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LANCASTER, PA NEW ERA A. Lloyd Se Wed Jr., machinist A. Lloyd Selfred Jr., 76, of 739 Lawrence Blvd., died Friday afternoon of nat. ural causes at the Essa Flory A A Hospice Center, where he had , --1T been a patient for four weeks. 4. He had worked - for Armstrong World Industries Inc. as a machin ist, retiring in 1983 after 40 Lloyd Selfred years. Seifred, whose friends called him "Bud," was a trombonist with Carl Graybeal, Armstrong retiree Carl Graybeal, 89, of Brethren Village, 3001 Lititz Pike, formerly of 4074 Marietta Ave., Mount Joy, died Thursday at Lancaster General Hospital after a long illness. He had lived at Brethren Village for the last three years. Retiring in 1974, he was employed by Armstrong World Industries Inc. for 41 years. He was a charter member of Hempfield United Methodist Church. An avid gardener, Graybeal specialized in growing fruit trees. Born in Ashe County, North Carolina, he was the son of the late Beatrice B. Rinier, 83, retired retail clerk Beatrice B. Rinier, 83, a resident of the Mennonite Home, 1520 Harrisburg Pike, died there Thursday afternoon after a brief illness. A former Ephrata resident, Mrs. Rinier was a retail clerk with Farmer's Supply Co. in Lancaster until her retirement. She was a member of Ebenezer Evangelical Congregational Church in Brownstown. Born in Witmer, she was raised by the late Adeline Neff. James Farmer, 79, civil rights pioneer FREDERICKSBURG, Va. (AP) James Farmer, who as head of the Congress of Racial Equality led the Freedom Riders and helped end segregation in interstate buses in the 1960s, has died. He was 79. Farmer, who had been in ill health in recent years, died Friday while hospitalized, said Ron Singleton, a spokesman for Mary Washington College where Farmer was a professor. No further details were available. The last of the Big Four civil rights leaders of the 1960s, Farmer was blind and had both legs amputated because of complications of diabetes. "Jamés Farmer helped to make America a better nation, and I was saddened to learn of his death today," President Clinton said in a statement Friday night. Farmer founded the Congress of Racial Equality in 1942 and in the following decades shared the spotlight with Whitney Young, head of the National Urban League, and NAACP leader Roy Wilkins. All were overshadowed by the Rev. Martin Luther King. "He is simply irreplaceable," said Kweisi Mfume, president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. "James Farmer leaves this century as one of a few select men and women to be responsible for great change." Farmer's most celebrated accomplishment as head of CORE was to lead the Freedom Rides in 1961. It was a nonviolent effort to Deaths ALBRIGHT, Ross E. Jr., 75, of 726 E. Marion St. Cox, George J., 50, of 507 Roosevelt Ave., Kingston, formerly of Ephrata. ESH, infant daughter of Stephen Fisher and Annie Miller Stoltzfus of Loganton RI. GRAYBEAL, Carl, 89, of Brethren Village, 3001 Lititz Pike. HALDEMAN, Virginia M., 67, (Mrs. John Jr.), 430 Spring Gar- den Road, Gap. HESS, Martha J., 78, (Mrs. Adam H.), 1103 Manheim Pike. MATTERN, Zelvetta H. Hogentogler, 90, (Mrs. Charles R.), 166 Buckwalter Road. McFARLAND, Frederick R., 90, of 116 Nectar Terrace. MELENDEZ, Luana F. Witmer, 69, of 853 Manor St. MOORE, Archie F., 78, of 226 W. Franklin St., Ephrata. MOUA, Lee, 32, of 59 Conrad Lane, Lititz. NAUSS, Rodney K., 34, of 107 Falmouth Road, Falmouth. RLNIER, Beatrice B., 83, (Mrs. Amos F.), the Mennonite Home, 1520 Harrisburg Pike. SEM-MED, A. Lloyd Jr., 76, of 739 Lawrence Blvd. TREGO, Fannie B. Steiger, 92, of penver Nursing Home, Ste-tens. 410.