Estella Glass Friend Family
422 an on Cross and Lawn daugh- vrtJoJu-rU"u-~~ftv*vi/u M* A **v*ivÂ«)| 55,Pur 1 xsutawney.Pa.,diedFri-iTusing. day night in a hospital there where he was admitted earlier Maebelle F. Holy served lhe ShÂ» Hill 7, PPG she John Terry JOSEPH Z. FRIEND OAKLAND--Joseph Z. Friend, in the day. Born November 22. 1911 at Swanton, he was a son of the late Joseph and Estella (Glass) Friend. He was a retired BO Rail- road Communications Depart- ment employe and held mem- bership in several BO organi- zations. Survivins are his widow, Mrs. 1 Reva (McMillan) Friend; one daughter, Mrs. Barbara Simone, Boston. Mass.; two brothers, Charles Friend, Fellowsville, W. Va., and Lawton Friend, Deca a r a., aiiu uo TV VV*A A ***Â»Â«vi^ *Â»Â»Â·*Â·** , tur, Ga.; three sisters, Mrs. ... M Â«* r Â· t_ Â·*!* /M:..~ n i,'MrMn snH nnp Grace F. Warnick, Mrs. Olive F. Lowman, Mrs. Pearl F. Campbell, all of Swanton and three grandchildren. The body is at the home of his sister, Mrs. Grace F. War- nick, Swanton. Services will be held today i at 2 p.m. in Swanton odist Church with Rev. James ]Rg F. Remley officiating. Inter- ment will be in George Ceme- tery.