George Foster Minick, Jr.-TDN-p.9-26 May 1948: part 2
PAGE NINL officerj, will decorate the »oldiers' graves after which "America" will be sung. A firing squad will salute the dead and "Taps" will be sounded sounded at the conclusion of thu program. program. CONDITION OF ( Continued from First Page) Mrs. Minnick, her mother, Mrs. J. R. Davis of Roaring- Spring, formerly of Huntingdon, and Mr. Mi-nnick's mother, Mrs. Ethel Minnick Minnick of South Huntingdon, visited Mr. Minnick at the hospital yesterday yesterday and report that he is resting "fairly well." His wife expects to return to the hospital tomorrow. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hreknum were well known to Central Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Methodists as he had served as pastor of a number of charges i« this section and was superintendent of the Methodist Home for the Aged at Tyrone from 1936 until he retired last year. Man Critically Burned Meadville, Pa., May 26.—Brady Irwin, Meadville R. D.. was critically critically burned when his automobile caught fire, State Police reported reported today. He was reported near death at city hospital.