Fidelia Wright Obituary

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BEATRICE DATLY SUN :: Carro and Dad Genius a Genius & Pirate Harrigran Armstroni in booV f.-. Must Opera Opera orlette orch. Destiny Destiny Review news Fields Fields to Yict'j or or. or. Allen's or. Allen's or. pvch. orch. Clock Clock Hillman Clock Saver Clock Club Club Way Best for You Up Mnrtin Lc<- KPISM-I Vikee singer person Lopez anne'd. Chef Protend Pretend sings annc'd Ends Sam Matinee Matinee — .Matinee C'arro & Dad Genius? Nook & Pirates Harrigan Armstrong Hr. * Music Ranger Ranger Parade Review Zicmer Ziemcr Heatter Music band; bands Gunther Fields Tax Rose or. orch. orch. orch. or or Allen's or. Allen's or. Obituary Mrs. Dell» WriRlit Mrs. Frances Fidelia (Phelps) Wright was born in Dane county, Wis., near Madison, on March 16, 1855, and passed away in Sheridan, Wyo., February 7, 1943, aged 87 years, 10 months and 22 days. Mrs. Wright, better known aa Delia, was the daughter of David Hiram and Deborah (Priest) Party By Long Anticipated Wilber—American Meets—Parlies. WILBER — A Fhelps. Hiram Phelps was the di- event of the year rect descendant of Philip * and dinner party at Catherine (Moss) Phelps, a vet-I Thursday evening, eran of the Revolutionary war. Her education was obtained at I an old log school house near Mason City, la. At an early age her parents moved to Granby, Mo., where she met and married John Berrv Patterson Wright, son of . ! Jefferson Allen and Lucinda Mai- Emmett Cantrell, •I land (Jones) Wright. Jefferson Mary Ann Zajicek, Dodson as sponsor. The senior and served the valentines were decorations. The committees Refreshments i Wright was a direct descendant j of Samuel Wright, who came~to | America in 1639 and settled in Connecticut. Her husband was born in New j Middleton, Tenn.. on October 15, j 1853, and was laid to rest in Be- j atrice, Neb., April 10, 1888, Of the seven children born to Mrs. Delia Wright and all this union, two died in infancy. The oldest son, David Allen Wright, preceded her in death on July 28, 1941. Her survivors are Florence (Wright) Jones of Waynesville, 111.; Edna (Wright) Dobbs of Denver, Colo.; Clyde Franklin Wright of Omaha, Neb.; Beatrice (Wright) McSweyn of Decker, Mont., and she is also survived by twelve grandchildren; 22 great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren; two brothers, James Phelps of Pinehurst, Wash., and Hiram Phelps of Granby, Mo., and a sister, Mrs. Hattie Mesplay of Granby, Mo. From 1888 until 1915, she made her home at Beatrice, Neb. Since that time she had spent most of her time with her children in their various homes. At the time of her death, she was residing with her daughter at Decker, Mont. The ast few months of her life was pent in a Sheridan, Wyo., hospital. Her entire life was spent in per- ional sacrifices for others. She was ond of travel, and her keen mind made her an interesting conversa- ionalist. Much of her time %vas iccupied in maintaining correspondence with her many friends and relatives scattered over the 'our corners of the "United States. Among her prized possessions at the time of her death may be bund the chronicles of the life and death of many of the Beatrice ear- y settlers, and her father's pioneering in Iowa, Nebraska and Missouri. One pride of .this collection is an account of her father's walk from Iowa to Wisconsin to obtain cuttings of elm . trees ' to plant in Phelps Grove cemetery vhere Mrs. Wright's mother was >uried in Worth county during I860. This cemetery lays on the Iowa-Minnesota state line, and is now known as the State Line cemetery. She lived through three wan and mourned-the loss of many relatives and friends ^in each war, especially the loss of her grandson, Horace Franklin Dobbs,- who gave his life in the present war at Midway, June 4, 1942. She was laid to rest by the side of husband and father in the Beatrice cemetery. ONE LESS AT HOME One leas at home! The charmed circle broken, ft dear face Missed day by day from W» ao- customed place. But, cleansed and MVM), perfected by grace, One more in heaveirt One less at home! One voice of welcome, evermore, One farewell word unipoken on the shore Where parting cornea not, one soul landed more. One more in heaven! One more at home! That home where separation cannot be, <• That home where none if miaa- ed eternally, One more the crown to wear, At home in heaven. ML B, Dildii Floyd Mashek. Entertainment—John Eugene Zednik, Bernice Greer, Glenn Zlab. Favors—Arline Sasek, Arlene Sukovaty. .--.Table — Martha Rose Hubka, Grace Georgia Horacek, Robert Kubovec. A large something of member present. dinner was provided Jelinek. Dr. and Mrs. Mrs, Verner David of Talmage Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Peggy Mrs. Frank Grand Island will visit with and daughter. Captain Kobes American forces in Mrs. Stanley daughter, Marilyn j ert Shestak had | in Lincoln Pinochle Mr. and Mrs. entertained the Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.' their home Prices were Lumir Vosika and Refreshments were hosts at the close Postal boxes kindergarten and from which the their valentines, to make the the students and Mrs. Mary Greer, the post office Fred Shimerda workable part of and the office American The regular Louis No. 101, NOTICE Or Kstate no. 6603 Deceased. The State of persons interested take notice, that filed a final her administration, for final settlement as such, and for the heirs at law which has been before said court on at 9 o'clock a. appear and contest Dated February (Seal) Sackett. Brewster f'1-11-1S. NOTICE TO Sealed bids will office of the and Irrigation in at Lincoln, 1943. until 10:00 at that time read for SAND SURFACING and incidental BEATRICE - BEATRICE-CRAB Patrols Nos. 11025 Roads. The approximate 4,500 Cu. Yds. Surface Course The attention directed to .the Special subletting or Compliance by the standards as prescribed By the Standards Act of 1938 (Public No. will be required of the work under The minimum skilled labor tract shall be cents per hour. The minimum Intermediate labor contract shall be per hour. The minimum unskilled labor contract shall b« per hour. Plans and work may be secured at the Clerk at Beatrice, office of the Tecumseh, Nebraska, tfle County Clerk Nebraska, or at Department of at Lincoln, The successful required to furnish, equal to 100% at As an evidence submitting a the bidder must proposal, a certified payable to the Irrigation and in than four hundred The right Is technicalities and bids. DEPARTMENT IBRIGRATION, WARDNER State E. E. Gage C. E. Johnson B. F- Clerk, fll-lg-25,

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  1. Beatrice Daily Sun,
  2. 18 Feb 1943, Thu,
  3. Page 8

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