The Lusk Herald
April 14, 1910
Mrs. Lucinda M. Kern departed this life April 5, 1910, at the age of seventy-nine years and two days. She had lived at Manville with her daughters, Mesdames Spaugh and Manorgan for the past nine years and had made friends of all who became acquainted with her beautiful character. She was of a loving and cheerful disposition and was a true and kind friend. Although in delicate health for several years, she retained an intense interest in her many friends and also in religious work as well as in all world-wide interests. She had been actively engaged in Sunday school, missionary and W. C. T. U. work.
She leaves a large circle of relatives and friends in Illinois to mourn her loss, among them being two brothers and two sisters, and one son in St. Louis. This rare woman was laid to rest beside her husband in the Manville cemetery on Thursday, April 7. Loving friends had filled the church and covered the casket with flowers. Each one in the crowded church felt a personal loss, and when the favorite passages had been read from the Bible, and the comforting hymns died away, there came a feeling of deep peace that was itself a tribute to her who had left us. "It is well, it is well with my soul!"
Card of Thanks
We take this opportunity of returning thanks to all those who kindly assisted in any manner during the late illness and death of our beloved mother; also for the many floral tributes.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Manorgan
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Spaugh
Josiah Kern (March 31, 1827 - November 7, 1903)Elizabeth Lydia Manorgan (November 21, 1866 - November 22, 1945)Infant Son Manorgan (June 4, 1898 - June 7, 1898)Joseph Albert Manorgan (September 22, 1865 - February 12, 1937)Marjorie Simonton (January 14, 1922 - April 26, 2004)Addison A. Spaugh (April, 1857 - December 23, 1943)Annette A. Spaugh (October 15, 1908 - November 17, 1964)Mary Ella Spaugh (March 31, 1869 - July 11, 1928)
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