Stella Hamaker obit

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MDr f;f- J - Mwnftfeef Saturday in Home NW strahan Was Sick But Short Tittle; Funeral Services Meld Monday Afternoon Mrs. Owen 3. Hamaker. a life Ime resident of Mills county, assed away at her home near jtrahan early Saturday morning fter a short illness. She had been n poof health for a long time ast bat her last serious Illness was of short duration. She was aken sick just the Thursday pre- eding her death. Funeral services were held donday afternoon in the First Baptist church in Malvern conducted conducted by the pastor, Rev. Frank O. Tebow, assisted by Rev. C. L. ultfnan, pastor Tit the Methodist church at Strahan. Mr. Pullman also conducted brief services at he home before coming to the jhurch. Special music was furnished by i mixed quartet, Rev. and Mrs ?. O. Tebow, E. C. Collins, and tfrs. Harvey Summers with Mrs. B. E. Kline as accompanist. Interment was made in the Malvern cemetery. The pall bearers bearers were A. J. Berkhlmer, J. W. McNulty, Frank Chamberlain Otto Kline, Bert Kline, and A. C, Trlvely. The following obituary was given: Stella A. Smith, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. James H. Smith was born Nov. 29, 1872 at Mai vern. Her life expired at the farm home just north of Strahan at a. m. Saturday, Sept. 6. She Is survived by her husbam Owen Hamaker, a son, Gerald who is now at home, and two daughters, Mary ot Red Oak and Orace, now at home, and two grandsons; also her mother, Mrs Jane Smith, of Malvern, three sisters, Mina of Colorado Springs Colo., Georgia of Creston, Grace of Omaha, and two brothers Fred ot Omaha and Charles o Des Moines, and a host of neigh bors and friends. In girlhood she united with th Baptist church of Malvern am clnity. For the past fourteen year she has been a constant sufferer though bearing up and keepin about her work. She was take rather suddenly having bee about as well as usual until few hours before her death. She was a good and falthfu wife and mother and shall b greatly missed in her home. Card of Thanks To the friends and neighbors vho so kindly assisted us in the tour of our sorrow we wish to express our heartfelt thanks; also also for the beautiful flowers sent as a token of love for our dead wife and mother, Owen Hamaker and children, Mae, Gerald, and Grace,

Clipped from The Malvern Leader11 Sep 1930, ThuPage 1

The Malvern Leader (Malvern, Iowa)11 Sep 1930, ThuPage 1
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