EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MIX, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1963 If**/ Tri-State "sf, of last week pub- an ac- Epis- Morti- mini-, Funer- will and con- in Em- Rev. in ex- the Cen- after- where four N.J., Mary Eagles Church. Mrs. broth- Kenneth Jennings, both of Toms River. - ; -. , - Â·Â· - - - ? ; , : ; ; the body is at the Silcox^'Fu- neral Residence for a service Sunday at 2 p.m. Rev. E. Kyle Sawyers, pastor of Zion Method disl Church, will officiate and burial will be in Rest Lawn Me- morial Gardens. Friends will be received at the funeral home from 2 to 4 r a n d 7 to 91 p.m. and the Eagles lodge wil Ihold a memorial service there today at 7:30 pirn. Members of the lodge'will serve as pallbearers. SWEITZER SERVICES Services for Mrs. Hattie Sweit- zer, 79, of RD 1, Frostburg, who died yesterday, in the Kyle Nursing Home, Lonaconing, will be con- ducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the George Funeral Home. Rev. Warren .Watts, pastor ol Piney .Plains Methodist Church, will officiate and interment will be in Davis Memorial'Park. MARSHALL SCHOPPERT PIEDMONT -- Marshall W. Schoppert, 67, of West Harrison Street, died yesterday-morning in Baker VA Center, Martinsburg, where he was admitted an Sep- tember. An American Express agent here for many years, he retired in 1961. He was a member of Trinity Methodist Church here. Mr. Schoppert was a World War I veteran and a son of the late Harry and Gertrude Englebert Schoppert. Surviving is a son, William V. Schoppert, Santa Ana, Cal. A funeral service 'will be held Sunday at 2 p. m. in Trinity Meth- odist Church. Rev. Sumner Saw- yers will officiate and-burial will be -in Philos Cemetery, Western- port. The body is at the residence. JAMES ALEX MONNETTK 'James 'Alex-Monnette, 68, died yesterday at the home of / his daughter, Mrs. Alma Simpson, 1806 Gilbert Avenue, Hagerstown. He formerly resided in Ridgeley and Potomac Park. A son of the late John W. and Rebecca V. (Leasure) Monnette, he was a retired guard at the Celanese Fibers Company. His wife, .Emma .(BeaJ) Monnette,- diea.in 1951. Mr Monnette was a member of Hagerstown Evan- gelical : United Brethren Church, Hagerstown, and Ridgeley Volun- teer Fire Company. Also surviving are a son, Ed- \yard E,;Monnette, Funfstown; a sister, Mrs. Lucretia B o r r o r, Ridgeley, and 'three grandchil- dren. The body will be returned to the Kight Funeral Home. Friends will be received at the funeral home today from 7 to 9 p. m. and tomorrow from 2 lo '4 and 7 lo 9 p. m. JOHN S. ARNOLD KEYSER -- John Sloan Arnold, 74, New Creek Drive, died at the Potomac Valley Hospital Thurs- day morning. "He was born in-Keyser, a.son of Zaehary and Annie Saylor Arn- old. He was a member of the Duling Church of. New Creek: . Surviving are his wife, Eva (Logsdon) Arnold; two daughters, Mrs. Andrew Leatherman and Mrs. John McLaughlin Â· both of Keyser; two sons John S. and George T. Arnold, also of Keyser; three sisters, Miss Nancy Arnold and Mrs. Thomas Corbin, both of New Creek, and Mrs. Ruth Haver- male, Sidney, Ohio; two brothers, .Wheeler and Z. T. Arnold, both of Frostburg, and nine grand- children. MRS. HULDAH SIMONS 'BEDFORP -^ Mrs. \HuWah Si- mons, 96, widow of Walter Si- mons, Rainesburg, Pa., died yes terday in Bedford County Memo- rial Hospital. - - Â· She was a native of Bedford County, a daughter of the, late James and Emily Miller Zem bower. , 'Â·..,.' Â· Surviving are five children, Mrs. May Williams, Rainesburg; Wade Simons, . Bedford : RD 3; Mrs. Olive Nave, Bedford Val- ley; Mrs. Hazel Nave, West Carl- ton, Ohio, 'and Mrs. Ada Sen- warlzwelder, Bedford. N i n e t e e n grandchildren, 31 great - grandchildren and t w o great- great - grandchildren also survive.' Â·Â· The"'body is at the Geisel Funeral Home here. A funeral service will be held Saturday.at 2 p. m. in Centerville. Methodist Church. Rev. Gaylan Whiteman and Rev. John Stephenson will officiate and burial will be in Friendship Cemetery, Centerville. PHILIP D. MORELEN Philip Dewayne Morelen, 21- month'-old son" of Oscar and .El- eanor '(Morris) Morelen, Carpen- ter's Addition, Ridgeley, was dead on arrival yesterday at Sacrec H e a r t . Authorities attributec Heart. Besides his parents he is sur- vived by a brother Melvin, and a sister, Cindy, at home. The body is al the George Funeral Home where friends will be received from 7 until 9 p.m. today and.tomorrow from 2 lo 4 p. m. and 7 lo 9 p. m. - Services will be conducted on Sunday al 2 p. m. in Calvary Melhodist Church, Ridgeley. In- terment will be in Sunset Memor- ial Park. UittTHS Henry Seiiiiant,/Â·Newark; N.'JY; a brother, Frank" 4 Stitcher, city ;'.'a sister, Dorothy Stitcher, city; 17 grandchildren and Â· otte Â· great- grandchild. The body is at the Hafer' Fii- neral Home where the family will receive friends today from 7. lo 9 p. m. and tomorrow and Sunday from 2 to 4 p. m; ; and 7 to 9 p. m. A Requiem Mass will be cele- brated on Monday at 9 a. m. in SS. Peter and-Paul Church and interment will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery. -V:i : Â· : . Â· Â· l . o - The Rosaryj ; wjll be recited at the funeral home .on Sunday at 8 p. m. : Â·Â·Â·';,Â· , SCHOPPERT SERVICES PIEDMONT-^Services for Mar- shall \V. Schoppert, 67, : of here, who died yesterday in Baker VA Center, Martinsburg, will be con- ducted SundaV at 2 p. m. in Trinity Methodist Church. Rev. Sumner Sawyers' will of- ficiate and .interment will be in! Philos Cemetery. Survivors include a brother, Harry E. Schoppert, Chillicothe, Ohio, and . three sisters, -Mrs. Maude Wright, Â· Chillicothe; Mrs. Arizona Bittinger, Hamilton, Ohio,[ and Mrs. Alta Edinger, San i Diego, Calif. j The body is at the residence Tne 73rd Illinois i n f a and will be taken to the church known (luring the cjvil at noon on Sunday. the "Methodist Preacher" regi- ment. Its colonel, Oriions, Easter lilies, tulips, gar-ionel, major, lie and hyacinths all belong to seven lieutenants the-varied lily family. I Methodist ministers. DiNICOLA-Mn-and C., RD 2, yesterday'in ENGELBACH--A/lc Robert E., 51 Avenue, a morial Hospital.' Â· JOHNSON -- J o twin sons today pital, .; * t.jijj.,'; LANDIS--Mr. Eckhart, i Memorial-Hospital. SHIREST-Mr; apd 520 ^eall'Streel;\"a day, in .Memorial STEVENS--Mr.; R., 307 Baltimore daughter today Hospital. SULLIVAN--Mr. L., Avenue C, a son today in pital.- SWANGER--Mr. W., 408 Cedar ter today in WRIGHT-Mr. and RD 5, Winchester yesterday.