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OBITUARY - Mrs. U. G. PYLE

Nancy Ellen BUTLER, youngest child of H. E. and Polly BUTLER, was born in Harrison county, Missouri, October 12, 1867, and departed this life at her home March 8, 1931, at the age of 68 years, four months and 26 days.

She was united in marriage to Ulysses Grant PYLE at the place of her birth December 25, 1884, and moved with her husband to Ringgold county in the year 1895, where she made her home until stricken in death. To this union were born ten children - six daughters and four sons.

Those left to mourn her death besides a faithful and devoted husband, are her daughters, Mrs. Dora SPENCER of Mount Ayr, Mrs. Jennie SHEIL of Clear Lake, Mrs. Pearl DANIELS, Ms. Vista COY and Mrs. John HANKS of Kellerton; the sons, Ora of Ann Arbor, Mich., Frederick at home, Guy of Sioux City, and Alva of Mount Ayr; one sister, Mrs. T. B. WILLIE of Custer, S. D.; one brother, Wm. H. BUTLER of Ringgold county; 33 grandchildren; three great grandchildren; and a number of other relatives and friends.

The deceased always expressed a desire to be spared to raise her children and that she might precede them in death, whice desire was realized.

Thus the Lord has seen fit to call from earth a loving and faithful companion, mother, and friend.

Funeral services were held at the Salem church Thursday afternoon at one o'clock, conducted by Elder I. A. CAMBERLAN, and interment was in the Merritt cemetery. All of the ten children were in attendance at the funeral.

Card of Thanks.

We wish to thank the neighbors and friends for their many kind deeds during the illness and at the death of our wife and mother; also for the floral offerings. -- U. G. PYLE and children

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