Clipped From The Evening Sun
MRS. JACOB L. THOMAN Mrs. .^nne Sterner Thoman. 66. wife of Jacob L. Thoman, died Sunday at 8.40 a. m. at her home, Brodbeck R D.. after a lengthy illness. Slie was a member of the Greenmount E. U. B. church, near Jefferson. Surviving besides her husband are four sons and two daughters. William C. Thoman, Brodbeck: Harn- R. Thom».n, York; 1 Earl S. Thoman, Railroad; Ralph A, I Thoman and M:\s. Leo Hartlaub. at home, and Mrs. Harry Hendrix. Shrewsbury: sixteen grandchildren, one grcat-grandchild. three sisters, Mrs. Ca.ssie Shearer. Brodbeck; Mrs. J. C. Deitzler, Catawissa, and Mrs. Jennie Krout. and a brother. Dewey Sterner, both of Harrisburg. Funeral services will oe held at 1.30 p. m. Wednesdav at her home witii concluding rites at the Green- j mount E. U. B. church, the Rev. i I G. C. Daugherty, her oastor, (ffi- ; ciating. Interment will be in the I cemetery ad.ioining the church. , Friends may call at the home fiom 1 Tuesday afternoon until the time of services.