Clipped From Cumberland Evening Times
Jsaac F. King tibrnJanla; ; .W; Va., May t-'tr'iiiti;r tKjkiisCjii 1 -—iii-"•»»-»•• -r,t« . --Klfe.'xTafcband, or Mrs, Ida (Ohaver) MCirig, 'died at his home here Monday. Funeral services .will be conducted at 11 a. v m., tomorrow, at the Home with burial at Gorman, Md. Surviving, besides h!s -sridow, are a son, Guy King, Keyser; . three daughters, Mrs. .Myrtle Sllbaugh, Bruceton Miils,. W. Va.: Mrs. Edna ronnan and Mrs. Mary Roblnette, Long, Md.; one brother, J. 3. King, Ceyser;. and four . sisters, Mrs. liarles Lller, KitzmiUer; Mrs. Edward. Aaronholt, Keyser; Mrs. J. w.| Ours, Deer .Park, and Mrs. George Keplinger, Wendel, W..Va. Mr. King was a resident of Gormania for'-40 fears and for a number of years was a foreman In the tannery here.