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SuikI.iv. December 2. I WO 1 1 II ( l( l A 1 1 f Ngi'lRI R MetroB-11 Obituaries pa Death Notice Death Noticei Death Notice MO Matt Yugoslavian BY MIKE Tl'RMELL , The Cincinnati Kmiiircr When Yugoslavian immigrant Matt Kramer arrived in Cincinnati after World War II and opened his Over-the-Khine meat market, he felt like he had come home. Mr. Kramer, a longtime Mount Airy resident, died Friday in Sun City, Ariz., after suffering a heart , attack, lie was 77. . Mr. Kramer and his family fled Yugoslavia. His wife and two children had been in a concentration camp during the war while he was an imprisoned German soldier in England. Unable to gain citizenship in Austria, his native Germany or Yugoslavia, they came to the United States in 1950. By 1953, he had opened Kramer's Meats and it thrived as a family business until closing in 1967. lie had had a similar business in Yugoslavia. A daughter, Hetty Ellis of Morrow, Ohio, said she remembers working in the Elm Street shop when Findlay Market was an everyday operation. "My dad -Aised to make hot dogs for Shillito's when they used to BY DAVE BEASLEY The Cincinnati Kii'iuirer John E. "Jack" Kelly, a WMLX-AM radio personality and an emcee of its big-band dances at Old Coney Island and Sharon Woods, died at his College Hill home Wednesday of pancreatic cancer. He was 52. "He had a wry wit and was the most gentlemanly person I have, ever known," said his wife, Cynthia - Ehmann Kelly. Mr. Kelly had worked in broadcasting in a number of small midwestern radio stations before coming to Cincinnati in 1977 from Chicago. From then until 1979, he was a computer programmer with Federated Department Stores. From 1979 to 1988, he was a programmer with Cincinnati Gas & Electric Co. He returned to radio in 1988 at WMLX-AM where I BY MARTHA MILLER ,' The Cincinnati Enquirer I Paul J. Streicher, a pharmacist who operated Paul's ! Pharmacy in Walnut Hills for 30 years, died Friday at Christ Hospital from complications after heart-bypass surgery. ! Mr. Streicher, 78, of Kenwood graduated from the College of Pharmacology, now part of the University Cincinnati. He opened the store in 1942 and ran it , '.until 1972. In 1947, Mr. Streicher was shot and "became a paraplegic as a result of the injuries. . The soda fountain was very popular, and the pharmacy was among the first to sell women's ; cosmetics in Cincinnati. Jean Cain, Mr. Streicher's niece, said its location at the corner of McMillan and ! Kemper Lane was good for business. I "The store was right where all the buses trans ' ferred," she said. "In those days, the pharmacist was i a friend and people used to just hang around the ! store." "Tristate news digest i Breast-cancer rate high in Cleveland CLEVELAND: A new study shows that the rate of breast can-, 'cer among women living in Cuya-Jhoga County was significantly - -higher than the national average, '.according to a report published ."Saturday. I But Dr. Nathan Berger, board T chairman of Cancer Data System, jAvhich released the study, cautioned that figures which showed '.;vomen here were more likely to develop breast cancer than women .living elsewhere in the nation should not cause undue alarm. ; The annual incidence of breast cancer among black women in the county was 109 per 100,000, :23 higher than the national average of 90. The rate for white women was 118 per 100,000 or ."12 higher than the national average of 105, the study showed. Alleged smugglers say no to immunity ; COLUMBUS, Ohio: Three women being held in Japan rejected a U.S. grant of immunity and .'refused to give videotaped testimo Columbus mayor tests re-election waters : TIIK ASSOCIATED PRESS COLUMBUS, Ohio A '. spokesman for Dana Rinehart said : Saturday that, despite reports to the contrary, the Columbus mayor has not decided if he will run for re-election. WBNS-TV (Channel 10) in Co-- lumbus, quoting unidentified mem-' bers of the Franklin County Repub-I lican Party central committee, said Friday that Rinehart has been tell-ing some of the committee's 132 members he will run for a third " term. Spokesman David Yost said, though, that Rinehart as of late Friday had made no decision. Kramer, market owner immigrant had thriving Over-the-Rhine business Matt John E. "Jack" f 7 , f ; ..... I -1 ' . .. Kramer M Paul J. Streicher J f . 