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   Star-News (Newspaper) - April 21, 1964, Pasadena, California                               22- st.r.H.ws lEHBFORD-Elton Hereford ol Tunday, April 31, m< Mariposa Manor, Altadena passed- tiway April 19, 1904. She s survived by two sons, Robert 0. Hereford of Altadena and Brice Hereford of New lersey; also six grandchildren. CAKD OF. THANKS I to thank all my friends who sent messages and offered comfort In my bereavement over the loss of my .son, Hayward Fulbright. Signed, MRS.: GEORGE CCUNCE ANTHONY 1-ec R. Antlwny, husband of Bettina F. An- tliony of 617 Story Place, Alham- bra, passed away April 20, 1964. Besides his wife he is survived by a daughter, Carol, and son, Richard Anthony; brother, Mark J. Anthony; a sister, Mrs. Wil- liam J. Donahue. Rosary Tues- day p.m. and Requiem Mass 9 a.m., both at St. Therese Church, Alhambra. In- terment Resurrection Cemetery, Wendell P. Cabot Sons, direc- tors. BALL Fredrica C. Ball of 346 E. Pentagon, Altadena, passed away April 20, 1D64, at a local hospital. She had been a resident of this vicinity the past 20 years. Survived by her hus band, Dr. George H. Ball, and sister, Mrs. Jacqueline Chiefel- bein. Services will be held Wed- nesday, April 22 at 3 p.m. at Lamb Funeral Home, 415 E. Or- ange Grove Blvd., conducted by Dr. Max M. Morrison. Inter- ment private.____ BONTY Edward V. Bonly, 4585 Logan Ave., San Diego, passed away April 19, 1964. A native of Lincoln. Services will be Wednesday April 22 at 3 p.m. at Utter-Mc- Cinlcy, Pasadena Chapel, 825 Hast Orange Grove -Blvd. Rev. Varren C. McClain officiating. Interment private. Mrs. Lucy Mazzco of 2001 Jefferson Drive, passed away April 21, 1S64. She is sur- vived by her son, Thomas Tor- ora; two daughters, Mrs. Mary S. Lyon and Mrs. Walter Sebes and six grandchildren. Funeral arrangements later by Wendell P. Cabot Sons. Woods McConnell of 1495 Paloma, passed away April 20, 196J, at i local hospital. A native of Iowa, she had been a resident of this vicinity the past GO years. Survived by sister, Hazel W. Dale of Manhattan Beach; three nephews and two nieces. Serv- ices will be held Thursday April 23 at 10 a.m. at All Saints Episcopal Church, conducted by he Rev. Sidney E. Sweet. En- ombment Mountain View Maus- oleum. Friends who wish may contribute lo Ihe American Can- cer Society. Lamb Funeral di- rectors in charge. MclNTYJIE Mr. Jesse F. Mc- Intyre of 84 S. Allen Avo. pass- ed away April 20, 1964. He is sur- vived by his wife, Mabel J. Me Intyro; two daughters, Frances and ay. Wells of Graton, Calif., and Mrs. C. C. Montgomery Memorial Rites Held Memorial services for Mrs. Charles C. (Mona) Montgomery, widow of Superior Court Judge Charles C. Montgomery, late of Pasadena and San Marino, were icld Monday, at St. Luke's of he Mountains Episcopal Church, La Crescenta. Tlie Boone Sadler officiated. Mrs. Montgomery, 86, died Friday after a short illness. Born in Minonk, 111., she was educated In Germany, Ferry Hall, Wise., and Stanford Uni- versity, where she was a mem- ber of the Delta Gamma Soror- ity. In 1809 where her late husband was city attorney before his ap- pointment to the bench; The Montgomery family moved to Pasadena In 1918 and look nn active part In the Val- ley Hunt Club, Annandalc Golf Club, She and her husband and their children moved to Sierra Madre California Country the past 48 years. Survived by her sisters, Miss Otilda Held is survived ty hin wife, Mrs. Gladys Bonty; daughter. Miss Sophia J. Bonty; son, Edward Bonty Jr.; fathci, Thurman