I , ., surviving charter member of the Tyrone Benedicts, a charter mem- H. H. Gardner (Oonttoued from Page One) ber, of the Scootac Hunting elub, a member of the Spruce Creek Rod and Gun club and a charier mem- bcr of the Gardner club. He was! a member of Tyrone Lodge No. 4!)4, Free and Accepted Masons, of the chapter »nd council and commandnry of the .York Rite of Altoona, and of thc Jaffa Shrine, i A few years ago he received 50- year membership recognition in the Tyrone .Masonic lodge. j Gardner was an ardent support-) er of the Boy Scout movement In Tyrone, serving as a member of board of trustees of Camp Antler-j son, a member of lhe Tyrone .Scout council until its merger with the Blair-Bedford Boy Scout C ||, nn( j a registered Scouter in Po rtcr Dislrict of'lhe. Blair-Bed- or ,i Council. In 1911 he outfitted , Tyrone's first Boy Seoul Iroop. i Friends 'will be received after 17 p.m. today and after 3 p.m. day at the Graham and Get/, fun-1 oral home where funeral service will be held Monday at 2:30 p.m. In charge of the Rev. Donald M.! jwhitcsel, rector of the Trinity Kp- iscopal church. Burial will be in, Grandview cemelery, Tyrone.