Moses Hitchcock Obituary
MOSES J. HITCHCOCK Moses Joseph Hitchcock, a vet-an vet-an vet-an of World War II, died yes terday morning at his home, 1119 Cumberland street. An employe of the Mechanicsburg Depot, Hitch cock had been ill for two weeks. Surviving are two daughters. Mrs. Mary Hudson, and Miss Viola Hitchcock; Hitchcock; a son, Joseph Hitchcock; two sisters, Mrs. Sally Moody and Mrs. Lillie Herr.on; a brother, Hansel Hitchcock; his grandparents, Mr. and Mr.s. Flay Hitchcock, all of tins city, and one grandchild. huneral ervn-rs ervn-rs ervn-rs will De n r 1 rl Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Monroe Street Church of God, with the Rev. W. J. Winfield. pastor. officiating, assisted by the Rev. T. N. HndKcs. pastor of Mitchell Me morial Methodist Church. Burial will i William Howard Day Ceme-Friends Ceme-Friends Ceme-Friends may call at the Curtis funeral home, 1000 North Sixth street on Monday evening from 7 to 9 o'clock.