1992 - RALPH "BEN" CRIBBS, 75, Indiana, formerly of Black Lick, died Wednesday, Dec. 23, 1992, in Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh.
The son of Ralph H. and Celia Gehring Cribbs, he was born March 12, 1917, in Grafton.
Mr. Cribbs was a member of Acacia Lodge 355, F&AM, Blairsville; Coudersport Consistory; and Tall Cedars of Lebanon Westmoreland Forest 77. He was a former member of the board of directors of S&T Bank, Black Lick branch.
Prior to his retirement in 1975, he was owner for 30 years of Cribbs Trucking, Black Lick.
Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth Pondy Cribbs; a son, Ralph B., Jr., Indiana; two daughters, Mrs. Pete (Sheila) Jorgenson, Clarksburg RD 1, and Mrs. Anthony (Elaine) Rizza, McMurray; several grandchildren; and a brother, Dr. William D., Newtown.
He was preceded in death by his parents, and two brothers, Marion and Robert Cribbs.
Friends will be received from 5-9 pm. Friday in the Richard L. Shoemaker Funeral Home, Blairsville. A graveside service will be held at 11 am Saturday in Blairsville Cemetery with the Rev. George P. Jones officiating.
1945 - JOHN BERNARD CRIBBS, 350 Grant street, died in the Indiana Hospital at 4:45 o'clock yesterday afternoon. He had been in poor health for the past eight months and was admitted to the hospital the first of this week.
He was a son of the late John B. and Mary (Borland) Cribbs and was born February 6, 1891 in Tarentum, moving to Indiana when a young lad and living in this community since that time.
For many years he was employed as a plumber for the late John F. Steetle.
Surviving is one sister, Miss Margaret Cribbs of Tarentum.
Friends will be received at the Leydic Funeral Home, Wayne Ave., after 7:00 o'clock this evening. Services will be conducted from the funeral home Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Reverend H. L. Lovelace, pastor of the Evangelical Church of Indiana, will officiate.
Interment will be made Monday in the Prospect cemetery, Tarentum. (3-1-1945).
1943 - MRS. ELIZABETH (KESSLER) CRIBBS, 80, died at 10:20 am. Tuesday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert H. Fisher, in East Pittsburgh. She was born August 11, 1862, in Jefferson County and had lived at various times in Smicksburg, Willet and Plumville. She was thrice married, her first husband, Ellsworth Fleck, dying in 1897; her second, John Kessler, in 1920 and her third, George Cribbs, in 1941.
Surviving with the daughter mentioned are three sons: Walter Fleck of Ernest; Lester Kessler of Dayton, Pa., and Bert Kessler of Wilkinsburg. There are 18 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Friends are being received in Bowser Funeral Home, Plumville, where services will be conducted at 10:30 am. Friday. The Rev. J. B. Troutman will officiate and interment will be in Panie Cemetery, Jefferson County. (4-13-1943).
1967 - JOHN K. CRIBBS, 83, of Indiana RD 1, died Tuesday, March 29, 1967, at 5:55 pm. in Indiana Hospital.
Born March 20, 1884 in Avonmore, he was a son of Samuel E. and Hannah Jane Dorr Cribbs and had spent most of his life in Armstrong Twp.
He was a member of Curry Run Presbyterian Church where he had served as an elder for a number of years.
Survivors include his wife, Alice Myrtle Kaufman Cribbs; two sons: Ralph E. and L. Dale both of Indiana RD 1; four daughters: Mrs. Elmer (Alice) Uncapher, Indiana; Mrs. Samuel (Jennie) McCormick, Rochester Mills; Mrs. Glenn (Pauline) Campbell, Indiana RD 2; Mrs. Neal (Eva) Uncapher, Pittsburgh; one brother, Enos C., of Indiana; two sisters: Mrs. James (Mabel) Irwin and Mrs. Darry (Annabelle) King, both of Indiana; 35 grandchildren and 45 great-grandchildren.
A daughter, Mrs. Joseph (Mildred) Doty is deceased.
Friends will be received after 7:30 pm. today and Thursday from 3-5 and 7-9 pm. at Robinson-Lytle's, Indiana, where services will be conducted on Friday at 1:30 pm. Rev. William S. Merwin, DD, will officiate and interment will be made in Oakland cemetery, Indiana.
