Lenox, Taylor County, Iowa obituaries
transcribed by: Lorelei Rusco - lorerus@iowatelecom.net

Armstrong, Harold J -

Harold J. Armstrong, former Lenox resident, died Saturday, August 17th at Park Rapids, Minnesota, with services being held in Lenox Wednesday morning at 10 a.m.

He was  the son of David and Kate Armstrong and was born in Lenox, Iowa, July 26th, 1900.  He died at the age of 74 years and 21 days.

He leaves to mourn his wife, Mabel, who is a sister of Tom and George Ferguson of this city and daughter, Betty Haretos of Long Beach, California. His parents, sister Metta, his

first wife, Bess and grandchild, Cindi Ann Cloud preceded him in death.

He attended Lenox schools. When still a young man he went into construction until his retirement. He spent many years in construction for the government until after World

War II when he went back to Kansas City, where he took up where he left off. There he became ill and the doctor sent him to the state of Washington where he quickly regained his health. Then he started work for the government taking charge of the concrete on Chief Joseph Dam.

During his spare time he developed a housing project and it was named after him, Armstrong Platt.

After a stop in Columbia, Falls, Montana on a project he went to Minnesota and built a home on Long Lake.

To keep busy he bought farms and solid them, putting one into a Christmas tree farm. He enjoyed meeting people so started in a small way selling Christmas trees until a heart

condition stopped that. He was a faithful husband, a loving father and a good neighbor and to those who knew him best they have only the highest words of commendation

for him.

Rev. Wallace Nelson, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, officiated at the service.

Burial was in Fairview cemetery.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday August 22, 1974


Cade, George Henry -

George Henry Cade, 71, a lifetime resident of Taylor County, died Thursday, Sept. 27th at the Rosary hospital in Corning.

He was the son of Irving Henry Cade and Jennie Durr Cade, and was born December 12th, 1902 in Grove Township.

He was preceded to death by his parents, four sisters, Mabel who died in infancy, twins Edith and Ethel who also died in infancy, and Zelda who died at the age of thirteen.

He was married to Edith Christianson on June 24, 1926 and soon thereafter they moved to their farm in Marshall township.

They became the parents of two sons, John Maurice Cade of  Lenox, Iowa, and George Irving Cade of Prophetstown, Ill. In addition to his wife and two sons he is survived by four grandchildren, John Mark Cade, John Andrew Cade, Laura Ann Cade, Marie Lynn Cade, and a sister, Ruth Wurster of Lenox, Iowa, nieces, nephews and other relatives and many friends.

He has been a long time member of the Sharpsburg Presbyterian church. Besides his life's work and interest in farming he gave of his time to public and community activities until ill health forced his retirement.

Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 p.m., from the Sharpsburg Presbyterian Church with Rev. Wallace Nelson officiating.

Music was furnished by Donna Cribbs and Linda Spring.

Bearers were Donald Donaldson, Cliff Nook, Joe Brammer, Russell Gordon, Bill Scott and Gerald Rainforth.

Burial was in North Fairview cemetery.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday October 3, 1974


Crowell, Lea J -

Lea J. Crowell, 63, of Lenox, died Tuesday, October 8th. Mr. Crowell had recently undergone surgery and had been in ill health the past few months.

He was born April 26, 1911.

Survivors include his wife, Leta, two children, Linda Heyne of Battle Creek, Michigan and Danny of Plattsburg, Nebraska.  Mrs Kenneth Barker of Lenox is a sister.

Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Christian Church in Lenox with Rev Don Briley of Prescott officiating.

Burial will be in West Fairview cemetery at Lenox.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday October 10, 1974


Crowell, Lea J -

Lea J. Crowell was born April 26, 1911 in the Oak Hill vicinity of Taylor County to Harry J. and Inice Firkins Crowell. He confessed his faith to Christ at an early age and was baptized into the Oak Hill Christian Church, later transferring his membership to the First Christian Church of Lenox where he was an active member until his death on Oct. 8, 1974.

He attended rural schools and graduated from Gravity High school with the class of 1929.

