter of Anna Yoho of Bethesda and the late Anthony Frakowski. The owner and operator of the 40 Deli and the Schlepp's Restaurant in Morristown, she also was owner and operator of Dale Schleppi Trucking Inc. at Morristown; a Protestant and a member of St. Clairsville Eagles Auxiliary 2541. In addition to her father, she was preceded in death by a step mother, Loretta Heskett Frakowski and a step father, Thomas Yoho. Surviving in addition to her mother of Bethesda, are her husband Dale Schleppi of Morristown; a son, Neal Ryan Schleppi of Morristown; three brothers, Anthony G. Frakowski of Gastonia, NC., Kevin and Brian Frakowski, both of St. Clairsville and two sisters, Cathy Showalter of Bethesda and Patricia Summers of Belmont. Friends will be received at the Toothman Funeral Home, St. Clairsville, 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, where services will be Thursday at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Jerry Wenger officiating. Burial follows in Union Cemetery, St. Clairsville. [Times Leader]

Schneider
An eleven-year-old son of Anthony Schneider, of the First ward, died at 2 o'clock this morning from pneumonia. He is one of the boys that went into the river the day before Christmas on a wager, from the effects of which he never recovered. The funeral will take place on Sunday, of which notice will be given in to-morrow's paper. [The Evening Times, Martins Ferry, Ohio - Jan 22, 1892, from: Microfilm edition, Ohio Historical Society, Roll #22847 - Sub. by Nancy S. Edwards]

Schneider, Mrs. Jacob : Mrs. Wilhelmine Schneider, 87, widow of Jacob Schneider, died Sunday at 6 p.m. at Westlake Hospital in Melrose Park, IL., following an extended illness. Born March 23, 1873 in Lowell, she was a daughter of the late Henry and Margaret Doebereiner Metze. She married Jacob Schneider of Noble County in March 1897. He died Sep 13, 1956. She was a member of Lowell Christian Church, Lowell Order of the Eastern Star, 272 and Lowell Grange, 2475. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Clara Reeves of Columbiana; Mrs. Florence Loggie of Maywood, IL.; three grandchildren, Dr. Paul Reeves of Scottsville, NY., Dr. Robert Reeves of Oak Harbor, OH., Joseph Reeves of Columbus; seven great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2:30 at the Peoples Funeral Home in Lowell with the Rev. George S. Koch in Charge. Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery. Easter Star services will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. and Grange services Tuesday at 8:30. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Tuesday. [24 Apr 1960]

Schug, Robert A.: Robert A. Schug, dear husband of Ida, nee Baro, loving father of Robert J., James (Patricia) and Sandra; son of the late Adam and Dorothy (nee Falkenberg); brother of Howard Schug and Dorothy Palonis. Funeral service on Friday, Nov. 4 at Drumm Funeral home, South Holland IL. Internment Holy Sepulchre. Member of Roseland Post No. 49 A.L. lifetime member of Greater Pullman Post No. 2240 VFW and lifetime member of Tornados AC. Visitation at Doty-Panozzo Funeral Home.

Scott, Cyrus : Cyrus Scott, 84, one of Noble County's well known and influential citizens, passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Daisy Beckett, in Springfield, Saturday morning. Mr. Scott better known as "Cy", succumbed after an illness of four weeks, which developed into intestinal flu and typhoid fever. He was taken ill at the Finley apartments on Main Street, where he had made his home for a number of years later being moved to the home of his daughter. The deceased was the son of John and Marion Thompson Scott and was born and resided for a number of years on a farm near Hiramsburg. He married three times, his first wife, Margaret Moore, preceding him i death a number of years ago. To this union were born three children, one of who died in infancy, one daughter, Mrs. Daisy Beckett of Springfield and one son, Ernest Scott of Warren. He was later married to Mary Ellen McDonald of McConnelsville, who died some years ago after which he exchanged marriage vows with Mrs. Georgia Cottell of Marietta, who survives, in addition to three brothers, Charles E. Scott of Colorado, H. F. Scott of Athens and Wilber Scott of Columbus. He was a devoted member of the local Presbyterian Church and held in high esteem by all with whom he came in contact. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Presbyterian Church at Cumberland. Burial was made in the Church Cemetery beside his first wife and infant daughter. [Journal, 13 Sep 1934 pg. 4]

Scott, Mabel B.: Mabel B. Scott, 64, Bethesda Meadows, Bethesda, died early Monday morning, June 14, 1982 at Barnesville Hospital. She was born Sept 29, 1917 at Freeport, a daughter of the late Thomas and Genetta Van Fossen Rowland. She was a retired employee of Barnesville Manufacturing and a Methodist by faith. Surviving are one son, Ronald Scott, Barnesville; one sister, Mrs. Walter (Anna) Tracy of Bethesda, and a granddaughter. Services were conducted Wednesday from the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, with the Rev. Robert Merritt officiating. Burial was made in Ebenezer Cemetery, Bethesda. [17 Jun 1982]

Scott, Mrs. Mina May : Funeral services for Mrs. Mina May Scott, 60, wife of William J. Scott of Devin St. who died at her home Saturday night following a cerebral hemorrhage will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3:oo from the Bateman Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Williams Cemetery, West Pike, in charge of the William Thompson & Son Funeral Home, White Cottage. Mrs. Scott was a lifelong resident of Muskingum County. Surviving besides the husband are two sons, Stanley of the home, and Ray Scott of Columbia St., a sister Miss Lillie Lewis of Adams Mills; three brothers E. E. Lewis of Cleveland and M. L. Lewis and Alton Lewis of Columbus and two grandchildren. The body will be brought from the Thompson & Son Funeral Home Monday morning to the home of the son, Ray and will be taken to the Bateman Chapel Tuesday morning. [Times Recorder, 12 Apr 1943 pg. 7]

Scott, Russell B.: Russell B. Scott, 70, New Cumberland, Ohio retired painter, died Sunday, January 3, following a long illness. Surviving are his widow, Mary Benson Scott; two sons and one daughter, John Gerber of Dover, Park Scott in California and Jean Scott of the home. Services were held at the Gordon-Funeral Home, Mineral City, with burial in New Cumberland Cemetery. [Times Leader, 10 Jan 1972 pg. 2]

Seabright (Infant)
The funeral of the eight-weeks'-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seabright took place at two o'clock yesterday afternoon from their home in the Standard addition, Rev. Doepken conducting the services. Interment at Riverview.
[Note: The death announcement in the Sept. 24th edition of The Evening Times reported "............. the other eight-months'-old twin baby of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seabright .................."]
[The Evening Times, Martins Ferry, Ohio - Monday, September 26, 1892, Microfilm edition, Ohio Historical Society, Roll #22848 - Sub. by Nancy Edwards]


Sealover, Mrs. Orpha B. : Funeral services for Mrs. Orpha B. Sealover, 63, of Eighth St.., wife of Dr. W. F Sealover, prominent Zanesville physician who died Monday morning at 5:25 at her home following a long illness, will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 at the late residence. Dr. Earle M. Ellsworth, Pastor of Grace Methodist Church, of which she was a lifelong member will officiate and she will be laid to rest in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Sealover spent her entire life in this city and was well known. Besides her husband she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Ruth E. Ball of the home and two granddaughters, the Misses Carma Lee and Charmion Ball. The body will be removed to the home this morning from the Dean Funeral Home. [Times Recorder, 22 Oct 1940]

Secrest, Eva: Eva Secrest, 96, formerly of Belmont, died Thursday, October 22, 1987 at Guernsey Memorial Hospital. She was born July 5, 1891 in Cameron, a daughter of the late Samuel and Mary Ellen Palmer Boughner. A member of Belmont Church of Christ, she was preceded in death by a son, Roger. Surviving are a son, Warren Secrest of Jensen Beach, FL., a grandson, Larry of Tipp City, and a great-granddaughter, Holly. Graveside services were held Saturday at the convenience of the family in Belmont Cemetery. Brother James Gallagher officiated. The Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. [Barnesville Enterprise, 28 Oct 1987 pg. 2]

Sengewalt, Ira W.: Ira W. Sengewalt, 75, Jacob St. Wheeling, brother of Harry L. Sengewalt of Martins Ferry, died Saturday afternoon at Wheeling Hospital. He was born in Wheeling, March 4, 1896, son of the late John F. and Orphelina Ashton Sengewalt. He was a member of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, the Holy Name Society of the church, a veteran of World War I, a retired employee of the LaBelle plant of Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp. Surviving are his widow, Mary Gallagher Sengewalt; five sons, Ralph L. and James N., both of Warwood, Robert E., Wheeling, John F. of Huntington, WV. and Lawrence E. Twinsburg, Ohio; four daughters, Mrs. Raymond Copper and Mrs. Gerald Werner, both of Wheeling, Mrs. William H. Bentz of Warwood and Mrs. Charles G. Blake of Elm Grove; 43 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Friends are being received at the Kepner Funeral Home, Wheeling, where brief services will be held Wednesday at 9:30 p.m. followed by a Mass of Participation at the church of the Immaculate Conception at 10 a.m. with Rev. Joseph Bell officiating. Burial in Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Wheeling. Rosary devotions Tuesday night at 7:30 at the funeral home. [Times Leader, 10 Jan 1972 pg. 2]

Seyfried, Lorraine Alice : Lorraine Alice Hartlage Seyfried, 65, of Portsmouth, died early today at Scioto Memorial Hospital. A Portsmouth native, she was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband, William T. Seyfried; four brothers, Bernard K. Hartlage, John Hartlage, Robert Hartlage and David Hartlage, and two sisters, Mrs. Earl (Jane) Keevil and Mrs. Arthur (Ruth) Pellegrinon, all of Portsmouth. Services are planned at 10 a.m. Saturday with the Rev. William Maroon officiating, and burial in Greenlawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the Melcher Funeral Home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Friday where recitation of the rosary is planned at 8 p.m. [Friday. 21 Jun 1984]

Shaffer, William S. : William S. Shaffer, 61, Kelton Ave. died Tuesday at home. Retired after 25 years as building superintendent for Lazarus, recently employed as salesman for Columbus Acoastical Co. Member of Humbold Lodge 476 F&AM, Scottish Rite and Aladdin Shrine, Lazarus 20 year Club and Executives Club, Columbus Maennerchor Club, Painters and Decorators Local 1275. Survived by wife, Delouris; 3 sons, John. W. of Columbus, Eugene E., Grove City and S/Sgt. James E. U.S.A.F., Elsworth, SD; 6 grandchildren; 2 brothers Halley, Columbus, Dale, Wilmington, Ohio, 3 sisters Mrs. Virginia Cherry, Miss Irene Shaffer and Mrs. Laura Hammler, all of Columbus, nieces and nephews. Friends may call at Woodyard East Chapel, 2300 E. Livingston Ave., after 7 p.m. Wednesday, where service will be 1:30 p.m. Friday. Interment Green Lawn Cemetery by O. R. Woodyard Jr. [Columbus Dispatch]

