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MRS. MARGARET COLLINS STONE HARBOR - Mrs. Mar garet Collins, 85, of 201 100th ave., died at home yesterday. Born in Philadelphia, Mrs. Collins was a 30-year resident of Oaklyn where she was a member of Chapter 253, Order of Eastern Star and St. Mark's Lutheran Church. She had lived here two years. Mrs. Collins is survived by a son, Harry ot Mone Harbor; a brother, Joseph Young of Essing-ton, Pa., and a sister, Mrs. Isa bel! White, Philadelphia; two grandchildren and six great-grand children. Services will be Monday at 10 a.m. in St. Mark s Church. Friend may call Sunday night at the Cre- , Horse pk., Oaklyn. Burial will be I in Mount Moriah Cemetery, Phil-! adelphia.