HARDIE, Pearl 1882-1928
HARDIE, MCGREGOR, WEMPLE
Posted By: Tammy (email)
Date: 4/22/2015 at 07:46:45
Mrs. George Hardie Dies Very Suddenly
Passes Away Tuesday Morning After Illness of Few Hours
Mrs. George Hardie, 46, passed away very suddenly at her home in Grundy Center Tuesday morning at 3:45, after an illness of only three hours duration. At about 1:00 o'clock she was taken suddenly ill with agina pectoris, a form of heart trouble, that was fatal after a short suffering. She was in normal health during the preceding day doing her housework and had not complained of any illness or pain before retiring for the night. She had been ailing at various times, but largely of a minor nature.
Miss Pearl Wemple was the second oldest child of Charles and Nancy Wemple, born at Parkersburg, Iowa, December 3rd, 1882, in which vicinity she spent the greater portion of her earlier life, attending the Parkersburg schools.
In 1900 she was united in marriage to Allen McGregor, at New Hartford, Iowa, who met death in an accidental fall from a scaffold of a building about a year later. To this union was born one daughter, Mrs. Elmer C. Anderson, of Conrad, Iowa.
In 1905 she was united in marriage to Geo. Hardie, of Grundy Center, and made her home in the latter city from that time until her death.
She is survived by her husband, George Hardie, of Grundy Center; her daughter, Mrs. Elmer C. Anderson, of Conrad; her father, Chas. Wemple, of Waterloo; two brothers and three sisters. The brothers are Sumner A. and Jay Wemple of Detroit, Mich. The sisters are Mrs. Arthur Camp, Mrs. John Buhman and Mrs. Amber Wilson, all of Waterloo. A brother, Harold, died at the age of 15 months. Besides these she leaves numerous other relatives and a host of friends. Her mother passed away ten years ago while the family lived in Parkersburg.
Mrs. Hardie was a lady of a retired disposition, having the interests of her family as the paramount ideal of her life. She maintained a neighborly spirit, always ready to stretch forth a helping hand to aid the needy and suffering, having her own welfare in second consideration in every detail.
Funeral services will be held in the M.E. church in Grundy Center Friday afternoon at 2:30, tomorrow, services to be conducted by Rev. Winslow, pastor of the church. Interment will be made in the Grundy Center cemetery.
--The Grundy Register (Grundy Center, Iowa), 12 April 1928, pg 1
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