1935 July 10 Hbg Telegraph

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1935 July 10 Hbg Telegraph - Instructor of National Guard Is Stricken...
Instructor of National Guard Is Stricken Suddenly Suddenly at Home Funeral services for Lieutenant Colonel Elmer F. Rice, 53, Infantry instructor of the Pennsylvania National National Gu.rd, who died yesterday at his home in the Riverview Manor Apartments, North Front street, will be conducted tomorrow afternoon afternoon at 2.30 o'clock at West Point, N. Y. He was stricken with a heart attack. Colonel Rice came to this city in September, 1934, from Fort Ben - nings,.. Georgia, as assistant regular regular army instructor , In charge of infantry training. He was attached to the office of the adjutant general, general, State Department of Military Affairs. Born in North Dakota, December 1, 1882, he attended schools in that state and was appointed from North Dakota to the United States Mili tary Academy at West Point on June 15, 1903. He graduated and was commissioned a second lieu tenant of infantry Time 14, 1907. He was promoted to first lieu tenant of infantry on March 30, 1912, then to the rank of captain on September 8, 1916, and made major of infantry on January 9, 1918. - He was commissioned lieu tenant - colonel January 1, 193. Services at the cemetery were in charge of the William H. Nauss Post, No. 143, New Cumberland American Legion. 3 HAZEL A. LEHMAN Hazel A. Lehman, 11 - month - old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Lehman, Dickinson township, died yesterday at her home. Funeral tomorrow, tomorrow, 10 o'clock, homi. Survivors, parents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lehman and Mr. and Mrs. John F. Sowers, all of Dickinson township, and her great - grandmother, grandmother, grandmother, Mrs. F. C. Smith, Lebanon. LESTER MARTIN GOODHART Lester Martin Goodhart, 42, died Monday at his home at CenterviUe. Funeral tomorrow, 2 o'clock, home. Burial in CenterviUe Cemetery, the Rev. J. J. Glenn, Dickinson Presby. terian Church, officiating. Survivors, Survivors, two sons and a daughter, Clarence, Merle and Romaine, all at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scouller Goodhart, CenterviUe, and a brother, Hugh Goodhart, CenterviUe. CenterviUe. GEORGE MERSING George Mersing, 71, died in St. Vincent's Hospital, Toledo, Ohio, following an operation. Word was received yesterday by his brother, J. R. Mersing, 204 North Thirty - second street, Camp HiU. Funeral services wiU be on Friday at 10 o'clock, with burial in Toledo. Surviving: Surviving: widow, brother, two daughters, daughters, one son. -

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 10 Jul 1935, Wed,
  3. Page 9

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