More on Death of Coolidge's on. EAPoe Pall Bearer.
Oklahoma R. might arrest- with in, Round- 12. Tulsa. Wade, hospital have at fallen in pliclty ruled every detail of the arrangements. A .prayer by Rev. Jason Noble Pierce, pastor oil the Congregational church which the president and Mrs. Coolidge attend here, his reading ol a scripture passage and the singing singing of his favorite hymns by a, quartet quartet was the simple rite for the late afternoo-j services. Tonight the body of the youtli whose death Monday cdst a shadow- over the Whits House and brought the keenest sorrow to those who had k n o w n him as a friend during little time he had been at home, will be taken by the president's family now 'ibroken for the firs$ time, to his 'boyhood home at Northampton, Northampton, Massachusetts. There, amid friends, services will 'be held tomorrow tomorrow at the Edwards Congregational Â·church ef which Calvin was a mem- er. Later in the day It Will be laid 6 res 1 ; beside the jrrave of the resident's mother at Plymouth, ermont. To bear the body to J:B last rest- ng place, six marines assigned to he presidential yacht Mayflower rid six blue jackets from the yacht ho have stood guartl over the bier i the East room of the White louse since yesterday also will pro:ed pro:ed with the party under command : Lieut. Edgar Allan Poe. The resident consented to the military uai"d for his son when it was iosen from amone those aboard \e Mayflower who had become his ast friends durinc the week-end rips of the presidential family on le yacht which were Calvin's hap- iest occasions -in the White House. The president and Mrs. Coolidge re said to have faced the ordeal f the funeral services today with he same fortitude which they have orne their heavy sorrow and John, he elder son. who lost an Inseparable Inseparable companion in Calvin'se- death, also was said to. be showing as rave a front as' a-boy- could.