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 - in Ashtabula Cemetery. PHILIP J. GEUS. Funeral...
in Ashtabula Cemetery. PHILIP J. GEUS. Funeral services for Mr. Geus, widely-known .Nicktown .Nicktown hotulm'qn, whose death oc« curred Friday mojning, will be conducted conducted at 9 a. m. Monday in St, Nicholas Catholic Church, Nicktown. Nicktown. The R«v. Father Marinus Ferg, O. S. B., will celebrate the high mass of requiem and interment will be in the church cemetery, Mr. Geus, one of Northern Cambria Cambria County's best-K^own citizens, passed away at 9:3Q a. m. yesterday at his apartment in the St. Nicholas Hotel which he has operated for the past 33 years. He was born in Cambria Cambria County May 27, 1862, the son of Andrew and Walburga (KarU Geus. Philip J. Geus was twice married, his first wife, Mrs, Hannah (Campbell) (Campbell) Geus having died in 1911. Surviving Surviving are his second wife and these children, all born to the first union: Anna, wife of iawrencq Kirsch, Spangler; Andrew Geus; Catherine, wife of Slpnley Phillips, Steubenville, Steubenville, O.; Mary, wife of John Zahringer. Zahringer. Pittsburgh; Raymond Geus, Altoona; Eileen, wife of Bernard Srnlthbower, Pitton, and Leo Qtus, at home,

Clipped from The Indiana Gazette18 Jan 1941, SatPage 2

The Indiana Gazette (Indiana, Pennsylvania)18 Jan 1941, SatPage 2
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