Clipped From The Scranton Republican
Mrs. Weber Dies Suddenly in Home Funeral Saturday of Well Known Woman Mrs. Elizabeth Amendt Weber, 71 one of East Scranton's best known women, died suddenly at 8:10 o'clock last night In the family home. 837 Paul Avenue. Mrs. Weber was stricken ill early yesterday morning. She was the widow of Christian H. Weber, general superintendent of the Erie Railroad Shops in Dunmore. who died suddenly on May 26 last. She was born in this city on April 23. 1864. and had resided in East Scranton all her life. Mrs. Weber was a member of the Dunmore M. E. Church and was active active for many years in the Ladies' Aid Society and the Sunday School Department. Department. She was a member of Golden Star Council. No. 41, Daughters Daughters of America, and Pythias Temple. No. 11, Pythian Sisters. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. A. H. Webber, this city.' and Mrs. G. E. Keller, Lakewood. Ohio; two sons, Clarence and Ralph Weber, both of this city; two sisters, Mrs. Joseph Heil and Mrs. Henry Nipert, Scranton: two brothers. John Amendt, Niagara Falls, and Louis Amendt, Buffalo, N. Y., and six grandchildren, Arthur A. Webber. Dorothy Webber, Lillian Keller, Charles, Ruth and Evelyn Weber. The funeral will take place Saturday Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the home with the Revs. E. A. Tolley and Harold Swales officiating. Interment. Interment. Dunmore Cemetery. Arrangements Arrangements by Howard Snowdon.