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 - tremely critical for days and all hopo Tiad...
tremely critical for days and all hopo Tiad been given up for his recovery a week ago. In his death Palmyra loses loses a representative citizen, who was thoroughly honorable In all his dealings dealings both in personal and judicial matters and was ever progressive wdth a view to advancing the beat interests of the town and borough. BORJM NEAR GAMPBEI.i,TOWN. Squire Hugendubler was the oldest eon of the late David and Katie Hug- endii/bler and was born near Campbelltown, Campbelltown, in South Londonderry town- chip, on September 8,. 1870, being forty-four years old, His early edu- i cation was obtained Jn the township ip-ubllc schools and at the age of eleven years he entered the W'hite Hall Soldiers' Soldiers' Orphan's school, where ne completed completed his school work, receiving from the. state a diploma ,5!^excellent merit. He wae a atudettjt fqr four years at Wi'tmer's academy, Palmyra, and later attended the AnnvlHe normal cchool. After teaching In t^ fpviblic schools of North Londondeiry township for several terms he became identified with the Palmyra H^mi<t and later the Palmyra Record, dey<^J,nig in all thirteen thirteen y^ars to Journaltotlc work. ' JUSTICE OP TH 1 !, PWACE. It wa? in February, 1J05, that he wa» elected to the olHce of. justice of (l»e peace, filling the vacancy caused by the ae^th of tli« late Squire John

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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 16 Dec 1914, Wed,
  3. Page 5

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