1 p.m. Tuesday. ny about an international heroin smuggling conspiracy. The women, two of whom are from Columbus, asked for legal counsel and refused to answer questions prosecutors hoped would help them in a federal trial that is to take place in Columbus, U.S. District Judge George Smith said. Smith had granted immunity to Columbus natives Brenda Givens and Joyce Crawford and Halima Isa of Nigeria in hopes of obtaining information about their involvement in a heroin conspiracy. Authorities believe the women allegedly helped import heroin from Thailand to Columbus and took the drug through several countries, including Belgium, the Netherlands, England and Canada. FBI sting sends sheriff to court STEUBENVILLE, Ohio: Jefferson County's sheriff goes on trial Monday on charges of extortion and obstruction of justice stemming from a federal undercover sting operation into illegal gambling and political corruption. Sheriff Fred Abdalla and a co-defendant, former deputy George Johnson, were indicted July 5 for allegedly receiving $11,000 in Yost confirmed that Rinehart has been calling committee members, but only to seek their advice on whether he should run. He said Rinehart planned no public statement on his political future for the next week or two. Terry Casey, GOP county chairman, said Friday night that, as far as he knew, Rinehart had made no decision. "If Channel 10 wants to make the announcement, that's Channel 10's business, but, to my knowledge, the mayor has not made any announcement," he said. WBNS reported Rinehart had acknowledged he was calling com serve coneys. We had to skin those little suckers by the skid load." After closing his shop, Mr. Kramer went to work in the meat department at the Frisch's commissary until a heart attack forced him to retire in 1970. After retiring, he operated several apartment buildings in Mount Airy. "He was a heck of an American," Ellis said of her father. Mr. Kramer was a member of the local Donauschwaben and Kolp-ing societies. His first wife; Karoline Kramer, died in 1984, and Mr. Kramer remarried about a year ago. Survivors include his second wife, Elizabeth; three sons, Hon Kramer of Anderson Township, Matt Kramer of Bellevue, Wash., and Nicklas Kramer of Phoenix, Ariz.; three daughters, Elfrieda Springman of Doyles-town, Pa., Betty Ellis of Morrow, Ohio; and Kate Kramer of Clifton; 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services and burial will be Wednesday in Sun City, Ariz. Kelly he was an announcer for the morning show. Mr. Kelly got into radio with the Armed Forces Network while serving in Japan in the Air Force from 1957 to 1960. "He was a super fellow," station manager James Stitt said. "He really fought this thing (the cancer) up until the last few weeks." There are no other survivors. John Kelly He is t0 be burie(1 in his wife-s hometown, Stuart, Va., today. Memorials can be made to the American Cancer Society, 3372 Central Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio 45225. Mr. Streicher drove his own car and kept a 31 -foot boat docked in Lake Erie. Ray Nolting, a longtime tnend, said Mr. btreicher was a talented mechanic who designed devices on his car and boat in order to operate them without the use of his legs. He was a member of the Scot tish Rite. Paul J. Streicher Streicher leaves a sister. Senta Hiller, and a nephew, Don Miller, both of Cincinnati Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Nurre Brothers Funeral Home, 6050 Montgomery Road, Pleasant Ridge. A Masonic service will be at 7 A procession will leave the a.m. Wednesday for burial service at 10 a.m. at Vine Street Hill Cemetery Chapel. bribes to permit illegal video gambling machines to operate in the county during 1988. operator, allegedly paid Abdalla through Johnson for non-interference and information about pending raids. that on March 4, 1988, Johnson told Gabelman that Abdalla would turn his back on the operation of illegal gambling machine in ex change for kickbacks. Louisville finds new police chief LOUISVILLE: Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson named a 19-year veteran of the Louisville Police Department chief. Maj. Doug Hamilton, 39, has 10 years of patrol experience and was most