Obituary of Kathryn Shuman Kapp
MRS. DAVID KAPP Mrs. Kathryn Alice Kapp, 81, widow of David Kapp, died Sat urday at the home of her son, Roy Kapp, 1407 Mayflower street. A former resident of Mechan - icsburg, Mrs. Kapp was a mem ber of Stevens Memorial Method ist Church, Harrisburg. In addition to her son, Roy, Mrs. Kapp is survived by two other children, Clarence, Camp Hill, and Mrs. Harriet Rauda baugh, Mechanicsburg, R. D. 4, and four sisters, Mrs. Lillie Bow man, Lemoyne: Mrs. Harriet Adams, Enola; Mrs. Ira Willis, this city, and Mrs. Fannie Miller, Mechanicsburg; two brothers, Frank Shuman, Summerdale and Albert Shuman, Mechanicsburg, E. D. bervices win be at 2 p. m. Tuesday at Myers funeral home, Mechanicsburg, the Rev. Dr. J. McKendree Reiley, Stevens Me morial Methodist Church, officiat ing. Burial will be in Trindle Spring Cemetery, west of Mechanicsburg. Mechanicsburg. Friends may view the body from 7 to 9 tonight at Myers funeral home.