Clipped From The Mason City Globe-Gazette
regularly he do making remember war. be he him announced paragraph bill. war, in telegraph S. at weeklies. IN LIFE Clear MRS. E. E. STUDYVIN MRS, STUDYVIN DIES AT HOME Lake Farm Woman Succumbs Monday Clear take--Mrs. E. E. Study- in, 74, died at her farm home miles east of Clear Lake on vay 18 about 9 o'clock Monday morning following a long illness, uneral arrangements are incom- lete. The body is at Ward's eral home. Mrs. Studyvin was born L. Noella Gridley, daughter of S. O. nd Letha E. Gridley, in Medina ounfy, Ohio, Feb. 7, 1872. le was 2 years old the family moved to Page county, Iowa, he next year to Chapin, Franklin ounly, where she grew to nhood. She attended the public chools, took a few terms at tate Teachers college, Cedar alls, and began teaching in ranklin county rural schools in 890. Miss Griotley was married to VIr. Studyvin Feb. 17, 1910, and ley moved to the vicinity of lear Lake in 1911. Mrs. aught the home school, Lake , for 3 years during World he was interested in Farm eau and home project work ras Â· leader of Lake's Ambitious r estae, girls' 4-H club, a f years. She was a member lome Improvement club and of ie Methodist church. Besides her h u s b a n tudyvin is survived by 2 broth- rs, E. B. Gridley, Buffalo, nd O. E. Gridley, Chapin, 2 tephews and 2 nieces.