Ethel K Jones Failer obit 1955
Mrs. Charles Failer Mrs. Ethel K. Failer, 68. died Friday morning at the Lakeside Rest Home, Warsaw, where she had been a patient for the past six months. Mrs. Failer was the wife of Charles Failer, who a long term of years had been president of the Osage Valley Bank at Warsaw. She wa.s born in Benton County July 3, 1887, daughter of George and Catherine Jones and spent her younger years there and on March 21, 1917, she married Charles F'ail- er and they spent their entire married married life on a farm north of W’ar- saw. They were parents of two children, a daughter and son, both dying in infancy. Mrs. Failer was a member of the Warsaw Baptist Church having having transferred membership there from the Fir.st Baptist Church in Sedalia in 1914. Surviving besides her husband •re • sister, Mrs. Mamie Wkiter- sten, Lampas, Tex.; and three brothers, Clarence Jones, Lincoln Everett Jones, Warsaw, and Roy Jones, Bakersfield, Calif. Funeral services will be at p.m. Sunday at the Warsaw Baptist Baptist Church, the pastor, the Rev Orville Woolery, to officiate. Buria will be in Riverside Cemetery. The body wiU remain at the Re •er Funeral Home until time for services.