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employed as an engineer ’with the Prairie Pipe Lin© Company. “After operation of the pumping station at Oil City shut down a few years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Walkerman Walkerman moved to Salisbury where they have since resided. “He was a quiet man of many likeable traits. He had deep convictions convictions but was never unkind nor harsh toward those who differed from him. He was honorable, sincere sincere and trustworthy and knew how to win and hold friends. “Little children knew him and loved him and many loved to call him ‘Uncle Gene’. This community community has lost a vahiable and honorable honorable citizen in his passing. “When but a child, he was confirmed confirmed in the Episcopal church and remained in that faith through life. “Funeral services were held at the Winkelmeyer Ftineral Chapel, Tuesday morning at ten o’clock, i the Rev. R. J. Miller conducting the services, followed by the Mas- ; onic burial services. i “Mrs. Walkerman accompanied the body to Warren, Pa., Tuesday, i where the buriaP services were held Thursday afternoon.” one son, B. L. Baker.Warren; three daughters, Mrs. H. L. Arnold and Mrs. Richard BroW'n, of Warren, and Mrs. William Hopkins, of McConnellsburg; McConnellsburg; four sisters, Mary Johnson and Mrs. Edward Easton, of Warren; Mrs, Frank Johnson, Sugar Grove, and Miss Emma Baiver, Pasadena, Calif.; 13 grandchildren grandchildren and one great grandchild. WILLIAM BAKER Funeral services in memory of ; William H. Baker, who passed away at his home, 111 Wetmore ' street, yesterday morning at nine I o’clock, will be held from the Lutz j Funeral Home, Market street and j Third avenue, Thursday afternoon I at two o’clock. The Rev. Vernon I Serenius, pastor of St. Paul’s Lutheran Lutheran church, will officiate. Interment Interment will be in Oakland cemetery Friends may call at the Lutz Funeral' Funeral' Home at any time. Mr. Baker was bom in New York City, and was 79 years old at the time of his death. He 1« survived by his wife, CTiristina; MRS. MICHAEL El STICE Mary V. Eustice, wife of Michael Bustice, Tiona, died this morning at T:10 o’clock, following a long illness. illness. Mrs. Eustice was bora in Corry, July 30, 1869, the daughter of ikir. and Mrs. Patrick Griffin, and has made her home in Tiona for the lar-t 45 years. She was a member of St. Clara’s church in Clarendon and of the Lady Macca bees. Besides her husband, she leaves five sons, James and William, Tulsa, Tulsa, Okla., Ronald and Merle, at home, and Floyd. Pittsburgh; ten grandchildren; two brothers, Daniel Daniel Griffin, Ripley, N. Y., and Thomas Griffin, Billings, Mont. Funeral announcement will be made later. (Corry and Erie Papers Please Copy) INFANT BRK E The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Bruce, of Clarendon passed away this morning at ten fifty-five o’clock after a short illness of pneumonia, at the age of two months. He is survived by his parents and grandparents, Mrs. A.Pusiterl, of Clarendon, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Cleveland. Fimera] arrangements will be announced later. ; i ! ! ■ keep; fraud' SHOPPERS THESE days read all the advertisements and profit thereby.