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From the McDonald Record-Outlook  June 23, 1960

William Montgomery RUSSELL, 87, of Hickory R. D., died at 2:00 a.m.,
Wednesday, June 22, 1960, in the Washington hospital.
 Mr. RUSSELL, a son of the late William H. and Rebecca Jane GORDON RUSSELL,
was a well-known dairy and sheep farmer and was born December 25, 1872, in
Candor.  He had resided on his farm in Mt. Pleasant Township since 1918.
 Mr. RUSSELL was a member of Mt. Prospect Presbyterian Church, where he had
served as a trustee for ten years.  He was also a member of Richard Vaux
Lodge. No. 454, F. & A. M.  He received his education at Cross Creek
Academy, and was a former member of the Cross Creek band.
 Surviving are his wife, Nellie Jane JOHNSTON RUSSELL, a patient in the
Washington hospital; and a son, Ralph, of Hickory R. D.  There are three
grandchildren and one great-grandchild.  A daughter, Alice, died in 1948.
 Funeral services were held last Friday afternoon in Burgettstown in charge
of the Rev. Richard A. MORLEDGE, pastor of the Mt. Prospect Presbyterian
Church.  Burial was in Fairview Cemetery, Burgettstown.

 Stanley VANZIOL, 81, died suddenly, Wednesday, June 22, 1960, in his home
in North McDonald street, McDonald.
  Born May 8, 1879, in Poland, Mr. VANZIOL had resided in Detroit, Mich.,
after coming to the United States, but had been a resident of McDonald for
28 years.  He was employed by the Pittsburgh Coal Co. until his retirement
in 1948.  He was a member of St. Alphonsus R. C. Church, McDonald.
 Surviving are his wife, Theresa KUJANIK VANZIOL; and two daughters, Mrs.
Mildred EGLAR of Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Helen FISHER of Cleveland, Ohio.
There are two grandchildren.
 Requiem high mass, by the Rev. Fr. James Cullen was held Saturday morning
in St. Alphonsus R. C. Church, McDonald.  Burial was in Resurrection
cemetery.

 John Herman KLINK, 78 of Champion Hill died Friday, June 17, 1960, in the
Presbyterian hospital.  He had been in ill health in recent months.
 A son of the late Chris and Amelia KLINK, he was born March 4, 1882, in
Sharon. He was a retired employee of Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Co.
 He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Pearl KLINK; two daughters, Miss Elizabeth
KLINK of Crafton, and Mrs. Hilda SNATCHKO of Noblestown; two sons, William
KLINK of Palo Alto, Calif., and Robert KLINK of Billings, Mont. There are
eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
 Funeral services were held June 20 in the Thomas funeral home, Oakdale, in
charge of the Rev. H. Parker SMITH, pastor of the Noblestown U. P. Church.
Burial was in Robinson's Run cemetery.

 Mrs. Susie WORSTELL, 87, wife of the late John L. WORSTELL, died Monday,
June 20, 1960, in Ford City.  Mr. and Mrs. WORSTELL were married May 14,
1901, in the Hebron Presbyterian Church parsonage.  Their home was in Candor
until they moved to Beaver and later to Rochester.
 Surviving are three sons, Clair S. WORSTELL of Beaver, Melvin L. WORSTELL
of Cheswick, and Dr. Gaillard WORSTELL of Zelienople, with whom Mrs.
WORSTELL made her home after her husband's death; and two brothers Harper
and Lee PLUNKETT of Rochester.  There are five grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.
 Funeral services were held June 22 in Beaver. Burial was in Raccoon Church
cemetery, Candor.

