Ira S. Beal obit 2 April 1956
p.m. of 4, 1877, he was a son of th* late of 1 y t h e a 1RA S. BRAL Ira S. Beal, 7S, of H29 Race St.. died at 2:03 p.m. Saturday Connellsville State Hospital. He had been ill for thÂ« past t weeks. Born in Somerset Countv May John and Eliza Boyer Beal. He lived in Connellsville virtually all of his life. Mr. Beal was a retired employe of the Baltimore . Ohio Railroad where he served as a conductor and yardmaster for 40 years. He was a member of the Veterans Association and the Brotherhood Brotherhood of Raihnad Trainmen. Mr. Beal was a member of the t Presbyterian Church, held R. C. DiSanto Moun 7 p.m SqrvivinR are his widow, Mrs. Gertrude C. Coughenour Beal; a half brother, Harry Beal of RrownsulU'. and a half sister, Mrs. Iva Cook of Oil City. The funeral service will be held at thf Brooks funeral home in East Green St. at 2 p.m. Tuesday the Rev. Dr. Francis G. Stewart officiating. Interment w i be in Green Ridge Memorial The Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen will conduct a service at the funeral home at 7:30 o'clock o'clock this evening.