Clipped From Mt. Vernon Register-News
J. SCOTT COOK DIED SUDDENLY EARLY SUNDAY WELL KNOWN HICLII. i:l\i: MAN l'ASSi:» AWAY Al TR.K AN ll.LNRSS OK (INI.Y I KW HOI'its. WHS the Oldest Member of Helle Hive Lo<lge No. (I1MI A. K. And A. M. lieiiiK "1> Veins of Age. fteiiUler-.\rn« <'iirrt-*|ii>uilt*ii<'r. BRLLR R1VR, III., Jan. 10.—J. Scott Cook died suddenly at his home In Belle Rive Sunday morning at 1:30 of acute asthma. His death camo as a great shock to his family and friends, as ho was around town during tho afternoon, and although suffering from a slight cold was In usual health. Mr. Cook was 7!t years of age, and one of the oldest residents In our village, highly esteemed bv all. Ho was the oldest member of Hello Rive Lodge Xo. O'.ift A R. and A. M. Runoral services conducted al 1:P.O Monday afternoon at tho Christian •hurch. Interment at New Hope cemetery.