- the Bainbridge Band. The band played a concert in June at Seifred's residence and gave him a 50-year plaque. He also played with the Jimmy Schmidt German Band. Born in Columbia, he was the son of the late A. Lloyd Sr. and Rosina Eicher ly Seif red. He was married to Betty Knisley Seifred for 55 years. Surviving besides his wife are two daughters, Gwen, married to Richard Horst of Lancaster, and Vicki, married to Paul Care of Drumore; five grandchildren, and a sister, Ruth Norris of Baltimore. Newton and Cal lie A. Graybeal. He was married to Pearl R. Graybeal for 65 years in November. Surviving besides his wife are two sons, Harold N., married to Nancy Knoll Graybeal of Lancaster, and Thomas C., married to Carol Graybill Graybeal of Springfield, Maine; two daughters, M. Louise, married to R. Jere Huber of East Petersburg, and Carol G., married to James Wilson of Lancaster; 11 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren, and a brother, Harold, of Peach Bottom. She was the widow of Amos F. Rinier. Surviving are two stepdaughters, Doris Rinier and Helen Singer, and one stepson, Richard, husband of Mildred Rinier, all of Lancaster; six stepgrandchildren; 10 stepgreat-grandchildren; three stepgreat-great-grandchildren, and foster brother, Harold Gibble of Hagerstown, Md. She was preceded in death by a stepdaughter, Miriam Heller. desegregate interstate buses and terminals, but participants encountered violence. He helped recruit CORE members James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner, all of whom were murdered in Mississippi during the Freedom Rides. Their slayings were the subject to the 1988 movie "Mississippi Burning." In the early 1960s, Farmer often faced threats of violence himself. "Anyone who said he wasn't afraid during the civil rights movement was either a liar or without imagination," he said in a 1991 interview. Division within CORE over leadership and direction led Farmer to resign in 1966. More recently, he has taught, served briefly in the Nixon administration and made an unsuccessful bid for Congress. In January 1998, President Clinton presented Farmer with a Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor. "It's a vindication," Farmer said when the award was announced. "I certainly was ignored and forgotten." Early in his career, Farmer worked for the Fellowship of Reconciliation and started contemplating how to change racist practices in America. He became a proponent of Mohandas Gandhi's nonviolent methods, something King later espoused, and founded CORE while living in Chicago. - Births GREENAWALT, Mr. and Mrs. Rick (De Anna Walker), Conestoga, a daughter, at Community Hospital, today. KESTLER-HARSH, Audrey, and Jeffrey Harsh,. Narvon, a son, at General Hospital, Friday. KITCH, Jessica, Lancaster, a daughter, at General Hospital, Friday. LAPP, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel (Kathy Hershey), Gap, a daughter, at General Hospital, Friday. STRICKLER, Lori Shuman, and Anthony W. Alfano, Ephrata, a daughter, at Ephrata Community Hospital, Friday. VELEZ ORTIZ, Solmarie, and Jose Ivan Santana, 236 W. Mifflin St., a son, at Community Hospital, Friday. Tell your friends and family around the country about your newborn with Baby at wwwIcmcnewscom YOUR SEARCH FOR BETTER HEARING VP OBITUARIES Ross E. Albright Jr., 75, retiree Ross E. Albright Jr., 75, of 728 E. Marion St., died Friday morning at Lancaster . General Hospital after an illness of several months. He retired in 4,1-71S Ti 1993 from Bubo- 16". , va Technologies, ' , p a successor to , the former Ham- ; ilton Watch, ' ' where he worked :1 , in the machine shop as a tool and Ross Albright diemaker for 44 years. He was the husband of Mildred Smith Albright. They marked Lee iltioua, 32, was native of Laos Lee Moua, 32, of 59 Conrad A graduate of I ranklin High Lane, Lititz, died Thursday after- School, Stockton, Moua earned an noon at Lancas- associate degree at Computer ter General Hos- - Learning Center, Harrisburg. pital, where he , i Born in Xiengkhoung, Laos, he had been a pa- was the son of Xia Lo of Stockton, tient for two Calif., and the late Sal Ge Moue. days. His death He was married to Chong Lee followed a