Mary Ellen Alder Obituary
MAIL, Hagerstown. Ud. FrMw, AÂ»rti Â». OBITUARIES Mrs. Mary Elton AMw Mrs Mary Ellen Alder, widow widow of Robert H. Alder, 535 Church Street, died at the Washington County Hospital Friday morning at eight o'clock of com- 'plications after an illness of a g e( j 66 years, Born am i re ared at Williamson she was the daughter of i alf Michael and Rosella named!(Davis) Kreps. She had resid- Cum-]^ m Hagerstown for the past of of jj j en L. Brashears, all of Ha- N e Lucas, Cumberland; and governor's of Ka- funeral home Sunday evening " 44 years. She was a member the Temple Builders Class of Grace E.U.B. Church and the V.F.W. Auxiliary, Hagerstown. Surviving, are daughters, Mrs. Irene M. Swartz. Mrs. Frances V. Hoover, Mrs. Mary Catherine Morningstar, Mrs. Ruth E. Semler, Semler, Mrs. Jane J. Rock and gerstown; sons, James Robert Alder, Hagerstown; Thomas Edward Edward Alder. Van Nuys, Calif.; and William II. Alder, at home; nine grandchildren: sister, Mrs. a brother, John Kreps, Harrisburg, Harrisburg, Pa. The body was taken to the funeral home of A. K. Coffman where services will be held Monday afternoon at two o'clock with the Rev. Dr. Earl Redding and the Rev. Dr. Gordon I. Rider officiating. Interment in Rest Haven Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the after seven.