Hart, Mrs. Oscar (Ethel) 1896-1980
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 8/20/2009 at 18:45:33
MRS. O. HART, RED CROSS FIGURE, DIES
LE MARS, Iowa—Mrs. Oscar D. Hart, 83, LeMars, who directed the Plymouth County Red Cross for 20 years, died Friday in a hospital at LeMars.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in the Mauer Funeral Home. The Rev. Leonard Root will officiate. Burial will be in LeMars Memorial Cemetery.
Mrs. Hart, the former Ethel Irene Winter, was born July 28, 1896, at Tama.
Mrs. Hart was the Red Cross director of Plymouth County for 20 years including World War II years, and served on the LeMars Library Board for 34 years.
She was married Sept. 10, 1919, at LeMars. She lived in Sioux County when a child and came to LeMars when a teenager. She remained in LeMars except for a few years when she lived in California.
She was a member of the United Methodist church, a 50-year member of the Order of Eastern Star, a charter member of the Linger Longer Club, 50-year member of the Federated Clubs of Plymouth County.
Survivors include the widower; two sons, Claude of Los Angeles and Larry G. of Chapel Hill, N.C.; three grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Paul (Lucy) Wilson of Laguna Beach, Calif., Mrs. Walter (Hazel) Hardgrove of Jackson, Calif., and Mrs. Donald (Billy) Pauley of Arcadia, Calif.
~Source: The Sioux City Journal, unknown date of publication
~Transcriber Note: The date of death penned on the scrapbook page next to this obituary is Jan. 4, 1980.
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