Woods, Sarah Elizabeth Mogart 1881-1942
COFFEE, KERR, LOGAN, MORGART, SEIGLER, THORPE, WOODS
Posted By: Diana Wagner
Date: 11/30/2017 at 13:49:15
Sarah Elizabeth Woods
Kellogg – Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah E. Woods, 80, who died unexpectedly of a heart disease April 2, were held at the Pleasant View church Monday, April 6, with the Rev. R. Vernon Pike in charge. Burial was in the Slagel cemetery.
Mrs. Frank Auten, Mrs. Gail Atwood, Doris Tough, Jay Auten, and Elmer Kooistra provided the music at the services, which included “Abide With Me,” and “Sometime We’ll Understand.”
Floral pieces were in charge of Mrs. S. H. Watts and Mrs. John Vinall. Those serving as pallbearers were Jay Auten, Earl Tough, Harry Vinall, Earl Doane, Charles Simpson, and Merlin Thorpe.
Sarah Elizabeth Mogart was born at Orion, Ill., Dec. 25, 1881, the daughter of Baltzar and Kezia Logan Margart.
The family came to Iowa and settled on a farm 2 miles south of Kellogg in 1875. She was united in marriage to John Woods, Sept. 12, 1882, at the home of her parents.
Mrs. Woods was a member of the Pleasant View church and of the Three Quarter Century club.
Mr. Woods preceded his wife in death and for the past four winters she has made her home with Mrs. Mary Thorpe of Kellogg, a life-long friend and in whose home she died.
Surviving relatives include three sisters and three brothers Mrs. Alice Seigler, Arvada, Colo.; Mrs. Margaret Kerr, Newton; Mrs. Lucy Coffee, Kellogg; Harry Morgart, Chase, Kans.; George Morgart, Backus, Minn.; and N. J. Morgart of Grinnell; also a son, Sherman Woods of near Kellogg.
Source: Newton Daily News; Monday, April 20, 1942, page 2
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