Clipped From Joplin Globe
time of Lancaster F. SERVICES AT DUENWEG MONDAY FOR STUDYVIN Funeral services for Clyde Studyvin, 68-year-old retired farmer of near Duenweg who died Thursday night in Freeman hospital, will held at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon at the Duenweg Christian church. The Rev. Lon Presley Carterville will officate. Burial will be in Diamond cemetery. Pallbearers will be Clyde Endicott, Gene Parker, Frank Martin, Virgil McLain, John and Gene Adams. The body will remain at the Thornhill-Dillon mortuary until 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, when it will be removed the family home two miles east Duenweg to remain until noon Monday, and will lie In state at church from 12:30 o'clock Monday afternoon until the time of the service. Mr. Studyvin is survived by sons, Benton Studyvin of Duenweg, Ray Studyvin of Birmingham, Archie Studyvin of Carthage, Private Don Studyvin of Fort Sill, Okla., and Sergeant Arthur Studyvin with the army overseas; five daughters, Miss Susie Studyvin, Miss Eunice Sudyvin and Mrs. Krill, all of the home, Mrs. Haase, 723 Indiana avenue, and Mrs. Julius Doty, 116 North avenue; three brothers, Elmer Studyvin and Henry Studyvin of Paton, la., and Charles Studyvin Pilot Mound, la., and 15 grandchildren.