Clipped From The Indiana Gazette
ARAMINTA CRIBBS McPHTLlMX widow of George S. McPhilimy, died in the home of her daughter, Mrs, Annabelle Lydic of Clarksburg, Sunday morning at 6:00 o' clock. She was a daughter of the late Benjamin F. and Emrna E. (Ferguson) Cribbs and was born November 7th., 1871. She lived her entire life in the vicinity -of Clarksburg. She was an active worker in Presbyterian religious or- the Clarksburg Church, with which ganization she early in life. became a member She is survived by one son, Frank S., McPhilimy of Indiana; three daughters, Mrs. Tillie McKee of Saltsburg, Alma V. Rose of Salts($ burg, R. D. 1 and Annabelle Lydis, mentioned above. Ten grandchildren one brother, D. D. Cribbs of Edri, R. D., and three sisters; Mrs. William Henry of Livermore; Mrs. Jol.n Lowman, ElPaso, Texas and Mrs. John Hart of Lakeland, Flor" ida, also survive. Friends are being received in the Robinson Funeral Home, Saltsburg where services will be conductec Tuesday afternoon, May 22nd., a' 2:30 o'clock. Interment in Clarks- burg Cemetery. Reverend William M. McElwain and Doxtor D. D. Dodds will officiate.