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From the McDonald Record-Outlook  March 23, 1961

Mrs. Fannie HOLLAND, 86, of Prospect street, Midway, died at 6:45 a.m.
Monday, March 20, 1961, following a long illness.
 A daughter of Henry and Eliza JONES FELTON, she was born October 24, 1874,
in Strafford, England.  She came to the United States I 1887 and resided in
Monongahela, where she married Bendy HOLLAND March 1, 1895.  They moved to
Midway in 1900 and have resided there since.  Mr. HOLLAND died in November,
1944.
 Mrs. HOLLAND was a member of the Methodist Church in Midway, a former
member of the W.S.C.S. and an honorary member of the Good Neighbor Club.
 She is survived by a daughter, Dorothy, at home; four sons, Henry HOLLAND
of Midway, George HOLLAND of Oakdale, Robert HOLLAND of R. D. 1, Bulger, and
Arthur HOLLAND of Midway; two sisters, Mrs. Nellie PARSON of Long Island, N.
Y., and Mrs. Esther BELL of R. D. 1, Charleroi; and a brother, David FELTON
of R. D. 1, Charleroi.  There are 14 grandchildren and 18
great-grandchildren.
 Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday in the Wilson funeral
home, Midway, in charge of the Rev. Robert P.VEYDT, pastor of the Midway
Methodist Church.  Burial will be in Center cemetery, Midway.

 Ivan Rowland COOK, 59, husband of the former Marie SAIX of McDonald, died
Thursday, March 16, 1961, in his home in La Sierra, Calif.
 A native of Findlay, Ohio, Mr. COOK was a retired realtor.  He and Mrs.
COOK had resided in California for the past 16 years.  A former resident of
Toronto, Ohio, where he worked for Weirton Steel as a trainman for 17 years,
he went to the Los Angeles area, where he in engaged in the produce business
for three years.  He then became a realtor and was forced to retire due to
ill health.
 He was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, the Inglewood,
Calif., Lodge of Elks, and the Southwest and Los Angeles Realty Boards.
 Besides his wife, Marie SAIX COOK, he leaves a son, Ivan Raymond COOK of
Los Angeles, Calif.; a sister Mrs. Elizabeth CRAMER of Burgettstown; and
four brothers, Clair C. COOK, of Florence, Dwight H. COOK of Riverside,
Calif., Arthur J. COOK of Pittsburgh, and Joseph G. COOK of Pt. Pleasant, W.
Va.
 Funeral services were held Tuesday in the Calvary Baptist Tabernacle, Los
Angeles, in charge of the Rev. L. G. WINFREY, and the Rev. Walter LEPP.
Burial was in Inglewood Park cemetery.

 Russell A. (Pie) MCGUIER, 45, of Washington, husband of the former Virginia
CARROLL of McDonald, died at 4:00 p.m. Saturday, March 18, 1961, in the
Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio.
 He was born April 15, 1915, in Lordstown, Ohio, a son of the late Roy S.
and Dessie SPROWL MCGUIER.  He was employed as a checker at the Hazel Atlas
No. 2 Plant for 27 years.
 Besides his wife, he leaves two sons, Donald Lee and James Paul, both at
home; and three sisters, Mrs. Constance KEELING, Mrs. Mildred JONES, and
Mrs. Loretta KUZY, all of Washington.
 Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in Washington in charge of the
Rev. A. C. YOUNG, pastor of the Second Christian Church, Washington.  Burial
was in the Washington Cemetery.

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From the McDonald Record-Outlook  Jan. 5, 1961

Mrs. Margaret T. HEANY, 77, died Monday, January 2, 1961, in the home of
her son, Paul A HEANY, in Atlanta, Ga., following a lingering illness.
Mrs. HEANY was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and was the wife of the late Rev.
B. F. HEANY, who was pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, McDonald, from
1925 to 1931.  The Rev. Mr. HEANY died June 1, 1931.
 Besides her son, Paul, she leaves another son, Donald B. HEANY of McDonald,
and three grandchildren.  A daughter, Margaret Lois, died in 1933.
 Friends will be received Thursday evening at the Hamel Mortuary, R. D. 2,
Bridgeville, and from 1:00 to 2:00 o'clock Friday in the Center Presbyterian
Church, near Canonsburg, at which time funeral services will be held I
charge of the Rev. Joseph H. RODGERS.  Burial will be in Washington
cemetery.

