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Obituaries-Funerals was in a mood to make maior concessions. No negotiations were ed illness. He had been a watch' scheduled man at uie t. a. noe corpora tion, but had been unable to worK since February. He was born Nov. 13, 1913 in Ross County, the son of John R. and Ethel Boots Seymour. He was i. - . m , " ! married in September, 1937 to L. FuEerton Columbus, and Jack. MiUer who survives. iruiierion,, urove cuy; a 4uu:r,j other survivors are his mother, :Mrs. S. K. Dav. this citv. and f D,,t e thru dvmksrt frs four grandchildren. 1 Roberta Jones of Route 7. Miss The Rv Ben , HES,5 buriaI Grantjview Cemetery. cothe; two sons. Marine Sgt. Priprvifi mav rail at th funpral cm Cdommif rtt Thrrv Point home after 6 p. m. Monday. great-gr-nHrhildrpn. mi-ton. Hart Funeral Service for Merl Frank Hart, 322'i Columbus St., was held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Adelphi Methodist Church. The Rev. Carlton Doughty officiated, and burial was in Green Summit Cemetery, Adelphi, by the Kill Funeral Home, Kingston. Mr. Hart was fatally injured last week while employed at Central Stales Construction Co., Kin-nikinnick. Pallbearers were Thomas Con-grove, Ned Tomlinson, Paul Diet-zel, David Pritchard, Wilson Rose and "Gene Hartley. William Rill was the organist. , Isaacs Service Service for Peter F. Isaacs, 61, N. C; Charles David Seymour Chillicothe; two sisters, Mrs. Mol ly Annon of Chillicothe and Mrs. Mary Pennington of Route 4; four brothers. James R. of Route 6; William C. of Columbus; Howard C. of Route 6, Earl L. of Cleve land. The service will be held at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the Fawcett-Oliv er Funeral Home, with the Rev Wilbur . Goistvofficiatine. Burial will be4 in Greenlawn Cemetery Friends may call aUthe funeral home after 4 p.m. Monday. , John Cornwe CYNTHIANA John Cornwell, 83, died unexpectedly at 3 p.m Sunday at his home in Cynthiana. Born in Kentucky on June 6, 1876, he was the son of Charles a.Td Clarinda Gibson Cornwell. On of 263 Mechanic St will be at 10 Feb. 14, 1897, he married Edith 2'a. m. Tiipsrfav in th Iteihv Me-i Gibson, Who survives. inlmnrial Hnmo Tho Rov Melvin1 Also Surviving are five daUgh Woodard will officiate, and burial irs, Mrs. Margaret Sowers, Lynd- will be in Greenlawn Cemtery. jon. Mrs- ttne Mcnois, i,yncn- Mr. Isaacs was born Nov. i4jDurg, wrs. vuma yeen, .w-jtwh. (1897. in Ross County, the son oflanf Mrs- Nina Nichols and Miss 1 George Starr and Clara Isaacs. ;He died Thursday in Chillicothe Mrs. John W. King Mrs. Mittie Lena King, 78, of 2224 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Indianapolis., died at 12:10 a.m. Sunday at th home of a daughter, Mrs. Robert Keller, 6 Tecumseh Drive, with whom she had been residing Recently. She had been ill for some a - . , 109 . !Countyi Indiana) the daughter of Mr and Mrs, Robert Joyce, she Hospital. Surviving are a son, Charles E. Isaacs, New York City, and a brother, William E. Starr, Windsor, Ont. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p. m Monday, unex- was married to John Newton King in 1898. He died in 1926. Mrs. King was a member of the s fj Bnmch fi st ch h t , Vevay, Ind., and also of the Royal Neighbors Society. Surviving, in addition to the daughter, are a son, J. Howard King of Indianapolis, a grandson, one great-granddaughter, and two sisters, Mrs. Effie Johnson of Seat tle, Wash , and Mrs. Stella Mc-Kinzie of Vevay, Ind. Friends may call at the Fawcett Oliver Funeral Home after 4 p.m, Monday. The body will be taken Tuesday morning to the Kirby Mortuary, Indianapolis, where service will be held Wednesday afternoon with burial in Memorial Park Cemetery there, Helen . Cornwell, both at home three sons, John of Lyndon, Carey of Owosso, Mich , and Kennth, of Alger; , two sisters, Miss Mary Cornwell and Mrs. Dulcene Nichols, both in Michigan; 40 grand children, 46 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. The Rev. George Anderson will officiate at the service, to be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the Cynthiana Church of Christ in Christian Union. Burial will be in the Cynthiana Cemetery by the Smith Funeral Home, Bainbridge. Friends may call at the funeral home after Tuesday noon. Skinner Funeral WILLIAMSPORT - Service for Mrs. Nellie Skinner, of Williarrts port, was held at 11 a.m. Satur day in the Fisher Funeral Home Frankfort. The Rev. Donald Humble officiated, , and burial was in the Brown's Chapel Ceme tery. Mrs. Jessie Beathard prov ided music. . Pallbearers were Carl Baker, Cecil O'Conner, Donald Streiten- berger, James Sykes, and Foster and Weldon Owens. Mrs. James Vastine Waverly Mrs.,Bina Vastine',: 84, Piketon, Route 2, died at 4:30 am. Monday in Mercy Hospital, Springfield, after a three weeks illness. She was born In Pike County Aug. 3, 1875, the daughter of Harrison and Mary Shumate Yeager. Her husband, James F. Vastine, died May 31, 1959. She is turvived my two daughte, Mrs. Bernice Steadman and Mrs. Beatrice Springfield; one brother, Frank Shoemaker BAINBRIDGE -111 for a year Frank Shoemaker. 83. died at 5:30 Hart, p. m. Sunday at his home in Floyd Yeager, Carmel; one sis Bainbridge j tr. Mrs. Maggie Buch, near Cir- He was born Feb. 2, 1876, in cleville; and three grandchildren Ross Count v. the son of Samuel! Service will be at z p.m and Jane Caplingcr Shoemaker. Surviving are his wife, the for- Wed ncsday in the 'Boyer Funeral Home. Waverly. with the Rev. mer Lizzie Countryman; three Donald Humble of Pike ton offic ai.0t,(-r. fr.. virin! vid.u ! atmg. Burial wilWbe in Ever- trreen Cemetery, Waverly. Friends may call at the funeral home after noon Tuesday, until time of the service. ,1 Bainbridge, Mrs. Martha Carter, Bainbridge, Route 1, and Miss Ruby Shoemaker, at home; two sons, Alfred, Bainbridge, and Sam tnl A.ko'.lu. - tt ........ : Countryman of Bainbridge; 14! DCfTl UClCQQTlOr. ...LLItJ . I . dllUtllHUI til HHU IUUT Kl t'cll- grandchildren. The Rev. Paul Rost will officiate at the service, to be held at 3 p. m. Wednesday In the Bain- Told to Pay Up WASHINGTON (AP) Democratic National Chairman Paul M. RutW has told state cartv or- bridge Church of Christ. Burial' ganizations to pay up their cam-will be In the Bainbridge Ccme-paign contribution quotas or face tery by the Smith Funeral Home. ! D00,.Pr accommodations at the Friends may call at the residence after Tuesday noon. John R. Seymour John Roy Seymour, 43, Route 7, died at 1:13 p.m. Sunday in Chillicothe Hospital alter an extend- i960 convention. Butler issued a list of slow pay ers Saturday and said 30 states and territories had paid nothing on their 1939 quotas. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS

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  1. Chillicothe Gazette,
  2. 09 Nov 1959, Mon,
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