Gramp Pallbearer 1918
William' Ij. Powell, of Hillside avenue has moved to Kingston. The funer.-il funer.-il funer.-il of Mrs. Robert Kohwts, was held Monday afternoon from the lioiii" on (larfielil street. The pall bearers were: lewls U. Thomas, Oavid M,hUlleton. William Martin, ICdward Watklns, Kdwaril Smith; the flower carriers were: Mrs. Middleton, Mrs.. Thomas, Mrs. Morgans and Mrs. Martin. Martin. Interment was at Trucksvllle. Thomas Klerle of the 1'. S. S. St. IOuls, Is home on a elx d.-iys" d.-iys" d.-iys" -furlough. -furlough. Funeral of Zigmond Hoffman. . The funeral of Zlgmund Hoffman took place Tuesday from the home, on Cherry street. The pall bearers were .limes Dukas, John Hoffman, Hugfc Jones. M Klerle, William Klerle, Sr. Stanley Kowalewski of Hillside aV9 nun, is very ill of pneumonia. j Influenza Situation. There were thirty-eight thirty-eight thirty-eight new cases ! of influen-'.a influen-'.a influen-'.a Tuesday and ten cases j were discharged. lTp to Tuesday ther$ was a total of 220 cases in J1. Death of Michael Kotzar. .Michael Kotzer, aged 14, son of Mr. j and Mrs. Anthony Kotzer, of Summit, j street, died this week. The funeral I was held yesterday. ! Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs, Peter S. .lones, Is quite 111.