Atwell Black Obituary
Mr. Black's Funeral Set Funeral services for Atwell ;-^ .., , ,,,, ' ,, , ' ^ w e j i BIack: 70 ' of ls Pearl Sl -- wh Â° Â·Â·Â·Â·" Tnul ' sda y l n F Â°* Hospital o w l n a t h r e e a c y ^ ^ d Onconla. following a three year illness, will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday Sunday at the Bookhout Funeral Home, 357 Main St. The Rev. Russell Lawry, pastor pastor of the Kim Park Methodist Church, will o f f i c i a t e will be placed in the funeral home v a u l t for later b u the Plains Cemptary. Mr. Black was horn July 14, 1S82. in Phclns Counly. Nt-Dras-. ka, son of Richard and Harriet (Dunlavey) Black. He married Gcogiana Elliol! in 1903 at R a g a n died in 1(108. He married Lucy B l a n r h a r d on Dec. S, i r l warrant retired a i r b inspector for (he D it H Rail- road, has lived in Oneonta for 36 years, formerly residing in Ragan, Neb. He was a member of Ihe Kim Park Mclhotiisl Church, a member of its board: of stewards for many years an-l thc International Brotherhood: of Machinists. ' | Surviving is his wife; f i v sons, A l l e n Black. Denver. Kenneth L. Black, Â« C h .St., Francis A. Black, 12 Birch St., Maurice Black. 34 London Ave., and Russell D. Black, 13 Pear! St., three daughters. Mrs. Leon B. Williams. 2 St., Miss Helcne D. Black, Â»t home and Mrs. Harold E. Wilkins, 4.V: Chestnut St. Three brothers, Howard Blaci, Carfxmdale, Colo., Claude Black and Richard Rlack, Holdredgc, Neb.; four sinters. Mrs. Hall Elliott, Arcadia, Neb., Mrs. Ray Ragan, Mrs. Nan T a l - ' madgc and Mrs. William Bryan i c - . Holdredge, Neb., and grandchildren. g iss- d her Friends may call at the funeral funeral home.