Princeton, Indiana newspaper Saturday June 21, 1913



Body of Alva Eaton is Laid to Rest in Odd Fellows Cemetery


            The funeral of Alva Eaton, whose death occurred Monday June 16, 1913 in Evansville, was held at noon today, Saturday June 21, 1913, at the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Elias Lambert, in east Spruce street, conducted by Rev. Dr. C. C. Edwards, of the First M. E. Church. The service was to have been held at 10:30, but the train bringing the body from Evansville arrived late. Many friends and former army comrades attended the services, and the pall bearers were members of the Ben Hur lodge and of Co. K, 159th Indiana Regiment, of which the deceased was a lieutenant. The body was laid to rest in Odd Fellows cemetery with the Ben Hur ritualistic service.