NEMEC RITES TUESDAY Fnnornl Scrvicos For Noble, County Pioneer Woman Set For Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Nemec, 81 years of age died at her home, 4."1 Elm street on Saturday afternoon following an illness illness which ,,has extended over eleven eleven months. She has been in poor health for sometime but her condition has not been considered critical until the past few weeks. Service Tuesday Funeral services will be .held from the Christian church at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternon with Rev. Charles W. Johnstone, pastor of the church; officiating, it was announced by Christoph and Newton, funeral di*rectors. di*rectors. Bui'ial will be made in the Bohemian cemotery seven miles north of Perry. " >She >She is survived by her husband, Albert Nemec and six children, Mrs Charles Turner, Los Angeles, Gal., John, Edward,' Mrs. fBilly Kicker and, Mrs. Frank"'R. Loula of Perry; and,Mrs. 1 Earl Allison of San Bernardino, Bernardino, California. Mrs. Nemec has been given* ever j medical attention possible during tb past few months having been taken to the Rolator hospital at Oklahoma City and the Baptist hospital a Enid. Born in Bohemia She was born in Prague, Bohemia on February 0, 1847 and was marricc there to Albert Nemec In 1867. In 1882 'with her husband and six children children she came to America and set tied at Wilbur, Nebraska where they resided until the- opening of the Cherokee strip. They drew a 'clain i?i the race 8 1-2 miles north ot Perry where they lived for a num ber of years. tin 1&17 they moved to'the family home where she lived with her bus band and daughter, Mrs. Billy Rickert Rickert and Mi 1 , Rickert.