Rachel Ellen Pierson-Henry Pierson

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to Thomas soldiers," too." the prepared its years connection after was coroner's was husband. S. W. Iowa Deaths Special to The Nonpareil. George A. Miller. OAKLAND -- Funeral services for George A. Miller, 85-year-old James township farmer who died Sunday at a Council Bluffs hospital, hospital, will be held Thursday at 2 p. m. at the Silver Creek church, the Rev. H. F. Kirschner officiating. officiating. Mr. Miller was a native o£ Illinois, Illinois, and had spent 59 years in James township. His wife died in 1917. Surviving are four daughters, MiM Merle Miller, at home; Mrs. Alta Fritz and Mrs. Ada Zoller, both of Oakland; Mrs. Maude Clark of Logan; four sons, Henry of Fender, Neb., Ray of Chattanooga, Tenn., Howard of Neola, Glen of Oakland; four sisters, Mrs. Katherine Katherine Mauer of Minden, Mrs. Emma Wilkinson, Mrs. Harriett Dawson and Miss Louise Miller, all of Three Oaks, Mich. Vieth's funeral home is in charge. Interment will be in Silver Creek cemetery. Mrs. Anna H. Paasch. WALNUT--Funeral services for Mrs. Anna K. Paasch, 84, who died here Sunday, will be held Wednesday Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the Peace Evangelical Evangelical church. The Rev. Theodore Thomas will be in charge. A native of Denmark, she came to this country when 8 years of age, settling with her parents in Clinton couty. She was married at Harla Harla in 1879, and lived on a farm west of here until 1908, when she moved into town. Surviving are five children, August, August, Hugo and Mrs. Edna Lebeck, living- near Walnut; Mrs. Alvena Jacobs of Milestone, Canada and Otto Paasch of St. Louis; two brothers, Jens Hansen of Walnut county. She was married at Harand Harand Nicholas Hansen of Little Rock, Ark.; two sisters, Mrs. John Behrens and Mrs. Laurence Carstensen Carstensen of Clinton; 16 grandchildren grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. ROSB Knox Ross Knox, 58, prominent farmer living a half mile east of Yorktown on Primary No. 3, died very suddenly suddenly Saturday night an his home of a heart attack. Surviving are his widow, two step-sons, Leroy and Robert Warden; Warden; three brothers, James of Long Beach, Calif., Willard of Lewis, Kan., and Leonard of Guthrie, Okla.; one sister Mrs. Ethel Arnold of Denver, Col. Mrs. D. E. Bute SHENANDOAH --Funeral services services were held Monday for Mrs. D. E. Mute, 84, wife of a retired farm- ir. She died Friday. She is survived by her husband and two step-children. step-children. Mrs. Bute had been a W.C.- T.U. member 50 years taking the pledge under the famed Frances Willard years ago in Kansas. Mds. Rachel Plerson GRISWOLD -- Funeral services for Mrs. Rachel Ellen Pierson, 82, widow of the late Henry Pierson pioneer of Cass county were held Saturday with burial in Oakwood cemetery near Lewis. Mrs. Pierson last Tuesday at Los Angeles where she had made her home with a granddaughter. She was born in Highland county, Ohio, and when small moved to Monroe county with her parents making the trip in a covered wagon. Three years later the family moved to Caas county where they resided until going going to California several years ago. She is survived by one daughter Mrs. Lela Lundin of Wilmington, Calif., a son Earl Pierson of Petaluma, Petaluma, Calif., and a brother A. M. Gain of Lewis. All were former residents of Griswold and community. community. Samel ft. Lawson SHENANDOAH -- Samuel B. Lawson, 75, farmer and stockman, a resident of Norwich community 65 yeats, died Friday night. His widow, three sons and five daughters daughters survive. *---B«vc Vf Mtc Paptr · · Elliott School Makes Plans for Me Annual Flag Raising Program Special to The Nonpareil. The following Elliott high school students will take part In the annual annual part of the school opening at the Elliott consolidated school. Curtis Eshelman, Doris Lantz, tie- land Carlisle, Paul Shires, Margie Kasch, Doris Murphy, Betty Murphy, Murphy, Bryce Adkins, Billy Weston, Patricia Lathen, Hope Humphrey, Harriett Shields, Laura Shields, Dorothy Lee, Marianna Howell, Billy Giltner, Phyllis Olander, Doris Doris Preey, Jimmy Carey, Marlin Carey, Billy Joe England, Mary Lou England, Gordon Kasch, Frances Frances Lee, Helen Wilson, Tommy Wilson, Wilson, Eleanor Godfrey, Robert Young, Lu Jean Carlisle, Gale Eshelman, Eshelman, Donald Carson, Mary Ann Kinney, Betty Artlip, Charles Adams, Jack Buckner, Eugene Botts, Shirley Euans, Charlene Penry, Dorothy Milner, Jenelia Bishop, Thomas Mewhirter and Richard Cowley. Gale Woodling will have charge and accompany tre musical numbers numbers and Mrs. William England will accompany Billy Joe and Mary Lou England. Superintendent Ernest P. Simmons, who has headed headed the Elliott schools since September September 1919 will have charge of the program that will be held In the new Elliott gymnasium and auditorium. auditorium. The Rev. William Lee will give the invocation and the Rev. Ralph Fagan the benediction after the flag raising by the senior class, Paul Shires will recite America's creed as the flag is raised to start the new school year which has been dedicated to Victory For Lasting Lasting Peace, 1944-145. i----S«v« Wute Paper- There were women physician* among the ancient Greeks. MCE apint MwayxMteMM. YOUMlMMykMr I l *?i""*r- «·»·«*,·«· tROTfa, LtSSKSPiM

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  1. Council Bluffs Nonpareil,
  2. 29 Aug 1944, Tue,
  3. Page 9

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