Arthur E. Moul obit
of the the they in stone January-, and calendar Arthur E. Moul, *, York E. Nashville, York County, died suddenly on Dec. 22 about 12:4* pjn. at his place of employment, Thomasvflle Stone and Lime Company. Dr. Thomas Hart, county coroner, said an autopsy would be performed to determine the cause of death. Mr. Moul, a maintenance mechanic, had been employed by firm for 28 years. He was member of St PaiA's Lutheran Spring Grove; Friendship Hose Company, Spring Grove, aad Local 13501, District 50 of the Mine Workers. He was a of World War H. He was a son of Harry C. Thomasville, and the late Mary Eyster MouL Besides bis father is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mildred May Moul; a son, Timothy Moul, York; three brothers, Ivan L. Moul, of Bair; Morgan R. Moul, Bowling Green, 0.. George W. Moul, Tbomasville; also a sister, Mrs. Charles R. Philips, East Berlin. Funeral services were held Monday at 10:30 ajn. at the Sauter Funeral Home. Spring Grove. Rev. Paul L. Foulk, vic-3-pastor of St. Paul's Church, officiated. Interment was in Mt. Rose Cemetery, York.