Well Known Milltown Man Passes Away-Other Milltown News.
MILLTOWN, March 20- A. Freeman Ayres, aged 55 years, who for a number of years was a citizen of this place, died at his late residence on Main street, about 4:30 yesterday afternoon. He was a sufferer for a number of months of a complication of diseases. A daughter, Miss Lillie Ayres, survives him, also an aged mother, Mrs. Rachel Ayres, two sisters, Mis. William Crenning and Mrs. John Wines, and four grandchildren. The funeral will take place at his late residence on Main street, Sunday afternoon at 2:30.
The interment will be in Van Liew Cemetery.
OTHER BOROUGH NEWS.
Thomas Lloyd, who was confined to his home with grip, is able to be about again.
Alvin Nevins is suffering with a swollen hand as the result of being bitten. by a dog last week.
Lenten services were held in the German Lutheran Church last evening. The meeting was well attended.
Philip Bourdeau, who occupied the Red Men’s house, on Main street, has vacated it and gone to his former home Newton Falls, Mass.
A social gathering was held at the home of Miss Mary Klein last evening.
Wickatonk Tribe, No. 135, Imp. Order of Red Med, will meet at their rooms on Ford avenue, this evening.
The marble works of ex-Mayor Rappleyea is in a very prosperous condition. He has recently placed a number of headstones in South River.
Mrs. George Detzler and daughter have returned after a very pleasant visit at Camden.