1936 September 29 Hbg Telegraph

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. 58'j . 10 4 . 29 . 12 . 53 ' j . 67 .1233i .120 .124's . 15 'i . 3"s . 427, . 13 i . 10 . 20 . 77 .163 .169'; 45 0'2 40 70 49 1414 " Rev. John N. LeVan, pastor of the &alem Reformed Church, officiating. Burial, Prospect Hill Cemetery. Viewing, funeral home, tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock. MRS. ANNA I. HIPPENSTEEL Mrs. Anna I. Hippensteel, 47, of 635 South Front street, Harrisburg. widow of Charles M. Hippensteel, died suddenly yesterday morning at ner nome. surviving, two sons, Charles and Earl Hippensteel; daughter, Mrs. Bessie Hoverter; two grandchildren: two brothers, James, William and John Tharp, and a sister. sister. Mrs. Jesse Maxwell, all of Harrisburg. Requiem Mass. Sacred Heart Catholic Church, the Rev. J. J. Smyth, celebrant, Thursday, 8.30 a. m. Burial Enola Omprprv Viewing, home, tomorrow evening. 3 MRS. ANNIE E. SEACRIST to the fact is one of the Concert halls, theaters that summer once with gayety restaurants poorly patronized somnolent in humming with same as with America. of life as vacations in "As evidence in travele to me point out New York the to sail with a list of over 1500 amazing number year. "One factor increased interest

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 29 Sep 1936, Tue,
  3. Page 15

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