Clipped From The Daily Independent
MRS. L L HANDLEY' SUCCUMBS TUESDAY Mrs. "L. L. Handley passed away Tuesday evening at 9:15 o'cloc'c a t her home at 2044 Wall s'rest The deceased ha's been in ill health for many weeks and her condition has been critical for some time. Ida May Snyder was born a* Mattoon, 111., January S, 1S6S, and at the time of her passing, 61 years, 10 months and 11 days of age. She was united in marr'agi January 10. 1S8S, to Lud L. Handas ley of Paris, 111. The family h-is resided here for the p*st twenty- two years. When a girl she became affiliated with the Christian ' church of Gvandview, 111. The following children with the father survive: George A. Hand-, ley, Bush, 111., Mrs. Ed Hanson, j Ray D. Handley, Mrs. J. F. M"-1 Guaugh of this city and Mrs. Grady Silvey of East St. Louis, 111. Cue son. Chester, died, in infaiicy Mrs. Handley was a home loving'sus woman and was endeared to a circle of friends who will be i grieved to learn of her death. ! Funeral services: will be from the Centenary M. E. church Thursday afternoon at 2:00 p. m , ' Rev. G. R. Tomlin officiating. In-1 torment at Tower Grove cemetery. ' The body will He in state at the I home of Mrs. J. F. McGuaugh, at | 2044 Wall street.