Carrie Hook, obit article, 3 Nov 1936, Alton Evening Telegraph

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Carrie Hook, obit article, 3 Nov 1936, Alton Evening Telegraph - Mrs. Hook Found Dead at Worden WPA Youths...
Mrs. Hook Found Dead at Worden WPA Youths Arrested In Voting Question WORDEN, Nov. 3 (Special)— Mrs. Carrie Hook, 64, Was fount dead tn a rain barrel outside he home here at 6:15 this morning, by her husband, William Hook, when he returned from the Worden city hall, where he Is employed at Janitor. Hook told friends this morning that hi* wife had prepared break fast for him at 4 o'clock thl* morning. He said he hart gone to his work «t the city hall and when he returned he found his wife wa* not In the house. He called ou several times before going outside where he found her body. Hook said he found the houie in perfect order upon his return from the city hall. The beds had been made, he told neighbors, and routine routine morning housework had beei tl,onc. Mrs. Hook was born near Alton and was a member 1 of the-Trinity Lutheran church here, ' Beside her husband she I* survived by *|gter, Mr*. Kate Schmoller, 01 Alton. Funeral arrangements had > been made at noon today.

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 03 Nov 1936, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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