Joseph C. Uber, former
employee of the P. and L. E. Railroad died at 5:40 p.m. yesterday [22 Aug
1948], in his home on Campbell St., Masury, after an illness of several
years duration. He was 73.
Mr. Uber was born Dec. 21, 1874 in Blacktown, a son of Benjamin
and Minerva Carpenter Uber. He
had lived in Masury since 1917. Prior
to that he lived in the Shenango Valley and for a number of years was
watchman at the P. and L. E. crossing in this city.
He was a member of the Central Church of Christ and the
Sharon lodge of the Knights of Pythias.
His wife Lalie Peters Uber, died a
number of years ago.
Survivors are two daughters, Miss
Elizabeth Uber, at home, and Mildred,
wife of Abe Zelman, Cleveland; a son,
Albert, Bedford, O., two brothers, A.T. Uber,
Sharon, and M.E. Uber, Hubbard; two sisters,
Alice, wife of Thomas Johns, Farrell, and Pearl,
wife of George Keffer, Trenton, N.J.; four
grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
August 23, 1948
Submitted by Dorothy