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l i n , of summer. T3dith Mrs. Amanda Camahan Funeral services will be conducted this afternoon in the Mt. Tabor church in West Wheatfield townsh'ip, followed by interment in the church cemetery, for Mrs. Amanda Carna- lan, aged 80, a life-long resident of West Wheatfleld township, who died on Sunday at her home. A daughter of George W. and Sarah ( A l c o r n ) Hice, she was to A. Luther Carnahan, who passed iway several years ago. Surviving are these children: Mrs. Sloan Weir, of Homer City; Mrs. Charles Harnett and J. L. Carnahan, of Heshbon; Mrs. T. J. Murdock, of Tarr Station, and Mrs. T. A. Billenstein, of Cleveand, O.