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ON Feb 4, 1892, Olive M. CURTIS, dau of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. CURTIS, and E.C. AILOR of Stella, Nebraska, were united in marriage at the home of her parents. After the ceremony the young couple left for their new home at Haddam, Kansas. They lived on a farm near Haddam for many years, but in later years they have maintained their home in town where Wednesday, they received the congratulations and best wishes from their many friends.
The couple has been identified as prosperous farmers of this community and also as business leaders, having for several years owned and operated the City Hotel of Haddam. Mrs. AILOR is the eldest of her family having been born in Hartford City, Indiana, and came with her parents to southeastern Nebraska, where her aged mother, Mrs. A. J. CURTIS still resides. However, due to inclement weather, her mother was unable to be present at the celebration. Mr. AILOR came from his birthplace in Anamosa, Iowa and is the only surviving member of a pioneer family of southeastern Nebraska, also. Mr. and Mrs. AILOR are the parents of an only daughter, Hazel, who is the wife of Dr. Vernon DAVIS of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, also the grandparents of Virginia DAVIS MILLS, the wife of Lieut. Francis B. MILLS of Fort Sill, OK. The fifth generation on the maternal side is represented by Cyntha Ann MILLS, the baby daughter of Lieut. and Mrs. MILLS.
Open house was held at the AILOR home, Wednesday. Mrs. Veron DAVIS received the guest at the door. Mrs. John C. PATTERSON adn Mrs. Caroline B. SMITH of Clay Center, poured in the dining room. Mrs. E.R. MARTS, Nebraska City, presided at the guest book.
Mrs. E.C. AILOR wore a gold broach that adorned her wedding gown fifty years ago. Mr. and Mrs. AILOR received many lovely gifts, flowers, letters, cards and telegrams congradulating them on this memorable event. In the evening a lovely six o'clock dinner was served to the immediate members of the family.
The guests from out of town who called at the AILOR home during the day included Mrs. T.E. JACKSON, Tucson, Arizona, Mr. and Mrs. Vern THROOP, Belleville, Mr. and Mrs.E.J. TURNER, Mrs. J.M. FOSTER and Mrs. W.W.WILLIAMS, Clifton, Wm. A. ANDERSON and Mr. and Mrs. J.P. SNARE, Washington, Mrs. E.R. MARTS, Nebraska City, NE, Mrs.Vernon DAVIS, Oklahoma City, OK, Mrs. Frances MILLS and Cynthia Ann, Ft. Sill, OK, Mrs. Caroline B.SMITH, Clay Center , KS and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. PATTERSON, Morrowville.
Guests from Haddam included Mr. and Mrs. Jim SIMON, Miss Florence COGLETON,Mr. and Mrs. John FEFFER, Mr. and Mrs. John PATTERSON, E.L. HARTGRAVE, Mr. and Mrs. L.E. HARRIS, Mrs. Edith ELLIOT, Mrs. Jay A. WELCH, Mrs. Norman LULL, Mrs. Elmer LULL and Mrs. Alice SHEA. Mr. and Mrs. W.T. ROONEY, Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. FENCL,Mrs. John BRICK, Mrs. E.A. DRIPS, Mrs. Alveria TOTTEN, Mrs. Ellen WHIPKEY, Mrs. Earl ATBUTHNOT, Mrs. W.E. PORTER, Henry BICHEL, and George LISHER. Mr. and Mrs.Fred SEYMOUR, Freddie, Bob and Ann, Mrs. R.C. TOTTEN, Betta and Marilyn, Mrs Chalmer DEVORE, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. UNRUH, Mrs. Elizabeth SCHOCKE, Mr. and Mrs Hermon REA, Mr. and Mrs. Ray MC KENZIE, Mrs. Lloyd SPRENKEL, Mrs. Frank GIBBONEY, and Mrs. Lenora ALABAUGH. Miss Mary Ellen LUTZ, Miss Mabel MUTH, J.J. MUTH, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. HYNEK and sons, Mrs. Annie BURT, Dr. R.K. HOOVER, Dr. Ladd E. HOOVER, Mr. and Mrs. Marion WILKINSON and children and Mrs. Walter HAMBLIN. Mr. and Mrs. John BOSWELL, Phyllis PATTERSON, Nora Opal BERTRAM, Mrs. Iva G. TEDRO, Mrs. Ethel O. BISHOP, Mrs. Ida ODGERS, Janice SIMITT, Mrs. Harry TEETER and U.S. LULL.
