Had Been a Patient Sufferer For
Several Years — Funeral
Last Thursday forenoon, about o'clock, Mrs. Willett Dolgh quietly passed away after several years of a lingering illness. The cause of her death was tubercu¬ lar trouble and in spite of the ef¬ forts made to combat the disease she gradually grew worse until j the inevitable hour arrived. About two months ago she was brought from her home in Genoa to the home ot her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Dromgold, in Elmore, where she was given the best possible attention, but *the dis¬ ease had progressed too far to be checked and it was only a ques¬ tion of how? long her strength and vitality could endure the strain*
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Hosf~6T friends, j to iorsake her and] but to make her loss the | eenly- felt, To all who | ir well the memory of hei acts and lovable disposi-
helped ^riore knew 1 ■".kindly
tion will remain as a blessing and a real consolation.
The funeral was held at the home of her parents and was very largely attended. The Uoral offerings were the most beatttiful j •and extensive ewer seen in E-hnore and showed the respect acid es-: teem in which she was held. Kev. W. H. Willison of the'Chris- tian chmrch, Genoa, and a close friend of the family, preached the funeral sermosi, assisted by •Rev. Harford of Oak flarb<fr. The sermon was a message of hope -aad comfort 13 the sorrow¬ ing ones and helped to lessen the J grief over hcer sutden taking. It is .hard for man to comprehend | the ways of Providence at the [ best and when a mother in the prime of life is taken away from her three little cliildren it is easy
or " relatives 'mm fliers to feel
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