1974 - MRS. ALICE MYRTLE CRIBBS, 94, or RD 2, Indiana, died Nov. 19. She was born in White Township Aug. 6, 1880, to Michael and Pauline Smith Kaufman. She was a member of Shelocta United Presbyterian Church and had lived most of her life in Armstrong Township of Indiana County.
She was the widow of John Kirklan Cribbs who died in 1967. A daughter, Mildred, is also deceased.
Surviving are two sons, Ralph E. and L. Dale Cribbs, both of RD 1, Indiana; four daughters, Mrs. Elmer Uncapher, Indiana; Mrs. Samuel McCormick of RD 1, Rochester Mills; Mrs. Glenn Campbell of RD 2, Indiana; Mrs. Neal Uncapher, RD 7, Gibsonia; 35 grandchildren, 75 great-grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. H. M. Beatty of RD 1, Indiana.
Services were on Friday (Nov. 29) in Robinson-Lytle's by the Rev. Thomas Francis and burial was in Oakland Cemetery at Indiana.
1989 - RALPH E. CRIBBS, 82, Indiana, died Tuesday, March 14, 1989, in the Indiana Hospital.
A son of John K. and Myrtle Kaufman Cribbs, he was born June 3, 1906, in Indiana.
Mr. Cribbs was a member of the Shelocta Community Presbyterian Church; Benjamin Franklin Lodge 753 F&AM; Coudersport Consistory; William S. Daugherty Royal Arch 313; BPOE Lodge 931; Indiana Grange 1656; Indiana Fox and Coon Club.
He had lived his entire life in Indiana County and had been a dairy farmer for over 50 years.
Surviving are his wife, Mabel Knupp Cribbs, whom he married Aug. 26, 1930; two sons and four daughters: John E., San Francisco, Calif.; Robert O., Fresno, Calif.; Mrs. Betty Solinski, Aliquippa; Mrs. Perry Wetzel, Mercer; Mrs. William (Marilyn) Engelleitner, York; Mrs. James (Carol) Hullihen, Phoenix, Ariz.; 15 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren; a brother, L. Dale, Indiana RD 5; three sisters: Mrs. Alice Uncapher, Huston; Mrs. Jennie McCormick, Indiana; Mrs. Neale (Eva) Uncapher, Connery.
He was preceded in death by his parents and two sisters, Mrs. Pauline Campbell and Mrs. Mildred Doty.
Friends will be received from 3-5 and 7-9 pm. Thursday at Robinson-Lytle's, Indiana, where services will be held at 1:30 pm. Friday, Rev. Donald E. Shamble, officiating. Interment will follow in Oakland Cemetery.
Masonic services will be held at 7 pm. Thursday in the funeral home.
1926 - MRS. MARGARET E. CRIBBS, Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Cribbs, aged 56 years, died at her home in Washington township suddenly with heart trouble on February 5. She was wife of G. A. Cribbs. She was a member of the M. E. church at Plumville. The deceased was a daughter of John J. Little, of Marion Center. She is survived by her husband, G. A. Cribbs and seven children. Burial was made at Beracha cemetery, near Plumville.
1904 - MRS. ELIZABETH CRIBBS, wife of Henry G. Cribbs, died at her home near Plumville on Sabbath, May 15, at 2 pm. of a complication of diseases, at the age of 68 years and two months. Her maiden name was Harkleroad and she was born in Armstrong county in 1835. She had lived in the vicinity of Plumville for nearly 40 years. She is survived by her husband and eight children: Levi A., of Pomona, Mich.; Mrs. J. W. Hoover, of Home; James G., of Denton; William T., George A., J. Elmer and Christopher F., all of Plumville, and Miss Dollie, at home. All the children were present at their mother's death bed. The deceased was a consistent member of the Lutheran church, and was highly respected in her community. The funeral service was conducted by the Rev. Schmucker, interment being made in Beracha cemetery.
1955 - MRS. CLARINDA (GEORGE) CRIBBS, widow of Silas Cribbs, of Elderton, died Wednesday, February 9, at 4:20 am. in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Rupp of Kittanning RD 1.
She was born January 1, 1872, in Plumcreek Township, Armstrong County, a daughter of Alexander and Mary Jane Burns George.
Mrs. Cribbs was a member of the Elderton Presbyterian Church.
She is survived by four daughters: Mrs. Miles (Grace) Rupp of Kittanning RD 1; Mrs. Wilbert (Zoe) Wood of Shelocta RD; Mrs. Blaine (Martha) Wood of Elderton and Mrs. Stanley (Merle) Schall of Elderton; one son, Glenn Cribbs of Eustis, Fla. One son, John Cribbs, preceded his mother in death. 20 grandchildren also survive.