 George MASQUELIER, 70, a former resident of McDonald, died Sunday, December
25, 1960 in this sleep in his home in Bell, Calif.
 Mr. MASQUELIER was born in 1890 in McDonald where he had resided for a
number of years.  He was employed by Southwest Pennsylvania Pipe Line Co. in
McDonald from 1905 until 1952 when it was absorbed by National Transit Co.
He was then employed by National Transit in Meadowlands until 1955, when he
retired.  He moved to California in1958.
 Mr. MASQUELIER was a lifetime member of the Irons Memorial U. P. Church,
McDonald.
 Surviving are his wife, Hazel, of Bell, Calif.; two sons, Howard of La
Mirada, Calif., and Roger of Mansfield, Ohio; a brother, Abel of Sturgeon;
and a sister, Mrs. Theodore CARBONNIER of Cambridge, Ohio.  There are six
grandchildren.
 Services were held December 28, in Bell, California, with burial in Melrose
Abbey, Santa Ana, Calif.

 Miss Edna R. MORRIS, 69, died at 2:25 p.m. Monday, January 2, 1961, in her
home in Washington avenue, Hickory, after an illness of three months.
 A daughter of the late William and Susan MITCHELL MORRIS, Miss MORRIS was
born October 5, 1891, in Delaware, Ohio.  She had resided in Hickory for the
past 54 years and was a member of Mt. Pleasant U. P. Church.
 Surviving are a brother, Edward, with whom she made her home; a sister,
Miss Clara MORRIS of Delaware, Ohio, and a niece, Mrs. Blanche PARKER of
Cleveland, Ohio.
 Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the Speakman funeral
home, Houston, in charge of the Rev. James SNOKE.  Burial will be in Mt.
Prospect Cemetery, Hickory.

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From the McDonald Record-Outlook  Jan. 12, 1961

William JANOWSKY, 79, of Queen street, McDonald, died Tuesday, January 10,
1961, in the home of a daughter, Mrs. Robert PATTERSON in Overbrook.
 Mr. JANOWSKY was born October 26, 1881, in Lithuania and came to the United
States in 1907.  He settled in McDonald and was employed in coal mines until
his retirement in 1946.
 Mr. JANOWSKY was a member of St. Alphonsus R. C. Church and Lasolidarite
(sic) Association, McDonald.
 Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Robert PATTERSON of Pittsburgh and Mrs.
George DELANEY of Sturgeon.  There are ten grandchildren.  His wife, Theresa
MACIEKAS JANOWSKY, died in January, 1957.
 Friends are being received at the Pettit funeral home, McDonald.  Funeral
services will be held at 9:00 a.m. Friday in St. Alphonsus R. C. Church,
McDonald, in charge of the Rev. Fr. James R. CULLEN.  Burial will be in St.
Patrick's Cemetery, Noblestown.

 Charles F. POWELL, 72, of Washington died at 1:00 a.m. Monday, January 9,
1961, in the Veterans' hospital, Oakland, following an illness of one week.
 A son of the late William and Sarah Jane HOUSTON POWELL, he was born
January 9, 1889, in McDonald.  His wife, Jennie POWELL, is deceased
 Mr. POWELL resided in Washington since 1940.  Prior to that time he made
his home in Midway.  He was a retired house painter, a member of the V.F.W.
Hawkins Home Post No. 29.  Mr. POWELL was a veteran of World War I.
 Surviving are five nieces and a nephew.  He was a brother of the late Mrs.
Flora LINDLEY of McDonald.
 Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday in the Barnhill funeral
home Washington.  Burial will be in Washington cemetery.

 Andrew WATSON, 86, a former resident of McDonald, died at 1:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, January 4, 1961, in his home in Poland, Ohio.
 A son of Donald and Catherine THOMPSON WATSON, he was born June 18, 1874,
in Bethel, Mercer County.
 Mr. WATSON, who had attended Grove City College, retired in 1945 as field
supervisor for South Penn Oil Co., with headquarters in McDonald.  He
married Bernice FOWLER on April 12, 1901.  He was an elder of the
Presbyterian Church and a member of the Howe Bible Class.
 Besides his wife, he leave a daughter, Florence the wife of William ARNOLD
of Poland, Ohio; a son, Kenneth WATSON of Philadelphia; and two sisters,
Miss Mary WATSON and Mrs. P. E. DAMBAUGH, both of Conoquenessing.  There are
two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
 Funeral services were held Saturday morning in Youngstown, Ohio, in charge
of the Rev. Mr. Gunn.  Burial was in Sandy Lake cemetery.

