Nellie totten 1928
year. ii .. Death of Mrs. Ray Winans . S-Hi',' S-Hi',' S-Hi',' Mrs. Ray Winans, .ai?ed': fi of Sixth street Wvomlni. "riior. vn svil day morning at 4 o'clock folIoVlngl muninn illness. Kecently Mrs. Winans had been removed to White Haven where it was hoped that the high altitude would effect a recovery. Deceased was a life lpng resident of Wyoming and was held in high esteem. She was a devout devout member of Wyoming, M.' E. church. ' -Survlvfng-are- -Survlvfng-are- -Survlvfng-are- -Survlvfng-are- -Survlvfng-are- her-parentsT- her-parentsT- her-parentsT- her-parentsT- Mr, and Mrs. Amos Totten, of Sixth street, her hushind and three chll-dren: chll-dren: chll-dren: Jasper, Onlcy and Ray; also the following brothers and sisters, Russell,' Mrs. Charles Andrews, Ruth, Junior and Lorraine. The funeral will be held from the family home on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. Rev, Joshua Brundle will officiate. -Inter -Inter ment will be in Wyoming cemetery.