| 1 Oscar Walters on: |
- No Issue
- Lillie Jane Buss
- Edmond Buss
- Henry Emil Buss
- Campbell Freemont Buss
- Rosa A. E. Buss
1/2 Wilson Franklin Buss
1/2 Eleanor Buss
1/2 Clinton M. Buss
Burial:Easton Heights Cemetery, Easton, Northampton County, Pa
Easton Express, Monday, June 10, 1918, Page 5
Poison Fatal To Bride
Mrs. Alice Buss Walters, Wedded Four Weeks Ago, Died in Philadelphia
Mrs. Alice Walters, wife of Oscar R. Walters a bride of four weeks, di ed on Saturday at her home, No. 200 North Fifty-third street, Philadelphi a, of Ptomaine poison. She was a daughter of the late Mr. And Mrs. Matthi as Buss, of Easton, and was formerly employed in the cloak department of H ess Bros. Allentown.
A week ago, while on an outing at Willow Grove, Mr. And Mrs. Walter parto ok of luncheon of which roast beef sandwiched were a part. Mr. Walters rem arked that the meat did not taste quite right, but his wife stated what s he was told it was fresh. Both became ill afterward, and the physician w ho attended them stated that they suffered from ptomaine poisoning. The hu sband recovered, but Mrs. Walters, who had previously not been feeling wel l, became critically ill and expired despite all efforts made to save h er live.
She leaves her husband, who was formerly in business in Allentown; a siste r, Mrs. David C. Lerch, of Easton and three brothers, Clinton, Campbell a nd Wilson Buss of Easton. The body will be removed to the home of her sist er, Mrs. Lerch, No. 416 McCartney Street, College Hill, where the funer al services will be held tomorrow afternoon.