Lillie May Ridenour Buda Obit
BUDA l.illio Mav Ridoiionr Huda. wife of S. ! Hilda of Lost t rock, roll nsltvp in Jesus, Ootol r 51. IMS. She was Ixom June pth, ISiiS, in the house in whith hor spirit llexl. In early years ho gave hor heart lo the Master son ice and bx-camo bx-camo bx-camo a moinlxor of the Lost Crook Lutheran church. After her niarrinpx, Sept. 20. 1SSS, she trans ferred hor membership to the Lost Crock rresbytorinn church, in which she was a faithful and consistent member. She leaves to mourn departure, a loxing husband, fixe daughters, Iva Fonlham of Antwerp. lVnlnh IV Ritlononr. Kdgenon. lora h c F Wiloxxy. laxsl Cr'k. Ruth Grnndy, Ftlgorton. and little daughter llo l.iKne; two grsitidsons, txxo grand-. grand-. grand-. datiKhier. father and mother. Mr. and Mr, laxnian Ridenour. one broth-' broth-' broth-' er Fllis Ridenour, two sisters. Mrs. Dlam he Sleesman, and Mr, lna Sin- Sin- del.- del.- Ixositlo neighbor am! friend I without number. In the passing of ' Mrs. Hilda, the church lost a faithful and efficient worker. Noighlxois round her a wise counselor, a sympathetic Mend, a lender, loxing mother. Fun i oral services were hold at the old homestead, near ihe laxsi Crook Fres hxtorian church, Sunday afternoon nl I so o'clock. October 27. Music was furnished by a quartet itxmmxed of Mrssrs Floyd Rit hartlson, Ralph Richardson. Richardson. Orloy Knsign and Waixl Kn-sign. Kn-sign. Kn-sign. with Mrs. Floyd Richardson ai the piano. The pong were those deceased deceased had loved so much to hoar.