Rev E E dietterich

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Rev E E dietterich
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Shot. which he hands 13 Z. E. discharge right 9:30 the boy wheat iu wishes. chopping proposed chopping of secured the peering gun on gave a but to as it elbow hastened 2 answer him removal on was the injured accident. his brothers Abbottstown; Camp at Abbottstown in the. Wife of Rsw. E. E. Dtitterlch Killed Instantly. A brief dispatch on Wednesday announced that Mrs. Dietterich wife of the E. E. Dietterich was struck and killed by a passenger train at Saeger crossing, near Williamsport, Pa. For a number of years the Rev. Dietterich was pastor of the Now Lutheran charge, composed of congregations at Pines church, Hampton and lersburg, the fsmily occupying the parsonage at New Chester. The family left several yean* ago when the paator a '·all to another charce. He is now located at Montgomery, Pa. The Montgomery "Mirror" of Friday pays:--Mrs. E. E. Deitterich, wife of E. E. Deitterich was struck and killed a P R. passenger train northbound about 12:45 p. m., on Wednesday was on her way to Saegers station to Montgomery, to assist the ladies sewing for the Red Cross and was the middle P. R siding. Foreman William Lose and his crew were working the Pennsy track a few hundred west of the Brick church crossing, Mrs. Deitterich came up the track. spoke to Mr. Lose and continued on way to the station when the Reading about forty minutes late whistled her. She glaucod around and was seen walk in front of the locomotive. It is supposed she came confused and thought train was on the track she was She was instantly killed. Rev. Deitterieh wanted to drive her the station, but she preferred to told him to come to Montgomery her home in the evening. She was fifty-four years, and is survived by ber husband and three children, one son married and resides in York. Pa.; a daughter married who resides at Ilighspire, and Archie at home. She was a of the late Wilson Tyson, of this a sister of Mrs. John Meixel, Mrs. McCarty, and Leslie and Ward Tyson, town. She was an estimable lady, and earnest Christian worker in her church, with a host of warm friends and Her sad death has thrown a gloom the entire community, and, expressions regret and-sympathy are expessed on hand. Her bereaved husband and children certainly have the sympathy of The funeral will be held from the church tit 2 o'clock on this Friday afternoon Interment in Fairview cemetery.

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  1. New Oxford Item,
  2. 22 Nov 1917, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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