William Henry Harshbarger Altoona Tribune 3 Apr 1941 p10
i I WILLIAM HENRY I HARSHBARGER William Henry Harshbarger, a Pop- ward, died at his home. 525 East Grant avenue, at 11:10 o'clock ' : yesterday morning after an ill- ill- j ness of 17 months. j her Born in Shaver's Creek valley, j Ed-.he Ed-.he I les.aea in mis cuy ior a " " ""i"") as 8 carpenter for some time and ; had recently been employed at the Fran-1 Fran-1 A1'on hospital until his illness Mc-' Mc-' . .M"?!ber ?f 'heu fal"''-v fal"''-v fal"''-v includ,e : his wife. Juiia E. Harshbarger and j he chiIdren. William and John ! L. Harshbarger, Mrs. George Rey-GEORGE Rey-GEORGE ' nolds and Mrs j E Goodman, all i of Altoona; nine grandchildren Juni-!and Juni-!and one great grandchild. One ! : i 10. : I , : well known resident of thP Tenth , Huntingdon county, June 10, 1S61. I was the son f William and j -ia -ia uaugrni naisiiuargei. brother, John H. Harshbarger, of Huntingdon, also survives along with a sister, Mrs. Mollie Isenberg of Alexandria, Pa. Mr- Mr- Harshbarger was a member of the Bethany Lutheran church an ,the Mens ibIe cla- cla- a5e belng "Ceived at 'he home after noon todav.