Greenwood County Kansas Obituaries

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Mrs. John S. Jones
Esther W. Ely Jones
Mrs. J.S. Jones died in Eureka at the home of her son, Joel P. Jones, Saturday, Nov. 9, 1907, aged 87 years three months and 29 days. Esther W. Ely was born in Portage county, Ohio, July 10, 1820. She was married to John S. Jones on Oct. 31, 1843. They resided in Cleveland until 1865 when they removed to Illinois and in 1870 they came to Greenwood county, Kansas. Here Mr. Jones resided until his death in 1897, and Mrs. Jones lived in Greenwood county 37 years.

To Mr. And Mrs. Jones were born nine children, four of whom survive their parents: Mrs. Joseph Stillwell, Mrs. Getta Andrews and Joel P. Jones of this county, and John Newton Jones of Washington.

Mrs. Jones united with the Christian church when only 15 years old and for three score years and ten she lived a useful and consistent Christian life.

Funeral services conducted by Rev. O.J. Law, pastor of the Christian church, were held at the home of Joel Jones Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. Interment was in Greenwood cemetery.

Contributed by Betty Ralph

Mr. John S. Jones
At his home on Honey Creek, six miles south of town, on Thursday evening, March 10, 1899, from heart failure, Mr John S. Jones, aged 83 years.

Mr. Jones' death was very sudden and unexpected, his health having been unusually good for some time past. He appeared quite well that day and Mrs. Jones left him at home alone for a short time. Soon after her return in the evening, he became prostrated with every indication of heart trouble. Assistance was summond and everything possible done to relieve him, but to no avail, and he died reclining in his chair.

Mr Jones was born in East Cleveland, Ohio, in 1815. He was married in 1845 to Esther Ely, who survives him, and removed with his family in 1865 to Illinois. Five years later he came to Kansas, settling on Honey Creek, in this county, where he resided until his death.

A wife and four children, two sons, Mr. Joel Jones, of Honey Creek, and Mrs. Newton Jones, of near Portland, Oregon - and two daughters Mrs. Joel Stilwell, of this city, and Mrs. Getta Andrews, of Honey Creek - survive him. He was an uncle of Mr H.S. Jones, of near this city.

Mr. Jones was one of the early settlers of Honey Creek and was well known and liked by all. He was a loving and dutiful husband and father, an obliging neighbor, and his demise is the source of deep sorrrow among all who knew him.

Funeral Services, conducted by Rev. W.E. Bobbit, pastor of the Christian church, were held at the late home Saturday morning. Interment followed in the afternoon in Greenwood cemetery.

Contributed by Betty Ralph

Clark P. Jones
Death of Clark Jones
Mr. Clark P. Jones, whose serious illness resultant from a wound received from a rusty nail was mentioned last week, died at 9 o'clock Saturday morning, October 19, 1895. The funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the home of Joe Stilwell, where the death occurred. Services were conducted by Elder W.E. Bobbitt, in the presence of a large number of friends of the deceased and family.

Clark P. Jones was born at Mineral, Bureau county, Illinois, in 1867. When three years of age he came to Kansas with his parents, located on Honey Creek in this county, and has since resided there. On October, 2nd, 1889, he was married to Miss Anna Broddle, who, with three children, survives him. Besides his immediate family Mr. Jones leaves an aged father and mother as well as numerous other relatives.

Contributed by Betty Ralph

Jesse Allen Jenne
Jesse Allen Jenne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Francis Jenne, was born at Virgil, Kansas, Oct. 28, 1876. He lived as a boy at Virgil where he was converted in a Salvation Army meeting and joined the Methodist church at Virgil at the age of 11 years and remained a loyal and devoted member of the Methodist church to the time of his death in Eureka November 11, 1942.

As a boy in school he came to Eureka where most of his life since that time has been spent. He attended Southern Kansas Academy here in Eureka and while playing in a football game with Wichita high school received the injury which handicapped him ever since. He was paralyzed for quite a period following his injury but recovered, so he live a rather active life of service up until the past few years.

