=======================Geraldine Tedrow Neff, 52, of Waynesburg RD 5, died at 9 a.m. Monday at Greene County Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. She was born Sept. 29, 1923 in Franklin Township near Waynesburg, the daughter of Ethel King Tedrow, RD 2, Waynesburg, who survives and the late Walter Tedrow. She is also survived by her husband, Charles W. Neff; three daughters to a previous marriage, Mrs. Gary "Marlene" Ball of Elyria, Ohio, Mrs. William "Linda" Couser of Elyria, Ohio, and Debbie LeMasters at home; two step-daughters, Mrs. James "Marlene" Cox of Amity, Mrs. Curtis "Arlene" Efaw of Lone Pine; two step-sons, Russell Neff of Lone Pine and Charles Neff of Canonsburg; 16 grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Edward "Nellie" King of R.D. 5, Waynesburg. She was formerly employed at Myrtle's Town House and Wilson's Lunchroom. She was affiliated with the Methodist Church. =======================Harry Neff, 87, of RD 1, Sycamore, died at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, at his home. He had not been in good health for some time. He was born May 25, 1889 in Baltimore, Md. Most of his life was spent in Greene County; the last several years in Sycamore. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neff. His wife, Grace Woodring Neff, died May 25, 1964. He is survived by five daughters, Mrs. George "Loraine" Kelley of Sycamore, Mrs. Fostine Piatt of Washington, Mrs. John "Josephine" Jones of Akron, Ohio, Mrs. Trevor "Charlotte" Clark of Farmington, Mich. Mrs. Walter "Grace" Bedillion of Tallmadge, Ohio; three sons, Jefferson H. Neff at home, Chalmer W. Neff, of RD 4 Waynesburg, Robert W. Neff of New Cumberledge, W.Va., 24 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren. One granddaughter, one great-grandson, two brothers and two sisters are deceased. He was a retired farmer. He was affiliated with the Methodist Church. More: Friends of Harry Neff, 87, of RD 1, Sycamore, who died at 7:30 Thursday, are being received from 2 t0 9 P.M. Saturday at the Mariner and Milliken Funeral Home, Waynesburg, where services will be held at 1 P.M. Sunday with Rev. Ralph W. Brownfield officiating. Burial will be in the Mt. Pleasant Cemerery. =======================Armstrong Grim Nelson, 80, Dies Graysville, Oct. 30. - Armstrong Grim Nelson, 80, of Graysville, R. D. 1, died at 3:25 a. m. today at his home, after a seven month illness. He had been seriously ill for five weeks. Mr. Nelson was a widely known retired farmer. He was born Nov. 16, 1866, in Greene County, and was a son of Rufus and Evaline Grim Nelson. He spent all his life in Richhill Township. He was a member of the Fairview Methodist church and a member and past master of Harveys Grange. Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth Jennings Nelson; three daughters, Mrs. Rae Staggers, of Graysville, R. D. 1; Mrs. Hazel Ruth, Washington, R. D. R., and Mrs. Mildred McGlumphy, of WInd Ridge; two brothers, W. E. Nelson, West Finley, and John R. Nelson, Graysville, and one sister, Mrs. Jessie Ferrell, of Graysville. =======================Dora Marie Nelson, 70, of Waynesburg RD 4 "East View" died at 10:45 a.m. Friday, May 18, 1973. She had not been in the best of health for some time but death was unexpected. She was born May 5, 1903 at Aleppo Township, a daughter of the late Isaac L. and Elizabeth White Hughes. Her husband James L. Nelson, whom she married on July 14, 1925 survives. Also surviving are six sisters, Mrs. Charles "Eileen" Wood of Waynesburg RD 4, Mrs. Albert "Lucy" Wilkerson of Burgettstown, Mrs. Jack "Jacqueline" Wood of Monaca, Mrs. Donald "Clara Lou" Zollars of Waynesburg RD 2, Mrs. James "Marjorie" Wise of Burgettstown and Mrs. John "Judy" Hoge of Waynesburg RD 4. Four sons, Joe of Waynesburg RD 4, James H. of Jefferson RD 1, Donald of Independence, and Jerry of Waynesburg RD 1, also survive. One son preceded her in death. Also surviving are 35 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A sister, Mrs. Leslie "Delphia" Thomas of Waynesburg and three brothers, Clarence Hughes of Waynesburg, Alva Richard "Ted" Hughes of Burgettstown RD 1 and Donlad L. Hughes of Waynesburg RD 