Clipped From The Marion Star
RICHARD A. PERRY Ashley Lodge Assists in Burial of Well-Known Well-Known Well-Known Delaware County Farmer Ashley, Feb. IS Funeral sen ires for Richtird A. Perry were held a' bis Ists residence, 'n Elm Valley ro.id, smith of A-hley, A-hley, A-hley, Friday afternoon, at 1 M o'clock conducted by Iter. I E. Push pnr of Grace M. E. Church. 1'ilawarc. The riiusl service of the Odd Fellow IckIf- IckIf- No. 42 at Ashley, of which the deceased was a member, was used. The pallbearers wer? memlwrs of the lodge. Interment was made in Kilhourne ceinter. Mr. Perry was born in Iielaware July 2, ISM, and as a farmer he had lived at bis late home, in Elm Valid road, the pnt 51 y a rt. His d"th occurred occurred Wednesday morning about 10 o'clock at the home. firTlving are two brothers. Mil" V. Perry at home, and C. E. Perry of Toledo, 111,; two n-'phews n-'phews n-'phews Early Perry of l-eonnnl.-lnirt l-eonnnl.-lnirt l-eonnnl.-lnirt l-eonnnl.-lnirt l-eonnnl.-lnirt ; I Perry, of Columbus Columbus ; ihree piees, Mrs. Jessie Van Sickle, of Berkshire, Mrs. Wilda Perry Evans, of Columbtts. and Mrs, Geral dine Perry Scott, of Cleveland.