On December 3, 1899, he was married to Miss Lulu Bays. To this union two children, low living, were born, Mrs. Nellie King, of 1716 N. Edgemont, Hollywood, Calif., and William Harold of Phillips, Texas. The grandchildren are Mrs. James Simpson and Miss Janice Jenne, and he leaves a great-grandson, James Simpson III. He is survived by a brother, Robert A. Jenne of Eureka, and a sister, Mrs. Minnie Warford, of Fall River.

Contributed by Betty Ralph

Mrs. R.A. Jenne
Ira Jane Bowdle
Ida Jane Bowdle was born April 28, 1875, at Centerview, Missouri, to David and Amanda Bowdle. She attended the Normal School at Warrensburg, Missouri, and upon graduation came to Kansas. She taught at Grenola and then at Virgil. She was married to Robert A. Jenne at Virgil November 5, 1899. To this union four children were born.

At an early age she united with the Cumberland Presbyterian church in Centerview, Missouri, transferring her membership to the Methodist church at Grenola and then to Eureka. She has always been active in church work as a Sunday school teacher and as an officer in various organizations.

She died Tuesday evening, March 18, 1947, at her home at 316 S. Mulberry. The funeral service was held this afternoon at the Methodist church. Burial was in Greenwood cemetery.

She is survived by her husband, two children, Mrs. O.H. Ralph of Russell, Kansas, and Mrs. A.J. Strobel of Topeka; four grandchildren, Bob, Thurlow, and Harlan Ralph of Russell and Carol Ann Strobel of Topeka; one niece, Mrs. Ted R. Krohn of Wichita Falls, Texas; and one nephew, Leland Jones of Webster Groves, Mo.

Funeral service was held Thursday, March 20, at the Methodist church, with the Rev. A.W. Johnson in charge.

Contributed by Betty Ralph

John Smith
A Former Kansan Dies Suddenly
From the clippings of the Byers,Colorado paper John Smith, expert mechanic well known in this community, was found dead by his wife early Monday morning April 6 of this week. The evening previous Mr. Smith and two sons William and Arlie, had been out to the Henry Heyde ranch and upon returning home late in the evening the boy entered their home their father assuring them that he would join them soon. Time went on and Mrs. Smith his wife became worried because of his long stay. She went in search of her husband finding him dead at their yard gate.

Mr. Smith had been troubled with his heart for sometime past and it is thought his death was the result of heart failure.

John W. Smith was the youngest son of Stokes H. Smith and Martish. Smith was born at Hamilton Kansas July 24, 1892 and departed this life April 5, at Byers, Colo, age 38 years, 7 months 12 days.

He was a very energetic man posessed of many splendid qualities everyone who knew him liked him. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife and six children three sisters Mrs. Carrie Balson of Hamilton Kansas. Mrs. Mary Crooks and Mrs. Nevada Schwint both of Quincy Kansas also several neices and nephews and many other relatives and friends. He served in the Malitia when a boy and was a member of the Modern Woodman at the time of his death.

Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church at 2 p m. Thursday April 9, Rev Schell officiating, interments were held in the Byers Cemetery. The entire community sympathizes with the sorrowing family. All Byers business houses were closed during the funeral services.

Mr. Smith formerly lived between Quincy and Toronto and moved to Byers Colorado about 15 years ago.

Contributed by Debbie Wafford

Clay Lynn Waford
Wichita Eagle Beacon Jan 5, 1966
Clay Lynn Waford, 73, of 1509 E Waterman, auctioneer, died Tuesday.

Services will be at 3:30pm Thursday at Downing Mortuary Downtown. Burial will be in Whichta Park Cemetery.

He was born at Hamilton Kan., and lived here 52 years.

Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Clema George and Mrs. Maggie Kelly, Wichita.

Contributed by Debbie Wafford

Cleo Young (nee) Waford
Cleo Young, 68, 50-Year Resident of Wichita, Dies
Mrs. Cleo (Waford) Young, 68, of 1509 E. Waterman, died Friday in St. Francis Hospital. She was a 50-year resident of Wichita.

Born Oct. 21, 1892 at Hamilton, Kan., she came to Wichita in 1910. She was married to Charles Young at Newton, Kan., May 19, 1909. He died in 1943.

Mrs. Young was a member of Zion Methodist Church and Rose Hill, Kan., chapter of Order of Eastern Star.