two- ' for eight years on April 7. week illness. ''' , Surviving besides his wife and He was em- mother are a daughter, Pa Yeng ployed by Sky- Moua, at home; a son, Andrew, at line Distribution ir "fie, home; a brother, Ying, married to Center, Lances- '' Hawaii Lee Moue of Lititz; four ter, until his ill- Lee Moue sisters, May Yia Moue, married to ness. He previously was em- Xia Her, and Mee Moue, married p loyed by Henry Schein to Fue Lee, both of Sacramento, Distribution Center, Denver, and Calif., Ber Yang, married to See Dart Container, Leola. Yang of Brownstown, and Nue He was a member of Hmong Al- Moue of Stockton, And maternal liance Church, Leola, where he grandmother Blia Per of St. Paul, served as assistant treasurer. Mimi. Luana Melendez, was seamstress Luana F. Witmer Melendez, 69, of 853 Manor St., died Thursday morning at St. Jo- , seph Hospital -after a long illness. -, A former seamstress, she 44114y6- last worked for Woodstream t Corporation, Lititz. " - , Born in Lancaster County,- she was the Luana Melendez daughter of the late Melvin R. and Rodney K. Nauss, 34, of 107 Falmouth Road, Falmouth, died Thursday at his cabin on Shelley Island in the Susquehanna River of an apparent heart attack. He was employed by Wilton Armetale Co., Mount Joy. He was a member of NorthAmerica Fishing Club and National A homemaker who was known to her family and friends as "Ginny," she attended Limeville United Methodist Church, Gap. Her husband, John Haldeman Jr., died in 1988. Born in Lancaster, she was the daughter of the late Irvin and Lena Haas Hornberger. The infant daughter of Stephen Fisher and Annie Miller Stoltzfus Esh of Loganton R1 died at birth Thursday in Evangelical Community Hospital, Lewisburg. Zelvetta H. Hogentogler Mat-tern, 90, of 166 Buckwalter Road, died Thursday at Conestoga View after a lengthy illness. She was a press operator for Armstrong Cork Co. from 1928 to 1970, when she retired. Born in Columbia, she was the daughter of the late Andrew and Mabel Breitegan Hogentogler. She was married to Charles R. Mattern, who died in 1975. She was a member of Silver Gina Pi Lours; MSal CCC-A Certified Audiologist Complete Hearing Ala Services 1821 Oregon Pikes Lancaster (next to McDonalele) A BEGINS HERE'.-PAI, their 56th wedding anniversary on Dec. 24. Born in Lancaster County, he was a son of the late Edgar Ross and Amanda Ebersole Albright. He was a member of Conestoga Church of the Brethren, Leo la. He enjoyed trout fishing and traveling. Surviving besides his wife are two daughters, Cherylene, married to Scott Stout, and Cynthia, married to Richard Haines, both of Lancaster; a son, Darryl, married to Pamela Albright of Lancaster; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren, and a sister, Minerva Glick of Leo la. Margie Agesen Witmer. Surviving are two sons, Thomas Hunter Jr. of He llam and William Resch of Lancaster; three daughters, Lawanda Hunter of Lancaster, Theresa, married to William Markley of Pequea, and Melinda, married to William Kline of Lancaster; 18 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and two brothers, Teri, married to Nancy Witmer of Akron, and Melvin, married to Marge Witmer of Lancaster. A son, Timothy Ryan Witmer, preceded her in death. Rodney K. Nauss, 34, Falmouth Rifle Association. He enjoyed fishing and boating. He was the son of Kenneth R. and Alice F. Obenstine Nauss, with whom he resided. Surviving besides his parents are two brothers, Roger K. of Mount Joy and Randy K. of Elizabethtown. Virginia Haldeman, 67, Gap homemaker Virginia M. Haldeman, 67, of Surviving are a daughter, Lori 430 Spring Garden Road, Gap, Lynn, wife of George J. Anderson died Friday at the Essa Flory Jr., with whom she resided; a Hospice Center after a long ill- grandson; four sisters, Betty ness. Hornberger of Oxford, Erma, miczt etf P nsTrrtntlA P Tr ttf Jr., with whom she resided; a grandson; four sisters, Betty Hornberger of Oxford, Erma, wife