1, also survive. More: Friends of Dora Marie Nelson of Waynesburg RD 4, "East View", who died Friday, May 18, 1973, are being received after 7 P.M. Saturday at the Mariner and Milliken Funeral Home. Maiden Street, Waynesburg, where services will b held at 1 P.M. Monday, May 21 with Rev. Harry Sayer officiating. =======================Following a lingering illness of eleven years, George Whitfield Nelson, of Bristoria, Pa., died at 11:25 p.m. last night, March 15, at his home at the age of 73. The deceased was born August 5, 1872, the son of Jacob and Sarah Funk Nelson. He married Lucy Patterson, who survives him, November 25, 1894. An employee of the South Penn Oil Company for 34 years, he was a member of Bristoria Presbyterian Church, and spent all his life in Richhill Township. Surviving in addition to his wife, are eight children: James and Mary, of Bristoria; Ralph, Whitfield and Mrs. Betty Knapp, of Akron, Ohio; Mrs. Genevieve Parry, of Bristoria; Jacob, of Washington, Pa.; and Walter, of Holbrook. =======================Sherman A. Newman, 71, New Freeport, Pa., RD 2, died on Friday, August 23, 1974 at Moundsville. He was born on November 4, 1902 in Greene County, the son of the late David and Elizabeth Ackley Newman. He was a retired PennDot worker. Survivors include his wife, Bertha Rayl; two sons, Glenn of West Finley, Harold of Graysville; three daughters, Mrs. Leo Leichder of Wind Ridge, Mrs. Patricia Rogers of Holbrook, and Mrs. Helen Hunt of Graysville; nine grandchildren; two brothers, Arthur of Washington and Walter of West Alexander. =======================Frank D. Nichols, 85, of Waynesburg RD 5, died Thursday, July 26, 1973, at 8 a.m. at the Greene County Memorial Hospital. He had not been in the best of health for the past three years but was seriously ill for the past week. He was born October 18, 1887 at Center Township near Oak Forest, a son of the late Ingram and Ellen Lemmon Nichols. His wife Irene Patterson Nichols, who he married on June 8, 1937 survives at Waynesburg RD 5. Surviving in addition to his wife is a son Joe Patterson Nichols at Landover Hills, Maryland, two grandsons, Eric and Timothy also of Landover Hills, Maryland; a brother, Charles Nichols of Mooresville, New Jersey; two sisters, Mrs. Icie Shultz of Waynesburg and Marie Dinsmore of Naples, Florida. A nephew and niece also survive. He had lived all of his life at Oak Forest and for many years had worked in the oil and gas fields as a tool dresser. He was well known in the area as a farmer and breeder of rine sheep. He was the last survivng member of the crew which hauled the equipment into the Brave Pump Station. He was a foreman on the Brave crew. He was a member of the Pursley Baptist Church. More: Friends of Frank D. Nichols, of Waynesburg RD 5, who died Thursday, July 26, 1973 are being received at the Samuel Weaver Funeral Home, High Street, Waynesburg where services will be held at 1 P.M. Saturday, July 28, with Rev. Gordon W. Whitney officiating. Burial will follow in Pursley Cemetery. =======================In Memoriam Written in memory of grandmother, Mrs. Easter Nuss, who departed this life to share in the glories of that beautiful home, which God has prepared for them that love him. She was born February 25, 1818, and died April 3, 1902, aged 84, 1 month and 9 days. She was the daughter of Mr. James Robinson and in 1848 was united in marriage to Mr. Jacob Nuss, who preceeded her to the grave 20 years ago. Four children blessed their union, of whom three are living. Mrs. George Earnest, of Georgetown, Mrs. Amos Griffith, of Mt. Carmel, and Mrs. William Poland, of Bristoria. She leaves two brothers and one sister, Mrs. George Allebaugh, of Littleton, W.Va. Mr. John Robinson, of Endicott, W. Va., and James, of Nebraska. She was a member of the M.P. church, at Knob Run, ever since 15 years of age, and was a constant member, always being found in her place, in church as long as she was permitted. She passed away rejoicing in the glorious hope of immortal life beyond. She always said she was ready to go when the Master called, and bid all her friends good-bye, and asked them to meet her over yonder, where parting is no more.