Arlie Johnson Schetrompf
Hancock Area Farmer Dies After Accident j Hancock, Nov. 2 1 ?.—Knocked from H farm wagon by a low-hanging i wire, Arlle Johnson Schctrompf, 45, of near Hancock, suffered a Irac- tui'cd skull and died on a farm near Warfordsburg. Pa. Persons who were working on the same farm -with Schetrompf said that he was standing atop a .farm wagon which was being used to haul fodder When the truck reached th« barn. Schctrompf was missing, and nn investigation disclosed that ho had collided with the wire. A Pennsylvania coroner said tbat the fractured skull was the cause of death. Schctrompf, the father of six children, was a resident of Hancock, Route 2. and was working temporarily on the Pennsylvania farm. Surviving are his wife, Hazel; two daughters, Mary and Norma. at home; three sons. Kenneth. Linn and Arlie, Jr., at home. Homer, J. |Hancock; sisters, Mrs. Elsie Scher- cliff, Cumberland, Mrs. Maiy Cole, Williamsport, Mrs. Hazel Mellott, Knobsville, Pa., Bertha Schetrotnpf, Illinois; brothers, Guy, of Hancock, John, of Warfordsburg, Ray, • of Conncllsville. Pa., and his father, (Jacob C. Schctrompf, Warfordsburg.