N DEATH OF MRS. ED. DRAPER
Mrs. Edward Draper answered the final summons last Friday morning, Sept. 8, after many'weeks of severe j suffering following a stroke>in June. I She had suffered a slight stroke be¬ fore Tbut the last one, left her practic¬ ally helpless and in great pain until death brought her relief. ■ ta'The funeral services were held at j the Elmore Church of Christ on Lord's yDay, afternoon, September 10, con¬ ducted by Rev. G. J. Knipple of Ellis- fton*assisted by Elder C. C. Maple of jthe Church of Christ. Burial was in Union cemetery.
p Pearl Elizabeth, youngest daughter iof Warren and Lydia Smith, was born Jnear Elmore July 12, 1881, and lived jher; entire life in this vicinity. She was married to Edward Draper No¬ vember 20, 1912, and to this union were born three children, two boys and a girl. The latter \preceded her mother in death, Pearl became a Christian when a young girl and al- Jways loved the house of God and the work.of the church. She was taken iserhrfely sick the 23rd of June and for Eleven weeks suffered until the i morning" of the|'8th of September, !}when she fell asleep at the age of 41 j yearsil;* month ^and 22 days. uShe leaves5 to mourn her loss her husband, t^q^oys, Warren age 9 and Edward age/^4* yeafs, her aged father, one brother, Jay D. Smith, and a host** relatives and friends.
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