Joseph "Joe" Harvey

(Date Unknown - May 25, 1949)


The Lusk Herald
June 2, 1949


Joe Harvey Dies in Douglas on May 25

Joe Harvey, who formerly operated a cafe in Lusk, died suddenly in Douglas May 25 of a heart attack.

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey moved to Douglas from Lusk about 10 years ago and since that time have operated "Joe's Chicken Shack" which was widely known all over this part of the state for the fine steaks, chicken-in-the-rough, and salads, which were his speciality.

Surviving are his widow, Lilian, and a sister, Mrs. Bess Bannon of Crawford, Nebr.




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