CHESTER REPORTER                                                                      January 26, 1933

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OBITUARY

FRANCIS GLEN WOLERY

 

Francis Glen Wolery was born Oct. 21, 1897, at Falrmont, Minn. He was the son of W. A. and Emma Belle Wolery. His early life was spent in Minnesota. Moving to the Alma com­munity in 1914 accompanied by his parents he made his home there un­til his death.

Although he had been in falling health for some time, he was confined to his bed only five days previous to his untimely death which occurred at 10 o’clock Friday morning, January 20, üt the age of 35 years and three months.

The deceased is survived by his father, W. A. Wolery; a brother and sister in law. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wolery, five nephews and one neice all of Alma.

Funeral services were held in the Masonic Hall at Joplin, Rev. John B. Stewart officiating and interment was made in the Joplin cemetery under the auspices of the Joplin Masonic Lodge.

    In spite of physical handicap and ill health the deceased possessed a bright and sunny disposition and an accom­modating spirit such as Is rarely found. The magnitude of good feeling felt to­ward him was well reflected in the hosts of friends and neighbors attend­ing the funeral filling the hail to ca­pacity. The community unites as one  in extending sympathy to the bereaved family.

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LIBERTY COUNTY FARMER                                                         January 26, 1933

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OBITUARY

FRANCIS GLEN WOLERY

 

Francis Glen Wolery was born Oct. 21, 1897, at Falrmont, Minn. He was the son of W. A. and Emma Belle Wolery. His early life was spent in Minnesota. Moving to the Alma com­munity in 1914 accompanied by his parents he made his home there un­til his death.

Although he had been in falling health for some time, he was confined to his bed only five days previous to his untimely death which occurred at 10 o’clock Friday morning, January 20, üt the age of 35 years and three months.

The deceased is survived by his father, W. A. Wolery; a brother and sister in law. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wolery, five nephews and one neice all of Alma.

Funeral services were held in the Masonic Hall at Joplin, Rev. John B. Stewart officiating and interment was made in the Joplin cemetery under the auspices of the Joplin Masonic Lodge.

    In spite of physical handicap and ill health the deceased possessed a bright and sunny disposition and an accom­modating spirit such as Is rarely found. The magnitude of good feeling felt to­ward him was well reflected in the hosts of friends and neighbors attend­ing the funeral filling the hail to ca­pacity. The community unites as one  in extending sympathy to the bereaved family.

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