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THE WESTERN STAR, 31 January 1913
Mrs. Curtis B. Merrihew, Formerly of This City Dies in Bethany, Mo.

Word was received in this city this week of the death in Bethany, Mo., on Tuesday of last week of Mrs. Curtis B. Merrihew, who for a number of years was a resident of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Merrihew moved from this
city to Missouri about 8 years ago. During their residence here they won a host of friends. They were active in religious and social work of the city. Mrs. Merrihew was a woman of remarkable force and strength of character, her highest pleasures always being found in rewarding some kind of service for others. Many people here remember her for her many deeds of kindness and of genuine love for all with whom she was
associated. Mrs. Merrihew had been in poor health for some time. We are without further particulars of her death, but hope to print more extended account and obituary next week. The body was taken by the
bereaved husband to Maxwell, Iowa for burial. That is the home of the Merrihews. To the sorrowing husband and children the sincere sympathy of many friends is this city is extended.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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