Mrs. Harry (Pearl) Blairs brother
are sponsoring a c .•ora K ')Y Hawthorn:' Funeral services wjre h..-:d at the Presbyterian church Friday afternoon ior Roy Hawthorne who servic. Th.r j close fi tends oi died at the home of his parents on Wedm sdr.y ir.orn'ng. i Jev. Spencer Spencer of Lak- City had charge of th-: ill bearers were th.- deceased from h's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.' Hawthorne, one brother, Walter of Cherokee, three sisters, Mrs. Alex. ''"."ibsn, Sr.. and Mrs. Harry Blair af Vetter, and Mr:;. Elmer Clark of Ksthervi'lc, a number of nieces and nephews and a host of friends. I with Leland ilav.lcs at Estherville. A cm :rtei: Mrs. E. L. Dah'quist, Mi:;. Kv.'iett Garnat::. J. W. Crocker and Nile Shannon. he piano sang "The Old llu^-ed Cros.;," "No Night Theie" "oaved by DEMEMBER S —'WAY BACK ' WHEN I Gracv." Roy li^ Julia r;\,\ born ne; 100: jiitm i Aug '. t .lurn ?. ."o 'JT '.gest. so'l IVmily hawthorn-.-, •KIXH I'.ae C.ty on Jan. 20. pasi.e.l uwiy at the •1.909 Mrs. Cnv.cn of Wiggins, ..Miss., return-ul home this week after sp.-nding the past, wee:: with Mrs. • J. • - r> . Mkiehen. , i 1909 - ! The ::e:chant automobile party of hi-: parent.; is.a-i. i:t i jyears, G months and n Auburn on • age of 23 j days. When lx» r he r.ijvcd with his parent; to Marcus, J .u.. v. h•-• e they i .-oil for a r.umb'-r < f year.', later aiov- '.ng back to sjac county. lie has spent the p:i:t sever.":! year:: of his life near Eslhcrvil'c where he was employed. When h's health failed he was brought.to the home of his parent-? where all medical skill and loving hands could do was -ion- 1 . Mr. Hawthorne was a young man cf good habits and made friends wherever he went. He leaves to mourn his passing DISTRICT Pisti'ict number one will in the city of Carroll.