Clipped From Sikeston Standard
Funeral services for Mrs. Julia Wjtllace, M years old, who died Tuesday at the home of her daug'n- ^r, Mrs. Elmer Kindred, in Crowd- er> were conducted at the resi- dence at 10 o’clock Wednesday morning by the Rev. A. C. Sulh- var,t pastor of the Morehouse Ba"went tist church. Burial was in Mem- orjai park cemetery, Mrs. Wallace, who had been ill for approximately a year, wa* born in Forence, Ala., on June 2, j 1867. In March, 1898, she married John Wallace. She had been n member of the Missionary BaptL : ¡church at Vanduser for the last twenty-six years, j Besides Mrs. Kindred, Mrs. Wa - lace is survived by two daughterr, Mrs. Verbal Rodgers, Sikestcn, Mrs. Edna Hamlin, Yanduse ; j two sons, Alva Wallace, Vanduseir and Arthur Wallace, Morehouse; three stepsons, Turner and Dav I Wallace, Vanduser, and Jim Wi> j lace, Morehouse; and thirte* ’ grandchildren. Three childrv’t ! have died. Mr. Wallace has bee i dead for eighteen years. Wei :» j service.