|Teal, Ella May
April 21, 1926
Ella May Probst, wife of Henry Probst, died Monday afternoon at 2:30
o’clock at her home, 523 East Main street,
following an illness of two years with dropsy and heart trouble.
She had been confined to her bed for only a week.
She was 50 years of age and was a member of the Evangelical church.
She is survived by her husband, two foster daughters, Mrs. Lloyd Chilcot
and Miss Lola Probst, of this city, and by
three brothers and sisters: Joseph Teal, of Williamsport; Jacob
Teal, of Claysburg, Pa.; George Teal and Mrs. Laura Welsh, this city; Mrs.
Joseph Poorman, Romola, and Mrs. George Mann, of Beech Creek.
Funeral services will be held on Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock at
the late residence, Rev. Edward Crumbling officiating. Interment
will be made in Highland cemetery.
Thursday, 21 December 1939
Mrs. Maggie EGGLER, 48, of Lock Haven R.D.
1, wife of Frank EGGLER, died yesterday morning at the Jersey Shore Hospital
following an operation.
In addition to her husband she is survived
by her mother, Mrs. Louise THOMAS of Woolrich, and a sister, Mrs. Edward
EGGLER, also of Woolrich.
Funeral services will be Saturday at 2 p.m.
at the late residence in charge of the Rev. Clarence F. KRESGE. Burial
will be made in Swissdale Cemetery.
Vanemon, Jack C.
Jack C. Vanemon, 62, of Avis Mobil Village, Avis, died early Wednesday
morning, June 17, 198 in the Jersey Shore Hospital.
Born Nov. 2, 1935 in Jersey Shore, he was the son of Carl Vanemon and
the former Florence Larison Vanemon.
A veteran of the United State Air Force, Mr. Vanemon was employed by
Bufforfs Hardware, Jersey Shore. He retired from the Bureau of Forestry.
He and his wife, the former Delores N. Pierce, were married May 23,
1954 in Punxsutawney.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons, Douglas R. Vanemon
of Jersey Shore and Bryan L. Vanemon of
Avis; four daughters, Margaret S. Kilpatrick of Jersey Shore, Brenda
J. Waldron of Roosavelt, N.J., Jacqueline K.
Johnson of Jersey Shore and Kathleen S. Kramer of Flemington; and nine
Two brothers also survive, Clair Vanemon of Villa Park, Calif., and
Richard Vanemon of Antes Fort; and two sisters, Lelia Hawkins of Sun City,
Ariz. and Jeanne Schreckengast of Castanea.
Vasilko, Astrid Hauge
December 14, 1970
(Funeral Announcement) Services will be in St. John Lutheran
Church, Renovo, on Tuesday at 2 p.m. for Mrs. Astrid Hauge Vasilko, 61,
of Lima, Pa., widow of Michael J. Vasilko who died at a nursing home in
Lima on Friday, Dec. 11, 1970 at 1 p.m. The Rev. John I. Cole of
Williamsport will officiate. Interment, North Bend Cemetery.
Friends will be received at the Moriarty Funeral Home, Renovo, after 7
p.m. Monday, and from 12:30 p.m. Tuesday until time for services at the
Moriarty Funeral Home, Renovo.
Weaver, John D.
October 22, 1915
John D. Weaver died at the Hospital Tuesday night at 9:00 o’clock of
appendicitis. He was taken to that institution
Thursday and the operation performed Friday morning. In less
than 24 hours from the time he first complained of
pain the appendix had bursted and peritonitis set in, Little hope was
entertained for his recovery.
Deceased was well known in this city, having been in the butcher business
for many years with the late Sidney Clark, under the firm name of Clark
He was a member of the Church of Christ and the Knights of Mystic Chain.
He was 57 years old and is survived by his wife and the following children:
Mrs. Frank Shroat, of this city; Mrs.
Charles Graw, of Renovo; David and Nelson, of this city. Also
the following brothers and sisters: Fred Weaver and George Weaver, this
city; Miss Mary Ann Weaver, Mrs. Sophia McNerney, this city, and Mrs. John
Wenrick, North Bend.
Funeral services will be conducted at the house this afternoon at 1
o’clock by Rev. H. C. Boblitt and interment at
September 11, 1903
John Wenker, one of the oldest citizens of the county, died at his
home on East Water street Wednesday night
September 2, at the advanced age of 80 years.
The deceased was a native of Switzerland, but at the age of 16 years
came to America and settled in Woodward
township on a farm he still owned at the time of his death. Mr.
Wenker was a man noted for integrity, and for a period of sixty years had
been one of the substantial members of the Evangelical church at Swissdale.
Mr. Wenker was the father of nine children all of whom survive, namely,
John and Alvin of Texas; Mrs. Sees of Watsontown, David of Williamsport,
Jacob, Irvin, Dudley, Mrs. Joseph Probst and Miss Annie of this city.
The funeral was held from the Evangelical church at Swissdale, Saturday
afternoon and interment made in the Swissdale cemetery.
Welch, Leroy A.
December 14, 1970
Leroy A. Welch, 66, a farmer here (Romola) many years, died Saturday
at 2:45 p.m. at the Lock Haven Hospital. He had been admitted to
the hospital earlier in the week, after he became ill at his home.
