Margery Lenson Dies-1936

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Margery Lenson Dies-1936 - DEATHS LEVI SPARK Levi Sparr, former postmaster...
DEATHS LEVI SPARK Levi Sparr, former postmaster and mail carrier of Williamsburg, died yesterday morning at 7 o'clock o'clock at the home of his nephew, Jacob Burley, 119 Plum street, Williamsburg. Mr. Sparr was born June 11, 1855, a son of Christian D. and Martha' Jane Sparr. He is survived survived by a sister, Mrs. Anna Bur-ley; Bur-ley; Bur-ley; a niece, Mrs. Joseph Lytle and his nephew. Mr. Burley, all of Williamsburg. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews of Kansas and a niece, Mrs. Mary Worcester of Cuyahoga Falls, O. He was a life lonK member of the Lutheran church and a teacher teacher of the Men's Bible class for. a number of years. He also was a member of the Masonic order, Portage lodge. 220 of Hollidays-burg. Hollidays-burg. Hollidays-burg. Mr. Sparr was appointed postmaster postmaster of Williamsburg In 1900 and again In 1903 for a period of four years. He was also a tax collector in the borough of Williamsburg Williamsburg for several years. He was retired April 30, 1932. The body may be viewed at the home of his nephew after 2 o'clock o'clock this afternoon. Service will be held at the Lutheran church at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday afternoon. Rev. V. D. Naugle will be in charge Interment will follow in the Sparr cemetery near Williamsburg. Williamsburg. MRS. JAMES MARUCA CRESSON, Nov. 22.-Her 22.-Her 22.-Her health impaired for the past several years, and a patient in the Altoona Altoona hospital, periodically since 1933, Mrs. Lillian Maruca, 806 Main street, Gallitzin, died in the Altoona hospital at 5:35 o'clock last Saturday evening. She was admitted to that institution two weeks ago. Mrs. Maruca was in her 40th year. Born on April 9, 1897 in Jefferson Jefferson county, a daughter of John and Sarah Cuomo, both long deceased. deceased. When a mere child her parents removed to Ashville, where on March 2, 1916, she married James Maruca, In the St. Thomas Catholic church. Living members of her family include her husband and these sonsr Francis Maruca, John Maruca Maruca and Anthony Maruca, all at home and Peter Maruca. associated associated with the state department of highways in Huntingdon. She is a sister of Patsy Cuomo, Salvatore Cuomo and Frank Cuomo, all of Dysart and Mrs. Esther Gonfrid-do, Gonfrid-do, Gonfrid-do, 1312 Third avenue. Altoona, Mrs. Mary Grippo of Chicago, 111., and Mrs. Susan Gibson of Ashville. Ashville. Funeral service will be held Tuesday morning in the St. Patrick's Patrick's Catholic church, Rev. Joseph Joseph H. Farran, formerly of Altoona, Altoona, and parish pastor, will be in charge of the services. Interment Interment will be in the family plot in the St. Thomas Catholic church cemetery, Ashville. FRANK T. MEYERS Frank Thomas Meyers, well known Hollidaysburg young man, died at the home of his parents, John W. and Clara Meyers, 307 Montgomery street, Saturday at 6:45 a.- a.- m. He was born at Eller-slie, Eller-slie, Eller-slie, Md., April 26, 1911. He was a member of the Baptist church of Hollidaysburg. Living members of his family are his parents and these brothers brothers and sisters: Mrs. Frank Ditto of Center Bridge, Pa., Mrs. Raymond Raymond Woods and Robert and Harold Harold Meyers, all of Hollidaysburg, Fred Meyers of Eldorado and Pearl, EuDora and Tillie Meyers, all at home. The funeral services will be held at the late home today, today, at 2:30 p. m. Interment will be in Alto-Reste Alto-Reste Alto-Reste Burial Park. MRS. MARY B. HYSKELL Mrs. Mary Bell Hyskell, wife of Dr. W. E. Hyskell, died at 8:20 o'clock Saturday morning, at her home in Meadville. She was born in Huntingdon, August 30, 1879, a daughter of Isaac and Martha (Furrer) Bell, and left Altoona about 30 years ago. Prior to that Mrs. Hyskell taught school in the Madison building. Members of her family are her husband, and one' brother, John G. Bell, of this city. The funeral cortege will leave Meadville tomorrow morning with service to be conducted at the grave in Rose Hill