1962 03 27 Vol. 41 #48 pg. 2
JHr«. Elsie 'E. Sheterom Mrs. Elsie E. Sheterom of 604 Sp.ring Street, Saxton, died at her late home..on Sunday, March 25, 1962, at 9:40 p.m.,-She had been in fajiing health--foe', the past two and one-half .years',^ ' She was bSru^in Liberty Township, Township, Bedford 7 County', and was a daughter of-Daniel and Mary (Figard) (Figard) Neary. She was united in marriage-:to-Jesse. A.- Sheterom on December 23, ,1916, at Cumberland;- Cumberland;- Md.,-.and he preceded her in death on Sept. 9, 19G1. •Mrs. Sheterom was a member of the Stpnerstown. Church of the Brethren, • and- a former Sunday School teacher of the church for a number of years. She was a member"'of "~the~ Saxton Women's Club, the Order of Eastern Star; she was also a Past Matron and a member of the Past Matrons' Club. She was a former teacher in the elementary schools of Liberty Township for a number of years. Surviving are two daughters: Mrs. Harry (Ruth) Leader of Fairless Hills, Pa., and .Mrs. Walter Walter G. (Ruby) Wolf gang, of Camden, Camden, N. J. Also surviving are seven grandchildren, two sisters and three brothers: Mrs. Bertha Quarry of Saxton, Mrs. Margaret Endres, George Neary, Sheldon Neary and Earl Neary, all of Huntingdon. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, March 28, at 2 p.m. at the Masood funeral chapel in Saxton, with the Rev. Glen Davis officiating. Interment will be made in the Fodder cemetery at Saxton. Friends may call at the funeral chapel after 7 o'clock this evening until the hour of services.