The Lusk Herald
June 17, 1954
Brother of Local Women Dies Near Omaha Tues.
Word was received Tuesday forenoon by Mrs. Madge McKinnis and Mrs. H. L. Joiner that their brother, James Moyer had died at his home near Omaha that morning.
Mr. Moyer had not been well for several years but he and his wife had been in Omaha the previous day to see his doctor who stated that Mr. Mooyer was in better health than he had been in a long time and that he could go back to work.
He died in his sleep that night and was found by his wife the next morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Moyer have visited in Lusk many times and are well known to many here.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl McKinnis and son, Michael, Mrs. Madge McKinnis and Mrs. Joiner left early Wednesday morning for the Moyer home.
Clara Harlow Joiner (August 4, 1884 - February 5, 1960)Hiram Lemuel Joiner (April 25, 1882 - February 19, 1964)Earl W. McKinnis (August 14, 1920 - February 16, 1983)Lulu Madge McKinnis (April 14, 1892 - October 2, 1986)Lynn G. McKinnis (August 14, 1891 - February 4, 1943)
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