CATHERINE BELL FUNERAL SUNDAY
ELMORE, April 14.—Mrs. Cath¬ erine Bell, 76, native resident of Elmore, died Thursday at. 10:30 pt m. In her home here after beinj\
seriously ill several weeks.
Funeral services will be Sunday[ at 2:30 p. m.' from the Trinity! Methodist Episcopal church with| the Rev. G. C. Dihert officiating.' . m Interment Will be in Union ceme- V"^ tery, Elmore. The Sabroske-Myers; - funeral home is in charge. ; ^jf
Surviving are: one daughter, Vg Mrs. Melvin Fought, of Lindsey;! N four brothers, George and Sheri- v dan Sams, of Toledo, Clarence ^v Sams, of Whitmore Lake, Mich., VN and Edward Sarns, of Largo, Fla.; X, and one sister, Mrs. Alice Day, of Thayer, Kan. J ff "*a ,
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