Obituary of Zella Agnes Dicken Redinger

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splendid believed of Cham- Merchants'., Knob covenant conviction upon feot been very ^en- of Deneen Lucas, in Ross. Bed- Fishertown cemetery. MRS. MINERVA TROUTMAN Mrs. 'Minerva Frances Mitchell Troutmany wife- tif. John H. Trout-; man, 425 Sixth Ave., Avenue, died Wednesday r 3:10 p. m., at her summer home at Warriors Mark. She Chaneysville; Howard, Cumberland, Md.; Herman, Rainsburg; Pearl Zimmerman, Mrs. Sylvia Johnson arid Mrs. Lena Smith,, Everett, and one brother, Lewis Dicken, of Clearville. Funeral services took place June town, July 2, 1864, a daughter of George and Elizabeth Mitchell. She is survivied by her husband and the following children: Mrs. Lottie Loucks, at home; Mrs. Florence Gates, Bedford; Mrs. Evelyn Mentzer, of Altoona; Mrs. Sadie Spacht, Juniata; George, Elmira, N. Y.; Roy, Altoona; Cloyd, at home. There are 4 sisters surviving: Mrs. Eli Foster, Topeka, Kan.; Mrs. Mamie Sarver, Millerstown; Mrs. Inez Rice, Oregon; Mrs. Sadie Allen, Texas. She was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church where funeral services were held in charge of the Rev. Paul L. Foulk, Sunday, 2:30 p. m. Interment in the Greenwood cemetery. MRS. SUSAN JANE TRUAX Mrs. Susan Jane Truax, 84, died at 10:30 a. m., Sunday at the home of her son, 610 Sixth Ave., Juniata, of complications due to advanced age. She was born Apr. 17, 1848, at Enid, Fulton County, a daughter of Wm. and Christiana Schenck. Surviving are two sons, H. M. Truax, of Juniata and Hunter of Enid,; two brothers and one sister, V. D. Schenck, Juniata; George Schenck, Crestle Springs, Pa., and Mrs. Margaret Wertz, Bedford; six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the late home at 8 p. m. Tuesday with Rev. G. R. Williams officiating. Interment in Wells Valley U. B. cemetery. ZELLA DICKEN REDINGER Zella Dicken Redinger, born Nov. 29, 1872, at Chaneysville, died at the same place June 22, 1932, of paralysis. She was a daughter of George and Mary Dicken and ,was married to Thomas Redinger. Surviving are her husband and seven children, Raymond a'rioVlen, Church with Rev. Walter Twigg charge. Interment in the adjoining :emetery. PHILIP BURKET Philip Burket, well-known young man, a resident of Sproul, died Sunday morning at 8:05 at Mont Alto Sanitorium, where he had a patient for some time. He was born at Bedford on March 23, a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Burket. and had resided at Sproul some years. Surviving are the parents and these brothers and sisters: David, Gallitzin, James, of Panama, Watson, Vera and Mary, at home, and Mrs. Dolly Oldham, of near Ryot. Funeral services conducted in the Sproul Church Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in charge of Rev. C. L. Cox, of Claysburg Brethren Church. Interment in Sproul cemetery. DR. CLARENCE H. COPELAND Dr. Clarence H. Copeland, for last 12 years a practicing physician at his residence, 5430 Woodland Ave., Phila., died suddenly at his home Sunday morning of cerebral hemorrage. Dr. Copeland 44 years old and was born in Pleasantville. He graduated from Allegheny College and the University Pennsylvania Medical school. He survived by his widow and three children, Robert, 18; Helen 17, Allen, 14. REV. MOSES A. KEIFFER Rev. Moses A. Keiffer, pastor of the Reformed Church in Everett, died at his home near Meyersdale, where he was pastor of the Charge, on Sunday, June 28th. funeral was held at Mercersburg Wednesday, June 29th. Rev. J. Albert Eyler, of Bedford, preaching the sermon*, * ,

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  1. Bedford Gazette,
  2. 01 Jul 1932, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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