ann goheen death article dated 7 Feb 1914
Long Edna Sloan, Eva Ali Hill, in the Mrs. Davis Goheen. The sudden death at 3:30 o'clock yesterday morning of Mrs. Anna Goheen, wife of Davis W. Goheen, Punxsutawney, one of the most prominent women of that city, proved severe shock to the entire community. Stricken with apoplexy in the midst of her closest friends at 9:45 o'clock Thursday evening at the home of Oliver Cnssman, she died there six hours later. Born in Covode fifty-four years ago, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Beck. Four years after her marriage to Davis Goheen, thirty-two years ago, she went with her husband to Punxsutawney Punxsutawney and had since resided there She leaves her husband and one son, Streamer C. Goheen A particularly sad circumstance is that on Wednesday Wednesday evening of this week she had beau-1 come d her son whose marr j aj r e to hour Penn af- has her Miss Edna L. Grube occuired only weeks ago. In preparing for the coming of her son and his bride, was the moving spirit. These brothers and sisters are living: Streamer Beck, of Trade City; Luther Beck, of Marchand, and Earl and Nettie Beck, of Covode. Covode. The funeral services will be held the Goheen home on West Mahoning street, Punxsutawney, Sunday afternoon afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. Spayde conduct the services and interment be made in Circle Hill cemetery.