Funeral, Harry Orr
POLICE ATTEND ORR FUNERAL . Twenty-one Twenty-one Twenty-one members of the -New -New ark police department, a represent ative of the sheriffs office, the Pennsylvania railroad and two offi cers of the Columbus police department department paid their respects to Harry Orr, Jacksontown constable-elect, constable-elect, constable-elect, who met death in an automobile accident accident on National road Sunday. The officers in a body, at the re- re- i quest of the family, attended the funeral funeral in Jacksontown Wednesday. nergeani narry Bragg, DetectiAe Charles Connors, -Policeman -Policeman Eyter Burris, Sergeants A. E. McMaster and Joseph Campbell and Officer Rex Rittenhouse were pallbearers.. Others who attended and acted as escort from the church to the cemetery cemetery were: Chief of Police Curtis I. Berry, Chief of Detectives Clyde Hupp, Detective Earl Hockley, Officers Officers Thomas Wilson, Walter Hin-ger, Hin-ger, Hin-ger, Ralph Kearns, Glen Wright, Paul O'Connor, Forest Ashley, Art Nutter, Ralph Hunter, James Kane, Horace Wheeler, Gail Chrisman, Richard Fernow, Pennsylvania Der tectvie Thomas Hayes, State High7 way Patrol Officers A. H. Lohar and Thomas Thomas and Deputy Sheriff J. A. Plummer. Orr had rendered valuable assistance to the department.