Obit @ Waples Funeral Home

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Obit @ Waples Funeral Home - No. Harold before Harry and on of WAYNESBORO,...
No. Harold before Harry and on of WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- Jesse Edward Lemmon, aged 80, died at 6:00 a.m. Monday at his home, 1H East NorJi Street. He had ocen in failing health for past year and confined to his .iome for thg past 8 weeks. He was born in Carroll C o u n t y , Md., the son ol the fate George W. and Mary (Halter) Lemmon. He had lived in Waynesboro for a bread route in this area for 28 years, after which he was employed at the Landis Machine Co., retiring from there in 1961. He was a member of t h e Ivangelical Lutheran Church and Whetstone Bible Class. He vas also a member in the fol- owing organizations: Acacia Lodge No. 586 FAM; The I.O.- O.F. Lodge No. 219; Widow's ·"fiends Encampment, No. 71: The Canton, No. 57 of t h e I.O.O.F. and also Past Grand Association; The M.O.R.A. Club; he Waynesboro Motor Club; Order all in of Lebanon Littlcstown, Pa.,; David, o: Pittsburgh, Pa.; Herbert o: Hanover, Pa.; Grovcr of Baltimore, Baltimore, Md.; sisters: Mrs. Elwood Elwood Harman and Mrs. Earl Young, both of Westminsler, Md.; Mrs. Allen Epley ot Lit- 'lesiown, Pa.; and Mrs. Curfis Flohr, Gettysburg, Pa. a He of Marriage during following" Giffin, P-ro- today. Jesse Edward Lemmon or the Mason Lodge in Pitts- He is survived by his wife, lose (Apherghis) Osborne, bro- hers, Perry E., and Harry E., Jr., bo'.h of Hagerslown, sisters, Mrs. Helen Grove; Mrs. Virgin the past 49 years. He operated day evening at 7:30. Rev. Robert Baker will officiate. Graveside services will be icld at the Rose Hill Cemetery n Hagerstoivn on Thursday a! 1 p.m. where the body may viewed at '.he grave. William M. Waynant SABILLASVILLE - Funeral services for William M. Way. nant, 78, Sabillasville, will be conducted at 2 p.m. today at Creager Funeral Home," Thurmont, Thurmont, by the Rev. Claude H Corl. Burial will be in Blue Ridge Cemetery at Thurmont. Mr. ma Lemmon and 'Mrs. Allan Sabillasville, and '·Mrs, 0 ShMev Ti n m c Q U htllVi Q J tinm*i« f i n ft PlnwtV TU.._ » . ' i t .. ^ Kamsay both a', home; f i v e grandchildren; brothers: William ,, . - - . , _ , , u..u ji»i a, Clark, Thurmont; one'brother, Mark, Thurmont; two sisters, Mrs. Kenneth Harbaugh, Waynesboro, Waynesboro, Pa., and Miss Mary A. Waynant, Sabiilasville and 13 grandchildren. Mrs. Mae Overcash CHARLES TOWN, W. Va. Funeral services for Mrs. Mae (Trussell) Overcash, Charles --, .,...,...£,, » ,,, ( ijuo-jcii/ x/vtiicabii, vjnanes Funeral services will be hejd Tc wn, who died Monday at Charles Town General Hospital on Wednesday at 2 p.m. from the Poe Funeral Home, Waynesboro, Waynesboro, in charge of Pastor Glenn L. Stahl. Interment will be in the Green Hill Cemetery Waynesboro. Friends may call at the fun eral home on Tuesday from 4 until 9 p.m. Arthur A. Holmes Road, Fairfax, Va, died , , , day morning at the Fair fax Hospital. He was born in Newport, Pa:, the son ot the late Thomas S. and 'Mry'le He had "liv ed in the Arlington . Fairfax Coun'.y for the past 24 years a t ' Smithsburg from 1917 until 1SW a mcmbcr of S( Paul's Methodist Church, Smithsburg. Smithsburg. A member of the Salem Lodge, 196 A.F.A.M. Smiths burg. He is survived by his wife, Lulie (Buchanan) Holmes, sister. sister. Mrs. Blanch Dean, Smiths . . , e e burg; and brother, Sylvester of Hagcrslown; bro'Jier, L y 1 e R * ' , , Wood officiating. . Friends may call from 7 to P j,, . , ,, , *w«win L. Osborne PITTSBURGH, Pa. - Edwin Ugion and philosophy and - --· u u u »uii, ra. -- tawin s'«" "" imuusx k. Osborne, aged 5G, son of the open to the public. la tc Harry E. and Ida (Bowers) Dr. Mehta is reader in an Osborne, died suddenly at his acting chairman of the depar home in Pittsburgh, Pa., on Sun- ment of philosophy at He recently op- Hindu College of Banaras Hind oraled the Osborne Organ Ser. University of India. He he v 'ee in Pittsburgh. He was em- taught philosophy in India P.'Wd by the Moller 0 r g a n colleges since 1937 except .°-' Hagerslown, for a number year 1957-58 when he was Ale Of years ' * r ' TT V-IJL *-n - andcr V bn Humboldt fellow i MB was a member of the EUB the universites of Freiburg ' Vas a member Cologne in Germany. or a Settles; and Mrs. Adelaide King, all of Hagers^wn. Funeral services will be held at the Ray C. Waples Funeral Home in Pittsburgh on Wednes- will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Melvin T. Strider Strider Colonial Funeral Home Ranson, Ranson, by the Rev. J. Lee Wil liams. Burial will be in Edge Hil iry here, " ' ' funeral A native of Jefferson County Irs. Overcash was a, daughtei f Charles William and Eliza- ieUi (Starry) Trussell. Her husband, L. J. o v e eash, died in 1955. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs Frances Frances 0. Schepers, Paris, France. Indian Scholar Speaker Today At Hood College ·-- "Comparisor A a f u e M.. , , r r n mv t ge hcre { exchange program, will spea '" R° om 5 of Coffman Chapi at 7 p.m. This lecture is being sponso ed by Hood's department of

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  1. The Morning Herald,
  2. 01 Dec 1964, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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