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 - by for j j FORMER I WAN DIES IN WEST Riley...
by for j j FORMER I WAN DIES IN WEST Riley Armstrong, Wapello Resident, Resident, Receives Telegram Telling Telling of Mother's Death Special To The Eawlc-Evc. Wapello, la., March 15.—Riley Armstrong Armstrong received a telegram announc. ing the death of his mother, Mrs. Matilda Armstrong, aged 98 years, who died at Greeley, Colo., where sha lived with her daughters. She was a native of Ohio but moved to Illinois with her parents and was a resident of Wapello in the. fifties. For the past forty years she has resided in Colorado. She is survived by five daughters and one son. The body will be brought to Hermln, I1L, for burial and will pass through Burlington, Burlington, when Mr. Armstrong will join the funeral party. Mrs. Grant Hook, daughter Mrs. Mildred Beik and son Frank Hook, returned from Shenandoah. la, where they were called by the death of the death of the former's brother, Joseph former's brother Joseph Gauss. Joseph Joseph Gauss was a native of Wapello, Wapello, growing to manhood in this community. community. He was past 70 years of age and at the time of bis death operated a tailor's shop at Shenandoah.. Of his father's family he is survived by the following brothers and sisters. Ed Gauss. Mrs. A. K. Bothe, Mrs. Anna Simons, Misses Barbara and Lou Gauss, Shenandoah; Mike Gauss, Waterloo; Mrs. Grant Hook, Wapello. Mrs. Ella Harris will be hostess to the Jolly Workers Thursday after

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  1. The Burlington Hawk-Eye,
  2. 16 Mar 1932, Wed,
  3. Page 5

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