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of Harrisburg, also participated in the services. Private burial serv ices followed at the Harrisburg Cemetery. 3 MRS. WILLIAM G. SWOPE Mrs. Eleanor K. Swope, wife of William G. Swope, 1209 Vz Mulberry street, died yesterday at a local hospital. An addition to her husband, she is survived by her father, Jacob a Foose; three sisters, Mrs. Helen Otstot, Mrs. Bertha George, both of Harrisburg, Harrisburg, and Miss Catherine Foose, Lancaster, and one brother, Benjamin Benjamin F. Foose, Harrisburg. Funeral services will be held from the funeral parlors of Hawkins, Inc., 1207 North Third street, at 11 o clock Wednesday morning. The Rev. A. K. Weir, pastor of the State Street United Brethren Church, will officiate. Burial will follow in the East Harrisburg Cemetery. The body may be viewed at the funeral parlors Tuesday night from 7 to 9 o'clock. i ' 4 DAVID RADCLIFF David Radcliff, 73, 1421 North Fourth street, died yesterday at the Harrisburg Hospital. A brother James Radcliff, is the only survivor. survivor. Funeral services will be held at the Walter J. Hooper Funeral Chapel, 604 Forster street, Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Lewis Wil loughby, pastor of Beulah Bap tist Church, Steelton, will officiate. Burial will be in Lincoln Cemetery. Cemetery. The body may be viewed at the funeral chapel from 2 to 9 o'clock Thursday afternoon and evening. 4 HARTMAN R. HOLLY Hartmar R. Holly, 48, 2010 Bellevue Road, district manager of the Harrisburg territory for the Schulte Cigar Company, died early this morning at his home following a lingering illness. He was a member of Robert Burns Lodge No. 464, F. and A. M.; the Harrisburg Consistory; Zembo Temple of the Shrine; the Tall; Cedars of Lebanon, and Otterbein United Brethren Church. Edna C. Holly; two daughters, Miss Helen K. and Miss Mar - jorie Ann Holly, both at home; his mother, Mrs. John Clemson, Halifax, and one brother, Arreh Holley, Staten Island, N. Y. Funeral services will be held at the home Thursday afternoon at 1.30 o'clock. The Rev. Charles R. Beittle, pastor of Otterbain Church, will officiate. Masonic burial rites will be conducted at the gravesite at Liverpool Cemetery. Cemetery. Friends may call at the home tomorrow night after 7 o'clock. 4 MISS H. ELLA LAING Funeral services for Miss H. Ella Laing, 306 North Second street, who died Sunday at a local local hospital, will be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning at Grace Methodist Church, with further services at 10 o'clock Thursday morning at Curwens - ville, where burial will be made. The body may be viewed at the Charles C. Baker Funeral Home, Third and Maclay streets, after 7 o'clock tonight and from 9 to 10 o'clock tomorrow morning at Grace Church, where, the body will lie in state. ONLY 3 - BLOCK DETOUR FOR DERRY ST. BUSES Progress of repaving on Derry street today reduced the detour for buses to three blocks. Buses now will use Greenwood between Twenty - fifth and Twenty - eighth streets. CLUbIJaS LUNCHEON Explanation of the functions of: the classifications committee in re lation to the club was explained; by W. Stadden Williams, com - jl mitteeman, at a mncneon meet ing of the Rotary Club in the i Penn - Harris Hotel. Howard L. Berkley, president, presided. CLUB LEADERS MEET Lieutenant governors of the Pennsylvania Kiwanis District 1 met here yesterday for their one - : day annual' training school, dis cussing such matters as vocational , guidance, work among children I Surviving are his widow, Mrs. and support of churches.