Survivors include a brother, Clay Waford, 1215 N. Emporia, and two sisters, Mrs. Clema George, 1411 Lulu, and Mrs. Margaret Kelly, 1509 E. Waterman. Funeral services will be held at 2 P.M. Tuesday at Downing Mortuary, with Rev. Ernest A Hull, pastor of Zion Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Wichita Park Cemetery.

Contributed by Debbie Wafford

Miss Effie R. Osborn
At the home of the family, in Lane township, this county, on Sunday, December 5th, 1886, at 9 o'clock a.m., of typhoid malaria. Miss Effie R., eldest daughter of J.H. and M. Osborn.

The funeral services, conducted by the Rev. D.F. Holtz, pastor of the M.E. church at Virgil, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Howel, pastor of the U.B. church at that place, were held on Monday following at the M.E. church. The church was crowded to its utmost capacity with relatives and friends assembled there to pay their last respects to the deceased.

This dispensation of Providence falls heavily upon the bereaved parents and entire community. The deceased was a patient, consistent Christian, a member of the M.E. church, and an exemplary young lady in every respect. She gave promise of much usefulness in both church and society circles. Miss Ellie was possessed of a kind and forgiving spirit. She had not enemies, only friends. The parents have heartfelt sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement.

Contributed by Betty Ralph

Mrs. Rev. Paul Hendrickson
10 Dec 1886 Eureka Herald
Mrs. Rev. Paul Hendrickson died at her home near Climax Friday night of last week. Her death was sudden and very unexpected, as she was sick but a very short time. Her bereaved husband has the sympathy of a large circle of friends.

Contributed by Betty Ralph

Mrs. Jane Bennett
28 Jan 1887 - Eureka Herald
Bennett - At the residence of her son, Benson S. Bennett, Esq., in this city on Monday, January 24th, 1887, at 11:10 o'clock p.m., of paralysis, Mrs. Jane Bennett, aged 78 years, 8 months and 18 days. The funeral services, conducted by the Rev. C.R. Rice, were held at the M.E. church at 2 o'clock p.m. on Wednesday and were largely attended by the friends of the deceased and family

Contributed by Betty Ralph

Mrs. Belle Hubbard
18 Oct 1895 Democratic Messenger
Mrs. Belle Hubbard, wife of F.W. Hubbard, died at the family home in this city, Saturday, October 12th. The funeral was held Sunday at the Methodist Church.

Contributed by Betty Ralph

Annie Norris
18 Oct 1895 Democratic Messenger
Miss Annie Norris, of Salem, aged 25 years, died Sunday, October 13th, of consumption. Funeral services were held Monday.

Contributed by Betty Ralph

Eureka Democratic Messenger, Sept. 4, 1930
George Madison Montgomery, a pioneer citizen of Greenwood County, was born April 25, 1848, in Jefferson County, Ohio, and departed this life August 29, 1930, at Neal, Kansas at the age of 82 years, 4 months and 3 days.

Mr. Montgomery served his country as a soldier in the Union Army in the Civil War of 1861-65, enlisting in Company B. 185th Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, serving until the close of the war when he received honorable discharge.

He was united in marriage to Emily Bliss in the state of Ohio. Seven children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery.

The family moved to Kansas in the 1884, and Mr. Montgomery had resided continuously in Greenwood County since that time, living for a time near Quincy, later at Neal.

Surviving are four sons, William, Albert, Jim and John and two daughters, Mrs. Lizzie Jenne and Mrs. Dora Miller, grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son Charles and his wife.

He was a member of the Christian Church for 40 years and a good neighbor and friend.

Interment was made at Toronto Cemetery.

Submitted by

Charlotte Lyon (Mrs. Frank)
1 Feb 1895
Mrs. Charlotte Lyon, wife of Mr. Frank Lyon, died Sunday evening at 5 o'clock, at her home on Honey Creek. The deceased was a most estimable woman, and her death, which was quite sudden, being preceded by a very brief illness, was a shock to her relatives and friends. She was a sister of Mrs. John Jones, of Honey Creek.

Contributed by Betty Ralph

Mrs. Emma Dungan nee Swann
Emma Swann
Final rites for Mrs Emma Dungan were held when Mass was celebrated by father Van der Grinten on April 14 in St. Francis church. Mrs Dungan died April 9 at the home, 1950 NW 16th after an illness of two weeks.