of Raymond B. Horst Jr. of Coatesville, Joyce, wife of Dare II Canipe of Parkesburg, and Donna, wife of Terry L. Shradley of Christiana; and three brothers, Herbert, husband of Nancy Hornberger of New Holland, Melvin, husband of Ruth Hornberger of East Earl, and Clarence Hornberger of Gap. A brother, Harold Hornberger, preceded her in death. Fannie S. Trego, 92, was garment worker Fannie B. Steiger Trego, 92, for- Born in Lancaster County, she merly of Ephrata, died Friday at was the daughter of the late Her-the Denver Nursing Home, Ste- man and Maria Buchter Steiger. yens, after a long illness. She was the husband of the late A former garment worker, she William Trego. had worked for the former Yorktowne Manufacturing Co. and Surviving is a sister, Elizabeth Ship and Shore Co., Ephrata. Dissmger of Ephrata. She was a member of Bergs- A daughter, Dorothy Trego, trasse Lutheran Church, Ephrata. preceded her in death. Esh infant, daughter of Loganton couple Among her survivors are paternal great-grandmother Katie Fisher of Kinzer and maternal great-grandparents Daniel and Rachael Miller of Bird-in-Hand. Zelvetta Mattern, 90, was press operator Threads Chapter 530 of the American Association of Retired Persons, Lancaster. Surviving are a son, Kenneth B., husband of Rachel le M. Killian of Lancaster; two grandchildren, and a great-granddaughter. In Loving Memory Of William (Billy) Graybill February 9, 1979 - July 10, 1997 It broke our hearts to lose you. But you did not go alone. As part of us went with you the day God called you home. A million times we needed you. A million times we cried. If love could have saved you, You would have never died. Love, Mom, Dad, Terry, Shell, Marsha & Frederick McFarland, ICIID exec. ' Frederick R. McFarland. 90. of 116 Nectar Ter- race, died Thurs- day evening at 'cr Hamilton Arms 1 , Center of natural :1s-,1114 causes. , ' He was the husband of the late Jane E. McFarland, who died in 1996. Born in Nar- von, he was a son ER. McFarland of the late Frederick and Carrie Archie Moore, 78, Navy veteran Archie F. Moore, 78, of 226 W. Franklin St., Ephrata, formerly of Philadelphia, died Friday morning at home after a long illness. He was a driver supervisor for the former Hanscom's Bakery, Philadelphia, until his retirement. A veteran of World War H, he served in the U.S. Navy. Born in Oskaloosa, Iowa, he was the son of the late A. Floyd and Sidna Hasty Moore. Martha Hess, 78, Lancaster homemaker Martha J. Hess, 78, of 1103 StonerYake. Manheim Pike, i - - died Friday ',,.. ,,,. Her husband, Adam H. Hess, morning at Lan- ! ,:ti';;:- I died in 1955. cashire Hall ',;-" '", ) ' Surviving are two daughters, after a brief ill- ,-,f gt Gloria J., wife of Harry E. Wiker t' ',I, o, ness. t t;.,, ,.., 0 , of Lancaster, and Joyce M., wife A homemaker, ,i, -,:-v of John J. Campbell of Washington she was a mem- ,.! ,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,..,, ' Boro; 16 grandchildren; 13 great- ber of Grace ; , 1 grandchildren; and three sisters, Evangelical Lu- ; ,,..., , ,. '1 Ruth Slote and Mary Sipe, both of theran Church, i i 2 Millersville, and Naomi, wife of Lancaster. .... G. Elmer Waltman of Lancaster. Born in Mill- Martha Hess ersville, she was the daughter of She was preceded in death by a the late Aaron M. and Esther E. son,John A. Kenneth Hall, OK'd females at The Citadel CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- post in Charleston in 1971 by PresKenneth K. Hall, whose 47-career ident Nixon. as a state and federal judge in- Five years later, Hall was eluded a decision to allow female named to the 4th U.S. Circuit cadets at The Citadel, died Thurs- Court of Appeals in Richmond, day after a long illness. He was 81. Va. The district comprises West Hall became a circuit judge in Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Boone County in 1952 at age 33. He North Carolina and South Caroliwas appointed to a federal