Carl Ditterner

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Carl Ditterner - greatly increased. Is secretary-treasurer....
greatly increased. Is secretary-treasurer. Valiant Fight for Life Ends, Karl Dittberner Succumbs of After battling desperately for life all during the past weeks, Karl Dittberner, popular young Covinan, way at 12:40 Sunday at the Pomona Valley Community Community hospital from injuries received when, the truck'he work, the which sewage Ing the which work commission Is port of four On finishing school he went tq Funeral services will be chdui from the "chapel at Custer, Christiansen Christiansen and- Moore's mortuary this afternoon at two o'clock with Rev. J. H. . Heisefman, pastor- of the St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church of. Pomona, reading final rites. Mr. E. A. Sprotte.will sing, "Lead, Kindly Kindly Light." The young man, who was at first given up for dead staged a rally that amazed physicians and hospital attendants attendants for three weeks, but the critical nature of. his scores of serious serious injuries finally won out and death came on Sunday. A native son of Covina, Karl L. Dittberner was born at the Irwln- dale ranch residence of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Dittberner on March 11, 1911, and spent his childhood childhood , in that district, graduating from Lark Ellen school, and then attended Covina High School where he was a member of the class of 1929. work, in the; citrus Industry and was employed, at '.various posts harvesting- harvesting- the 'crop of Covina scores of groves. At the time of his death he was returning from Fullerion in a truck after hauling a load of fruit to a packer in that city. In addition to his parents, he is mourned by seven brothers and two sisters, Walter, Arthur, George, Phillip, Elmer, James, Edwin, Elsie, and Catherine Ruth. An aunt, Miss Katherlne Maurer, and a grandmother grandmother also mourn the young man's passing. At a -coroner's Inquest held yesterday yesterday morning, the jury absolved the railroad of blame for the accident when testimony was introduced showing that the warning signal at the crossing was in operation. Deputy Deputy Sheriff D. P. Moulton, radio patrol patrol officer from the San Dimas Sheriff's substation answered te call to the wreck. of nearly due on the Husband, Wife, Old Two Covina Boys Are of which supervision originally while was for this a will progresses,

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  1. Covina Argus,
  2. 09 Feb 1934, Fri,
  3. Page 11

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  • Carl Ditterner

    btdart – 07 Feb 2013

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