Hanna West Turner Obit
BODY OF MOTHER OF JESSE WEST
ARRIVES FROM KANSAS FOR BURIAL
The body of Mrs. Hanna West Turner, mother of Jesse West of south Tama arrived in Tama at 12:45 today from Laharpe, Kansas, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Mamie Hulse, of Springfield, Mo. Funeral arrangements have not been made at this time.
Mrs. Turner died the first of the week from a severe liver disorder. She had been ill for the past three months and for several weeks was a patient at the Ardmore Oklahoma hospital.
She was born 67 years ago at Toledo the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart. It has been about 20 years since her residence in Toledo. Burial will be in the Hayes cemetery.
SERVICES FOR MRS. H W TURNER AT TOLEDO
The funeral services for Mrs. Hannah West Turner were held at Toledo from the Presbyterian church on Friday afternoon, conducted by the pastor, Rev. Oliver Stevenson. Mrs. Turner formerly lived east of Toledo some 20 years ago. Her present home was in Laharpe, Kansas. Mrs. Turner was 67 years of age. The body was accompanied by Mrs. Mamie Hulse, a daughter. She also leaves four sons, Lee of Hammond, Ind.; James of Lebanon, MO.; Chas. of Big Canyon, Okla.; and Jesse of Tama, and a sister Mrs. H. N. Donaldson of Toledo and a sister in Washington state.
FUNERAL AT TOLEDO
Mrs. Hannah West Turner Brought Home For Burial.
Special to Times-Republican
Toledo, April 4. The funeral of Mrs. Hannah West Turner was held on Friday afternoon from the Presbyterian church, conducted by Rev. Oliver Stevenson. Mrs. Turner lived east of Toledo twenty years ago and her home recently had been in Laharpe, Kansas. For several weeks she was in the Ardmore, Okla. Hospital. She had been in poor health for several months and was 67 years of age.
Her body was brought to the home of her sister, Mrs. H. N. Donaldson, in Toledo, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Mamie Hulse of Springfield, Mo. Four sons, Jesse of Tama; James of Lebanon, Mo.; James of Lebanon, Mo.; Lee of Hammond Ind.; Charles of Big Canyon, Okla., and a sister in Washington survive her. Burial was in Hayes cemetery, six miles southeast of Toledo.
Contributed by: Karon Howatt Mazie