Bonty; six sisters, Airs. Bolivia Green, Mrs. Mary Alice Arm strong, Mrs. Phyllis E. Taylor Mrs. Gloria Visor, Mrs. Lois former resident of Pasadena, he Mrs. Louisa J. La Belle of Tern and Miss Mlnnette Held, both ol Pasadena; a brother Fred Held of Liesure Beach, and two nieces Mrs. Pauline Green of Oakhurst, Calif, and Mrs. Ruth Marrkell, Laguna Beach, a nephew, Bud Miller of Oakhurst, Calif., and her grandson Lawrence Leath of Duarte. Services will be private. Friends who wish may make .onations to their favorite char- ty. Ivcs Warren Co., 100 North Hill Ave., directors. VKBB James B. Webb of 16515 Felice Drive, Rancho Bernardo, San Diego, passed away April 20, 1964. He was a native of Oak Park, 111., and lad recently returned from Ara- bia after 15 years as Manager of Parts Maintenance for Services p.m. Thursday at RAMCC, Standard Oil. He is sur- Club and the Los Angales Ath- letic Club, where Mrs. Mont- gomery was devoted to Red Cross service during World War I. Judge Montgomery, served as standing master in the U.S. Dis- trict Court In Los Angeles for many years and was on Ihe Superior Court bench of Los An- goles Counly. After his death in 1943 Mrs. Montgomery lived with her daughter in Montrose. She is survived by a son, Charles C. Monlgomery Jr., of Burbank; her daughter, Mrs. Helen M. Pearson of Montrose; six grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. pie City; also five grandchildren the Chapel of Edwards Cum mings, 317 Lincoln Ave., con ducted by Rev. Marvin Jacobs Interment View Ceme tery. Talley, Mrs. Arlene Clark, all Miniaci of 73; of Pasadena, and other relatives. Services Thursday 1 p.m. Woods- Valentine Mortuary Chapel, 1455 N. Fair Oaks Ave., Rev. V. L. Southview, Arcadia, passed away April 20, 1964. Survived }y her husband, Albert and one son Frank Miniaci; two grand- Brenson officiating. Interment sons, one granddaughter; one Mountain View Cemetery. CARNBR Laura May Carner, beloved wife of Earl Carner, mother of Jerald Carner. Serv- ices Wednesday, p.m. at Christian Missionary Alliance Church, Pasadena. Klinker Mortuary, directors. ELLIS Mrs. Mabel S. Ellis of 1384 Norlh Marengo Avc. passed away April 17, 19C4. She is survived by- her husband Lynn Ellis; two brothers, Wyley J. Shannon of Van Nuys and W. M. Ray Shannon, M.D., of Min- nesota; three sisters, Ethel E. Noltimier of Minnesota, Mlsf Betty Shannon of New York and Grace Skinner of Beverly Hills Services 2 p.m. Wednesday at the chapel of Edwards and Cum mings, 317 Lincoln Ave., con ducted by the Rev. Howard M Ott of the Washington Boulevard Methodist Church, of which Mrs. Ellis was a member for many years. Interment Sunnysida Cemetery, Long Beach. ELY Anna Kress Ely, resi- dent of Pasadena for 60 years passed away April 20, 196'1. She was a native of San Fran- cisco, member of First Con- gregational Church, San Fran- cisco, and the College Woman's Club. Private cremation took place today. Ives Warren Co 100 North Hill Avc., director. brother, Joseph Gallal and one sister, Mildred Ranallo. Recita- tion of the Rosary Wednesday, 8 p.m. in the chapel of the Glasser Miller Mortuary, 500 South First Ave., Arcadia. Requiem mass Thursday, a.m. in Ihe Church of the Holy Angels. PICKLE Miss Dorothy Pickle of 715 No. Electric Avo., Alhambra. Born in Uc- catur, resident of this area -19 years. She was organist at St. fames Presbyterian Church, San Gabriel. Survived by her mother, vived by his wife, Evelyn (Torchy) Webb; sisters, Mrs. Jo- seph (Virginia) Henion, Pasa- dena, Mrs. William (Mary) Shil- ling of Visalia, Mrs. R. B. (Ber- nice) Spawn