Shea, Maurice A. : Final rites for Maurice A. Shea, 60, theater chain operator, who died Saturday at Harkness Medical Pavilion in New York following a brief illness were conducted Monday morning in New York City. Burial was also in that city. M. Shea was at the helm of motion picture houses in Zanesville, other cities in Ohio and neighboring states. About eight years ago the Shea organization assumed control of the Weller theater and just early this year took over the Zanesville Theaters interests. He had been in this city on a number of business trips. At various times he was manager for Will Rogers, Elsie Janis and Vernon and Irene Castle. [Times Recorder, 22 Oct 1940]

Shell, Clara E. : Clara E. Shell, age 82, Hebron OH, Monday Heath Nursing and Convalescent Center. Survived by son, John Shell, Hebron; daughters, Mrs. Gene (Louella) Vandyke, Thornville, Mrs. Billy (Ruby) Bowers, Hebron, Mrs. Larry (Viola) Waters, Thornville; 7 grandchildren; 1 great-grandson; sisters, Mrs. John (Verna) Puffer, Hebron. Preceded in death by husband Walker R. 1977; brother sister and great-grandson. Friends may call Wednesday 6 to 9 p.m. Emerson- Newkirk-Warnehime Funeral Home Kirkersville. Funeral service and interment Lutheran Reformed Cemetery Thursday 11 a.m. Rev. Chester Sidle officiating. [Columbus Dispatch]

Shepard, Mrs. Edith: Monday, 10/24/1921 Mrs. Shephard Buried Here on Monday Funeral services for Mrs. Edith Shepherd , who died on Thursday last at the home of her son, W. H. Shephard on East Chrust Street, after much suffering from acute gastritis , were held Monday afternoon at two o'clock from the Episcopal church. Reverend Robert Lee Baird, pastor of the church officiciated. Ben Newland, Harry Brown, Roy , Earl, Edjel and Ernest Shephard acted as pall bearers, and burial was made in Oak Dale Cemetery. Note: The name was spelled wrong in the obit. It is Shepard. [Urbana Ohio Paper, 24 Oct 1921]

Shepard, Margaret: Margaret Shepard, 83, of Brown Road Bethesda, died Thursday evening August 20, 1993 at Barnesville Hospital. She was born September 4, 1909, at Fairview, WV., daughter of the late Walter and Leona Bell Barr. She was a member of Ebenezer Baptist Church, Bethesda. She along with her husband were retired cottage parents at Franklin County Children's Home for several years. Mrs. Shepard leaves her husband. Ray Shepard; two sons, Donald Shepard of Norwich and Ronald Shepard of Columbus; a daughter, Patricia Shaw of Columbus; and five grandchildren. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home. Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Ebenezer Baptist Church with Pastor Bill Hayden officiating. Burial will be in Ebenezer Cemetery. [Barnesville Enterprise, 25 Aug 1993 pg.2]

Shepherd, Bessie Mildred Hatcher Brooks: Bessie M. Hatcher Shepherd, 89, formerly of Bethesda, died Thursday January 12, 1995 in Portland Oregon. She was born June 3, 1905 in Lampsville, Ohio, a daughter of the late Thomas Jefferson Hatcher and Nancy Jane Wilson. She was a retired nurse's aid and a Methodist by faith. She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald D. Shepherd in 1977. Surviving are one son Harry Brooks of Portland Oregon, four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Services and interment will be held at a later date in Bethesda. Arrangements are being handled by the Wilhelm Funeral Home, Portland. Memorial contributions may be made to the donor's choice. [Barnesville Enterprise, 25 Jan 1995 pg. 2]

Shepherd, Donald D.: Donald D. Shepherd, 81, of Bethesda, died Saturday morning, December 10 at 4:15 at Barnesville Hospital. He was born August 22 1896, at Bethesda, a son of the late Grant and Hattie Lucas Shepherd. He was a retired automobile mechanic, a member of Bethesda United Methodist Church, World War I Barracks 3221, Loyal Order of Moose of Barnesville; Bethesda Farmers and Sportsmen's Club, Legion Post 90 of Bethesda and served with the US Army in World War I. Surviving are his wife, Bessie Hatcher Brooks Shepherd; two daughters, Mrs. Jessie Lucas of Massillon; Mrs. Helen Janoski of Bethesda; one son Donald E. Shepherd of Canton; a step-son, Harry Brooks of Portland, Oregon; nine grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren; one sister Mrs. Martha Mueller and a brother, Lowell Shepherd both of Bethesda. Friends were received at the Kelly Kemp Funeral Home Sunday and Monday, where final rites were held Tuesday, December 13 at 1 p.m. conducted by the Reverend Roger Moore. Burial was made in Ebenezer Cemetery, Bethesda. American Legion services were held Monday at 7 p.m. at the funeral home. [Barnesville Enterprise, 15 Dec 1977 pg. 2]

Sheppard, Riley : Funeral services for Riley Printess Sheppard, age 51, well known farmer of the Three Forks vicinity were held from the Bell's Church at 1:00 o'clock Saturday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Walter Brown of South Olive. Burial was made in the church cemetery by Mills and Wheeler. Mr. Sheppard passed from life shortly before noon on Thanksgiving Day at the Family home, southwest of Caldwell. Mr. Sheppard had been in a critical condition following his removal from the Bethesda Hospital in Zanesville, where he had undergone an abdominal operation three weeks ago. He was never married and live with his brother, Edgar on the farm near Three Forks. He was a member of the M. P. Church at Bell's Ridge and of the Laurel Grange in Jackson township. He was the son of the late Harrison and Clarissa Wiley. Surviving the deceased are his two brothers Edgar of the home, Ellis of near Sharon and one sister, Mrs. Mary Ginn of Ava. [The Caldwell Press, 06 Dec 1933 pg. 2]

Showalter, Pluma: Pluma Craig Showalter, 80, of Belmont, died Friday April 14, 1978 in Star Nursing Home, Morristown. She was born in Hunter, Ohio, December 18, 1897, a daughter of the late Albert (Dee) and Leona Russell Craig. She was a member of the Belmont Church of Christ. Surviving are her husband, Lloyd Showalter; one daughter, Mrs. Charles (Ruth) Wood of St. Clairsville; one son, Russell of Dover,; five grandchildren; one great grandchild and one sister, Thelma McEndree of Belmont. Friends were received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, where final rites were held Monday April 17th at 1 p.m. Brother Tom Butterfield Jr., conducted the services and burial was made in Belmont Memorial Park, St. Clairsville.

Showalter, Raymond H.: Raymond H. Showalter, 62, Cambridge died Friday July 27,1973 at Barnesville General Hospital following several months illness. A retired farmer and member of Salt Fork Baptist Church, he was born May 23, 1911 in Belmont County, a son of Henry and Florence Kirkpatrick Showalter. He was married April 12, 1930 to the former Mildred Hayes who survives. He also leaves four daughters, Mrs. Bonnie L. Fairchild and Mrs. Larry (Janet) Larrick, both of Cambridge, Mrs. Dean (Shirley) Hayes, Freeport and Mrs. Stanley (Sharlene) Grimes, Fairview; three brothers, Walter of AZ., Harry of Senecaville and Clarence of OR., six sisters, Mrs. Raymond (Zona) Starr, FL., Mrs. Roy (Ethel) McClintock, Dover, Mrs. Luther (Georgia) McClintock, Uhrichsville, Mrs. Horance (Opal) Touvell, Tippecanoe, Mrs. Bertha Shepherd, Brewster, OH., and Mrs. Harley (Mildred) Hall of CA., six grandchildren and one great granddaughter. One daughter is deceased. Friends will be received at Scott Funeral Home from 7 to 9 Saturday and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Sunday. Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at the funeral home with the Rev. Marshall Harper officiating. Burial will be in Londonderry Cemetery

Showalter, Samuel J.: Samuel J. Showalter, 64, of Barnesville, died suddenly Friday at 6 p.m. of a heart attack while unloading a truck at the rear of the Mantz Bakery, Barnesville, where he was employed.
He was born in Wetzel County, WV., on December 20, 1893, the son of Anthony Wayne Showalter and Mariah Cain. He was married to Lillie G. Armstrong on July 11,1913, who survives.
Mr. Showalter was a member of the First Christian Church of Barnesville for 49 years. Surviving in addition to his widow are one son, Victor F., of Kehlequah, OK., one grandson and one brother, Thomas, of Belmont. The body was removed to the Campbell Funeral Home were arrangement are incomplete.

Showalter, Walter F.: Walter F. Showalter, 63, formerly of Sewellsville, died at his home in Avondale AZ., on Monday, January 26, 1981. Burial was in Arizona.
He was born February 19, 1917, the son of the late Henry and Florence Showalter. He leave his wife Molly, two daughters, one son and six grandchildren, all of Arizona; and six sisters, Mrs. Opal Touvell of Byesville; Mrs. Zona Starr of For Myers, FL., Mrs. Ethel McClintock of Dover, Mrs. Georgia McClintock of Uhrichsville, Mrs. Mildred Hall of Newton and Mrs. Bertha Shepherd of Brewster; and one brother, Harry Showalter of Byesville. Two brothers, Clarence and Raymond Showalter, are deceased.

Shrede, John W.: John Wesley Shrede, 73 of Bellaire, was dead on arrival at 6:30 a.m. today at Bellaire City Hospital. Born March 29, 1892 in Pine Grove, WV., Shrede was a retired employee of the Steubenville plant of Wheeling Steel and a member of the Methodist Church, Bellaire. Surviving are his widow, Dora; four daughters, Mrs. Melissa Belan, Martins Ferry, Mrs. Helen Taylor, Mingo Junction, Mrs. Rose Slentz, Mrs. Anna Eden, both of Bellaire; a son Burlen, Bellaire; three sisters, Mrs. Nan Willis, Wellsville, Mrs. Labina Yoho, Centerville, WV., and Mrs. Jessie Nolan, Newark; 10 grandchildren; and 7 great grandchildren. Friends may call at the Bauknecht Funeral Home, Bellaire, after 7 p.m. tonight. Services will be held at the funeral home Saturday at 3p.m. Burial is set for Mt. Zion Cemetery, Bellaire. [Times Leader 19 Aug 1965]

Shrodes, Mrs. Anna M.: Mrs. Anna May Shrodes, 91, resident of 509 Union St., Martins Ferry, died Sunday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Barber of Martins Ferry. She was born in Wheeling March 30, 1880, the daughter of the late Charles and Sarah Hughes Rupp. Preceded in death by her husband, Selby, she is also survived by one other daughter, Mrs. Lloyd (Manilla) Kirkbride of St. Petersburg FL.; three sons, Robert F. Clearwater, Fl., Howard of Shadyside, Ray of McKeesport, grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren, one great great grandchild; one sister, Mrs. Louise Bradley of Flint, Mich. She was also preceded in death by three sons, Dick, Lee, and Edward. Friends will be received at the Heslop Funeral Home Martins Ferry, after 7 p.m. tonight. Services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Heslop Chapel with Msgr. Joseph Kloss officiating. Burial in Riverview Cemetery, Martins Ferry. [Times Leader, 10 Jan 1972 pg. 2]

