1925 November 9 Hbg Telegraph
Rev. D. L. of the resides So. 158, Order, confer the of candidates in the Fellows , is to follow local a Halloween of the Class' Friday. building. ' Peggy" November 1 ",. at 7.45 o'clock in the Boiling Springs Grange Hall. " - FUNERAL TOMORROW FOR WILLIAM JACKSON Carlisle, Nov. 9, Funeral services services will be held to - morrow at Bethel Church for William H. Jackson, Jackson, 82, one of the oldest colored residents of Carlisle, who died Friday Friday afternoon at his home, 169 East South street ' . Mr. Jackson was born a slave in London county, Va., in 1S43. During During the Civil War he left Virginia at the home of General Bank's retreat, retreat, going to Chambersburg. where he remained until the Battle of Gettysburg. He en.lised in the Eighth Regiment,; Company " C, serving two years and two months. rle was active in religious work at Bethel A. M. E. Church and was a member of the local post of the G. A. R. - : . - '. .'.'. - - - " Surviving are his widow: - four sons, Charles. Jackson.' of Los Angeles. Angeles. CaL, William - Jackson, Seattle, Wash.: James L - Jackson, of Hampton, Va.t Samuel Jackspn, of Carlisle; one daughter, Mrs. Eugene Eugene Gatewood, Carlisle, fourteen grandchildren and ' three ' great - grandchlldren. '"' ' Burial will be in the Union Ceme - tery - : V - j " APPOINTED CURGESS R.. 8,447. - Killian, IV 8.048; El liott, S., 276; Day, 1. 1,834. Issae Letters Carlisle, Nov. - 9. - Letters testa - Inentary in the estate " of David - "Starry have been issued by Charles Grove, register of wills, to Wnltor A Stnrrv . T.Attcira tpara - mentary have been issued in the i estate of Ella - May Goodhart to Martin A. Goodhart. - In the estate estate of George W."Williams, letters of administration have been issued to Elizabeth. - - Letters , testamentary testamentary in the estate of W.' S. Strohm have been granted to Mary E. Strohm. In the estate of Levi Hempt letters testamentary have been granted to Amanda Hempt. HOME SWEET HO EITHER . JOSEPHiNE - " BUNGLE " PUT TOO HIGH AN estimate on .mr. mallard's po.ver AS AN - ENCHANTRESS, I OR THE , COLONEL - HAS A iwrrrrajuy BAD MEMORY, FOR TOfW HE PASSED THE LADY r WHOM HE "NO, NO , CONCERNS. LOOK MY 1 RAN MAii iki rn NO WONDER I ITT; jured cut Maywort, broken. hospital The known ers when away and, returned The Lancaster, home morning for of ME APOLOGIZE; I LEAST OFFENDED. IT IS WITH SO PREOCCUPIED USUAL DOWN Tue,r at RECOGNIZE.