Inus/Inez Bays obit
Inus Cook Dies Today; Funeral Rites Pending Mrs. Inus Cook, 54, died this morning in St. Andrew's hospital after being removed there last nig-lil. from her home on S. Eighteenth St. She was born in 1S94 m Pomona and had lived here since around 1'917. She was married in 1917 to Thomas Cook, who survives with two daughters, Izora Cook at home and Mrs. KaUierine Eth'erton of Peoria, two sons, Thomas of Mw- •physboro, and Billic Dean at home, two grandchildren, one brothe-iv Dave Bays of LaPorte. Ind., and one sister, Mrs. Halite Scliaeffcr of Jefferson City, Mo. One child, two grandchildren, three sisters and two brothers preceded 'her in death. She was a member of the First PeiHacostal church of Murphysboro, The body will remain at the Meyer Funeral home pending funeral arrangements.