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KIOWA COUNTY PRESS, 24 December 1943

Weirich, Emma B. (Arbough) 

Grandma Weirich Dies At Home Of Her Son

Funeral Services Held At Eads Last Monday

Emme Belle Weirich, affectionately known to her friends as "Grandma," passed away at the home of her son, Frank Weirich, south of Galatea last Saturday afternoon following a long illness. Mrs. Weirich enjoyed a wide acquaintance in the community, having resided near Galatea the past 28 years.

Funeral services were held at the Methodist Church in Eads, Monday afternoon, with A.W. Lenz delivering the sermon. Music was by Mrs. Murray Manley, Alma Vrooman, C.E. Oquist, and W.I. France, with Mrs. J.B. Miller the the piano. They sang, "No Night There," "Old Rugged Cross," and "Abide With Me." Honorary pallbearers were Robert Ryan, Sam Reed, W. Hunter, J.O. Walker, T.H. Wissel and Owen Anderson. Active pallbearers were A.F. Wenger, P.L. Reed, Dan Nelson, Woody Williams, W.E. Rose and W.F. Frazee.

Her son, Frank Weirich, and her daughter, Mrs. Paul Barlow, accompanied the body to White City, Kans., for burial. Kirkpatrick-Duggan Mortuary of Lamar had charge of arrangements.

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