1931 Death Franklin Edward Caris of Tylersville
Franklin Edward Caris Kraiiklln Edward Caris t<vday afternoon at his lied yes- home at Tylersville as ihe result of a para- lyiic stroke. He was IK years of ai;e and was a memlwr of the Re- formed Church at Tylersville. He; is survived by bis wife, ihree sons and three daiiKhiers. Lester. Rus- sell and Chester, at home: Mrs. Roy Ranch and Mrs. Torrenee Baer. Lock Haven, and Mrs. Ralph Rhine, of Cresson: also by one , S | ep ,ia UK ],ier, Mrs. Irvin Ruhl. of Tylersville. and one brother and one sister. Orvis A. Caris. of Par- vln and .Mrs. Rosie Crenlnser of Tylersville. er, Funeral services will he held Friday morning nt 10 o'clock at ihe Tylersville Reformed Church. in charge of Rev. Arthur J. Miller of HebersburR. Burial will be made in the I'nioii Cemetery at Tylersville.