Rev. R. T. Wolfgang Resigns from Hollidaysburg Church pg. 2
REV. R.T. WOLFGANG (Continued from Page One) son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William William Wolfgang, he is married to the former Frances Guinn, who was a member of the Tyrone High school faculty on which Rev. Wolfgang Wolfgang served for 29 years, from 1918 to 1947. He graduated from Tyrone High school with the class of 1914 and received his bachelor of arts degree degree at Jufiiata college In IMS. He also graduated at the Overbrook Overbrook School for the Blind and took special studies at University of Pennsylvania. Rev. Wolfgang was ordained as deacon in the Episcopal church in the Trinity church of Tyrone in February, 1940, and served for se-' yeral years as vicar of St. Peter's church at Juniata. Rev. Wolfgang became vicar of Trinity Episcopal church of Holli- dayaburg April, 1947, following resignation resignation from the Tyrone High school faculty. He was ordained into into the priesthood, of the Episcopal church May l, 1947, at ceremonies; in the Tyrone church by Rt. Rev! J. Thomas Heistand, I>.D., bishop of the Harrisburg diocese.