Lucy Langdon Garth, 77, of 1720 Karen Lane died at noon Sunday at a local hospital after a short illness.
She was a native of Oxford Junction, Iowa, was raised in California and had lived in Beaumont for 52 years.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at First United Methodist Church after which she will be cremated.
Survivors include her husband, C. Tyrrell Garth, a son, C. Tyrrell Garth Jr. of Aspen, Colo.; and a brother, Carter H. Langdon of Los Angeles, Calif.
Source: Beaumont Journal, May 20, 1974.
From Spokane comes word of the birth of Jeremy David Hall, first child of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hall. He was born March 18.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Walling, Lake Oswego, and Mrs. Mildred Hall, Beaverton. Ed Hall is great-grandfather.
Source: Portland Oregonian, March 23, 1973.
UKIAH—Services will be at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow for Florence Loosley, 61, who died Saturday in an automobile crash in Lake County.
She was born in Porter, Okla., and lived in Ukiah.
She was a bookkeeper for Chick’s House of Spirits and was a member of the Emblem Club.
She is survived by her husband, Lou Loosley, Ukiah; her daughter, Patricia Stefani, Ukiah; her sons, James Phillip, Hopland; Donald Loosley, Vietnam; and Louis Francis Loosley, Fremont; her sisters, Mrs. Una Standard and Mrs. Merry Wilson, and her brothers, Claud Allen and H.C. Allen, all of Oklahoma.
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Evans, Orrilla C. Age 72 of 386 Watauga St., Corning, Sunday, November 12, 1972. Friends may call Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. Carpenter Funeral Home, Corning. The Rev. Sidney Harris. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Christian Missionary Alliance Church, Erwin Valley Library Fund. Survived by her husband, James Evans; one daughter and four sons, Mrs. Emory Smerdon, Painted Post, James W. Evans, Bangor, Me., Lloyd D. of Buffalo, N.Y., Leonard D., San Francisco, Calif., Franklin E. of Big Flats; three brothers, Horace E. Daniels of Mt. Vernon, N.Y., Byron Daniels, Auburn and Frank Daniels of Big Flats; 13 grandchildren; one great-grandchild. She was born in Lawrenceville, Pa., the daughter of Frank Daniels and Laura Rhodimer Daniels.
Source: Elmira Star-Gazette, November 13, 1972.
Mrs. H. Moylan Feild and Mrs. W. Leroy Garth, La Jollans, will give a sizeable tea from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday at La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club in honor of Miss Wendy Wade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wade of La Jolla, formerly of Tucson, who will be the bride of Bryant Geoffrey Garth, grandson of the hostess and son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Garth Jr. of La Jolla. The fashionable wedding will take place June 27 at All Hallows Church and the reception will follow at the Bahia.
The bridegroom-to-be is a junior at Yale University. He and his bride will spend the summer at La Jolla Racquet Club and will make their home in New Haven in the autumn. Moylan Garth, a student at UC-Santa Barbara, will serve his brother as best man. Miss Natalie Garth, a student at Clark University, Mass., sister of the bridegroom-to-be, will be in the wedding party.
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Frank Hutchinson Barks, 68, of 1004 McIntire avenue died at 8:10 a.m. Thursday (Jan. 16) in Good Samaritan Hospital where he had been a patient for one day. He had been in ill health for four years.
Mr. Barks was a designer for the Roseville and Nelson-McCoy potteries until he went to work in the Maintenance department at Zanesville High School. He was employed at the school until 1964.
A member of St. Thomas Catholic Church, he belonged to the Timber Run Grange and was an honorary member of the ZHS Thespians.
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Truesdale. Diane Truesdale (nee Wilkin) age 32, of 8567 Sugar Tree Dr., Novelty O., beloved wife of Richard S. mother of Linda, Susan, Nancy and Judy, daughter of Dr. O. J. and Jane Wilkin of Newburgh, N. Y., sister of Linda Burkowski [sic]. Services 2 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 29 at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, cor. River and Solon Rds. Chagrin Falls. Friends received at Stroud Funeral Home, 95 Franklin, Chagrin Falls. Those desiring may contribute to the American Cancer Society.
Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer, August 29, 1968.
Late resident of 1668 Center St. NE. Fri., Feb. 24, at a local hospital. Survived by widow, Nellie, Salem; sons, Merrill E., Salem; Krader R., Tacoma, Wash.; sisters, Mrs. Roy E. Barker, Zena. Ore.;Mrs. Edith Staplin, Tacoma, Wash. 4 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren. Private services were held in the VIRGIL T. GOLDEN CHAPEL under the direction of a Christian Scientist. Interment was in Zena Cemetery.
Source: Salem Capital Journal, February 27, 1967.
SHERMAN, Tex.—Capt. Donald J. Loosley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Loosley of 212 W. Gobbi, Ukiah, has been graduated at Perrin AFB, Tex., from the training course for U.S. Air Force F-102 Delta Dagger pilots.
Loosley, a graduate of Ukiah high school, is being reassigned to the USAF component of the NATO Iceland Defense Force.
The captain received his BS degree and commission upon graduation from the U.S. Naval Academy.
His wife is the former Gwendolin C. Hammitzsch from Germany.
Source: Ukiah Daily Journal, March 9, 1966.
Promotions and transfers of three men at Zanesville were announced today by Robert W. Painter, Ohio Power Co. division manager here.
William F. Murphy, formerly of Canton, was transferred to Zanesville as a commercial rep representative commercial [sic]. Robert G. Johnson was switched from the residential department to the commercial department as a sales representative, and K.H. Teagarden was promoted to electric heating inspector.
Murphy, born in Columbus, is a 1952 graduate of Zanesville High School and a 1957 graduate of Muskingum College, holding a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He joined Ohio Power in 1957as a sales representative in Canton.
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