Rose Sommerhauser Faherty obit 1970
men order rioting Services Monday for Mrs. Faherfy Mn. HOBÂ« Faherty, 80, Tipton, died Friday afUrnoon a California nurjlnf home where shÂ« had been a patient one week after six weeks of hospitalization in Jefferson City. Mrs. Faherty was born at California June 22. 18B9, the d a u g h t e r of E l i z a b e t h Schmidt rnerhauser. Shj was married Feb. 15. 1909 to Oscar Faherty. He died Dec. 17, 1954. She WM , member of Â«. Andrew* Catholic Church of Tipton and the Altar and Daughters of Isabella. Survivorg include: sue sons, Edmund Vis cent J. W. Faherty, Taherty, Eldon, Dixon. Charles B. Faherty, Puyallup, W a s h . . Maurice Faherty, Bellevue, the theFahei-ty, Justin O. Tex. Neb., Kent, Frank Wash. F. and Faherty, Lubbock, Five daughters. Mrg. Norman Hainen and Mrs. Lawrence Hake, Tipton, Mrs. Donald Williams, Amarillo, Tex., Mrs. was Two sisters, MrÂ«. Pauline Ketterlin, Tipton and Miss L o u i s e Soj Louis; three Sommerhauser Clark Bonner and Mrs. E. of Kelly Kan., .^ w*. up derhoof, Boonvill*. The ~ out Springs, F. Van- npion ana MISS , Sommerhauser st re e brothers Â£! Dr ' Sommerhauser, St. Louis, and Louis Sommerhauser. Pasadena. brothers. Ed'' Â·nd Arnold " r ^ Louis Sommerhauser. Pasadena Calif.; 55 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. scheduled great-grandchildren. The rosary will bÂ« recited 7:30 p.m. today at the Conn Funeral Home in Tipton. Services Services will be at 10 a. m. at St. Andrew'i Church, the Rev. Herbert Kramer officiating, officiating, with burial in the! church cemetery.