The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on October 27, 1966 · Page 29
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B-10 THE DAILY SUN Thurs., Oct. 27, 1966 Death and Funeral Notices (Editor's note: information Included in the following death notices is provided by the mortuaries. If any details, names, dates or hours are in- rnrrprr this npusnanpr WMlId appreciate immediate notifica-L'TJ1 2 P-"1- Sundfy Mark v B. Shaw Chapel; private grave- side services. Pioneer Memorial Nelson, 1 p.m. Friday, Bobbitt Memorial Chapel; entombment, Mt. View Cemetery Mausoleum. EDITH L. LOWENTHAL Services for Mrs. Edith L. MICHAEL F. KESTERSON Mass for Michael Frank Kes-terson, 9 a.m. today, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Rev. Francis Horvath officiating; burial, Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Bloomington; Ingold Chapel, Fontana, directing. INFANT SCOTT ;Cemetery. Friends may call at ULAH J. WEST Anthony W. Scott, infant sonlurnDer nonm ancr ' P-m- Services 11:30 a.m. Friday for of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L.j -v' ! Ulah Jacob West, Mark B. Shaw Scott, San Bernardino, d i e dL . f . ,.lrPP I Chapel; private burial, Monte- San Bernardino Wednesday hospital. Survivors: parents; brothers, nhcic, and Plpan San Rprnar- dino; grandparents, Mr. and:Cemetery- Mrs. Paul Sukey, Hawthorne, Mrs. Clara Cunningham, Cott on. Private services: WILLIAM D. McAFEE cito Memorial Park. Services for William D. Mc Afee, 2 p.m. today. Grove Colo- OSCAR GANDY nial Mortuary; burial, Mt. View I services tor uscar i.anay held Wednesday, urove Loion-lial Mortuary, Rev. Lloyd Schup- FRANK DUNN jbach of Church of Christ, Ri- Private services for Frank 'alto- officiating. Mark B 'Dunn, 10 a.m. today, Bobbitt! Burial: Montecito Memorial Shaw Co. directing. Memorial uiapel; cremation, tJarK; pallnearers, Harris Mt. View Cemetery. Brakesman, Allen E. Romberg, SAVARAH MOORE i Rurdette D. Gandv. Raymond Mrs. Savarah Moore . CV CHARLES C. GIBBONS iGunkel, Ted C. Russell and 1733fi Base Line Fontana, died, fflr Charps c RibJJohn j. Connolly. ,,u... rumcM "3- "'Ibons held Wednesday, Ingold: idont Fontana 15 years, Califor- Fontana; cremation, HARLES C. GIBBONS mLt.?lT' y.Bh,nA Arv,r Montecito Memorial Park. i Services for Charles ( OUIVIV. M.-. HU.ll,f...U, v..u. , ... . , - Moore, Fontana; son, Timothy EVRY VALENZUELA SJ. FoZTn (25 Rosary for Henry ValenzuelaJAmmons of First Baptist 7:30 p.m. today, Ingold Chapel, ! Church, Fontana, officiating; Fontana; mass 9 a.m. Friday, icremation, Montecito Memorial M. Marys Catholic Church, i Park. Fontana; burial, Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Blooming-ton. Davis, Fontana: two brothers, Sam Thomas, Hilliard Evans, both Fontana. Services: 1 p.m. Friday, Stanley L. Dickey Mortuary, Fontana; burial, Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Bloomington. Friends may call after 4 p.m. todav. EDWIN F. FRY Services for Edwin Francis ;Fry held Wednesday, Green MAE A. THOMPSON Acres Memorial ' Gardens. ANTHONY DrRITO j Services for Mae Alice jBloornington, Brigadier General Anthony DeRito. 48, 73fi3 Ma-! Thompson. 10 am Saturday iChris Thomas, Salvation Army, pie, Fontana. died Tuesday, San Bethesda Temple Church of God Pasadcna' and Major Albert Bernardino hospital. Native It aly, resident Fontana 10 years. Survivors: wife, Julia, Fontana: sons, Pat, San Francisco. Gary and Mark, both of Fon tana: daughters. Mrs. Josephine day. Atencio and Debra, both of Fontana; mother, Mrs. Josephine DeRita, brother and two sisters, Italy; three grandchildren. Rosary: 7 p.m. Friday, Stanley L. Dickey Mortuary, Fontana; mass, 9 a.m. Saturday, Resurrection Catholic Church, Fontana; burial, Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Bloomington. Friends may call after 5 p.m. and Christ, Elder L. L. Carter officiating; burial, Pioneer Memorial Cemetery. Friends may call at the slumber room, Til- lie s Mortuary after 10 a.m. to- LULA B. GREEN Services for Mrs. Lula B. Green 10 a.m. Saturday, Mark B. Shaw Kremer Chapel; burial, Montecito Memorial Park. HARRY COMPTON Services for Harry Complon, 10 a.m. Friday, Stanley L. Dick ey Mortuary, Fontana; burial, Pioneer Memorial Cemetery. Longden, Salvation Army, San Bernardino, officiating. Ralph William Allen funeral Home, directing. IDA GEMBERLING Services for Mrs. Ida Gem-berling held Wednesday, Bob bitt Memorial Chapel, Rev. Fenton E. Froom of Seventh- day Adventist Church officiat ing. Music: "Beyond the Sunset" and "Abide With Me." Burial: Mt. View Cemetery. today. RUTH CASTLE Services for Mrs. Ruth Castle held Tuesday, Stanley L. Dickey Mortuary, Fontana, Rev. Horace S. Cushing of Fontana Community Church, officiating, assisted by officers of Order of Eastern Star, Fontana: William Crawford, worthy patron; Lida DeTomaso, worthy matron; Delia Blake, chaplain; Thelma Linville, marshal; five star points, Louise Hargreaves, Kay Mortimer, Lena Sichley, Sally Stevens, Gerda Arhlen. Music: "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere," and "The Lord's Prayer." Burial: Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale. MARGARET L. MOVER Services for Mrs. Margaret Leslie Mover, 1 p.m. today, Mark B. Shaw Chapel; burial, Montecito Memorial Park. HAROLD E. NELSON Services for Harold Edward RONALD L. ROTTOROFF Services for Ronald Lee Bot-toroff held Wednesday, Montecito Memorial Park, Rev. Virgil F. Halbig of First Christian Church of Fontana officiating, Ingold Chapel, Fontana, directing. HEARTBURN? 