Joseph Earnest's Obit

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Joseph Earnest's Obit - 4A--Joplin Globe, Sunday January 8, 1950....
4A--Joplin Globe, Sunday January 8, 1950. DISTRICT DEATHS MOTHER OF MIAMI MAYOR FOUND DEAD IN HER HOME i » m n d e d o u t h ( ) W h y s i c j a n Miami, Okla., Jan. 7.--Mr». Julia Green, 72 yeart eld. mother of Roy Green, mayor of Miami, died about 3.15 o'clock Friday afternoon at her home, 107 H street, northeast. Mrs. Green lived alone and her M o u n t i g h t ana suf- f e i e d a heart attack several hours before neighbors found her body. |N"o inquest will be held. She was a | . Unle r e s jd e nt of Miami, loi I u r v i v o r B besides Mayor Green, e r e n c e . n c l u d e ano thcr son, A F Green the t of M i a m i ; - l o u r daughters. Mrs. Dewey Brewer of Grove, Mrs. Chet i Harrington and Mrs. Leo Welker , ^ D ^ CM{ held. dell Weir of Oroville, Calif.; h r o l h c r Dan Gaincs Ariz.; a sister, Mrs. E Phoenix, ... -- , -- ---..-, ..~. u . Elizabeth Hes- CIaremor 23 prandchi] . i a n o , drcn and gcv l l d r c n F u n e r a l ,, e r v i c e s t ndchu . were con . a f t e r n o o n at the As _ , C mbly of God church. The .Rev. ] r _ J o n e s of Qrove w _ c S hackelford of Miami offi- . n Q _ A _ R _ cem(J _ direction of the Cooper weie m Yo-^ f u n e r a l of M u r - ARJ F * TV r rn rRANRV I ILLK, ItKAnDI class] R J V J f f P n/FC AT - D / l i f I \ L . f l . LflLfiJ f\l r Gianby, Mo., Jan. 7. -- Charles K. e - h 69 ' ears old - chairman Of - J ^ rof . tnro nt *,,, r.ran. program' ""· ,-""· . --·"·' *--- been retired a number of^vears. n e d ext ensive real estate in the board of directors of the Gran- 'by Citizens State bank, died at 12 30 o'clock yesterday afternoon at , the family residence here. Mr. Tyler, a former grocer, had He this area. He was a member of the J-C " Cfc-3 a, A L A ^ 4 J , t l s / ^ l , VI. t,"«» n s o n i c ]odge and the Christian JOSEPH RAIBLE, GALENA BUSINESS MAN DIES Galena, Kan.. Jan. 7.--Joseph Ernest Raible, 61 years old, well known Galena business man, died last night in the state (.anatoiium at Norton, Kan., where he had a patient since August 26 last. Relatives who had visited with Mr. Raible at the sanatorium within the last few weeks had found him apparently improved. He suffered a heart attack yesterday died unexpectedly. Mr. Raible was born in L.ittlc Rock. Ark., J u n e 15. 1888. to this vicinity with his parents 1891. He established an ice cream factory on East Seventh street here in 1915, which he operated for years. In 1918, ne and his brother. Harry Raible, established the ble Candy Company Following j s _ H Harry Raible's death, Joseph Rai ble purchased his bi other's interests and continued to operate '"* " al - candy company until 1947 when was forced to retire because of d] health. He was married to Elizabeth Croon in Joplm in 1910. He member of St. Patrick's Catholic n c x f church. His home was at j'lfth ! Joplin streets. AKRON WOMAN Surviving, besides his widow, a daughter, -Mrs. Fred R. of the home; a son. Joseph ble of Galena: his mother. Mis. Ehzabeth R. Raible of Los An- geles. Calif.; a sister. Miss Vera Raible of Los Angeles, and three grandchildren. Mary Elizabeth. seph Edward, jr.. and James Rob- ert Raible of Galena. F n e r a l services win be cotlduc t- ;ed at 10:30 o'clock Monday rnorn- The body was returner' *o Ha- !ena by the Potect funeral home. Funeral services will be ed at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning at the St. Patrick's Cathohr on church. The Rev. Father Robert Dennis will officiate. were Rosary v/111 be recited at o'clock Monday night at the Potee: ing at the Granby Christian church. | f u n e r a l home. The . Robert Ogle will o f f i c i a t e ; i n state at the funeral home. will be in Ozark Memorial P cecieterv. Honorary pallbearers will be A. b y j n d mera bers of the Masonic lodge go f r o m , , u part i c i pate j n the service. The hodj . wlll be taken to Neodesha. K a n , for graveside rites at the T. Robeson, Warren S t r i i They -were being Monday afternoon. Frank Dunnil!, Elmer Carney, W. i gallon. a n d | h g bod \. w ji] jj e m s t ate at thejH. Melcher. B. E., Bliss, J- W-| The ai|C u i\ e funeral chapeJJCarbsle and F. H. Tryon: active.')the i t l i the funeral hour. jJohn Schnieders, Alba PhipDS, A. J and struck Mrs. IG. Bradshaw. Albert Dumvin. fide. daughter, Mrs. Ethel jc. Bradshaw. Albert Dunivin. Mar- of Xeodesha; a brother, V ;n Huddieston and John Scofield m O n a ; hospital. i Ralph Tyler of Collinsvil'.e. Okla..

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