Nan Eicholtz Dellinger obit-Aug 1943

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Nan Eicholtz Dellinger obit-Aug 1943 - to petition Tyrone in his has Littlestown....
to petition Tyrone in his has Littlestown. court was for his of parole Mrs. Nan (Eicholtz) Delling-cr Mrs. Nan Eicholtz Dellinger, wife of Monroe J. Dellinger, died at o'clock Sunday evening at her in Gettysburg:, after an illness of two weeks from a complication diseases. Her condition became serious last Thursday. Mrs. Del-linger Del-linger was a native of Gettysburg and a daughter of the late John and Margaret S. (Trostle) Eicholtz. She was a life-long and active member of St. James Lutheran church, Gettysburg. She was active in Cross work and for the past year had served as chairman of the service kit committee that supervised the making, filling, packing and shipping of more than 600 service kits to soldiers about to embark overseas. Mrs. Dellinger personally supervised the raising of $561 to finance the filing of the kits and enlisted the services of scores of individuals and organizations throughout ihe county in the Red Cross Mrs. Dellinger was the organizer and only president of the Auxiliary of the Adams county Fish and association. For a number of years she conducted conducted a music store in Gettysburg, where she had formerly been employed. employed. Later she worked for 10 years as bookkeeper at the former Strausbaugh planing mill. She and Vtr. Dellinger were married October 26,1939. In addition to her husband, she is survived by three sisters, Vinnie Eicholtz and Miss Edna Eicholtz, deputy prothonotary of Adams county, both at home, and Mrs. Lester Craley, Red Lion. Funeral Funeral services from the Bender funeral funeral home Wednesday afternoon with the Rev. Ralph R. Gresh, of the deceased, officiating. Interment Interment in Evergreen cemetery.

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  2. 05 Aug 1943, Thu,
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