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(1842 - November 12, 1926)
The Lusk Herald
November 18, 1926
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS. AMELIA AGNEW SATURDAY
PASSES AWAY FRIDAY FOLLOWING PARALYTIC STROKE; WAS 84 YEARS OLD
Had Been Resident Here for Quarter Century; Burial Takes Place in Lusk Cemetery
Funeral Services, with Rev. H. H. Koontz officiating, were held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ord, Saturday, November 13th for the latter's mother, the late Amelia Wood Agnew, who passed away on Friday, November 12th, following a paralytic stroke.
The mixed quartette rendered several selections and a solo was sung by R. A. Faulk, the sweetness of the selections of both adding much in the bringing of comfort to the bereaved ones.
Only the family and a few close friends were in attendance.
Interment was made in the local cemetery. The undertaking department of the Midwest Hardware company had charge of funeral arrangements.
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