1907 March 19 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1907 March 19 Harrisburg Telegraph - WEST FAIRVIEW West Fairview, March 19. Funeral...
WEST FAIRVIEW West Fairview, March 19. Funeral services over the remains of Mrs. Mary Fuhrman, aged 60, widow of Davia Fuhrman, who resided on Twenty - first street, Harrisburg - . were held yesterday' afternoon, at 2 o'clock. In Grace United Brethren Church. Rev. L. C. Smiley, pastor of the church, officiated. Interment Interment was made in Zion Lutheran cemetery,. cemetery,. Enola. Mrs. Fuhrman - was a sister sister of Benjamin Hoon, of this place. The pall - bearers were: H. M. Glessner, Frank C. Hoke, Frank Sparrow and Lloyd Hatfield, all of this place. Mr. and Mrs. George Kothermal and children children are visiting in Sunbury. Messrs. Roy and Edward Rider and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gelling, all of Mechanics - burg - , spuent Sunady with George Rider and family. Mrs. John L'hrich is confined to the house with an attack of pleurisy. Walter Shellenberger is seriously ill with typhoid fever at the home of Lis grandmother, Mrs. Shellenberger, Shellenberger, on Second street. Th condition of "Jersey" Hippensteel, win. was knocked down by a street car on Market Square, Harrisburg, last Saturday Saturday afternoon, is unimproved. He is still in a serious condition. ings in a but one that than passing comedy drama, which has rare talents and most comedians and will be seen Lyceum for two too well introduction here. the continent popularity starts with a THE The story its title deals with opera cus Orlando luckiest troupe, by Mr. who will be support are Will Jesse Caine, Mitchell, Jane McDonald, famous Peanut melody will Saturday afternoon Lyceum MISS

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 19 Mar 1907, Tue,
  3. Page 7

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