Alfred Frank Schetrompf
Schetrompf Alfred E. Schetrompf, of j more, Pa., died Tuesday as| 3 : 30 o'clock, of complications,it o r v home of his daughter, Mrs.I s iy'| e hus- boot- time di- Delia Hann, near Harrisonville, j a t Pa., aged 79 years. Police said He was born and had lived entire life in Fulton County, Pa. 0 was a son of the late George a Anna (Hcndershot) Schetrompf, o that county, and was a member the Church of God, Hancock. i Surviving, besides his daughter, Mrs. Hann, are his wife, Mrs. (Brady) Schetrompf, and the fol- lowing other children: Mrs. Mar- garet Deshong, Hancock; Mrs. Gladys Knable, Needmore; Mrs. Beatrice Garvy, Elmer S., Haiti _ iim _^ moreTciyde* Coatesville, Pa.; Leslie, Moorsville, Pa. Also viviug are a sister, Mrs. Emma Lehman, of Altoona, Pa.; John and Jacob, of Hancock, George, Missouri; 49 grandchil- dren and 21 great grandchildren. Friends may call at the Grio Funeral Home, Hancock, when brief services will be held at o'clock Friday afternoon, with ther services at the Buck Valley Methodist Church at 1:30 o'clock. jThc Rev. William Blewitt will New |ficiale, with interemcnt in adjoiningJhe_churchyard.