(Date Unknown - December 2, 1929)
The Lusk Herald
December 5, 1929
Brother of R. S. Bell of Node Dies, Breaking Record of Long Life
News of the death of his brother, Thomas Bell, of near Des Moines, Ia., was received by R. S. Bell of Node early Monday, and the latter departed Tuesday night to be in attendance at the funeral. The deceased was 68 years old and passed away at his home Sunday night.
Mr. Bell was one of six children, and is the first to answer the call. His surviving brothers and sisters are of ages ranging between 66 and 76 years The direct cause of his death was not conveyed in the message.
Following are the survivors: The widow, Mrs. Addie Bell; two sons and one daughter; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Baker of Washington; Mrs. Lizzie Lyon of Denison, Iowa; Mrs. Jennie Alberts of Montana; two brothers, David Bell of Vale, Iowa, and R. S. Bell of Node, Wyo. The latter paid a visit to the deceased in the spring of this year.
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