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MRS. SARAH K. SOIAF.K Mrs. Sarah E. Solnek, 73. mother of the Clendora postmistress, postmistress, died Monday in her home, 237 Black I lorse pk., Glendora. Brn in Bellmawr, she lived in the Bellmawr-filendora Bellmawr-filendora Bellmawr-filendora area all her life and was a member of the Altar and Rosary Society of St. Teresa's Church, Runnemede, and Glendora Fire Company Au;.llia ry. Surviving are her husband, Ef-ford Ef-ford Ef-ford A.; a daughter, Mrs. Han- Han- nali Rolierts, of Glendora: a son, Harry, of Pennsauken Town- Town- in-i'P; tvyo hrolhm, Charte and "" iianeny. or nenmawr; 'vrn " anu K""1 H' iiiiiuiti. .,.. , ,.. ..... . I 1 ' " " 11 """ iimnvm win inn-i inn-i inn-i ; "V Thuwdny in the Kd ward C. Gardner Funeral Home, Black Horse pk. and Haverford rd., Runnemede, where friends may call Wednesday after 7 p. m, Requiem high Mass will be celebrated at 10 a. m. in St. Teresa's Church. Burial will Art-in New St. Mary's Cemetery.