Clipped From The Indiana Weekly Messenger
with be Saturday. are baskets remembering. of Au- to oe Indi clan McKalip's far as reunion W. llth at played one in of 1 and exciting. MRS. M. F. LICHTENFELS. Mrs. Catherine Jane Lichtenfels, aged 74 years, wife of F. M. Lichteufels, at her home, in Pitcairn, Monday evening of last week. The deceased WHS born and raised in Wheatfield township, Indiana county. Her maiden name Sides. She was married to ilr. Lichtenfelt) 53 years ago. She was a lifelong member of the Lutheran chtuch. Lichienfels is survived by her husbanc and six children--John F. LichtenfeJs, of Los Angeles; Mrs. Murdis, of Moit- roeville, and Mrs. Minnie Breridlinger Joseph S. and Philip H. Lichtenfels Mrs. Susan Wright, of Pitcairn; also two sisters--Mrs. Emma Foreshoe, of North Dakota, Neb., and Mrs. Sara gan, of this county. Funeral services were held at her late home on and'intermeat was made at Monroeville MRS. MARGARET LICHTENFELS. Mrs. Margaret Lichtenfels, aged 87 years, died at the homo of her son John, in West Wheatfield township, Friday, July 28, of infirmitie^of old Mrs. Lichtenfels was born and raised a farm just a short distance frcm she died, having been a lifelong of that section. She is survived by sons--Isaiah and John, of West Wheatfield township--and one sister. Mrs. Joseph Brendlinger, and one brother Samuel St. Olair, both of Robinson; also, quite a number of grandchildren great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held the following Sabbath afternoon afternoon at 2 o'clock by Rev. T. J. and interment was made in the Lutheran cemetery, in West Wheatfield township. township.