Alice Mathews Keeler obituary
GERTRUDE MAT- KEELER, 65. Shelocta R. to- o. ^ dj Tuesday. February 2S. Hankey Memor- at 7:30 a. m. at attack. ^ fe n J u n e , 3 [m j n e n v C o u n ( wa? R Eldei1on Methodisl . , ' 1 U 1 C 1 - n t e r m e n t will be i n g Surviving are: her husband, and 10 ' Â· Ke elei " seven children: Raymond, Shelocta, R. D. 1; Florence B. Crownover, Spring Church. R. Alice Mae Downey. Creekside, R. D.: Virginia Melvina Barks, was a t r a i n m a n trsckside and suf- Kee ! ei \ S ^ elocnla ' Ch ,^ les R D : Ldna t r a i n . -'^arl Niehenke. children preceeded their mother and in death. the for- One brother, Harry and three chil- Stat ' on . a n d fom " sisters alsn wife of Robert ^vive: zie Straitiff, Cadogan: Frank Rayburn: J u n e Center: James N. Crownover, Grccnsburq: f i v e grand- M'"ron. Belsano: also rhrep E d w a r d Ford Tree, and Bernice Frost; Laura Parks, r m s p o r t . ; 1G Grandchildren and One great 3r?.ndchild is deceased. and Friends will be received at there Clark Funeral Home, Elderton. 1:30 p.m. ter 7 p. m. Wednesday the v"-.cs will be conducted there i l l officiate day, March 2, at in Cherry Rev. Carl Yoder, of the Brethren, will offi- ciate. Bvireal will be in Elderton l home. t'emeterv.