Arlie Johnson Schetrompf
Is Collision With Wire Proves Fatal To Arlie Schetrompf Knocked from a farm wagon by a low-hanging wire, Arlie Johnson Schetrompf, 45, near Hancock, suffered a fractured skull and died Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, just across the Pennsylvania line near Warfordsburg. . 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 the barn, Schetrompf was missing, and an investigation disclosed that he had collided with the wire. A Pennsylvania coroner said that the fractured skull was tW cause of death. Schetrompf, ihe father of six children, was a resident of Hancock, s Route 2. who was working temporarily on the Pennsylvania farm. • Surviving are: wife, Hazel; daughters, Mary, Norma at home; 5 sons, Koneth, Linn, Arlie, Jr., at home, Homer, Hancock; sisters, I Mrs. Elsie Schercliff, Cumberland, Irs. Mary Cole, Williamsport, Mrs. azel Mellott, Knobsville. Pa., Berm Schetrompf, Illinois; brothers, uy, Hancock, John Warfords- urg, Ray, Connelsville, Pa., and <ither, Jacobz C. Schetrompf, War- ordsburg. Funeral services will be held at p. m. tomorrow from, the Buck's 'alley-Methodist-Ghui-c-hr-the-R&v. Valter Twigg officiating, with in- erment in the adjoining cemetery. The body may be viewed at the Snyder-Rowland funeral home in Hancock until noon tomorrow.