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THE PARSONS SUN, 29 November 1929
Mrs. Olive Hutchison Dies After Brief Illness

Mrs. Olive Hutchison, 64, died at 11 o'clock yesterday morning at her home, 2128 Belmont, after an illness of only one week.

Olive Varner was born March 16, 1865 at Graysville, Ohio, and in 1879 she came to Kansas, taking up her residence near Parkerville. In 1907 she moved with her family to Parsons from Council Grove, Kas.

Mrs. Hutchison is survived by her husband, P. Hutchison, to whom she was married Jan. 3 1888, at Parkerville, Kas., and by a son Floyde [sic.] Hutchison, Lafayette, La., and a daughter, Gladys Vandeveer, Parkerville, a sister, Mrs. P. W. Good of Council Grove and a brother, Joe Varner of Parkerville.

She was a member of the Methodist church. The body will be taken Friday morning to Council Grove, for burial. Friends may call any time at the S. Fell Jones funeral home.

NOTE: Transcribed from a photocopy of the original newspaper article. Errors were not corrected. The statement that Mrs. Hutchison died "yesterday" must be an error since news of her death had appeared in The Council Grove Republican two days earlier, on 27 Nov 1929. Another apparent error is the date when she was married; the Marriage License issued in Morris County for Perry Hutchison and Olive Varner, indicates that the date of their marriage was January 1, 1888.
(Notice of Death)
Transcribed and Contributed by Maria Collins

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