He was united to marriage Apr 23, 1941 to Leta L. Boyer of Lenox. This home was blessed with two children, Linda Jean and Danny Lee. He was engaged in farming in the Lenox vicinity until 1960 when he became the freight agent for the Burlington Railroad and moved to the town of Lenox. Later he was employed by the Taylor County Department of Roads.

He was preceded in death by his parents and one sister, Juanita McKinstry.

Lea was a  faithful member of the First Christian Church of Lenox, serving as a deacon for many years. He was also a member and past Master of Tremont Lodge, No, 343, AF&AM and was an active member of the Lenox Stock & Saddle Club.

He is survived by his wife, Leta, their children Linda and her husband, Terry Heyne of Battle Creek, Michigan and Danny and wife, Deborah Crowell of Plattsmouth, Nebraska

and one grandchild, Mark Heyne and a sister, Mrs. Kenneth Barker of Lenox.

Lea's friendliness and generous heart won him countless friends. To know him was to consider him a friend. He was a father whose children could always admire and take pride

in him and a husband whose memory will always be cherished.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday October 24, 1974


Curtis, Glen Verne -

Glen Verne Curtis, 49, of Longmont, Colorado, died Oct. 6th, at the Veterans hospital in Denver, Colorado. He had been in ill health since 1971.

Mr. Curtis was the son of Earl and Gladys Curtis and was born in Seward, Nebraska Dec. 3rd, 1924.

He was united lira marriage to Margery Mason at Osceola Oct. 2, 1947 and after World War II operated a farm in that area.

He later moved to Lenox where he operated a farm implement business here until 1969 when he moved to Longmont, Colo.

Survivors include his wife, 1 son, Stanley of Lenox, 1 daughter Mrs. Caroline Stream, of Longmont, Colo., three brothers, Ray of Los Gatos, Calif., Dr. Ervin of LaMesa, Calif., and

Rev. Faye Curtis of Glenwood Springs, Colorado, one  sister, Mrs Ruth Lakner of Dayton, Ohio, his parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Curtis of Black Forest, Colo and four grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by a sister, Thelma Curtis.

Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon, Oct. 11th at 2 p.m.. at Webster-Kate Funeral Horne in Osceola with Rev. Dennis Walton of Longmont  and Rev. Faye Curtis of Glenwood Springs, Colo., officiating.

Interment will be in Maple Hill cemetery to Osceola.

Memorials may be made to the Faith Baptist Church, Longmont, Colorado 80501.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday October 10, 1974


Deacon, Kori Ann -

Kori Ann Deacon, 2½ year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron (Skip) Deacon of Creston, died at 6:10 p.m. Monday at St. Joseph's hospital in Omaha, Nebr. She had been in ill

health since her birth.

Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Immaculate Conception Catholic church with. Rev. Fr. Arthur McCann conducting the Mass of the Angels. Burial will be in

North Fairview cemetery in Lenox. Coen's Home for Funerals is in charge of the service.

Her family said a memorial fund is being established for the Union county Association for Retarded Children.

Kori Ann Deacon was born in Creston April 12, 1972. She was the daughter of Aaron and Deborah House Deacon.

She is survived by her parents, a sister, Jae, 4 months old, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deacon of Creston and Mrs Juanita House of Lenox and great grandparents Mrs. Hazel Deacon of Creston, Mrs. Art Calvin and Mr. and Mrs. Fred House, all of Lenox.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday October 24, 1974


Eigenheer, Lillie E Powell -

Lillie Eigenheer, 74, died Wednesday morning at the Lenox Care Center where she was a resident.

Mrs. Eigenheer was born Apr. 1, 1900 at Stringtown, the daughter of Thomas Powell and Eliza Noerrlinger.

She is survived by her husband, Frank, son Duane, three daughters, Mrs. Jack (Betty) Refer, Mrs. Alford (June) Nicholson both of Lenox, and Mrs. George (Lois) Bothel! of Prescott, 17 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. A sister, Elsie Kline of Prescott, also survives.

