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Kask, Ruth Isabella {Root] - 1943

Personal Paragraphs
People Who Visit Here And Those Who Go Away.
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Movements Of Our Citizens
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Guests Who Are Entertained by Bellwood Hosts - Personal Mention of Those Who Visit To and Fro

Ruth Root Kask, of Harrisburg, spent several days last week with friends in town.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for Ruth Isabella [Root] Kask.

Kleffel, H. C. (Rev.) - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Dillen, John - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Jones, Frances R. [Dillen] - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Frances R. [Dillen] Jones.

Dillen, Oliver - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Dillen, Chester - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Dillen, Lloyd - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Dillen, George - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Dillen, Lewis - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Port, Lewis (Mrs.) [Dillen] - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Dillen, Ashley - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

McCaulley, Ruth [Davis] - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Dysart, Martha [Davis] - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Drinosky, Anna - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Davis, Clyde - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Clyde Davis.

Dillen, Ella {Merriman] - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Dillen, Lee - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

Davis, Marjorie E. [Dillen] - 1943

Record Of The Departed
Those Who Have Past From Time To Eternal Rest

Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis
Mrs. Marjorie E. Davis, former resident of Bellwood, but for the past two years a resident of 214 Fifth avenue, Altoona, died at Mercy hospital at 2:50 o’clock Saturday afternoon after a brief illness.

She was born in Patton, Pa., April 5, 1899, the daughter of Lee and Ella (Merriman) Dillen.

Surviving are her husband, Clyde Davis; three daughters, Miss Anna Drinosky of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Martha Dysart and Mrs. Ruth McCaulley, both of Altoona, seven grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Ashley Dillen of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Lewis Port of Elyria, Ohio, Private Lewis Dillen of Mississippi, George Dillen of Tyrone, Lloyd, Chester and Oliver Dillen, all of Bellwood, Mrs. Frances Jones of Altoona and John Dillen of Claysburg.

She was a member of the First Evangelical church.  Funeral services were held in the First Evangelical church in Altoona, in charge of the pastor, Rev. H. C. Kleffel, followed by interment in Logan Valley cemetery.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 5

You can visit the memorial page for Marjorie [Dillen] Davis.