Sidle, Frank R. : Funeral services for Frank R. Sidle, 58, of near Thornville, former resident of Zanesville who died Tuesday at Good Samaritan Hospital, will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Dean Funeral Home with Rev. Walter Lanhans, pastor of the Grace Evangelical Church at Thornville, officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. A barber by trade, he was admitted to the hospital Monday afternoon. While living in this city he was a member of the Armco band. He was attached to the Barnum and Bailey circus playing in the band for 15 years. He was also a member of the barber's union. Surviving are his widow, Hattie; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Erwin of Elm Street, and Mrs. Anna Coen, of Yale Ave.; two nephews, John and Marvin Erwin, both of Moxahala, OH; a niece, Margaret Stewart of this city, and a step-father, Jewell B. Getz. The body will remain at the Dean Funeral Home. [Times Recorder, 25 Jun 1942 pg. 8]

Sidwell, Benjamin, age 30, formerly of Berkley Co, Va., Apr 21. (1827, St. Clairsville - "The Historian & Advertiser")

Simcox, Mrs. George
Martins Ferry -- Mrs. George Simcox, 50, is dead. [Plain Dealer, Sep 21, 1919]

Simeral, Mrs. Ellen Silvus : Funeral services for Mrs. Ellen Silvus Simeral, 77, of Beverly, who died early Wednesday morning at her home, will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clocl at Smith's Chapel, with the Rev. Glen Peoples officiating. Mrs. Simeral was a daughter of Thomas and Moria Frye Williamson, and was born in Boble County. She was married to Nathaniel Silvus on June 26, 1886 and following his death was married on Dec 27, 1919 to William Sylvester Simeral of Malta, who died the following year. She was a member of the Mt. Olives Methodist Church and of the Center Grange. Surviving are six daughters, Mrs. Nellie Sherlock, Mrs. Cleo Mildred Omtz, and Mrs. Florence C. Roberts, all of Beverly; Mrs. Clara Ruth Morris and Mrs. Lucy May Mannis of Coal Run and Mrs. Olla Garvin of Caldwell; three brothers, Cooley, Parley and Harry Silvus of Beverly; two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Albright of Beverly, and Miss Jennie Williamson of Parkersburg, WV.; 27 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by three children and three brothers. [Times Recorder, 13 May 1943]

Simone, Sgt. Laney: The body of Sgt. Laney Simone, 21, son of Domonic and Theresa B. Simone, Fairpoint, will arrive at St. Clairsville tonight and will be taken to the Beck Funeral home. Thursday morning it will be removed to the home of his parents at Fairpoint. Sgt. Simone was killed in action near Achen, Germany, Feb 7, 1945, while servicing with Company G, 311 Infantry, 78th division. The deceased was born at Fairpoint, Feb 19, 1924 and lived his entire life at that place. He was a member of the 1942 graduating class of St. Clairsville High School. Simone entered the service March 1943 and received his basic training at Camp Butner, NC and Camp Pickett, VA., leaving for overseas Oct 4, 1944. Only one soldier from Sgt. Simone's Company leaving the states is living today, he is Sgt Jones of Joplin, MO. Surviving besides the parents, are one brother, Mario J. Simone and one half-brother, Samuel Mazzie, both of Fairpoint. Funeral services will be held from the family residence, Saturday afternoon at 2 in charge of Rev. Charles W. Hamilton, minister of the St. Clairsville Methodist Church. Military interment will take place in Union Cemetery in charge of St. Clair district Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 5356.

Simonson, Adeline M.: Mrs. Adeline M. Simonson, 67, of Lansmere Lane Columbus, formerly of Cadiz, died April 27 at Riverside Hospital, Columbus. She was born May 28, 1909 in Martins Ferry the daughter of the late Michael and Mary Markus Duskey and was married to Bert Simonson, who died in 1960. She was a member of the First Community Church of Columbus. Surviving are three daughter, Mrs. M.C. (Camilla) Mussman, Powell, OH; Miss Evelyn Davis, Columbus; Mrs. James (Judith) Browning, Columbus; one step-daughter, Mrs. Olive Smith, Downers Grove, IL.; two step-sons, Charles Simonson and Vernon Simonson, both of Cadiz; 13 grandchildren; a brother, Alex Duskey, Martins Ferry; and three sisters, Mrs. Agnes McCoy, San Francisco; Mrs. Helen Jones, Martins Ferry; and Mrs. Jean Jones, Pittsburgh. Friends were received Thursday at Clark-Kirkland Funeral Home in Cadiz and graveside services were held Friday at Cadiz Union Cemetery, with Rev. Merle Plotner officiating. [Harrison News Harold]

Simonson, Marguerite (Peggy): Marguerite Peggy Simonson, 72, Belmont, died Friday evening at City Hospital Bellaire. She was born December 22, 1919 in Bethesda, a daughter of the late Oscar and Celia Gill Hatcher. She was a Protestant. She was preceded in death by a brother, Edsel Hatcher. Surviving are her husband, Charles L. Simonson; two sisters, Mrs. Joe (Evagene) Skinner of Belmont and Mrs. Richard (Shirley) Roby of St. Clairsville; nieces and nephews. Friends will be received today 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, where services will be held Monday at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Virginia Geiger officiating. Burial follows in Ebenezer Cemetery, Bethesda. Memorial contributions may be made to Belmont Volunteer Fire Dept. [Times Leader, 04 Sep 1992]

Simpson, Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Earley : Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Earley Simpson, 72, colored, died Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at her home, on N. Second Street. Funeral services will be held at the home, Friday at 1:30 p.m. with the Rev. Edward W. Knox, Zanesville, in charge. Interment will be made in Northwood Cemetery. Mrs. Simpson was a life long resident of Guernsey County and was a member of the A. M. E. Church at Cumberland. Her husband died 15 years ago. Surviving are seven children, Mrs. Rose Simpson, Cumberland; Mrs. Edith Pratt, Cambridge; Raymond, Vanderbilt, PA., Andrew, James, Clyde and Howard all of the home; two brothers, Simon and Carl Earley, this city; two sisters, Mrs. Midge Earley and Mrs. Cora Earley, Cambridge; 23 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. One son and one daughter are deceased. The body will be returned to the home, Thursday noon from the McMillen Funeral Home, East Wheeling Ave. [Times Recorder, 19 Feb 1942 pg. 2]

Simpson, Mary: Mary Hogg Simpson, 101, formerly of Virginia Street, Martins Ferry, died Thursday in East Ohio Regional Hospital Continuous Care Center, Martins Ferry. She was born June 24, 1888 at Cambridge, daughter of the late John and Isabelle Reid Hogg. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church Martins Ferry. She was preceded in death by her husband, William Simpson; a son, Robert H. Simpson and a grandson, David Arbaugh. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. James (Martha) Arbaugh of Hillendale, Martins Ferry; six grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren and a great-great-grandchild. Members of the family will receive friends at the Heslop Funeral Home, Martins Ferry, 3 to 5 p.m. today, where services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, with the Rev. Keith Peachey officiating. Burial follows in Linwood Cemetery, Blaine. [Times Leader, 22 Sep 1989 pg. 6]

Skews, Thomas: Thomas W. Skews, 60, died suddenly of heart disease at his home in Philadelphia, PA., on March 8, 2005. He was the son of Virginia Hannan of Bellaire and loving brother of Suzanne (James) Klatt of Michigan. He was a graduate of Mt. Pleasant High School and the Ohio Valley Hospital Med. Tech Program. He served his country in the US Air Force. He supervised a large NYC hospital lab for many years. The past 20 years wee spent building and running a successful visual arts and display business, servicing nationally known retail companies. A private ceremony was held in Philadelphia.

Skinner, Betty Jane: Betty Jane Skinner, twenty month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Skinner, died Thursday at 2:30 a.m., at their home at East Fair Street of and intestinal malady. The parents, two brothers Joseph 7, and Phillip 11 years old; two half-sisters, Misses Mary and Margaret Richardson at home and three brothers, George, Eugene and Benjamin, New Philadelphia, survive. [Ohio Democrat and Times 10 Apr 1924]

Skinner, Elmer: Elmer Skinner, 69, of Milltown, Newport Rt. 1, died on arrival at Marietta Memorial Hospital at 6 p.m. yesterday. He was born January 31, 1901, at Shay, a son of the late James and Sarah Martin Skinner. He married Garnet Bayless, who died January 1, 1970. Two son and seven daughters survive, James Skinner of Newport; Pvt John Skinner with the U.S. Army at Fort Hood TX.; Mrs. Ed (Hildreth) Thompson, Mrs. John (Violet) Bleakley and Mrs. Lewis (Louise) Owens of Salem; Mrs. Larry (Gertrude) Hackathorn of Hobart IN.; Mrs. Ralph (Phyllis) Streight of Portage, IN.; Mrs. Norman (Merna) Berga of Vermillion and Mrs. Delores Scott of Lorain. One son, Larry and one daughter Mary Elizabeth, are deceased. There are 31 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Mrs. Bessie Tice of Newport Rt. 1 is a sister. Mr. Skinner was a retired employee of Buckeye Pipe Line Co. and was a member of Newport Baptist Church. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Friends may call at Doudna and McClure Funeral Home. [Marietta Times 15 Jul 1970]

Skinner, Mrs. Elmer: Mrs. Garnet Skinner, 63, of Milltown, Newport Rt. 1, died at 4:50 p.m. yesterday in Marietta Memorial Hospital. She was born January 8, 1906, at Milltown, a daughter of the late George and Viola Dearth Bayless. She was married to Elmer Skinner who survives with two sons and seven daughters; James Skinner of Newport; Pvt. John Skinner, U.S. Army, Fort Hood TX.; Mrs. Ed( Hildreth) Thompson, Mrs. John (Violet) Bleakley and Mrs. Louis (Louise) Owens of Salem; Mrs. Larry (Gertrude) Hashman of Hobart, IN; Mrs. Ralph Streight of Portage IN.; Mrs. Norman (Merna) Berga of Vermillion and Mrs. Delores Scott of Lorain. There are 31 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. One sister Mrs. Lillian Houser of Williamstown and a number of half-brothers and half-sisters survive. A son, Larry, a daughter, Mary Elizabeth, and a brother, Howard Bayless, are deceased. Mrs. Skinner had spent most of her life in the Milltown community. She was a member of Newport Baptist Church. Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Newport Baptist Church. Burial will be in Newport Cemetery. Friends may call at Doudna & McClure Funeral Home until one hour before the service when the body will be taken to the church. [Marietta Times 02 Jan 1970]

Skinner, Evagene H. : Evagene "Nan" Skinner, 87, of Belmont, died Friday, May 27, 2005, at her granddaughter's home. She was born July 15, 1917, in Bethesda, a daughter of the late Oscar T. Hatcher and Celia Gill Hatcher. Evagene was a member of the Belmont United Methodist Church, worked many years at the Grove Restaurant of Morristown and was active in the Belmont Garden Club.In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Joe F. Skinner; a brother, Edsel Hatcher; and two sisters, Peg Simonson and Shirley Roby. Surviving are five grandchildren, Tiffaney Yeager of Jacobsburg, David Joe Skinner of Belpre, Ohio, Cheryl Jane Skinner of Belmont, Lisa Jean Ritchey of Zanesville and Tina Marie Daniel of Huber Heights, Ohio; and eight great- grandchildren. She was a special Nana to many. Private services will be held at the convenience of the family, with burial in Belmont Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Valley Hospice, 98 E. Cove Ave., Wheeling, WV 26003; the Barnesville Home Health Care, West Main Street, Barnesville, OH 43713; or the charity of the donor's choice. Kelly-Kemp-Braido Funeral Home, 322 N. Main St., Bethesda, is in charge of arrangements. [Times Leader, 29 May 2005]

Skinner, Mrs. F: Mrs. Frank (Fannie) Skinner, 87, 129 Front Ave SE, this city died at 11:15 last night at the Maxwell Nursing Home following a long illness. Born October 29, 1876 in Kansas, she was a daughter of the late Martin and Mary Rithey Close. She had resided here for 60 years and was member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church. Her first husband, Eugene Richardson, died many years ago and her second husband, Frank Skinner, survives. Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Cartwright of Jackson, MI., and Mrs. Mary Nelson of Akron; four sons, George Richardson of Dover, Phillip Skinner of Morristown, Joseph Skinner of Belmont, and Donald Skinner of this city; six grandsons and five granddaughters. Arrangements for services, in Charge of the Evans Funeral Home, are incomplete.

