Clipped From Cumberland Evening Times
who that and for Mrs. of E. St. Raymond Owen Irene Robert Parsons, W. Va. Parsons, W. Va.i April 27,Rer. Charles J. Strahin Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow, morning 'at -0:30 at the for Rev. Charles J. Strahin, 49, of Hendricks. Mr. Strahin died yesterday morning after being ill for several years. He has been a minister of the Hendricks Christian church for seven years. He was born In Preston county, a son of Charles M. and Eva (Grimm) Strahin. His widow who was Ottie Stevens, and three children, David Frederick. Kenneth Lee and Maynard survive. Bey. Strahin preached for a Jears of The fellowing brothers and sisters survive: Mrs. Annie Young, Thomas; Mrs. Maud 'Sinkler, Morgantown; Mrs. Molly Russell, Benton, 111., Mrs. Laura Tracey, Kingmont, W. Va.; Arthur and Ray, Vindex, Md.; Elmer, Benjamin and Fred, at Kingwood. Funeral services will be in charge of Rev. Stark Fansler, Methodist pastor at Hendricks. Interment -will be made in the Fansler cemetery, a short distance from the residence.