` Clark B. LUCE, 60, of Langeloth, died suddenly Wednesday, January 4, 1961,
while at work at the Wheeling Steel Company plant in Follansbee, W. Va.
 Mr. LUCE was born June 26, 1900, in Woodsfield, Ohio.  He was a member of
the Langeloth U. P. Church, and had been a resident of the Burgettstown area
for 59 years.
 He is survived by his father, Charles F. LUCE of Langeloth and five
sisters, one of whom is Mrs. Helen BOUSTEAD of Imperial.
 Funeral services were held last Saturday in Burgettstown in charge of the
Rev. J. L. THOME.  Burial was in Mt. Prospect cemetery, Hickory.

 Cecil (Roy) BRAGDON, 26, of  R. D. 1, Oakdale, died suddenly Tuesday,
January 3, 1961, in Pittsburgh.
 He was born June 21, 1934, in Boston.  He had served with the U.S. Air
force in the Korean War.
 He is survived by his wife, Barbara ROSECART BRAGDON; two daughters,
Deborah and Cheryl; and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn BURBANK of
Boston, Mass.
 Funeral services were held January 7 in the Armour funeral home, Imperial,
in charge of the Rev. Raymond TOUVELL, pastor of the Valley Presbyterian
Church, Imperial.  Burial was in the soldiers' plot in Chartiers cemetery,
Carnegie.

 Funeral services were held Monday in the Florence Presbyterian Church for
Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth COWDEN, 82, wife of William COWDEN, who died Friday,
January 6, 1961, in a nursing home in Steubenville, Ohio.
 A daughter of Joseph and Mary DONALDSON SCOTT, she was born April 16, 1878,
in Hanover Township where she had resided her entire life.  She was a
life-long member of Florence Presbyterian Church, was a teacher of the
Ladies' Bible school and was active in the Ladies' Aid Society.  Burial was
in Robinson cemetery.

 John YANIK, 56, of Canonsburg, died at 2:05 p.m. Thursday January 5, 1961,
in the St. Clair hospital after an illness of two years.
 He was born January 6, 1904, in Poland and had resided in Canonsburg the
past 32 years.
 He leaves his wife; three children; his father, Michael YANIK of Cherry
Valley; two brothers, three sisters, one of whom is Mrs. Veronica LUKAN of
Midway; and three grandchildren.
 Funeral services and burial were held Monday in Canonsburg.

 Herbert RAHENKAMP of Clinton-Cork Road, Clinton, died Friday, January 6,
1961, in the Sewickley Valley hospital after several months illness.
 He was a twin brother of the late Harry RAHENKAMP of Clinton.  Both were
former residents of Pittsburgh before coming to Clinton.
 He is survived by his wife, Margaret RAHENKAMP, of Clinton; two brothers,
Ad and Walter RAHENKAMP.
 Funeral services were held in Pittsburgh.

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From the McDonald Record-Outlook  Jan. 19, 1961

Mrs. Ruby MOORE ZIEGLER, 51, wife of Elmer D. ZIEGLER, of R. D. 2,
McDonald, died suddenly Monday, January 16, 1961.
 A daughter of the late Harry and Mattie O'HERRON MOORE, Mrs. ZIEGLER was
born December 29, 1909, in North Fayette Township.
 She was a member of the First U. P. Church and the Golden Link Class,
McDonald.  She had resided in Burgettstown and was an elementary school
teacher there before moving to the McDonald area. She had taught the third
grade in Champion School, North Fayette Township, for the past 14 years.
 Mrs. ZIEGLER was a member of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Ernest Phillips Post
No. 485, American Legion, and Order of the Eastern Star, McDonald; the
National Education Association, Pennsylvania State Education Association,
Allegheny County Branch, PSEA, Area 3; and West Allegheny Education
Association; chairman of the ethics committee of West Allegheny Schools; an
active member of Champion Parent-Teacher Association, and a member of
several other committees.
 Surviving besides her husband are two brothers, John MOORE of Hanlin
Station, and Melvin MOORE of Oakdale; and a sister, Mrs. Carlisle PHILLIS of
Burgettstown.
 Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday in the Pettit funeral
home, McDonald, in charge of the Rev. Samuel E. GLASS, pastor of the First.
U. P. Church, McDonald, and the Rev. A. R. ARMSTRONG, pastor of the
Parnassus U. P. Church, New Kensington.  Burial will be in Robinson's Run
cemetery.