of Tulare; brother, '.ichard K. Webb of Boulder, Colo. Services 2 p.m. Thursday m Memory Chapel, Ives War- ren Co., 100 N. Hill Ave. Friends may call at the mortuary from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednes- day. WELLS Enirna" Wells of N. Marengo, Alhambra, pass- ed away April 20, 3964. A native of Germany, she had been a res- ident of this vicinity the past 57 years. Survived by her daugh- ter, Mrs. Orma Stores of San Pedro; two sisters, Mrs. Mary A. Kasten and Mrs. Margaret E. Wagner, Loth of Pasadena; and one brother, William F. As- mus of Glendale; also two grand- Fimeral Rites Scheduled for Dorothy Pickle Funeral services for Dorothy E. Pickle, a San Gabriel Valley resident for 49 years and who was well known in music circles, will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday at the St. James Presbyterian Church of San Gabriel. The Revs. George Wilson and Walter Gerber will officiate at the rites. Burial will be at the San Gabriel Cemetery. Miss Pickle died Monday at her home at 715 N. Electric Ave., Alhambra. Before living in Al- hambra, she had resided in South Pasadena and Pasadena. She was a native of Docatur, III. CALL AN EXPERT illttitUis Alua. Sctetn t Waiovn ALUMINUM SCREE reen Doors. Louvre free Ciipenteiinj CARPENTRY UNITED-RUBBISH CO. Remove rubbish 4V debris Kinds, also fade out fries Tots, m guarantee all work. rales are Iht lowest. SY 8-o491 eJ oil SPECIAL WARD HAULING CLEANUP move frees, Reitcble. No lot, i large or sm. Free csllmoles. SY 3-4974 Repair or remodel, also fences, polnllrtB onJ i work. Mrs. Lillian M. Pickle, one brother, Earl W. Pickle of Or- ange and a sister Mrs. George R. Oakes of Illinois and other relatives. Services 3 p.m. Wed- nesday at St. James Presbyteri an Church. The Eev. George Wilson and the Rev. Walter Ger- ber officiating. Turner Stevens Alhambra, directors. Friends nay contribute to the American Cancer Society. SCOFIELD Kenneth A. Sco field, husband of Nell K. Sco field, of So. Oakland Avc passed away April ID, 19G4. He was a World War I veteran, a member 'of American Legion, Post No. 280 and East Pasadena Senior Citizens. He is survived by his children, Kleanor, Alan Kathleen, Shelia, Susan, Martin, Joel, Stephen, Denis Scofield; children. Services will be held Thursday, April 23, at 1 p.m. at Lamb Funeral Home, 415 E. Orange Grove Blvd., conducted by Kev. Harley C. Gelhaus. In- erment Inglewood Memorial Dark. She had taught organ and pia- no and was accompanist for sev- eral choral groups and soloists. At the time of her death she was organist of the St. James Pres- byterian Church in San Gabriel. Survivors include her mother, Mrs. Lillian M. Pickle of Al- hambra; a brother, Earl W. Pickle of Orange, sis- ter, Mrs. George R. Oaks of Decalur, 111.; four nieces, four nephews, 14 great nieces and nephews and one great great niece. Turner and Stevens Mortuary in Alliambra are directors in charge. Contributions may ,be made to the American Cancer ociety. IN'-LOVING MEMORY o E our dear mother PEARL RHODES BORGES Who went to be with her lord April 17th at a.m. She was a resident of Pasadena for 3 years and will be laid to res Tuesday, April 21st at Bennett Cc-meta'ry, Shelbyville, Indiana Bernice Karst June Gavras Tom Bud Rhodes FITZNEB Emma Fitzner of sisters, Mrs. Aileen Simkins, Baldwin, Arcadia, passed away April 20, 1964. Sur- vived by two sons, Emil of Pas- adena and August of Temple City. Services 11 a.m. Wednes- day at Lee R. Hill Mortuary, Temple City. Interment Live Oaks Cemetery. I1ECHT Sarah M. Hecht of Orange Grove, Circle, passed away April 19, 1964. A native of Lena, El., she had been a resi- dent of Pasadena 44 years. She Ss survived by two daughters, Mrs. James H. Harris of Pasa- 'dena and Mrs. Herbert Duben- horst of San Francisco; one son, Kenneth Hecht of San Pedro; four grandchildren. Private serv- ices will be held, Turner Ste- vens Co., directors.