The family will be at the Larkin-Render Funeral Home tonight (Thursday) to meet with friends.

Services will be held Friday afternoon at the Larkin-Bender Home with Rev. Christine Hershberger, pastor of the Christian Church and Rev Don Briley of Prescott, officiating.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday October 31, 1974


Eigenheer, Lillie E Powell -

Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie Eigenheer were held Friday afternoon at 1:30 from Larkin-Bender Funeral Home in Lenox.

Mrs. Eigenheer  had passed away Wednesday morning at the Lenox Care Center.

Lillie E. Powell Eigenheer, daughter of Thomas and Eliza Powell, was born at Stringtown, Iowa, on April 1, 1900. She died at the age of 74 years, 6 months and 29 days.

On October 14, 1920, she was married to Frank F. Eigenheer at Corning, Iowa. To this union six children were born: Ila, Lois, June, Betty, Bonnie and Duane.

Most of their married life was spent in Adams county. For the past 36 years they have lived on their farm six miles northwest of Lenox.

October 14th of this year they celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary at their farm home with their children and families.

She had been in failing health since March of this year.

Mrs. Eigenheer was preceded in death by her parents and one brother, Charles Powell.

She is survived by her husband, Frank, and, her six children and their families: Ila and Tom Lincoln of Osage, Iowa, Lois and George Bothell of Prescott, Iowa, June and Alford Nicholson of Lenox, Iowa, Betty and Jack Refer of Lenox, Iowa, Bonnie and Quentin Kirk of Adel, Iowa, Duane and Noretta Eigenheer of  Lenox, Iowa.

One sister, Elsie Kline of Prescott, Iowa, seventeen grandchildren and four great grandchildren, many other relatives and a host of friends also survive.

Her children and their families were all very dear to her.

She treasured her sons-in-law and daughters-in-law and grandchildren in a very special way. Grandchildren and great grandchildren include Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lincoln, Danell and Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. Tom (Nancy) Nelson and Mark, Mr. and Mrs. Walt (Sue) Tanner and Kimberley, Thomas Lincoln, Mary Jo, Robert and LeAnn Lincoln, Roberta and Stacey Bothell, Kristina and Daris Nicholson, Shanita. and Lori Refer, Sonya and Ty Kirk, and Tracy and Troy Eigenheer.

Rev. Christine Hershberger and Rev. Donald Briley officiated at the services.

Music was furnished by Roberta Lockhart, organist, Billie Jean Barker and Helen Brokaw, vocalists.

Bearers were Jasper Ambrose, George Schrader, Lonnie Walter, Julian Walter, Lawrence Haggerty and Howard Stoaks.

Burial was in North Fairview cemetery.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday November 7, 1974


Gordon, Hugh E -

Hugh E Gordon, of 925 Fifteenth Avenue, Marion, Iowa, a local hatcheryman, poultry industry leader, passed away at 12:11 a.m. Thursday Oct. 3rd, 1974 at a Cedar Rapids hospital.  He was a long time Marion civic leader. He was born the son of Edward and Susie Long Gordon on Nov. 18, 1900 at Lenox, Iowa.

On August 28, 1928 at Ames, Iowa, he was married to Esther C. Severson.

Mr Gordon graduated from Lenox high school and Iowa State University in 1924 and had owned and operated a hatchery in Marion since 1932, retiring in 1971.  He had served as President of the International Baby Chick Association, and the Poultry and Egg National Board, Secretary and Treasurer of the Iowa Poultry Improvement Association, and was a member of the Industrial Commission of the World Poultry Congress. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, having served as Trustee and Treasurer of the Building Committee. He helped organize the Marion Chamber of Commerce, serving as its President and Director, was President and District Governor of the Lions Club, a member of the Mental Health Board, Linn County Board of Review, the Marian School Board and member and Chairman of the Planning and Zoning Commission, and the Civil Service Commission.  In 1939 he received an award for outstanding Civic service and in 1964 the Old Settlers Award. Since his retirement,  he has served as a Volunteer for the Council of the Aging.