recently assistant chief for the community development unit. He replaces former Chief Rich ard Dotson, captain earlier this fall following an investigation spouse abuse ment against mittee members, but he said h was doing so ask them for say he was Rinehart phone message left at his home Friday night. The mayor announced on July 22 he would not run for a third term when it had had an city Human Brenda Dodnll, 32. Rinehart at first denied the reports, then later admitted he lied. Last month, he said he vi reconsidering his decision. J In addition to his niece. Mr. funeral home at 9:30 FBI agent Flint Gabelman, posing as a video gambling-machine The federal indictment alleges to become its new who was demoted to into allegations of and sexual harass him. to listen to them and advice rather than to running again. didn't return a tele was revealed that he extramarital affair with Services Director I or nioic i nniilrli' hilornulion ,imi .uMii'ss of the iliri'i lor ri'trr In the dcilli in it ic c Ili'loU. l I'IMK ACKlkMAN, Cofifitit Edt'h 2 00PM. BAUOU. Df Geoir)'1 W II 30 AM BAKU HorryR BHANH Robert H 7 00PM BU'CHHf Dolores J. 10 00AM CAMPttfll WilhertG I 00PM COOPIR. Floro Mae 10 00 A.M. CKHK lohnN 9 30AM DENNIS Roberto I ?3QPMDec9 Iredwoy-Pollitt DUDlfT, Tyler Michoel 1 0 00 AM PNSt. William IBill) 10 00AM. FObblH, HorolH Groyson 100PM GllCK Beotnre HARRIS. Donald F Sr 10 00 AM. HENRY, William Ihomns 3 30PM, HONlCAN Opal IIQQAMDec4 Neidhord-Mirges KfNNFDY JB Unrkl IIOOAMDec.4 Dalberl & Woodruff KlfR Joseph KSAMfR Mott lANGDAli Hotel M ;00PM lAuG Oa-lesJ I0 00AM MAISCH VeraMoe IOOOAMDec4 Bebold MAKSHAll Kat.e IIOOAMDec3, Good 4 Kelsch MASON, Howord Wesley MORGtRSON, Ro'.nBelle 130PM MfS Margaret M NAUMAN Anno Moy I 30 PM OGLfSBY. Mrs Jennelle 7 30 P M PERRY. OedoN 10 00 AM. POUNDSlONt, ditbM 1 1 00 AM RIltY, BqieG"qrlean 1 1 00 A M RUfflN lesle RUN If Dons I 10 00 AM SAIIER lomesf 3 00PM SAIVOSKY Iher.soF 200PM SCHNflDfB Ol'voC 10 00AM SCHNiUEB Andw A 7 00PM SCHOOliB V.rg.1 tr 7 30 P M SEABS, Eugene H 'Gene' II 00 AM IRlPPfl Ruthloune II 00AM WATSON MorgnretM WEBER Qlgot IQO0AMDec3 Frederick WflSMAN VivionT. I ? 00 noon YEAGEB flora 0 II-00AM. Death Noticei ACKERMAN Corinne Edith Eliiabeth (Watts), dear wife of the late Clarence H Ackerman, devoted sister of Mrs. Elsie Peterson, Cape Coral, FL, beloved aunt ot Mrs. Russel Swenson, Cape Coral, FL and John Nordcnson, Minneapolis, MN, also survived by two grand-nieces and three grand-nephews Wednesday, November 21, 1990 Formerly of Hyde Park Friends may can at The Memorial Mausoleum Chapel of Spring Grove Cemetery, Tuesday 1 PM. untu funeral service at 2 P M II so desired, memorials may be made to The Seventh Presbyterian Church. Arrangements by W Mack Johnson and Anderson Funeral Home. RALLOU Dr. George W., beloved husband ot Lois Shank BaHou, dear father ot George L. BaMou. I and Brynn A. Ballou, grandlather ol Jessica and Rebecca Ballou. Friday, November 30, 1990. Friends may ca at Norman Chapel, Spring Grove Cemetery, Monday trom 1030 A M. untu time of service at 11 30 A. M. Memorials. If de-Sired, may be directed lo me charity of your choice Ekten A. Good Funeral Home In charge ot arrangements ItRANZEL Robert H., beloved husband of Barbara Lani Braniel, devoted lather of Thomas. William, and Patricia Bran:el, brother ol Florence Power November 29, 1990 Age 51. Mr. Branid has donated his body to the University of Cincinnati. Memorial Mass wi be December 4. 7 PM, at the Sacred Heart Church at Nilles and River Rd In Fairfield Remembrances may be made to Hospice ot Miami Valley. 200 N. F. St. Hamilton, OH 45011. BITCIIIIR Dolores J. (nee Maysjak), beloved wile of Raymond L. Butcher, devoted mother ol Susan Jackson, Neil and Thomas Butcher, dear sister of Richard Maysfak. four grandchildren. November 30, 1990. Age 66 Mass ot Christian Burial win be Tuesday, December t at 10 A M at St. Johns Catholic Church, West Chester Relatives and Iriends may can Monday trom t to I P M. at the Schmidt-Dhonau Funeral Home. 10980 Reading Rd , Sha-ronville Memorials may be made to Hospice of Miami Valley or The American Cancer Society, CAMI'llKLL Wilbert G. (Whitie). 