Salem News Dec. 29, 1921
FUNERAL SERVICES OF
MRS. ALDA ARMER
Denova, Dec. 23. - Thursday, Dec. 22 at 10:30 a.m., from Cedar Friends church, three mi. north of Salem, Rev. J. W .Stine of West Burlington M. E .church conducted he funeral services of the late Alda Armer Wright, who passed to the great beyond Dec. 20th at the Mercy hospital in Burlington.
The church was completely filled with sympathizing relatives, friends and neighbors, as the deceased was greatly loved by all who knew her, and will be sadly missed in the home, church and neighborhood.
Rev. Stine, former pastor of Salem M. E. church and of Wesley chapel, where Mrs. Wright held her membership, spoke words of comfort to the bereaved family.
The quartet - soprano Mrs. Emerson brown, alto Mrs. Chas. L. Hallowell, tenor John D. Jones, bass Howard J. Brown - sang beautifully the following selections: "No Night There," "Sometime We'll Understand," "Asleep in Jesus;" Miss Myrtle Gottschalg, pianist.
The flowers were profuse and beautiful, completely covering the casket.
The pallbearers are near neighbors and friends: Newton Van Dorin, Charlie Brown, Harvey A. Lamm, Edwin Gottschalg and Charles M. Trueblood, these serving at the home, church, and cemetery.
Following the service the remains were borne to the family lot in Cedar cemetery for interment.
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