Mary Douden obituary
Funeral 'of Millersburg Woman, 77, Tomorrow MILLERSBURG, Dec 22. The body of Mrs. Mary C. Douden. 77 years old, who died yesterday, will lie in state at the Methodist Episcopal Episcopal Church from 11 a. m. to 3 p. m. tomorrow. Funeral services will be conducted In the church by the Rev. J. II. Barnes. Burial will be In Oak Hill Cemetery. Mrs. .Douden resided with her sister, sister, Mrs. E. W. Steever, of 240 Union street, since the death of her hus- hus- Dana inree years ago. She was a lifelong member of the Methodist Episcopal Church here and had con trlbuted liberally to that institution since1 the death of her husband. Mrs. Douden sold her beautiful home about a. year ago to the M. E. Church at a figure far less than she could have realized In open market. The home Is being used as the parson age.- age.- ' Mrs. Douden also gave generously to the Methodist Hospital, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, In memory of her daughter, Olive May DouMen, who died more Khan twenty-nve twenty-nve twenty-nve years ago. Be sides her sister, Mrs. Steever, she is survived by several nephews and nieces.