DECATUR HERALD 1930
paln- man HOIS, HENRIETTA EVEEETT EFPINGHAM -- Funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon afternoon In Wheckr lor Mrs. Henrietta Everett, nee Caudal, who died In Barnes hospital in St. Ixmls evening. Mrs, Everett leavea four daughters, Mrs. William Bucnnemeyer of Kt- flngham; Mrs. Tracy Tompklns. formerly formerly cÂ£ here, now of East St. Mrs. Zctma Gerard of Robinson; Mrs. D, Shamhart of Dlcterkh; slstoi-s, Mrs. Jennls Klcgff and Mrs. Zorm Smllh o( Wheeler; Mrs, JcssK of Gnys nnd Mrs. Maudp of Colorado Springs, Col.; two broth n-s, Heber Caudill, of Cnl.; Homer Caudill of Mftttoon. nnd Her aged father is also living, making home with his daughter In Wheeler.