Clipped From Miami Daily News-Record
DEATH GLA MRS, SHR( MS GREN Former Pfeher Reiitfent, Ae« eempllihed ^usfcfan, Diet .At 0. C. Hospltol MCHER, Jan. 9—Mrs. Alice Dai' vis Shrbgren, S3, 'former" fiche* resident and accomplished pianist, died in the Wesley hospital at Ok* lahomd City -yesterday morning where she had been a patient for the past three weeks. She had been in ill health for a year. Death was attributed to heart disease. Mrs. Shrogren had made' her home in Oklahoma City for the last 15 years where her husband, R. B. Shrogren, is a school teacher, She was born in Webb City, Mo., the daughter of the. late J. N.' bavis, mine operator, arid was graduated from Richer high school in 1929. She attended Kansas State Teachers' college at Pittsburg and had been awarded several musical scholarships. Also.a writer, Mrs. Shro- gren left several books ready to,Jje published, among which is "The Early .Days' of Picher." Besides her husband, She is survived by a son, John Raymond Shrogren of the home; her mother, Mrs. Earl Bradbury of Picher; a brother, Jackie Lee Davis of PiCher; a sister, Mrs. Lela Frankel of Tulsa, two nieces and a nephew. Another brother, Chief Pharmacist's Mate Charles James Davis, serving in the South Pacific, is en- route to Picher to attend the funeral.- Funeral ' services will be conducted at the Oklahoma City home, 1305 North McKinley, after, which Durnil Funeral home of Picher will receive the body Thursday and at 3:16 p. m. services will be held from .the Picher Union church with the Rev. Wesley Post officiating. Pallbearers / will be Mike" Mott, Lyndon Scott, Junior Smith, Clinton Harper, Harold Jones and Austin Keithley. . Burial Will be in the Baxter Springs/ Kas., cemetery.