Skinner, Frank E : Services will be Tuesday at 1 p.m. In Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home for Frank E. Skinner, 81, of RD 3, a New Philadelphia resident since 1903 and a local trucker. He died Saturday night in Union Hospital following a year's illness. Rev. Lawrence Anslow will officiate and burial will be in East Avenue Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Born in Marietta, he was a son of the late George and Mary Bowersock Skinner. He was a member of the United Brethren Church. Surviving are 3 sons, Donald of New Philadelphia, Phillip of Morristown and Joseph of Belmont; a brother and 2 sisters John and Mrs. Annie Hodkins of Marietta and Mrs. Ethel Richardson of Barberton; a stepsister, Mrs. Martha Mays of East Liverpool; 19 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. His wife, the former Fannie Close, died in 1963.

Skinner, George: George W. Skinner 61, well known farmer of Yankeeburg, died on Friday morning, October 4, 1918, at 11 o'clock. Death followed a lingering illness with Bright's disease. The deceased was born April 18, 1857. On Jan 30, 1879, he was united in marriage to Miss Mary Elizabeth Bowerstock, of Lawrence Township. To them were born ten children; eight of whom survive, two dying in infancy. The children who survive with the widow are: Mrs. Kent Adams, of San Hill; Mrs. Laura Cornell, of Ashtabula; Frank of New Philadelphia; Ethel, Margaret, John and Edward at home. He is also survived by three sisters; Mrs. Maria Ecker, Mrs. Docia Hamilton, Mrs. Amanda Binegar and by two brothers, James and Charles, all of Pine Ridge.

Skinner, Herbert: Herbert Skinner, 65, died Thursday at 4am at his home in East Norwood. He was born at Schley, OH Oct 29, 1896, a son of the late James and Sarah Martin Skinner. On Oct 4, 1916, he married Della Burton, who survives with two sons and four daughters, Ronald Skinner of Marietta; Harold Skinner and Mrs. Beatrice Becker of Marietta Rt.6 Mrs. Eloise Lane of Canton, Mrs. Bessie Poole of Reno, and Mrs. Gaynelle Dye of Marietta, one daughter Mary Alice, is deceased. There are 19 grandchildren and one great grandchild. One brother and one sister survive. Elmer Skinner and Mrs. Bessie Tice of Newport. Mr. Skinner had been employed at Remington-Rand as and assembler. Funeral services will be Saturday at 2:30 pm, at the Doudna & McClure Funeral Home. Burial will be in Valley Cemetery. The body will be taken from the funeral home to the family home Friday morning, where it will remain until Saturday noon. [Marietta Times 01 Mar 1962]

Skinner, James: James Skinner, 83, a retired farmer of near Newport, died Tuesday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Bessie Tice, at Milltown near Newport. Mr. Skinner was born August 12, 1870 in Independence Twp., a son of the late John and Lucinda Francis Skinner. Fifty-eight years ago he was married to Sarah Martin who died about eight year ago. He is survived by two sons, Herbert Skinner of Marietta and Elmer Skinner of Milltown; one daughter, Mrs. Bessie Tice; 22 grandchildren and 28 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be Thursday at 2:30 pm at the Newport Baptist Church of which he was a member. The Rev. John Bradbury will officiate. Burial will be in Newport Cemetery. The body will be taken from the Doudna & McClure funeral home to the family home Wednesday morning. [Marietta Times 22 Sep 1953]

Skinner, Mary Elizabeth: Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Bowersock Skinner, 96, widow of George Skinner died at her home at Lower Newport Monday morning. She was born July 13, 1861 in Ludlow Twp., Washington County, daughter of the late Henry and Sarah Wood Bowersock. On Jan 30, 1879, she was married to George W. Skinner. He died October 4, 1918. Three sons and three daughters survive, John Henry Skinner and Edward Skinner of Lower Newport; Frank Skinner of New Philadelphia; Mrs. Anna Hudkins of Marietta; Mrs. Lana Cornell of Jefferson; Mrs. Ethel Richardson of Barberton. Four daughters preceded her in death. There are 20 grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren surviving. She was the last surviving member of a family of six brothers and sisters. Mrs. Skinner was a member of the Yankeeburg First United Baptist Church. Funeral services will be Thursday at 1pm at the Doudna & McClure Funeral Home with burial in the Barker Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. [Marietta Times 18 Feb 1957]

Skinner, Pearl D: Pearl D. Skinner, 83, National Road Bethesda, died Wednesday, December 18, 1996, at her home. She was born February 13, 1913, in Morristown, a daughter of the late John Thomas Filmore Davis and Effie Lee Davis. She was a retired employee of the Ohio Dept of Transportation at Morristown, a member of Morristown Christian Church and Evangelical Friends Church in East Richland. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by two sisters, Lela Bunting and Mary Kocher. Surviving are two daughters, Rebecca Linkes of Richmond, KY and Linda Dunlap of Bethesda; three children. Private services were held Saturday at the convenience of the family at Toothman Funeral Home, St. Clairsville, with the Rev. Robert Mack officiating. Burial followed in Union Cemetery, Morristown. Memorial contributions may be made to Alliance for Children Everywhere. c/o Linda Dunlap, 39777 National Road Bethesda Ohio 43719.

Skinner, Philip L.: Philip L. Skinner, 70, of Morristown, died at Barnesville Hospital Saturday morning. He was born April 14, 1913 in New Philadelphia, a son of the late Frank Skinner and Fannie Close Skinner. The owner and operator of Philip L. Skinner Construction Co., he was a member of the Episcopal Church of New Philadelphia, Loyal Order of Moose of Lafferty, American Legion Post 168 of Barnesville, Elks Lodge #1699 of Barnesville, Train Collectors Assn. of Strasburg, PA., and a veteran of the U. S. Army, World War II. Surviving are his wife, Pearl Davis Skinner; two daughters, Mrs. David (Linda) Dunlap of Bethesda and Mrs. Jerry (Rebecca) Linkes of St. Louis, MO.; two grandchildren; two sisters, Mary Nelson of Akron and Margaret Cartwright of Jackson Mich.; two brothers, Joseph and Donald Skinner, both of Belpre Ohio. Friends may call at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Morristown, Monday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., where services will be held Tuesday at 1 p.m., with the Rev. Jack Visser officiating. Burial will follow in Morristown Union Cemetery. The Elks Lodge will hold services Monday at 6:30 p.m., followed by American Legion services at 7 p.m. [Times Leader]

Skinner, Sarah Elizabeth: Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Skinner, 70, wife of James Skinner, died Wednesday evening at her home at Milltown, Newport Twp., following illness. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2pm at the Newport Baptist Church. Rev. F.B. Nafe will officiate. Interment will be in Newport Cemetery. The body was taken from Doudna and McClure's to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bessie Tice at Milltown, on Thursday. Mrs. Skinner was born May 27, 1875 at Fay and was a daughter of the late Henry and Lydia Dickerson Martin. She was a member of the Bear Run United Brethren Church. Survivors are her husband, two sons and one daughter; Herbert Skinner of Marietta, Elmer Skinner of Newport and Mrs. Bessie Tice of Milltown. There are 21 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Brothers and sisters are James Martin of Fay; Jacob Martin of Schley; Mrs. Rebecca Harris of Dart; Mrs. Carl Poole of Muskegon, Mich., and Mrs. Martha Hearn of Schley. [Marietta Times 18 Oct 1945]

Skinner, Shirley Jane: Mrs. Shirley J Skinner, 29, wife of Joseph Skinner Jr., and resident of Belmont for nine years, died Wednesday night October 20th at 11 at the Ohio Valley General Hospital in Wheeling, after a brief illness. She was born June 21, 1936, at Portsmouth Ohio. Mrs. Skinner was a member of the Morristown Christian Church, Friendship Circle Sunday School Class of that Church, Belmont Garden Club and the Canasta Club. Surviving in addition to her husband are five Children, Tiffaney Ann, David Joe, Cheryl Jane, Lisa Jean and Tina Marie, all of the home; her parents, Mrs. Ada Smith Pulaski, VA and Edwin C. Smith of AltaVista, VA; her paternal grandfather Harry E. Smith of Columbus; aunts and uncles. Friends were received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home in Bethesda where final rites were held Saturday afternoon, October 23rd at 1 o'clock. Interment was made in Belmont Cemetery. [Barnesville Enterprise, Pct 1965]

Smith, Andrew Clemmer : Andrew C. Smith, aged 78 years, a retired farmer who at once time was prominent in the Republican party councils of Adams County, representative in the legislature from 1896 to 1900, died at his home, No. 1741 Seventh Street, this city, late Thursday afternoon. Mr. Smith had been an invalid ever since moving to Portsmouth from Stout, Ohio, in 1913, suffering mainly with hardening of the arteries. He had been bedfast for the past three weeks. Mr. Smith was born at Mount Leigh, Adams County, and during his early life followed the occupation of a school teacher. He was also a musician of considerable ability and was a member of the band of the Twenty-fourth O. V. I. Regiment. He served four years during the Civil War with different commands. He and his wife, Mrs. Mary J. Puntenney, who survives him celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary last October. He also leaves four children; Rev. Edgar P. Smith, of United Presbyterian, minister of Oklahoma City, Okla., Mrs. M. Maude Mitchell wife of Rev. William C. Mitchell of Antwerp, Ohio; H. C. Smith of Cincinnati and Harry E. Smith, an N & W civil engineer of this city. James H. Smith of Manchester, was his brother. Mr. Smith was a faithful member of the United Presbyterian church, was a man of noble qualities and liked and respected by all who knew him. Funeral services will be conducted at the late home at 12:30 noon today by Rev. Frank Boyd of Cherry Fork and intimate friend of the bereaved family assisted by Rev. J. W. Dunning pastor of First Presbyterian church of this city. The remains will be taken on an afternoon train to Stout, Ohio for interment. [Portsmouth Daily Times, Friday 09 Jul 1915]

