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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - October 24, 1975, Bedford, Pennsylvania Sally Hoffman Bedford Dies obituaries october Bedford i employees honoured Sally Hoffman wife of Asbury of 913 old town Clear and Clear Fields woman of the year in died october following an illness of several she was the former Sally Virginia was born August in a daughter of Lee and Mildred shuck both now she was educated in the Bedford Grade and High a resident of Clearfield since her she had served her Community in a wide variety of together with raising a family of six she was also an Active member of the Trinity United methodist serving As chairman of the Church music committee and As a member of the administrative Board for a number of but her special Field of interest was children and the childrens Home of Clear she was a charter member and served As president of the childrens Aid and for seven years until resigning in was president of the childrens Aid which operates the childrens she also organized and served As president and treasurer of the school milk fund during the Many years that organization was Active in supplying milk to needy children in the Clearfield area Ina related she was a member of the Board of directors of Region 5 of the Pennsylvania welfare forum during the during the 1960 dinner with which the Clearfield business and professional women club recognized her As woman of the Bernyce Dufton said of her i believe she saw the needs of other children to be the same As those of her own and that she desired to bring the same happiness to them that she built for her i believe this to be her real contribution to Clear in other Community a Lee took an Active role As a Volunteer worker for the american red Cross and in Community Chest and United Way serving As co chairman for the 195758 Community Chest she did Volunteer work for the red Cross at Deshon army Hospital in Butler and served As chairman of the red Cross motor corps during world War and was Active in the red Cross Bloodmobile and other fundraising programs following the a talented musician who had studied at Zec Werhahn music Academy in Lee began writing popular music As a Hobby in the one of her Star was used in a George Hamid revue which played at the county fair and other fairs throughout the northeastern United states and Canada in she was married to Asbury on june in a ceremony performed in the Clearfield presbyterian Church by the Asbury Iii Reeve and the George Lees grand her husband and these children survive Asbury of Clearfield Robert Lee of Lebanon William Lee of England John Anna Katharine Lott of Canada George Bartram Lee of state College and David Bruce at one Harry Peggy Shimer of a Frank also of Bedford her shuck of with whom she stayed while visiting Clearfield before her and Joseph shuck of also funeral services october at 11 in the Trinity United methodist Church of the family received friends in the Bennett funeral Home in on Sun october from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Ellery gingery Ellery gingery of died october in the Smith rest he was born in lock december a son of and Grant he was preceded in death by his in surviving Are these children Twilla West Verda of Bellefonte Mary of Clearfield Ellery of Maryland Elva of West Dorothy of state of Indiana and whereabouts two Agnes Nic and Gertrude both of also funeral services wed october at 12 noon in the Chapel of the Bradford at with John burial in the Bradford Emma Weyant Emma of died october at Bedford county memorial she was born August in a daughter of Henry and Ella Wolf she was married to Harvey Weyant who preceded her in death in August of she is survived by one Ella of Maryland four and eight she was preceded in death by one two and one Weyant was a member of the burning Bush funeral services wed october at 2 at the Timothy Berkebile funeral with the Joseph Muligan burial in the burning Bush Elvin Zimmerman Elvin two week old son of Elvin and Mabel Rissler Zim of new died at 1 october at Nason roaring he was born september at Nason surviving Are his two Lester and at Home grand and Elam of 3 and and Martin of 1 and a great Phares of East funeral services october at the mennonite Martinsburg with Bishop Harry and Mervin Martin and Irwin Zimmerman of burial in the Church arrangements by the Gerald Weaver funeral Brumbaugh Howard of roaring Spring re died at his Home at october he was born in Woodbury december a son of Melvin and Lucille Clouse he was never surviving Are his four Brothers and three Richard of Illinois Dennis of Hopewell re Glenn of Altoona Beverly with the air at Delaware Diane Rodney and Lois All at Brumbaugh was a labourer and a Veteran of army service during the Vietnam funeral services thur october at 2 at the Woodbury Church of the Brethren with Raymond Boose and Eugene burial in the dry Hill Mary Louise Fisher Mary Louise Lulu of for Merly of Manns died october in the Perm Wood guest born May in Juniata she was a daughter of the late Christian and Ellen Leydig she is survived by one Janet of Manns Choice and a number of nieces and she was preceded in death by one sister and three she was a member of the Grace United Church of Manns funeral services thur october at 2 in the Mickl Geisel funeral with George burial in the dry Ridge United Church of Christ Manns Choice pay by Energy conserved Ever invented i Hartlev National Bank Camilla Mckinney Camilla of died at october in Bedford county memorial following an extended she was born at april a daughter of Calvin and May mock on november 1928 she was married to George Mckinney who