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Uail, Â·rti UBM. E. tmm. U, of tt Caftfaaa Ax., umt at Oasr- rirwNtiranjHn-ioaWi Bon hi Washnftoi he was a aoa m Wattar . atai Margarat SUta. HÂ» was a miaiiir m 8t MH'S Urtheraa Charca; Akatta CJuk; aad had tat a.m. Tka Rev, fUkw S. Hoftvoa will dfldsie. . Â· Burial wffl be i* Rek Ham Cemetery. Tie family will raceln fries* at I* ftMral home Friday Friday mÂ«aÂ« from 7 to Â». CÂ«t1 Â·.Mniir.tr. Cart B. Spsasart Â»., M, of Itt Patrick ROM), il*d it Home, may tow the book die xtttk* Md Â»l.r7Â« lies** SoU. contract baone fcioactian is tbe out ot and aad filed comment all for lor comment. Superior settle children. expected was to rest in suffered bruised, " Is wife, Mrs. Lttia M. Forrast 8Uta; a brother, Joas W. gtca* of Fss*stan; tut a aWcr, Mis* Neilit Stoca at Fbmkstowm. Â· Service* will he held at the Munich Funeral Home, 415 East WUsoa Blvd., oa Saturday at 1 p.m. The Rev. Martin I. Rotlbtnberger will officiate; burial ia Rest Ham Cemetery. Frleads aiay call at tke fuasrat home at aajr time, . The family raqoeats the omis- sioa of'flowers, and memorial donations mgy be made to St. John's Lttheraa ChbTCk buiid- iBffuad. tact.: w. Mrti QMoyv L* nHcftiVd ROCKVILLÂ£ - Mn. Gladys L. Martin Reichard, K, of Jit S. Homers Laae, died Wednesday Â· at the home of her am, Kenneth KtKhard in Rockvilk. Â· Born in Reid, she was the - daughter of Jonas M. and Fannie Fannie Miller Martin, and the widow of Kenneth Reichard. She was a member of the Lutheraa Church. She is survived by sons, Carroll Lee Reickard of Frederick and K e n n e t h Reichard of Rockvilie; a sister, Mrs. Miriam Martin Curamiags of Washington, D.C.; brothers, Paul M. Martin and Lloyd K. M a r t i n , b o t h of Rt. i,' Waynesboro, Pa., and Melvip L Martin of Maugansville; and six grandchildren and three grcat-granchikjreo. Â· Services will be held Saturday Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Tyson Wheeler Funeral Home, 1331 Rocltville Pike, Rockville. B i r i a l will be made- in P a r k v i e w C e m e t e r y i n Rockville. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight from 7 to 9 and on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to S pirn. Thticiday Bon hi Chewsrffle, hi was a soa ol KÂ«ii(*r t*t Sally 'SpeÂ»Â»art Epiaiird. Etc was a Charch; America* Ltfiot, Morris Frock Post, No, Â«, inT a Â«et*raa of World War H. He had bee* employed at Daaasr Metal Works. Be is survived by Us father, K t i t f e r Saessard of Haierstowa; his wife,'Mrs. Rosie Younger Spessard; soai, Carl B. Speisard Jr. of Hagerstow*, Nelson Spessard of MiddUpolat, Rosaie Spessard and Jerry Spessard, botk'of Silver Springs; a stepson stepson E m m e t t Magaha Hagerstowa', a b r o t k e Franklin Spessard of Long Beach, Calif.; sisters, Mrs. Catherine Rideooir of :SUver Sprites, iud Mrs. G^rtaneej of Hagerstown; and six grandchildren. Services will be held at the Minnich Funeral Home, 415 East Wilson Blvd., on Saturday at 9-.JI a.m. Tie Rev. C. Larry Fisher will officiate; burial in Rose Hill Cemetery. The f a m i l y will receive friends at the funeral hoche on Friday evening from 7 to I. HÂ»N. M *. Tl SMM ttm ~J H EÂ»Â«M.Corbwtt , CANOGA PARK, Calif. Eva Eva M. Corbett, 82, formerly of Hagerstown, died Tuesday at West Hills Hospital here. She was bora July 11, 19M. She moved to California in 1MI. She is survived by a son, Homer K. Corbett of Caooga Park; one sister, Olive Corbett of Hagerstown; one brother, S p e n d e r W e l l e Philadelphia; two grandchildren grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. -., The r e m a i n s cremated. ximt Inc. on F.W. Pin MM t lets ibe per Â«Â« ia ref JsHiwsC.CaiKM Mary E. Young James C. Caudell, 55, Â»'.Â« Mrs. Mary E. Young, 17 E. laurel "St..died Wednesday Washington St., died Wednesday Wednesday at the Waaihiogtoa County while at work, 1 Born in Fries. Va., be was a son of Kelly R. Caudell of Stafford, Stafford, Va'. and the late Mrs. Ida Clouser Caudell. He was employed by the Washington County Roads Department. ' . He was a member of tbe American Legion Dixon-Trwell Post- No. 21t:. Besides his father, be is survived survived by his wife, Jane 0. Eavey Candell; one darter, L i n d a L. C a u d e l l of Hagerstown; two sons, Richard C. Caudell and James K. be fac- x Caudell, both of Hagerstown; uoeni- two sisters, Mrs. Faye Vaughn weeks of Baltimore and Mrs. Bonnie eitend a Keaton of Humboldt, Tern:; ii i the which 13 one brother, Kelly R. Caudell of Stafford, V a . ; and two grandchildren. Services will be held at the Minnich Funeral Home. 415 E. Hospital. Born in Washington County, she was a daughter of the late Samuel H. and Nancy C. .Selkirk. She was a member of tke Hagerstown Church of the Brethren, She was tbe widow of Joseph' E. Young Jr. She is survived by two sons, Joseph E. Young III and Burton A. Young, both of Hagerstown; one sister, Mrs. Pearl M. Talbot of Hagerstown; fcwr grandchildren; and one great- grandchild. ' .Â· . Services* will be held Friday at If a.m. at the Rest Haren Funeral Home. The Rev. Dean M. Miller will officiate. Burial will be.ra Rest Haven Cemetery. "There will be no viewing. Florial contributions may be aad Mtt tbe UK lo ed 10 AK by B allows a Wilson Blvd., Saturday at 11 sent to Ike Rest Haven '