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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - April 25, 1988, Indiana, Pennsylvania CHARLES JULOCK 75 of Clymer died Saturday April in the Indi ana Hospital The son of Andrew and Anna Ketrick Jutock he was born on June 26 1913 in Green Township Mr Julock was a member of St Mi chaels Orthodox Greek Catholic Church Ciymer and the UMW of A Local 1269 of Bakerton and the LOOM 833 Dixonville He was employed as head electrician for Krohck Coal Imperial Coal Co and Barnes and Tucker before retiring in Surviving are his wife Mary Hasleeo Julock Clymer five children Mrs Ronald Shirley Gibson Triangle Va Fred and John both of Clymer RD 2 Mrs Chris Barb Davis Clymer and Mrs Fred Debra Knapik Cherry Tree RD I 15 grandchildren and eight broth ers and sisters Mrs John Mary Yanka sky Ridgeway Mrs Steve Anna Bilun ka Sharon Mrs Pete Katherine Maru sa Michael Nick and Mrs John Pappal all of Dixonville Mrs Eva Stango Coal Run and Mrs John Julia Cinibola North Huntington He was preceded in death by his par ents one daughter Mary Jane and two brothers Pete and John Friends will be received from 79 today and from 35 and 79 Tuesday at the Bence Funeral Home Clymer where a Parastas service will be held at today and a funeral service at Tuesday Requeim Divine Lit urgy will be celebrated at 10 am Wednesday in St Michaels Church by the Rev Fr Robert Salley as the cele brant Interment will be in the church cemetery near Clymer PETER J MIKESKA 80 of Coral died Saturday April 23 1988 in the Indiana Hospital The son of John and Eva Pollock Mikes ka he was born on Jan 31 1908 in Josephine Mr Mikeska was a member of St Francis Roman Catholic Church Grace ton and a member of the UMWA Local 1619 Graceton CoralGraceton Sports mans Club and a 20year member of the CoralGraceton Fire Department He was a coal miner having worked for Coal Co and Crighton Coal Co for 50 years before retiring in 1963 Surviving are his wife Mary Usko Mikeska Coral one son John New bury Ohio four daughters Mrs Dorothy Thayer Coral Mrs Clarence Mary Thomas Blairsville Mrs Glenn Judy Smyers Coral and Mrs Wilbur Patty Fisher Josephine 19 grandchil dren 22 greatgrandchildren and one sister Elizabeth Mikeska Czechoslova kia He was preceded in death by his par ents one daughter Sophie one grand daughter one brother John and one sis ter Mary Gallo Friends will be received from 24 and 7 9 today at the BowserAskew Funer al Home Homer City where a parish ro sary will be recited at 7 today A prayer service will be held at the funeral home at 9 Tuesday followed by Mass of Christian Burial at at St Francis Roman Catholic Church with the Rev Fr Elmer Kacinko as the celebrant Interment will be in St Francis church cemetery LARRY J MELV1N 48 of 4 Oakwood Circle Camp Hill formerly of Indiana died Sunday April 24 1983 at the Holy Spirit Hospital Camp Hill Mr Melvin was a member of the Church of the Good Shepherd Camp Hill and the president of the Hampden Youth Baseball Association Mr Melvin was the former owner of General HydraulicsInc and Associated Masonry Inc Surviving are his wife Karen L Mel vin Camp Hill one son Larry J Camp Hill two daughters Mrs Laurie M Gottdiner Camp Hill and Lisa at home his parents Indiana one grand son and two brothers David Camp Hill and Cecil Mechanicsburg Friends will be received from 79 Tuesday at the MyersHall Funeral Home Camp Hill Mass of Christian Buri al will be celebrated at 10 Wednes day in the Church of the Good Shepherd with the Rev David L Dannecker as the celebrant Interment will follow in the Rolling Green Memorial Park Camp Hill Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society Cumber land County Unit 117 N Hanover Carlisle PA 17013 or to the Save the Bay Foundation Suite 815 Heritage Building 1001 E Main Richmond VA FRANCIS J D1XSON 82 of Clymer died Sunday April 24 1988 in Miners Hospital Spangler The son of Frank and Catherine Ruffing Dixson he was born on April 8 1906 in Creekside Mr Dixson was a member and past