Shirley Louise Chaney death. 2 Apr 1945 Beatrice Daily Sun
Grand Island Child Succumbs To Lockjaw I GRAND ISLAND. April 2 i.T 1 — '• Shirley Louise Ohaney. ten-year-; old daughter of Mrs. Genevieve; Chancy. iiie<l Saturday afternoon' in a local hospital as a result of ; a tetanus infection arising from a i splinter wound suffered nearly two weeks ago just above one ; knee. ! Symplons of lockjaw evidenced i themselves last Wednesday morn- 1 ing and later in the day she was taken to the hospital. Her condition condition had been regarded as serious ; since her arrival at the hospital. 1 Funeral services will be conduct; conduct; ed Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'| o'| clock in tho Livingston-Sonder; Livingston-Sonder; mann funeinl home by Rev. Wil' Wil' liam A. Hubbard. pastor of the ! Methodist church. Burial will be in the Grand Island cemetery. Surviving are her mother, one ; brother, Robert F'ugene, four sis' ters. Norman Jean. Margaret Ann, Ruth Bethene and Peggy Joan, her j grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh \ chaney of Aurora and Mr. and ! Mrs Henry R. Casper of Giltner and other relatives.