Simplicity Mark Of Services For James K Cullen
i H o n , to New r u n k - car t j u m p e d He lo they 10, Simplicity Mark Of Services For James K. Cullen swimming n k and I n the quiet of the hume he and where he found his greatest f u n e r a l services were held a f t e r n o o n at 2:30 for Cullen, president of Ihe Nilcs Tool Works company. Simplicity, in keeping with the life and wishes Mr. Cullen marked these services. They were conducted by Dr. Hugh Evans, pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian church of. JJayton who two years ago eonducled the services services for Mrs. Cullen. Tho C u l l e n home had been transformed i n t o a garden of roses other flowers, cacb a t r i b u l a f f e c t i o n and esteem from i n a t i o n i Cullcii had been, associated not only in H a m i l t o n , far distant cities, where Mr. Cullen had business connections and had developed friendships which had proved exceptionally delightful. Added lo these tributes, there conic to the Cullen home many messages of h e l p f u l sympathy friends--friends with whom Mr. ap- maoe oH bill his on a his by an o u t h on the L. A. the more l h a n a half cenlury active business life. These messages were tributes lo the man, the expression for s y m p a t h y for have lost a father, a companion 11 k i n d l y , h e l p f u l , Shops Close As a t r i b u t e lo Mr. Cullen, shops of Ihe Nilcs Tool Works company and the Hooven, Owens and Kenlschlcr company were closed today today from noon u n t i l b' o'clock the hundreds of employes of these plants wilh whom Mr. Cullen had been so intimately connected attended the services in a body--a lo Ibo high esteem in which he Jieen held by those who in any were associated with him or had come under the i n f l u e n c e inspiring life. The active bearers of lhc ( pall were 0. F. Acklcy, Waller H. ing, Louis Baden, Thomas E. Hughes, Sr., J o h n M. Bccler and S. Beeson. The honorary bearers the pall were: 10. G. Under, C. Sevmour, Pelcr E. Ucnlschler, Nelson Nelson Williams, \V. C. Shepherd, Dr. C. K. O'Xeili of New York, Hen-, ry A. Kentschler, W. W. S u n and Peter Bcnningbofen. The i n t e r m e n t look Cullen lot in Greenwood cemetery.