Nancy Spiker obituary
MRS. T1IOMAS K. SPIKER 70. 25 BARTON -- Mrs. Nancy Jane Spiker, S3, of Baltimore, died Tuesday at Baltimore City Hos- pital. Born in Barton, she was a daughter of the late Columbus and Mary (Biningcr) Broadwatcr. Sho formerly resided in Lonacon ng. Survivors include her husband, Fhomas E. Spiker; one son, Spiker, with the Army in Ger many; one daughter, Mrs. Wincbrenncr, Baltimore; one hcr. 1-evi Broadwatcr, Moscow Mills; three sisters, Mrs. Jacob lye, Moscow Mills; Mrs. Frank Bostzic, Nikcp, and Mrs. Dcwey n. Smith, Watcrtown, N. Y., eight grandchildren. The body is at the Boal Me- morial Chapel. Services will be held there morrow at l p.m. with Rev. Fikcmaster and Rev. W. C Bovvcn of the Missionary Church of Baltimore, of which she was a member, officiating. Burial be in Laurel Hill Cemetery. cow Mills.