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FUNERALS MRS. CLARA B. ATTEBERRY ; i ' di' Funeral services for Mrs. Clara B. 1 A I Atterberry were held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Waggoner Waggoner Campbell chapel, Rev. H. C. Stark officiating. During the service Mr. and Mrs. J. C. King j two hymn selections, accompanied at I [the piano by Mrs. Dean King. The · chapel was filled by the many ' and there were many beautiful flowers banked . about the casket. Those acting as pall bearers were Edward A. McMahan, R. E. Ward, Elmer McLain, Carl Bid, E. A. Sheets- and Knute Rogne. Interment Interment was made in the Conrad re morial cemetery. j Christ church. Otituary Clarissa Loy, daughter of Fredi Fredi erick and Catherine Loy, was born '.Tyndall, South Dakota, on July 25, ,18!M), and passed away April B, j 1038 at the age of 47 years. I She was united in marriage to ;John C. Atteberry in 1.910 and d have made their home in the Helena Plats district for 84 years. Mrs. ! Atteberry had been in poor health ! for several years, but looked on , bright side of life. Her sudden was a distinct shock to the family and friends. She was ever 'seeking the betterment of the neighborhood; was a leader in 4-H club work, and an ardent participant i n the Worker's club for 16 years. Her passing will be a serious loss to the community. Frank B. Willis. I" 1 lne Besides her husband, Mrs. Atte- berry leaves two sons, Clarence and Lewis U Atteberry; ane .daugh- ter, Mrs. Ida. Maas, and one grand- heil d son, Edwin friends. Maas, and a host

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  1. The Daily Inter Lake,
  2. 08 Apr 1938, Fri,
  3. Page 5

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