61 years old ot Felicity, OH. Leaves his wife, Evelyn Campbell, three sons, Gary, Daniel, and Richard Campbell, one daughter, Lora Jane Covault, two step sons, Danny and Kenneth Riley, one step daughter, Janet Campbell 13 grandchildren, two brothers, Joe Hartllne and Gene-link Campbell Veteran WWII and Korean War. Vice Mayor and Councilman ot the Village of Felicity. Funeral services by Charles H Mclntyr Funeral Home, Felicity, OH, Monday, December 3, I P.M. Visitation, Sunday, December 2, 6 until 9 P.M. Burial Felicity Cemelery, COOI'KR Flora Mae (nee Crocker), beloved wile ot the late Ernest H Cooper, devoted mother ot Ernest R and BiKy L. Cooper and the late Gary O. and Floyd F. Cooper, also survived by Ilk grandchildren and five great grandchildren, dear sister ot Ava Toiar end Harvey Crorker Friday, November 30, 1990 Resident Norwood, OH. Aoe 76 years Funeral services at Ihe Naeole, Kleb Is Ihlendorl Funeral Home, 3900 Montgomery Rd . Norwood, Monday, December ) at 10 A M Friends may caH Mond.iy morning trom S 30 A M. until time of services. Sell it I i i.k i limit: 1 ) ri: Dec. 4 W Mack Johnson j. Anderson Dec 3 FldcnA Good Paul 8 Young Ret 4 Dec 4 Scnmidi-Dhonou Dec. 3 Chrirles H Mclntyre Dec. 3 Noegcle, Kleb & Ihlen-dorf Dec. 3 Nurre Bros. Dec 3 Imwrjlle Memorial Dec 4 Paul 8 Young Dec 4 Argp. Bolton & lunslord Mmges Dec 3 Paul Young Dec 4 Grubbs 4 tinneman Noegle. Kleb & Ihlen-dorf Dec 4 Paul 8. Young Dec 3 Dalben 4 Woodruff Honnah-Iufts-Schild meyer Dec 8 Argo-Bolton 4 lunslord Dec 3 Tredwoy-PplliH Dec 3 Thpmpspn Dec. 4 Miller-Busse & Borg mann Dec 3 Dalberl 4 WaodruH Dec 4 Jomison 4 lomison Dec 4 Mphoei Dec 3 Ihomos Mempnol Dec 4 Allison 4 Bose Inc Dec 4 Aleiondnp Dec 3 Gump-Holt Dec. 4 Hpll-Jprdon Dec 4 Hodopp Dec 3 Howtnome-Bowles Aroa Bpllon 4 lunslord Dec. 3 Neidhord-Mmges Dt4 Hodopp Death Notice BARR Harry R Friday, November 30, 1990. Paul R. Young Funeral Home, Hamilton, in charge of arrangements. CREEK John N beloved husband of Jean Lee Creek, dear lather ol Mrs. Lawrence (Carol) Drey er, EvansvWe, IN and Mrs. Tim (Mary) Joyce Pansier a, Ashe-vWe, NC grandfather of Daniel Dreyer, Megan and Jettrey Pan si era. Thursday, November 29, 1990 Age 70 years. Resident ol Western HiHs. Friends may cal Gump-Holt Funeral Home, 3440 Glenmore Ave., Sunday 4 untu 7 P M. Mass of Christian Burial, St. Antoninus Church. Monday 930 A M. Interment St. Joseph New Cemetery Member of the Cincinnati Traf fic Club. Memorials may be made to SI Antoninus Church Building Fund, 1500 Linneman Rd., 45238 Nurre Bros. Funeral Home in charge of arrange ments. DENNIS Roberta L beloved wife of Edgar W Dennis, devoted mother of Darnel L. Dennis and grand mother ot Timothy A. and Jen-niter Dennis. Saturday, Decem ber I, 1990, formerly ot Norwood. At the request of Mrs. Dennis her body was do nated lo Medical Science Her memorial service wd be held at the Norwood Christian Church, 4400 Ashland Ave., Sunday. December 9 at 2 30 P M., where she was Disciple of Ihe year m 1965 It trlends desire, memori als may be made to the donor choice Tredway-Pollitt Funeral Home Inc., Norwood, arranging services. nini.EY Tyler Michael, beloved hfanl son ol Terrence and Tammy Dudley, dear brother of Ihe late Nicholas Dudley. Survived by loving grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Friday, November 30, 1990. Friends may call at the ImwaHe Memorial, 4SII Vine St . St Bernard. Monday morning trom 9 30 to 10 A M time of funeral services. Memorials may be made to Good Samaritan Hospital, NBSCU. ERNST William I Bill), beloved husband of Judy A. (Wahle) Ernst, devoted son of George Ernst and the late Mary (SchaUel) Ernst, dear father ot Laura, Jennifer, Ann, Matthew (Kim), Mark, and Gregory Ernst, grandlather ot Nicole, Jenniler, and Heidi. Friday, November 30. 