All obituaries are from The Arizona Republic unless otherwise indicated.

EBLE, William Charles

Mesa -- William Charles Eble, 82, died June 23, 1978, in the Royal Nursing Home. Mr. Eble was a tool and die maker in Chicago and Detroit before moving to Phoenix in 1945. Survivors include a daughter, June Bowman; a sister; one grandchild and three great-grandchildren. Published in the Arizona Republic 6/25/1978.

EDWARDS, Ollie Mae

Ollie Mae Edwards, 86, of Surprise, who came to Arizona in 1927, died April 20, 1978, in a Valley hospital. Daughters, Mary Gore, Frankie Williams, Jennie Baker, Alma Burton of Dinuba, CA, Jeane Craig, Peoria, AZ, and Betty Boykin, Junction City, Oregon; sons, Francis of Veniza, Oregon, and Lawrence of Flagstaff; a sister; a brother; 31 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren. Lundberg Golden Door Chapel. Interment Resthaven Park Cemetery, Glendale. The Phoenix Gazette April 22, 1978

ELLIS, Ambrost

Ambrost Ellis, 76, a retired janitor, died June 22, 1978. He moved here in 1951 from Arkansas. Wife, Lizzie; children, Helen McKelvey, Lillie Robinson, Jewel Scroggins, Elizabeth Gilliard, Virginia, Betty Jean, Dossie, Kenneth and Ambrose; 50 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. Burning Bush Baptist Church. Published in the Arizona Republic 6/29/1978.

ENAS, Jonathan

Scottsdale -- A wake for Jonathan Enas, 50, was Friday in the Salt River Indian Reservation Assembly of God Church on Extension Road. Services were Saturday in the church. Mr. Enas, a laborer who served in the Army in World War II, died Sunday, Feb. 8, 1976, in Phoenix Indian Medical Center. Survivors include his wife, Frances; children, Brenda, Noreen, Doreen, Marilyn and Burleigh; father, John Enas; a brother; and two grandchildren. Camelback Sunset Chapel handled arrangements. The Arizona Republic Thursday, Feb. 12, 1976.

ENOS, Josephine

Stotonic -- Memorial services for Josephine Enos, 67, who died April 13, 1978, at the Phoenix Indian Medical Center, were at the Stotonic Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Enos, born in Sacaton, was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband, Frank G.; children, Marvin and Permelia and Verna Marrietta. Arizona Burial-Cremation-Transportation Service made arrangements. The Arizona Republic Sunday, April 16, 1978