Clipped From The Indiana Gazette
M*S. ftOSE STONtBRAKER B'-'HlLtMV, 75, of Indiana 3 died Monday, Sept. 21, 197D, at Indian Haven where she b-en a resident for the past y-ars. ! was one survivor. An A daughter of Adam and abeth Wyncoop Stbhebraker, wasborh Jan. 21, 1891, m Twp., Ihdiana County. Ijority Mrs. McPhilimy was a "fe- lgood tine resident of Indiana a d Was a member of UP Church. Indiana. | need it our Surviving are a sister, M fact H. (Emma) Shank, Marion Marion Center RD 2; a cousin. E. H. (Mae) Groft. Indiana 3 She was preceded in death her husband, Harry McPhilimy in 1)Â§7; a brother, Harry Stonefa: Stonefa: aker: and several brothers a- d sisters Who died in Friends will received from 24 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday at Richard T. Bell Funeral Home. Indiana, where services will hrld Wednesday at 3 p.m. Dr. John L. Kipf will officiate and interment Â«H) follow in Oakland Cemetery, Indiana.