Violet H. Schetrompf Hammond

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Violet H. Schetrompf Hammond - c e , Rest m born the o Yoncey. o S' ite...
c e , Rest m born the o Yoncey. o S' ite Charles A, and Susan Mc- llister Hull. She was a member of the Trin y Lutheran Church of Lemas- ers, Pa. She is survived by children, Irs. Orville Williams, Lemast- rs, Pa.; Mrs. Aden Angle, hambersburg Rt. 5; L l o y d hompson, Greencastle; Mrs. louffer, Mercersburg Rt. 3; "illiam Thompson, Mercers- urg, Rt. 1; Mrs. Garnett Rifle, emasters, Pa.; Miss Dorothy and John J. Thompson, both ' Chambersburg, Rt. 7; broths, Clyde Hull, S!. Thomas; oy Hull, Chambersburg; Mas- n and Richard Hull, both of t. London, Pa.; 11 grandchil- ren and four great grandchil- ren. Funeral services will be held hursday at 2 p.m. from the immerman Funeral Home in jreencastle, the Rev. Harry nd Janet Ray officiatiug. Bu- ial in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Greencastle. The family will re- eive friends at the funeral home his evening 7 to 9. Elmer A. Stone Elmer Allen Stone Sr., 83, hus- and of Mrs. Hattie Keeiiy 'tone, Boonsboro Rt. 2, died al tie home of his son Elmer A. Itone Jr. of Boonsboro Rt. 2. 'uesday morning after a leng- hy illness. He was born near Boonsboro on of the late Allen M. am lidney McBride Stone. He was former member of Ml. Car mel EUB Church where he ervcd at Sunday School super ntendent for 25 years. He was resenlly a member of Mt. Nebi 5UB Church of Boonsboro. He vas a former member of the Board of Directors of the Boons ioro Bank and the Washington County Board of Education. Hi was a retired farmer and flor si. Mr. Stone would have ob served his 60th wedding anniver sary February 25. Besides his wife and son hi s survived by two daughters Mrs. Mary E. Gross, Hagers own; Mrs. Pauline C l o p p e Mann, Cumberland; four granc children and one great grand daughter. Funeral services will be helc !rom the Bast Funeral Home i Boonsboro Thursday at 2 p.m by the Rev. William Herpich as sisled by the Rev. Harry Angl and the Rev. Theodore Elser Entombment will be in t h Boonsboro mausoleum. The fam ily will meet friends at the fu neral home this e v e n i n 7 to 9 and 'directors of t h Boonsboro Bank will serve a pall bearers. Jlri. Violet Hammond Mrs. Violet H. Schetromp Hammond, 57, of 313 Wedge wood Rd., Harrishurg, Pa., die at the Policlinic Hospital, Har risburg, Monday afternoon. She was a daughter of Fran and Mary Schetrompf of Buc Valley, Pa. Mrs. Hammond leaves hu: band, Roy (Shorty) Hammond brothers, George Schetrompf o Berkeley Springs, W. Va., an James Schetrompf of Buck Va ley; sister, Ruby Schaff o hambersburg, Pa.; three half- rothers, Stanley Schetrompf of lear Spring, Md., C h a r chetrompf and Blair Sclic- rompf, both of Buck Valley; alf-sisler, Beulah Williams of uck Valley. Viewing will be at the Zim- lerman Funeral Home at 4100 onestown Rd., Harrisburg, a., from 7 to 9 p.m. today, crvices will be at the Buck alley Methodist Church, Buck alley, Pa., at 2 p.m. Thursay with the Rev. Charles M. errin officiating. Burial will be i the Methodist Cemetery. Mrs. Betty Jane Welch Mrs. Betty Jane Welch, 39, f 43 Red Oak Dr., died Tues- afternoon at Washington ounty Hospital. She was born in Ilagerstown, daughter of Charles and Eve- ·n Kann Baker. Mrs. Welch as a member of St. Paul's uthcran Church, Funks- own, and she was recording ecretary -o! the South Hagers- own High School band boos- rs. Besides her parents, Mrs. Welch :aves husband, Jack W e 1 c eughters, Jacquelyn S., Brenda ., Cynthia L. and Linda L., all t home. Services will be at 11 a.m. 'hursday at the Minnich Fun- ral Home with the Rev. Don Id Brake officiating. Buria vill be in Rest Haven Cemetery, The family will receive friends ,t the funeral home from 7 to tonight. Mrs. Maggie Willis Mrs. Maggie M. Willis of Van ouver, Wash., died December 12 following a long illness. Among her survivors is a son fohn A. Willis of Tammany Ma nor, who flew to Washington in December 23. Burial will take place today Vancouver. Stephen Sandala Stephen C. Sandala, 73, wh resided on Falrview Mountai; near Clear Spring, died Sunday evening at the Williamspor Sanitarium. Born and reared at Greens i«rg, Pa., he had resided i Washington County for the pas 20 years. He is survived by a sister Mrs. Mary Kakolewski, Secau in Clifton, wife St. at Hospital. Lhe St. re cr, The body was taken to th 'uneral home of A.K. Coffman tt will be taken today to th Mack Funeral Home, Secaucas t. of Fla. ian and The at He Mr. He END OF FURNITURE Big Discount on DINETTES, LIVING Big Savings on . DENTLER 1925

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  1. The Morning Herald,
  2. 27 Dec 1967, Wed,
  3. Page 28

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