As Emma Swann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Neal Swann, Mrs Dungan was born near Minerva, IA on Jan 20, 1868. She spent her girlhood in Greenwood County KS, where she was married to William Thomas Dungan. They moved to OK in 1908 and lived until 1920 at McAlester, when they came to Oklahoma City. She had been a member of St Francis parish since that time and had been active in work in St Joseph's orphanage.

Survivors are her husband, at the home address, two daughters and two sons. The daughters are Mrs Anna Jones, city, and Mrs Dolly Dutschke, Tracy, CA. Sons, Robert N Dungan, Long Beach CA, and WV Dungan, city. Also two brothers and two sisters, Charles Swann, Hamilton, KS, John Swann, Humboldt, KS, Mrs Hattie Adkins, Emporia, KS and Mrs Amanda Wilson of Tulsa. There are also four grandsons, one grandaughter and two great grandchildren, surviving Mrs Dungan.

Interment was in Memorial Park and bearers were Louis and William Jones, grandsons, Hugh Gordon, George Kersendorfer, William Winters and Paul Crail.

Contributed by Debbie Wafford

Mrs. Elta A. Able nee Swann
Elta Ann Swann
ABLE, Corpus Christi Times, Mon. June 25, 1979
Mrs Elta A Able of 10721 Westwood Street of Corpus Christi, passed away at 1am Saturday at her home.

She was born in Neal, Kansas and had been a resident of Corpus Christi since 1949. She was a housewife and a member of the Second Baptist Church.

Survivors include her husband, Mr. Wm G Able of Corpus Christi, one son, Mr William G Able of Houston; one daughter, Mrs Kay Haley, Robstown; two brothers, Ollen Swann, Burton, KS, Oliver Swann, Chicago, IL; six grandchildren.

Funeral services will be conducted at 2pm Tuesday at the Cage-Mill Downtown Chapel with Rev JH Wright of the Second Baptist Church and Bro Wayne Pemberton of Calallen Baptist Church officiating. Interment will follow in the Memory garden Cemetery.

Active pallbearers will be, Harold Miller, Fred Harvey, Layton Haley, Glen Able, Mark Haley and Cliff Able.

In lieu of flowers, family request donations may be made to the American Cancer Society of the South Texas Children's Home in Beeville, Texas.

Cage-Mills Downtown Chapel

Contributed by Debbie Wafford

Charles F Garrett
Graveside services for Charles F Garrett, 74, of 2014 1/2 So Owyhee, who died Monday evening in a hospital, will be conducted Thursday afternoon at Morris Hill. Rev Walter Luttmann will officiate. The cortege will leave Summers Chapel at 2pm.

Mr Garrett was born April 25, 1887, at Hamilton, KS and married Edna Ellen Sterling at Dakota City, NE on April 9, 1929. They moved to Idaho from Nebraska three years ago. He was a retired farmer. Mr Garrett was a member of St Paul Lutheran Church.

Survivors include his wife, Edna Ellen Garrett of Boise, two daughters, Mrs Paul Lindgren and Mrs Marvin Nieman, both of Boise; three brothers, Otis Garrett of Sharon KS, Stuart McDivitt of Keystone, South Dakota and Price Wilson of Cheyenne, WY; two sisters, Mrs Herbert Johnson of Tulsa, OK and Mrs Muriel Parsons of Long Beach, CA and eight grandchildren.

Contributed by Debbie Wafford

Mrs. Sarah Wilson
Died on Tuesday November 15th 1887 of typhoid fever after an illness of five weeks, Mrs Sarah Wilson, of this county. The deceased was born in Fayette County Indiana, Feb. 15, 1823, and was at her death nearly 65 years of age; she had been a resident of Greenwood county for a number of years, and had a wide circle of acquaintances to mourn her loss and extend sympathy to the bereaved children. The funeral took place Wed. afternoon and the remains were interred in the Virgil Cemetery.

