Clipped From Harrisburg Telegraph
I E S ELMER F. MAJOR Elmer F. Major, 74, died Saturday at his home, 205 - West Marble street, Mechanicsburg, following a six - month illness. He was a vet eran employe of the Eberly and Orris Manufacturing Company, that place, and was a member of Trindle Springs Lutheran Church, surviving surviving are: his wife, Mrs. Sarah E. Major; one daughter, Mrs. Chester Hale, Harrisburg; two sisters, the Misses Jenny and Gertrude Major, Mechanicsburg, and eight grandchildren. grandchildren. Funeral, Tuesday, 2 p. m., Myers and Mlchener funeral parlors, parlors, Mechanicsburg. . Burial, Mechanicsburg. Mechanicsburg. Viewing, tonight, 7 to 9 o'clock, parlors. The Rev. G. R. Groninger, pastor of Trindle Springs Church, will officiate. - - 3 MRS. EMMA WALTERS Mrs. Emma Walters, 53, died Saturday Saturday at her home, 2408 Penbrook avenue, Penbrook. She is survived by her husband, Simon P. Walters; four daughters, Mrs. Dorcas Dolbin, Mt. Wolfe; Mrs. Evelyn Hess, Carlisle, Carlisle, and the Misses Marian and Alma Walters, at home; her mother, Mrs. Charles Nebinger, Penbrook; two brothers, C. W. Nebinger, New Cumberland, and J. R. Nebinger, Shiremanstown; one sister, Mrs. Bertha Yoe, Harrisburg. Funeral, at 1.30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the home, the Rev. G. R. Hover - ter, pastor of the Penbrook Church of God, officiating. Burial, St. John's Cemetery, Shiremanstown. Viewing, tomorrow evening at the home. 3 ROBERT L. MOYER Robert L. Moyer, of 40 North Enola Drive, Enola, Pennsylvania Railroad engineer, died Saturday of injuries suffered in a fall at a station stop in western Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania. Funeral, tomorrow, 2 p. m., home, the Rev. Harry Boyer, pastor of Enola United Brethereh church, officiating. Burial, Liverpool Ceme tery. Viewing, this evening, 7 to 9 o'clock, home. - 3 - MR. KATHARINE C. MATTER Mrs. Katharine Cooper Matter, 8, wife of Jacob O. Matter, died Saturday evening at her home, 1929 Derry street. Funeral, Wednesday, 1 p. m., home, with further services at 3 p. m. at Zion Church at Rife, of which she was a member. Burial, Zion Church Cemetery. Viewing, tomorrow evening, 7 to 9 o'clock, home. . Surviving, husband, two sten - riaughters, Mrs. E. E. Zeiters and Mrs. B, D. Walker, both of Harrisburg. 3 - MRS. CATHERINE M, PRESSLER Mrs. Catherine Matilda Pressler, 81, widow of Henry Pressler, and a former resident of Harrisburg, died yesterday afternoon at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Clever Ernst, Hershey. Surviving, one daughter, three sons, Harry S. Charles F., and William K. Pressler, all of Harrisburg; two sisters, Mrs. Laura Walker and Mrs. Marian Keighling, both ' of Philadelphia. Funeral, Thursday, 2 p. m., Fackler funeral home, 1314 Derry street. Burial, Paxtang Cemetery. Viewing, Wednesday evening, 6 to 9 o'clock, parlors. MRS. ANNIE HEMPERLY Mrs. Annie Hemperly, 78, died suddenly Saturday at the home of Mrs. Cora Laudermilch, 94 East Cherry street, Palmyra. She is survived survived by one son, Harry J., Hum - melstown. Funeral, Wednesday at 2.30 p. m. at the Smith funeral parlors, parlors, Palmyra, the Rev. LeRoy Feg - ley, pastor of the First United Church, Hummelstown, of which she was a member, officiating. Burial, Hummelstown Cemetery. View, Tuesday evening at the parlors. parlors. ' 3 - MRS. ALVIN S. WILLIAMS, JR. Mrs. Alvin S. Williams, Jr., Sun - bury, daughter - in - law of the Rev. Alvin S. Williams, late Methodist superintendent of the Harrisburg district, died Saturday in the Gei - singer Hospital, Danville. Survivors Survivors are her husband and a daugh ter. Funeral services were conducted conducted today with burial in Wil - Uamsport. . 3 ' MISS AGNES SCHELL Miss Agnes Schell, daughter of Edward M. Schell, 1512 Derry street, died Sunday. In addition to her father, she is survived by a brother, Edward T. Schell, this city. Requiem Mass, Wednesday at 9 a. m. at St. Francis Catholic Church, the Rev. Joseph R. Murphy, rector, celebrant. Burial, Holy Cross Cemetery. View, Tuesday evening at the home of her brother, Edward T. Schell, 2423 Derry street. HARRY W. KERPER Harry W. Kerper, 67, retired Bell Telephone Company employe, died Friday at his home, 2212 North Sixth street. Funeral, Tuesday at 11 a. m. at the Charles C. Baker funeral parlors, Third and Maclay streets, the Rev. Dr. S. Winfield Herman, pastor cf Zion Lutheran Church, of which he was a member, officiating. Burial, Harrisburg cemetery. cemetery. View, tonight after 7 p. m. at the parlors. Services at the cemetery cemetery will be in charge of Perseverance Perseverance Lodge, No. 21, Free and Accepted Accepted Masons, of which he was a member. PAIR WED 44 YEARS Middletown, Oct. 12. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Musgrave, residing on North Catherine street, observed their forty - fourth wedding anniversary anniversary yesterday.