Irvin B. Clark dies.
IRVIN B. CLARK DIES SUDDENLY AT GEISINGER Well Known Delinquent Tax Collector Succumbs Few Hours After He is Admitted Admitted to the Institution for Treatment BURIAL TO BE MADE 10:00 WEDNESDAY Irvtoi B. Olark, 50, wen known de linquent lax collector operating from this city and thru the office of Tax Collect or Paul Azary, of Kuh mont, died vary suddenly at 6:56 Saturday evening at the Geisinger Memorial Hospital at Danville from an acute complication of diseases, death ensuing a few hours after the sufferer had been received at the institution. Mr. Clark, who was well known in this city, but who resided at Elysburg, was stricken suddenly 111 last Thursday and on Saturday, when he failed to Improve under medical treatment, was rushed to the hospital in a hope specialists there might bring relief and restore health. Efforts were unavailing and death ensued. The departed was a native of Ohio and had resided at Elysburg during the past fourteen years. H:s wife, the former Maude Nahodil, of this city, is the only survivor. The funeral will be held Wednesday Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock from the home of Fred Nahodil ar.d will be private. Friends can view e remains remains at the Nahodil residence tomorrow tomorrow evening between the hours of 7:00 and 9:00. The Rev. Fred Heather, of John son City, will officiate at the private services Wednesday morning, with burial to follow in the Odd Fellows' cemetery. of