1925 February 23 Hbg Telegraph

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1925 February 23 Hbg Telegraph - Ruxton, Md., and Harman Brown Bell, Jr., a...
Ruxton, Md., and Harman Brown Bell, Jr., a .student at the Naval Academy at Annapolis.' The body Is to be taken to Philadelphia Philadelphia to - morrow for burial,' MBS. MARY C. MirPRNSTEFX Mra. Mary Catharine HIppenateel, aged 56, who fell over dead upon the atreet In Northumberland last Fri day, will be burled In the Knola Cemetery, with funeral services at the home of 'a daughter. Mra. Virginia Virginia Folk, 956 South Twenty - first atreet. this city, to - morrow, Tuesday,. afternoon, at 3 o clock. Mrs. HIp penateel had been In Northumber land for about three yeara attending her mother, Mrs. Samuel Hacken - burg, who lives there and who has been 111 for some time. Mrs. Hippensteel Is survived by her mother, ttiree daughters, Mrs. Folk, Mrs. Mary Snyder and Mrs. Harry Blackmail, this city; a son, George Hippensteel, alao of Harrlsburg; Harrlsburg; four brothers, Jamfs P. Hack - enburg and Jess A. .Hackenburg, Northumberland; Edward Hacken burg, Sun bury, and Clem Hacken burg, Utlca, N. T. . - MRS. MINNIE E. IHTXKEh Mra. Minnie Kllxabeth Dunkel, aged 57, wife of V R. Punkel, Idled Saturday at the home of her daughter, daughter, Mra. M. 1j. Howry,' In Katherton, after an illness of aeveral years, com - Dlicatlons making her condition seri ous during the last eight weeka. She waa a member of 'the Coxeatown

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 23 Feb 1925, Mon,
  3. Page 7

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