William James Dearth obit
his at be DEARTH. W I L L I A M (BUNNY) -- Aged 57 years. D16 Green St.. Brownsville, died suddenly suddenly Wednesday. September 6. 1961. Born la New Salem February February 7. 1904. the son of the late John and Cordelia Alter Dtarth but had resided in Brownsvilip tor the paai 26 years but VMJ been employed by the Monoaga- hela Railroad Co. for the past years. He was a member 01 t b e C e n t r a l Church. Brownsville and Brotherhood Brotherhood ol Railway Clerks of Mouon- gahela Rullroad Co., Brownsville. He is survived by his wife. Martha Martha Coffman Dearth: one daughter daughter Mrs. James (Virginia! Meefic. BrownsvUle; one eon. Wllltim Jr.. at home; one grandson. James Meese Jr.; Uwo sisters. Laii rn Dearth. Unlontown; Man' Patnior. state of Calil. He was prpdeccasod by two brothers. AUeo R.. May, 1961 and Sftmuel A.. 1959. Frleads will be received in the C. B. Dearth Sons Funeral Home. New Salem, after 7 p, m. today and Friday from 2-5 and 7-10 u n t Saturday at 2 p. m. the hour service. The Rev. Dr. D. Alan Martens will officiate. Interment will be in Sulem View Cemetery. Brownsville Telegraph. plÂ«ase copy.