judge's na. Funeral nvitations 101 ' If the Funeral invitation information you desire does not appear, please check the next ovaliable edition of the inteillgencer Journal, Lancaster New Era, or Sunday News ALBRiGHT - Entered into rest in Lancaster, PA, on July 9, 1999. ROSS E. ALBRIGHT, JR., husband of Mildred Smith Al- bright, of 726 East Marion Street, Lancaster, PA, in his 76th year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from The Kearney A. Snyder Funeral Home, 141 East Orange Street, Lancaster, PA, on Monday at 200 RM, with the Rev. Del L Keeney and the Rev. Sandra E. Knaub officiating. Interment in Bareville Cemetery. Friends may call at The Kearney A. Snyder Funeral Home on Monday from 1:00 P.M. until time of service. BARNINGER - Entered Into rest in E. Hempfietd Twp, PA on July 8, 1999. GERALDINE B. "JERRY" BARNINGER, wife of the late Melvin Baminger of 400 Union St, Columbia, PA in her 80th year. Relatives and friends ore respectfully invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial to be celebrated at St. Peter's Catholic Church, 121 S. Second St, Columbia, PA on Saturday at 12PM (Noon) wtth the Rev. Kenneth G. Smith as Celebrant. Final Commendation and Farewell wiN be in Holy Trinity Cemetery, Columbia, PA. There will be no pubtic viewing. Kindly omit flowers. Contributions in Mrs. Barninger's memory may be mode to The St. Peter's Catholic Church Butiding Fund, 121 S. Second St, Columbia, PA 17512. Arrangements by The John E. Kraft Funeral Home, Inc, 31 S. Oth St, Columbia, PA BLACKBURN - Entered Into rest in Lancaster. Pa. on July 6, 1999, MARGARET BLACKBURN, daughter of Walter W. and Kathryn Middleton Blackburn, of 414 Penn View Drive, Millersville, Pa. in her 33rd year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the Memorial Service from the St. James Episcopal Church, corner of North Duke and Orange Sts., Lancaster, Pm on Tuesday at 1030 a.m. with Father Victor J. Thomas officiating. Inumment will be in the St. James Episcopal Memorial Garden, Lancaster, Pa. The family will receive Mends at the St. James Episcopal Church on Tuesday following the Memorial Service. Kindly omit flowers. Memorial Remembrances can be mode In Margaret's memory to Hospice of Lancaster County, 685 Good Drive, P.O. Box 4125, Lancaster, Pm 17604-4125. Ar- r ts Entrusted to The ATgrerwenT. Scheid Funeral Home, 320 Blue Rock Road. Millersville, Pa. COX Entered into rest in Wilk-és-Barre. Pm, on JulY 1999. GEORGE J. COX, husband of Koren D. Hacker Cox. of 507 Roosevett Avenue, Kingston. Pa., formerlY of EPhrata, Pa., in his 51st year. Relatives and friends ore respectfully invited to attend the funercd from the Roseboro Funeral Home, eth and Wainut Streets, Denver, Pa, on Tuesday at 2 p.m. Interment in Memory Gardens. Ephrata. Pa. Friends may call at the Roseboro Funeral Home on Tuesday from 1 to 2 gun ECKERT - Entered into rest in Poi 'Mud. Po. on July 7, 1999, ANNA MARY WEABER ECKERT, wife of the late Wolter Eckert of 1285 Mine Rd, Lebanon. Pa age 93 Years. Relatives and friends cre respectfully invited to attend the funerci on Monday of 10:30 ant in Trinity -Colebrook" Evongefical Lutheral Church. Colebrook. Pa Interment in Trinity "Colebrook" Lutheran Cemetery. Colebrook. Pm Friends moi coN Sweirty from 6-6 p.m. at Oristman s Funeral Home. Inc, 226 Cumbericrel St., Lebanon. mod also Monday from 9:30 avt tril time of service at the church. in Neu of flowers, mernonots may be made to the Memorial Rind of Trinity "Cuiebi uuk" Evoni cal Lutheran axed Pa Box 237. Colearook. Pa 170M SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1999 A-9 fun'eral hvidotpans7 lot FIRESTINE - Entered into rest In Richiond. Pa. on July 8, 1999, EARL E. FIRESTINE, htsband of Ruth A. Copenhaver Firestine, of 307 Poplar Street, Richland, Pa., age 74 years. