Clyde Studyvin Dies at Freeman Hospital
distorted of is that result abTe with CLYDE STUDYV1N DIES AT FREEMAN HOSPITAL Clyde Studyvin, 68 years 5ld, retired 'farmer* died at 10 -o'clock last night in Freeman hospital following a three-year illness. He was admitted to the hospital April. 29.. Sis Sis wife, Mrs. Martha Florence Studyvin, died April 9.- Mr. Mr. Studyvin was born in P\it- nam '.county, Illinois, and moved to this district from Iowa in 1914. His home was two miles east Duenweg. Surviving are five sons, Benton Studyvin of Duenweg, Ray Studyvin Studyvin of Birmingham, Ala., Archie Studyvin of Carthage, Don Studyvin, Studyvin, stationed with "the army at Fort Sill and Art Studyvin, with the army overseas; five daughters, Miss Susie 'Studyvin, Miss Eunice Studyvin and Mrs. John Krill, all of the home, Mrs. Max Haase, Indiana avenue, and Mrs. Julius Doty,. IIS North- Harlem sveatee; three brothers, Elmer Studyvin and Henry Studyvin of Paton, atfd ClStrleV 'Studyvin of Pilot Mound, la., arid 15 grandchildren. He 'was a member of the Christian church. Funeral arrangements are in charge of the ThornhiU-Dillon mortuary.