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From the Xenia Daily Gazette
dated 6 Mar 1957.
Bonnie Howard
(Barney) Entsminger
      Bonnie Howard (Barney) Entsminger, 61, brother of Albert Entsminger of Fairborn, died at 7 a.m. yesterday at his residence in Jamestown. He had been ill for two years.
      He was formerly employed at Wright-Patterson AFB and was a member of Emmanuel Baptist church in Xenia.
      In addition to his brother in Fairborn, he is survived by his wife, Goldie, 10 children, Mrs. Thelma Green, Port Williams; David of Jamestown; Mrs. Addie Smalley, Mrs. Bernice Hickman and Mrs. Marcella Curtis, all of Jamestown; Howard Jr., William and Miss Eleanor Entsminger, at home
      Also surviving are another brother, Henry of Oak Hill, W. Va., and five sisters, Mrs. Virgie Hayslett, Birmingham, Mich.; Mrs. Zona Davis and Mrs. Annie Smith, both of Strasburg, Va.; Mrs. Mary Entsminger and Mrs. Delipha Stump, both of Washington, D. C. and 36 grandchildren.
      Funeral services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Power funeral home in Jamestown. Burial will be in Jamestown cemetery.
      Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday afternoon and evening.
From the Xenia Daily Gazette
dated unknown.
Mrs. Goldie Entsminger;
resident of Jamestown
      Mrs. Goldie Entsminger, 73, of E. Adams St., Jamestown, died Saturday morning at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon (Eleanor) Reed, Bowersville, where she had resided the last week after dismissal from Greene Memorial Hospital.
      Born April 13, 1900, in Virginia, she spent most of her life in Jamestown. She was the daughter of Samuel and Cornelia Agnor Ruley, and the widow of Howard Entsminger who died in 1917.
      Besides Mrs. Reed, she is survived by the following children: Elmer and William Entsminger of Xenia, David Entsminger of Jamestown, Mrs. Thelma Palmer and Mrs. Addie Smalley of Xenia, Mrs. Elizabeth Burba of Bowersville, Mrs. Lester (Bernice) Hickman of Washington C. H., and Mrs. Charles (Marcella) Curtis of Jamestown; a sister, Mrs. Addie Cochran of Charlestown, W. Va., 45 grandchildren and 36 great-grandchildren.
      Services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Powers Funeral Home, Jamestown, where visitation is 6-9 p.m. today. Burial will be in Jamestown Cemetery.

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