Ruth Kellogg - Death IR Helena Mt 8 Nov 1939
r n m e n t a t I actualli y In the Nc b u n e for , oT Sun today when f t a h i g h w a y n n d east Nil KELLOGG, 49, IS OF WOUNDS AS Fatally I n j u r e d f r o m w o u n d , Mrs. R u t h Krllogg. yesterday a f t e r n o o n at o'clock at St. Peter's hospital. Mrs. KelloRg, a resident of Helena Helena nil her life, was the daughter of Harry G. Picket!, city polite mice. Dr. William Cashmorp. county corner, nald no inquest would be hpld. Mrs. Kcllopg, with a .22 bcr rifle bullet wound In her head, was f o u n d on tho floor of ' a p a r t m e n t . 353 'Â£ North a f r e e t , by her son, Dick, Â·eturnecl from high school at 11:25 j'clock yesterday morning. She Â·cinoved to St. Peter's hospital did not regain consciousness. Mrs. Kellogg was alone when suffered the i n j u r y and kelt said there were Indications she was cleaning out a closet the rifle was discharged. Born here August 3, 1890. Mrs. vellogg was a member of Miriam chapter No. 1, Order of the Eastern Eastern Star, with which she had affiliated for many years. Besides her father and her aon, Dick, Mrs. Kellogg IB survived by another son, Kenneth, also of Helena; Helena; a sister, Mrs. Natle Plckett Sloan of La Jolla, Calif., and two melts, John N. Glass of Helena and William Glass of Big Timber.