Clipped From Mt. Vernon Register-News
imnvAUY. (Contributed i Mrs. A. Galloway, daughter of Jolr.i .*Uen. formerly Harriett Pickett, •massed p' acefully away at their home '•-> c .ru')'* Ridge community, naar I'onageville, Mo., Monday. Dec. 20. 1!'?0. Aged G2 years, 4 months and davs. She was born and reared in T llinois near Hams Grove church of which f--h" was a member for some M :re. She was married to V,'. G. P 'rkett in 1S7S. this was a happy iietoii ;M'd tli'dr home was blessed ith t.v-elve fhildrc'i. eiirht boys and four girls, three- dying in infancy. t*he other eirbt sons and one daughter survived her. The fa mil v moved to Missouri in 'S.'M where Mr. P !cl '"M »•;)'• killed in a ctorm In 180 7. Mrs. Pickett r'*- r»ained a widow until .lanuarv 1, 1001. She was then married to Ambrose Galloway. They passed twenty years of their married life iu Grape Rhine community where she was loved and held in highest esteem as a devoted christian, a faithful wife und mother. She dies after a life ~i>t work for her Lord, and family anil Jriends. The memory of her life of devotion and labors of love will liu- ge.r with I hose who are left to mourn her in this world. She louves a husband, the sons, Ernie Pickett, Norton L. Pickett, Hebron B. Pickett, Moody Pickett of PortageviRe, Mo., and Eldorous Pickett of Hayti, Mo., Harry Pickett of Stewart, Mo., Elza II. Pickett of Manilla, Ark., General Dalton Pickett of Blytheville, Ark., I be daughter Rosezella Tucker of Mt. Vernon, HI., two sisters' and tone brother, Mrs. George Marshal, Mrs. Bon Sadler, and Eldorous Allen, a Flop daughter Mrs. C. L. Pickett of Benton, 111. The funeral service was conducted and a royal good time was reported. Mrs. A. M. Frost. Mt. Vernon's club president, presented Mrs. Hart with la souvenir spoon of Mt. Vernon. 1MIIL VI'HLA < 'LASS M LET INC. The Pbilathe" elass of the Firvt Baptist church will hold their regular monthlv meeting Friday at 2:30 o'clock in the basement of the church. All members are urged to come. lIlvlll'liM! MLT/nXG. ! Division Number Five of the Be- M-eans class of the Christian church I will hold (heir regular monthly moet- llnK Thursday afternoon on the first floor of the church. Let every lr.em- ! her be present. • MK'KT THniSJ>AY. Presbyterian Woman's- Cub will be entertained by Mrs. John Liebcngood and Mrs. Sam Grant at ibe home o£ Mrs. Liebengood's, fil«i Main -street Thursday afternoon, 2:o0 o'clock. Deaths and Funerals MRS. MARA' HARMAN. Fumjral services for Mrs. Mary fturmnn will bo held tomorrow afternoon at 2:20 at the home of her son, B. F. Harman, 304 North Sixteenth street. The services will be conducted by Dr. John Lloyd of the Episcopal church. Burial will follow at Oakwood cemetery. 1 bv Rov. W. J. Ward at ibe homo, and the body was laid to rest in the beau, tif»il porlageville cemetery NNedncv- day afternoon.