Wright, Helen Brown (1928)-Death
WRIGHT FUNERAL SERVICE IS HELD AT YOUNGSVILLE Rev. Davison Officiates And Interment Is Made In I. 0. 0. F. CemeLery HALLOWE'EN REVELRY YOUNGSVILLE, Nov. 1.--Funtrai cervices for the late Mrs. Helen Wright -were held from the home on West Main street, Wednesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. The home was filled Â·with relatives and friends and there were many beautiful floral tokens of esteem from neighbors, friends and relatives. Rev. S. T. Davison, pastor of the First M. E. church, bruoght a message of comfort to the sorrowing family. He based his remarks on the 4th verse of the First Chapter of the General Epistle of Peter, "To an inheritance incorruptible and undefiled and that fadeth not away, reserved in Heaven for you." He spoke of the faithful life of Mrs. Wright, which had brought a blessing to those who knew her. Mrs. Wright was a member of M. E. church having joined the Youngsville church many years ago. She belonged to the W. B. A. and Lady Grey Rebekah Lodge. She -was also a member of the Robert Relief Corps, being one of the early members of the order. Her Relief Corps sisters conducted the impressive Relief Corps service, led by president, Mrs. Nellie Belnap, and the chaplain, Mrs. Alzada Grey. A quartette composed of Mrs. Grace Kay, Mrs. R. H. Knapp, Buck and Rev. S. T. Davison sang Hymn, "It Is Well With My Soul." Mrs. Wright -who waa sixty-eight years of age, was preceded in death by her husband, Haste Wright. She is survived by one son, Harold of Youngsville; three sisters, Mrs. Belle Hodges of Tidioute; Mrs. Marson of Pleasantville; Mrs. Marie Maross of Union City; and three brothers, Ralph Brown of Pleasantville; Glen Brown of Jamestown and Brown of Oil City. All of the immediate family present at the funeral except one brother, Ralph Brown of Pleasantville. Other near relatives in attendance at the funeral were Mrs. Glen Brown and son Mac and daughter Louise of Jamestown, N. Y.; Mr. Mrs. Arthur Clark and son Charles of Tionesta, Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Wright and daughter Vivian of Sharon.