Clipped From Harrisburg Telegraph
MRS. KATIE A. HOLLINGER Mrs. Katie Ann Hollinger, 79, widow of the Rev. A. K. Hollinger, former pastor of the Hummel Street Church of the Brethren, died today at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wilmer H. Irvin, 1837 Boas street. She is survived by four daughters, daughters, Mrs. Irvin, Mrs. Clarence M. Railing, Renova; Mrs. Elmer Van Scyoc, Shippensburg, and Mrs. Charles Boyer, Harrisburg; three sons, Samuel A., Elmer H., and Herman O. Hollinger, all of Harrisburg; Harrisburg; twenty - two grandchildren; grandchildren; nine great - grandchildren; one brother, Abram Heagy, Harrisburg; Harrisburg; two sisters, Mrs. Lucy Hayes, Carlisle, and Mrs. Harry Thomas, Harrisburg. She was a member of the Hummel Hummel Street Church of the Brethren. Brief services will be held at l.SOgJ.jm. Saturday at the home of Mrs ilrvin. Further services will be at 2J10 p. m. at the Hummel Hummel Street Church. The Rev. J. A. Whitacre, Philadelphia, former pastor of the church, will officiate, assisted by the Rev. Lewis H. Brumbaugh, present pastor. Burial Burial will be in Paxtang Cemetery. Friends may call at the home from 7 to 9 p. m. Friday.