(Died Sep 25, 1975--)


  Mrs. John C. (Ada) Bingham of 331 W. Walnut St., Princeton, died Thursday evening at Gibson General Hospital after an illness of several weeks.  She was born near Owensville Sept. 7, 1881, and had her birthday recently at the hospital.

  She had resided in Princeton most of her married life, where Mr. Bingham, in his later years served 4 terms as Gibson County Treasurer. He passed away in 1960.  She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, where she taught Sunday School and was President of the Missionary Society and spent much time in later years in various Missionary projects and supported two Korean boys.

  Mrs. Bingham was a daughter of the late A. J. (Uncle Jack) Spore, as he was known, and Alice Fravel Spore of Owensville.

  One daughter, Genevieve, died in infancy in 1921.  Survivors are a sister Elsie O. Smith, a niece Gladys Cunningham of Fort Branch, nephews Robert Spore, Evansville and Gerald Spore, Bloomington, and several great nieces and nephews.

  Funeral services were held Saturday at Kendall Funeral Home in Princeton with Rev. Jack. B. Haskins officiating.  Burial was in White Church Cemetery.