John son of Alex obit
JOHN .1. M'CRACKEN, 50, a native and lifelong resident of Indiana County, died of a pleural pneumonia yesterday in Indiana Hospital, where he had been a patient three days. A resident of Wilgus, Montgomery township, township, near Gipsy, Mr. McCracken was employed as a miner. He was born on a farm in Montgomery township August 24. 1885, a son of Alex- and Anna McCracken, both deceased. In addition to his widow, he leaves six children: Henry, Everett, Kenneth, Isobel, Earl and Howard McCracken, all at home, and one sten-daughter, Mrs. Geneva Clair of Lewistown. John McCracken was a brother of Thomas and William McCracken and Mrs. Mary Smith, all of Gipsy; Frank of Indiana, Floyd of Starford, Mrs. Anna Wassam fof Grampion, Harry an'd Mrs. Elizabeth States, both of Clymer, and James of Rossiter. Funeral Funeral servic.es will take place at 2 p. m. Saturday in the Wilgus Methodist Methodist Church. The Rev. Hex Brickie, pastor, will be in charge. Burial will be in the Thompson Cemetery near Hillsdale.