David Koch's Funeral
young-grandmothers FUNERAL OFJOAVID KOCH. OI!SKCIKS OF A MAN WHO IVlIJi BIO SADLY MISSKI). The funeral or David Koch of Ivisl Texas, whose death shocked and saddened the community, took place from his late home. Burial was made at the Jordan bntheran Church. Rev. If. K. Scmmel ofliciatiug. The remains, which looked very lire-like, lay in state In the parlor. They reposed In a full stpiare oak casket, hand carved, with ornamental corners, oak panel top and square bar handles nnd silver name plate. The casket had n heavy cream color satin lining with pillow to match. The remains were dressed iu a. black shroud with a full quilled satin front. The slumber mlo was trimmed with satin ribbon and two laree bows. He wlioss mortal body was burled was as well known as nny In the community. He was allied to and active in all its material Interests and had close con-net ion with Its progress- In recent years. To say that Mr. Koch will he missed in these relations, as In the homo, is Indeed true, though It may he trite. His death appeals to all and torn h' s many. The pall bearers were Wilson I'anner, BTas Mohr, Win. Kerchmr. Henry Ncwhnrd, Milton Pnioyer and Oeoige tiorr. B. F. Pell, the funeral director of Kast Texas, was very busy last week. He had Ave funerals. Monday Insl he burled James F. Pchmiek of Maple Grove at ths Longswamp Church, Tuesday Mrs. Abraham Tluhf of South Allentown at Western Salisbury Church, Wednesday Michael P. Cressman of Wescosvllle in the cemetery adjoining the Wescosvllle Church, Thursday David Koch of Kast Texas in Jordan Lutheran Cemetery, and on Saturday Margaret, child of Charles Miller of Northampton in Trexlertown Cemetery.