The Iola Register, Iola, Kansas, Mon Nov 16, 1970, pg. 3. Death & Funerals
Mrs. Gerald W. Baker Ednah Baker, 67, Moran, died yesterday at the Allert County Hospital. Mrs. Baker was born July 14, 1903, at Toronto. She was mar- I 'ied to Gerald W, Baker April 20, 1924, at Yates Center. They lived in the Toronto community where they farmed until 1959 when they moved to a larm near Moran. Mrs. Baker was a member of the Moran United Methodist Church, the CIC Class, Sunshine Sunshine Club,, charter member of the Moran Culture Club and the Order of Eastern Star at Toronto. Toronto. Survivors include her .widower of the home; a son, Kenneth J. Baker, Toronto; two brothers. Lew Willhite, Tulsa, and Leon Willhite, Toronto; three sisters, Mrs. Brooks Briley, Oklahoma City, Mrs. 'Pharel Sowder, Toronto, Toronto, and Mrs. Marjorie Russell, Fort Worth; a grandson. Kip W. Baker, Toronto. Funeral services will be at 11 a. m. Wednesday at the United United Methodist Church, Moran. The Rev. Ira Wiley will officiate. Graveside services will be held at the Toronto Cemetery at' 2 p. m. The Ralston-Hutton Funeral Funeral Home, Moran, will be in charge of arrangements. The family suggests-that contributions contributions in Mrs. Baker's name be made to the Moran United Methodist Church.