Smith, Blanche Alice : Blanche Alice Smith, 78, 356 Acton Rd. Member of Calvary Bible Church. Survived by husband Harry E. Smith; sons, Hoyt of Pakistan, James of Haiti, Harry Jr. and daughter Jane Smith of Japan, all missionaries; son Edwin, Alta Vista VA., sisters, Florence Hoyt and Ethel Hughes. Friends may call at the Southwick Funeral Home, 3100 N. High St. Wednesday 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. where service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday. Interment Forest Lawn. Rev. William Ashbrook officiating. [Columbus Dispatch]

Smith, Carmen V. Haug: Zanesville-Carmen V. Haug Smith 83, of Zanesville, died at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 31, 2005 at her home. She was born Feb. 2, 1922, in Muskingum County, a daughter of the late Carl F. Haug. She had worked for 36 1/2 years at General Electric and was a member of Eagles Ladies Auxiliary, Immanuel United Church of Christ and loved to travel. Carmen was a people person, who never met a stranger and enjoyed all those that she met. Surviving are her loving husband of 47 years, Harry M. Smith, of the home; three sister-in-laws and brothers-in-laws, Elizabeth (Lynn) Dennis, Lala Bryan, and Martha (Bud) Wortman all of Zanesville; a niece, Lori Wortman; and two best friends, Sue Burns and Shirley Mann, all of Zanesville. Besides her father, she was preceded in death by a brother-in-law, Donald R. Bryan. Calling hours will be held from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. today, June 2, at Bolin-Dierkes Funeral Home, 1271 Blue Ave. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Friday, June 3, 2005, at the funeral home with the Rev. Tim Patton officiating. Burial will follow at Greenwood Cemetery. [Zanesville Times Recorder]

Smith, Dorothy Jane : Dorothy Jane Smith, age 70, died Tuesday August 6, 1985, University Hospital of Worthington. Survived by brothers and sisters-in-law, Hoyt and Edna Smith of Florida, James and Wilette Smith of the Bahamas, Harry and Betty Smith of Japan; several nieces and nephews also survive. Missionary at the Mino Mission at Japan. Member Calvary Bible Church Family will receive friends Weir-Ar-End Funeral Home, 4221 N. High St. Thursday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.. where service will be Friday 2 p.m.. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Garden. Pastor Paul L. Creason officiating. Friends who wish may contribute to Calvary Bible Church Mission Fund. [Columbus Dispatch]

Smith, Earl Clifford : Earl Clifford Smith, 67, of Gallia St., died Friday afternoon at Scioto Memorial Hospital. A native of Portsmouth and a graduate of Portsmouth High School, he was an Army veteran of World War II and a retired letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service with 25 years of service. He was a member of the First Christian Church and its Christian Men's Fellowship and Mixed Adult Sunday School Class, United Commercial Travelers, James Dickey Post American Legion, Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars, the National Association of Retired Federal Employees, Division of Letter Carriers, and the Portsmouth Area Male Chorus. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Helen Penix Smith; a son, Thomas E. of Cypress St.; a daughter, Mrs. Paul (Patricia) Ondrus of Washington Court House; a sister, Mrs. Richard (Jennye) Keith of Cincinnati, and three grandchildren. Funeral service is planned at 1 p.m. Monday at Brock Funeral Home, with the Rev. Richard Wilburn officiating and interment in Floral Hills Memory Gardens. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 tonight and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday. [05 Sep 1984]

Smith, Edgar P. : Jan. 11, Rev. Edgar P. Smith, 75, retired United Presbyterian minister, died at 7 o'clock Saturday evening in his home here following an illness of six weeks. He had been in the ministry 35 years and served pastorates at Huntsville, O,; Gary Ind; Topeka Kas., and other places. He retired nine years ago. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Shields funeral home here. Rev. Bruce B. Buchanan. Findlay; Rev. C. E. Glatfelter, Kenton and Rev. Valentine Hainen and Rev. J. E. Turner, both of Forest, will officiate. The body will remain in the funeral home until after the service. Rev. Smith was born Dec. 17, 1866, in Stout O., the son of Andrew and Mary J. (Puntenney) Smith. On Dec 24 1894 he married Miss Eva Higgins who survives with a son, James H. C. Smith of Palo Alto, Calif.; a grandson James H. Smith and a granddaughter, Margaret E. Smith both of Palo Alto; a brother Harry E. Smith of Wheelersburg, O.; and a sister, Mrs. William C. Mitchell, Cincinnati.

Smith, Mrs. Eva : Mrs. Eva Higgins-Smith, 81, a former resident of Forest, died Thursday, March 26, in the home of her son, James Smith, at Palo Alto, Calif. She was the daughter of James M. Higgins and was born February 13, 1872, west of Forest. Miss Higgins married the Rev. Edgar P. Smith, a United Presbyterian minister, and he preceded her in death in January, 1942. Survivors include the son, James. The body arrived in Forest at 10:30 a.m. Monday and was taken to the Shields funeral home, where services were held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday. The Rev. Hillard Camp officiated. Burial was in Hueston cemetery.

Smith, Fred C. : Fred C. Smith, 76, of 2853 Sherwood Rd., Dec 19. Member of Bexley Methodist Church, life member of Ohio Board of Realtors. Survived by wife, Hazel B. Smith; daughter, Mrs. Fred (Jean) George; brother, Morrell Smith; granddaughters, Mrs. Warren McLane Jr. and Miss Judy George. Friends received at the Denton, Donaldson and Kuhn Funeral Home, 1203 E. Broad at Champion, from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday. Service 10 a.m. Friday. Interment, Fountain Cemetery, Fostoria, OH. [Columbus Dispatch]

Smith, George : George Smith, 64, formerly of Byesville, died at his home in Canton, Sunday night following a four-year illness. In addition to his widow, Mrs. Kate Charleston Smith, he is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Margaret Abbrigg, Mrs. Catherine Meeglin, Mrs. Geney Redmond, all of Canton, Mary and Norma Smith of the home, one son, George, Jr., Canton, also three sisters and two brothers. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. with burial in a Canton Cemetery. Address in Canton, 1119 McKinley Ave. [Times Recorder, 29 Feb 1944 ]

Smith, Harry Ernest : Harry E. Smith, 84, of 356 Acton Rd. Served 40 years with engineering department of the N & W Railroad; 48 years as American Representative of the Mine Mission of Japan of which his daughter Jane is a missionary. Survived by daughter Jane of the home; sons, Hoyt, missionary in West Pakistan; James, missionary in the Bahamas; Harry Jr., missionary in Japan; Edwin of Altavista, VA; 13 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren. Friends may call at Southwick Funeral Chapel, 3100 North High St., Thursday 7 to 9 p.m. Friday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. where service will be held 10 a.m. Saturday. Interment, Forest Lawn Cemetery, Rev. E. Ashbrook officiating. [Columbus Dispatch]

Smith, Hildred Estella: Hildred Estella Smith, 86, Roosevelt Road, Barnesville, died Thursday in Barnesville Hospital. She was born July 18, 1906 in Derwent, daughter of the late Wilbert Alvan Oliver and Amelia Elizabeth Berg Oliver. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Barnesville. She was also a member of the Homemakers Club, Tourist Club, Barnesville Senior Citizens, Ruth Circle, Laurel Twig, and the Barnesville Garden Club. She was preceded in death by her husband, William L. Smith; a son, Donald L. Smith, and a sister, Thelma Jerles. Surviving are a son, Dr. William O. Smith of Dayton; a sister, Pauline Bean of Cambridge; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; her finance, Paul White of Belmont. Friends will be received 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Campbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home, Barnesville, where services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday with the Rev. Andrew Woods officiating. Burial follows in Stillwater Cemetery, Barnesville. [Times Leader, 05 Mar 1993]

Smith, J. Link : Frank Morgareidge, cashier of the Farmers and Merchants Bank, guardian for J. Link Smith, 72, was notified of his death, Tuesday afternoon, occurring at the State Hospital in Athens. The deceased was the son of John and Mary Jane Cain Smith and was born near Archer's Ridge, east of Caldwell. The deceased had spent several years in Kansas and Akron, later going to Detroit where he was married. He returned to Caldwell some years later and made his home with his nephew the late Amose Archer, being adjudged insane and committed to the Athens State Hospital, January, 1934. Surviving are his wife, Martha Smith, and several nephews and nieces. The body was sent to Detroit Michigan for cremation. During the former part of the week, Mrs. Smith brought the ashes back to Noble County and burial was made in the Archer's Ridge Cemetery. [Journal, 13 Sep 1934 pg. 4]

Smith, James William SR: Reverend James W. Smith, 85, died August 1, 2006 at Manatee Memorial Hospital. Jim was born in Portsmouth, Ohio October 17, 1920, son of the late Harry and Blanche Hoyt Smith. After graduating from Columbia Bible College in 1942, Jim Smith and Willette Thomas entered missionary service and traveled the Cuba. They were married one year later. In 1943 they moved to Aux Cayes, Haiti, where they began their family, taught a Radio Lumiere Bible class, served as professors and director of the Institut Biblique Lumiere. There they trained and mentored hundreds of Haitian pastors and leaders. Twenty four years later, Jim and Willette accepted and assignment to minister among the Haitian refugees for nineteen years in Nassau, Bahamas. Retiring to Bradenton Missionary Village in 1985, Jim and Willette continued their ministry to the Haitian community of Palmetto at the First Haitian Church of Palmetto. Jim is survived by his beloved wife, Willette, sons James Jr., Richard, and Kendal, daughters; Janette, Judith and Deborah, 17 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Services for James will be at Skyway Cemetery in Palmetto Florida Friday August 4, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. A memorial service is scheduled at the First Haitian Church in Palmetto Florida on Saturday August 5, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. The family requests donations in lieu of flowers be sent to; The First Haitian Church of Palmetto 802 23rd Street Palmetto, FL 34221 for the mission church Tiberon, Haiti.