Surviving are his wife, two daughters, Mrs. John (Janet) Vikdal of Neddles, Calif., and Mrs. Peter (Suzanne) Worcester of Hanover, Indiana, eight grandchildren and a brother, J, Leigh Gordon of Marshall, Mo.

Services were held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5th at the First Presbyterian Church in Marion.  Interment was in Cedar Memorial Parks.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday October 10, 1974


Grace, Frances Delores Ecklin -

Frances Delores Grace, daughter of Frank and Myrtle Slattery Ecklin, was born in the state of Montana on April 29, 1918 and passed away at the Clearview Nursing Home in Mt Ayr, Iowa at the age of 56 years, 4 months and 28 days.

In 1937 she was united in marriage of Ora R Grace, and to this union, five children were born, all of whom survive.

She was preceded in death by her father and mother.

Left to mourn her passing are her husband, Ora, Jeanette and Debbie, at home, Phyllis Matheny of Lenox and husband, John, Laurence Grace of Diagonal and wife Lois, Doyle and Betty Jean Walts of Diagonal, eight grandchildren, step mother Verla Ecklin of Lenox, half brother, J E Ecklin of Diagonal, half sister, Arlene Bandy of Maryland, an aunt, Carrie McKinstry of Clearfield and uncle Lloyd Ecklin of Largo, Fla.

She was a kind and loving wife and mother and will be missed by all who knew her.

Interment was in the Conway cemetery.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday October 10, 1974


Haley, Pearl Mary Wurster Goldner -

Mrs. Elbert (Pearl) Haley, 50, who resided southeast of Shannon City, died Friday at the Clearview Nursing home in Mt. Ayr.

Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at Rhoades-Wilson funeral home in Mount Ayr with burial in the Lenox cemetery.

Survivors included Mrs. Rose Wurster, her mother, and a brother, Harvey Wurster, both of Lenox.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday August 1, 1974


Haley, Pearl Mary Wurster Goldner -

Mrs. Pearl Wurster Haley, daughter of Harry and Rose Wurster was born Nov. 12, 1917 and passed away at Clearview Nursing Home in Mount Ayr on July 26 after being there seven days.

She united with the Prairie Star Presbyterian Church at an early age, later transferring her membership to Shannon City Methodist church.

Preceding her in death were her father, Harry Wurster, brother Howard and infant son, Ervin Goldner.

Surviving are her husband, Elbert Haley of Tingley, mother Rose Wurster and brother, Harvey Wurster both of Lenox. Also sons Marvin Goldner of Costa Mesa, Calif, Homer Goldner of Eugene, Mo., Joe Goldner serving in the U. S. Air Force at Altus, Oklahoma, daughter, Mrs. Larry (Evelyn) Leffler of San, Jose, Calif., Cathy and Shirley Goldner, daughters-in-law, step-daughters, Mrs. Gerald Cathy Smith of Arlington, Virginia and Lou Haley of Mt Ayr and many friends.

Pall bearers were Melvin Wurster, Harold Black, Don Campbell, Gerald Haley, Dale Black and Jim Tindle.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday August 8 1974


Imm, Irma S. -

Funeral services for Mrs Irma S. Imm, 64, were held at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday at the Larkin-Bender funeral home in Lenox, with Father Daniel O'Connell, pastor of St. Patrick's Catholic Church, officiating. Mrs. Imm died Monday after a lingering illness.

Mrs 1mm was born October 5, 1909 at Rocky Ford, Colorado, the daughter of Frank A. and Irma Meier-Dagon. She was married to Rudolph Imm on June 10, 1939 at Boulder, Colo.,

where they lived until moving to Bellingham, Washington 4 years ago.

She moved to Lenox shortly after her husband's death on Jan. 31, 1973.

She is survived by two sons, Dr. Rudolph F. Imm, of Lenox and Nick Imm of Denver, Colo, and four grandchildren.

A memorial to the cancer fund has been established.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday August 15, 1974


Key, Howard (Pokey) -

Word was received by relatives of the death of Howard (Pokey) Key of Costa Mesa, California, a former resident of the Sharpsburg and Lenox communities.

