Mary Doxon obit part 2

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Mary Doxon obit part 2 - public county, her first term being in White...
public county, her first term being in White Rock. They located on their homestead west of Lovewell. It is the farm occupied now by Robert Scrivner. In the log cabin on this homestead her ten children were born, five of whom preceded her in death. Like her lifelong friend, Mrs. Lovewell, in the days that tried men's souls, her heart and hands administered the comfort and service they could possibly give where needed". " All along the way, marked by fifty-four of her life's milestones on the White Rock, did Mary Doxon raise unto herself tKe .•surest memorial, for the memory of her deeds, her ministering to -the sick and afflicted, her courage which calmed the fears of them less courageous, will live through the generations, a tale of Kansas frontier life, ix tale of the bringing of the East out West, the conquest of the prairies. She leaves to mourn her loss, her aged hu.sband and her daughter, Mrs. Leoco, four sons, Bert and Charlie of Fornioso, Kansas, 'John of Quinter, Kansas, and Lovewell of Auburn, Washington, 26 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held from the M. E. church in Lovewell, con­ ducted by the pastor, G. C. Milner, assisted by the Rev. Mr. Freeman of the Brethren church, April 20, 1928. She was buried in the Fairview cemetery. »-f-. -, Marriages Hubka-Kuchera A beautiful spring wedding occured at the office of the Probate Judge at Belleville, Kansas, On Wednesday, April 18, 1928, when Miss Emma Hubka, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hubka of Munden, Kansas, was united in marriage to Mr. Edward Kuchera, son of Mr. and Mrs. Antofi Kuch- cra of Narka, Kansas. The brida's sister. Miss Blanche Hubka was her attendant, and Milo Skala acted as best man. The bride looked charming in a dress of blue satin with an ensemble of all-over Spanish silk lace of silver and blue. The bridesmaid looked dainty in a dress of salmon rose flat crepe. A wedding dinner was served at the immediate relatives on Sunday,

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  1. The Belleville Telescope,
  2. 26 Apr 1928, Thu,
  3. Page 23

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