Tipton Tribune (Tipton, Indiana) March 9, 1950 pg 6
Friday TI «r ^ • , in Henry Weber. 84 who died at her home here at 1:45 p.m. Wednesday are planned •: Funeral Services for Mrs. t. -^ 3re tplTa " n l d at 2 ' F £ ^ \ at .Leatherman- Funeral home. Rev. «u „./ Swisher, minister of the C^hurch of the Nazerene will be in charge and burial will be in Fail-view cemetery. The body is lying in state at the funeral home where friends may call this evening. Mrs. Weber, who resided at 539 Oak street, fell and broke her hip in two places .one week ago. She underwent treatment at Mercy hospital, Elwood, and was returned home. the Born July 16, 1865 in Atlanta, j Mrs.. Weber was the daughter 'of George and Katherine Losey. jshe was married in Atlanta j Oct. 17, 1881 to Henry Weber and last year, they celebrated their 68th wedding anniversary. They were the parents of • 10 children, 5 of whom are living. 1„ M«- Weber was a member of ',«« P^rim^Hohness^hurch^and she was educated in Hamilton County schools. Surviving with the husband are four daughters, Mrs. Ella Mrs. Bert McNew, Mrs. Maude Mackey, all of Tipton, and Mrs. Ruth Dierline, of Mobile, Ala.; one son. George Weber, of Tipton; one sister, Mrs. Adeline McCullough, of Indianapolis; one brother, Mort Losey, of Tjpton; 11 grandchildren; grandchildren; 23 great grandchildren, and 3 great great grandchildren.