Andrew Jackson Spore, known to many as "Uncle Jack" quietly passed on from this life at his home in Owensvillle, Ind. Sunday, Sept. 25, 1934, having attained the age of 80 years.  He was a faithful and loving member of the Owensville Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

  He is survived by his wife, Alice, who was his companion for over fifty-seven years, and four daughters and two sons, who are:  Mrs. John Moser, Mrs. John Bingham of Princeton, Ind.; Mrs. Lemuel Armstrong of Owensville Ind.; Mrs. G. C. Woods of Eldorado Ill, Mr. Millard Spore and Mr. Horace Spore, both of Owensville Ind.

  In addition to these, three grandchildren and host of friends and other relatives mourn his passing.

  The writer conducted the services at the home, using a very appropriate text as a basis for the sermon, "Let me die the death of the righteous and let my last end be like his", as Brother Spore was certainly another saint of God, who has been called to the reward awaiting all such faithfuls.--Charles E. Zapp