Smith, Lea W. : Lea W. Smith., 4792 Hayden Falls Blvd. Survived by wife Wynne Smith, 1 daughter, Candace; 1 son, Lea W. Jr., parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Smith; 4 brothers, Holt, Edwin, James, Harry, Jr.; 1 sister Miss Jane Smith. Friends will be received at the Southwick Funeral Home, where service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday. Rev. William E. Ashbrook officiating. Interment Union Cemetery in charge of Southwick. [Columbus Dispatch, Friday, 01 Sep 1950]

Smith, Lell A. : Services for Lell A. Smith of Wheelersburg, who died Sunday at Scioto Memorial Hospital, are planned at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Wheelersburg United Methodist Church. A retired employee of Wheelersburg Post Office and a 50 year member of Wheelersburg Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, she was a member of the church, of which she was building fund secretary and former financial secretary and a member of its finance commission and memorial administration board. Preceded in death by her husband, Adrain D. (Jack) Smith, in 1952, she is survived by a son, A. Douglas of Wheelersburg; a brother, Paul Aeh of Wheelersburg; two sisters, Bertha Duduit of Wheelersburg and Clarice Mucha of Portsmouth, and three granddaughters. Rev. William Turner is to officiate at services, with interment in Memorial Burial Park. Friends may call at the Harrison Funeral Home from 2 to 9 p.m. today. [May 1984]

Smith, Leonard : Mr. Leonard Smith died at his residence in Zanesville, Ohio on 14 July 1877 of consumption, aged 40 years. His funeral was conducted by the IOOF members. [Somerset Press, 02 Aug 1877]

Smith, Mrs. Mary J. : Death at 11 o'clock this morning claimed Mrs. Mary J. Smith, who passed away at the home of her son Harry E. Smith of 1741 Seventh Street. She had been ill two weeks with Bright's disease. Mrs. Smith was the widow of the late Andrew C. Smith, who died six years ago. She was born in Rome, Adams County, and was 79 years old. She is survived by the following children; Edgar of Gary Ind., Mrs. Maude Mitchell of Okeans O., Clemmer of Cincinnati, and Harry E. of this city. Mrs. Smith was a woman known for her sweet traits and kindly spirit and she will be missed. The funeral services will be conducted from Mr. Smith' home on Seventh Street Sunday afternoon at 4:30 new time. The last rites will be in charge of C. E. Servinghaus and burial will take place at Rome, Adams County. [Portsmouth Daily Times Friday, 27 May 1921]

Smith, Patricia : Graveside services are to be at 9 a.m. Saturday in Memorial Burial Park for Patricia Smith, 5 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Smith of Altavista, VA. Surviving besides the parents is the paternal grandfather Harry E. Smith of Columbus. The parents are former Portsmouth residents. Rev. Charles Cecil is to officiate. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Brock Funeral Home of Wheelersburg.

Smith, Theodore H.: Theodore H. Smith, 64, Harlan Acres, Belmont, died Monday in Wheeling Hospital. He was born in Cleveland, April 17, 1926, son of the late Berton D. and Minnie McGee Smith. He was a retired employee of Wheeling Pittsburgh Steel Co., Yorkville plant and a U. S. Navy veteran of World War II. He was preceded in death by three brothers and three sisters. Surviving are his wife, Loretta Keith Smith; two daughters, Sharon Giannaris of Belmont and Karen Kopyar of St. Clairsville; a son, Eric T. Smith of Fairpoint; nine grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Toothman Funeral Home, St. Clairsville, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, where services will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. Burial follows in Union Cemetery, St. Clairsville. [Times Leader, 26 Jun 1990]

Smith, William: William Smith was born September 5th 1852 in Belmont County, Ohio, near the town of Barnesville. He was brought to Wayne County Illinois, by his parents, when an infant, settling on a farm in Arrington township, where he lived the remainder of his life. He was married to Mary A. Marshall, November 3rd, 1872. To this union were born eleven children. Dora M: James M: Laura: Martha: Stella A: Myrtle E (deceased); Nora I: Grace O: Jacob O: Harry (deceased): Charles F: Two brothers survive him, Malen who resided in Arrington Township, and James A. of Kingfisher, Oklahoma. William Smith departed this life, Monday morning, October 15th 1900, just as the alluminary of the day began to appear, sending her rays of light to kiss away the night. The angel of death with soft tread, crossed the threshold of the Smith home, and carried away the life of husband, father, brother and my dear friend. He died within fifteen feet of where his father died, thirty years before, leaving him and his two brothers wife and stepmother, with a small home, to battle the world. The deceased took the small legacy left him, and married a devoted wife. Together through industry and economy, using his small portion as a nucleus, gathered a home for his wife and children in this life and a sufficiency for the wife to live on after he had gone. After coolly and deliberately arranging his affairs, he then turned to the writer and his brother and asked them to sing, "Unclouded Day", and then pray with him. This was a week prior to his demise. He expressed to his brother and family the morning before he died, his willingness to go. His suffering was of long duration, and severe: yet he bore it all with manly fortitude, never complaining, always submissive. In his death, his family has lost a devoted father, the community an energetic and trustworthy citizen.
Peace be to his ashes. [J.B.L. Wayne County (IL) Record, October 1900 - Submitted by Bob Jones]


Smith, Mrs. William H. : Rev. Fr. Louis B. Preston, pastor of St. Philomena's Catholic Church, assisted by Rev. Clement C. Crock of Cambridge and Rev. Fr. J. J. Donaldson of Carlisle, officiated at requiem high mass for Mrs. William H. Smith in the church at 9:00 last Friday morning before an unusually large number of sympathetic friends, both Catholic and Protestant. Rev. Fr. Preston spoke at length eloquently on the subject, "Arise, My Beautiful Beloved", devoting the greater part of his discourse to "Mother". William Arnold sang two most appropriate selections during the service. The pallbearers were Leo E. Carter, W. Vernon Archer, G. B. Long, Earl P. McGinnis. Serving as honorary pallbearers were U. H. Buckey, L. H. Tarleton, Erwin Farley, and Mr. Koons. Interment was made in Olive Cemetery by Funeral Directors Theo. T. Murphy and William Estadt. [The Journal, 28 Nov 1940]

Smith, Mrs. William H. : Mrs. Effie Archer Smith, 73, wife of Common Pleas Judge William H. Smith, died suddenly shortly before 7:00 p.m. Monday evening at her home on Oaklawn Ave. in Caldwell. Mrs. Smith was stricken while reclining on a couch in the living room of her home and was dead before the arrival of a physician. Death was attributed to embolism of the heart, which probably occurred in a fall at her home last week. Mrs. Smith was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bell Archer and was a lifelong resident of Caldwell and vicinity. She was a member of St. Philomena's Catholic Church and was a past president of the Caldwell Women's Literary Club. Surviving in addition to her husband are a son, Attorney Harold A. Smith of Caldwell, two daughters. Mrs. Marjorie Walters, of Caldwell and Miss Helen Smith of the home, a sister, Miss Blanche Archer of Caldwell and a brother William C. Archer of New York City. Funeral services conducted by Rev. Fr. L. B. Preston, will be held in St. Philomena's Catholic Church at 8 :30 Friday morning and interment will be made in the Olive Cemetery, in charge of Funeral Director Theo. T. Murphy. [Noble County Leader, 21 Nov 1940]

Spayd, Rev. L. W. : Rev. L. W. Spayd, 88, of James Street, Roseville, died at his home Wednesday evening, following a two year illness of complications. Rev. Spayd was well and favorably known in ministerial circles throughout Ohio and Michigan, and for a time served as state secretary of the Church of Christ in Michigan. He had been a minister for 58 years and spent several years in Africa as a missionary. His last charge was at Rose Farm and following his service there he retires because of poor health and advanced age. Surviving are a granddaughter, Mrs. Katherine Kannel of Oxford, PA., and an adopted daughter, Miss Mary L. McMillan of Bloomingdale, Michigan. His wife, Amanda, died in 1935. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Crooksville Church of Christ with Rev. Wood B. Cundiff and Edwin Strait officiating. Burial will be in Crooksville Cemetery. The body is at the Cannon & Cannon Funeral Home, Roseville. [Times Recorder, 13 May 1943 pg. 5]

Spears, Ernest : Last rites will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Herlan Funeral Home for Ernest (Cy) Spears. Burial will be made in Greenwood Cemetery. Mr. Spears died Tuesday in St. Francis Hospital at Cambridge where he had been admitted Monday following the accidental drinking of a quantity of rubbing alcohol. [Times Recorder, 13 May 1943 pg. 9]

Spencer, William, son of Aaron, near Belmont, Feb 14. (1827, St. Clairsville - "The Historian & Advertiser")

Springer, Dale M. : Dale M. Springer, 62, of Caldwell Route 2, died Tuesday, March 12, 1985 after and apparent heart attack. He was born August 12, 1922 at Caldwell to Walter and Maude McLain Springer. He was a member of the Belle Valley American Legion Post 641 and was a veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife, Genevieve Sandanowicz Springer, three sons, Gerald of Caldwell , James of Caldwell Route 6 and Joseph of the home; one step-son, Robert Marks of Flat Rock, MI., one step-daughter Rose Pangle of Caldwell Route 2; 14 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; one sisters Grace Parks of Louisville. Services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at McVay Funeral Home of Caldwell with the Rev, Roy Wikander officiating. Burial will be at Olive Cemetery, Caldwell. Friends will be received at the funeral home after 9 a.m. Wednesday. [Journal-Leader]

Springs, Albert S. : Funeral services for Albert S. Springs, who died at his home in Barnesville last Thursday evening, will be conducted Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Rev. Milton M. Brown of the First Methodist Church in charge. Burial will be in Northern Cemetery. Mr. Springs was a brother-in-law of Mrs. Albert Arnold of Sharon Ave. Zanesville. [Times Recorder, 04 Sep 1939 pg. 2]

Staats, W. A. : W. A.. Staats, 70, retired mail carrier and resident of Summerfield, practically his entire life with the exception of the past three months that he made his home with his daughter Mrs. Mildred Coultas of Quaker City, died last Sunday night at the Beaver Valley Hospital at New Brighton, PA., following an extended illness. He was a son of the late Dr. A. A. and Margaret Summers Staats and addition to his daughter is survived by two sons, Kenneth of Alliquippa, PA., and Walter Staats of Canton; four grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Violet Reed and Mrs. Lizzie Cleary both of Barberton. Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the grave in Eastern Cemetery and were conducted by Summerfield Lodge No. 425 F. and A. M. [The Journal, 24 Feb 1944]

Stackhouse, George Franklin : George Franklin Stackhouse, 71, died at the home of a son, Wiley O. Stackhouse of Arch St. at 10:30 Sunday morning following a month's illness from a heart ailment. He was a retired carpenter and woodworker. Surviving besides the son at whose home he died are another son, William of Van Buren St.; a daughter, Mrs. Floyd Roberts of Columbus and 10 grandchildren. The body was removed to the William Thompson & Son Funeral Home, White Cottage and will be returned to the Wiley Stackhouse residence late Monday afternoon. Funeral services will be held there Tuesday afternoon at 1:00 with Rev. Harold R. Ely, pastor of the Fair Oaks Baptist Church officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. [Times Recorder, 12 Apr 1943 pg. 12]

Stahl, Judge Scott : Judge Scott Stahl of the Lucas County common pleas court died today24 June 1942, of heart disease. The 75 year old jurist was appointed to the bench in 1931 by Gov. George White and was re-elected twice to six-year terms. He was an attorney for more than 50 years. [Times Recorder, 25 Jun 1942]

