Woman Drowns At Freeland Mary Sarna (1865-1951)
Woman At Freeland Mrs. George Sarna, 93, who resided resided the past month with her son-in-law son-in-law son-in-law son-in-law son-in-law -nd -nd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Gabuzda, of 899 Centre street, Freeland, was found drowned drowned this morning about 10:30 in a water-filled water-filled water-filled stripping at Woodside, near Freeland. According to Deputy Coroner John Jurica the drowning was apparently apparently accidental. Andrew Kushner, of Youngs-town, Youngs-town, Youngs-town, Drifton, first noticed the body floating in the water and immediately immediately summoned neighbors who contacted Freeland police and state police. In the meantime, men from nearby nearby hurried to the scene and one of the group, identified as Dinty Hughes, dived in and brought the woman ashore. She was given artificial respiration respiration and a pulmotor from the Jeddo Highl. nd Coal Co. was used. Mrs. Sarna's husband ! died about five years ago. She was a member of St. John's R. C. church, Freeland. Prior to establishing her residence residence with Mrs. Gabuzda, Mrs. Sarna resided for almost six years with another daughter, Mrs. Mich ael Remak, of 709 Main street, Freeland. Children surviving are: Mrs. Anna Remak, of Freeland, present ly a patient in a hospital at Washington, Washington, D. C; John Sarna, of Free-land; Free-land; Free-land; Mrs. Stephen Gabuzda, with whom she resided; and Andrew, of Upper Lehigh.