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Mon a the with - p - Rev. will resi the em Bat - was employe ana and the the John in a of at at Sara - is Mr, of two and the The will ADDISON M. GROFF Addison M. Groff, 85, a retired poultry dealer, died Wednesday at the home of his son, Hershey Groff. 415 Eutaw street, New Cumberland. He was in the poul try business in Lancaster for 47 years. Services will be held Saturday at 10.30 a. m. at the Groff funeral home. 234 West Orange street, Lancaster, the Rev. William Ball - man. Lancaster First .Reformed Church, officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 7 to 9 p. m. He is survived by his widow, Marv E.: two sons, the Rev. Addi son H. Groff, Baltimore, Md., and Zitas, aft of Middletown; 27 grandchildren, and one great grandchild. Requiem mass will be celebrat ed Friday at 9 a. m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Middletown, of which she was a member, by the Rev. William B. Cavanaugh, Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, Middletown. Burial will be in St. Mary s cemetery. Friends may call at the Carpen ter funeral home, Spring and Water streets, Middletown, tonight tonight after 7. MRS. D. M. STAGER Mrs. Drucilla M. Stager, 80. died Wednesday at her home, 59 Lin coln Way West, Chambersburg. Widow of Alson M. Stager, Chambersburg leather merchant and civic figure, she was a member member of the Central Presbyterian SSX, Tr "Vf n rnmberiand - IChurch. She was a director of the Hershey Groff, New Cumberland, rvmntv Children's Aid a daugnter, Mrs. wmiam r. - ,"7 Myers, Lancaster; six grandchil - P"" . , ' ' f,a,fwM - J was a charter director of the John H. Shook Home for the Aged. Surviving are two daughters re the by 30 was dren. a great - frandchild; a brother. Harry M. Groff, Norris town, and a sister, Mrs. tstner A. Burkholder, Harrisburg. MRS. CLARA B. FOULTZ Mrs. Clara Bardall Foultz, 83, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Murrel R. Walters, 416 Enola drive, South Enola, Wednesday, after an illness of several months A lifelong resident of Cumberland county, she had resided in Enola for the oast four years, In addition to Mrs. Walters, she is survived by three, other daugh ters, Mrs. Mable Sadler, Mrs Grace Frock and Mrs. Sara O'Brien, all of Mechanicsburg; three sons, Frank F., Summerdale; James W., Allen, Pa., and Robert R., Camp Hall; eighteen grand children and eighteen great grandchildren. Services will be held Sunday at 1.30 p. m. at the Walters' residence with, further services at 2 p. m. in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Wertzville road, of which she was a member. The Rev. R. S. Poffen - berger, pastor, will officiate. Burial Burial will be in the adjoining ceme - ery. Friends may call at the Walters' residence Saturday from 7 to 9 p. m. HENRY W. YORLETS Henry W. Yorlets , 86, North Middleton township, died Wednesday Wednesday of a heart attack at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank Corn - man, Carlisle, R. D. 2. The son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Yorlets, he is survived by the following children: Mrs. Flor ence Nickey, Carlisle; Mrs. Corn - man, John Yorlets, Mechanics burg, R. D. 2; Mrs. David Thomas, Carlisle, R. D. 6; George S. Yorlets, Yorlets, Carlisle, R. D. 2; Cora Thomas, Carlisle, 19 grandchildren grandchildren and seven great - grandchildren. grandchildren. grandchildren. Services will be held at 1.30 p. m. Sunday in the Shulenberger funeral home, 169 West High street, Carlisle, with further serv ices at 2 in Waggoner s Brick Church. Burial will be in the adjoining adjoining cemetery. Friends may call Saturday night at the funeral home. and a son. Mrs. J. Clyde Crawford and A. M. Stager, Jr., both of Chambersburg, and Mrs. George L. Kress. Belle Vernon; three brothers and two sisters, George i P. Nicklas, Aberdeen, Md.; J Bishop Nicklas, Fayetteville, R. D 1: Bennett B. Nicklas, Chambers burg; Mrs. Harry W. Hollinberger, Mechanicsburg, and Mrs. David K. M. Knott, Westmont, N. J., and four grandchildren, Services will be held at 3 p. m. Saturday in the Sellers funeral home, in charge of the Rev. Dr. Melvin W. Riddle. Burial will be in Cedar Grove cemetery, CHARLES M. BATES Charles Martin Bates, 60, died Tuesday at his home, Valley Farms, Ringtown. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Blanche Bates, Harrisburg; a daughter, Mrs. John A. Price, Harrisburg; Harrisburg; a son, Richard Guy Bates, with the 11th Air Force in Cleve land, and two sisters, Mrs. Marion Goshom and Mrs. Mabel Nickel, both of Harrisburg. Services will be held Saturday at 10.30 a. m. at the Snyder funeral home. 1720 Regina street. Burial will be in East Harrisburg ceme tery. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday after 7 p. m. MRS. LOVEAN SMITH Mrs. Lovean Smith, 59, 814 North Third street, died Wednes day in a city hospital. A brother, Harry Kretzsinger, Lebanon, sur vives. Services will be held Sat' urday at 2 p. m. at the Dugan fu neral home, 1600 Market street, the Rev. Truman A. Crist, St John's Reformed Church, officiat ing. Burial will be m Evergreen cemetery, Duncannon. Friends may call at the funeral home, 7 to 9 p. m. Friday. MRS. PAULINE ORTITY Mrs. Pauline Ortity, 80, died Tuesday at her home, West Main street, Middletown. She is survived by six sons, John, Paul, Jr.,. George, Michael and Frank, all of Middletown, and Steve Ortity, Elizabethtown; three daughters, Mrs. John Kunder, Mrs.! Martin Derr, Jr., and Mrs. Frank Governor, Senator Back Vandenberg Detroit, Feb. 5, (!P) Governor Kim Sigler and Senator Ferguson (R - Mich) jumped on the Vanden - berg - for - president bandwagon last night. Both expressed hope that the Michigan statesman would accept the support of his state's 41 dele gates to the National Republican convention, and Sigler promised to use his influence to persuade the convention that Vandenberg is a sure winner.