Clipped From Harrisburg Telegraph
a n Deaths and Funerals FUNERAIi SERVICES TOMORROW FOR AVTO ACCIDENT VICTIM Funeral servites for Mrs. Esther Gould, who died yesterday afternoon at the Harrisburg Hospital from injuries sustained in an automobile accident last Saturday evening at Young s Crossing oeiow - jmaaieiown will be held at the home, 2234 N. Sec ond street, to - morrow morning at 10.45 o clocK. Tne itev. nr. j - enaie - ton, acting pastor - of the St. Paul s Episcopal church will officiate. The body will be taken to West Chester in the afternoon where further services will be held in the Holy Trinity Episcopal church with the Rev. Dr. Gilbert officiating. Burial will be made in tht Oakland Cemettry. Mrs. Gould is survived by a six - year - old daughter ter now in the hospital recovering from injuries received in tne same accident, in which her son, Jvennard, hr nuMHann. uarroii c. uouia. were killed. Three sisters and two brothers also survive Mrs. Gould. ( FOR MOTOHMAK '