Elsie Ellen Adams Keener

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Elsie Ellen Adams Keener - yesterday in St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh....
yesterday in St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh. She was born in Allegheny County August 8, 1871. a daughter of James and Jane (Mctcroft) Ramsden. Surviving are her husband. Thomas Ramsden, and live daughters: Mrs. Jane Carney, Wilkinsburg; Mrs. Bertha Valletta and Mrs. Alice Bi'Jer, Blairsville; Mrs. Stella Cottress, Butler, and Mrs. Florence Short, Zelienople. She also leaves live sisters: Mrs. Bertha Blackburn of Jersey City, N. J.; Mrs. Martha Ashton of Blairsville; Mrs. Sadie Bigelow of Jeannette; Mrs. Mary Cross of Export; two brothers, Edward and Benjamin Ashton, both cff Pittsburgh, and 13 grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted in her late residence at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday. The Rev. C. P. SalUiday will officiate and inler- Brownlee will officiate and interment will be in Beracha Cemetery. A daughter of John and Catherine Adams, she was born September 2, 1865, in Armstrong County and had lived in Plumville for 30 years prior to moving to Indiana. Her husband, Isaac Keener, died 23 years ago. Surviving are these children: Mrs. Margaret Nulph of Climax, Pa.; John Keener of Toledo, O.; Harry Keener of New Bethlehem; Irvin Keener of Homer City; Clark and Ernest Keener, at home; Mrs. Nellie Nichols of Indiana; Mrs. Nettie Meyers of Plumville; Glen Keener of Creekside, R. D.; Miss Elvie Keener of Plumville; Milton Keener and Miss Bessie Keener, at home. She was a sister of Miss Hannah Adams of Plumville; Mrs. mcnt will be in Blairsville Ceme- i j em ima Reedy of New Bethlehem, R. D.; John Adams, of New Bethlehem. R. D.; Simon Adams of Cli- SHALLUS EARLY FAILS, 68, of j max; Mrs . Catherine George of Ma- Blairsvillc, died at 12:45 a. m. • honing, R. D.; Clark Adams of Tern- Sunday in Indiana Hospital. A son p i e to n and Mrs. Etta Kammerdeiner of Matthew and Elizabeth <Mc- | O f Kittanning, R. D. Also surviving Curdy) Fails, he was born in Blairs- , are 43 grandchildren and 24 great- villc March 4. 1872. He was a re- j grandchildren. tired pattern maker, a member of ' the United Presbyterian Church of Blairsville and Acacia Lodge No. 355. F. and A. M. His wife. Mrs. Elizabeth fAnder son) Fails, died in 1928 and surviving are two Kathleen Hill of daughters: Mrs. Blairsville and | M iss Mary E. Fails, at home; a brother, Arthur E. Fails of Blairsville and a grandchild. Funeral services will be conducted | j n his laic residence, 8, West Ran- son avenue, al 2:30 p. m. Tuesday. The Rev. R. E. McClurc, D. D., will officiate and interment will be in Blairsville Cemetery. i I ROBERT LliROY MASON, 64, a retired coal miner, died at 9:45 o'clock Saturday morning at. his home in Pine Township, Indiana Coufity. Ho was born in Woodland, ClccuTield County, January 1, 1876, a son of John and Betsy i Kline) Mason. Surviving are his widow, Mrs Rosa (Harrigeri Mason, and these children: Bortha, wife of Francis Mark, Vintondale; Earl, Ellsworth, Arthur, Carl, William, Blake. Blair ;md Glenn Mason, all at home. He also leaves a sister, Mrs. Florence Bundoy. residing in the State of Ohio. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Mt. Union Church by Rev. Kenneth Morgan, pastor. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Passes Away MRS. LAURA (MOORE) BERRINGER, 77, died at 7:55 a. m. I Sunday in her home in Cherrytrec. - A daughter of John and Saraii Moore, she was born August 10, 1862, in Cambria County. Surviving are these children: Bernie Berringer of Cherrytree, Mrs. Daisy Shankle of Cherrytree, Max Berringer ot Indiana, Mrs. Adda Scollons of Barncuboro, Arthur Berringer of Philadelphia, George Berringer of Cherrytree and Thomas Berringer of Carrolltown. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p. m. Wednesday in Berringer Evangelical Church. Interment will be in the church cerne- leiy. STOCK MARKET MRS. ELSIE KEENER MBS. ELSIE KEENER Friends of the deceased are being received in her late residence, 554 Locust street, where a prayer service will be conducted at 1:15 p. m. Tuesday. 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  1. The Indiana Gazette,
  2. 20 May 1940, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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