Clarence O'Haver obit
of O'HAVER SERVICES WESTERNPORT -- Services Clarence O'Haver, Â· Baltimore, former resident who died Wednes- day at Spring Grove State Hos- pital, will be conducted Sunday 1 p. m. at the Boal Funeral here. Rev. Henry G. Laube will officiate and interment will be Phitos Cemetery. Born in Osgood, Ind., he was son of the late Albert and Nellie (Cueno) O'Haver. He retired three years ago as an employe Martin Aerospace Plant, Balti- more. He was a member ol Jethathah Lodge 22, AF and Baitimore. Surviving are his wife, Blanche (Warnick) O'Haver, Baltimore; two sons, Malcolm O'Haver, Bal- timore, and William O'Haver, Army in Washington; two daugh- ters, Mrs. Louise Richardson Burbank, Calif.; Mrs. Virginia Holliday, Baltimore; three broth- ers, Howard O'Haver, Nikep; Os- car O'Haver, Keyser, and Leo O'Haver, McCoole; two sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Broadwater, Mt. Savage, and Mrs. Lucille Crab- tree of Florida; 11 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.