Services will be held Saturday, February 12, at 2:30 pm. at the Clark Funeral Home, Elderton. The Rev. F. H. Daubenspeck of Ford City will officiate and burial will follow in Elderton cemetery.
Friends may pay respect at the Funeral Home from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 pm., both Thursday and Friday.
1944 - JOHN W. CRIBBS, son of Mrs. Clarinda George Cribbs and the late Silas Cribbs of Elderton, died Friday at 1:30 pm. of acute appendicitis in the Armstrong County Hospital at Kittanning. He was born Sept. 25, 1896, in Plumcreek Twp.
The deceased lived most of his life in or near Elderton until Oct. 1940 when he moved with his family to Warren, Ohio, where a family residence was maintained at 314 Park Ave. Mr. Cribbs worked practically all of his life in the gas fields as a driller and contractor. He was a veteran of World War I, being a member of the medical corps in the A.E.F. with which he served overseas for about one year. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and the I.O.O.F. of Elderton.
Surviving are his wife, Margaret E.; one daughter at home, Dona Lee; another daughter, Mrs. James W. Herron of New Kensington; his mother, Mrs. Clarinda Cribbs of Elderton; one brother, Glenn of Bristlerville, Ohio; and four sisters, Mrs. Miles Rupp of Kittanning RD, Mrs. Wilbert Wood of Shelocta RD, Mrs. Blaine Wood of Elderton, and Mrs. Stanley Schall of Elderton.
Friends will be received in the home of Mr. Cribbs' brother-in-law, D. L. Solinger of Elderton until Monday at 2:30 pm. when private funeral services will be held. The Elderton I.O.O.F. will hold services Sunday evening. Military services will be held at the grave.
1971 - IMOGENE CRIBBS CRAVENER, 55, Kittanning RD 5, died Sunday, Jan. 10, 1971, at noon, in the Allegheny Valley Hospital, Natrona Heights.
A daughter of Clark and Lona Bell Cribbs, she was born July 21, 1915, in Plumcreek Twp.
She was a member of the Salem United Church of Christ and a charter member of the Woodmen of the World, Grove 6269.
Surviving are her husband, Edward F. Cravener, two daughters: Mrs. Donna M. Heckhart, North Glenn, Colo.: Mrs. Betty Lou Kimpel, Kittanning RD 2; a son Ronald R., Leechburg RD1; six grandchildren; five brothers: Porter Cribbs, Leechburg RD 1; Harry Cribbs, New Kensington; Arthur Cribbs, and Alex Cribbs, both of Rural Valley RD 1; two sisters: Mrs. Reba Shaffer, Elderton; Mrs. Evelyn Smith, Warren, Ohio.
Friends will be received at the Carson Funeral Home, Rural Valley, today from 7-9 pm. and 2-4 and 7-9 pm. Tuesday. Services will be held at the United Church of Christ, Kittanning RD 5, at 2 pm. Wednesday where the body will lie in state from 1 pm. until time of service. The Rev. Johnnie Lengel will officiate and interment will be in the Salem United Church of Christ Cemetery.
1918 - JACOB A. CRIBBS, AGED MAN KILLED ON R.R. - Imagining he had work to do in the locality where he was killed, Jacob A. Cribbs, almost a lifelong resident of Black Lick, wandered from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Harry Clark, of that place, Monday forenoon and was struck and killed by a northbound train on the P.R.R., on what is known as the old Stoneback farm located about one and one-half miles below Black Lick.
Mr. Cribbs was aged 83 years, 10 months, and 20 days. His body was terribly mangled and was carried a distance along the track where it was found by a foreigner who notified a section crew who were working a short distance
below where the accident occurred.
The man's remains were collected and put aboard the passenger train which leaves Indiana at 12:01 o'clock and taken to the Davis undertaking rooms in Blairsville, where it was prepared for burial. Later the body was taken to the home of the deceased's daughter, Mrs. Harry Clark, where the funeral service was conducted on Wednesday afternoon by Rev. J. C. Burnworth, of Derry. Burial was made in the Luther chapel cemetery, at Coral.
At times Mr. Cribbs would develop unusual strength and during these spells would walk quite a distance and it is thought that it was while experiencing one of these conditions that he wandered away from home. When these spells passed off he usually fell into a sleepy condition and it might have been possible that the man lay or sat down on the track and fell asleep.
