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JOHNSTOWN WEEKLY TRIBUNE
JOHNSTOWN, PA
1910

5 Aug 1910
Submitted by Lynne Canterbury.

WILMORE WOMAN DEAD

Mrs. Irvin S. Pringle Succumbed on Monday to Tuberculosis

Wilmore, Aug. 4 -- Mrs. Bertha Pringle, aged twenty-nine, wife of Irvin S. Pringle, died at 10:40 o’clock Monday morning from tuberculosis. The funeral was held at the residence at 2 o’clock Wednesday afternoon, with burial to the United Brethren Cemetery.

Surviving with the husband are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Skiles, of Wilmore, and the following brothers and sisters: W. I. Skiles, of Wilmore, Mrs. Emma Dugan, of Portage; Mrs. Ella Wadsworth, of Gallitzin, and Mrs. Lizzie Blackburn, of near Wolfsburg, Bedford County. Two children of the deceased have been dead for several years.

PRINGLE REUNION AUGUST 26TH

Seanor, August 4. -- The reunion of the Pringle family this year will be held August 26th in George Flenner's grove, about a mile and a half from South Fork. An invitation has been extended to all the clan to attend the celebration.

YOUNG PEOPLE OF NORTH OF COUNTY KEEP
WEDDING A SECRET SINCE MAY.

Patton, Aug. 1. -- Announcement has just been made of the marriage in Pittsburg, May 10th, of Miss Mamie Jones, of Patton, and Willard A. Wilkinson, of Cresson. The young people will live in Cresson, where Mr. Wilkinson is a train dispatcher for the Pennsylvania Railroad. His bride had been working in the First National Bank at this place, resigning just last Saturday.


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