MISS S. 0LLENDYKE IS LAID ATFINAL REST The funeral of Miss Selena Ollen - dyke who died at the Hahnemann hospital last Tuesday, following a brief illness, was held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock frn - v her home, 3304 Oly - phant boulevard. The services were largely attended by relatives and friends. The Spencer Heater Co., where Miss O lendyke was employed, closed Its "plant for I the afternoon that all who desired might be present. The iWrlw ntM flrtrol nianan okna were evidence of the great esteem felt for Miss OHondyke by her friends. ; The standard piece of "Gates Ajar," ' 4w,f - .. .1 ...... IMI uoiRucu ul fuai - a a'iu easier mica, which was sent by the Spencer Heater Company was very beautiful. The services were ln charge of Rev. C. H. Rust, of the Immanue! Baptist church. Several vocal selections wer rendered by Miss Lottie Shives and th pall bearers were: Elmer Jones, Bvron Ollendyke. Bill Wells, Clarence Clirdvko, Arthur Frown. Kff - nuo! I'nlrfield. Interment was made' at Dunmore cemetery.