elder of the Clymer Presbyterian Church and was a member of the UMW of A Lo cal He was employed for many years by H Swank Refractory Mines Surviving are his wife Margaret Clark Dixson and several nieces and nephews He was preceded in death by his par ents three brothers Albert Edward and Stanley and four sisters Anna and Sarah Dixson Mrs Clair Alexander and Mrs Harry Margaret Wallace Friends will be received from 79 today at the Bence Funeral Home Clymer where funeral services will be held at 1 Tuesday The Rev Bruce Shannon will officiate with interment fol lowing in Greenwood Cemetery Indiana MARTHA HETRICK HARTMAN 68 of St Andrews Village Indiana formerly of Marion Center died Sunday April 1988 at St Andrews Village The daughter of Alexander and Martha Travis Comba she was born on March 19 1920 in Allegheny Township Allegheny County Mrs Hartman attended the Harmony United Presbyterian Church Penn Run and had resided in Marion Center for sev en years before moving to St Andrews Village in 1983 Surviving are her husband Frank Hartman Indiana two sons SMSgt C Eugene Hetrick Air Force Oki nawa Japan Robert V Hetrick Home several grandchildren one sister Mrs Laticia Viletto Freeport and many nieces and nephews She was preceded in death by her first husband Clair N Hetrick one sister Alma Ruggeri and one brother Edvey Friends will be received from 24 and 7 9 today at the BowserMinich Funer al Home Indiana where funeral services will be held at 1 Tuesday with the Rev R Bruce Shannon officiating Inter ment will follow in the Marion Center Me morial Cemetery ROBERT T WALTENBAUGH 75 for merly of Rochester Mills died Sunday April at Indian Haven Indiana The son of Robert Lee and Annie Kamerer Waltenbaugh he was born on Sept at East Brady Surviving are a number of cousins He was preceded in death by his par ents Friends will be received one hour prior to services which will be held at 11 Tuesday at the Frank T Mihalcik Funer al Home Indiana Captain Robert Carney of The Salvation Army Citedal will offici ate with interment to follow in the Craw ford Cemetery CriswiU Butler County ANNAE BONDI 81 Rural Valley died Friday April at her home Friends will be received from 24 and 7 9 today in the Gerald J Bishop Fu neral Home Rural Valley where a wake service will be held at 8 Mass of Christian Burial will be cele brated at 10 Tuesday in St Marys Church Yatesboro with Rev Fr Vince Gigliotti celebrant Interment will follow in the church cemetery ELMER F GORDON 73 of 1370 Water Indiana died Saturday April at the Indiana Hospital The son of Harry and Mary Long Gor don he was born April at Denni Mr Gordon was formerly of the Young wood area and had been residing in Indi ana since 1954 He was a member of the Robertshaw Management Club Mr Gordon was a retired employee of the former Robertshaw Co of Indiana Surviving are his wife Dorothy Brdar Gordon whom he married on Nov 21 1944 four children Mrs Walter Mary Catherine Blucas Girard Ohio John Jeff State College Mrs George San dra Halsey and Richard both of Redd ing five grandchildren a Edwin Jeannette and a sister Mrs John Luella Harner Uhricsville Ohio He was preceded in death by his par ents Friends are being received from 24 and 79 today at the Frank T Mihal cik Funeral Home Indiana where services will be conducted for him at 1 Tuesday with the Rev Paul N Wil kins officiating Interment will follow in the Serbian Orthodox Cemetery at Youngwood CHARLES THOMAS KILGORE 59 of Smicksburg died Sunday April 24 1988 in the Punxsutawney Area Hospital The son of Daniel Arthur and Alice Cor delia Griffith Kilgore he was born on Aug in Cadogan Mr Kilgore was a member of the Day ton Smicksburg Methodist Church the Dayton Volunteer Fire Deparment and the Dayton Sportsmans Club He was a veteran of the Korean Theater He was a laborer a factory and a fore man for a gas company for a few years Surviving are his wife Marjorie Smicksburg four children Mrs Ralph Beverleyj Boeian Dayton RD 2 Charles Thomas Smicksburg RD 1 Charles Timothy Smieksburg and