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 - : WINPIELD W, DUDLEY DIES IN ST. LOUIS. Former...
: WINPIELD W, DUDLEY DIES IN ST. LOUIS. Former Alton Newspaper Man Had Been III a Long Time With Paralysis Paralysis of the Muscles. Winfleld W. DuMloy died In Barneft Hospital, St. Louis, Tuesday evening, after a long period of sickness with - - On paralysis ot the muscles. He was 38 years ot age and leaves his wife £nd one child; who are living In New Tork. Friends cf Mr. Dudley in Alton learned with regret sdme time ago he was in a bad way as the result of paralysis.•' He had been engaged In newspaper work and advertising work for many years. Beginning his newspaper newspaper work In Alton on the Sentinel- Democrat, he went to St. Louis and took up work on St. Louis ' newspapers. newspapers. Later he went to Chicago where lib held responsible positions and then moved to New York where he continued continued to devote his time to newspaper work and also to advertising work. In Chicago he met a former Alton girl. Miss Agnes Graham, and they were married. Some time ago when Mr. Dudley's condition became such he was unable to continue at his work he went to Texas In the hope that his health would be bettered. He showed no Improvement and recently he came back to St. Louis, Where he entered Barnes Hospital. He was a son of George W. Dudley, formerly a resident on Washington avenue in Alton, and the mother of the deceased is'burled In Oakwoad Cemetery, as she died while the family family were living in Alton. Mr. .Dudley was possessed af much ability as a newspaper man. He held editorial positions on both Chicago and New York newspapers where he showed much capability. He leaves a large number of friends in Alton who remember him kindly and there is general regret that his health broke down and caused him to become helpless. helpless.

Clipped from Alton Evening Telegraph01 May 1918, WedPage 5

Alton Evening Telegraph (Alton, Illinois)01 May 1918, WedPage 5
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