Another theory advanced for his death is that he is hard of hearing, and it is thought he might not have heard the approaching train. Just why the men in charge of the train which killed him did not see him will possibly never be known.
Jacob A. Cribbs was born in West Wheatfield township and had been a resident of Black Lick and vicinity most all his life. He was a carpenter by trade. Several years ago while working in the old Bell's Mills flouring mill one of his arms was caught in the machinery and ground off.
He was twice married, his first wife being Mrs. Nancy Boyle, of Burrell township, to which union one child, G. I. Cribbs, of Derry, was born. His second wife, was Miss Margaret Repine, of Burrell township. The surviving children of this union are: Mrs. Harry Clark, of Black Lick; Charles Cribbs, of Freeport; Albert, of Vandergrift, and Mrs. Elmer Aultman, of near Kellysburg. Two brothers, Marion Cribbs, of Graffton, near Black Lick, and George Cribbs, of near Heshbon, survive.
1973 - LOGAN LESTER CRIBBS, 74, of Gilpin Township, died at 2:45 pm. yesterday at Armstrong County Memorial Hospital, where he had been a patient since Sept. 18.
Born Aug. 27, 1899 in Plumcreek Township, he was a son of Clark and Lona E. (Bell) Cribbs.
He married Goldie Iona (Myers) Cribbs March 15, 1920 in Freeport and the couple celebrated their 53rd anniversary last March.
Mr. Cribbs lived in Gilpin Township 53 years. A coal miner, he retired from Maher Coal Mine of Hicks Coal Company in 1953 after 25 years of service. From 1954 to 1962 he was superintendent of state highways in Armstrong County; from 1964 to 1970 he was Gilpin Township supervisor and constable for 30 years.
He was a member of First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Leechburg and UMA Local 6986 of District 5 of Kiski Valley.
Surviving are his wife; two sons, Logan Jr. of Sarver and Harold M. of Gilpin Township; three daughters, Mrs. Walter (June) Klingensmith of Gilpin Township, Mrs. Timothy (Lona Lee) Keagle of West Kittanning and Mrs. H. J. (Dorothy) Games of Gilpin Township; four brothers, Porter and Alex, both of Rural Valley; Harry of New Kensington, and Arthur of Elderton; two sisters, Mrs. Glenn (Reba) Shaffer of Elderton and Mrs. George (Evelyn) Smith of Warren, Ohio; 22 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
A son, Robert Clark, died Feb. 9, 1966 and a sister, Mrs. Edward C. (Imogene) Cravener, on Jan. 13, 1971.
Friends of Logan Lester Cribbs, who died Oct. 1, 1973, will be received 7 to 9 today and 2 to 4, 7 to 9 pm. tomorrow at Dean W. Cline Funeral Home, 260 Market St., Leechburg, where services will be at 11 am. Thursday with the Rev. Donald E. Hebrank, pastor of First Evangelical Lutheran Church of Leechburg, officiating. Burial will be in the Forks Church Cemetery. Arrangements by Cline.
1998 - MRS. SYLVIA JEANETTE CRIBBS, Homemaker, BLYTHE, GA. -- Mrs. Sylvia Jeanette Cribbs, of 1460 Etterlee Road, died Thursday, April 23, 1998, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital, Augusta.
The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Starling-Hatcher Funeral Home, Augusta, with the Rev. Jerry Redmond officiating. Burial will be in Bellevue Memorial Gardens, Grovetown.
Mrs. Cribbs, a native of Orangeburg, S.C., was a homemaker and a member of Keysville Baptist Church.
Survivors include her husband, Jordan Cribbs; four sons, Jimmy Cribbs and Robbie Cribbs, both of Hephzibah, Charlie DeLoach, Harlem, and James Cribbs, Blythe; a daughter, Sandra Hollinsworth, Savannah; three brothers, John Oglesby, Macon, Robert Oglesby, Symra, Fla., and Belver Oglesby, Atlanta; and nine grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be Thomas Frybergen, Charles Davis, Noah Boone, Lonnie Hopkins, Johnnie Dodd and Ricky McDonald.
The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday at the funeral home.
1956 - GILBERT DOTY CRIBBS, died at his home, 127 Main Street, Blairsville, Sunday, December 23, at 2:15 am.
He was born August 4, 1876 in Westmoreland County, son of John and Euphemia Patterson Cribbs.
