Charles M. Kline Death 1962
DAILY MAIL, Hagerstown. Md. JHovuntur Â», 1H1 In Brown Campaign Appeals R I E LANOSBERG ( A P I -Ur. million California expected lo troop on the long, quarrel governor he Gov. Kdmutu Republican Hii'han a clima: eve clash lha charges and coun future a statewide television Lns Angeles tha victim of ; unlike anythin, Amcrcan politics his opposition a t f i a t hi.s opixmen charges I hav culled the broad tattered rerun" o Local Deaths Charles M. Klin* Charles M. Kline, aged "SI years, died at the Washington County Hospital Tuesday morning. Born in Frederick County, he was a son of the late Michael Mary Maugans Kline. He was a member of Ihe Calvary Brethren Church, Hagerstown. Mr. Kline spent his enlire life at Wolfsville, until 13 years ago, since which time hns resided wilh his daughter, Mrs. Iva C. Wise, 223 Bryan Place. Surviving are sons. Austin anil Guy Kline, Myersvillc: Lloyd and Ursa Kline, Hagerstown; R a Kline, Chambersburg; H e r Kline, Boonsboro; Archie Kline, Waytiesboro, I'a.i Wilbur Kline, Baltimore; daughters. Mrs. Grace Pusnvcr, Baltimore: Mrs. Iva C. Wise, with whom he resided; 4f grandchildren. SS great grandchildren. and r great great grandchildren also survive; brother, Ward Kline, Myersvillc. Funeral services wilt he held Friday al 2 p.m., from St. Mark's L u t h e r a n Church, Wolfsville, the Hev. Jack Peters officiating. The family will meet friends at the R i t l l e Funeral Home Wednesday ami Thursday. The family suggests that memorial contribu- l i n n s he made to Ihe Calvary Brethren Church, Hagerstown. I n t e r m e n t w i l l he Wolfsville Lutheran Ccmclcry.