Gordon S Walters obituary

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Gordon S Walters obituary - POTTSTOWN MERCURY, POTTSTOWN, PA. | Gordon S....
POTTSTOWN MERCURY, POTTSTOWN, PA. | Gordon S. Walters, I ' Former President Of State (Er Dies Complications developing from an attack of infantile paralysis when he was three years of age were attributed attributed as the cause of the death yesterday morning at 7 o’clock of Gordon S. Walters, 42, of 448 Walnut Walnut street. Royersford, churchman and resident of this community most of his life. He passed away in Pottstown Memorial hospital. An active member of Trinity Evangelical C o n g r e g a t ional church, Mr. Walters held state and district offices of the Christian Christian Endeavor society, all of which he had resigned because of his illness. He formerly was superintendent of the Sunday school, president of I the State and district CE and also held other positions and served on various committees. He was a member member of Humane Fire company, * * * MR. WALTERS was employed as a stock clerk at Royersford Needle­ works plant over 20 years, but had not been working since October, when he was admitted to Memorial hospital. He improved after his discharge discharge some weeks ago. but was readmitted readmitted o the institution the past Monday night. He was born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, son of John W. Walters, Pottstown, and the late Eva Yeager Walters. The family moved to Royersford Royersford when he was a boy. The past Summer Mr. Walters motored alone to the place of his birth. Surviving are his father and stepmother. stepmother. He made his home here with Mr. and Mrs, James J. James, a: the Walnut street address. Mr. Walters and Mrs. James were cousins. Funeral services will be con- ducted Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock in Trinity Evangelical Congregational Congregational church, with interment In Fernwood cemetery. The yard originally was based on the distance from the tip of the nose to the ends of fingers on an outstretched arm. FLAK0 PIE CRUST MIX PROVEN FOR 27 YEARS Pie crust mixes come and go; only Flako has stood the test of pleasing housewives for 27 years. The reason is quality—quality no other pie crust mix has been able to equal. Just add water.

Clipped from The Mercury27 Jan 1950, FriPage 12

The Mercury (Pottstown, Pennsylvania)27 Jan 1950, FriPage 12
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