The sudden and untimely death of George MILLER, who was found dead in the MILLER home in Belleville, Thursday noon, Dec 29, brought general sorrow to the community. His accidental death was due to ashpyxiation from fumes from a gas furnace. He was employed at ROONEY Motor Co., in Belleville and was living with Harry ROONEY in the MILLER home in Belleville. Friends discovered the tragic incident which claimed the lives of George and later that of Harry ROONEY. His life story:
George Edward MILLER, the son of Edward and Margaret MILLER, was born near Haddam, KS Jan. 30, 1905 and departed this life at Belleville, KS Tuesday, December 29, 1942 at the age of 37 years, 10 months and 29 days. He spent his life in the Haddam community and lived for a few years in Arizona. At the time of his death he was employed in Belleville, Kansas. George is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs Edward MILLER of Haddam, Ks, two sisters and two brothers, Edward MILLER Jr. of Monument, CO Mrs Roy WILLIAMS of Miami, AZ, Lawrence MILLER and Mrs. Henry WILLIAMS of Medford, OR, other relatives and many friends. He was a member of the Haddam Odd Fellows Lodge. While many of the young people have gone away from the home community to larger fields of labor, George seemed to feel that he had responsibilities and home ties that held him near his home community and his parents. He did not try to become a leader in any special group, but was just one of those people who was a friend to everyone. His friends were practically numbered by his acquanitences in the community, both young and old. George possessed a happy disposition and no one enjoyed a good time any better than George. His sudden and untimely passing brought a burden of sorrow to his relatives and friends. Funeral services were held at the Haddam Methodist church, Wednesday afternoon, Jan 6, at 2:30 o'clock, by the Rev. DeWEESE of the Blocker Church. Interment was made in the Blocker cemetery. .
Friday, Aug 27, 1943 - Just as the shades of evening were drawing near her bodily strength gave way and her spirit returned to the God who gave it. Marietta RICE was born May 3, 9147 (1847?) at Somerville, Maine, where her girlhood was spent and where she served her community as a school teacher. Jan 2 , 1873 she was united in marriage ot Wendell P. GROVER, who preceded her in death Feb. 8, 1920. With their first born son they came to Kansas and made their home in Washington Co, which has ever been home to her. Four children were born to their union: Warren E., who died at the age of 18 years, Mrs. Melissa McGREGOR of this place, Mrs. Isabell McGREGOR of Lincoln, Nebraska; C. Edgar GROVER of Holbrook, Arizona; nine grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. After the death of her husband, Mrs. GROVER resided in Morrowville and in later years in the homes of her daughters. With her passing a beautiful life with its courageous example of Christian virtues has closed on earth and she has joined the loved ones from whom she has been separated so many years. A Daughter of a Free Will Baptist minister she in early life became a member of that church and was a charter member of Hickory Grove (Blocker) church in which she held membership at the time of her death. Her faithfulness and devotion were shown in her entering services in all its activities and her memory will ever be cherished by those whose lives she lovingly touched and enriched. Mrs. GROVER loved nature, beautiful things, and all humanity, and readily made many friends. She was active in the W.C. T.U. and was honored with a life membership. She took great joy in her Bible, quoting chapters and many passages for any occasion. Services were held at the Hickory Grove (Blocker) church at 1:30, Aug 30 , 1943 by the Rev. J.P. SNARE assisted by J. Holland VERNON and interment was made in the cemetery across the way. (this may be the Blocker Cemetery). .
Retired County Educator, Bryan University Trustee. Dayton, Tenn. June 12.-----Joe F. Benson veteran retired Rhea County educator and secretary of the board of trustees of Bryan University here, died this morning in Phoenix, Arizona, after an illness of several years. He was 74. Mr. Benson had taught in the Rhea County schools for 39 years and was principal of Rhea County High School here before his retirement about 10 years ago. He was the twin brother of K. M. Benson of Dayton and the brother of Edgar Benson and Misses Maggie and Bell Benson. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James M. Benson of Dayton. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.
Private funeral services for John McDaniel Sewell,66, of Mongtgomery City, Missouri, were held at his home. The remains were cremated. Mr. Sewell, a welder, died Monday, July 2, 1984 at a hospital in Columbia.
The Parker Funeral Home of Columbia was in charge of arrangements.
Mr. Sewell was born July 30, 1917 to Lewis and Augusta Sewell. He was a resident of Montgomery City for approximately 20 years. He was a member of the First Christian Church in Washington, Missouri; member of the Eagles Club, Hermann; and a member of the NCHA for several years.
He is survived by his wife, Fern Alice Cook of Montgomery City; nine children, Daniel Lee Sewell, Japan; John Wayne Sewell, Tacoma, Washington; Ronald Frank Sewell, Adeline,Texas; Robert Gene Sewell, Yuma,Arizona; Don Ricky Sewell,Fort Worth,Texas; Wesley Luis Sewell, Yuma,Arizona; Alice Ann Deering, Montgomery City, Missouri; Barbara Ellen Aldrich, Aurora, Missouri; Mary Sue Butner, Fort Worth,Texas; one deceased brother Breuer Sewell; one sister survives, Mary Taylor,Bridgeton, Missouri; one deceased sister, Lorea Hampton; 22 grandchildren; one great grandchild.
State of Tennessee~Birth Certificate/
Feb. 8, 1916
born Fed. 8, 1916, Jackson, TN died: 30 Oct 1996, Tucson, Pima County, Arizona Fathers name: Thomas H. MORGAN age at last birthday 47 Mothers name: Rosa Ellen PARKS born 1885 Helen was the Mother of Bobby Leon EDMISTON, Billy Wayne EDMISTON, Richard Eugene EDMISTON, Charles David EDMISTON
Reference Bobby Edmiston, son, email@example.com, mailing address~684 west Central Ave., Coolidge, AZ 85228