He was a retired telegraph operator for the Pennsylvania Railroad and a life long resident of Blairsville,; a member of the Methodist Church, Blairsville.
He is survived by one nephew, John Thompson of Norfolk, Va. Mr. Cribbs made his home with Mr.and Mrs. James M. Paul. Mrs. Paul is a niece of his wife.
Friends will be received at the Ferguson Funeral Home, Blairsville, from 2-5 pm today and on Tuesday from 7-9 pm. Services will be Wednesday, December 26, at 2 pm, the Rev. H. M. Pape officiating. Interment will be in the Blairsville Cemetery.
1953 -MRS. NANCY FLEMING CRIBBS, died at her home, 127 Main street, Blairsville, Tuesday, March 31, at 7:00 am.
She was born in Conemaugh Township, Indiana County, July 2, 1874, a daughter of William and Margaret McClarren Fleming. She was a member of the First Methodist Church at Blairsville.
She is survived by her husband, Gilbert D. Cribbs, and a number of nieces and nephews.
Friends will be received at the Ferguson Funeral Home, Blairsville, after 7 pm. today, where services will be held Thursday, April 2, at 2 pm. The Rev. John N. Hempstead will officiate.
Interment will be in Blairsville Cemetery.
1993 - HARVEY HART CRIBBS, Died Thursday, Sept 16,1993, at 6:30 a.m. at his residence. He was 78, a resident of Baton Rouge since 1944 and a native of Vixon [Louisiana].
He was owner and founder of Cribbs Inc. Visiting at Rabenhorst Funeral Home, 825 Government St., 2 to 9 p.m. Friday and after 8 a.m. Saturday. Religious services at 11 a.m. Saturday in the funeral home chapel, conducted by the Rev. Bain Stagg. Interment in Roselawn Memorial Park Survived by wife of 55 years, Alta Lammert Cribbs, Baton Rouge; two daughters and sons-in-law, Mrs. Donald (Lecarol) Chatelain Sr. and Mrs. Virgil Guy (Harvine) Joiner Jr., all of Baton Rouge; three brothers, Louis C. Cribbs, Baton Rouge, William Hoyt Cribbs, Angola, and Louie Duane Cribbs, Monroe. Five grandchildren, Donald E. Jr., Robert H.. and Margaret Allynn Chatelain, Kyla Ann Adams and Carrie Lee Joiner; four great-grandchildren, Jennifer Hart Chatelain, Lauren Michelle Chatelain, Mallory Marie Chatelain and Matthew Hart Chatelain; five nieces, Mrs. James (Judy) Foster, Mrs. Brice (Carrie) Croswell, Mrs. Michael (Rhonda) McShane, Mrs. Don (Donna) Williams and Elizabeth Ann Cribbs; and two nephews, William Hoyt "Billy" Cribbs and Louie Clark Cribbs. Pallbearers will be Donald E. Chatelain Jr., Robert H. Chatelain, Donald E. Chatelain Sr., Virgil Guy Joiner, Michael S. Foster, Charles T. Coghlan, Walter R Smiley, R. Fred Weimer, Ryan Lee Hennigan and Jimmy Johnson. He was of the Baptist faith, member of The Elks Club, the board of trustees of the Baton Rouge Roofing and Sheetmetal Contractors Association and Baton Rouge Roofers Local No. 317. In lieu of' flowers, memorial donations may be made to Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center, 4950 Essen Lane, 70809.
Family would like to express heartfelt appreciation to Dr. William Moore, special thanks to Dr. Charles LeBlanc and staff, friends at ENT Medical.Association, Dr. Robert S. Fields and entire staff of Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center. All were a source of great comfort, encouragement and hope to members of Mr. Cribbs family.