He suffered a severe heart attack July 24th and died at a hospital July 29th.

Services were at the Westcliff Mortuary Chapel in Costa Mesa to Thursday, Aug. 1st.

He and his wife, Irene, had moved from Mound City, Mo., to California in the 1960s and had resided in Costa Mesa for several years.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday August 15, 1974


Maynes, Joe William -

Joe William Maynes, 77, a long-time resident of the Lenox community, died Monday, Sept. 23rd at Rosary hospital in Corning after an extended illness.

Mr. Maynes was born Aug. 12, 1897 at Henderson, Iowa, the son of John and Cora Maynes.

He grew to manhood on a farm near Henderson with five brothers and four sisters.

On Jam. 26, 1921 he was married to Jean Reed who died December 7, 1956.

In 1921 he moved to the Lenox community and became engaged in farming where he remained until ill health forced him to retire in 1965.

He was married to Wilma Tyler Feb. 8, 1963.

He is survived by his wife, Wilma, two sons, Harold and wife Gwen, Joe, Jr. and wife Lois of Lenox, eleven; grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Carl (Marjorie) Jones of Loveland, Colo.,

two step-sons. Dr. Allen Tyler and Paul Tyler of Des Moines, several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held today (Thursday) at the Larkin-Bender Funeral Home in Lenox with burial in the North Fairview cemetery at Lenox.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday September 26, 1974


Popken, Lulu E Swigard -

Lulu E. Swigard, 79, died Aug. 1, 1974 at her home in Tomkins Cove, New York. She was a native of Sharpsburg, Iowa, and is survived by her husband, Fritz Popken and her sister,

Mrs. Bessie Underwood as well as several nieces and nephews.

The following tribute was read at her funeral services in Sharpsburg on Aug. 10th. It could simply be said that with Lulu's passing another wonderful person has left this earth. Many have counted it their privilege to have known such a talented, kind and most gracious lady. Others have described her as a "pioneer in her field>—a fine professional." To

others she was a good neighbor. She loved her family and cherished the memory of her friends in her home town. To her husband she was 'the complete wife and as someone

has said of them both—"they shared such a unique happiness—far above average and rarely found" and he himself says:, "I do not weep at her passing for she no longer suffers

and tears would only cloud and mar the happy fond memories of my wonderful time with her."

Their first meeting was one of utter chance, neither knew that the other existed but from then on as though a magnet drew them toward each other their path's would cross again.

Then there came a time when she was faced with physical discomfort and he was downcast with emotional distress. They comforted each other and out of this grew a love that lasted— happily for both of them—until she left us all.

Lulu was a teacher first and always. She loved her profession with the total devotion one cherishes but rarely finds. There was a lasting bond of affection between her students and her. And though she was severe and uncompromising in her demands he students loved her and her face would radiate with happiness when surrounded by young eager minds seeking the truth through her.

In her chosen field she always remained the pioneer. She searched for better understanding and, finally although her body was racked with pain she labored hard to write a book

to tell how she had thought and taught.

She was never too busy to lend a helping hand; As fate would have it she was on the first American ship to be torpedoed by the Germans in WW II, and after being rescued she

worked among the sick and injured until they reached the safety of the port. The officers of the ship adored her for the help she had given and presented her with a sterling silver replica of a Viking ship as a token of their appreciation. The ship symbolizes her pioneering spirit, and yet it was given for humanitarian effort. Each of us would

treasure its possession and yet it shall be placed in the church of her home own because it belongs to more than any one of us.

Lulu was a great person and where many know but by the shadows they cast she faced it resolutely and showed us all its beauty as mirrored in her soul. [Buried Conway Cemetery, Taylor Co. Iowa]

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday August 15, 1974


Stoaks, Cleo Vernon -

Cleo Stoaks, 64, died Tuesday night at his farm home northeast of Lenox.

He was born Sept. 25, 1910 in Adams County, Iowa.