 Mrs. Lillie WALLACE CAMPBELL, 67, of McDonald, died Tuesday, January 17,
1961, in the Washington hospital following a brief illness.
 A daughter of the late James E. and Elizabeth FINNEY WALLACE, she was born
October 10, 1893, in Midway, where she had been a resident for 59 years.
She had made her home for the fast four months with her son, Garland E.
CAMPBELL, in Valley street, McDonald.  She was a member of Center U. P.
Church, Midway.
 She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth CHAPPO of Canonsburg, and
Mrs. Wanda M. KENECO of Pittsburgh; three sons, John J. CAMPBELL and Ronald
L. CAMPBELL of Coraopolis; and Garland E. CAMPBELL of McDonald.  There are
seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.  Her husband, Lawrence H.
CAMPBELL, died in 1944.
 Friends will be received at the Rogers funeral home, McDonald, where
services will be held at 1:00 p.m. Saturday in charge of the Rev. John
SHEPARD, pastor of Robinson's Run U. P. Church, McDonald.  Burial will be in
Center Cemetery, Midway.

 Mrs. Marie MCCALL BAIER, 60, wife of Fred C. BAIER, died at 10:00 p.m.
Friday, January 13, 1961, in her home in Bridgeville.
 Mrs. BAIER was born May 17, 1900, in Sturgeon.  Before moving to
Bridgeville, she had been a resident of McDonald for 20 years.  Mrs. BAIER
was a member of St. Agatha R. C. Church and the Altar Society.
 Surviving besides her husband, are five sisters, Mrs. Harvey SCHUMACHER of
Muse, Mrs. Chester UNICAFER of Ingram, Mrs. Sally HEALEY of Coraopolis, Mrs.
Agnes MCNALLY of Sheraden, and Mrs. Clarence GEISE of Orange, N. J.
 Funeral services were held Tuesday morning in St. Alphonsus R.C. Church,
McDonald, in charge of the Rev. Fr. James R. CULLEN.  Burial was in
Resurrection cemetery.

 Mrs. Betty Jean CRAIG JENKINS, 59, died Wednesday, January 11, 1961, in the
Mercy hospital, shortly after being admitted.
 A daughter of the late Samuel B. and Clara M. CRAIG, she was born August 4,
1901, in the United Presbyterian manse in Noblestown.  On August 25, 1922
she was united in marriage with Dr. T. C. Jenkins.  He died September1926.
 Mrs. JENKINS was a member of the Noblestown United Methodist Church and had
been secretary-treasurer of the Woman's Society of Christian Service for a
number of years.
 She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Tallie Jean SKINTEK of Noblestown; five
sisters, Miss Mabel Helen CRAIG and Mrs. Esther BOYNES of Noblestown, Mrs.
Grace E. FEICK of Mt. Lebanon, Mrs. Marion C. HOFMANN of  Rosslyn Farms,
Mrs. Ruth C. KERN of Brookline; and a brother, Harold L. CRAIG of
Noblestown.  There are three grandchildren.  A sister, Mrs. Dorothy
WASHABAUGH, died in April, 1957.
 Funeral services were held last Saturday afternoon in the Thomas funeral
home, Oakdale, in charge of the Rev. Homer WEAVER, pastor of the Noblestown
Methodist Church.  Burial was in Oakdale cemetery.