1999 - ALTA LAMMERT CRIBBS, Owner and CEO of Cribbs Inc., and a resident of Baton Rouge since 1944, she died at 5:21 a.m. Saturday, March 13, 1999, at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, Baton Rouge. She was 80 and a native of Monroe. Visiting was held at Rabenhorst Funeral Home, 825 Government St., 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday. Visiting at the funeral home chapel, 8 a.m. until religious services at 1 p.m. Monday, conducted by the Rev. Frank Bains Stagg and the Rev. Carl Sullivan. Interment in Roselawn Memorial Park. Survived by two daughters and sons-in-law, Lecarol C. and Donald E. Chatelain and Harvine C. and V. Guy Joiner, all of Baton Rouge; a brother and two sisters-in-law, William B. and Bernice Lammert and Mary Armstrong, all of Denham Springs; five grandchildren, Donald E. Chatelain Jr., Robert Hart Chatelain, Margaret Allynn Kennedy, Kyla Ann Lawrence and Carrie Lee Joiner; six great-grandchildren, Jennifer Hart Chatelain, Lauren Michelle Chatelain, Mallory Marie Chatelain, Matthew Hart Chatelain, Marlee Sarah Chatelain and Taylor Allynn Kennedy; a niece, Ann Minarik Weimer; a great-niece, Anita Samulka; and a great-nephew, Robert Fred Weimer. Preceded in death by her parents, Lela Belle Shepherd and Andrew Jackson Lammert; husband, Harvey Hart Cribbs; a sister, Margaret Armstrong Minarik; and two brothers, Robert T. Armstrong and Ezra Armstrong. Pallbearers will be Donald E. Chatelain Jr., Robert H. Chatelain, Henry G. Lawrence, Gary Lee Kennedy, Michael F. Foster, Robert Fred Weimer, Ted Joe Telano and Brent Salter. Honorary pallbearers are Gary Cooper, Walter E. Smiley, Charles Coghlan and George M. Simon. She was a member of Ingleside United Methodist Church. Family requests in lieu of flowers, memorial donations be made to Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center, 4950 Essen Lane, Baton Rouge LA 70809 or Gray?s Creek Baptist Church, 21039 La. 16, Denham Springs LA 70726 or Ingleside United Methodist Church, 4264 Capital Heights Ave., Baton Rouge LA 70806.
1988 - CATHERINE DELAUNE CRIBBS, Died Sunday, March 20, 1988, in New Orleans. She was 67, a native of Dutchtown and resident of Baton Rouge. Visiting at Hollabaugh-Spindle Wooddale Memorial Chapel, 9 a.m. until religious services at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, conducted by the Rev. Tommy Winders. Burial in Roselawn Memorial Park. Survived by husband, Louis Cribbs Jr.; a daughter, Judy Foster, Baton Rouge; two sisters, Rita Gilbert, Dutchtown, and Jewell Mae Lee, Denham Springs; two brothers, Sidney DeLaune, Baton Rouge, and Scott DeLaune, Dutchtown; and three grandchildren, Tory, Michael and Dwayne Foster. She was a member of Oak Grove Baptist Church.
Advocate, The (Baton Rouge, LA) Date: March 22, 1988
1970 - RUTH L. CRIBBS, Funeral services will be held Sunday for Miss Ruth L. Cribbs, of Reynoldsville RD 1 (Sandy Valley), who died Friday [Oct. 23, 1970] in her home following a heart attack. She was 71.
Friends will be received in the Ober Funeral Home in Reynoldsville where services will be held at 1:30 pm Sunday. The Rev. Michael T. Hullihan will officiate and burial will be in the Sandy Valley Cemetery.
Born November 28, 1898, in Sandy Valley, she was a daughter of Theodore and Margaret Henry Cribbs. She was a member of the Sandy Valley Church and had been a resident of the Sandy Valley area most of her life.
Surviving are a brother, Leonard Cribbs, of Eureka, Mo., a nephew and two nieces.
1966 - ETTIE ELMA CRIBBS, Mrs. Ettie Elma Cribbs, of Home RD 1 (Plumville), died Saturday in the Adrian Hospital at the age of 49.
Born May 21, 1917, in Rayne Township, Indiana County, she was a daughter of Harry and Margaret Allen Hadden Lukehart. She was married January 19, 1940, to Walter Cribbs. A life long resident of the Plumville area, she was a member of the Old Mahoning Baptist Church.
Surviving are her husband; a son, Jerry, with the US Army at Ft. Dix, NJ; a daughter, Mrs. Barl Stahlman, of Punxsutawney RD 1; four sisters, Mrs. Fred Heberling, of Smicksburg RD 1; Mrs. Cloud Cribbs and Mrs. Martha Fisher, of Home RD 1; and Mrs. Carl Haggerty, of Indiana RD 2; and two brothers, John Lukehart, of Creekside RD 1, and Dale Cornman, of Plumville.
Friends will be received after 2 o'clock this afternoon in the Bowser Funeral Home in Plumville where services will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. The Reverend David E. Bickett will officiate and burial will be in the Clarion Center Cemetery.