1908 June 5 Jemima Bingaman Brookens
opening church under the Spaeth, number of the city will Takes a had been In the and 217 in Boyer in removed, to the been in half and written subject. young on a wedding trip. They will reside In Waynesboro. DEATHS Mrs. John Brookens died at her home near Fayetteville yesterday morning about 2 o'clock, after suffering for some time with a complication of diseases. She was aged 77 years and was well known in that community, where she spent the greater portion of her life. She was a consistent member of the Lutheran church of Fayetteville, and is survived by these children: Mrs. George Elser, Mrs. Samuel Maloy, Mrs. Charles Shively, all of Chambersburg; Mrs. C. Gordon, Bloomington, 111.; and Mrs. Joseph Wilson, of Arkansas. Mrs. Ann Elizabeth Adams died at her home in WTaynesboro on Wednesday evening, aged 71 years, 5 months and 3 days. Death was due to heart trouble. presented a $5 gold for it and convention convention borne by Columbus. deficits which has been The frame offices at William the Pennsylvania work on for the sickness. The given Pennsylvania Christian home of Jefferson.