George Pountain Dies at Glens Falls After Brief Illness
her PAPER MILL OFFICIAL DIES AT GLENS FALLS AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS George H. Fountain. 67, general superintendent of the Hudson River Mills of the International Paper Co., of Corinth, died yesterday yesterday at Glens Falls Hospital after brief illness. Born in Leicester, England, Mr. Pountain had been a resident o Corinth for the last 14 years n had been an active member of Baptist Church there. . Funeral services will be con- i ducted *rom the Densaiore Funeral 1 Home. Corinth, at 2 p.m. i Burial will take place in Kalama- zoo, Mich. ! Surviving are his wife, Mrs. j rec i O us 'Helena Pountain; ' '0 sons, Clar ience and Frank Pountain, both i Corinth; two daughters, Miss 1 Pountain of Corinth and Mrs. j ir.uth Hall of Kalamazoo, ilich.;|ii ng jsix brothers, Thomas of^ Greenfield. Mass., Ernest of LaForte, Ind.. Arthur of Greenville. Tenn., ~~il- liam of Wayne, Mich., and Law_,..,,, Law_,..,,, -,~* finvjjifj Poutain. both of kalarnazoo, and one sister, Verne Bonfoey of Kalarnazoo.