Olive Lydick Lucas obituary
MRS. OLIVE LYDIC LUCAS, Indiana resident for the past 60 years, passed away Saturday, September 8, at 1:53 a.m. in the In- diana Hospital. She was born July 2, 1873, in Plumville, a daughter of Benjamin F. and Jane Eliza-^. beth Shields Lydic. ~ She was the widow of Thomas St. Clair Lucas who died December 9, 1955. She is survived by one daughter Julia, wife of J. Freeman Bragg, Indiana; one son, Edwin D. Lucas, Ashland, O.; five granddaughters and five great grandchildren; three brothers, Harvey Lydic, Iowa City, Iowa; William T. Lydic, Pittsburgh; Wendell Si Lydic, Homer City; two sisters, Mrs. Nannie Nehrig, Homer City and Mrs. Mabel Cochran, Blairsville RD. Mrs. Luscas was a member of the First Presbyterian Church and of the Pound Class of the church. Friends will be received at the Hill Funeral Home, Church Street, after 7:00 p. m. today where services wil be conducted Monday, at 2:00 p.m. The Rev. James Bur-gj nett Reid will officiate. Interment \ will be in Greenwood Cemetery.