Lillie Maude Creason
which was founded in 1861. Graduating Magna Cum Laude was David Boileau, Rt. 1, Henderson. Dr. Helen Miner Miller, director of programs for the Gulf Oil Foundation in Pittsburgh, delivered the commencement address. Honorary degrees were awarded to Miller and the Rev. Gerhard E. Frost, a member of the Luther Theological Seminary faculty. A total of 159 seniors graduated with honors—74 cum laude, 55 magna cum laude and 30 summa cum laude. The iMalvern Leader Thursday, Junes, l!>7fi Malvern, Iowa Services Were May 29 For Mrs. Maude Young Lillie Maude Creason was born March 20, 1881 in Doniphan, Nebraska, the daughter of John and Ruth Creason. She was married to William Young June 28, 1905 at Henderson. Prior to moving to Glenwood about twenty-five years ago, they spent their life ;i( Hastings. Mrs. Young was a member of the Methodist church at Hastings. , Following a heart attack Tuesday, Mrs. Young was taken to a Council Bluffs hospital where her death occurred Wednesday. Surviving are two children; Mrs. Harold (Irene) Bixler of Bradenton, Fla., and Gerald Young of Winnebago, Minn.; two grandsons and seven great grandchildren; two sisters. Mrs. Josephine Burke of Longmont, Coin.. and Mrs. Manota Henderson of Doniphan, Nebr. The service for Mrs. Young was at Gnu.T- United Methodist church, Glenwood. May 2'i. at 10:30 a.m. with Rev. Harvey G. Quandt officiating. Neil McPherron was vocal soloist, Mrs. Harvey Quandt the organist. Burial was in Glenwood Cemetery.