0 nnna mm ii ii i.. '..i uu Thf great big medicine in the little green roll Billion Dollar Backing r 1 1 i Rirhar J. Rutten s;,,-,,,w.v. I i W'' iiiitiii- iiniiiiip :m -& ! nsl r Worfctnsr for a company wfth over four billion dollars of in surance in force is deeply satisfying, to him. It means that his company Life of Virginia is equipped to offer specialized service professional guidance trustwrothy help to millions of Americans. One specialized service is the unique Protection Check List, designed to help people measure their financial needs and to determine the correct insurance protection to cover their needs. For your free copy of the Protection. Check List caU: Richard J. Rutten . 2 12 E. Highland Ave. 714 TU 3-6912 P. S. Wotild yon be interested in considering a professional career as a Life of Virginia representative in this area? Id be glad to give you details. Call me at the above number or drop by. LIFEVOF VIRGINIA. wmmm j i s j- r mmmmm m vest 9 dressed English weskit brings Califomians a new fashion accent. . . Much can be said (and is said) for British fashions... and the best we import. The return of the weskit to favor is welcome and exciting news to the American male as well as to his European cousins. The weskit is an accessory of distinction to put zest into faded wardrobes and give comforting warmth when the frost is on the pumpkin. Our choice is a pure wool, ribbed knit, meticulously styled by master craftsman. "While stocks are at their peak, buy for yourself and for gifts later: gold, burgundy, blackor olive, s-m-l-xl. 16 95 lUlVUby BYFORD OF BRITAIN SEE OUR COLLECTION OF PJXE BYFORD HOSE SILVERWOODS INLAND CENTERSAN BERNARDINO MARY E. BROOKS Mass was celebrated for Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Brooks Wednesday, St. Bernardine's Catholic Church, Rev. John J. Bradley of St. Bernardine's Catholic Church officiating, Bobbitt Memorial Chapel directing. Burial: Mt. View Cemetery; pallbearers: Frank E. Doyle, James T. Doyle, Richard F. Doyle, Raymond S. Mullen, Dale G. Plein and Al M. Hammer. CLAUDE H. SCOTT Graveside services for Claude Harold Scott held Wednesday, Montecito Memorial Park, Rev. Irvin Cole of First Southern Baptist Church officiating, Mark B. Shaw directing. EVERETT W. McMAHAX Services for Everett Walter McMahan held Wednesday, Mark B. Shaw Chapel, Rev. Charles Hughes of Judson Baptist Church officiating; burial, Mt. View Cemetery. JOH.V R. LEON Services for John R. Leon held Wednesday, Mark B. Shaw Kremer Chapel, Rev. Salvador Sauceda of Apostolic Church officiating, assisted by Rev. Tomas Ramirez, Apostolic Church of Corona. Music: "When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder," "What a Friend We Have in Jesus," and "Beyond the Sunset." Burial: Mt. View Cemetery; pallbearers: Richard Luna, Ro-sario Sermenio, John D. Leon. Outstanding Teachers to Get Awards Eight awards will be Dresent- ed to outstanding members of the San Bernardino Unified School System at the first Annual Monte Corona Awards Banquet Nov. 10. The banquet, sponsored hv the San Bernardino Teacher's Association, will be held at the Monte Corona Conference Center of the California Teachers Association during American Education Week which begins Nov. 6. Awards will be presented to the outstanding teacher; administrator; the educator who has developed and creatively used instructional materials: the association member who! has contributed most throueh professional associations in ad-, vancincr the profession: and the o outstanding educational special ist. Awards will also eo to the educator who has made an out standing contribution in writing, journalism, art, music. vocational arts, general and scholarly publications or drama; the educator who has; made an outstanding contribu tion to educational activities outside the classroom; and the educator who has excelled in civic life. School Lunches Hot lunch menus for San Bernardino city public schools next week are as follows: Monday Sloppy joe on a bun, yams, salad, cake with orange icinff. Tuesday Irish stew (elementary ) , t a c o ( secondary ) , buttered green beans, confetti slaw, half a buttered french roll, chocolate cake. 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