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 - time milking t"»t to of W Hugh and born Dee....
time milking t"»t to of W Hugh and born Dee. He left 7, 1SSO, a t Bagley. . him i u death o u May 4, To this union were 'bor n 3 children: children: Mrs. Harriett oiiv e Muir of Barley, Charles of St. Airs. Mary Helen Liuda, California. become a iu brother, other Bagley. He assisted hi s father a s a miller before leaving home following the same trade iu Illoinois before lie engaged in furniing near Bagly for many years. Later he moved to Bugley Bugley being employed by th u Bagley Municipal Light Co. which latter became became the Iowa Electric Light and Power Co. After the death of hi s wif e in 1932 he mad e his home with hi s daughter -Mrs. Olive Muir, in Bagley and moved moved w i t h them t 0 their farm near gas- ley in 1038 where he resided uc!:l the time of his death. Besides his three children he is survived by ,,ne sister, Emily Cypher of Philadelphia, Pa., five grandaugh- ters, four grandsons and two great- granddaughters and a host ot friends. Services for Mr. Anderson -were he'd Tuesday afternoon from the Christian church at Bapley with the Itev Ilomor Ol e in charge. Burial was i n the Greenbrier cemetery. Caskctbearer s were Oscar Cain, Sol rnimell, Clarence Booth, Howard IVitter, WiJliara JIcGiraey and Ben Erps. 1 0(I

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  1. The Bayard News,
  2. 17 Dec 1942, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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