Raymond Malcolm Moul memorial service
Pay Tribute To Young Soldier , , Relatives and friends of Pvt. mond Malcolm Moul, 21-year-old ton 01 Mr. and Mrs. Oscar E. neÂ»r Blooming Grove, Hanover R. and brother of George W. Moul, East Berlin, filled the auditorium of St. Paul's Lutheran church, Hanover, on Sunday, to pay tribute the memory of the young soldier Â· memorial service conducted by pastor, the Rev. Paul Levl Foulk. , Pvt. Moul, who had been stationed ' With the Army Engineers at , Gruber, Okla., has been missing ' since May 11, and Is presumed drowned. The youth was an occu- 'pant of a boat which overturned in the swollen waters of the Arkansas river, while he and other teer soldiers were assisting in evacuating residents of Salisaw, Okla., engulfed by the rising waters. His \ body was never recovered. The memorial service was divided Into two parts. The Rev. Mr. pastor of the youth, was assisted the service by the Rev. J. Harold . Little, an uncle of the soldier, read the Scripture lesson and of' of' fered prayer. Miss Kathryn Winand, Winand, New Oxford, sang a solo, "Beyond the Dawn," by Sanderson, I the church choir sang the anthem, I "And God Shall Wipe Away All Te--t." by Coombs. AMarge picture of the young die.'' was placed in the chancel which was banked with flowers, placed by the family and friends loving memory of the youth. Included Included among these was a large \floral emblem sent by the officers and men of the 508th Engineers, Â· Co. L. Pon., Camp Gruber, Â·vith a telegram to the Rev. ?oulk, paying glowing tribute to heir departed comrade. Employes )f the Lonce dairy, where Pvt. had been employed before entering the service of his country, attended the service in a body and occupied front pews.