Ogletons in action in Muscatine funeral - 1937

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Ogletons in action in Muscatine funeral - 1937 - Funeral Rites for Mrs. Elizabeth Car*Observed...
Funeral Rites for Mrs. Elizabeth Car*Observed Car*Observed at Church Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Elizabeth A. Carr were held at 2 p. m, Monday at her home on Fulliam avenue, and at 2:30 at the Bethel A. M. E. church. The Rev. W. F.. Ogleton, pastor pastor officiated at the rites, assisted assisted by the Rev. Robert Thomas, presiding elder of the Illinois Chicago district, the Rev. W. H. Ogleton, presiding elder of the St. Paul district, the Rev. H. J. Parker, pastor of the Waterloo Bethel, church, and the Rev, J. J. Evans, pastor of the Cedar Rapids Rapids Bethel church. Music was given by Mrs. W. F. Ogleton, Mrs. Robert Evans, Miss Lorena Evans, Mrs, W. M.'Davie and Mrs. Richard Smith, -accompanied -accompanied by Mrs. Alice Thompson. They sang, "Am I Born to. Die?" "No Night There" and "Shall We Meet Beyond the River?" Mrs. Ogleton sang as a solo, "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere," and Mrs. Thompson played as a piano solo, "Abide With Me." Pallbearers were James McWilliams, McWilliams, B. W, Allen, J, P. McWilliams, McWilliams, A. 0. Powell,; W. M. Davie and Charles Hawkins. Burial Burial was made in the family lot at- Greenwood cemetery. The George M. Wittich Funeral home was in charge of arrangements. arrangements. a

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  1. The Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune,
  2. 14 Sep 1937, Tue,
  3. Page 10

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