I don’t speak negative things.— Ephesians 4:29

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that contributions be made to the Whitney Kotrla Memorial Scholarship Fund, Columbus State Bank, P.O. Box 249, Columbus, TX 78934

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Mr. Koci was an honest, law-abiding. good citizen, a man who stood high in the estimation of his fellowman, an expert workman in his line, and his death is sincerely deplored.
Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to his bereaved ones.


I am a believer not a doubter.— Mark 5:36 KJV

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Mrs. Mary Koltermann, widow of the late A. Koltermann. died at the residence of her son, F. W. Koltermann, late Friday evening. and the remains were laid to rest in the Saturday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, Rev. J. C. Wilson, local Methodist pastor, officiting[sic] at the funeral obsequies. Despite the inclemency of the weather, rain falling almost continuously throughout the day, a large crowd was present to pay the last sad tribute to the memory of this estimable lady.


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Those from a distance who attended the funeral were: Mr. F. J. Mikulenenk and family of Granger, Mr. W. J. Lichnovsky and family of Weimar, Mr. F. J. Socha and family of El Campo, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kofron of Damon, Mr. Richard Lichnovsky of Austin, Mrs. Annie Barborak of Wharton, and Mr. and Mrs. John Froad of El Campo.

Smith & Son, who were seedand grain merchants, and W.J.

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Mrs. Otis Robbins died october 11 at 1 p.m. at her home nearMainesburg. Had she lived until October 24, Mrs. Robbins would have been81 years old. She is survived by three children, Arch Robbins, ofCorning; Mrs. John W. Pomeroy, of Troy, and Walter, who resides on the homefarm, and two brothers, John A. Ruggles, of Sayre, and Edward Ruggles, ofSullivan. The funeral was held Saturday at 2 p.m., the Rev. S. H. Snyder,of Mainesburg, officiating; interment in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy.(Handwrittendate says Oct. 18, 1933)

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ROUGHT –WINONA M. ‘NONI’ DARROW age 82 of Granville Summit, Pa., diedpeacefully on Tuesday, July 3, 2007 at the Bradford County Manor. Familyand friends are invited to call from 6 to 7 p.m. Friday, July 6, at the GeraldW. Vickery Jr. Funeral Home Inc., 110 W. Main St., Troy, Pa. Funeralservices will be held at the conclusion of calling hours at 7 p.m. with theRev. Francis Montgomery of the West Burlington United Methodist Church officiating. Interment will be in Glenwood Cemetery, Troy. She was born April 26, 1925in Sylvania, Pa., daughter of the late Burton and Thelma Snyder Rought. She was married to the late Leon "Jake" Darrow, who preceded her indeath on Jan. 29, 2007. Noni worked for many years at Eureka as a machineoperator. She was very gifted and crocheted many articles over the yearsand also was a fine-thread embroiderer. Her other hobbies includedtraveling with her late husband. Their travels took them across the United Statesand they especially enjoyed their trip to Nova Scotia. Noni was a memberof the West Burlington United Methodist Church and the West Burlington LadiesAuxiliary Station 2. She also served as the West Burlington buildingpermit clerk. Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Pat andCharles Hall of Granville Summit; sons and daughter-in-law, Jon and TerrieDarrow of Columbia Cross Roads, Pa., and James Darrow of Mansfield, Ohio; sixgrandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Her parents; husband; son Gerald Monroe; brother, Louis Rought; and sisters,Marchita Krise and Lorraine Jenkins, predeceased her. Memorials aredirected to the American Kidney Foundation PDK or to the West Burlington UnitedMethodist Church. Envelopes will be provided at the funeral home. –Towanda Daily Review 7/4/2007

I lay hands on the sick, and they recover.— Mark 16:18

Mr. Kofron was born in Vusi, Czecho-Slovakia, April 2, 1855. Jan. 5, 1879, was united in marriage to Miss Annie Kahna. To this union were born twelve children--five boys and seven girls, seven of whom preceded him in death. Those living are: Mary, married to A. J. Lichnovsky of Nada; Annie, married to Frank Socha of El Campo; Frances, married to F. J. Miculencak of Granger; Antonie, married to W. J. Lichnovsky of Weimar; Charles Kofron of Taiton. Also surviving are his beloved wife, Mrs. Annie Kofron, the five children above mentioned, seventeen grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. The couple emigrated from Europe to America in 1890, landing at New York. From there they came by rail to Eagle Lake; made their home for one year near Vox Populi; then purchased a farm at Nada and lived there up to the time of his death. At time of death Mr. Kofron was 71 years, 9 months and 16 days, in age. He had been a faithful member of the Roman Catholic Church and was laid to rest in the at Nada, Rev. B. Held officiating. The pall bearers were members of the K. J. T. lodge, a Catholic order of which he had been a member since its organization.