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Funeral Services for JAMES A. LAMBERT, who died Monday at his home in Neosho Rapids, were held at the home Wednesday morning at 10 o’clock.

The Rev. G. H. PITTMAN, pastor of the Methodist church at Hartford, was in charge of the services, and the singers were Miss BERYL CARLE and CHARLES RICHMOND. Pallbearers were JESSE BUSH, FRANK LAMBERT, ALLISON LANE, WILLIAM WUERFELE, CHARLES RICHMOND and NATE LOWERY.

The body was taken to Columbus, Kan., where another funeral service was held at the Rhuland funeral home at 3:30, in charge of the Rev. MERLIN BOOTH, Mrs. MERLIN BOOTH sang, accompanied by Mrs. BURNS CROSS. Pallbearers for this service were EDGAR TANNER, JOE TANNER. CALVIN TANNER, WILLIE TANNER, LONNIE TANNER and FLOYD NORRIS.

Burial was in the Columbus cemetery. MRS. JAMES A. LAMBERT, MR. and MRS. LEO LAMBERT (sic); Mr. and Mrs. FRANCIS LAMBERT and a grandson, DON LAMBERT, of Neosho Rapids, attended the services in Columbus.
(1st Obituary)

Transcribed and Contributed by Marvel Delahaye

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