Dispatch July 27, 1964 Page 9
Mrs. Ruth Ross Booth, 45 years old, of Dearborne, Mich., formerly
Wayne, died Sunday in a Detroit hospital. Funeral services will be
conducted tomorrow at 1 p.m., at the Spurlock Memorial Church on Wayne
Rt 1. by the Rev. Paul Mullins and the Rev. Roby Fraley and the burial
will be in the Mt. Vernon
cemetary. She was born October 13, 1919, a daughter of the late Taylor
and Rebecca Powers Ross, and was an employee of the Burroughs Corp.
Detroit. Survivors include the husband, Walter Booth; a brother, Muss
Ross of Huntington, and seven
sisters; Pearl and Judy Ross and Mrs. Hazel Cline, Mrs. Elva Workman
Wayne, Mrs. Ruby Vaughn of Dearborne Heights, Mich., Mrs. Shirley
Crockett of Garden City, Mich., and Mrs. Mary Ashworth of Cleveland.
The body is at the Morris -
Booton Funeral Home at Wayne and will be taken to the church an hour
before the service.
Mrs. Hazel Ross Cline, 77, of Wayne, W.Va. Route 2, died Wednesday,
25, 1986, at her residence. Funeral services will be conducted 2 p.m.
Sunday at Morris Funeral Home, Wayne, by the Rev. Paul Mullins. Burial
will be in Mt. Vernon Cemetary. She was born Sept.8,1906 in Wayne
County, a daughter of the late Zachariah Taylor Ross and Rebecca Powers
Ross. She was also preceaded in death by her husband, Clarence Cline
1963; one son, Ted Franklin Cline; and four sisters, Oma Sansom, Ruby
Vaughn, Ruth Booth, and Mary Ashworth. Surviving are
seven daughters, Mrs. Don (Lucille) Eagleston, of Ypsilanti, Mich.,
Mildred Cline of Wayne, Mrs. John (Patsy) Lucas of Ontario, Calif.,Ms.
Emma Gay Bank of Covina, Calif., Mrs. Bob (Geraldine) Daly of
Springfield, Va., Mrs. Craig (Eva) Quackenbush, of Lake Forest, Ill.,
and Mrs. Claude (Zella) Adkins of Ashland; five sons, Hubert Cline
Willis Cline, both of Wayne, Darrell Cline of Lavalette, Ronnie Cline
Burton, Ohio; and Clarence Ray Cline of Jacksonville, Fla.; four
sisters, Miss Judy Ross and Miss Pearl Ross and Mrs. Elva Workman,
of Wayne, and Mrs. Shirley Crockett of Wayne, Mich.; one brother, Muss
Ross of Huntington; 24 grandchildren; and nine great grandchildren.
Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Morris Funeral Home.
The Herald Advertiser - Sunday, Dec.1, 1963
Ted S. Cline
Gunner's mate 2-C, Ted S. Cline - Twenty-seven years old, son of Mr.
Mrs. Clarence Cline of Wayne Route 2, was killed in a traffic accident
in North Chicago on Wednesday, will be buried in Mount Vernon cemetary
in Wayne county following funeral services at 2 p.m. today at the
Spurlock Memorial Church on Wayne Route 1, with the Rev. Roby Fraley
the Rev. Emil Hamlin officiating. The body has been taken to the
residence from the Morris - Booton Funeral Home at Wayne.
Huntington Herald Dispatch - April 1, 1983
Clarence Cline, 83, of Wayne Rt. 2, died Wednesday, March 30,
his residence. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday
Morris Funeral Home, Wayne, by Elder Frank Meddings, and Elder Doyle
Thomas. Burial will be in Mount Vernon Cemetary, Wayne Rt.2. He was
March 10,1900, in McDowell County, a son of the late Peter and Matilda
Mounts Cline. He was also preeceded in death by one son, Ted Franklin
Cline. He was a retired employee of Kerr Glass co.
Survivors include his wife, Hazel Ross Cline, seven daughters; Mrs.
( Lucille) Eagleston, of Ypsilanti, Mich.,Miss Mildred Cline of Wayne,
Mrs. John (Patsy) Lucas of Ontario, Calif., Mrs. Richard (Emma Gay)
of West Covina, Calif., Mrs. Bob (Geraldine) Daly, of Springfield,
Mrs. Craig (Eva) Quackenbush of Barrington Hills, Ill., and Mrs. Claude
(Zella) Adkins of Ashland, Ky.; and five sons, Hubert Cline, Willis
Cline, and Darrell Cline, all of Wayne. Ronnie Cline of Burton
Ohio, and Clarence Ray Cline, stationed with the U.S. Navy in Honolulu.
Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday at Morris Funeral Home.