Stallings, Edmund Taylor : Edmund Taylor Stallings, son of David and Emily McVay Stallings, was born Feb 20, 1869, and died June 18, 1944, following a long illness being at the time of his death, 75 years, three months and twenty-nine days old. At an early age he united with the Union Chapel Methodist Church. On April 27, 1895 he was united in marriage to Hattie Stephen and to this union was born one daughter, Grace. Hattie preceded him in death forty-three years ago. On Nov 26, 1908 he was united in marriage to Rosa L. Christman and to this union were born four children. He leaves to mourn his sad departure, his wife Rosa and daughters, Grace Keylor of Bucyrus, Edith Bishop, Lewisville, Oneda Starr of Caldwell, Lula McDonald of the home, and one son Ervin Edmund in the arm forces, Great Lakes, IL. There are five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. There are three brothers, Grover and Clyde of Salesville, Linza of Lewisville and two sisters, Mrs. Lena Miracle of Salesville and Mrs. Vernon Hughes of Minerva, OH. Two sisters and one brother preceded him in death. He was a kind and loving husband and father and will be sadly missed by all who knew him. [The Times Recorder, 27 Jun 1944]

Stasko, Mrs. Susan : Mrs. Susan Stasko, 45, passed away at the Rocky Glenn Sanatorium, McConnelsville, Monday morning at 7:00. Death came after a lingering illness of tuberculosis. Mrs. Stasko had been a patient in the sanatorium since April. This is the second death to have occurred in the family during the past few months, her daughter, Susie having passed away from the same disease. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday morning at 9:00 from the St., Philomena Catholic Church, Rev. Fr. Campbell in charge. Burial was made in the Belle Valley Cemetery by William Estadt, director. Surviving are three daughters, Mary of the Rocky Glenn Sanatorium, Anna of the Mt. Vernon Sanatorium and Elizabeth of Florence, four sons, John of the Rocky Glenn Sanatorium, Andrew, Joe and Steve of the home. [Journal, 05 Jul 1934 pg. 5]

Steed, George : The remains of George Steed, Shadyside, formerly of Woodsfield, were brought to the Oak Lawn Cemetery Wednesday afternoon where the casket was opened and short services held. The deceased passed away very suddenly Sunday morning, death was attributed to a heart attack. He is survived by his wife and eight children, two sisters, Mrs. Adda Madison and Mrs. Margaret Steed, Woodsfield, besides a number of other relatives. Mr. Steed was born and reared in Woodsfield, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Steed. For a number of years he was employed by the Co-operative Transit Company of the Ohio Valley. A member of the Christian Church. Burial was made in the Oak Lawn Cemetery. [Times Recorder, 16 Jun 1944]

Steele, Harold: Harold Steele, 75, of Somerton, died Sunday morning, September 28 at 9 a.m. in Barnesville Hospital. Born near Jerusalem on July 8, 1900, he was the son of Harry and Alice Tomilson Steele. He was a member of the Church of Christ at Somerton, a veteran of World War I, former superintendent of schools at Somerton and a retired funeral director. He was preceded in death by his wife, Olive Gray Steele in 1969. Surviving are on son, Richard of Somerton one daughter, Mrs. Gilbert (Maxine) Peddicord, Barnesville; five grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Friends were received Tuesday evening at the Campbell-Plumly Funeral Home. Services were held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Somerton Church of Christ with Evangelist Danny Lamb officiating, assisted by Rev. Gail Smith. Burial was in Somerton Cemetery. [Barnesville Enterprise, 02 Oct 1975 pg. 2]

Stephen, Celia: Celia E. Stephen, 76, of Barnesville, died Friday in Barnesville Hospital. She was born Sep 2, 1912 in Calais, the daughter of the late Alverine and Sarah Bunting Snyder. She was preceded in death by her husband, Homer; a son, Jimmie. Surviving are two sons, Francis of Canton and Michael of Barnesville; three daughters, Mrs. Joseph (Josephine) Yanok of Rocky River, Mrs. Donald (Eunice) McConnell of Barnesville and Mrs. Glenn (Patsy) Tallman of Woodsfield; three brothers, Dean and George Snyder both of Bethesda and Raymond Snyder of Barnesville; a sister, Mrs. John (Kate) O'Brien of Barnesville; 11 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held today at 1:30 p.m. in Campbell-Plumly Funeral Home Barnesville with Evangelist Warren Lallathin officiating. Burial follows in Crestview Cemetery, Barnesville. [Times Leader, 12 Mar 1989]

Stemm, Jesse O. : Zanesville-Jesse O. Stemm, 82 of 1633 Adamsville Rd., Zanesville, died at 5:50 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, 2003, at Genesis Hospice-Morrison House. He was born Dec. 4, 1920, in Zanesville, son of the late John A. and Sinna {Pierce} Stemm. He served in the U. S. Army during World War ll. He was a member of VFW Post 1058, American Legion Post 29, Eagles Aerie 302. He worked at General Electric and Mosaic Tile. He is survived by his wife, Olive. L. {Krouskoupf} Stemm, of the home; two sons, Rick L. {Judy} Stemm, of Hopewell, and Greg A. {Debra Stemm, Of Zanesville; one daughter, Jacqueline {Bob} Allen, of Zanesville; five brother, Richard, Russell, Ronald, Donald and Virgilo, all of Zanesville; one sister, Juanita English, of Malta; six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, John Stemm; and two sisters, Frances Christman and Emma Thompson. Calling hours will be held 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. today, at Delong-Baker & Lanning Funeral Home, 56 South Fifth St. Zanesville. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, at the Funeral Home, with Pastor John Earhart officiating. Burial will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery. Graveside military services will be held by VFW Post 1058. [Times Recorder, 24 Feb 2003]

Stiles, Irene: Irene Barbe Stiles, 88, Bethesda, died Thursday evening, Feb 11, 1993 in Barnesville Hospital. She was born Jan 1, 1905 in West Virginia, daughter of the late Marion and Rosa Barbe LeMasters. She was a retired school teacher and member of the Bethesda United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband Arlie Stiles; two sisters and two brothers. Surviving are two sons, Robert Stiles of Barnesville and John Stiles of Fort Lauderdale FL., tow grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Friends were received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda on Saturday where services were held Sunday afternoon with Rev. John Jackson officiating. Burial followed in Ebenezer Cemetery. [Barnesville Enterprise pg. 2, 17 Feb 1993]

Stiles, Mrs. Phebe D. : Mrs. Phebe D. Stiles, Cambridge, died at 2:10 p.m. Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William T. Dixon. She was born Aug. 17, 1862, and lived in the community of Slaughter Hill School all her life. She married William D. Stiles Aug 15, 1889, and he died in 1905. She had been ill one year and seriously ill the last seven weeks. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. William T. Dixon, at whose home she died; one brother, S. W. Stage of Byesville and one sister, Mrs. Victoria Newman, Cambridge. Five brothers and four sisters are deceased. She had been a member of the Center Methodist Church since 1874. The funeral services will be conducted by Rev. John McLeod of the Old Cambridge Baptist Church at 2:00 Wednesday. Burial will be held at Center. [Times Recorder, 05 Sep 1939 pg. 2]

Stillwell, Enos : Enos Stillwell died at the home of his son, B. C. on the Richard Evans farm, three miles north, at 8 pm Monday of this week. Funeral at 11 am Wednesday, from the Wesley M. E. Chapel two miles out of Sugartree Ridge, conducted by Rev. Burber. Mr. Stillwell was afflicted with total blindness, was ninety-six years of age and sick but three days. Cause of death advanced age with lagrippe. Interment in Wesley Chapel cemetery. [Dispatch, Friday, Hillsboro Ohio, Feb 22, 1907]

Stitt, Nancy Talbott : Miss Nancy Talbott Stitt, 78,died Sunday at 11:45 pm. at her home in Cambridge OH. She was a teacher in the Cambridge Schools for over 40 years. Born in Cambridge, the youngest child of John and Temperance Stitt, pioneers of this community, she attended school here and graduated from Cambridge High School in 1882, and began her teaching career in a property known as Dewey Avenue. Later she taught in a school on Madison Ave. the present site of the First U. B. Church. Her last position was that of principal of the Lofland School, which she held from the time of its erection until her retirement in 1927. She was outstanding among the early educators of the community, retaining her interest in educational affairs throughout her lifetime. Being very hospitable, she had many visitors and a large correspondence. Three sisters passed away some years ago, Mrs. John K. Casey, Mrs. James Troette and Mrs. John F. Stout, Omaha, Neb. A number of nieces and nephews survive. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the home by Rev. Lester S. Evans, and burial will be made in City Cemetery beside the graves of her parents. The body will be returned to the late home from the Scott Funeral Home Tuesday. [Times Recorder, 29 Feb 1944]

Stotler, Chalmer P. : Chamler P. Stotler, 84, of Crooksville passed away at 9 p.m. Sunday, December 3 at Crooksville following a brief illness. He was born April 11, 1883 near Congo, a son of Charles Albert and Margaret Teal Stotler. He was preceded in death by the parents, his wife Bertha, in 1945 and a brother Harley. Mr. Stotler was a former Presiding Minister of the Jehovah's Witnesses and was an assistant in the administration of the Crooksville China Co. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Glenn (Lilia) Young of Crooksville. The body was taken to the Fred L. Cannon and Sons Funeral Home where friends were received. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home with John Kocher officiating. Burial was in Iliff Cemetery at McLuney. [Perry County Tribune 06 Dec 1967]

Stout, Raymond Cecil : Funeral services will be held at the Church of God at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon for Raymond Cecil Stout, 34, who died at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at his home here following an illness of 10 years. Rev. James Diggins will officiate. Burial will be made in Oakfield Cemetery by J. G. Blower. Mr. Stout was born and reared at Rendville. He was member of the Church of God and also of James A. Garfield lodge, K. of P. Surviving are his parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stout of Corning; two brothers, Rolland and Clarence Stout of Columbus, and his grandfather, C. J. Weaver of Rendville. [Times Recorder, 04 Sep 1939 pg.2]

Strahl, John W.: John W. Strahl, Sr. 82, Morristown, died Jan 12, 1992 in Wheeling Hospital. He was born Nov 27, 1909 at Morristown, son of the late Chesell and Uella Strahl. He was a protestant and retired employee of the Ohio Department of Transportation. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Margaret Conway Strahl; three brothers, Chesell, Morton and Russell; one sister, Mary Henderson Robinson. Surviving are three sons, John W. Strahl Jr. of Lafferty, James Strahl of Woodsfield and Ronald Strahl of Beallsville; two daughters, Patricia Allen of Dayton and Sandra Motz of Cincinnati; 10 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Services are being held at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Morristown today Jan 15, at 1 p.m. with Rev. John Jackson officiating. Burial will follow in Union Cemetery, Morristown. [Barnesville Enterprise xx Jan 1992 pg. 2]

Strahl, Russell: Russell (Sam) Strahl, 75, Morristown, died this morning in Ohio Valley Medical Center, Wheeling. He was born Sept 11, 1916 at Morristown, a son of the late Daniel Chessell and Louella Gross Strahl. He was a retired bartender from Wayne's Tavern at Morristown, a member of St. Clairsville VFW and American Legion. He was also a veteran of the U. S. Army of World War II. Surviving are a brother, John Strahl of Morristown. He was preceded in death by two brothers, C. Chessel Strah and Morton Strahl. Friends will be received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Morristown, Wednesday 7 to 9 p.m. where services will be held Thursday at 1 p.m. with the Rev. John Jackson officiating. Burial follows in Morristown Union Cemetery. [Times Leader 05 Nov 1991]

Straight, Lester: Lester (Leck) Straight, 74, Morristown, died Thursday at home. He was born May 15, 1917 in Kirkwood Twp. son of the late Clarence and Leona Goodnight Straight. He was a retired employee of Consolidated Coal Co., a member of the Morristown United Methodist Church and Hazen Lodge at Bethesda. Surviving are his wife, Ruth Dunn Straight; two sons, Robert of California and Kevin of Morristown; a daughter Mrs. Eugene (Debbie) Burkhart of Temperanceville; six grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Freddy Straight, four brothers and a sister. Friends will be received 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Morristown, where services will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday with the Rev. Dr. Jack Visser officiating. Burial follows in Ebenezer Cemetery.

