WM. SNYDER DIES AT KEELINE HOME TUESDAY, APR. 12
Well-Known Resident of County Dies at Home, Following Illness of Almost Five Years
William Snyder of Keeline passed away at his home in Keeline Tuesday afternoon at 2:30, after a lingering illness, enduring over a period of almost five years.
Mr. Snyder was a well known and respected citizen of Keeline and Lost Springs, having been in the mercantile business in Lost Springs for ten years, and for the past ten years has resided on his farm near Keeline.
Mr. Snyder suffered a stroke about five years ago, from which he never recovered, and for the past fourteen months has been confined to his bed so that death really came as a blessed relief from his sufferings.
Mr. Snyder is survived by his wife, one son, Clarence Snyder of Salt Creek, and by two step-daughters, Mrs. Helen Hungerford of Keeline and Mildred Jackson of Lincoln, Neb.
The deceased was 66 years, four months and 24 days old at the time of his death on April 12, 1932.
Funeral services will be held in Keeline at 2:30 Thursday afternoon, with Rev. Martin of Manville officiating, and the arrangements being in charge of the Peet Mortuary of Lusk.
Interment will be made in the Prairie View cemetery.
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