Grandmother of Susan Hornaday

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Grandmother of Susan Hornaday - a few stretch of his blitz, May, supervises the...
a few stretch of his blitz, May, supervises the world's and -- the aboard States a navy his of- unit shop recently. added, compass in the said, covered wall. "All the me- the simpler the immense the compass train for 3 them to on a purposes." was rank almost after he luck, Charles FORMER LOCAL RESIDENT DIES Mrs. Walter Rockwell's Rites to Be Saturday Charles"City, died at her home in San Diego, Cal., March 12. Mrs. Hockwell had lived in Charles City since 1935 until recently having moved to Charles City from Des Moines where she had lived for many yeafk.··- Mrs. Hockwell was a member the First Congregational chvwrch Charles City. She was bora in Mahaska county, Iowa, April 25, 1871. She was married to Walter L. Rockwell, Oct. 1, 1893. They celebrated their, golden wedding anniversary in San Diego at the home of 'their daughter, Mrs. Quimi Hornaday, 2 years ago. Surviving are: Her husband, daughters, Marie Rockwell, Pasadena, Pasadena, CaL, arid Mrs. Hornaday San Diego, Gal., 2 brothers, George and H. A. Groves, both of New Sharon, -a sister, Mrs. Irene Hatcher, .Qskalbosa, and 2 grandchildren, grandchildren, Susan and Thomas Hornaday. Hornaday. ., Burial will be-in New Sharon. Funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. Joseph.G. Morgan, pastor of the First Congregational church of .Charles City, at the Hardm , funeral home, in New Sharon, at 2'p. m. Saturday. 2 - =

Clipped from The Mason City Globe-Gazette16 Mar 1945, FriPage 12

The Mason City Globe-Gazette (Mason City, Iowa)16 Mar 1945, FriPage 12
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