Carrol Daily Times Herald Carroll, Iowa Thursday, May 6, 1954 p5
Deaths and Funerals i FRANCIS S1LBAUGH (Tlnutt Mitrald N*w> Sir tiro RALSTON — Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Ralston F.vangcllcal United Brethren Church for Francis M. Stlbaugh, 77, who dlod at his home near Scranlon May 1. The Rov. V. K. Shlckell officiated. Mrs. Helen Helen .lonos and Mrs. Mabel Jordan sang "The Old Rugged Cross" and "In Ihe Garden," accompanied by Mrs. Lloyd Kason, pianist, Burial was In Dlllavoit Cemetery. Cemetery. Pallbearers were Lloyd Kason, Kason, Ben Oxenford, Waller Sayre. B. C. Helming, Clnude Byrant and Ornuis Fackler. Mr. Silbaugh, son of Isaac and Hilecla Silbaugh. was born Fob, 2ti, 1877. In Vernon County, Wis. When a small boy he moved with his parents to ttrcone County, Iowa, locating In Kendrick Township. He had lived In the Churdan mirt Scranton areas all ot his life with the exception of a year or HO tn Colorado. Preceding him In death wore his parents, and two brothers, John William and Klmer Allen. Surviving are two sisters and three brothers: Mary Smyth, Churdan; Churdan; Luclc Richards, Woodwiirrl, Israel and Walter, Churdan, and Claude, Scranton. KDWAKD l>. TKOXKL <Ttin«» HitraUt Nr«« Service) LAKF, CITY — Funeral services for Kdward L. Troxel, 73. will be held Saturday, May 8, at a p.m., at. the Kara Funeral home In Lake City, with Rev. Harry M. Burns officiating. Burial will be In Cottonwood Cottonwood Cemetery. Mr. Troxel, who nad lived hero about 43 years, died at McCrary- Rosl Hospital here early Wednesday Wednesday as the result of a heart attack. attack. His widow, parents and two brothers preceded him In death. Survivors Include four children, Elec, Auburn; Donald, Yetter; Kenneth, Breckenrldge, Minn., and Helen, (Mrs. Willard Davis), Omaha, Omaha, also seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. HKNKi' ORT <l'lme» Herald New» Service) LAKE CITi r — Last rites for Homer Ort, «3, were held Friday, April 30 at the Assembly of God Church In Lake City. The Rev. Gail Green officiated. Mrs. Leo I Kraft and Mrs. Gail Green sang, • accompanied by Mrs. Everett George. Pallbearers were Austin Colony, Earl Wright, John Lee, Wesley Seufforlotn, Charles Groves, Groves, and Kay Kllason, Burial, In charge of Squires Funeral Home, was In Lake City Cemetery. Mr. Ort, son ot John and Haltle Ort, was born Ml Orlonvlllo, Mich., July 18, 1800. Ho diod unexpectedly unexpectedly at Jefferson, April 2«, as the result of a heart attack. Mr. Orl spent Ills childhood and young manhood in Michigan, and rninc to Lakn City, Iowa whan he was 18 years old. He spent the remainder of his life In Lake City, except for thror nnrl a half years In government work In Ixmg Roach, Calif. In lilw young mnu- hood he hocamci a member of the Salvation Army. On December 21, IOM, hn WHS married to Klhel Shurkoy at Carroll. Carroll. Al various limes Mr. Orl did carp»Mitry. carp»Mitry. papnr-hanging, road work, »i\d other employment. At Ihe lime of bin itanlh, hn lutii been npr.rn.ting a tlllng-machlng near Jefferson, Preceding him In death were his parents, a brother, a'sister, and two grandchildren. Ho ia jnirvlverl by his wtdow, Mrs. Ml.hill Orl, Luke City; four sons, KiMinrlh Orl, Nnmahn; Bur- noy Orl. Jeffornou; Warren Orl, Umg Bnach, Cnllf.. and Charles Ort, Spokane, Wash.; throe daughters, daughters, Mrs. Friuik Knlpp (LunO Ko- Uomo, Infl.; Mrs. Koith Caskey, (Durlcne), Rockwell City, and Mrs. Gene Scollon (Bo.lly) Dubiiquo; 13 grandchildren mid one brother, Burnc.y OH, Hollywood, Cnllf.