1990. Residence North College HiN. Mass of Christian Burial, St Margaret Mary Church, Tuesday at 10 AM Friends may call at Paul R Young Fu neral Home, 7345 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Monday trom 6 lo 9 P.M. It SO desired, remembrances may be sent to The American Diabetes Assn, Roger Bacon High School, or American Heart Assn., IOSSITT Harold Grayson, beloved hus band ol the late Minnie Mae Fossitl (nee Dark), devoted lather of Josephine Mae Or Iwcln, Penny Lee Brell, Harold Grayson Fossilt, Jr., and Dan ny Lee Fossitl, dear brother ot Florence Maybury. also ur vived by nine grandchildren and one great granddaughter. FN' day November 30, 1990 Age It years. Resident ot Rising Sun, IN Funeral service, Tuesday al I PM at The Flour Creek Christian Church, Pendleton County, KY Visitation, Monday 6 lo I P M at Ihe Argo Bolton & Lunslord Funeral Home, 100 t. Miami Ave, Cleves and Tuesday from 12 to 1 P M at the church Memorial contribu tions. It so desired, may be directed to The Rising Sun Lite bqnao. today with a classified ad in The Enquirer . . . Call 421 LICK airue (nee Lake). Due oo lite o funeral Mmges Funeral Home, H-irrison, OH HARRIS Donald t , Sr , beloved husband of Sherry ( S holtteruei k Hhil lips) Harris, devoted son of Herbert Harris, and the late Sarah IGihbsl, step son ot Ro-sella Harris, dear lather ot Donald Harris, Jr., Deborah Wisse! Dester Phillips, Jr , and Vickie Mae Bowman, grandfather ot Sherry Lynn Starlile, Matthew, Morgan, Michael, and Donny Ray. brother ot Ut ile Mae Banks, Nancy Sandlm, Zelda Fraley, Ray, Bill. Cor belt, elm, Bob, Bennie, and George Harris. Friday, November 30, 1990. Suddenly at 49 years of aye Residence Camden. Funeral service Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Ave,, Ml. Healthy, Monday at 10 A M. Friends may call Sunday from 3 to 6 P M. IKKNKY William Thomas, beloved hus band of Virginia Collier Henry, dear lather ot Gary Henry, LeRae Williams and Tonl Scherbauer, grandlather of seven, also survived by several nieces and nephews November 30, 1990. Age 62. Resident ol Florence, Ky, Services wilt be held Tuesday at 2 30 P M , at the Landmark Baptist Church, Cmti , OH. Visitation, Monday 5 to I PM at the Grubbs & Unnemann Funeral Home, 1940 Burlington Pk, Memorial contributions may be made to The American Cane er Soc lety. IIONICAN Opal (nee Thacker), beloved wile ot Gene Honican, dear mother ot Phoebe Rogers, Gary, DarreK, Richard, Kevin, Karen, and Lorl Honican, also survived by 12 grandchildren, dear sister ot Pearl Watts and Jay Thacker and the late Ruby Shearer and Jewel Sexton Friday, November 30, 1990 Age 69 years visitation, Monday, De cember 3 from 6 to 1 P M at the Neidhard-Mlngcs Funeral Home, 3155 Harrison Ave., Westwood. where funeral services will be held, Tuesday morning at II AM. Burial Bridgetown Ceme I er KENNEDY JB (Jack), dearly beloved husband ot Margaret F Kennedy (nee Hogan) ol 52 years, dear brother ot Melvm Kennedy, brother-in-law ot Ruby Ken nedy, dear uncle of Amy, all residents ot Leiington, Ken- lucky, also survived by cousins and friends. Friday, November 30. 1990 Age 71 years. Funeral service, Tuesday II AM. al Ihe Dalbert 8, Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudmot Avenue at Queen City. Visitation. Mon day 7 P.M. Yeatman Lodge 1 162 F J.AM Service 7 30 P M It so desired, memorials may be made to Price Hill Baptist Church, 4431 Glenway Ave Cmli.OH 45205 KIZEK Joseph, beloved husband ol the late Margaret Ricth Kner, de voted father of Judith Ann Kit- er, also survived by many nieces and nephews. Suddenly, Thursday, November 29, 1990. Residence Norwood, OH. Age I years. Funeral services pri vate at Ihe convenience ot Ihe family. Memorials may be d. reefed to Ihe Lutheran Church ol Our Savior, 2141 Williams Ave., 45212. KRAMER Mail. January 3, 1914 to No vember 30, 1990. Beloved hus band ol Eliiabeth Kramer and the late Karoline Kramer, be loved lather of Ron, Mall, Nick, and Kate Kramer, Freida Springman and Belly Ellis, grandfather of ten, great grandlather ol three Services wti be neid in Sun City, AZ. LANG DALE Haiti M. (nee Johnson), be loved wife of Ihe late Wiliam G. Langdale, devoted mother ot Mrs Michael (Carol) Marsh and Daniel T. Langdale, dear grandmother of seven grand children and seven great-grandchildren. Friday, November 30, 1990. Residence Colerain Township. Funeral service al White Oak Christian Church, Tuesday 2 P.M. Friends may cal al Paul R Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Monday from 5 to 8 P M It so desired, remembrances may be sent lo White Oak Christian Church or American Heart Assn. LAl'G Charles J , beloved husband ol Helen M. Laug (nee Sebum), devoted lather ot Marilyn Carr and Charles W. (Butch) Laug. loving grandfather ot Christy, Timothy, Brian, and Trioa, dear talherm-iaw ot Joseph Carr and Pamela Laug. dear son-in-law ol Johanna Schum, also survived by a brother and sisters Wednesday. November 21. 