Clipped From The Morning Herald
RECENT DEATHS i Funeral services for Men 1«’ ï.l» w. MERRILL RICHARD FRANKS Funeral services for Merrill Rich- SundVf morn'ini” Vt i:T» VhurTt work In the e.eel mille of the Jone. as k?Iled work in the steel mills and Laughlin company, at Woodlawa,, will be held from the FirBt BrethrsiU church in Union street extension im-] mediately upon arrival of the funeral . .. party here this morning on the 10:14 Baltimore and Ohio railroad. No de- tails of the accident were contained in the telegram. Rev. E. L. Miller, pastor of the church, will officiate Music will be furnished by a quartet! taken from the church choir composed . _ _ . _ • icxikv-u iiuui iuo cuorcn cnoir composed of Mias Ella Solomon, Mrs. Springer White, Gilbert Seese and J. G. Hibbs with Miss Miriam Walters as accom- panisi. The pallbearers will be Springer M. White. Harold und Ar- thur Hibbs. Gilbert^ Seese, William Stacey and Ralph Vance. Interment will be In Oak Grove cemetery. two small children, Richard and Jo- of Woo<ll«wn, and three sisters Misses Hazel, Elizabeth and Father vlved by an aunt. Miss Zoe Hamilton,! wbo “‘akes her home with the Misses Franks ln Morgantown street, and a i grandfather. R. B. Hamilton, of ¡Franklin countv. Ohio \ 1 r Hamilton was her© Waiting a. the tlraeVf the accident.