Dean Nevin Kyper (1858-1947) Pg 3 Col 4

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Dean Nevin Kyper (1858-1947) Pg 3 Col 4 - DAILY NEWS, HUNTINGDON, PA., MONDAY, MiRUAHY...
DAILY NEWS, HUNTINGDON, PA., MONDAY, MiRUAHY 17, 1947. don Star Route. Charles Hardy, Mount Union. Mrs. Bernice Coy, Saxton. . Peggy Miller, Robertsdale. William Sheeder, Six Mile Run. j Warren Shumard, 713 Agnes | Slroet, Huntingdon, j Mrs. Mae Is'orris, Huntingdon! R. D. 3. Discharged: Mrs. Maxine Neville, Waterfall. Mrs. Alice Pylos, Shjrleysburgf. Chester Gladfelter, 75S Penn Street, Huntingdon. Ralph Lane, Williams burg. Thomas Isenberg, Williamsburg-. Charles Conley, Dudley. Donald Mitchell, Mount R. D. 1. OBITUARY D. N. Kyper, 8$, Of Huntingdon Dies D. Nevin Kyper, 88, of Si'8 Pennsylvania Avenue, South Huntingdon, died at his home at .12:30 a. in. on Sunday, Feb.. 16, 19-17. " ' Son ot Michael and Margaret Kyper, he was born on July 3, 1858. in Porter To\vn.ship. He married Berdie Burket on May 17, 1SS3. This.past year Mv. and TOO LATE TO Salesman: Immediate •A. mail over 3S to • area in a semi-professional capacity. Our business is •profitable 1 and permanent. leain by actual field regular follow-up experience' necessary. essential. Compensation sales " discussed at Write S. O. Coen, Box Daily News. Mrs. Marjorie Neville, Broad Top. i Phyllis Grice, (310 K. Division Street, Mount Union. Sally Ann Foor, Six Mile Run. Mrs.' Dorothy McBride, Aitch. Mrs. Mnxlne Myers, 1500 Mif- rlin Street, Huntingdon. Roy Bryant. Aitch: . Agnes Ramper, Broad Top. Mrs. Ann States, Alexandria. Mrs. Jessie Williams, Warriors Mark. B. BOYER IS (Continued from Fii-st Page) granted is the ratio for Huntingdon County, the judge stated. District Attorney I. Newton Taylor informed the court that the number of cases to be presented to the jury was less than customary al this session, and that the Grand Jury would complete its work in one day's time. A. number of pleas of guilty will be presented to the court when it convenes for the afternoon session, third wedding anniversary His wife arid four daughters and three sons are surviving: Mrs. Mary Richardson, West Chester, Mrs. Flora Hodson, Bethlehem; Mrs. Frances McMurtrie, Camp Hill; Mrs. Mora Hall, Hartslog Valley; Charles N. and Fred M. Kyper, Huntingdon; and Arthur M. Kypear, Altoona. Other survivors are 21 grandchildren, 13 great-grandcnildren and a sister, Mrs. Mary Myers of Pleasant Hill, Ohio. Mr. Kyper resided in Porter Township foi about 20 years, Following his retirement, he moved to South Huntingdon where he had since lived. He was a charter member of the Knights of Pythias. The funeral service will be held at Brown's funeral home on Tuesday at H:30 p. m. The Rev. F. L Hartzfeld will officiate. Interment will be in Riverview Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. John McMullen Painter (FOR SALE: 1941 Dodge I Sedan. Hollywood condition. Austin A. i Taylor Highlands. Phone 12-17,19,21* v SALE: Dry or wpod, delivered. Inquire Kenneth Edmiston, Wood, 2-17-31* SATURDAY, MARCH beginning at 10 a. m. Clawsbn will offer for at her residence on the between Saxton and all Farm Implements Household Goods. ' SATURDAY, 1947 beginning at 1 Steel will offer at his re.s-iderice in West full line of household 2-17-51. TUESDAY, MARCH beginning at 11 A. M., Fetterhoof will offer sale at the Fetterhoof 1 mi. S. of Spruce livestock and farm i etc. 2:17,21, NOTICE I I will not be bills contracted by

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