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* L ;. Welzl f • Mortician at feburg, Dies a a MHJESBURG — Malcolm L. Vetzler Sr., 67, Milesburg funer- 1 director, died Monday at 10:20 .m. in the Centre County Hos- ital where he had been a pa- ent for five days. Mr. Wetzler was born In ifilesburg July 31, 1898, a son of Frank L. and Elizabeth Lin- He Wetzler. In 1921 he married ic former Jeanette Miller. Chil- ren are Mrs. Thomas ScWes- nger, Williamsburg, Va. a gradate of Lock Haven State Col- ege, and Malcolm L. Wetzler r. of Bellefonte. He had three grandchildren. Two sisters, Mrs. heldon Rossman, Huntsvilile, Ala., and Mrs. William Bottonf, San Francisco, Calif., survive lim. Mr. Wetzler was a member rf the Miiesburg Baptist Church le served in the Navy as a musician aboard .the U.S.S. Minnesota during World War I. Mr. Wetzler was a charter member and past president o he Bellefonte Rotary Club, a life member and past exaltet ruler of the Beilefonte Elks »dge, and a past commander of the Bellefonte American Legion. He was also a member of he Veterans of Foreign Wars Odd Fellows, Crystal Springs lebekah Lodge, Loyal Order o Moose, and Fraternal Order a lagles, all of Beltefonte. Mr. Wetzler had served as a member of the Centre County iospital Board of Trustees Miiesburg Fire Co., and the Undine Fire Co. of Bellefonte. He was a member of the National Funeral Directors Association, Pennsylvania Funera Directors Association, and conducted a funeral establishmen n Miiesburg that was foundet >y his father, and later, an establishment in Bellefonte.