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral Service from the Myerstown Church of the Brethren, W. Stoever Ave., Myers-town, Pa. on Monday at 11 am. Interment in Richland Cemetery, Richland, Pa. Friends may call at the Myerstown Church of the Brethren on Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. and on Monday from 10 a.m. until time of service. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be mode to Hospice of Lebanon County, P.O. Box 1281, Lebanon, PA 17042-9933. Arrangements by Christman's Funeral Home Inc. 226 Cum- berland St., Lebanon. Pa. GRAYBEAL Entered into an rest in L-caster, Pa., on July 8, 1999. CARL GRAYBEAL, husband of Pearl R. Graybeat of Brethren Village, 3001 Lititz Pike, Lancaster, Pa., In his 90th year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Herinfield United Methodist Church, 3050 Marietta Avenue, Lancaster, Pa., on Monday at 11 am. with the Rev. Dr. Edward E. Barlow and the Rev. David E. Woolverton officiating. Interment in the Silver Springs Cemetery. The family will greet friends from 10 toll am. at the church. Please omit flowers. Contributions in Carts memory may be given to the the Hempfield United Methodist Church Building Fund, 3050 Marietta Avenue, Lancaster, Pa. 17601. The family is being served by the Richard A. Sheetz Funeral Home. HALDEMAN - Entered into rest in Lancaster. PA on July 9, 1999. VIRGINIA N't. "GINNY" HORNBERGER HALDEMAN, wife of the late John Haldeman, Jr. of 430 Spring Garden Rood, Gap, PA in her 68th year. Reiatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the Limeville United Methodist Church, 5783 Limevi He Rood, Gap, PA on Monday. July 12. 1999 at 11AM with the Rev. Keith Price officiating. Interment will be in the Oohing cemetery. Friends may coil at the church on Monday from 10AM unt8 time of service. It desired, contributions may be mode in Virginia's memory to the Essa Flory Hospice, 685 Good Drive, Lancaster, PA 17604. Arrangements by the Brown & Shivery Niteroi Home, Christiana, PA. HESS Entered into rest in Manheim Two., PA on My 9, 1999. MARTHA J. YAKE HESS, widow of Adam H. Hess of 1103 Manheim Pike, Lancaster, PA in her 79th year. Relatives and friends ore respectfully invtted to attend the funeral from The Gundel Funeral Home, 415 N. Duke St, Lancaster, PA on Monday. July 12th at 101343am with Pastor E. W. Huston officiating. Interment in MiliersviNe Mennonite Cemetery, Millersville, PA. Relatives and friends may coll at The Gunde4 Funeral Home on Monday from 9:00-1MOom. The family requests that flowers piease be omitted Contributions in Martho's memory to the Lancaster County Chapter of the American Diabetes Assoc., 630 Janet Ave, Lancaster, PA 17603 wotgd be deeply appreciated MATTERN - Entered into rest in Lancaster Two, PA. on July 8, 1999. ZELVETTA 'HOGENTOGLER' MATTERN, widow of Charles R. Mattem of 166 Buckwatter Road, Lancaster. PA, in her 91st year. Private services will be held at the convenience of the fan. Fred F. Groff Inc. McFARLAND - Entered into rest in Lancaster, PA, on July 8, 1999. FREDERI0( R. McFARLAND, widower ot Jane E. McFarland, ot 116 Nectar Terrace. Lancaster. PA, in his 91st year. Relatives crd trends are resoectfuly invited to attend the funeral trom The Community United Methodist Church, 130 Tennyson &ve. Lancaster, PA co 7:30 P.M. with Vend' Z , Rev. Chcries A Rothermel otticicrtin Private interment w be held at the convenience of the tamely. Friends may cal at The Community brined Methodist Chircti on Sunday tram 6:30 P.M. untl time of service. Please omit Stowers. It desired. contrtutions in his may be sent to elosomEZTr4 Lancaster Courtty, P.O. Box 41 2 5, Lancaster. PA 17604-4125 . ArratgententS by The Kearney A. Silycler Funeral Home, inc. Barkley McFarland. McFarland was the vice president of research and development for K-D Tool Co., where he worked for 56 years. He was a member of Community United Methodist Church. Surviving are two daughters, Terry J., married to Jeffrey I. Pierce of Lancaster, and Jane Lanza of Daytona Beach, Fla., and four grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Frederick R. Jr. He was married to Doris Elliott Moore for 53 years on March 16. Surviving besides his wife are a son, Raymond F., husband of Donna Rogers Moore of Philadelphia; two daughters, Linda, wife of George Kelly of Philadelphia, and Brenda L., at home; six granddaughters; and two sisters, Nyleen, wife of Robert Babcock of Garden Grove, Calif., and Sandra Martindill of Stanton, Calif. MELENDEZ Entered into rest in Lancaster, PA on July 8, 1999. WAWA FAYE WITMER MELENDEZ, of 853 Manor Street, Lancaster, PA, In her nob year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral service on Sunday at 7:30m at The Strad ling Ftiierc Home. Inc., 201 N. Church Ave, Ephrata, PA. Private interment at the convenience of the family in the Bergstrctsse Lutheran Church Cemetery, Ephrata Township, PA. Friends may call from opm until the time of service on Sunday evening at the funeral home. MERRION - Entered Into 4 . ,. rest in Lititz, Pa., on July 9, 1999. MARON ,. ROHRBACH MERRION, 11 wife of the late Edwin Duncan Menion, of 400 East Main Street, Li- titz, Pa., formerly of Ephrata and Olde Hickory, Lancaster, Pa in her 96th year. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend a memorial service in the Chapel of Luther Acres, 250 St. Luke's Drive, Lititz, Pa, on Monday morning at 1 1 aryl. Rev. Dr. Martha B. Sheaffer officiating Interment private at the convenience of the family In Memory Gardens, East Cocalico Township, Pa. Please omit flowers. Memorial contributions may be mode to Luther Care, 400 East Main Street, Lititz, Pa. 17543, or Hospice of Lancaster Comity, 685 Good Drive, P.O. Box 4 1 2 5, Lancaster, Pa. 17604-4125. Services under the direction of Gravenor Home for Funerals, Inc., 100 West Main Street, Ephrata, Pa. MOLIA - Entered into rest in Lancaster, PA on JulY 1999. LEE MOIJA, husband of Chong Lee, of 59 Conrad Lone, Lititz, PA 17543-3050, age 32 Years. Relafives and friends ore resoectfuNy invited to attend funeral ceremonies from Good Funeral Home & Cremation Centre, Inc., 34-38 N. Rearnstown Rood, Reams-town, PA, on Monday morning at 11:00 AM with The Rev. Chuechao moo and The Rev. Vow Lor officiating. Interment In Weaveriand Mennonite Cemetery, East Earl Towns, PA. Viewings MI be held at The Good Funeral Home on Saturday from 9 AM to 12 Noon & 6 to 9 PM; Sunday from 6 to 9 PM; and Monday from 9 to 11 AM. SBFRED Entered into rest in Lancasfer. Pa.. on July 9, 1999. A. LLOYD (Bud) SEFRED, JR, husband of Betty Knisiey Se Wed, of 7)9 Lawrence Blvd., Lancaster, P. in his 77th year. Funeral servkes MI be at the convenience of the family. If desired memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Lancaster County, 685 Good Drive, PO. Box 4125, Lancaster, Po 17604-4125, in Buds none Clyde W. Kraft Funeral Home, ColumbiaLandisville, Pa., In charge of an-cingements, TREGO - Entered into rest in Denver, PA on -1u1V,9 1999. FANNIE EL STEIGER TREGO, widow ot Wam Trego, of The Denver Nursing Home fa ly of Ephrata, PA. in her 93rd year. Relatives and friends are respecthilly invited to attend the funeral from The Stradling Funeral Home, Inc, 201 N. Dural Ave, Ephrata. PA on Tuesday at 1000om . in- terment in the Berastrasse Lutheran Church Cemetery. Ephrata Township, PA. Friends may cal one hour prior to services Tuesetty at the funeral home. It desire rnemccial remernbrcrices in Fannie s memory rnoy be mace to the Bergstrasse Lutheran Oxrch. 9 Hahnstown Roxi. Ephrata. PA 17521 tot Memoriam 105 STOKES. JOSEP A. 710,72 3110,59 Remembered eitM much Uve By Wit, & Dcughter wad YOUR SEARCH FOR BETTER HEARING rFal- . Gina Pi Lours; MSal CCC-A (Mrs. ,.. Certified Audiologist ome, k a .e5, ,, , Complete Hearing Ala Services A 1001 739 orp- 1821 Oregon poPikes c oonLaa:sc) Lancaster 92, of t4A- Ste- 1 BEGINS HERE,- CALL 560-3937 t DAILY LOG (FUNERAL NOTICES ; 4tir .7"," 4r4 , r:"t

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