Survivors include his wife, Hazel, son Howard, daughter, Mrs. Katherine Wynn and four grandchildren.  He is also survived by his mother, Mrs Estella Stoaks of Clearfield.

Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Christian Church to Lenox with Bev. Don  Briley of Prescott and Rev. Christine Hershberger, officiating.

Burial will be in West Fairview cemetery in Lenox.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday October 17, 1974


Stoaks, Cleo Vernon -

Cleo Vernon Stoaks, son of Fred A. and Estella Atkin Stoaks, was born September 25, 1910 in Adams county, near the Stringtown community, and passed away unexpectedly at his home October 15, 1974, at the age of 64 years and 20 days.

He spent his boyhood days on the farm where he was born and attended the nearby country schools.

On May 31, 1929, he was united in marriage to Hazel Miller They established their home on a farm 2 miles east of Lenox where they lived for six years. Then they moved to their present home where he spent the remainder of his life, This was called home for 37 years.

One son and one daughter were born to bless their home and share their love.

Cleo was preceded in death by his father, 3 brothers, Lyle, Rex and Max (twins).

He leaves to mourn his wife, Hazel, son Howard and wife Dorothy, daughter Katharine Wynn, and four, grandchildren, Gary Dean and Kurt Alan Stoaks and Mary Ann and Joanie Rae Wynn, all whom he cherished deeply. His mother, Estella Stoaks of Clearfield, la., a brother Raymond of Ames, and a number of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and a host of friends also survive.

He was better known as "Jobie" to all who knew him and was noted for his great sense of humor while visiting with his friends. He was an outstanding farmer and livestock was his pride.

He became a member of the First Christian Church of Lenox at an early age and was a 50-year member at this time. He was a member of Tremont Lodge No. 343 AF&AM and Salome Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. He was also a member of the Rural Letter Carrier Association. He has served as substitute mail carrier for the Lenox and Sharpsburg area for over 2O years.

He will be greatly missed as a husband, father and also as a true friend always ready to help anyone, anytime, anywhere.

Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon, Oct. 18th at 2 p.m. from the Christian Church in Lenox with Rev Donald Briley of Prescott and Rev. Christine Hershberger officiating.

Music was furnished by Ruth Boltinghouse, organist, and Helen Richie, vocalist.

Bearers were Allen Pine, Jasper Ambrose, Ernest Hufnagel, Dayton Hucke, Robert Basler and Glen Neuhardt.

Honorary bearers were Lloyd Wood, Bill Beach, Joe Neuhardt, Robert Morris, Donald Bubb and Frank Stanger.

Masonic rites were also held at the .graveside.

Burial was. in West Fairview cemetery at Lenox.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday October 24, 1974


Warner, Mark -

Mark Warner, 85, a resident of the Clearview Nursing Home in Mt. Ayr the past few months died Sunday, Sept. 29th.

Mr. Warner was born September 15, 1889 at Kansas City, Mo. to George and Laura Warner.

On February 28, 1912 he was married to Leola Belle Speer. This  marriage was blessed with the birth of four daughters, Wilda Valentine of Burlark, California, Avis Kahler of Yuciapa, California, Phyllis Hester of Inglewood, California and Norma Clement of Jefferson City, Missouri.

Mr. Warner is survived by his wife, four daughters and sons-in-law, 5 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren, 1 sister and one brother-in-law as well as many other nieces, nephews, and a host of friends.,

He and his wife lived in Lenox the past 17 years. Before making their home here they had lived in the Guss and Gravity vicinity and also in Shenandoah.

Mr. Warner loved to work the soil, tend livestock and help his friends, neighbors and family,

Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 1 at 2:00 p.m. from the Larkin-Bender Funeral Home in Lenox with Rev. Floyd Newbrough, pastor of the Methodist Church officiating.

Bearers were Robert Rhoades, J. C. Trost, Robert Reynolds, Wally Chesshire, Joe O'Hara and Meredith Lovitt.

Burial was in West Fairview cemetery.

Lenox Time Table, Lenox, Iowa Thursday October 3, 1974