son of Harry Good killed in the war

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son of Harry Good killed in the war - RECEIVE REPORT OF SOLDIER SOU'S PEATHOVERSEAS i...
RECEIVE REPORT OF SOLDIER SOU'S PEATHOVERSEAS i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Good, of Hamburg, Hear Grave Located CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS HAMBURG. March 14. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Good, residing on West Pine street, have received information information from the War Department confirming confirming the death of their soa, Corporal Corporal Charles Good, of Company A, J 08th Machine Gun Battalion, and one of three members of this family who participated in the war.V Th information received by the parent states that the deceased's place o burial has been located, thus, finall; setting: at 'rest the doubts which ex isted in the minds of his family an friends. Corporal Good was a high!;, respected member of the communitj and was employed at the Hamburg Silk Mills. He was a member o: Camp 78, P. O. S. of A. Public memorial services will be conducted in the First Reformed Church tomorrow tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock b: Kev. Charles F! Freeman,. Member? of Camp 78 and employes of the silk mills will attend in a body. The Boy Scouts, with which the decease'.1 was actively identified, all returne. soldier and relatives and friends o" the family are invited to attend. Only 152 members of the Sunday .school were present in the First Re formed Church; last Sunday, owin to the very inclement weather. The Mary B. Ault Missionary So ciety will meet at the home of Mrs Clarence Snell, on Franklin street next Tuesday evening. Dr. Anna Young will teach the lesson and Mrs Samuel Snyder will instruct. The every - member canvass for

Clipped from Reading Times15 Mar 1919, SatPage 9

Reading Times (Reading, Pennsylvania)15 Mar 1919, SatPage 9
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