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A. L. McCONNELL DH3D SUNDAY AT HOME HERE A. L. McConnell, president of the Neosho Savings Bank for sov- erdl years and for. 35 years a merchant at Tipton Ford, died Sunday, afternoon at 2::iO at hi.s home^ corner of Brook arid Jefferson Jefferson Streets. He was 73 years old and had been in poor health for more than two years. He resigned as president of the Savings Bank when his health became such that, he could not attend the meetings of the board of directors. He hail a stroke of paralysis about that time and has been blind for more than a year. Mr. McConnell was._a...Jj"P < v?q'' f " 1 merchant at Tipton Ford for 35 years and raised his family of ten sons and daughters there. He sold his store and moved to Neosho some ten years ago. He bought a large block of stock in the Savings Savings Bank and soon afterwards was elected its president. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Spring" Valley school house east of Tipton Ford and were conducted conducted by Rev. Oscar Johnson of Reding's Reding's Mill. Burial was in the Spring Valley cemetery. Mr. McConnell is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ada McConnell; four sons, Grayson McConncl of Joplin, Ray McConnell of Baxter Springs, Kans., Fremont McConnell McConnell and Grant McConnell, at home; and by'six daughters, Mrs. Paul Gibbs of Kansas City, Mrs. jlna Fleming of Washington, D. C., Mrs. Myrtle Raymond of Tami pa, Florida, Mrs. Lola Wade of Mina McConnell of Neosho. Kansas City, Miss Blanche McConnell McConnell of Washington, and Miss |

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  1. The Neosho Times,
  2. 25 Feb 1932, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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