Girlie and her mom? Alton IL?
the : Many Attend Rites For Oscar Dougherty Funeral rites Wednesday afternoon afternoon from the Methodist Church at Elsah to the village cemetery for Oscar Dougherty of 230 West Thirteenth Thirteenth street, whose death occurred Sunday, were attended by a throng of friends and relatives, many from distant points. The cortege had moved to Elsah after brief services at 12:30 p. m. at the residence In Alton, and the Rev. O. W. Hegge- meler officiated both at the home and the church. Sacred numbers were sung by a quartet composed of Mesdames Conrad Conrad Fichtel, Charles Bryant, Harriet Harriet Chapman, and C. W. Hayes, the accompanist being Mrs. Laverne Miller. • The pallbearers, all nephews nephews of Mr. Dougherty, were Basil Pinney of Independence, Mo., Harold, Harold, Stanley, Verne, and Harvey Croxford of Elsah, and Willis Jacobson Jacobson of Alton. Among the relatives who came for the funeral were Mrs. Agnes Lamb and daughter, Miss Agnes Lamb, Mrs. Louis Lemberger, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cason and son, Elbert, of St. Louis; Mrs. Arthur F. Foster and daughter, Mrs. Harry Hamner of Little Rock, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Pinney and son of Independence, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton Hamilton and son, John, of Jennings, Mo.