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 - James W. Nedley Of Juniata Dies Following...
James W. Nedley Of Juniata Dies Following Stroke A stroke suffered at aeon Monday morning proved fatal to James "William "William Nedley, 65, of Juniata^for many years a fire boas for the H. C. Frick Coke Company. Death occurred at 5:55 o'clock. Mi'. Nedley had been in good health and the stroke and subsequent death were sudden. He had not been actively actively employed for the past four or five months. He had been a resident of Juniata for 24 years. la-addition to his wido^-, Mrs. Emma Emma Harehman N'edley, be is survived by the following children: Ray at home, Mrs. Loretta, Papke of Con- nelteville, Mr*. Mazie Alexander of Connellsviile, R. D. fo. 2, Harry of Junfata, Charles of Xur.iata, Mrs, Virginia Virginia Austin of Washington, Pa., and Mrs. Lillian Danneckey of Waltersburg. Waltersburg. Twenty-five grandchild! en, one brother, Charles Nedley of Jeannette, Jeannette, one sister, Mrs. MoIIie Layman of FennsvlIIe, four half-sisters and one hair-hrother also survive. The funeral service -will be held Thursday afternoon, with a prayer at the home at 1:30 o'clock, followed by a service at 2:30 o'clock at Laurel Hill Presbyterian Churcb, -with Rev. "W. S. Hamilton, pastor of the Methodist Methodist Protestant Church of Dunbar, officiating. Interment will be In the church cemetery. G. Both NO By lican killed Ways The on Sowers. on James three appeared budget sharply as a relief And deadline abortive June the declared

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  1. The Daily Courier,
  2. 09 Apr 1935, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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