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Mrs. John S. Heck Mrs. Beatrice Viola Heck, 60, wife of John S. Heck, Mill Hall R.D. 2, died Monday at 4:25 a.m. in the Lock Haven Hospital Hospital where she bad been a patient since July 24. Mrs. fleck had been ill many years, suffering from diabetes. Her condition became critical two months ago when hepatitis developed. She was the former Beatrice Chapman, daughter of toe-tote Foster M. and Clara Summer* son Chapman of Drurys Run. A "• ' -• - • tent, she bad Electric Pro- Inc. at Mill Hall during World War IL She wa» a member member of the Church of Christ at Monument. jnrjpg vtfflj her husband a'-sonTAittur, Lock Haven; -Tfive daughters, Mrsi! Theodore ;>Geyer, Mill Hall R.D. 2; Mrs. Barnes Kennedy and Mrs. Robert Harwell, Lock Haven; Mrs. ;Tbomas Modoskey, Mill Hall; iptrs. Elmer Fravel, Avis;, and •14 grandchildren. '''' Hree sisters and four broth;1 ers are Mrs. Woodrow Lamey |and"Mrs; Oscar Kreamer, Lock jjBayen .,R,p.. 1; Mrs. William CSnyder, Jersey Shore; Junior F/Chaptnan, Flemington; Leroy and Harry, Lock Haven R.D. 1; and Alfred, Lock Haven. ''~"Twff brothers, Allen and Merrill Merrill Chapman, died during service service in World War n.