Clipped From The Evening Review
Jacob N. Melott Jacob N. Melott, 1010 Waterloo St died suddenly Sunday at 10 30! p m. m City Hospital. He was An employee of the Homer Laughlm China Co. for 10 years, he came to East Liverpool from East Palestine. He was a member of the N B.O P. He leaves his widow, Mrs Nellie Melott, four sons, John Melott, Charles Melott, Terry J. Melott and Jerry Eugene Melott at -nine daughters, Mrs. Claudia Pier- son and Mrs. Dorkis Crawford crown East Liverpool, Mrs. Jacqueline! Parson of Newell. Mrs. Emma 1 Weddle of Rogers, and Mary Melott. Betty Lou Melott, Twila Jean Melott, Nancy Melott and Linda Joe Melott at home; Melott at home; two 1 bro^ersTFrank Melott of Chester, and James Paul Melott in the ( at the Navy; five sister, Mrs. Fred Mesons Mesons Gaffic and Mrs Arthur Clenden-' nmg of Lawrenceville, near Ches- gnd ter, Mrs. William Miller of Cedar -j town. Pa., Mrs. Carl Vari of Paris, P a , and Mrs. ( Greathouse of East Liverpool, seven grandchildren. |George Rites will be held Wednesday 2 p. m. in the Dawson Home Burial will be in Achortown Cemetery i morning at St. Edward Friend's may call Tuesday Â»t the funeral home.