Sponenberg, James E.
James E. Sponenberg, Berwick Fanner, Dies Jamea E. Sponenberg, 75, died suddenly on Wednesday on hta farm. Berwick R. D. after a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Spon-enberg Spon-enberg Spon-enberg eelebraUd their 48th wedding wedding anniversary last September. Before taking op farming' Mr. Sponenberg was employed as a moulder for American Car and niMRrfw rVkmMfiv - t Rjtrwtrk plant. Ha was a member of the P. U. B. of A. and lirace iuineraa Church. T3.(4 m.m k I. art fa Ha 1mv tttCM children: Mrs. Doyle F. Myers of Spring City; Mrs. Adam Gearhart of Eaat Lewisburg; Mrs. Clyds KODinnon ana jars, uemusi nmi-mire, nmi-mire, nmi-mire, both of Berwick; three sisters, sisters, Mrsu Etta Wldger and Mrs. John Varner of Berwick and Mrs. Mattle Cace of Camden, and five brothers, Frank of Forty Fort; Louis and Hsrry of Briar Creek; Edward of Danville and Wallace o 1 nmllr R r 1 VI also leaves 10 grandchildren and six great granacnuurcu Services will be held at 2 Saturday Saturday afternoon at Kelchner's Funeral Home, Berwick, Rev. H. R. Shipe officiating. Interment in Pine Grove Cemetery.