1990 Age 73 years Blessing service, Monday, December 3, 10 AM at the Dalbert and Woodrull Funeral Home, 2880 Boudmot Avenue at Queen City Visitation, Sunday evening 4 to P M. MAISCII Vera Mae (nee Turner), beloved wife ot the late Arthur Maisch, dear sister ot Fay Chapdu, Gay Turner and the late Mary Murphy and Wiliam Turner, also survived by many nieces and nephews. Saturday, December 1, 1990 Age 7. Friends may cal at Renew Fu neral Home. 3700 Glenmore Av. enue, Cheviot, Monday 6 to 8 P M Services, Tuesday 10 AM Memorials may be direct ed lo the American Cancer Society, 3372 Central Parkway 45225. MARSHALL Katie (nee Kinsier), beloved wile ot Frederick G. Marshall, devoted mother ot Virginia Sharp, Jimmy Marshal, Tom my Marshal, Linda Taylor, Ml chael Marshal, and Fred Mar. shal, Jr., dear sister ol Martha Lloyd, grandmother of 17, great grandmother of live November 30. 1990 Age 70. Resident ol Oakley Visitation, Mon day, December 3, 1990 from 10 00 until time ol service at 1 1 A M , al Ihe Oakley Square Church ol God, 2970 Madison Rd Will, Good & Kelsch Funer al Home serving the family MORGERSON RosaBelle (nee long), devoted mother of daughter and son-in-law, Lynne and David Sr anion, ot CtnHa Vista. CA. son, William David Morgerson. ot Connecti cut, loving grandmother ot Wil liam David Sc anion, dear sister to Eugene Lorig, ot Eagle, CO and the late Mar Lorig caring aunt to seven nieces and neph ews, phis devoted and loving teacher lo her pupils al Margaret B Rost School ol Bridge town. Ms. Morgerson served 3 years active duty m the Navy m WWH as a communications officer. She wll be burled with lii Military Honors, Sunday, December I at Ft. Rosen cranlj, San Diego, CA and her ashes scattered al sea A cele bration In her memory will be held by her many Iriends, at the Flrsl Presbyterian Cbiirh ol Delhi, Gracely Ave (Saylor Park ) on Saturday. December I at I 30 P M It desired, dona lions may be made to The Rose Morgerson Memorial Fund, First Presbyterian Church ot DelN (45233). The American Cancer Society, or to another charily ot ones choice. MASON Howard Wesley (Jarkl, ol Plensrtnl Plrtin, beloved husband ol the lale leiia IBrtbe) Grote Masun, devoted tnlher ol Jat ki Rooorts and Donald Mason, loving grandlather ot Wendy Litlle, Sloven Mason. Tim CowgiiiH, Tom CowguiH, and len great grandchildren Suddenly, Friday, November 30, 1990 in his 8Vlh year Serv ices wiH be held at the convenience of the family, with Interment In Edwardsville Cemetery. The larnily request memorial contributions be directed lo The Harland Town ship Fire and Rescue Hannah-Tufls-Schildmeyer Funeral Home, Blanchester, in charge ot arrangements. MYERS Margaret M. (See Margaret M. Watson), N AI M AN Anna May (nee VanKirk), wife ol the late Richard L. Nauman and daughter ot the late Dr. James C. and Rosanna Van- Kirk Saturday, December 1, 1990, lormerly ot Norwood. Lale residence Llantalr Retirement Center, College Hill. Friends may call at the Tred-way-PollItt Funeral Home Inc., 2131 Cameron Ave , Norwood, Monday from 12 30 P M. until lime ol tuner el I 30 P.M. OGLESBY Mrs Jeanetle, beloved mother of Mrs. Margaret Jones, Mr. Vertie Ogiesby, Mrs. Willa Wright, and Ms Helen Ogiesby, dear sister ot Mrs. Ethel Wilis, also survived by 31 grandchildren, 42 great-grandchildren, other relatives and trlends November 28, 1990 Friends may call at the First Baptist Church ol Walnut Hills. Park and Lincoln Ave , Monday, December 3, trom 6 P.M. until the hour ol service at 7 30 PM. Rev. Thomas Ferrel, Pastor, Interment 10 30 AM, Tuesday al Ihe Oak Hills Cemetery. Thompson Funeral Home. PERRY Cleda N (nee Mosses), wile ot the lale Aaron M Perry, devot ed mother ot Aaron, Charles, Kenneth, Doyle, Robert, and William Perry, Jean Holley, Jeannette Heltenstine, Carolyn Welgel, Margaret Julian, and the late Freddie Gene Perry, dear sister ol Pauline Woods, Alma, Arvil, and the late Clarence Mosses, also survived by 26 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews Friday, November 30, 1990. Friends may cal al the Miaer-Busse & Borgmann Funeral Home. 3464 Central Pkwy., Otton. Monday from 5 to 9 P M Mass ot Christian Bmral, St Francis Seraph Church. Liberty and Vine SIS . Tuesday at 10 A M. H desired. memorial contributions may be directed to the St Francis Soup Kitchen c o St Francis Seraph Church. 