Contributed by Debbie Wafford

Nora A. Crooks
Wichita Eagle, Jul 30, 1997
Crooks, Nora A., 81, homemaker, died Tuesday, July 29, 1997. Service 2 p.m. Friday, Quincy (Kan.) Cemetery. Survivors: sons, Charles, Earl, both of Wichita, Jerry of Fair Oaks, Calif., Francis of Eureka, Jackie of Council Grove; daughters, Donna McGrew of Delaware, Okla., Violet Leach of Clearlakes Oaks, Calif., Mary Hanson of Spearman, Texas, Judy Adcock of Florence, Beverly Gravatt of Eureka; brothers, Albert Smith of Eureka, Frankie Smith of Wichita; sister, Ella Culberson of Madison; 42 grandchildren; 41 great-grandchildren; four great-great-grandchildren. Memorial has been established with Kansas State University Center for Basic Cancer Research. Campbell-Kelley Funeral Home.

Contributed by Debbie Wafford

Margaret E. Henderson
Mrs. Orr Henderson
Mrs. Henderson Dead
Margaret E. Henderson, wife of Orr Henderson, died at the home of her son, W. H. Henderson, of Bachelor township, Aughust 18th, 1899.

The deceased was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, December 25th, 1830; moved with her parents to Warren, Trumble county, Ohio, in 1833. At the age of ten she joined the Presbyterian church and was married to Orr Henderson, April 28th 1853. She came to Greenwood county in 1881, and united with the M. E. church, of which organization she was a member at the time of her death. The deceased leaves a husband, one daughter, and three sons to mourn her departure. Mrs. L. D. Babcock, of Santa Rosa, California; J. F. and J. K. Henderson, of Oklahoma, and Wm. Henderson, of Bachelor township are the names of the children.

Many will call her blessed when they remember her pure, spotless and holy life. Grandma Henderson was a christian of the best type and a woman of deep piety, and by exemplifying her profession of Christ around the family altar, it has left an impression upon the minds of husband and children that cannot be erased. How we miss her! Her place cannot be filled. We see the silver lining of the cloud, when we know she is at home with her blessed Saviour, free from all care. Her interest in the young was beautiful; always ready to aid them by her prayers, counsel and advice. The church and world are poorer, but heaven is richer, by the departure of Sister Henderson.

In her sickness she suffered much, yet dreaded not its consequences. When the shadows were gathering about her, and she knew the end was nigh, she was only brought into a fuller realization of some of the precious promises of God. "Be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life." Her parting blessings were comforting and edifying, as she delivered them to her family, speaking of a resting place with the redeemed people.

To the surviving and desolate husband, who mourns his incomparable loss, and to the children, who miss the love and advice of a mother, we commend them to Him whose mission it is to "bind up the broken-hearted."

The funeral services were conducted by the writer at the residence of Wm. Henderson in Bachelor township, and the remains were laid to rest in Greenwood cemetery to await the time when "the trumpet shall sound, and all who are in their graves shall come forth."
-- Fred Comber


There was no meeting at the schoolhouse Saturday. Everybody attended the funeral services of Grandma Henderson. Rev. Comber, of Eureka, preached a good sermon. Dr. Spalding, Mrs. Spalding and Miss Ada Spalding, of Toronto, were at the funeral.

Rev. Comber preached an excellent sermon Sunday afternoon at the Wells schoolhouse, also one at Union in the evening.

Mrs. Orr Henderson, better known as Grandma Henderson, died last Friday afternoon at the home of her son, Wm. Henderson. Her sons were here from Oklahoma. Poor old Grandpa feels his loss deeply. The entire township, as well as all her relatives, mourn the loss of a kindly old lady. She was widely known as a good christian woman. She has gone to Heaven.

Farewell, dear mother, 'tis hard to part;
Still in God's ways delight;
And grace and peace will be with you
Till we in Heaven meet.

We part, though often here we met
And felt a great delight.
Then let us hope to meet in Heaven,
Where we shall never part.

But when we meet in Heaven above,
With joy we'll all unite
To sing of Christ's redeeming love,
And never say "Goodbye."

Contributed by Scott Ives

John Howard Hill
A pall of sorrow was cast over the community on last Friday when the word was received that John Howard Hill had passed away.

Mr. Hill was a true friend to all who knew him and his death brought a pang to many hearts.

He was born in Brazil, Indiana, February 24, 1856 and departed this life November 30th, 1928. Age 72 years 9 months and 6 days.

