BEIDLER, Frank N. - obit. p. 2 of 2.
"It him a and it con during date of receipt ' a obligation time Elder. to and or atNew Albany, Eyana villf, Terre Haute. Lafayette Loganeport, Ftv Wayne, Soiith Bend. Gary or Muncie. v G. A. R. Vote "'of Than ka. V The G. A. R. Post No '52 at rea-nlsr meeting held June 12th 1920 by a Un animous vote of. thanks convey their appreciation V and approval ,. to' the American . Legion for assuming and conducting National Memorial decoration day services as established by the viritiiu army 01 nepuDiic. service his youngest son, Fred G., served during the Spanish-American war ani his roldeV grandsoi, Marion ser ved in the recent World War, being in srvice In France' and the youngest grrandscn. Herbert was also. in. the World War being lit Lieut. . and tfleo did service in Franc. - : - '. John Shumai ) Pbilip Plum $ COM. FRANK N. BEIDLER DIED LATE SATURDAY P. M. (Continued from Page one) i gaged In the dry.goods business 'alone, until 1893, the year of the great panic. when he sold out to Root & McBride Be then engaged as a salesman for Scnaab Bros, at Auburn, rem aiiilnir ..... . . . witn mem from Oct). 1593 until. March, 1896. .In August f Ilowing he accepted a position with D L. Laos 'and con tinued until October, 1907. when he ar ranged to assist his son Bert in the aho&l- buslness at Auburnv ; Hia health began to fail at that time and "be was forced to retire from" active business. : w ith bis wife tbey united with the M. E. church of, tfaterloo. during the pastorate of . Rev. - Clark Skinner. During his membership with this church he has served as class leader, exborter recording steward, delegate to annual conference, Sunday chooi superinten dent, church chorister, choir leader, church-treasurer and trustee. Be be eame a member of Waterloo Post G. A R. eoon after its organization. and held all the principal offices of the Post. He held a commission as aide de camp on the staff of both Commander in Chief, and Statw Dept. Commander. He served . as town trustee for two years. In addition: to his own 'army ..- , : ; Reaolutlona . wnereas death nas entered into . our tanks and two members of Waterloo ost No. 52, G. A. R. J)epartrnent of niiana, have answer d to the sound of taps, therefore, be it . ' Resolved, That in the death of Corn rade 0. II. Brooks arid Comrade FrarTk N. Beidler Waterloo Post has lost two patriotic and loyal, members, and e extend to the bereaved families our deepest sympathy , and appreciation of the services of our deceased comrades. Further be it . .- . . Resolved, That ; these' resolutions be spread Qpon the records of the Post, that a copy, be sent to the bereaved families, and that the charter of the Post be draped with mourning for - period of thirty days. ; "; . Done at Waterloo, Ind., Ju e 15, 1920. v'-;"-;...-..'joni'h'uman. - . , ; v '; : Philip Plum-.' I . . : , . " Committee. :l Roaoiution. : ' . ' , Whereas the Supreme Ruler of the Universe has called from bis labors on Earth, Brother Cbauncey H Brookr, a Master Mason, - therefore belt Resolved, That in his death a goc d I citizen has been removed and . that a loyal member of the Masonic fraternity has been removed from this Earth, and we extend to th bereaved widow and daughter the sincere sympathy of the members of Waterloo, City Lodge. No. AAft. ttl A ft wi.f.sA. u.t ana express our ap preciation of. his attendance at the meetings of this order. ; .''". .v-r".-. ; Herbert C Willis') i r wa. H. K. Leas Alwyn Prang n . At financial feel it customers merchandise substantial All Men's ' All Men's Suits All' , : (Blue All