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the on to his no 1, driven to and Earl Colestock Dies Suddenly Tuesday Earl Colestock. 63, Hanover. formerly of New Oxford, shipping: clerk at the R H. Sheppard Company Company plant, died at the Hanover General hospital Tuesday morning morning at 8 o'clock about an hour alter he was admitted. Mr. Cole- slock, who had been in poor health for a y e a i , became ill at work nd was taken to the hospital in the Hanover Fire Company ambulance ambulance According to Coroner Lester Lester J Sell, death was due to a [ ceiebial hemorrhage. Mr. Cole- .stock, a member of St. Paul's (The Finest Lutheran church, near New Chester, was a son of the late George and Saiah Gilbert Cole- .stock He leaves his wile, Mrs. Anna Mae Ridei Colestock, seven children. Mrs .Raymond Croriwr. Hanover; Earl R. Colestock, Frederick. Md.; Mrs. Leonard Laufhman. Spring Grove R. 3; Mrs. John Hufnagle, Hanover; Mrs. Augustus Miller, Hanover; Pvt. Harold Colestock, Korea, and Miss Joyce Colestock, Norfolk, Va.; eight grandchildren and a brother and two sisters, Maurice G. Colestock and Miss Anna Colestock. New Oxford, and Mrs. Harold Kime, Hampton. The Rev. Paul Levi Foulk, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, York street, Hanover, will conduct funeral services Friday at 2 p. m. at the William A. Feiser funeral home. Hanover. Burial will be in Rest Haven cemetery. A daughter wa* born Tuesday at the Warner hopsital to Mr. and Mrs Kermit Sterner. J.