preceded her in death january she is survived by these four children of 2 Mary foor and George both of Bedford and Anna Mae of one Clif of Loysburg also sur Vives along with thirteen grandchildren and four great Mckinney was a member of the Waterside Church of the funeral services october at 2 at the Gerald Weaver funeral with Dwight burial in the Potter Creek lutheran new Enterprise Roxie Grimes Roxie of six mile died at october at her following an extended born june in rays she was a daughter of Harry and Margaret foor on july she was married to Richard Grimes who preceded her in death on february she is survived by these three children Lloyd Grimes and Drexel Grace both of six mile run and Paul Helen of Long new thirteen grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren also survive along with these Brothers and of Everett re of Defiance of six mile run of Breezewood Nora of six mile run re and Mary of Grimes was a member of the Finleyville Union ladies Aid society of the and the Dar of funeral services Satur october at 2 at the Masood funeral with Alton burial in the Duvall six mile Bessie Pearl Miller Bessie Pearl of 121 East Pitt died october at presbyterian she was born at Buffalo november a daughter of the late John Housel and Katie fair she was first married to Curtis Turner who preceded her in death in she later married Howard Miller who also preceded her in May surviving Are the following children Walter of Stoystown Naomi of Bedford Earl of Bedford Lola of Manns Choice Roy of Everett Robert of Ohio june of Bedford Dale of Bedford Dean of and John of these Brothers and George of Manns Choice Ralph of Buffalo Mills May Zim of Bedford Nettie of Hooversville and Mary of bed Ford also survive along with 34 grandchildren and 43 great Miller was a member of the United methodist Church of pleasant funeral services Satur october at 2 at the Paul Kolander funeral with Harold Nussbaum and Stevens burial in the pleasant Ridge Church Coy Imes Coy Imes of died october of a heart he was born january in Monroe a son of the late Thorton and Martha Oneal he was married to Pearl Ruby Imes on july 1925 and she survives along with these children Esther Leo Coy Imes Vivian and Carlene All of Everett and Gail of nine grand children and three great grandchildren also funeral services october at 2 at the Conner funeral in with Nat burial in the Frame cemetery near with Phillip burial in the Baughman Ethel Clark Ethel of died october in memorial Hospital of Bedford born in East Providence november she was the daughter of the late Albert and Euricca Mellott she was married to Wilbert Clark who survives along with the following children Dorothy wife of Thomas Miller Dorald Clark and Joan wife of William All of Breezewood and Herbert of Everett eight grand children and three great three Herbert Ramsey and Mason both of Breezewood and Brady of Everett and two Leona of and Alice of Needmore also she was preceded in death by one two Brothers and three Clark was a member of the Mountain Chapel Brethren in Christ Church and an Active member of the ladies Fellowship she was retired from lion manufacturing company after 25 years employment and was a member of Garnet funeral services wed october at 2 at the Union memorial Church with Earl leh Man and Norris burial in Union memorial Pearl Ann Cook Pearl Ann of died Early monday october at her she was born february at a daughter of Grant Burns and Alice Whitacre she was married to Walter Cook who preceded her in death in surviving Are a Robert Cook and a Betty both of Hyndman three grand and one great Cook was a Telephone operator in Hyndman and also at the Bedford Springs hotel until Shenasa member of the Hyndman methodist Church Bedford Springs order of Eastern Star and a member of the Pioneer club of United Telephone Bedford funeral services wed october at 2 in the Zeigler funeral Home in with Willard burial in the Hyndman chairman of the Paul presented watches to six employees who have completed 25 years of service with new Enterprise Stone and Lime at the firms annual Quarter Cen Tury club banquet held tuesday left to Are Harry and Lewis Monroe second John Harrison Billy Keagy and Charles Long four employees of the who have were honoured by Dale left to they include Harold Detwiler making the and John Koontz second Over and John reelected president of the Quarter Century Quarter Century club honors employees John Robeson of Hollidaysburg was reelected president of the Quarter Enterprise Stone and Lime at its eighth annual banquet held tuesday evening in the new Enterprise Church of the Over 130 members and guests attended the held annually to commemorate those who have served 25 years or More with the new Enterprise other officers elected for the coming year include Clifford foor of first Hamill warrant Fred Weicht Fred of state died unexpectedly october at his Home of an apparent heart he was born november in West Providence a son of the late Lester and Hulda Karns he was married to Catherine Wigfield Weicht on february 1938 and she survives along with these six children Jean of Donald of Everett Judy of Everett Sharon of Mechanicsburg Mary Jane of Breezewood and Betty Lou at four Joseph of Florida James of Manns Choice Richard of Missouri Robert of roaring Spring five Helen of Everett Virginia of Bedford Hazel of new Enterprise Betty of Chambersburg and Doris of Clearville also survive along with twelve grandchildren and his step Vera of san funeral services october at 11 at the Conner funeral Chapel in from Page 8 Ray mental health Center said Hamill was a patient in the facility until Lewis said it was determined Hamill was not