Clipped From Bedford Gazette
MRS. WILLIAM CLARK Mrs. Anna Margaret Clark, wife of William Clark, died at her in af- and in Mann's Choice, Wednesday af- ternoon, April 22, 1931 of having sustained a stroke a week h age, from which she never She was a daughter of Philip Mary Jane Cuppett and was at New Paris on December 7, On January 11, 1880, she was No us Worship 7:30 a League 7:30. l^ii . . - - frTJTIJ,,TM Olf^Vb" m marriage with William Clark the following sons and daughters: Philip and Jay of Portage, Harry and John home, Mrs. George Ferguson' of Spring Hope, Mrs. D. E. Enos~ Johnstown, Mrs. J. R. Davis of Mann's Choice, Mrs. Elmer of Quimby, Iowa, and Mrs. Homer Martz of Cumberland, Maryland. Two sisters, Mrs. Jason Harbaugh of Alum Bank and Mrs. Kathryn Mock of Bedford and eighteen grandchildren also survive. Mrs. Clark was a faithful member of Presbyterian Church for forty-five years. She was a kind and mother and wife, and her passing to her eternal home is her gain reward for the beautiful life of and service she rendered to all these about her. The high esteem in which she was held by all evidenced by the many relatives and friends who attended her funeral funeral and the beautiful floral tributes tributes received. Funeral services were conducted in Grace Reformed Church, Saturday afternoon by p. m. Shaffer Rev. D. J. Ely, assisted by Rev. an( j Smith of the U. B. Church of age. She was laid to rest in Mt. Olivet Cemetery.