C. L. Wareham
Dysart Druggist Dies
C. L. Wareham, 58, Dysart druggist for the last 30 years, died Sunday evening at St. Luke's hospital, Chicago, where he had gone for kidney trouble and anemia with which he had been afflicted for several years. He has been in a coma since last Wednesday.
Funeral service will be held this Thursday morning at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Dysart, in charge of the Rev. Father Churchill. He is survived by his wife, a sister, Mrs. Hannah Frederick, Timber Lake, South Dakota, and a brother John of Clinton.
Attended Wareham Funeral
Judge Carl B. Stiger, Hugo H Joens, Lee M Youngman, Earl Wolfe, and C. E. Brandt were at Dysart Friday morning to attend the funeral of C. L. Wareham, who died last Sunday in St Elizabeth's hospital in Chicago. The funeral service was held at St. Joseph's Catholic church and was conducted by Rev. Father Kepler of Watkins. Burial was at the Dysart cemetery.
Note: Typed as the paper had it. (?Joens? Jones?) Different hospitals, different people officiating.
Contributed by: Karon Howatt Mazie