Last Rites Today For Mrs. Jokinen
Mrs. Rose Jokinen, a resident of the Lance Creek community for the past three years, passed away at the Lusk hospital at 10:55 p.m. Tuesday, April 8, 1941, death being attributed to cancer. She had been receiving treatment for the past 11 days, however, her condition was such that she failed to rally.
Funeral services will be held this (Thursday) afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Peet Mortuary Chapel with Rev. M. H. Marshall in charge. Interment will be in the Lusk cemetery. Pall bearers are Selmar Larson, Darrold Harrington, Wm. Coft, Emil Lehman, Wm. Tardy, and All Lideberg, all neighbors of the Jokinen family in that community.
Rose Nelson, daughter of Nels and Sofia Nelson, was born at Grand Canyon, Wyoming, April 24, 1894 and passed away at Lusk, Wyoming, April 8, 1941, aged 46 years,11 months and 14 days.
She was united in marriage to William Jokinen, four daughters being born to bless this union, all of whom with the father survive to mourn her passing. The daughter are: Mrs. Sofia Burroughs of Lincoln, Nebr., Mrs. Geraldine Moore of Casper, Wyoming., and Georgia and Ellen at home.
The Jokinen family have resided at Lance Creek for the past three years, Mr. Jokinen being employed by the Ohio Oil Company. Besides the immediate family, her passing will be greatly missed by a host of friends who had come to Know and love her as a friend and neighbor.
The Lusk Herald
Lance Creek News, April 17, 1941
The sympathy of Lance Creek is extended to W.K. Jokinen and his daughters. Mrs Jokinen whose death last week in the Lusk hospital brought sorrow, not only to her devoted family but to her many friends in Lance Creek. The Jokinen family came here from McFadden, Wyo., about 3 years ago, where Mr. Jokinen rough necked for the Ohio Oil Company. Since coming to this field he has been employed by the Ohio as a pumper, living in Camp 4.
Shortly after their arrival in Lance Creek Mrs. Jokinen submitted to major surgery at Mayo Bros Clinic in Rochester, Minn., and seemed in perfect health until this last year. For many months she patiently endured discomfort and pain.
There are five daughters in the family and the two remaining at home attend High School at Manville.
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