___________ NUMERAL DIRECTORS 1 MOUNTAIN VIEW MORTUARY 2400 N. Fair Oaks SY 4-7133 WEATHER Posodtna Wwlher Slollstlcs: April 1964. Minimum 43. Maximum 47.A'. 8 ajn. 5jn -CO Sunset ond Sun sets lodav at 4i3u p.m. Sun tomorrow at Mrs. Helen Guffy, Mrs. Norman Johnson, Mrs. Leland Snider; Low Tl! two brother s, Vernon and M Charles Scofield; and four grandchildren. Rosary Tuesday 7 p.m. at Wendell P. Cabot Sons chapel, 27 Chestnut St. Requiem Mass on Wednesday, a.m. at St. Andrew's Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. SORENSON Mrs. Margaret Sorenson, wife of Samuel Sor- enson, passed away April 19, 19G-I. Rosary Wednesday T-.OO p.m. at Wendell P. Cabot Sons v'; chapel, 27 Chestnut St. Requiem Mass Thursday, a.m. aim St. Andrew's Church. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. STONEY-Rachel Stoney of 401 Punahou St., Altadena, passer away April 20, 1964, at a local hospital. A native of Wisconsin she had been a resident of this Maximum M, o p.m. 63. Retallve hu- zTl9iS.''Mlnlmom At o.m. PASADENA WATER DEPT. Tides Tomorrow REYNOLDS MORTUARY 156 N, Marengo SY M301 vicinity the past 4G years. Sur vivcd by one daughter, Chiltcnden of A'.tadena; sons; Wesley S. Storey of South ;San Gabriel, Frank C. Stoney' low clouds near coast. Low tonlntil 50. Point la Mexican Borfler- Anna May Ely, Resident Here Since 1904, Dies Mrs. Anna May Ely, of LeRoy D. Ely, former principal of Pasadena High School, died Monday at Mar Linda Convales- cent Home after an extended ill- ness. She was 91 years old "am a native of San Francisco. At Mrs. Ely's written request, no funeral services will be held. Mr. and Mrs. Ely were mar- ried July 16, 1901, when they lo Pasadena to reside at 433 N. E! Molir.o Ave. in a home he had designed. Tliere they ived until his passing in Sep- tember, ID'iS. Both Mr. and Mrs. Ely were active civic workers for many years, he as a school leacher, artist, designer of many Tourna- ment of Roses floats and as an interior decorator after retiring from local schools. Mrs. Ely was active in the Community Chest, YWCA, First Congrega- tional Churcli and the College Women's Club. Mrs. Ely was in business here for a number of years as an importer of art materials, espe- cially Chinese. She leaves no relatives. Mrs. Davitt Services Held Private services have been held for Mrs. Florence Keetch Davilt, a South Pasadena resi- dent for 54 years. A native Californian, Mrs. Davitt was the daughter of the late Superior Court Judge and Mrs. Arthur Keetch, residents of South Pasadena for over 40 years. Mrs. Davitt, a resident of 1429 Lyndon Ave., was a graduate of WOODS-VALENTINE MORTUARY J455 N. Fair Oaks SY 8-8941 TURNER i STEVENS L south Pasadena and Carl J. 95 N. Marengo SY 3-4156 Stoney of Glendale; five grand- :hildren. She was a member of he Pasadena Temple No. 4 Py hian Sisters; Helen Gould Aux- liary Spanish American War Veterans. Services Vrill be held Thursday, April 23 at 10 a.m at Lamb Funeral Home, 415 East Orange Grove Blvd. In lerment Mountain View Cem 27 Chestnut CABOT SONS SY 3-7159 EDWARDS CUMMINCS 317 Lincoln SY 6-5367 LAMB FUNERAL HOME 415 L Orange Grove SY 3-3159 10QN.' 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