Mrs. John Oberly, mother-in-law of John Fisher
TWENTY YEARS AGO Reprint From th« "Dally News' Decades Ago. MOXDAV, MARCH 10- Dr. S. Grumbine was appointed postmaster postmaster at Mt. Zion. ^Samuel Shirk and Jacob Etter of Myerstown, expected to leave Tuesday for Macon City, Illinois. John Kleiser, residing on South Sixth street, gave a canary bird seven eggs to iiatch. At the proper time it left its nest with six young ones in it. A great manv persons called to the see the birds, which were beautiful and highly prized bv Mr. Kleiser. . "Wm. C. Fanber, coachmaker, on tins day shipped two phaetons, two carriages and two buggies to a party in Indiana. An item of this day says: "The snow which fell Friday afternoon and night reached a depth of about six inches, and consequently Saturday, Sunday and today today the lovers of sleigh riding had another another opportunity of indulging in that kind of pleasure, and the merry jingle of the bells could be beard in all directions. [This was a quitea contrast to the weather we experienced Sunday and today.] Sunday night Mrs. John OBerly, motber-m-law of John Fisher,' with whom she lived on West Cumberland street, was stricken with paralysis. When discovered in the morning the whole of her left side was aflected. On the morning of this day Dr. T. J. Armstrong, residing in the building of Dr. Geo. Ross, on South Ninth street, was stricken u ith naralysis from the effects effects of which he died in the evening at 5 o'clock. .. Deceased was an invalid for many years and unable to devote himself to his calling. He was aged C>5 years and resided in Lebanon two and a half years. Immediately after stricken Drs. A. H. Light and E. R. Umberger were summoned summoned to the bedside of the stricken man, but medical aid was of no avail.