Elizabeth Pennock obit.

   Elizabeth Snider Rites Were Held At Hogeland.

   Funeral services were held at the Lutheran Church in Hogeland on Saturday, April 17, for Mrs Elizabeth Ann Snider, who passed away at a Havre hospital on Wednesday morning, April 14. The

services were conducted by Rev. Harry Buccalstein and the Hogeland high school girls sang "Blessed Assurance" and "Saved by Grace", accompanied by Mrs. Norman Anderson.

   Pall bearers were James McCoy (a grandson), Aaron Lacox, Max Jenks, John Smithson, Bud Anderson and Walter Gloyne.

   Burial was in Harlem cemetery beside her husband.

   Mrs. Snider was the daughter of Chapman and Clarissa Brown Pennock and was born October 1, 1871, at South Crosby, Ontario, Canada. At an early age she moved to North Dakota with her

parents, later moving to a ranch near Fort Benton, where she lived until her marriage to Ralph B. Snider on Jan. 3, 1905.

   They lived on his ranch, 13 miles southwest of Hogeland until his death, May 10, 1910. She continued to live on the home ranch until she suffered her first stroke Febuary 25, 1953, and

since that time had been at the home of her daughter, Mrs. G.L. LaBar in Chinook, and at the Havre hospital.

   Survivors include two sons, Marshall Snider of Harlem, and Elmer Snider of Hogeland, one daughter, Mrs. G.L. LaBar of Chinook, two sisters, Mrs. Ed Rogan, and Miss Pamelia Pennock of New Brighton, Pa. and several grandchildren in Hogeland and Chinook.

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