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on page DEATH CLAIMS LOCAL WOMAN Mrs. Lula Harrington Dies in Indianapolis After 4-Year Illness. Mrs. Lula ' Harrington, 63, died late . Sunday evening at the Robert Long hospital in jlndianapolis. She had been in 'ill ! health four years. She had made her home with her daughter, Mrs. William Folger on Route 3. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Hathaway funeral home. Burial will be at Bethel cemetery, near Walesboro. The: casket will be open at the funeraj home after noon Tuesday. Rev. I Harry Mat-tingly, pastor of Bethel Baptist church, will conduct services. Mrs. Harrington was born Sept. 7, 1885, at Salem t0 Morton S. and Evelyn Johnson, j Surviving wfth Mrs. Folger are her daughters, Ms. Antonia Neumayr, Williamsjjort; Mrs. Shorty Saylor; Hamilton, O., Mrs. James Cooksey, Route! 7; her sons, Paul E. Reynolds, jlndianapolis and Nelson M. Reynolds, Lafayette; -16 grandchildren, two greatgrandchildren; her step-children, Howard Harrirrgton, Speeds, Mrs. Ethel Boner, Pennsylvania, and Mrs. Pema Hull, Indianapolis.