Rev.Ray Charles Jarma Bowling Green 1921

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Rev.Ray Charles Jarma Bowling Green 1921 - In line with this purpose there was no funeral...
In line with this purpose there was no funeral sermon at the grave. The exercises which consisted only of prav-ers prav-ers prav-ers were conducted by the Rev. Robert Robert S. Boyd, a nephew of Mrs. Clark, and pastor of a Kansas City Presbyterian Presbyterian church. Prayers also were offered by the Rev. Ray Charles Jarma and th Cov George C. Hitcl-c. Hitcl-c. Hitcl-c. k, both of Bowling Green. In all the prayers were references references to Mr. Clark's uprighteousne-s uprighteousne-s uprighteousne-s honesty, and force of charicter. Before the services at the grave, the, uui, i-uuuuiuee, i-uuuuiuee, i-uuuuiuee, naaea oy former Governor Gardner and Congressman-elect Congressman-elect Congressman-elect Hawes went to "Honeyshuck," the

Clipped from Altoona Tribune08 Mar 1921, TuePage 1

Altoona Tribune (Altoona, Pennsylvania)08 Mar 1921, TuePage 1
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