Bruce Lawford Cole
tha t f a r e y l a n d to and Local, Area Obituaries Harry B. Main Harry B. Main, 63, died a Jpringfield State Hospital o ''rida.y afternoon. He was bori n Hagerstown and was a son o larry and Mary Hinca Main. He is survived by his wife ilrs. Charlotte McDaniel Main. Services will be held at th ifinnich Funeral Home o r ilonday at 2 p.m. The Rev Vilson P. Ard will ofliciate nirial in Rest Haven Cemetery There will be no viewing. The family requests t h (mission of flowers. French E. Wills French Elmer Willis, 81, o 28 Mulberry Ave.. died Thurs ay at his home after a loni Ilness. He was born in Stephens City Va., and was a son of Jqhn Y nd Emma Katherine Whit Willis. He was a r e t i r e e mploye of Fairchild Hiller; a member of the John Wesle, Jnited Methodist Cliurch and reasurer oÂ£ the Men's Bible He was a veteran o VorJd / War I, having served fith the U.S. Army. He is survived by his wife Irs. H. Winifred StoUer Willis aughters, Mrs. Louise Bileci Irs. Doris MeMurtrie and Mrs 'irginia Frush, all of Hagers own, Mrs. Jean Taylor of Spr ngfield, Va.; son, Robert E. 01 lexandria, Va.; sisters, Misi lary Belle Willis and Miss both o Va., Mrs ertrude Hendricks of Shenan oah Junction, W. Va., Mrs irdie Shiley of White Coast, a.; brother, Robert of Kear atherine Willis, hepherdstown, W. eysville, W. randchildren. The body was s e v e n removed to lest Haven Funeral Chapei here friends may call. Services be held Sunday ,,,,,,,Â«,,,,*. ,,,,,,Â«., wm in Browns Mill Cemetery, T I N G at of : 2 p.m. at the chapel. The ev. Dr. F. Norman VanBruni ill officiate; burial in Rest aven Cemetery. Family will receive friends at le chapel this evening from 7 9. Mrs. Nina D. Diliert Mrs. Nina D. Dibert, 69, of It. Lena, died Thursday at her ome. Born in Hagerstown, she as the daughter of Daniel and lara Snyder Swope. She was a member of Shiloh nited Methodist Church. Surviving are a s t e p s o n , aiph Dibert of Security; step- aughter, Mrs. Catherine Leane of Michigan; brothers, avid R., Floyd D., Roy H., all Mt. Lena; sisters, Mrs. Mary . Pitcock of Bridgeport. Funeral services were held at e Minnich Funeral Home today 2 p.m. by the Rev. Adam Marm and Lewis Coss. Burial was in ose Hill Cemetery. Harry L. Showaltcr Harry L. Showalter, Si, a rmer resident of Greencastle, a., died Thursday at the arlock Memorial Convalescent ome in Hagerstown where i had resided for the past se- tt years. He was born in Washington 3unty, a son of Frank and nnie Hollinger Showalter. Ho was a retired employe of e Western Maryland Railway d was a member of the Green- stle Church of the Brethren. Surviving are a son, Harry L. ., of Chamhersburg, Pa., a andson, and a brother, J. arl Showalter of Greencastle. Services will be held Sunday 2 p.m. at the Minnich-Miller uneral Home in (Jreencastle Ih the Ecv. Dr. George L. etweiler officiating. Burial will Kauffman Station, Pa. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 7 to 9 p.m. Bruce Lawfonl Cole WILLIAMSPORT - Bruce Lawford Cole- ol 11 E. Artiam St., Williamsport, died Friday at Washington County Hospital after an illness of four weeks. He was 66. He was a son of John A. and Gertrude Tnimpowcr Coin of Williamsporl. He worked ct the Williamsport Tannery for 44 years until his retirement a year ago. He was a of the Red Men's Lodge of Wil- liamsporl. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Anna May Cole; sons, Donald fi. and David B. Colo of Wil'iamsport; daughters, Mrs. Harry Cline and Mrs. Beverly Metz of Williamsport and Gerald Cole of Marlowe, W. Va.; a sister, Mrs. Bessie Anderson of Williamsport; a brother, Fred Cole of Halfway; a step-sisfer, Mrs. Lula Rider Hagerstown, and 16 grandchildren. Services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Church of in Williamsport with the Rev. Donald W. Goude officiating. Burial will be in Greenlawn temetery, Williamsport. Friends may call at the Leaf Funeral Home in Williamsport ':oday from 7 to 9 p.m. Herbert R. Zilch McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. -Herbert R. Zilch, 62, Rt. 5, died Wednesday at Letterkenny ivhile at work. Born in Johnstown, he was the son of Ernest and Amelia Cable Zilch, He was a member of the McConnellsburg L u t h e Ihurch, IOOF of Fort Littleton, and KPOE 600 of Chambcrsburg. Su "-ing are three sons, Cmdr. Charles H. of Iceland, Donald K. of H a g e William N. oÂ£ Mechanicsburg, ~ ; e i g h t grandchildren; jrolhers, Ernest Zilch of Philadelphia, Pa.; Robert Zilch of Detroit, Mich., sister, Mrs. Mary Young of Johnstown Pa. Services were held today at 2 p.m. at the Kelso Funeral fome by Dr. David R. Hoover. Burial was in Union Cemetery. Union Says City Won't Bargain Face To Face The Hagerstown City Council von't negotiate face-fo-face with he American Federation of 5tate, County and Municipal Employes, a spokesman for Local 1540 said today. Instead negotia'iins are being :arried on through two attor- leys and the city personnel lirector, the spokesman said. : t. Ritchie Honors 'Â·our From City FT. RITCHIE -- Four Hag- rstonians were among 3 2 ivilians honored here recently or excellence of performance nd cost-saving suggestions. Those awarded were Joseph '. Howard, Columbia Rd., Charlotte M, Keyes, Outer Dr., 'ale B. Blevins of Devonshire :d. and Earl D. Pryor of Vood Dr. Also, Edward R. Kennedy of lighfield, Harold H. Lapse of 'en Mar, Glenn E. Gaver ; ' Cascade and Charles R. Waugh f Funkstown. Â·*; The awards were presented ( y Col. Thomas W. Hiley, com- manding officer, US. Army ' oint Support. Marshall 'U' Graduates John Alan Dvawbaugh and aines Edwin Shields, of.- tagerstown, will both receive' .B.A. degrees in ceremonies Â«t larshall University tit Hunt- ngton, w. VÂ«.