IN GRAND ARMY CIRCLES. Past Commander George F. Hopper of Sumner post No. 24 died recently at Paskack, N.J., and was buried in Greenwood. The funeral was at- tended by the comrades of the deceased, including delegations from the veteran association of his Tenth New York volunteers, the military order, of the Loyal legion of the United States, Exempt firemen's association and Arcturus lodge of masons. Rev. Clark Wright, chaplain of the G. A.R. department of New York, and Rev. E.A. Halloway conducted the funeral services at the Thirty-ninth street Baptist church. The deceased was born in New York in 1824 and enlisted in the Tenth regiment of New York volunteers early in 1861. Colonel Hopper was one of the organ- izers of Sumner post, and he has served with much distinction as department adjutant general and quartermaster general, grand marshal for memorial day and was a member of the council of administration, department of New York, G. A.R.