6> John W. Darling
\ Services Tuesday
Funeral services were held Mon- I day afternoon at the residence on Toledo St., for_John W. Darling, 67, wtho died in (his sleep Friday morning". The Rev. D. M. Limbert, Trinity Methodist Church, officiat¬ ed and interment was in Union cemetery. Sabrosne - Myers mor¬ tuary was in charge.^ ;
Mr. Darnng was a member of the local Masonic lodge many •years, a past master and a 32nd degree Mason. Lodge services were held in the home Sunday afternoon. A native of Elmore> \ Mr. Darling was a lifelong resi¬ dent of the community.- He serv¬ ed as postmaster two terms and j was employed in the county oiffice of the old age (pension until a month ago when he hecame ill.
Surviving are two sons, James of Elmore, and Jack of Sandusky, and two grandchildren. His wife preceded him in death two years ago.
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