1615 Vine St. 45210. I'OINDSTONE Edith M (nee Sicking), beloved wile ol the late John N, Pound-stone, Sr . loving mother ol JoAnn Schmidt and John N. Poundstone, Jr. dear grandmother ol 10 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren, dear sister of Eleanor Baumer and Evelyn Redder! and Joseph, Jacob, William, and Edward Sicking and the lale Henry and George Sicking Thursday, No vember, 29, 1990. Age 87 years. Funeral service, Monday II A M., at the Dafeert and Wood rull Funeral Home, 2(80 Boudl- not Avenue at Queen City. Visi tation, Sunday 4 to I P.M. If so desired, memorials may be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Assoc. or the Neediest Kids ot Al. RILEY Rose Grigerlean. Departed lie on Thursday, November 29, 1990 In her 80th year. She was a loving mother who dedicated her life totaly lo her children. She leaves lo celebrate her Hie three daughters, Ruby Allen, Rose Jones, and Dr. Nancy Walton, two sons, Wiliam and Howard, three sisters, Rosalee, Evelyn, and Nancy, one brother, Howard, ol North Carolina, three sons-in law, Johnny Jones, Robert Allen, and Dr. Joseph Walton and one daugh ter-in-law Mary Riley, 11 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren and one great grandchild, and a host ot other relatives, acquaintances and Iriends. A Memorial Serv ices wil be held, Tuesday, De cember 4, 1990 II 00 A M trom the Norman Chapel Spring Grove Cemetery. Jamison & Jamison in charge ol arrange ments. Rl'N'TE Doris I. (Jean) (nee Bainum), wile of the late Edward G. Runte, devoted mother ot Ted and the late Jim Runte, sister ot Betty Malott, Becy Bauer, Jan Davis. Calvin. Richard, and Bil Bainum Friends may cal at the Maham Funeral Home. Wil liamsburg. Monday 6 to I P M Funeral service, Tuesday at 10 00 A M SAILER James E . husband ol Jane Saner, also survived by his children. Randy, ol Granby, MA, William. San Diego, CA, Carolyn, Huntington, MA. David, ol Watertown, MA, and James Sailer, Cambridge, MA. November 28, 1990. Memorial services, Monday, December 3, 3 PM., at the Kennedy Heights Presbyterian Church ft desired, memorials may be di rected to The Caring Place or Habitat tor Humanity, Cler monl County. Thomas Memori al in charge ol arrangements. SALYOSKY Theresa E , sister ol Ihe late Carl Salvos y and several cous ins. At her residence, St Charles Convalescence Center. Formerly ot Ft Mitchell KY and Sardinia. OH. Saturday. December I, 1990. Age 91 years. Friends may call at the Allison & Rose Funeral Home Inc., Rob- bins St and Madison Ave . Cov ington, K Y. Monday, December 3 trom 4 until 6PM and at the Beam-Fender Funeral Home, Sardinia. OH, Tuesday. Decem ber 4 from 12 noon until 2 P.M. service Interment Sardinia Cemelery. SCHNEIDER Ollva C (nee Goeli), beloved wife ol Ihe late Albert F Schneider, dear mother ol Aline Fulscher, Imogen En-iweiler, Mildred Klurrip, Frank and Albert C. Schneider, dear grandmother ol 29 grandchildren and II great-grandchil dren, dear sister ot Emma Es Chan. Saturday, December I, 1990 Residence Alexandria, KY Moss ot the Christian Buri al, Tuesday, December 4 at 10 AM Irom St. Mary Catholic Church, Alexandria. Friends may call S to 9 Monday even ing. Alexandria Funeral Home, 325 Washington Ave., Alexan dria, KY. SCIINEI.I.ER Andrew A . beloved husband ol Ihe late Karen Sue (nee Bove ), dear lather ol Brenda Shields, Dale A., and Scolt A Schneller, dear brother ot Joan Cyphers November 30, 1990. Age 46 years Family and Iriends are Invited to attend a Memorial service al Gump-Holt Funeral Home, 3440 Glenmore Ave. Cheviot. Monday, December at 7 P M. Rl H IN Leslie Wresllm Promoter in Cmli area Funeral arrarnje menls Breens Funeral Home, Lawrence, MA SCHOOLER Virgil Jr , devoted husband ol Bernelt Schooler, loving falher ol Raphael Schooler, dear brother ol Norman Schooler and Betty Jane bedlord. also survived by his special auril and uncle, Lenora and Jason Slagner, Yellow Springs, OH, and a host ol nieces, nephews, aunls, uncles, cousins, Inlaws, Iher relatives and many friends November 29, 1990 al age 58 Funeral services Tuesday, 7 30 P M al Tryed Stone Baptist Church, 5015 Reading Rd, Bond HiU Rev. Anderson CiOreath, Pastor, Officiating Friends may call 6-7 30 al church. