Obituary: Mary Ann Pfingsten
Mrs. M. - y Ann Pfingsten. This morning at 5 o'clock occurred the death of Mrs. Mary Ann Pfingsten, I an aSel resident of Center street. The cause of death was peritonitis, and tn deceased iad been ill but a few aays - fane was born 66 years ago in Germany, but had lived for many years in this city. Her husband, Anthony Pfingsten, preceded her to the grave some years ago. The following children children survive: Mrs. John Tischler, Mrs. James Simler, Mrs. Daniel O'Don - nell, Mrs. Coleman Schwartz, and John, Jacob. Hubert and Anthony Pfingsten, all of Pittston. The funeral services will be held at 9.30 Wednesday morn ing, in St. Mary 8 German Catholic church and interment will be made in the German Catholic cemetery at Hughestown. There will be no car nages.