Obituary for Gertrude Mary Allen
23 June, 1892 - 9 March, 1935
From The Caldwell News-Tribune,
dated Monday, 11 March, 1935
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo
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Allen Funeral Is
Funeral services for Mrs. Gertrude
Allen, wife of Clark Allen, who died Saturday morning at her
home at Wilder following an extended illness, will be held
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Methodist church at
Wilder. The Rev. Herr will officiate.
The deceased is survived by her husband, two sons, Everett and
Harley Allen, both of Wilder and a daughter, Ethel of Seattle.
This additional article was in The Caldwell News-Tribune
Thursday, 14 March, 1935
for Wilder Woman
are Held Tuesday
(Special to the News-Tribune)
WILDER - Funeral services for Mrs. Clark Allen were held on Tuesday
afternoon in the Wilder M. E. church with the Rev. Julius E.
Herr, pastor of the Baptist church officiating and the Rev.
Kenneth Chubb, pastor of the M. E. church assisting.
The church was filled with relatives and friends and the many
beautiful flowers were mute evidence of love and sympathy.
A quartet composed of Mrs. Gilbert McCormick, Mrs. Alice
Grosvenor, Elton McCormick and Dan Stephens sang and Mrs.
McCormick sang a solo. The pall bearers were Mr. Allen's
brothers, Claude, Clint and Roy Allen and their sons.
Burial was in the Wilder cemetery.
Gerturde Mary Allen was born at Woodriver, Neb., June 23, 1892 and
passed away on March 9, 1935 at the age of 42, 8 months and 14
days following an illness which caused intense suffering for
nearly a year.
She grew to womanhood at the family home in Nebraska, then
following a period of training she was a nurse for five years
at the state hospital in Ingleside, Neb., and for seven years
in the Salem, Ore. state hospital.
On September 30, 1930, she was united in marriage with Clark Allen
of Wilder where they have since made their home.
Surviving are the husband, a step-daughter, Ethel Allen of Seattle,
Wash., two step sons, Harley and Everett Allen of Wilder, four
sisters, Mrs. Clara Platt of Willims, Cal.; Mrs. Ethel
Rider of Hastings, Neb.; Mrs. Leo Hebda of Grang(sic)
Island, Neb., and Mrs. Lurline Collins of Troutdale, Ore.,
beside a number of other relatives.
photo free upon request.