Charlotte Hartman-Fickus Obit
Many atom Mrs. riokva. Throngs of relatives, neighbors and friends were in attendance Sunday at the funeral of Mrs. Charlotte Fickus. of 131 Birch street. Services were con ducted at the house by the Rev. Theo, F. Hahn, pastor of the First German Presbyterian church. The quartet from the church composed of Alfred Gutheinz, John Stoeber, Marie L. Mirth and Mar garet Haag, sang several hymns. The esteem in which fhe deceased was held was attested by the many floral remem brances of various designs that sur mounted the casket. The pall - bearei were: Jacob Hartman, Charles C. Hart - man, Fred Hartman, Fred Fickus, nephew of the deceased, Carl Kiffer and Joseph Becherle. The flower carriers were: Robert Dickers, Fred C. Kiefer, George Beaherle, John Becherle and Arthur Weber. The following were the donors of flowers: Pillow. emDloves of Pennsvl vania Baking company: bouquet of roses and asters. German Sunday school of the First German Presbyterian church: basket of roses, English Sunday school; basket of flowers, Anna and Catherine Fickus, Mr. and Mrs. John Gunter and Fred P"lckus; wreath, husband: basket of flowers, children; casket . bouquets, Delaware and Hudson employes. Room 25. Henrietta Bonn, Elmer R. Jones, Mrs Jacob Hartman and family, Hartman Bros, employes. Mrs. Charles Lengler, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gunter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Wefrich. Newark, J.; Gertrude Gertrude Huber; Lillian Vockroth, Florence Bahls, Jeanette Haas, Edna Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Miller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ricahdr Bockelkamp, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schaeffer, Mr. and Mrs. William William Koch.