Clipped From Cumberland Evening Times
and Octo- sen- times Club, for was a on by had no ar- women crimi- Morgan Group Mrs. Julia E. Warnick Westernport, Md.. Sept.. 9--Fu-j nerar services for Mrs. Julia Ellen Warnick, 43, Barton, widow of liam Wnmick, were conducted yes- Lcrday afternoon from the Assembly of God Church by Rev. O. P. pastor. Interment was In Philos cemetery. The pallbearers were Edgar Cl:uk, Samuel Metz, George Ayers, Vin- cent Ayers, Osborne Moore and Harry Andrews, nil of Barton; flowergirls mildred Wilt and Leonn Wilt, Cumberland; Louise O'Haver and Virginia O'Haver, Keyser, nieces of Mrs. Wai-nick. Among those attending were: Stanley Moore, Mrs. Samuel Metz Mrs. Morris Metz. Mrs. Harmon Melz. Mrs. Annie Metz, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Cnrson Hyde, Miss Eleanor Warnick and Marvin Warnick. Barton; Mr. and Mrs Alfred Harris, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed- ward Harris, Mrs. Florence Harris Mrs. Elta Moon, Miss Charlotte Lee, Frank Lee nnd Lester Lee Swanton. Md.; Mrs. Ernest Has lacker, Maysville, W. Va.; Franklin nnd Eldridge Waniick. Baltimore; Mr. nnd Mr.s. Delbert Will and and Mr.s. Charles Lee, Cumberland; Mrs. Lillian Warnick nnd Ernest Dnwson, Ree.se Mills, W .Va.; Mr. Mrs. Clarence O'Haver, Keyser; William Lee, Oakland, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Bowser, Gil- the the Demo- (each- Father Uitca, N. Y. Mrs. Warnick is survived by four children: Franklin and Eldridge Warnick, Baltimore; Marvin nnd Miss Eleanor Warnick, Barton; father, Frank Lee, Swnnton; five brothers, William Lee, Oakland; John and Lester Lee, Swnnton; Charles Lee, Cumberland, and Elmer Lee, Wcstemport; two ters, Mrs. Bertha Will, Cumber- land, and Mr.s. Delia Bow.ser. N . - Y .