Emma May Godshall obituary
THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 7, 1950 DEATHS-FUNERALS MRS. EMMA MAY GODSHALL, 76. widow of William K. Godshall, died yesterday morning at 1 o’clock at the home of her son, Jaseph Godshall, 354 MYRTLE STREET, ROYERSFORD, with whom she lived. She had been ill about a year. Daughter of the late Michael and Verdilla Walters, Mrs. Godshall was born in Pottstow'n, but lived in Royersford most all her life. She was a member of Grace Lutheran church. Surviving, besides her son, are a daughter, Ruth, wife of Norman Overdorf, 743 Walnut street, Royersford; Royersford; two brothers, John W. Walters, 109 Hanover street, Pottstown, Pottstown, and Harry B. Walters. Niles, Ohio; one sister, Olivia, wife of Henry Vann, Philadelphia, and three grandchildren. Services will be held in a funera* home at 367 Walnut street, Royljf ersford, Saturday afternoon at W o'clock, with interment in Fernwood cemetery. Woman's (iub lo Hold Christmas Tea, Program Woman’s club, of Royersford, will meet for a Christmas tea and program program Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock in the First Reformed church social hall. Mrs. Russell Massey, Short Hills, N. J., will show slides of the Holy Land-, made from pictures she took. Members were asked to bring gifts for the children of Rivercrest pre ventorium, tabulating each gift for a bov or girl and indicating the age.