Madge Barrows Hansen obituary
Mrs. M. Haiisen Mrs. Madge Hanson. 60. who suffered a paralytic stroke on July 10, died at 8:55 a. m. today !n St. Anthony's Hospital. She had been in St. Anthony's 20 days, prior to which she was hospltnli/ed in Alton Memorial. A resident of 5.'i2 1C. Eighth St.. Mrs. Hanscn, was the wife ot John Hanson, who is employed as a carpenter at Alton State Hospital. They wore married May V2, 19.'!". and formerly resided in Lincoln, where he was an cmplovc in the state hospital there. She uas thr- daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Barrows, and wns born Aug. 28. 18% in Chicago. In addition to her husband. Mrs. Hansen is survived by three sisters, ail in Chicago, Mrs. Elsie CluUerham. Mrs. Mabel Foster and Mrs. Florence Nichols. Friends may call at Burke Funeral Home from '' p. m. until 8 p. m. Sunday, after which the body will be moved to the Lain & Sons Funeral Home. W. 63rd Street, Chicago. Rites in the funeral home in Chicago will be Tuesday at 2 p. rn. Burial will be in Cedar Park Cemetery.