Mrs. Mary Creason Dies Funeral services were held Fri- ay afternoon in Oronogo, Mo., for tfrs. Mary Creason, 73 years old, vho died Wednesday at the home f her daughter, Mrs. Ruby Spener, in Oronogo. Mrs. Creason for- lerly resided here and was the nother of Mervin Creason of this ity. Surviving besides Mr. Crea- on are three daughters, Mrs. Stel- i Throop of Hockerville, Mrs. ilanch Scott of Joplin and Mrs. ipencer, at whose home she died. dso surviving are 21 grandchil- ren, 16 great grandchildren and ne great-great-grandchild. The ollowing relatives from Commerce ttended the funeral. Mrs. Ray ''Dell, Mrs. Mason Odneal and aughter, Jeannean, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Creason, Mr. and Mrs. harlie York and daughter, Phyl^s Ann, Mrs. Happy Bennett and on, Leroy, Mrs. E. Hicklin and son, fackie and Mr. and Mrs. Charley and family.