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 - EDWARD L. ELKINS LONACONING -- Edward Slkins,...
EDWARD L. ELKINS LONACONING -- Edward Slkins, 62, State Street, ' died 'esterday at Miners Hospital, r rostburg. Born in Key ser, he was of the late Joseph and Mary Ann (Gay) Elkins. Surviving are his wife, Ross) Loar Elkins; two ers, Misses Vonna and Marian B Elkins, at home; three aughters, Mrs. Margaret''Jean Bradley, Mrs. Gladys M.. and Mrs. Janet R. Russell, of Gaithersburg; a step-son, eorge Loar, Shaft; seven sis- ers, Mrs. Nettie Likens, Mrs. 'willa Johnson, Moscow; Mrs. Argie Grove, Falls Church, WLrs. Lottie Dawson, Baltimore; Mrs. Margaret Bell, Frostburg; to. Mame Conner, Mrs. Rose Buskirk, here; two brothers, tiur Elkins, Bowman's Addi- ion, and Joseph 'Elkins, Frost- mrg and 10 grandchildren. The body is at the Eichhorn ^uneral Home where friends will be received from 2 until and 7 until 9 p.m. It will be taken to the ily of God Church on Detmold Street Thursday at noon service will be conducted p.m. Rev. Charles Fussell will officiate and interment will « in Oak Hill Cemetery.

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  1. The Cumberland News,
  2. 30 May 1967, Tue,
  3. Page 10

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