Mary K McQuown Ray obituary
DEATH Or Kr-io. RAY. ,i& Young Wife of Dr. Daniel P. Ray Lied in Johnstown. Despite two operations and the best of medic ^l attention, Mrs. Kay, wits ni' )~1 v J~^ 7^ T?riT /~i¥ *-V»/^ T.*"y-*y« 1.^»» r>i-t .->•>*to Dr. D. P. Ray, of the Kohler apartments, apartments, Johnstown, died at 10.25 o'clock o'clock on Friday morning at the Memorial Memorial Hospital. The operations were for serious internal troubles. She was twenty-eight years old. Mrs. Ray, before her marriage the fifth of last May, was Miss Mary Me- Quown, a daughter of Ex-Senator M. L. McQuown, now editor of the Rafts- man . s Journal) published at Clearfleld „ , « Jt . , , Ray s tather and mother -r, n Pa ' are llvms at Clearfleld. She is also survived by one sister, Mrs. F. R. Bartles, of Fargo, N. D., and one trother, John F. McQuown, of Cleav- field. She was a member of ths Clearfle i d Presbyterian church, wbos,. . ,.,,-, ~ ^ „ pastor ' the Rev " Dr " E ' C ' wil1 P^ach the funeral sermon at the M :if Quown residence on Monday after- v.oon. The remains were shipped to Clearfleld by Undertaker Henderson and interment will be made in ttie Protestant cemetery there. Mrs. Ray lived in Johnstown since her marriage last May. Dr. Ray has been there for the past one aad one- half years.