 Mrs. Flora CASE MCELHANY of Fannie street, McDonald, died Sunday, January
15, 1961, in the Mercy hospital, Pittsburgh.
 A daughter of John and Elizabeth COTTLE CASE, Mrs. MCELHANY was born
September15, 1887, in McDonald, where she had resided all her life.  She was
the wife of the late John S. MCELHANY.  She was a member of the First
Presbyterian church, McDonald; and the Auxiliary to Ernest Phillips Post.
No. 485, American Legion, McDonald.
 She leaves two daughters, Mrs. John MCVICKER of McDonald, and Mrs. Arthur
LOUTZENHISER of Lorain, Ohio; and a son, Curtis MCELHANY of Bridgeville.
There are seven grandchildren.  A son, Clifford, died in 1931.
 Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon in the Pettit funeral home,
McDonald, in charge of the Rev. Edward R. DELAIR, pastor of the First
Presbyterian Church, McDonald.  Burial was in Robinson's Run cemetery.

 Mrs. Sarah OVERTON, 88, of Johnston street, McDonald, died Thursday
morning, January 12, 1961, in the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. James
SCOTT, McDonald, after an illness of several weeks.
 She had resided in McDonald for the past 45 years and was a member of the
First Baptist Church, McDonald.
 Surviving are two sons, Henry COLEMAN of McDonald, and James COLEMAN of
Washington.  There are 16 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren and ten
great-great-grandchildren.
 Funeral services were held last Saturday afternoon in the First Baptist
Church, McDonald, in charge of the Rev. W. T. FOSTER.  Burial was in Center
cemetery, Midway.

 Mrs. Anna GATUS, a resident of Bulger for the past 50 years, diet at 12:50
a.m. Friday, January 13, 1961, in the Washington hospital following a
one-week illness.
 She was born February 18, 1879, in Poland and came to the United States at
the age of 18.  She had resided n Pittsburgh and McDonald for several years
before moving to Bulger.
 Mrs. GATUS was a member of St. Ann's R. C. Church, Bulger
 Surviving are a daughter, Stella, the wife of Fred DALVERNY of Bulger; four
sons, Joseph and Stanley, both at home; Walter of Burgettstown; and Zarre of
Bulger.  There are eight grandchildren.  Her husband, John GATUS died in
1915.
 Funeral services were held Monday morning in St. Ann's R.C. Church, Bulger
in charge of the Rev. Fr. Joseph SULLIVAN.  Burial was in Our Lady of
Lourdes Cemetery, Burgettstown.

 Bernice Haywood YOUNGER, Sr., 80, died, Thursday, January 12, 1961, in the
home of his daughter, Mrs. M. A. YOLTON in R.D. 1, Imperial.  He had been in
failing health for the past two years.
 A son of Charles and Martha YOUNGER, he was born February 9, 1880, in North
Carolina.  He was a painter by trade and had resided in the Imperial
vicinity the past 22 years.  His wife, Sadie E. ALSTON YOUNGER, died in
1959.
 He is survived by a son, B. H. YOUNGER, Jr., of Quinby, Va., and three
daughters, Mrs. Isabel NEWBAUER of Pittsburgh, and Mrs. Florence ERICKSSON
and Mrs. Jean YOLTON, both of R. D. 1, Imperial.  There are ten
grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
 Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon in the Moody funeral home,
Clinton, in charge of the Rev. James. KARCHER, pastor of Hebron Presbyterian
Church, Clinton.  Burial was in South Side cemetery.

 John BARTLEY, 38, of Imperial, died Saturday, January 7, 1961, in the
Veterans' hospital, Oakland.
 He was the son of the late Frank and Blanche BARTLEY.
 He is survived by his wife, Helen KUKALINSKY BARTLEY; and two daughters,
Diana and Kathleen.
 Military funeral services, in charge of the Rev. Raymond TOUVELL, pastor of
the Valley Presbyterian Church, Imperial, were held January 11 in the
Wharton funeral home, Imperial.  Burial was in Valley cemetery.

 Mrs. Elizabeth MCROBERTS HAMEL, 75, of Castle Shannon, mother of Milton E.
HAMEL of Upper St. Clair Township, formerly of McDonald, died Saturday,
January 14, 1961.
 Besides her husband, Edward HAMEL, Sr., and son Milton, she leaves two
other sons, two daughters, four sisters, a brother, and 11 grandchildren.
 Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon with burial in Jefferson
Memorial cemetery.


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