Everett Wilson Obit
* &• ___ WILSON SERVICES SET STRONG CITY — Funeral services for Everett Wilson, who died Friday in his home, will be at 2 p. m. Monday in the Croy Funeral Home in Cottonwood Falls. They will be conducted by the Rev. Robert DeYoe, pas- Lor of the United Methodist Church. Burial will be in the Hillside Hillside Cemetery, Toledo. Mr. Wilson was a farmer and stockman and a long-time resident resident of Chase County. The son of Bruce and Iva Lewis Wilson, he was bom Nov. 1st, 1915, in Morehead, Liibet'e County, and he was married to Ruth Ellis an Nov. 15th, 1942, in Lcbo. Mr. Wilson was a member of the United Methodist Church and the Saffordville Masonic Lodge 395, A. F. and A. M. He is survived survived by his wife, nf the home; four sons, Thomas, ot 1233 Woodland Woodland St., Emporia, and David, Douglas and Danio!. of the home; one daughter. Mrs. Lnrry (Nancy) (Nancy) Burnett, Chattanooga, Tenn.; his mother, of Ottawa; two brothers, brothers, Guy, of Wichiia, and Francis, Francis, of Ottawa: one sister, Mrs. J. S. (Elma) Wallace, West Lake Village, Calif., and one grand- child, Jackie Wilson, Emporia. ?