Age 57, a lifetime Uniontown resident, died at 5:30 p.m. yesterday at St. Joseph's Hospital, Lewiston, of a heart attack. She had been taken to the hospital by ambulance, which was summoned at 4:48 p.m. The wife of Roy Moneymaker, whom she married September 27, 1938, at Uniontown, she had attended Uniontown schools. She was born January 24, 1912, at Uniontown, the daughter of Charles and Mary Heitstuman. She belonged to St. Boniface Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband and three sons, Daniel, David and Maurice Moneymaker of Uniontown; a sister, Mrs. Joseph (Colletta) Cox of Pullman; three brothers, John Heitstuman of Clarkston, Alfred and Norbert Heitstuman, Uniontown; and eight grandchildren. Requiem mass was celebrated at the St. Boniface Catholic Church with burial at the Uniontown Catholic Cemetery. The Rev. Fr. Aloysius Breznick officiated. Pallbearers were Robert Heitstuman, Pomeroy; Raymond Heitstuman, Eugene Heitstuman, all of Uniontown and William Cox, and Stanley Cox both of Pullman. Honorary bearers were Mrs. Marie Ricard, Mrs. Audrey Crow, Mrs. Lucina Oenning, Karen Schultheis, Hilda Marie Esser, Mrs. Vila Luy and Mrs. Dorothy Holland all of Uniontown; and Mrs. Patricia Esser, Genesse, Idaho. Vassar-Rawls Funeral Home of Lewiston was in charge of arrangements.