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 - Funeral Services Arranged for Harding Oliver...
Funeral Services Arranged for Harding Oliver Funeral services for Harding g Oliver, Sr., H. hu.i.nd o'f am' (ram 1™~| S * X, b ™ H,rve„ r. Koenixville will officiit# ’ Fnoenixvilie, win wficiate^ . Interment'will be in 5-.,.nd Douglas»- Baptist Cemetery. '''^viewin, will be 7 to » p m. «ednesday at the church. Mr OUver »as dead on arrival Siuiday afternoon at Center North. He suffered a heart attack >1 home and was talien to the center in Good Will ambulance. Born in Petersburg. V*.. he was a son of the late Cal and Mammle Oliver. He lived in Pottstown the past' 47 years and «as emDloved « a moulder by Stanley G. Flagg & Co. until his retirement last year. Surviving with his widow are ---------------------------------four sons. Robert H., 37 W Vine Left'ih"r"v?itank.o“n; Calif'.: * four daughters, Ella : wife of Joseph Miller, 439 Chestnut St; Dorothy, wife ofj Willie Malloy, 1094 N. Warren! St. Also Juanjta widow of Leon Sullen, Wilmmgton, Del.; rc Stowe; four stepdaughters. Rene Oliver, at home; Vanessa. _______ wife of Stanley Beasley. many: Rhonda Wilkes, at .And, Norma Jean Wilkes, at home: two brothers, Elbert and Vincent, both of 340 Walnut St., and 22 grandchildren. Warker Funeral Home. High St„ is in charge arrangements. 726 of

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  1. The Mercury,
  2. 19 Sep 1972, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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