Clipped From The Evening Sun
MRS SARAH S. EJSENHOOTH Mrs. Sarah S. Eisenhooth, widow of Andrew E^enhooth. 940 West college avenue York died Monday I morning at 9:45 o'clock in the West) Side Sanitarium, West York, following an operation. She had been ill for five days. Mrs. Eisenhooth was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs, John Wentz. Hanover, and was aged 71 years. Her husband precedes her in death 20 years ago. Surviving her are seven children Emory F. Eisenhooth, Dover; Edward H, Eisenhooth. Dover, R. D. i; Mrs. Melvin Gross, Mrs. Roy Tracy, Mrs. Victor and Mrs. Russel Myers. York, and Mrs John Dubs at home; 11 grandchildren and a great-grandchild, and these brothers and sisters ali of Hanover, Mrs. Louise Redding. Baer avenue; Mrs. Edward Swartzbaugh and Miss Mazie Wentz, Centennial avenue; Mrs Clarence Crawford. West Middle street; Mrs. J. Irvin Flicking er. North George street, and John Wentz, Hanover, R, D. 1. She was a member of Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church. York, irai services will be 10" 25 y held on Thursday at 1 ;30 p. m. ,'DST.i, at the late residence. 940 i west College avenue, with further services in Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church, Hawthorne and Princess streets. York. Interment will be in the Spring Grove cemetery. Friends mav call at the home this evening from 7 to 9 o’clock.