Mrs Randy Pamela Brocious Mayport RD 2 seven grandchildren two brothers and three sisters Robert Uniontown Ohio Arthur Punxsutawney Mrs Harry Mae Cousins West Kittanning Mrs Robert Willadean Hooks Penn Run and Mrs Jean Arnold Tennessee He was preceded in death by his par ents one daughter Victoria Lynn three brothers and one sister Leonard Clyde Virgil and Odell Friends will be received from 79 today and from 24 and 79 Tuesday at the Frank 0 Bly Funeral Home Day ton where funeral services will be held at 11 Wednesday with Pastor James Eaton officiating Interment will be in the Smicksburg Methodist Cemetery In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Smicksburg Methodist Church RACHEL DOUDS BEATTIE 78 of Fort Lauderdale formerly of Indi ana and Cleveland died Sunday April 24 1988 at the home of her Haggerty Fort Lauderdale The daughter of Merle and Vernie Belle Lydic Douds she was born on Jan 17 Funeral arrangements are incomplete Complete details will be available from the BowserMinich Funeral Home Plum ville in Tuesdays edition of The Indiana Gazette IDA Ei LORENZI 91 of Mclntyre died Sunday April at the Estherbrook Personal Care Home Clarksburg The daughter of Luigi and Alasandra Briosi she was born May in Pran Mrs Lorenzi was a member of St Ger trudes Catholic Church at Mclnlyre and was a member of the Ladies Guild of her church She had been a resident of Mclntyre since 1928 Surviving are two sons Renzo Madi son Heights and Errico Ligonier and three grandchildren She was preceded in death by her hus band Antonio Lorenzi on Aug Friends will be received from 79 today and from 24 and 79 Tuesday at the Frank T Mihalcik Funeral Home Indiana A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 10 Wednesday at St Gertrudes Church with the Rev Fr Michael W Matusak as celebrant Inter ment will follow at St Bernards Cemet ery Indiana The Rosary will be recited for her at Tuesday at the funeral home JOHN T RUGH 88 of 65 Winchester Portsmouth formerly of Brush Valley died Thursday April 21 1988 in the Portsmouth Hospital The son of Samuel T and Annie McCrea Hugh he was born Oct in Brushvalley Township Mr Rugh was a plasterer by trade working in Pittsburgh Williamsburg and Norfolk Va The last eight years he has made his home with his daughter in Portsmouth Surviving are one daughter Edythe Jenkins Portsmouth three grandchil dren three greatgrandchildren four sisters Mrs Clyde Alma Mikesell Mrs Lewis Dorothy Itzin Mrs Leon ard Mildred Spence and Mrs Jack LaRugh Stormer all of Indiana He is preceded in death by his wife Frances Darby Hugh in 1972 three broth ers and five sisters There will be no visitation Graveside services will be at II Tuesday at the Brush Valley United Presbyterian Cemetery with the Rev Dr Alexander Holmes officiating RobinsonLy ties Indiana are the charge of arrangements On Jan 21 Venus is occulted by the crescent moon The event can be glimpsed through a telescope and the two parties can be seen still close in twilight OPEN HOUSE To celebrate Better Hearing and Speech Month ASA will offer FREE Hearing and Speech Screenings on Saturday April 30th from 10 til 5 at our office at 736 Church Street Indiana AH Ages Are Welcome Stop in for a refreshment and talk with our staff We Have Activities For Children Many Free Brochures fllflYis Better Hearing and Speech fllonth Hearing Testing Speech Therapy Hearing Aid Sales and Repair AUDIOLOGICAL and SPEECH ASSOCIATES INC Family Speech and Hearing Care Center 736 Church Street Indiana PA 15701 4123495070 iazette Mondoy April 25 1988 13 INDIANA HOSPITAL Births on April Joseph and Connie Bunyak Indiana girl William and Madge Patterson Glen Campbell girl Donald and Cathy Wheeler Indiana girl Robert and Bonya Resslar Blairsville RD 3 boy Admissions on April 23 Mabel Boring Barnesboro Justin Grif fin Blairsville Robert A Smith Clymer Charles Hankinson Indiana Angel Wilson Indiana RD 5 Cora Clark Lucernmines Nettie Winings Barnesboro Laura Lingenfelter 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