Mr. Welch was born June 17, 1905 in Curtin Twp., Centre County, a son
of Jacob and Nora Allen Welch. He had both farmed locally, and had
worked for the General Refractories in Orviston. He was a member
of the Romola Christian Church.
Mr. Welch was married to the former Pearl L. Young who survives with
two sons and two daughters: Leroy J, and
Mrs. Lillian Geise, Romola; Boyd A., Howard R.D. 1; and Mrs. Sylvia
Heerly, Lock Haven; also three sisters, Mrs. Zella Davis, Williamsport;
Mrs. Sarah Evans, Philadelphia; and Mrs. Dora Hevner, Beech Creek; and
DICKEY, Pearl E.
Monday, 8 July 1996
Lock Haven - Pearl E. DICKEY, 82, of 220 Middle
St., Mill Hall, formerly of Beech Creek, died Saturday, July 6, 1996 in
the Lock Haven Hospital.
Born Fe. 7, 1914 in Lock Haven, she was the
daughter of James and Carrie RAUCH WADSWORTH.
Mrs. DICKEY was a member of Bible Mission
Church, Lock Haven.
She was a homemaker and enjoyed baking, canning
and flower gardening.
She was united in marrieage July 31, 1933
to Glenn A. DICKEY who preceded her in death Oct. 29, 1978.
Surviving are three daughters, Ruth E. McCLOSKEY
of R.R. 1, Mill Hall, Dorothy P. GEYER of R.R.2 Mill Hall and Betty G.
BECK of Bellefonte; three sons, Kenneth L. DICKEY, Donald P. DICKEY and
Larry G. DICKEY, all of Mill Hall.
Also three sisters, Anna DICKEY of Mill Hall,
Margaret CARIS of Avis and Mabel FIEDLER of Jersey Shore; two brothers
Arthur WADSWORTH of Blanchard and William WADSWORTH of Beech Creek; 20
grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild and several
Funeral Announcement - Interment: 10 July
1996, Christian Cemetery, Blanchard.
Wilson, Gertrude Lynn
uesday, 31 July 1973
Beech Creek - Mrs. Gertrude Lynn WILSON, 96,
a native of Beech Creek, and long a resident of Williamsport, died Sunday
at the Elizabethtown Masonic Home.
Mrs. WILSON and her husband, the late Boyd
WILSON, had gone to the Masonic Home to live in the late 1960s. His
death there followed within the year of their admission.
Mrs. WILSON was born here June 23, 1877, a
daughter of Thomas and Mary KANE LYNN. She leaves two grandchildren,
two great-grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Beatrice BITTNER, of Alabama.
Her funeral will be on Wednesday at 11 a.m.
in Williamport, with burial in Wildwood Cemetery.
Young, Elizabeth Ulmer
June 25, 1973
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Rearick Funeral Home,
1002 Allegheny St.,
Jersey Shore, for Mrs. Elizabeth Ulmer Young, 82, of the Leader Nursing
Center, Jersey Shore, who died at 7:10 a.m. Saturday at the home.
She was the widow of Raymond A. Young. The Rev. David S. Harper,
pastor of the Linden United Methodist Charge, will officiate Burial, State
Road Cemetery,. Friends may call at the funeral home from noon Tuesday
until time of service.
Rearick Funeral Home, Jersey Shore.
Yost, William B.
November 16, 1991
Memorial services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday in the Highland Cemetery
for William B. Yost,
79, formerly of Putnam Manor, who died at Lock Haven Hospital at 10:10
p.. Wednesday, Nov. 13, 1991. The Rev. Lloyd Campbell of the Blanchard
Church of Christ will officiate. There will be no visitation.
Yost-Gedon Funeral Home, Lock Haven.
Yufer, Anna May
May 13, 1921
Mrs. Anna May Myers, wife of John B. Myers, died at the hospital at
4:20 o’clock Saturday morning after an illness of two weeks from pleurisy
and complications. She was 53 years of age.
She is survived by her husband, one son, John Myers, of this city,
and a sister and brothers, Mrs. E. S. Christ, of
DuBois, and William Yufer, of York.
Funeral services were held at the home of deceased’s son, John Myers,
of 316 Henderson Street on Monday
afternoon at 2 o’clock, Rev. S. E. Bidlack officiating. Interment
was made in Highland cemetery.
Zessinger, Miriam Mary
10 June 1961
Mrs. Miriam Mary MYERS, 76, widow of Ralph R. MYERS, died suddenly
early this morning in her home 38 W. Bald Eagle St. Death was due
to a coronary occlusion, according to R. LeRoy BRYERTON,
Mrs. George SNYDER, who lived with Mrs. MYERS,
heard her get up this morning between 5:30 and 6:30, then fall to the floor,
where she found her.
Mrs. MYERS was born in Lock Haven, a daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Alec ZESSINGER. She was a member of St. Luke’s United
Church of Christ.
She worked with her husband in his Bellefonte
Av. sporting goods store, prior to his death on July 4, 1954. She
was a member of the women of the Moose, and auxiliary order of the Masonic
Survivers include two sisters, Mrs. Harry
BAY, Lock Haven, and Mrs. Maude SMITH, Camp Hill, and a brother, George
ZESSINGER, Lock Haven.