Dr. N. D. Estes obituary

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just . $ 2 0 0 city Services for Ketired ' Physician Set for _ Friday we a worth of Dr. Newton Davis Estes, aged 65, retired medical -practitioner, died Tuesday at his home, 2039.' Qulncy avenue, of pneumonia. Dr. Estes wag a son -o£ Milton Estes, -after, whom Estes park in Colorado was named. He came O.gden 40 years ago and had hore continuously for 30 years. retired from active practice 13 years ago after maintaining offices in the First National Bank bulld- injr for many years. He was bora'In St.' Joseph, August 14,: 1862, and Tvas graduated graduated trom Washburn Medical college. Before coming west he-was-on staff of-the Bellevue hospital, New York- In 1S92, Dr. Estes was a lieutenant in the.U. S. army and.for years a member of the Colorado national guard. He was a member of the Masonic fraternity,.the Elks, Knights of Pythias, Woodmen 'of- the World and a former member of the Eagles. Dr. Esteis' first wife', Ida.B. Chattier Chattier Estes, died in. Denver, and second wife, Rose McDonald 'Ester*, to whom he was-married 10 ago, survives, him. Three brothers, E J; Estes of Longmont, Colo.. Charles and George Estes of New Mexico City, N. M., and four, children, children, Mrs". Ruby Howe, Carol.Stew- art and Estes Estes of Canon Colo., also survive. · .· Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock .in the Fourth ward- chapel with Bishop H. E. Lund presiding. The may be viewed at the family Thursday afternoon arid' evehir.g and also on Friday until t i m s?rvices. Interment-will b o - m in the Ogden City cemetery under the direction of Lindquist undertakers.- undertakers.- A few months ago The Stand-. : ard-Examlner published one Dr. Estes'- poems. -.The title "In Absence" _ and it is reprinted below: When do I want you most? Why. dear, at morn; When I first wake and realize another day is born. When the first sunbeams on 'the hills shake out their golden fringe, . . · And all the sky, is tender yet, dawn's dull rose'atinge; · When, every fluted blade and leaf with, fairy gems swung-Then swung-Then is the time I want you because the day is young.. When do I want you'; most? Why, dear, at noon;' For these enchanted meadows smile as if it still were A hundred- fields or. blossoming flax are blue '; as when.' came. The oriole flashes u p - t h e narrow lines of -flame, Wlien the white roads are jdrench- ed with the sun, and'-pine woods scent the air, Then is the time I wantyou'most. because the'day is-fair. When do I want you most? Why, dear, at night; When in the stars . that rise both, I read your .love and light. When memory, turns its -rosary and -days you do not share,Slip share,Slip silently on the silken · string, like beads.without a'prayer.; When fire-flies swing their , elf lamps to .lead my longings ·on, · Then Is the time I want you because the day is gone. --Dr. - N. D. Estes.. (Written, while- in school at Washburn college.)

Clipped from The Ogden Standard-Examiner23 Mar 1927, WedPage 12

The Ogden Standard-Examiner (Ogden, Utah)23 Mar 1927, WedPage 12
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