Clipped From Harrisburg Telegraph
FUNERAL OP CHAS. B. GARMAX TO BE HELD OS SATURDAY Charles B. Garman, a trucker, whose sudden death occurred at Cal - der and Fulton streets, was a lifelong resident of .Susquehanna township. Mr. Garman had been ailing for some time, but his condition was never considered considered serious. His death was due to heart trouble and no investigation waa necessary by the Coroner. Mr. Garman is survived by a wife and the following children; John C. Garman, Mary C, ' Theresa, Mrs. John P. Baunmlller, Herman 0., Bertha C, Elizabeth and Gertrude, all at home except the son Herman, who is in bust - John L. Blever, also - survives and resides resides at Lucknow. ' The funeral will be held on Saturday morning at 9.80 o'clock from St. Lawrence Catholic Church. The Rev. P. S. Huegal will officiate and burial Will be made tn Mt. Calvary Cemetery; .