At an early age he moved with his parents to Olathe, Kansas, where he grew to manhood. Later he moved to Eureka, Kansas, where he was united in marriage to Emma Olson, October 23, 1884.

They moved to their present home near Gage, Oklahoma, December, 1905.

He is survived by his wife, five daughters, Mrs. R. O. Schaub; Mrs. C. R. Drake; Grace and Myrtle of Gage and Mrs. Wm McMillan of Independence, Mo., and two sons Ashford and Quimby of Gage, all of whom were with him at the time of his death.

He also leaves five grandchildren, six brothers and one sister.

He lived a conscientious upright life, a loyal friend, a devoted husband and father and a good neighbor.

Funeral services were conducted at the home by Rev. Collier of the Baptist Church December 2 and the body was laid to rest beside his parents in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery at Gage.

The Floral tributes were most beautiful and numerous.

The bereaved family have the sincere sympathy of all.

Contributed by Betty Ralph

Mrs. Emma Hill
Emma May Olson Hill
Emma May Olson eldest daughter of Andrew and Johannah Olson was born May 8th, 1866 at Saint Paul, Kans., at that time known as Osage Mission. Later moving with her parents to Greenwood County, Kans. where she grew to womanhood on a farm near Eureka, Kans.

She was united in Marriage October 23rd, 1884, to John Howard Hill. To this union were born six daughters and two sons, the eldest dying in infancy.

The family came to Oklahoma by covered wagon arriving at their new home two and one half miles east of Gage December 25, 1905 where they lived until after her husband's death November 30th, 1928, when they moved to a home in South Gage.

She is survived by five daughters: Clara A. Schaub, Canon City, Colo.; Ruth M. Ball, Cena A. Drake of Gage Okla.; Grace E. Norman, Amarillo, Texas and Myrtle B. Bish of Gage, Okla. Two sons, Ashford H. Hill of Friona, Texas and Quimby H. Hill of Miles City, Mont. One sister, Cena A. Baker, Gage, Okla; two brothers John H. Olson, Richmond, Calif., Ben. H. Olson of Canon City, Colo. Six grandchildren and six great grandchildren as well as many other relatives and a host of friends.

She was a member of the Gage Methodist Church.

Mrs. Hill lived a busy happy life and was a wonderful wife, mother, and friend.

She departed this life at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J.E. Norman of Amarillo, Tex., November 12, 1949 at the age of 83 years, 6 months and 4 days.

Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Floyd Conaway at the Methodist Church Tuesday afternoon, and burial was in Gage cemetery.

Contributed by Betty Ralph

Hannah Olson
Hannah Olson was born in Norway, March 14, 1841, and departed this life July 21, 1927, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Cena Whipple, with whom she had lived for ten years.

She came to America with her parents when sixteen years of age.

They settled in New Denmark, Wisconsin. She was united in marriage to Andrew Olson and lived in Wisconsin until 1865 when they moved to St. Paul, Kansas, living there until 1874. They then came to Greenwood County and settled on a homestead near Eureka. Her husband's health failing they moved to Eureka where he died in 1903.

At the age of fourteen, she was confirmed in the Lutheran church, but later united with the Seventh Day Adventists.

She was a conscientous faithful christian, a devoted mother, and a loyal friend, loved by all who knew her.

She was a mother of nine children, four have preceded her in death. Her surviving children: Oby of Chandler, Okla., Mrs. J. H. Hill of Gage, Okla., Ben of Penrose, Colorado, Mrs. Cena Whipple and John Olson of Eureka. All were with her in her last illness. She also leaves nineteen grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren.

Funeral Services were conducted at the home at 2:00 p.m. Saturday by Rev. Aalborg, pastor of the Adventist Church of Wichita, Kansas. She was laid to rest beside her husband and son in the Star Cemetery.

"A precious one from us is gone.
A voice we love is stilled.
A place is vacant in our home,
Which never can be filled."

Mr. John Hill, son Quinby, and daughter, Mrs. R.O. Schaub of Gage, Oklahoma, and Mrs. Gertrude E. Olson and family of Guthrie, Okla., were here to attend the funeral.

Contributed by Betty Ralph

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