Clipped From Dixon Evening Telegraph
Deaths MRS. JOHN TRAVIS Polo— Mrs. John Travis died this morning at 3:45 at her home, 2065 Prairie street, Polo. The formei Lula Mae Waterbury, daughter of Harry and Annie Hendrix Waterbury, was born in Polo, October 26, 1889. She was married Jan. 26, 1910 in Polo to Jonn Travis. Survivors include her husband, .e son, Robert; six sisters, Mrs. Henry Ferris, Mrs. Clarence Stull, Mrs. Lloyd Stover7 Mrs. Arthur Obendorf and Mrs. Harry Carpen ter, all of Polo, and Mrs. Magnu.- Magnu.- Rugland of Forreston, and one borther, Fred Waterbury, Polo. Her parents and one sister, Mrs. Henry Dunn, preceded her in death She was a members of the Presbyterian church. The body is at the Melvin funeral home, Polo. Euneral services will be from Melvins Friday atfer-noon atfer-noon atfer-noon at 2 o'clock. Rev. R. W. Tenney Tenney of the Grace Evangelical church, Brookulle, will officiate. Burial will be in Fairmount cemetery.