Obituary of George Hunt
of home dinner, had John George Hunt George Hunt, who left Bedford county as a youth to live in Ohio, died there Wednesday morning at one o'clock of a heart Mr. Hunt was employed for 25 years by the Goodyear Rubber j ^ U A _ *-,j m^ VJ W VVJ.Y ^OU J . X U U U U retiring a few years ago. After retired he invented a chicken the er which made him nationally j e , r ' known and which is now being slrect used by local people. '. Mr s. Myrtle He is survived by his wife, orn J f orrner May Hill of Akron; four j Tom sons; mother, Mrs. Zella Hunt, a. . _. , Bedford: and these brothers and sisters: Lee, Ben. Mrs. Perec Smith, Bedford; Mrs Rheba Rohman! o f Dov^ Ralph and Earl, Cumberland; Don and Fred of Friends Cove and Tom Johnson, Claysburg Funeral services will be conducted in Akron on Friday.