ORPHA JOHNSTON BOSLER
From the Oberlin Herald
ORPHA MURIEL BOSLER, daughter of Robert M. and
Jennie E. Johnston, was born February 18, 1893, near Oberlin, and died at her
home in Denver, Colorado, November 26 (1960) at the age of 67 years, 9 months,
and 8 days. She spent the early years of her life in Decatur County
where she received her education and later taught in the rural schools.
She was married to Severin C. Bosler, June 30,
1911, at Hastings, Nebraska, where they resided until 194l. They then
moved to McCook.
In 1934 she expressed her faith in God and became a member of the Assembly of
God Church in Traer at the time the church was organized under the Rev.
Appleyard. She later transferred her membership to McCook, where she
remained a member until her death, attending church as long as her health
permitted. The last years of her life she suffered ill health, but was
always kind and patient, looking to her Savior for that eternal rest.
She was preceded in death by one son, Donald Delbert, in March 1914.
Those left to mourn the passing of a kind and loving wife and mother are the
husband and four children; two daughters, Vivian Null, Helen Quinlan; two
sons, Stanley C and Clifford E; two daughters-in-law, Mrs. Clifford Bosler,
Mrs. Stanley Bosler; two sons-in-law Harry Quinlan and Ray Null all of Denver;
six grandchildren; two sisters, Anna Hill and Josephine Bosler Oberlin; three
brothers, Marvin Johnston, Cope, Colorado, Oren Johnston, Oberlin, and Millard
Johnston, Kansas City, Missouri; besides a host of other relatives and
Funeral services were conducted November 29th at the Assembly of God Church in
Oberlin by the Rev. J. C. Garrett. Burial was in the family plot at
Submitted by: Keith E. Johnston, 2602 31 Street, Lubbock, TX 79410,