Clipped From The Cumberland News
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 Â« in Oak Hill Cemetery.