Samuel P Lint Obit Mansfield Field Journal
Services Set For S. P. Lint MILLERSBURG Services for Samuel P. Lint, 75, who fell dead Friday night as he left a Kil 'buck grocery, will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m., at the Elliott Funeral home here. Rev. J. Hubert Smith of the Killbuck Church of Christ will officiate. Burial will be in the Milleniburg cemetery. The body will be at the Elliott Funeral home in Killbuck until Tuesday noon. Friends may call there. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Walter Chaney of Kil !buck and Mrs. Arthur Deg ler of Millers. burg; four sons, Foster of Glen. mont, Jesse and Lester of Massillon Massillon and Louis of Canton; 23 grandchildren; grandchildren; a brother, William Lint of Loudonville, and a sister, Mrs. Pauline Chaney of Millersburg.