Death of Pauline Matusz Ellington's father, Paul.
Death Roll Paul Mntusr. Paul Malusz, 66, of 120 Clarks- vllle Street, died unexpectedly at 10:45 a.m. yesterday, Dec. 5, 1958, In his home following a heart attack. A son of Mli hnrl and Mary Sn.f- ron Mains?:, IIP'was horn Kept. 27, 1W2, In Poland. On Jan. IK, 1922. hn married the former Ben I rice Scmak. Mr. Matiif!?: was n retired Bessemer and Lake Krie Railroad em- ploye and was a member of Its Veteran Employe Association. .Surviving are. his wife; three daughters, Mrs. Harold (Pauline) rail ing! on, of Oakland, Cn.llf., Mrs. TCfKvanl 'Irene) T,u''ic, of Herwyn Heights, Mr., an*'. Mra. .Toreph fPa- trleln.) Slano, f>f f.'rcenvllle: one brother, Joseph Matusz, ol Warren, O., and seven grandchildren. Mrs. Rose Heckman Ibbs Mrs. Rose, Hee)<nian Thhsi, 60, of Clnrks Mills, died at II la-it night, Dec. ft, Kins, In Oreenvlllfi Hospital, following a short Illness. A daughter nf George a.nd Rll/a- bnth Simons Heekman, she \va.s born M : ay in, 1fl!)8, In Rloneboro. On May 20, 1018, slm married ICIIIfi S. Ibb.'i, who preceded her In death. Mrs. Ibbs was n. member of the Clnrks Mills Methodist Church and tho Mary Jane Rcbekah I/idgc of Sheakleyvlllc. Surviving arc tow sons, Charles, of Greenville, and Kills, Jr.. of darks Mills; Iwo daughters, Mrs. Roherl (llorolliy) Pi-lers, and Mivi. naymonrl f.Shirley) Sebronr, both of Clarku Mills; two brothers. William and Ollle Heckmati, holh of Stoneboro; one ;;!::ter, Mrs. Kva. Hai'tholornew, of Sloneboro, and ID grandchildren.