William Earl Wolfgang
W. E. Wolfgang, Lavelle, Is Dead William E. Wolfgang, life-long life-long life-long resident of the Lavelle-Mowry Lavelle-Mowry Lavelle-Mowry section, section, died at the Hamburg Sanitor-ium Sanitor-ium Sanitor-ium where he had been a patient three years. Wolfgang was born in Mowry 44 years ago and lived there until 25 years ago when following his marriage marriage to the former Verna Slotter-back, Slotter-back, Slotter-back, he moved to Lavelle. To survive, beside his widow, are these children: Mrs. Wilson Eister, Lavelle; Lloyd and Allen of New Jersey; Lois, Sadie, Alfred, Marvin, Daniel, Verdella, at home, his mother, mother, Mrs. Dena Wolfgang, one grandchild grandchild and these brothers, Rev. Louis Wolfgang, Denver; Walter, Daniel, Charles, of Mowry; Mrs. Morris Christman of Pottstown, and a step-sister, step-sister, step-sister, Mrs. Charles Toppy, of Reliance, also survive. Wolfgang was employed for many years at the Potts Colliery at Locust Dale. He was a member of the Lutheran .Church at Lavelle and of the Odd Fellows. He will be buried Thursday, with services from his late home at 1:30 and further services in Lutheran Church at 2:00 o'clock. Rev. John Reiner of Hamburg will have charge of the service and will be assisted by Rev. C. E. Rudy of Ashland. Interment Interment will be in Lavelle cemetery.