Emma Jean Hundley obit
are is will 6 re- material. 111! the new cent native but AURORA Mrs. Paul Hoaylan Corretpondent Leslie Bird, Carrier Hundley Obituary Emma Jean Hutidlye,. daughter of Luther and Maigaiet Hundley was born June 19, 180.3 in Illinois and died at her home here Aug. 11, 1943, at the age of 80 yeais, month and 22 days. She moved Delawaie county vvith her family when a small girl and was one a family of ten children. She to young womanhood in that vicinity vicinity and on Maich 4, 188G, she was married to Russell Miller of Masonville. The ceremony took place in Independence They established established a home on a farm near Masonville and remained lor six years when they moved to a they purchased Iy 2 miles northwest northwest ot Auroia. Here they lived until 1936 when they retired and moved to Aurora. Two sons were born to them: Floyd R , who in April of this year, and Dale of Aurora. Mrs Miller was a member of the Aurora Baptist Church more than 50 yeais and was a charter member of the Ladies Aid Society. She was active m various departments ol the church as long) as her health permitted. She h 4 been in failing health for many I months. After more than 57 years.'' of happy married life together her passing lea\ PS husband as survivor. Also buiviving besides her husband and son aie two granddaughters. granddaughters. Mrs June Hoagian on the home farm and Mis CJair Anderman of Hazleton. three great grandchildren, three sisters and lour brothers Mrs. Maltie Whitman Whitman and Will Hundley of Manchester; Manchester; Charles Hundley of Clay Cnter, Kansas; Mrs Nora Miller of Glendale, California, Fred Hundley of Pme River, Minn Â· Mrs. Addu? Miller and Geoige Â· Â·""'lley ol Aurc:a Funeial services services were held Friday afternoon Irom the Baptsit church with Rev. B. H Thoilakson in charge. Mrs' Jennie Clubine and Mrs Cfara Lorenz ol Independence sang ' Under His Wings" and "Sweet Bye and Bye" with Mis Carrie Tennis Tennis at the piano. Mrs. Mary Watson Watson was in charge of the flowers Casket bearers were Howard and Cecil Slater; R. A and Edgar Tennis, Tennis, Terman Van Lanngham and Charles Mosher. Interment was m Spangler cemetery Out-of-town r e l a t i v friends attending the funeral included included Mrs. Whitman and Will Hundley of Manchester; Mr and Mrs. Waltei Kilmer of Delaware Mrs. Marion Hundley, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Kex Matteson ot Wmthrop- Mr and Mrs. Lou Poll, Mr and Mrs.' Nate Smith, Mrs Clubine and n^f ^? r , r nz of In dependence; Mrs. Belle Miller of Oelwein, Mrs. Mary Hunter and Mrs Jennie De Volt ol Stanley, Mr and Mrs. Clair deiman Hazleton; Mr and Mrs R J Petne and Ivan. Mrs. Verne Bciitholomew of Waterloo; Mrs Don Hundley ot Jesup; Mr. and Mrs Harry Toolc and Ted Duckett Duckett Lament; Will Warren of lord, Illinois, and Mrs TPUCMO fey of Des Moines.