Clipped From The Evening Sun
Leaves For Indiana Cyrus P. Lohr, Kentland, Ind left yesterday afternoon for York, earoute to his home, after spending spending a week as the guest of his brother - in - law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton G. Dutterer, Parkville. Mr. Lohr was called here by the death of his brother, Samuel B. Lohr, who was buried Friday afternoon afternoon in York. While here he visited many friends and relatives. Among those who visited him at the Dutterer home were Mr. and Mrs, Burnell Klinefelter, son Fern, daughter Janet, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Monroe Sterner, Leroy Garrett, sons Philip and Dean, John Lohr, daughters daughters Dana and Ruth, Mrs. Louise Redding, Miss Mazie Wentz and Ro - maine Braun, Hanover; Jacob For - ry, John Wentz and Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Sterner, near Hanover; Samuel Klinefelter, near Littles - town; Victor Klinefelter, near New Oxford; Mr. and Mrs. John Mummert, Mummert, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wei - chert and William Mummert, York.