Clipped From The Indiana Gazette
j MRS. MAE FETTERMAN AD. passed away May 12, 1959, in Hyattsville, Maryland, „„,„ *„..»,„ ,.„. o •„ T ,SSln P ? * ' ? 5 ' ^ .P" 108 1^ A ^n, ^' d . a t Ugh * £?;*' John ?«cl Mary Ann'King 'Fetterman, she had lived in a about Indiana, Pa., until 19^ when she went to Maryland. She was first married to Harry Grumbling, deceased, and later married George B. Adams, who is also deceased. She was,a member of Calvary Memorial N o n denominational Church in Riverdale, ,Md; Surviving are ;lotir : daughters: Mrs. Charles M. (Katharine), Hill Indiana; Mrs. MicbaeK(Mary "dtf len) Katlirt, New Kensington; Mrs. Frayne C. (Margarlt^ Lydipk, Memphis, Tenn.; MrE- Everett (Edna Grace) Gunther; (w It h whom -Mrs. Adams/ made her Home) Riverdale,'Maryland; three step sons: Clarence Adams, Home, Pa.; Melvin Adams,;. Sagertown, and John-Adams, New Kensington; Kensington; four brothers: Alfred N. and E. Guy Fetterman, both of IndL ana; Talmon Fetterman, RD 1, Home, -Pa., and Harry D. Fetterman. Fetterman. Houston', Texas; Mrs. Ida Fisher ters: three 'sis- and Mrs. . Zoe Smith, .both of Indiana; Mrs Viola Coikett, Erie. Ti.ere are' 13 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. grandchildren. Friends will be received at the Hill Funeral Home, Church Street, after- 7 p.m. today where services Will be held on Friday, May im at 2 p.m. The Rev. James I. FeT' terman will officiate and interment will follow in Greenwood Cemetery. Cemetery.