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Obituary of MAUDE M. MILLER
Maude M. Miller was born November 15, 1896. She was the youngest child of a family of nine, six boys and three girls. She was converted and joined in the Methodist Church of Whitewater in the year 1914. Maude had been a sufferer for eighteen months, which finally took her to the hospital at Newton for an operation, where she died.

Her death was sudden and came as a surprise to relatives and friends alike, just blooming into womenhood; just when life is the sweetest, and when plans are the largest, and joy is living is the greatest.

Maude lived a Christian life, the best she knew, and was a constant attendant at the Sabbath School and Church. She leaves not only her relatives to mourn her loss, but her class mates in the Sunday School and a host of others to mourn her departure.

Flowers are beautiful and have a language of their own. But it is said, " Kind words can never die." Death has visited our city a number of times of late. We know not who will be the next. Let us give the Bouquets of Kind Words now, for we are quite sure they will be more greatly enjoyed when living than when one is dead.

Note: Maude Miller is the daughter of John Miller & Emily Robinson Miller they lived in Murdock township 

Transcribed and Contributed by llwool@aol.com

Last Updated:  Sunday, November 13, 2005 02:55:50

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