LAST RITES FOR MRS, J, FLOCKHART
FUNERAL HELD ON MONDAY, NOV. 18 AT LEHIGH
SHE DIED AT THE C. E. ROGERS HOME IN BOONE
Her Death Occured on Saturday, November 16, 1918 -- She Leaves Her Husband and One Small Son. -- Pneumonia Causes of Death
On Monday afternoon, Nov. 18, funeral of Mrs. James Flockhart was held in Lehigh. Mrs. Flockhart passed away in this city at the C. E. Rogers home, 1110 Walnut street on Saturday evening, November 16, 1918 at 5:30 o'clock. Mr. & Mrs. Flockhart and baby, Harold, came to Boone to visit when she became ill with influenza and later pneumonia. The husband and baby were unable to attend the funeral because of being ill.
Miss Lydia Bailey was married to James Flockhart, May 5, 1915. To this union was born one child, being now two and one-half years old. She leaves to mourn her death besides her husband and baby, her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bailey of Lehigh, five brothers and three sisters, all of Lehigh and other relatives and friends.
She proved to be a good wife and mother and made friends wherever she went. She was a member of the W. R. C. No 12. She was born near Lehigh, being at the time of her death 20 years and 5 months olds. All that loving friends could do for her was in vain. Mr. Flockhart is improving slowly, and is able to be up part of the time.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the friends for the kindness and the beautiful flowers during the sickness and death of our beloved sister, wife and granddaughter. Mr. James Flockhart,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Tryon, Mrs. Clyde Nicholson, Mr. Adam Flockhart
MRS. FLOCKHART DIES AT BOONE
The many friends of Mrs. James Flockhart were grieved to learn of her death, which occured at Boone, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Flockhart have been spending the greatest part of the past summer east of town at the home of Mrs. Flockhart's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samual Bailey, and only recently moved to Fort Dodge. Last week they were called to Boone to attend the funeral fo Mrs. Flockhart's grandfather, and while there both Mr. and Mrs. Flockhart were the taken with the influenza. Mrs. Flockhart passed away Saturday and Mr. Flockhart was in a critical condition for several days, but is now improving slowly.
The remains of Mrs. Flockhart were brought to this place Monday morning and short services were held here and the interment was made in the Oak Grove Cemetery, Rev. English of the Methodist church having charge of the services.
Lydia Mae Bailey was born south of Lehigh, May 5, 1898, and passed away at Boone, Iowa, Saturday, November 16, 1918, aged 20 years, 6 months and 12 days. She was united in marriage to James H. Flockhart on May 5, 1915. Besides a sorrowing husband she leaves a baby two and a half years old, her father and mother, five brothers, George Bailey of Webster City; David Bailey of this place; John Bailey now of Camp Lloyd, Wheaton, Chicago; Cleveland Bailey of Fort Dodge and Thomas Bailey who remains at home. Three sisters, all of this place, Mrs. Hester Young, Mrs Alta Fye and Mrs. Birdie Bailey.
The deceased was held in high esteem by all acquaintances and the sincere sympathy of all is extended to the bereaved parents and other relatives in the untimely death of this young woman.