The Lusk Herald
September 22, 1966
Mrs. Lawton Clark Drowns in Canada
Mrs. Lawton Clark drowned last week in the Campbell River in British Columbia, Canada, when the boat in which she, Mr. Clark and a guide were riding capsized in a whirlpool. Her body was likely swept down rapids and has not been recovered.
Mr. Clark was graduated from Lusk High School with the Class of 1941 and received a degree from University of Wyoming. He organized and has been operating an independent oil company in Canada.
Clarks were on a vacation from their home in Calgary, Canada. Memorial services were held in Calgary Tuesday.
Mr. Clark is a nephew of Mrs. Otto Koeberlin of Lusk. Besides her husband, Mrs. Clark is survived by a daughter.
Mary A. Koeberlin (August 9, 1878 - March 2, 1968)Otto Koeberlin (October 20, 1874 - March 21, 1965)Bertha J. Lawton (March 21, 1878 - June 24, 1917)Betty Jean Lawton (June 24, 1917 - June 24, 1917)Charles Clinton Lawton (October 28, 0874 - June 17, 1943)
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