Bula May (Hutson) Haworth

(May 27, 1883 - July 29, 1971)

The Lusk Herald
August 5, 1971

Service Held Monday For Bula Haworth

Mrs. Bula May (Hutson) Haworth, 88, died July 29 in Douglas following a lingering illness. Funeral service was held Monday at the Methodist Church in Douglas with the Rev. Clyde Thompson of the First Baptist Church officiating. Burial was in the Douglas Park Cemetery.

Casket bearers were Walter Reed, Sam Reed, Bud Reed, Bud Watson, Don Watson and Steve Thomas.

Honorary bearers were Jim Hanlin, Jack Thomas, Jess York, Richard "Bucky" Barnette, Loren "Bing" Barr, Martin Olson, Bill Grey, Don Meyer and Clarence Mason.

She was born May 27, 1883, in Union, Iowa, to Thomas C. Hutson and Rebecca Josephine (Bentley) Hutson. She maintained a birthright membership in the Quaker or Society of Friends Church all her life.

She married Percy E. Haworth Nov. 26, 1903, and homesteaded in the Dakotas, later moving to Nebraska where Mr. Haworth was employed by the Chicago & North Western Railroad. The family moved to Orin where they lived for 10 years.

He was transferred to Careyhurst, Wyo. During their stay there, Mrs. Haworth was postmistress for the late Senator Carey until Mr. Haworth's death in 1941.

She made her home in the Lusk and Douglas areas until her death.

Her husband, two sons, Merle and Elvin, and a sister Opal died previously.

Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Ray (Bernice) Reed of Lance Creek, Mrs. Harold (Frances) Gillespie of Douglas, and Mrs. Reba Thomas of Sturgis, S.D.; seven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.

The following tribute to Mrs. Haworth from her three daughters was read by the minister at the service: Mother will be remembered by many and for many reasons, but the memory we cherish of our mother is that she gave of her kindness toward her fellowmen. Times were never too hard, a day too long or time so rough that she could not feed a few more at her table, find a spare bed for one in need, extend a helping hand or a kind word. She shard her home with many young people during rough times and raised four children to adulthood. Along her pathway of life her generosity of herself and her worldly goods has touched many.

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