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. Arrangements by Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, Lockland. SEARS Eugene H. Gene', beloved son of Margaret Sears and the lale Ralph Scars; dear brother of Ralph W Charles P. 'Whiley' and Robert K, Sears, brother-in-law ol Charlyne, Grace, and Connie Sears; also survived by live nephews and one niece. Suddenly Friday, November 30, 1990 Age 62. Resident ot Win- Ion Place Friends may cal al the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine St. Carthage, Tues day, trom 10 A M until time ol tuner al service at II AM. Memorials may be directed lo the Animal Rescue Fund. P O Box 464 Amelia, OH 45102. TRIPI'EL Ruth Louise (nee Bronstrup), beloved wile ol Louis Victor Trippel, loving mother of Louis H, Trippel ot PA and Annette Schneider; also brother Lmn Bronstrup and sister Helen Shanahan ol FL; she was pre ceded in death by brother Allen Bronstrup; live grandchildren, one great-grandson and one step-great-grandson Mrs. Trippel was a member of Ihe Trinity Lutheran Church, Visitation Sunday, December 2, 6 lo 9 P.M. at the Hawthorne-Bowles Funeral Home, 7830 Hamilton Ave., Mt Healthly, Funeral services Monday, II A M at the Trinity Lutheran Church. 1553 Kinney Ave. Mt. Healthy. Friends may cal at Ihe church 10 A M until time of service Memorials to the Trinity Lutheran Church, Ml. Healthy. WATSON Margaret M. (nee Myers), dear sister ol Mabel Hemphil, loving aunt of Jack L. Myers, Barbara Evans and Gary Hemphil. also survived by 12 great-nieces and great-nephews Friday. November 30, 1990 at Twm Towers Age II years. Former resident ol North Bend No Visitation. Graveside services at Maple Grove Cemetery at the convenience ot the fame ty. Arrangements made by Argo-Bolton &. Lunslord Funeral Home. Memorials may be directed to the charity ot your choice. WEBER Oga J I nee Nineft), beloved wile of the late Anthony P. Weber, devoted mother ol An-' thony G. Weber; dear mother-in-law of Saly Walkms Weber; loving grandmother of Sujarme Weber, sister of Kerel Ninetf, sister -in-law of Mary Nt-netl; aunt of Kyle Ninetf and Cheryl Ninetf Wednesday, November 28, 1990. Age 75. Resident of Maple Knol Vilage. Visitation at the Frederick Funeral Home, 2553 Banning Rd at Pippin, Sunday trom 6 to I P.M. Mass of Christian Burial St. Bartholomew Church, Monday at 10 A M. Member F OP. Ladles Auxiliary I9 Memorials may be made to Ihe American Cancer Society or American Lung Assoc. ol Southwestern Ohio WEISMAN Vivian T. (nee Pittllo). beloved wife of Louis Wetsman. dear mother of Frances K. Smith and Louis M. Wetsman, dear mother-in-law of Robert J. Smith and Diane Welsman. also survived by live grandchildren. Robert M. Smith, Christina N. Smth. Bradford M. Welsman, Sandy Smith, and Thomas As-km, and three great-grandchildren, Amanda M., Stacey Lynn, and Ashley N Smith, dear sister ot Jerry Lmde, James Pitlillo, and Sylvia Mack, also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Friday, November X. 1990 Age 61 years. Member ol the Salem Presbyterian Church. Visita tion, Monday, December 3, trom 10 A.M. untl time ot services at 12 noon, at the Neid-hard-Minges Funeral Home. 3155 Harrison Ave , Westwood. Burial Arlington Memorial Gardens. YEAGER Flora D. (nee Taylor), dear mother of Rick Yeager and mother-in-law ol Linda Yeager, grandmolher ol Jetl and Greg Yeager, dear sister ot Dorothy James. Margaret Bochoven, and Midge McMulen. Friday. November 30, 1990. Age 67 years Friends may cal at the Hodapp Funeral Home. 6041 Hamilton Ave, College Hill, Tuesday from 10 30 A M until time of services at II AM. Memorials may be directed lo The American Cancer Society. World War I Vet World War I Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran "Armed Forces 20 Announcementt A.C. GOBBLING & SON FT THOMAS en LFVU6 44 1- lJO 4V1 4500 J.J. GILLIGAN & SON 2926Woodburn 281-8311 Muehlenkamp-Erschell 261-8093 Newport. H. Thomas, Dayton VORHIS Funeral Home lortimvj SpringcSMe "Norwood 121 0062 77I2S94 6314M4 WEIL N'NIIUI HIIMX I HKIIIN1. HP T. P. WHITE & SONS Mt. Washington 2JI-7I50 35 Floritti ART SI E BAKER FLORISTS CITY WIPF 7 DAY OFLIVFRY 24 HOUR PHONE SEVICE 871 -HUN I .rihfThe Floral k v' Funeral Flowers ol beauty A distinction 961-6622 City Wide, ? 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