Myrl Gertrude Wilson
Wilson Baby is Death's Victim; Buried Monday
Sickness Began With Intestinal Influenza and Developed Into Pneumonia and Infantile Paralysis
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wilson was saddened by the death of their little daughter Saturday night, December 26,1925.
Little Myrl Gertrude Wilson was 2 years, 11 months and16 days old and had been very ill for the past four months. She suffered first with an attack if intestinal influenza which later developed into pneumonia and infantile paralysis, but through all of her suffering she was wonderfully sweet and patient.
The little girl passed away at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. D.E. Goddard, Jr., and funeral services were held from the Catholic church Monday afternoon and the little form laid to rest in the Lusk cemetery.
Besides her father and mother she leaves to mourn her loss two little brothers, Marvin Leo and Howard Eugene, also a number of other relatives.
The Herald-Standard joins the host of friends in extending sympathy to the bereaved ones.
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