|MANY FRANKLIN WORKMEN AT THE PATTON FUNERAL|
Services Over Remains of Samuel Patton in Charge of the Revs. Diggles and Miller
The funeral of the late Samuel Patton, the veteran millwright at the Franklin Plant of the Cambria Steel Company, took place from the Patton home of Westmont Tuesday afternoon (December 4) and was largely attended, a delegation of workmen from the plant attending in a body. The services were conducted by the Rev. James W. Diggles, Rector of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, and the Rev. J. Lane Miller of the Franklin Street Methodist Episcopal Church. Mrs. Joseph J. Caddy of the Seventeenth Ward sang two hymns, “Rock of Ages” and “Lead, Kindly Light.” The pallbearers were William Bailey, John W. R_______, Thomas McKernan, John Hickey, John J. Anderson, and Alfred Matzer. The following relatives from out of the city attended the services: Mrs. C. S. Grubb of Duluth, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Nixon, of Lorain, O.; Mrs. W. S. Porter, of Pittsburgh; Edward Anderson, of Kittanning, and Mrs. Alfred Griffith, of Altoona.