POND 01 sign his nearly e l MANY ATTEND FUNERAL FOU JOHN H. C. KEYTESVILLE, Aug. 11,--A large number of out-of-town persons attended the funeral of H. C. Glenn at the Methodist Church Wednesday atternoon. They were: Mrs. Sue Courtney, Mrs. Courtney, Mrs. Francis Courtney and son, Bobby, Mrs. Herbert Courtney, Mr. and Mrs. John Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mrs. Nolan Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. Will Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. i j . Evans, Mrs. Lela Hotstetter, Lou "Hershey, Mr. and Mrs. Mauzey and daughter Elizabeth and Mrs. Clarence Glenn of Kansas City, Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kenaell, Mrs. Walter Calvert and Mr. Mrs. Roy Guffingston and daughter of Kansas City, Kansas; Beulah Alexander and daughter, Fern, Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. G. C. Martin and Mrs. Holden of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Foggin, Pauline Cowan, Mrs. Stella Clemens and Mrs. James Glenn of Brookfield; Misses Ruth, May June Adams of Marceline; Miss Pearl Mauzey, Miss Bonnie Mauzey, Hurley and Orville Mauzey and Mr. and. Mrs. Carl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glenn of Brunswick.