in need of inpatient and was to return to the Center on an outpatient judge Foreman confirmed that at a mental health hearing for three professionals from the Center said they had evaluated the Man and Felt he was Able to be Blair township police picked up Hamill late Friday night or Early saturday on a drunk driving he reportedly was Given a breathalyzer test at the Hollidaysburg state police the township police then charged but he was released on nominal Bond there was an unconfirmed report that the Earl saturday breath test registered is the Legal limit necessary to arrest a Drunken state police Earl troop g said that after Hamill saturday his department determined to try to have the mans bail and the warrants were Bergstrom was also quoted As saying that the state police had earlier requested that judge Foreman release Hamill to the mental health Center because it was Felt he was a danger to the Public and needed some Type of treat judge Foreman also con firmed other officials said it was Felt that if Hamill was left in the Blair he would eventually make Ball and return to the while the state police were searching for Hamill he reportedly drove to the Penn state football on the Way a pickup truck which police said they Felt sure was rammed the rear of a car at a stoplight in port an hour the pickup crossed the Frank town Road and sideswiped another minutes after and a half mile further the fatal crash took the Blair coroners office would not say if Hamill was drunk when he was a blood Sample was sent to the state lab in Philadelphia for analysis results were not expected for at least ten other authorities did say Hamill was a known and had been a problem for Many there was a in that Hamilos past history involved Hanky Panky in reference to his encounters with the once employed As a medical representative for a pharmaceutical he reportedly had been charged once for impersonating a at the mental health Center advisory Board meeting last Fred Dickerson of a Board asked whose responsibility it was to respond to Public issues As the Hamill in Lewis said the answers As to Hamill discharge from the Center were clinical and factual which Are he added that the Center can not explain away an incident that can not be explained and that he doubted that any explanation could contribute to the Center coming out smelling despite Dickerson persistent administrators of the Center said the subject was not one for Public questions raised on the staff responsibility for voluntary discharges and Public information were referred to the consultation and education Vic president Harry foor of second vice president Robert Over of roaring Secretary Harold Swoope of roaring treasurer and Evelyn Beach of Woodbury and Ruth Long of banquet second Harry conducted a memorial service for deceased former Raymond and Joe who would have become a member of the among those presented with Hamilton watches for completion of 25 years of service by chairman of the Paul were Harrison Clark of an employee of the Ashcom Plant Harry of contract division Charles Long of Bakers Blacktop division Billy Keagy of roaring equipment and Supply Lewis Monroe of contract division and John Ritchey of roaring roaring Spring six employees Are eligible to receive the but were unable to they were Emmert Beegle of a d ministration Lawrence Butler of roaring Blacktop Harold Bupp of Mcconnellstown Plant George Detwiler of equipment and Supply and of James and Homer Smith of both of the roaring Spring Dale president of the presented Lapel pins to four men who have they include John Koontz of 36 years service Robert Over of roaring 30 years service John Robeson of 27 years service and Harold Swoope of roaring 26 years the program following the business meeting was directed by Robert president Robeson introduced honorary members and their guests and Paul and Dale and Emmert and and Galen highlight of the evening program was a travel log presented by Joseph Good of a recent trip to accompanied by his travelled by boat and and described first hand the work being done in the Oil Fields near he was presented with an owl Basket decorated with fall foliage by the clubs banquet classifieds Labrador retriever acc excellent make very special pets Seldom Amy phone 814 623 5174 or 1x9123w win gardeners septic tank cleaning fast efficient service 733 2948 or 733 2951 formerly Millers septic cleaning brakes expert Drums cylinders guaranteed state inspection better tires sales 651 e Pitt Auto front end steering problems and last Wear on front tires easily corrected by most modern and efficient visualizer equipment in this reasonable prices and terms if better Brake 651 East Pitt lox55tf Recap your worn new lire mileage one Day expert workmanship and better tires sales 651 Pitt 1x44k we specialize in tractor tire service on the Larm it Al prices on new lires the better tires 651 Pitt in 4 4tr Public Sale 30 at the late Calhoun 238 East Penn bed household Frog Dalre deluxe Frost free Washer and Small Cook sets of breakfast round Pedestal several upholstered electric sewing Hoover upright Green 13x14 4 bedroom suite twin bed flowered Long Loose Pillow leather topped end dressing Metal War Chest of Cedar 6 Gate legged drop Leaf desk round 6 legged scalloped Lyre Glass topped Coffee Marble and brass kerosene porch rinse Green Cut and pressed Black amethyst Diamond japanese sets of sets of Sliver Coffee Stone wooden hand painted fruit Candle old pictures and civil War and Oil Lavender tufted plaited old Iron one Camel milk two one Wicker can Ning some dated and Many other lunch will be Weaver phone

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