Rites Held For Mrs, G. Lockwood ISCHUA--Funeral services for Mrs. Lucy H. Lockwood. wife ^f the late George Lockv.'ood of this .piace. were held Monday afternoon afternoon (August 14. 1944) at t\v, o'clock at the home of Mr. n::d Mrs. Dana Learn of Cuba. The Rev. Reuben Strong of the Maplehurst Maplehurst Baptist Church officiated. Burial was in Abbotts Cemetery. Pallbearers were her grandsons, Jerolcf Learn of Cuba. Harley Leam, Henry Shabala, Harry Lockwood of Hinsdale, HanforJ Lockvrood and Lester LockwooJ of Ischua and Millard Lockwoo-: of Piainville. Mich. Attending the sen-ices from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Claude LockwooQ and daughter. Rosmond. the Rev, Mr. and Mrs. Strong. and Mrs. Harley Learn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lockivowi, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shabala, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lockwood. Me. and Mrs. Arthur Lockwood an-i son, James, Frank Gcise. Mrs. Alice Learn and son. Arthur. Joseph Joseph Miglearner. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hale, ail of Hinsdale. Mr. and Mrs. Ernes;; Lockwood. Mr. and Mrs. Hanforci Lockwocd, Mr. and Mrs. Lester LockwooJ. Oliver Lockwood, Lillian Schrader, Schrader, Frank Nix. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Clayson. all of Ischua. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lockwootf. Mrs. Burt Lockwood. Abbotts: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Blake. Hazel Smith, Fillmore: Mr. and Mr.s. Fred Sar.burn. Lillian Little, Bradford. Bradford. Mrs. ^"eiiie Clark and family, Mrs. Constance Hujak. Mable Sherlock. Mr. and Mrs. Robei'i Conrad and daughter. Ida Wi'.corc, Lillian Hamburgh. Carl Sherlock, Sherlock, Doris Frost, all of Clean; Mi H a r d " Lock-.vood. Plainvi;;-i. Mich.; Erie Lockwood, Westons aims.