MRS. BUDD E. WOODRING Mrs. Budd E. Woodring. Ard' j more, former Tyrone resident, died j Tuesday afternoon nt 2:50 o'clock! In the Bryn Mawr hospital, where j | she had been admitted two weeks '• ago. 1 She was born Jan. 8, 1883 In Half Moon Valley, the daughter (it Horace G, and Clara VanVaHn Elder. On Jan. 8, 1908 in Clearfield, Clearfield, she married Budd E. Woodring. Woodring. They were residents of Tyrone Tyrone for many years. Surviving are the husband, and these children: Mrs. William Bender, Bender, Pittsburgh; Fred E. Woodring. Woodring. Casper, Wyo.; Richard Wood- ring. Clearwater, Fla.; these sis- ters: Mrs. Hugh F. Tobln and Mrs. i Gus Lienha'rd't. Tyrone, and Mrs.! Russell Candy. Wormlcysburg; nl- so nine grandchildren and two , great grandchildren. She was a j member of the Ardmore Presby terian church, active in all branches; branches; also the D.A.R., and the W.C.T.U. Funeral service will be held Friday Friday morning at. 11 o'clock In the chadwicks funeral home, Ardmore, and burial will be made In Ardmore. Ardmore.