Marion Mae Dunlap Spicher Obit
irib- Governor J vual m 5**^ constant expan- pro- we pay of aad MILS. MAE SP1CHER COALPORT -- Mrs. Mae Spicher. 57. of Coalport, died Thursday at 5:05 p. m. in Cpatesviile Hospital following a lengthy illness with cancer. She'was born Sept. 14. 1911 in Indiana County, a daughter of Benton J. and Oliie (Henry) Duniap. She is survived by her mother at Rossiter; three daughters, Mrs. Chester (Claire) Rachocki, Goalpost; Mrs. Clarice Kltko, Coatesvjlle; Mrs. George (Colleen) (Colleen) Conrad, Annondale and grandchildren. Also surviving are t h r brothers and eight sisters: Lawrence. Rossiter; Albert, Coalport Coalport and Wilbert. Rome, N. Y.; Mrs. Walter (Beriha) Lepley, BosweM; Mrs. Glen ( S a r Spencer aad Mrs. Fred (Dorothy) (Dorothy) Lockart. both of Rossiter: Sfcrs. James (Louise) McMillan, Flinton; Mrs. Joe (Martha) Spencer. Phoenix, Ariz.; Mrs. Robert (Cleora) PlubelL Pitcairn; Pitcairn; Mrs. Boyd (Edna) States, Sewickley and Mrs. Joe (Vivian) Newbery. Harbor 'Creek. She was preceded in death by her father, husband, one and a daughter. A resident of CoaSport since her marriage in October 1928, she was a member of the United Methodist Church at Coalpori. Friends will be received in Hunter-Uoyd Funeral Home at Irvona after 7 p. m. today. Funeral services will be held in the funeral home Sunday 2 p. m. with the Rev. J. Hackenbeny officiating.- Interment will follow in the Montgomery Cemeterv at Hillsdale. Hillsdale.