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BECK FUNERAL ON SATURDAY MORNING. Mrs. Mlttes to Be Btrted Satsrday Afternoon Mrs. Brandt's FaneraL Funeral services will be conducted for the late Adam Beck, sr., Saturday morning at 10:30 at the Evangelical church, Rev. J. W. Metzner officiating. Mr. Beck was a charter member, of that church. Interment will be at Mt. Hope. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Beck and Herman Beck arrived Thursday nighty after a quick trip from Ada, Okla." Pall bearers will be John Grossman, I. B. Heaston, George Eberhart, R. A. Berry, Dan Overholt, O. E. Bradley. J. T. Rockefeller and F. S. Plasterer. MRS. MITTEN. Funeral services' for Mrs. Sarah A. Mitten will be held Saturday afternoon at two at the residence, Gull - ford and, Tipton streets. Rev. T. B. Terhuney will officiate and Interment will be at Mt. Hope. Word has been received that the son, Dr. Allen Mitten of Seattle, Wash., is now In a hospital there and could not make the trip east. Another son, James A. Mitten, a contractor in Kansas City, who has been there several years and from whom his mother heard regularly, will attend, as will also John Mitten, who arrived today from Buffalo. There will be no flowers. Mrs. Mitten's maiden name was Sarah A. Price and she was born in Richland county, Ohio, March 14, 1820, and spent her girlhood days on a farm. On March 3, 1839, she became the wife of James Mitten and they came to Huntington county in 1846, settling in the neighborhood of what is now the town of Warren. In 1854 they came to Huntington, where Mrs. Mitten had lived since. Her husband died in this city about thirty years .ago. xFor many years Mrs. Mitten had been a member of the First Baptist church, until her final illness coming upon her, being a regular attendant at, the services in that house of worship. During more recent years she had been unable to get about the city because of her infirmities. Mrs. Mitten came of a prominent family In the eastern states. She was the last surviving heir of Captain David Dorsey of Revolutionary fame. Captain Dorsey won distinction at the battle of Redilom, Va., where he died at the front. Pall bearers Saturday will be W. A. Bucher, James Ewing, E. A. Wlck - enhlser, John Mlnnlch, J. F. Swan and E. E. Allen, all old neighbors ot Mrs. Mitten. i

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  1. The Huntington Herald,
  2. 28 May 1909, Fri,
  3. Page 5

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