PENROD FUNERAL HELD.
Funeral service* were held In the
city cemetery Thursday aftempon
for LeMar Stubbs Pen rod. soft of
Mr. and Mr*. William A. Penrod of
Pleasant View, who died Monday
of peritonitis. ,
The opening; prayer ww offered
by Clarence BrerMon and the bene-
diction was pronounced by Coun-
Ward choir members, assisted by
Clarence Brereton, furnished the
James Gllllapie and W. S. Fan*
sett gave short talks. The dedi-
catory prayer was offered by Coun-
selor 01 sen.
The well-attended tenrlces. to-
gether, "with the many beautiful
floral offerings, bespoke the love
and sympathy of many friends.
ZOBELL FUNERAL SATURDAY
Funeral services will be held
* Saturday at 1 o'clock In the Third
ward chapel for Aaron P. Zojetl,
• 28 years of age, son of Afa and
Mrs, Peter Zobell of l*kevJeir. Vbo
died Wednesday evening after a
lingering illness. , ! «
; PHends may view the remains at
the Hatch undertaking parlort
1 from 10 until J«:30 o'clock the day
of the funeral.