Clipped From The Indiana Gazette
DEATH OF MR. LOWRY GROW JOHNSTOWN, Jan. 28.—Funeral services for the late Lowry Grow, aged 07, former Moxham grocer, whose death occurred Thursday night, 717 Gypr-essi avenue, will bo conducted ;omorrow afternoon at the Grow residence. residence. Services will be in charge of the Rev. C. A. Hartung, pastor of the Grove Avenue Methodist. Episcopal church, with interment in "'Grandview cemetery. Lowry Grow was iborn in Strongstown, Strongstown, Indiana county, in November, 1854, a son of the late James and Mary Graham Grow. He- and Miss Bertha Nipps, who survives him, were married at Belsano, this county, in February, 1879. For many years Mr. Grow was a farmer until com- .ng to Johnstown in 1905 to engage .11 the grocery business in Moxham. He disposed of his store over two years ago. Mrs. Grow survives her husband, with these children: E. 0. Grow, Grant street; Odessa, wife of N. J. Altemus, 169 Jacobs street, and Lillian Lillian M., wife of C. Rodney Learn, 167 Jacobs street. He was a brother of Mrs. <C. A. Orner of Southmont; Mrs. Ellsworth Rowland of Ferndale and Mrs. Samuel Strong and Mrs, Martha J. Cameron of the Twenty- first ward. Albert Shearer of Indiana Indiana county is a half brother of Mr. Grow. For many years, Mr. Grow was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Episcopal church and w^as identified with the Brotherhood Bible class of tho Grove Avenue Sunday school.