Clipped From Sterling Daily Gazette
EML OF UVNA HELD YESTERDAY Services Conducted By Rev. Wm-.Swenson In Tampico Methodist Church TAMPICO—(Special'' —The funeral funeral services for Mrs. Lavinla Scott were hold Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the M. E. church. Rev. Wm. Swenson conducted the services. The singers were Mrs. J, M. Conroy and Mrs. H. J. Russcl, with Mrs. R. F. Woods accompanist. The grandsons of the deceased who acted as pall bearers were George, Ralph and Gordon Stickel, Mason Walker, Carrol Scott and Frank Clary: Burial Burial was In the Tnmplco cemetery. Those from out of town attending the funeral sen-ices were Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Walker, Mrs. O. A. Walker Walker of Omaha. Neb., Ralph Walker of Waterloo, la., Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ander?on of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snckett, Mr. and Mrs. Ha- clen of Napervii'e, Mr. and Mrs, Don Walters and son of Downers Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Roland and son of LnSnlle, Mr. and Mr;;. P. H. Utlry of Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. Art Gibson of Lyndon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clary Clary and daughter. Frank Olson nnd Wm. Dablrr of Manllus. John Clary. Sr.. daughter 1-ola and sons John, Wnyr.e. Ted and Roy. Mr and Mrs. Harry Zarr, Mrs. Margaret Scott and .sons Robert and Ward, of Prophetstown, Prophetstown, Lawrence and Earl Clary of Ga'.esburg. Obituary of Mrs. Scott Mrs. Lavinla Scott was born in Findlay, Ohio, August 13, 1841, mid fell asleep In death April 21. 1928. at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. H. Sackctt, at Naperville, aged 87 years, eight months and eight days. Until a week before her death she had enjoyed reasonabl" health for her years, when the disease, known as portal thrombosis, laid hold of her. nnd death was the result. On Dec. 7, 1859. in the very beginning beginning el young womanhood. Miss Lavinia Keel entered into marriage relation with J. E. Scott at Princeton. Princeton. The fruit as* 4 of this union was right children: Mrs. R. H. Sackett of Naperville, Mrs. O. A. Walker of Omaha, Neb., Mrs. Mary Stickle and F. H. Scott of Tampico. Mrs. R. E. Anderson of Chicago, nnd two deceased, deceased, Mrs. John Clary and Will Scott. For a short time the family resided resided at LeClaire, Iowa, then at Dover, Dover, 111., after which they moved to Sterling, nnd then to Tampico, where since Mr. Scott's death Mrs. Scott resided with her son Frank, except the short period before her dentil, when she was a member of her daughter's household. Two of Mrs. Scott's sisters, now residents r.t Princeton, survive her, namlev Mrs. Elizabeth Coddington and Mrs. Ed Nichols.