Mrs William W Johnson, Nee Nellie Constance Doud
In he 4-5. a a a to together with the mother. aa machla- Mr. Wm. W. Johnson. Mrs. William W. Johnson, aged 76 years, died at the home of her daugh ter.. Mrs. D,iandesr 2311 Pulaakt St., Little Rock, Arkansas, at 9:50 o'clock May 24,4922. She la survived by four sons:' George Oliver Divelblss of Kansas City, Mo.; L. B. Divelblss of Columbus, Miss.; Chas. W. Divelblss and Harry P. Johnson of Dalhart, Tex.; aso by two daughters, Mrs. S. C. Ker chentfaut of Gibson City, HI., and Mrs. G. D. Landes of Little Rock, Ark. c Funeral services were held Saturday, May 27, at 2:30 p. m. at the family residence, in charge of Commandant W. E. Graham of the Salvation Army. Burial at Oakland Cemetery. Pallbearers were Oliver, Louis and Chas. Divelblss, her sons; and G. D. Landes, her son-in-law. Those attending from a distance were Oliver Divelblss of Kansas City, Mo., G. W. Divelblss of Dalhart, Tex., L. B. . Divelblss of Columbus, Miss., Mrs. Dave Chapman of Emmetsburg, la., and Mrs. L. H. Lassman of Edger- ton, Minn. Nellie Constance Doud was born Feb. 7, 1846, at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and Was promoted to glpry Wednesday, May 24. 1922, aged 76 years, S months and 17 days. She . was married May 6, 1868, at Kewanee, Illinois, to George Divelblss of Polo, Illinois, and to this union were born three sons and one daughter Oliver ot Kansas City, Mo Louis of Columbus,- Mlss.r Charlie: tjt1 Dalhart, Tex., and Orrle Bell who died in child hood. , . ' "... ' - She was widowed at Humboldt, Kansas, May 1883, remarried Feb. 27, 1884, to W. W. Johnson of Humboldt,' Kan sas, and to this union were born three children: Mrs. Iry KeVchenfaut of Gibson City; 111., Harry Porter Johnson of Dalhart, Tex., and Mrs. Nellie G. Landes of Little Rock, Ark. i . Mrs, Johnson not only mothererd her own children but three daughters of her second husband: Mrs. Mettle Lawman of : Fdgerton,- Minn- Mrs. Stella Chapman of Emmetsburg, la. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Landau visited with Mr. Carl Lags and family Sunday afternoon. v Some people of Anchor and vicin ity attended the funeral of John Decker near Strewn ' Tuesday afternoon. Paul and Pauline Hahn visited with home folks Sunday. Paul returned to rianagan Sunday evening and Miss rauune win visit at home tor a short time before entering the University of Chicago. Mrs. Elsie Frahm of Gibson City is visiting with her grandchildren, Albert and Elsie Brandt, this week. The Ladies' Aid of the Lutheran church will give their Bazaar at the Lutheran school house Thursday, June 15. Everybody is welcome to attend. Mrs. Emily Stroh of Sibley, Ferdi nand Sttoft and family of near Say- brook and Miss Ida Hensen of Sibley visited with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stroh Sunday. and Mrs. Edna Haward of Spencer, Iowa. , Mr. and Mrs. Johnson removed from Kansas to Putnam county, Illinois, in 1894, She was widowed again Jan, 16, 1918, at Magnolia, I1L Mrs. Johnson made her borne the last -three years with her youngest daughter, Mrs. G. D. Landes. where She resided at the "time of her pro motion. Mrs. Johnson was a faithful Christian, a member of the Methodist church at Rantoul, 111. No finer thing could be said of Mrs. Johnson than that she was all that the word "Mother" im plies. i Violators of the law respecting the Canadian thistle are liable to prosecution and the law will be enforced In this state, says Albert C. Wilson, Illinois' chief seed analyst, in a speech explaining the law's- provisions. A farmer living sear Des Moines, Iowa, opened his barn door a few: mornings ago and found two horses. one cow, a calf, and 378 chlckns dead from the exhaust gaa from his automo bile, which by aa oversight, had been allowed to rua ail Bight .