Straight, Mrs. Anna: Mrs. Anna Straight, 95, Antioch Ohio, died Sunday in the Jones Nursing Home, Middlebourne, WV. She was born in Monroe County, Nov 22, 1876, a daughter of the late Robert Allen and Ellen long Allen. She was a member of the West Union Church of Christ. Preceded in death by her husband, Urias Straight, in 1943, she is survived by two sons, I. M. Straight of Antioch, Mansel Straight of Paden City, WV., six grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Margaret Moellen of Houston, TX. A daughter Mrs. Jocelyn Hickman, preceded her in death in 1955. Friends are being received at the Bauer-Turner Funeral Home, Woodsfield, where services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. with burial in West Union Cemetery, near Sardis. [Times Leader, 10 Jan 1972 pg. 2]

Stringer, Mrs. Alice Jordan Darrow: Last rites for Mrs. Alice Jordan Darrow Stringer, 78, were held Sunday afternoon at 1:30 at the Williamson Methodist Church in Jackson Township, Noble County with the Rev. E. R. Kolar of the Macksburg-Dexter City charge officiating. Interment was made in the church cemetery. Her husband W. E. Stringer survives with seven sons and daughters. They are N. E. Stringer of Louisville, O., H. E. Stringer of Canton; C. W. Stringer of Coal Run; Mrs. A. T. Morris of Sharon; Mrs. William McCarty and Mrs. James Pound of Columbus. There are 20 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren and five brothers and sisters. Mrs. Stringer died at the family home on Friday afternoon at 2:20 following a stroke of paralysis which she suffered on Friday at 10:30 from which she did not rally. [Times Recorder, 22 Oct 1940]

Strous, Jessie Alberta: Jessie Alberta Strous, 73, Barnesville, died Tuesday morning, April 20, 1993 at Barnesville Hospital. She was born Sept 27,1919 in Tacoma, daughter of the late Joseph William and Mary Ethel Doudna Wylie. She was a member of First United Methodist Church, Barnesville and the Cypress Twig. She was preceded in death by her husband, Earl D. (Sam) Strous and one sister. Surviving are three sons, William, Gary and Richard all of Barnesville one daughter, Mrs. Dale (Sharon) Hendershot of Woodsfield; two sisters, Myrtle Rowley and Grace Clark, both of Barnesville; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services were held Thursday at the Campbell-Plumly-Milburn Funeral Home with Rev. Charles Kirkpatrick officiating. Burial followed in Ebenezer Cemetery, Bethesda. [Barnesville Enterprise, 29 Apr 1993]

Sumption, Edith Price: Edith Price Sumption, 91, Bethesda, died this morning at the home of her daughter. She was born March 10, 1898 at Bethesda, daughter of the late George and Emma Phillips Price. She was a member of the Chestnut Level Christian Church, Senior Citizens at Bethesda, Homemakers Extension and American Legion Auxiliary at Belmont. She was preceded in death by her husband, Fred Harold Sumption and two children Dean and Mary Sumption. Surviving are a daughter, Frances Aldinger of Alliance; a son, George Sidney of Dothon, Ala.; four grandchildren. Friends received at the Kelly-Kemp Funeral Home, Bethesda, Saturday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., where services will be Sunday at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Bob Fulton officiating. Burial follows in Chestnut Level Cemetery. [Times Leader, 04 Aug 1989]

Swann, Mrs. E. F.: It is with a feeling of personal sorrow that we record the death of our esteemed friend, Mrs. E. F. Swann, which occurred at her home in Allegheny, PA., Wednesday night. Mrs. Swann had been in poor health the greater part of her life but until last fall was able to attend to her household duties, as usual. In October she came to Barnesville and Fairview to visit relatives and friends and while here was taken sick and had to return home. Since that time she has been confined to her room and those who ministered so devotedly and lovingly to her comfort felt that she who had made home a heaven to them would soon pass into the great unknown, Mrs. Swann was one of earth’s noble women. Possessing a mind of unusual brightness and depth combined with a sweet and gentle disposition she wielded an influence for untold good and was honored and beloved by all that knew her. In her home life she was an ideal wife and mother and the atmosphere of love and peace which she created made her fireside not only a home of rest to her own family but to all who entered the threshold. Truly of Mrs. Swann it may be said none knew her but to love her, and she leaves to her husband and children the memory of a pure and blameless life and the world is the better for her having lived. Our hearts go out in tender sympathy to the bereaved husband, sons and daughter in the sad loss they have sustained. [Barnesville Enterprise, 1895]

Swackhamer, Betty R. : Betty R. Swackhamer, 79, of 3697 Ohio 93 NE, Crooksville, died at 9:35 a.m. Monday, January 12, 2005, at Genesis Bethesda Hospital after extended illness. She was born Feb.8, 1924, in McLuney, a former employee of Aid for the Aged in New Lexington and served as payroll clerk and secretary for Lempco in New Lexington for 38 years. She was a member of Iliff United Methodist Church at McLuney, she served on the administrate board, sang in the choir ,was a member of the United Methodist Women and Mogelka Class. Mrs. Swackhamer was also a member of Carnation Chapter 167 OES in New Lexington. Surviving are her husband of 59 years, Rodney Swackhamer; and very special friends, David & Lori Dalrymple & Mollie White, all of Crooksville. She was preceded in death by her parents, Charlie Sutton and Beatrice Baughman Sutton Fox. Calling hours will be 2-4 and 6-8 pm today at Goebel Funeral Home, 36 N. Buckeye Street, Crooksville with Carnation Chapter 167 OES holding services at 7:30 pm. Services will be held at 1 pm Thursday, Jan. 15, 2005, at Iliff United Methodist Church, 3992Flint Ridge Rd. NE, Crooksville with Dr. Marilyn Murphree officiating. Burial will be in Iliff Cemetery.

Swackhamer, Rodney D. : Rodney D. Swackhamer, 84, of 3679 Ohio 93 NE, Crooksville, died Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 16, 2005 at his residence after a sudden illness.
Born Aug. 9, 1920, in Perry County, he was a retired employee of Central Ohio Coal Co. and a member of Iliff United Methodist Church in McLuney, where he was a member of the choir and was the Sunday school superintendent, and on the Iliff Church Administrative Board. He was also the president of Men of Vision, a 50-year member of Peerless Lodge 591 F&AM, Valley of Cambridge Scottish Rite, and a former Union Steward and a 50-year member of UMWA.
Surviving are special friends and neighbors, David and Lori Dalrymple; a sister, Orletta DeMouthle of Jefferson, N.C.; his caregiver, Mollie White of Crooksville; and his dog, Betsy Jo. He was preceded in death by his wife of 59 years, Betty Ruth Sutton Swackhamer, who died Jan. 12, 2005; his parents, Homer E. and Juliette Miller Swackhamer; and his aunt, Mary Bell Swackhamer. Calling hours will be held from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. today, Feb. 18, at the Goebel Funeral Home, 36 N. Buckeye St., Crooksville, where Peerless Lodge 591 will hold services at 8 p.m. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 19, 2005, at the Iliff United Methodist Church in McLuney, with Dr. Marilyn Murphree officiating. Burial will follow in Iliff Cemetery. [Zanesville Times Recorder, 18 Feb 2005]

Swett, Leo W.: WARREN Leo W. Swett, 82, died Friday, Nov. 19, in the Radius Healthcare Center in Southbridge. He leaves one son, Leo B. Swett of Warren; one daughter, Marie F. Swett of Warren; two brothers, George Swett of Gilbertville and Robert Swett of Bangor, ME; three sisters, Francis Christman and Mary Swett of Warren and Helen Blake of Springfield and many nieces and nephews. His wife of 40 years, Marie A. (Olsen) Swett died in 1987. Four siblings, Clarence, Stephen, Rufus and Edith Swett also predeceased him. He was born in Worcester, son of the late Clarence S. and Myrtle I. (Hawkes) Swett and lived most of his life in Warren. He graduated from the former Warren High School. Mr. Swett was a carpenter for many years for the Warren Pumps Co. in Warren. He was also the former Deputy Chief in Warren for 13 years. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign War, Post 8606 of West Warren. He formerly was a member of the Board of Health for many years and of St. Stanislaus Society of West Warren. He was a WWII Army Veteran. He enjoyed deep-sea fishing, gardening, cooking and especially enjoyed the companionship of his dogs. Funeral Services will be held Monday, Nov. 22, at 11:00 AM in the Varnum Funeral Home, Inc., 43 East Main St., West Brookfield. Burial will be in Pine Grove Cemetery in Warren. Calling hours will be held Sunday, Nov. 21, from 2 to 5 PM in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Warren Fire Department Ambulance, P. O. Box 608, Warren, MA 01083. [Worcester Telegram & Gazette, 20 Nov 2005]

Szypkowski, Charles J.: Charles J. Szypkowski,53, RD 2, Bloomingdale, husband of Rosetta (Rose) Szypkowski, died Saturday at 2 p.m. at Ohio Valley Hospital, Steubenville. He was born March 4, 1918 at Dillonvale,m a son of the late Marion and Frances Szypkowski. He was a member of the Fifth Street United Methodist Church of Steubenville, the Weirton 25 Year Club, and had been enployed in the Open Hearth Dept. Weirton Steel Corp. Surviving in addition to his wife, are his step-mother, Mrs. Julia Szypkowski of Dillonvale; two daughters, Mrs. Bert (Kathy) Ault of Steubenville and Rosetta of the home; one grandchild; two brothers, Frank and Stanley, both of Dillonvale. Friends will be received at the Dunlope Funeral Home, Wintersville, today and Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the funeral home with Rev. Mr. Oren T. Breedlove and Rev. Sam Firm officiating. Burial in Richmond Union Cemetery, Richmond, Ohio. [Times Leader, 10 Jan 1972 pg. 2]



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