Alfred Burton Commings Obit
Alfred' burton commings Funeral services for - Alfred Burton Burton Commings, of Reading, formerly formerly of Harrisburg, were held at the former place and conducted by the Rev. Herman F. Miller, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church. There was a large attendance of relatives and friends and among the floral tributes was a mammoth "Horseshoe" "Horseshoe" from the horsemen - of Reading, Reading, who were: Ed. McGrath, Jack McGrath, Harry Goodhart, Harry Flat, Ed. Klees, Al. Kline, Ed. Brancher. Other tributes came from W. B. Eckert, Harry Menges, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hoover, Mr. Bal - thoser, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Fry, Mrs. Amelia H. Commings, Mrs. Jennie Commings, Thomas Henry Hardcastle, Aunt and Sue, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Commings, Bessie and Laura, all of Reading; Mrs. Frank E. Commings and sons, A. B. Commings, Commings, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Bradley, sister Ella and Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Wilson, all of Harrisburg; Harrisburg; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Elliott, of Mansfield; Mrs. Narrie Claus and family, of Hornell, N. Y. The pallbearers pallbearers at the burial which took place at Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Mechanlcsburg, were: Burton E. Commings, George C. Commings, Francis M. Wilson, Alfred B. Commings, Commings, Joseph F. Bradley and Ross H. Commings. The services at the grave were held by the Rev. Dr. J. C. Fomcrook, pastor of the Church of God. Mr. Commings was a native native of Towanda, Bradford county, and was a son of Harry and Almira (Stedman) Commings.