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 - part cautiously. might have arrested but he did...
part cautiously. might have arrested but he did not time, to do anything wanted was real evidence. second meeting he about antiques and had a customer who get some rare Seventeenth works of art, that to pay a big price kind of articles. "Mr. Coates" swallowed line, hook and sinker DURYEA Huddleson Funeral. A large number of friends and relatives attended the funeral of Fred E. Huddleson, Jr., which was held yesterday afternoon from the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Huddleson, Sr., 101 Suth Main street. Servlces were conducted by Rev. B R. Hanton, pastor of the Brick M. E. Church. A quartet composed of Vivian Lugg, John Roberts, Mrs. Frank Davis and Mrs. Reba Chlvers sang several hymns. Pallbearers were: Howard Huddle son, Vernel BlecKler, Henry Savage, Herbert Htntae, John Green and Joseph Joseph Scoda. Interment was in Marcy cemetery. A social gathering was held Sun day evening at the home of Miss Al - was ski. me;; Read

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  1. Pittston Gazette,
  2. 14 Feb 1935, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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