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(March 4, 1900 - March 24, 1932)
The Lusk Herald
March 31, 1932
Mrs. Mayborn of Keeline Dies Very Suddenly
Wife of Well-known Niobrara County Citizen Dies suddenly of Internal Hemorrhage Here
Mrs. Eugene Mayborn of Keeline, passed away very suddenly at the Lusk Hospital about two o'clock Wednesday, from hemorrhage.
Mrs. Mayborn is the wife of Eugene Mayborn, well known citizen of the county, who operates a store at Keeline.
Funeral services were held in Hemingford on last Monday, with burial in the cemetery at that place.
She had been suffering for several days, but due to her serious condition was unable to be brought to the hospital until late yesterday.
Her condition became too critical for her to submit to an operation, and she passed away less than an hour after her arrival here.
As yet no arrangements have been made for the funeral.
Last Rites Held For Mrs. E. Mayborn
Mrs. Eugene Mayborn of Keeline, who passed away suddenly at the Lusk Hospital about two o'clock last Wednesday from Internal hemorrhage, was laid to rest in the Jireh Cemetery, Saturday afternoon, with Rev. Father Fidelis of Douglas officiating.
Mrs. Mayborn, who had taken seriously ill a few days prior to her death, was unable to be brought to the Lusk Hospital, due to her critical condition. When she continued to suffer she was brought to the hospital, where she died shortly after her arrival.
She leaves to mourn her demise, her husband and five children, and many relatives and friends. Mr. Mayborn and the family are well known in Niobrara county. He operates a mercantile store at Keeline.
Helen Mone was born at Cody, Nebraska, March 4, 1900, and died at Lusk, Wyoming, on March 24, at the age of 32 years and 20 days.
On December 11, 1921, she was united in marriage to Aaron Eugene Mayborn and to their union were born five children, George, 9; Eddie, 6; Evelyn, 6; Lourie, 5; Lloyd, 3, all of whom survive her, besides her three brothers, William Mone, Leo Mone and Hugh Mone, all of Cody, Nebraska; also five sisters, Mrs. Jesse Ainsley, Wamblee, S. D.; Mrs. Frank Lamb and Mrs. Rose Nelson, both of Fullerton, Neb. Her father, Michael Mone, of Omaha, Neb., who is also living, was able to be at the funeral.
Pallbearers in attendance were: Chas. Gaukel, Robert Lincoln, Alfred Lincoln, LeGrande Lee, John Hill and Hampton.
Funeral services were held at the Mayborn home in Jireh, Saturday afternoon, at 2:00 o'clock, with Rev. Father Fidelis of Douglas officiating.
Funeral arrangements were in charge of the Peet Mortuary, and interment was made in the Jireh cemetery.
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