Raymond Shockey

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Raymond Shockey - Mrs.'George CleVenger SHARPSVILLE - Mrs. Aletha...
Mrs.'George CleVenger SHARPSVILLE - Mrs. Aletha Ruth Clevenger, 64, died at 5:20 a.m. ' Thursday' at the Tiptori bounty Memorial-Hospital. A pa- ient there for several weeks, she had been HI since October. Funeral services will be conducted conducted at .2 _pjn. Saturday at the Vainer Funeral Home, Sharps : ville, with the'Rev. Dale Linehart, 3astqr of the Neveda- Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will ollow in the Sharpsville Ceme- ler y.- . • / Friends may call at the funeral home after 10 a.m Friday. Born Oct. 31. 1896, in Hillis- jurg, Clinton County, she was the daughter 'of William H. and Eva Gibson Humphries. On April 12, 1914, she was married married to George M. Clevenger in few Castle. They lived in New Castle for several years until moving to Sharpsville in 1932. Mrs. Clevenger was a member: of the Nevada Methodist Church, he Sharpsville Order of the East-j :rn Star, the Sharpsville Home Demonstration Club, the 8 & 40 Club and the Golden Rule Circle of Sharpsville. Surviving with the husband are her mother, Mrs. Eva Humphries .wo sons, Wayne of Cement City, Mich., and Paul E. of Sharpsville; Sharpsville; one brother, George Humphries Humphries of Winston Salem, N.C.; nine grandchildren; one niece and one nephew. Three sons preceded preceded her in death. Timothy Maurer Timothy Maurer, two months old son of Thomas and Grace Janter Maurer, 604 Crystal St., died at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at he Riley Hospital in Indianapolis. Indianapolis. Surviving with the parents are wo sisters, Mary and Emma, wth at home; and the grand- >arents, Mrs. Laura Banter and llr. and Mrs. Lawrence Maurer, all of Kokomo. Funeral services will be conducted conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Peacock Funeral Home with the Rev. Lloyd Salness officiating. Burial will follow in Crown Point Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 •>.m. Friday. Deaths and Funerals Mrs. Camille P. Kempf Mrs. Camille P. Kempf, 60, 315 W. Hoffer St., died at 11 p. M. Wednesday at her home. She lad been in failing health for two years. Born March 29, 1901 in Sterling, [11., she was the daughter of Joseph and Catherine Macke Nielander. She lived in Kokomo all of her iife, formerly employed at the General Electric Corporation, J. C. Penney Company and Neu- mode Hosiery. She was a mem ber of the Catholic Church, the ladies Auxiliary of the American Legion and a charter member of Phi Chi Epsilon Sorority. In September, 1922, she married iVHIiam Kempf, who died in September, September, 1936. Surviving are her father, Joseph Nielander of Indianapolis; two sisters, Mrs. William (Helen) Martin of Kokomo and Mrs. Lewis (Dorothy) Poe of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, formerly of Kokomo; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral sen-ices will be held at 9 a. m. Saturday at the Fenn Funeral Home with the Bev. Francis Niesen officiating. Burial will follow in Crown Point Cemetery. Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p. m. Friday. Infant Monte Lee Monte Lane Lee, infant son of Vernon M. and Fannie Nell (Morrison) (Morrison) Lee, 1086 Albrook Ave., Bunker Hill Air Force Base, died less than an hour after birth Wednesday Wednesday in the Base' hospital. Surviving with the parents are two sisters, Vickie Lynn and Dorinda Dorinda Viola; one brother, Philip Miles; the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee, 1810 N. Linsday St., Kokomo; the maternal maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C a r m i e Morrison, Frindship, Ark., and several aunts and uncles. Graveside services were at 2 p.m. today in the Galveston Ceme tery. Elder Paul Chastain offi ciated. The Thomas ' Funeral Home, Galveston, was in charge. Raymond Shockey Word has been received of the death of Raymond Shockey, 1014 ; Mill St., Fairmount, brother of Glen Shockey, 803 N. Leeds St., Kokomo. Mr. Shockey, 66, died at 3:40 p.m. Wednesday in Marion General General Hospital following a three- week illness. : Living in Fairmount 23 years, he was retired from working at Eagle Lumber Dealers Supply Co., Marion, was a member and trustee of the Fairmount Wesleyan Wesleyan Methodist Church and was -a veteran of World -War I. Surviving with his wife, Sylvia, are one daughter, Mrs. Lee Haines of Jonesboro; two sons, Robert and Jay, both of Marion; Marion; a sister, Mrs. Sarah Allen Sims; two brothers, Mr. Shockey of Kokomo and Wesley Shockey of Jonesboro; and four gra-nd children. Funeral services will be con- r ducted -at 2 p.m. Friday in the Fab-mount Wesleyan Methodist Church with the Rev. Phillip Jones officiating. Burial'wiD"fol- ow in Crown Point. Cemetery, Kokomo. .-•'- --. — Friends, Friends, may call at 415 S. Main St anytime. The body will is taken : to the church one hour before the : services. ; Stephen E. Foreman ' FOREST-Stephen Ezra Foreman, Foreman, 78, retired laborer,, died at 3:35 p.m. Wednesday at the Clinton Clinton County Hospital. • ; Born July 10. 