Clipped From The Indiana Gazette
coun- CLINE W. KfcfcD - I t i / u n - ~----- -- Â· Â· Â· Home, Pa. RD 1. passed away on following an of three months. all Pierce DeHaven, he spent system his life in Rayne Twp Methodist Indiana, an employee of t-t i (Tnur Q v c a n n of eacN a World Meet serving w i t h the 112th Amb. Co. from September, 1918. to May, 1919. He is survived by his wife, Mildred Galbreath DeHaven: his stepmother, stepmother, Mary C. DeHaven, India India n a . Pa.; four brothers: Milton Lisbon, Ohio; Paul E., Indiana/ Pa. RD 3; Glenn and Clyde both Industry. Pa. Five sisters: Ml .s. Merle ( G r a c e ) McQuiston. j Mrs. John (Blanche) Golden. A T ' ^ v i f V - i c i i l l a * tC i rL-- and F r i e n d s will be received v i n g 7 00 p.m Saturday at Indians, Pa. \\ here be conducted Monat Monat 3:00,ivm. (DSTi. E. Robertson w i l l Interment in Grove Chap,- e d three el Cemetery.