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THE WESTERN STAR, 22 March 1919
Obituary of MILDRED SNOW
Mrs. Mildred Snow.

Mrs. Mildred Snow died on March 14 at her home in Kansas City. She is survived by her husband and two children, a daughter, five years old and a baby one week old. After the baby was born Mrs. Snow suffered an attack of the flu, followed by pneumonia, which proved fatal. Many Coldwater people will recall Mrs. Snow, who before her marriage was Miss Mildred Zimmerman. She lived with her parents in this city for several years. She is a sister of Fred Zimmerman of this city, also of Mrs. Eugene Willard, formerly Miss Mabel Zimmerman. Mrs. Snow's many friends here will learn with much regret of her untimely death. It was her request that her children be placed in charge of her sister, Mrs. Willard, hence Mr. and Mrs. Willard are planning to move soon from Napoleon, Ohio, to Kansas City and make their home there.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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