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 - H. Mort-ary the the quiet-ly p.m. af-ternoon...
H. Mort-ary the the quiet-ly p.m. af-ternoon af-ternoon has been changed to 2:30 p.m. it was announced today. Mrs. Ada Kellogg Dies After Brief Illness In Lead Funeral services for Ada Ross Kellogg, a resident of Lead since 1914, will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 from Christ Episcopal Church. Mrs. Kellogg, who lived at 119 S. Galena, died at the Homestake Hospital about 8 p.m. Monday after a brief illness. illness. Ada Rosa was born at Lehigh in Webster county, la. She was married married July 23, 1902, to Melvin C. Kellogg at Lehigh. Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg came to Deadwood in 1906 and in 1914 they moved to Lead where Mr. Kelbgg assumed the management of the Homestake recreation building which had just' been completed. Ho continued his employment with the Homestake until his death in November 1946. Mrs. Kellogg is survived by a daughter, Dorothy Kellogg Arney, and by two granddaughters. . Do-die Do-die Do-die Jean and Ann Binford Arney. all of Corpus Christl, Tex. Mrs. Arney and her daughters are arriving arriving in Lead this afternoon. Mrs. Kellogg was a member of the PEO. Eastern Star and the Altar Guild of the Episcopal Church. The Rev. E. C. Biller will officiate officiate at the service. Mrs. N. W. Stewart will be the vocal solo'st. Active pallbearers will be Col. Lathe B. Row, Harlan Walker, John Finola, Don Howe, Webb Weisenberg and Wallace Furze. Honorary pallbearers will be Bruce Wright, Dr. Arthur S. Jackson, Dr. M. L. Johnson, Horace S. Clark, Ben Stone, Clay Curran, J. D. Johnson, W. S. Raybourn and Douglas Bell. Burial will be in the Masonic cemetery. The family has requested that no flowers be sent. a of a a 8

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  1. Lead Daily Call,
  2. 03 Feb 1953, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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