mayme carr obit
MM. Fro«l C. Carr Mrs. Mayme A. Carr, 7.'!, died nt 3:20 o'clock (his evoning', Thursday, Keb. fl 1050, at her home in Atlantic. Her death was unexpected. Born Nov. 2, 1876, in Cleveland, Mrs. Carr was a daughter of John and Mary Eckl&s Anderson. She was married to Fred C. Carr, who survives. Mr.s. Cnrr WHS secretary of the East Fallowfieltl board of supervisors and was active in civic and political groups In her community. She was a member of the Trinity ShrJneNo. 33, Mead- vtlle; Golden Rule Rcbekah Lodge No. 198, Atlantic; Hartatown Volunteer Fire Department Aux- iltii-y, Order of Eastern Star No. 83, Greenville, and the W.S.C.S. of the East Fallowfield Methodist Church. ' In addition to her husband she !R survived by two sons, William J. Brown, Meiidvllle, and J. Har- vcry Carr, Saegertown; and two granddaughters, Linda l^ee Carr anil Jo Ann Brown. Funeral services will bo held at 2 p. m. Sunday at the late home in charge of Rev. George Rutherford of Conncaut Lake Presbyterian Church. Interment will be made In Rocky Glen Cemetery. Friends will be received at the late home front noon Friday until the hour of the funeral. Ar- iviiigements are in charge of the Balnl funeral home. Sirs. .Minnie llrk'kley Mrs. Minnie Alberta Brickley, 76, died ut 11:30 p. m. Wednesday, Feb. 8, 1950, at her home, l 270 Shcnango Avenue, Sharon, af-! tor an illness of several weeks, j Funeral services will be held at the homo of a daughter, Mrs. Eldon Musscr, lUO Spencer Avenue, Sharon, at 2 p, m. Saturday.