The Carnegie Herald, Wed., Jan. 17, 1940 Mrs. Adair, Former Carnegie Pastor, Is Killed In Wreck Services At Frederick And Cement Thurs.; 2 Others Die In Wreck Mrs. J.K. Adair, 46, of Frederick, former pastor of the Pentecostal Holiness church here, died Tuesday of a skull fracture received in an automobile collision near Snyder Monday in which her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lloyd Adair, 22, and Horace Overton, 50, were killed. J.K. Adair, 51, also a former Carnegie resident, is at his home in Frederick suffering from serious head injuries and his son, Lloyd Adair, 23, is in a serious condition in a Frederick hospital. The party was returning to Frederick from Clinton where Mrs. Adair had conducted a funeral Monday. The Adair family lived in Carnegie on two occasions, and Mrs. Adair was in charge of the Holiness church work here for a number of years. They also lived near Mountain View and at Cement. Funeral services for Mrs. J.K. Adair will be held at Frederick at 10 o'clock Thursday morning. Another service will be held at Cement at 2:30 p.m. where burial will be made. Mrs. Lloyd Adair was secretary in the office of the Clinton highschool. She and Mr. Adair were married on Christmas day, 1939, and she had not resigned her position. A number of Carnegie friends will go to Frederick for the final services Thursday evening.