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 - of MRS. ADA INGE SUCCUMBS IN 1C. HOSPITAL...
of MRS. ADA INGE SUCCUMBS IN 1C. HOSPITAL Veteran Newspaper Woma of Sedalia Democrat Company Dies. of SEDALIA, Mo., Dec. 31.--(AP)-Mrs. 31.--(AP)-Mrs. Ada Stanley Inge, 47, daughter of the late Anthony D. Stanley, for many years was publisher of Sedalia Democrat, died late today St. Luke's hospital, Kansas City. Mrs. Inge for the past fifteen years was connected with the paper's paper's advertising department and I since the death two years ago father had been treasurer of the Sedalia Democrat Company, of her brother, W. P. Stanley, is president. Mrs. Inge came to Sedalia with her parents from Pleasant Hill, where she was born, when nine years old. She had resitted here continuously since. She attended Hosmer Hall, St. Louis, and Vassar College. She was prominent socially and civic work, and was an active member of Sorosis and Business and Professional Women's Club. Surviving Surviving are her daughter, Martha, mother, Mrs. A. D. Stanley, one sister, Mrs. George H. Trader, brother, W. P. Stanley, all of Sedalia. Sedalia.

Clipped from The Sunday News and Tribune01 Jan 1933, SunPage 1

The Sunday News and Tribune (Jefferson City, Missouri)01 Jan 1933, SunPage 1
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