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Royd, HO, 2:^5 2nd l Con- 1!T. Koute I , Springs! S . W . ; Art -1'iH Jack t y ; Dale Weber, Mason City Sunday morning. Mollies; l l c j . i e l d . and Kthcl l s Clyde and B e a t r i c e Marie M. was grant . . a !Â·'. (WIÂ» Lot e n c e Kransen, On 1, bond highway Mrs. Studyvin * Dies at Home Services to Be at W i n n i p e g , Mrs. E. E. Studyvin, 75, (nee Harriet VanEvory Hill) of RFD 2, Clear Lake, died at a Mason City nursing home at 7:15 a.m., Sunday, following a long illness. Mrs. Studyvin was born Sept. 29, 1873, at Apple River, 111., the daughter of David E. and Anna Goldsborough VanEvery. S h e moved to Chapin with her family 1880 and was married there lo Fred Hill, June 1, 1894. They made their first residence in Arkansas, and Dion moved to Canada, where they spent considerable considerable time until the death of Mr Hill in 1933. Mrs. Hill returned lo the United Stales in 1945. She was married to 33. E. Study vin June 15, 1947, and they scttlcc on a farm home near Clear Lake She was a member oÂ£ the Congre gational Church at Chnpin and th Queen Rcbekah Lodge 10G. Surviving are her husband, ii Clear Lake; two sons, Brian Hill and .Percy Hill, and a daughter Mrs. Everett (Margarite) Kerna han, all of Winnipeg, C a n a d grandchildren; seven great grand children a n d a brother, George VanEvery, Mason City. She was preceded in death by son, Martin, and a sister, Mrs. Jo scphine Hazelton. The body will lie in state at th McAuley and Son Funeral Horn until noon Tuesday, and will thci be taken to Winnepeg, Canada where services will be held Thurs day afternoon at Park View Unitec Church in Winnipeg. Intermcn will be at St. James Cemetery The McAuley a n d Son Funcra Home is in charge.