malvern Leader _Malvern Iowa jan 8, 1970

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Lyle an in a dinner to Jr. Mr. included (the Edythe the and Chris W. visit who in his was week Funeral Services For Harry Kemp Harry Kemp, son of Herman and Anna Kemp, was born on Aug. 31, 1895 at West Plains. Mo., and departed this life J(an. 5, 1970 at Veterans Administration Hospital, Omaha, Nebr. He spent his early life (in Missouri Missouri and moved to Glenwood in his early teens where he lived until until he entered military service. He served as 1st Sgt. of Company I, 168lh Infantry Regiment, 34th Division from June 1917 until May, 1919, spending 18 months in various campaigns in Europe and with the army of occupation. He was a member of American Legion, Veteran of World War I and Masonic Lodge. On Sept. 7, 1922, he was united in marriage with Mary Shutts of Glenwood vicinity. To this union a daughter, Janice Ann, was adopted into the family. On July 6, 1933 he was united in marriage with Marion Hammers Smith of Malvern and to this union one son, Jon, was born. For about 25 years Harry was engaged in extensive farming and livestock feeding operations. In 1952 he purchased a filling station in Sioux City and was active dn its operation until retirement. Upon retirement he purchased a home in Magnolia where he resided until returning to Malvern in 196i! where lie lived unDil his death, from his recent illness. He is survived by his wife, Marion, Marion, a brother John, a daughter .{anice Hirst, son Jon, a step-son Volney Smith, a number of grandchildren grandchildren and oilier relatives and iriends. Funeral services were held at the Mansfield Funeral Home, Wctl- nsday, Jan. 7, al 2 p.m., the Rev. Clarence Woollard, officiant. Casket bearers were Dick Mun- derlosv, 01 ha Dickorsbiieh, Orlo Jones, .John Briggs, L. A. Hall and Robert Hopp. Honorary bearers were Jou Doyle, MiUv Schick, Virgil Honk, Dale Bell, Floyd Brammer, John Molt and Lynn McNuky. Furnishing the music was Mrs. W. G. Blackburn organist, and Henry Schnoon soloist, who sa,ng The Old Rugged Cross arid 1 We're Going Down The Valley. Flower ladies were Mrs. .John Briggs., Mrs. L. A. Hall and Mrs. Jim Davis. Davis. Interment was in the Malvern cemetery. Rites Today For Mrs. Rosie Ewing Final riles will be held today, Thursday, at 2. p.m. at the Mansfield Mansfield Funeral Home for Rosie Ewing, Ewing, whose dcalh occured Monday, Jan. 5. The Rev. Clarence Woollard will officiate and 'interment will bo in the Malvern cemetery. Mrs. Ewing is survived by her husband Charley, a daughter and a son, all ol 1 Malvern. Friday Rites For Clara Henderson Funeral services will be held this Friday, Jan. 9, al 2 p.m., at the Malvern United Methodist church for Mrs. Clara Henderson. The Rev. Clarence Woollard will officiate and interment will be in the East Liberty cemetery. Mansfield Funeral Funeral Home is in charge. Mrs. Henderson, a long time resident resident of the Malvern area, died Tuesday at the Edmundson hospital. She is survived by three daughters, daughters, Mrs. Fay Butterfield, Mrs. Walter Stille and Mrs. Louis Leu, and three sons, Kenneth, Alva and Roy. INFANT KILPATRICK The infant Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kilpatrick, Michelle Renee, Renee, passed away Monday evening at the Hamburg hospital where she was bom that morning. Graveside services were held Tuesday Tuesday afternoon at the Randolph cemetery. cemetery. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Penry of Randolph, Robert Kilpatrick of Thurman and Mrs. Merrill Mial of Solona Beach, Calif., and Albert Perkins, great grandfather. half the below few in and reasons has during and I in pig the in is tii 3

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