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Description: Young Elvins Matron Dies at Hospital. HARE

Date: July 23 1936

Newspaper published in: Flat River, MO

Page/Column: 1

Mrs. H. C. HARE died at the Bonne Terre Hospital Tuesday after having been a maternity ward patient there for a short time. Her two day old daughter, Louise Elizabeth, has survived her and is reported getting along nicely.

Mrs. HARE, who was twenty three years old, was born at Syracuse Mo., June 25, 1914. Later the family moved to St. James, where she attended and graduated from high school and was popular among the younger set.

On June 29, 1935, she was married to H. E. HARE of Bonne Terre where the couple made their home until a short time ago, when they moved to Elvins.

Besides her husband and daughter she is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. MARSHALL, and a brother, Orville, of St. James and two sisters Mrs. Herbert RAY and Maxine MARSHALL, also of St. James.

Funeral services will be held this afternoon at Baptist church of Bonne Terre and will be in charge of Rev. C. E. WARREN of Point Three Baptist Church of St. Louis County, with the regular pastor, Rev. J. B. RAGSDALE, assisting. Burial will be made at the Bonne Terre cemetery.

Submitted: 06/27/18

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