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MRS. CHARLES K. GAUGLER Pauline (Warmuth), wife of Charles K. Gaugler, aged 64 years, died at her late home in Niantic. She was born in Germany and was a daughter of the late Ferdin- ] a n d Augusts <De-Turck> Warmuth. 3he oame to this country when fcur years old. Surviving are her husband, five children, Clarence, Coplay; Harry, Niantic; Mabel, wife of William Phipps, Phoenixville; Elsie, wife of Luther Hughes. BiuefielcL W. Va., and Lillian, wife of Allen Snyder, Emaus, and two brothers, Frank. Landis Store, and Henry Warmuth, Shamrock. The funeral will be held Saturday at 2 p. m . in the home, with the Rev. W. E. Wenner officiating. Interment will be made in Huff’s Church cemetery. Funeral Director C. H. Moyer, Bechtelsville, has charge.