Robert Archibald Forsyth obituary

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Robert Archibald Forsyth obituary - for William Lou William Mr. and and Roland,...
for William Lou William Mr. and and Roland, Peacock and Baxter funeral funeral home is in charge of arrangements. arrangements. Robert A. Forsyth GRISWO'Ll) -- Services we're held Monday at the Griswold Presbyterian church for Robert A. Forsyth, 83, who died Friday at his homo here. He was the rural mall carrier out of Grist- wold, delivering mail from 19011931. 19011931. A native of Ottumwa, Mr. Forsyth Forsyth moved to Pleasant township township near Griswold in 1881. Ho married Anna Fisher in 1900, and Ella McFadden of Griswold in 1902. She survives with three sons, Donald at home, Ernest A. of Griswold and Vernon Forsyth of Compton, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Marlon Blanchard of Griswold; Griswold; two sisters, Mrs. Anna .Besser of Fort Madison and Mrs. Ernest Thayer of Greenfield, Calif. He was a member of the Griswold Griswold Odd Fellows lodge, Presbyterian Presbyterian church and Rural Letter Carriers association. --KSWI, 15«0 On Your Dlnl-- Rheumatic fever attacks the connective tissues of the body TOP comm i A. . -- head; slauglv fairly feds early cows others stackers and $27.50® pounds, short lots heifers. good limited $13.00 cutlers, |c:t; year- 1,160 total 16,800; sheep: salable 6,000, total 6,000. Hogs: Active, steady to 25 higher than Friday's average, $25.25 to all. Good and choice 190-300 Ibs. $25,00®25.25; 160-180 Ibs. $23.75024.85. Sows $24.25® head; classes good and above 24.75; stags $17.00@21.00. Cattle: active on light supply slaughter steers and yearlings, prices strong to 50 cents higher than close last week. Cows and bulls firm to 25 cents higher; vealers and calves steady to strong; around 65 per cent of comprised stackers and feeders; active on replacement steers at strong to 50 cents higher prices; good -and choic fleshy feeder heifers sharing u p t u r n on but thin light hcifeis alorg cows and calves steady. Around 40 loads slaughter steers offered compared with 95 loads week URO; most cf Monday's n-np l i m e d i u m and good |.;ni(lc4 $25.00fi'25.75; Jew loads Rood lo barely choice $28 25fi'29 50, or so held above this; scattering common and medium grassy grainwarmed plain quality steers $18.50 ©22.00, Medium and good grain-fed heifers $22.00@28.00, load held around $3000. Load

Clipped from Council Bluffs Nonpareil17 Nov 1947, MonPage 10

Council Bluffs Nonpareil (Council Bluffs, Iowa)17 Nov 1947, MonPage 10
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