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Information for Rose Lenora Lawler Little
6 March, 1890
28 March, 1942
From The Caldwell News-Tribune
Saturday, 28 March, 1942
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo


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Mrs. Rose Little
Dies At Family
Home Today


     Mrs. Rose Little, 52, wife of Stanley Little died early this morning at the family home 722 North Kimball avenue of a heart attack.
     Survivors besides her husband are one daughter, Mrs. Harry Krahn of McCall; two sons, Gene Willis and Donald Willis both of McCall;  five sisters, Mrs. J. D. Lackey of Nyssa;  Mrs. Anna Kelly of Weiser;  Mrs. Mary Chambers of Boise;  Mrs. Maggie Lowe of Blitzen, Ore.;  Mrs. Lucille Wise of Portland;  two brothers, William Lawler of Marsing and Pat Lawler of Everett, Wash.;  four grandchildren.
     The body is at the Peckham chapel where arrangements were incomplete this afternoon.


Also this article in The Caldwell News-Tribune
Monday, 30 March, 1942

 

Funeral Rites For
Mrs. Rose Little
To Be Tuesday


     Funeral rites for Mrs. Rose Little, 52, wife of Stanley Little, will be held at the Peckham chapel Tuesday at 2:30 p. m.  The Rev. B. L. Hassenpflug of Boise will officiate and interment will be in the Parma cemetery.  Men's quartet from the Caldwell Baptist church will sing "The Old Rugged Cross" and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere."  Mrs. G. L. Rehngren will sing "Lay My Head Beneath the Rose."
     Born at King Hill, March 6, 1890, Mrs. Little died at the family home 722 North Kimball avenue Saturday morning of a heart ailment.  Before coming to Caldwell three years ago, Mrs. Little resided in Parma for a number of years.