cemetery, at 1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Rev. Watkins will officiate. RAYMOND M. MARCELLA CRESSON, Nov. 22 Funeral service will be held at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning in the St. Anthony Anthony Catholic church, Johnstown, for Raymond Mark Marcel'.a, aged 30, a native of this place, and well known Flood City hotel proprietor, proprietor, who expired shortly before 9 o'clock last night in the Mercy hospital, Johnstown. Pneumonia was attributed as the cause of lis death. Interment will be in St. John's cemeteiy. Johnstown. MARGERY LENSON Margery Lenson, infant daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lenson of 1113 Twenty-fifth Twenty-fifth Twenty-fifth avenue, died at the Mercy hospital yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Death was duo to pneumonia. She was born August 17 of this year. Surviving are the parents and a son, Larry J. 1 EDWARD J. SHARER Edward J. Sharer, prominent Snyder township resident, died at the State hospital, Philipsburg, Saturday Saturday morning at 11 o'clock, following following a year's illness. Mr. Sharer had been in the hospital for a number number of weeks early in the fall and had returned home. His condition seemed to be somewhat improved when he suffered a relapse and was again taken to the hospital where he passed away. Edward J. Sharer was a son of Christian and Eve (Reese) Sharer and was born at Port Matilda on September 25, 1875. On Christmas day, 1901, at Port Matilda, he was united in marriage with Miss Esther Esther Adams, who survives. Mr. Sharer had resided at Bald Eagle since a young man and was well known in agriculture circles, being a most successful farmer with a large farm at Bald Eagle. Besides the widow, other members members of his family include these children: , Christian Sharer, Bald Eagle; Mrs. Earnest Lehman, Bald Eagle; Mrs. John R. Keefer, Tyrone; Tyrone; Matthew Sharer and Clair Sharer, at home; one grandchild and these brothers and sister: Calvin Calvin M. Sharer, Bald Eagle; O. P. Sharer, Port Matilda; Daniel Sharer, Sharer, State College, and Mrs. Annie Hamer, of Port Matilda. Funeral service will be held at the Sharer home at Bald Eagle this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, in charge of Rev. Robert Gibson, pastor of the Bald Eagle Methodist Episcopal Episcopal church, followed by burial in Bald Eagle cemetery. SAMUEL WOODRING Samuel Woodring, a life long resident of Centre county, died suddenly at his home at Port Matilda Matilda on Friday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. o'clock. Mr. Woodring had been in ill health for several years. Samuel Woodring was a son of Stephen and Rebecca Woodring and was born in Centre county on July 31, 1872. In 1898 he was united in marriage with Miss Minnie Stimer, who survives. Other members of his family are the following children: children: Harry Woodring, Mlvin Woodring, Mrs. Pearl Cowher, of Port Matilda; Mrs. Winifred Fultz, Julian; Charles Woodring, Con-shohocken; Con-shohocken; Con-shohocken; Earl Woodring, Mrs. Ida Dean, Harmonville; Clarence Woodring and Ralph Woodring, at home; 19 grandchildren and one brother and one sister. Leisure Woodring, of Port Matilda, and Mrs. Annie Barry, of Altoona. Funeral service will be held in the Port Matilda Methodist Episcopal Episcopal church today at 2:30 o'clock, in charge of Rev. Mr. Sowers, assisted assisted by Revs. Weaver and Robinson, Robinson, followed by burial in Black Oak cemetery. CARRIE K EWING Miss Carrie K. Ewing, daughter of William and Mary Ann Ewing, dif.d at her home near Manor Hill, yesterday afternoon at 2:45 o'clock. She was 74. Ewing died at the home in which she was born on June 10, 1862. Members of her family Include Include three sisters: Mary and Henrietta Henrietta and Mrs. Idolette E. Johnston Johnston of Huntingdon. Another sister. sister. Frances, died several weeks ago. Miss Ewing was a member of the Manor Hill Methodist Episcopal A

Clipped from Altoona Tribune23 Nov 1936, MonPage 16

Altoona Tribune (Altoona, Pennsylvania)23 Nov 1936, MonPage 16
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