1882 near Forest, Forest, he was the son of Henry and Ida Grey Foreman. He was married on Aug. 28, 1909, to Viola Snell, who died in June, 1955. . Surviving are three. daughters, Mrs. Mildred Mundeli of Oakford, Oakford, Mrs. Helen Phillips of Ko- como,-. and Mrs. Bonita Gordon of Cayuga; one son,. Roy F. Foreman Foreman of Forest; one half-brother, Ralph . Foreman; 17 grandchildren; grandchildren; and 24 great-grandchildren. Four sons and one sister preceded preceded him in death. 'Funeral services will be held at 2- p.m. Saturday at the Lowery- Fogelsong Funeral Home, Forest, with the Rev. Harry Jones officiating. officiating. Burial will follow in Vennman Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral funeral home after 2 p.m. Friday. Garrert J. Cambridge FRANKFORT - Garrelt J. Cambridge, 63, Frankfort R.R. 5, died at the Clinton County Hospital Hospital at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday following following an illness of two years. Born in Clinton County, Feb. 22, L898, he was the son of Perry and jovane Stprms Cambridge. He married Minnie Donehew on Nov. 13, 1916, who survives. .He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Frankfort and a member of the 90 & 9 Class of .hat church. He also belonged to the Siloam Lodge, No. 609, the Masonic Lodga of Mechanicsburg. Mechanicsburg. A retired policeman, he was a member of the Fraternal Order Order of Police, No. 69, in the Indiana Indiana Police League. Surviving with the widow are four sons, Lawrence H. and Lester Lester G., both of Frankfort, Marvin E. of United States Navy, sta tioned in Norfolk, Va., and Ivan R. of Tucson, Ariz.; two daughters, daughters, Mrs. Dorothea Davidson of Sakata, Japan and Mrs. Helen Griffin of Frankfort; one sister, Mrs. Goldie New of Houston, Tex.; seven grandchildren; one brother, Paul of Michigantown; four half brothers, Grover Snodgrass Snodgrass and Guy Snodgrass of Frankfort; Richard Snodgrass of Michigantown and Jesse Snodgrass Snodgrass of Russiaville. Mr. Cambridge lived in Clinton Clinton County all of his life and was on the Police Department for 22J£ years, retiring in 1957. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the First Baptist Baptist Church, Frankfort, with the Rev. C. H. Wallace officiating. Burial will follow in Greenlawn Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call at the Goodwin Goodwin Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Thursday and the body will lie in stale at the church one hour preceding services. The Frankfort Frankfort Police Department will serve as pall bearers. Vials A ion of was on Howard Paul Keith E. 3721 hey he The former promised would approved The of the cleaning out U. S. stitute senator. The on the ion that D. jer. Kennedy :o re would disarmament x>th to secretary William importani affairs last two assisting mentioned McCloy stepping up staff to raising (6 or 7 As a agency jert. such as Commission. N.Y. Stock Quotations DOW JONES AVERAGES Industrials 684.12 -.47 RaUs ; 138.37 -.09 Utilities ............. 111.53 + .26 NOON QUOTATIONS . A. T. & T. .: 117j Alcoa ......-..;... 715 Allied Chemical 57J led Stores 55j American Airlines 24J American Cyanamide : 435 American Radiator ; 14J Anaconda Copper 562 Arvin 245 Ashland Oil 27 Bethlehem Steel 42J Borden 60, Chesapeake & Ohio 61; Chrysler 45J Cities Service: •. 52J Clerac '. 28$ Commonwealth-Edison . 81 Continental Oil 52) Continental Steel 533 DaPont .....2132 Eastman Kodak 105J Federated Dept. Stores 45," Ford 81. General Electric 63:. General Motors -. 44J Gerber's Products 48 Gillette :...... 116J Goodyear 41 Intl Business Machines 475] International Harvester 54j International-Paper 31! Kennecott Copper :...'... 843 Kimberly-Clark 79; Kingston Products 3; Kresge'3 323 Kroger 30J Lorillard .:.. 49] Montgomery Ward 27 j New York Central 17 J. C. Penney : 43i Pennsylvania Railroad 131 Pfizer 41J Phillips Petroleum 59J Pittsburgh Plate Glass 651 Proctor & Gamble 86 Public Service of Ind 59j Radio Corp. of America 58, Republic Steel 57; Reynolds Metals :. 49; Sears Roebuck 68 j Shell Oil: : 39J Sinclair Oil 403 Standard of Indiana, 503 Standard of New Jersey 432 Texaco Company 993 Union Carbide 138 Union Pacific-... 33 United Aircraft 455 United States Steel 80i Westinghouse .- 44) Zenith Radio 171J K. J. BROWN & CO., INC. 1M N. Washington St., Kokomo. Phone CL Mill KOKOMO CASH GRAIN MARKET Thursday, June 29, 1961 Corn, shelled, per bu. ....$1.05 Corn, new shelled, per bu. 1.04 Corn, ear, per cwt. .... 1.49 Oats, per bu •• 62 Soybeans, per bu 2.45 Soybeans, new, per bu. .. 2.22 Wheat, per bu. 1.70 V \. Dixie Clover Snow 1314 1235 700

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  1. The Kokomo Tribune,
  2. 29 Jun 1961, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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