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Obituary for Lulu May King Carnine
10 July, 1889 - 9 January, 1933
From The Caldwell News-Tribune, 
dated Thursday, 12 January, 1933
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo

 

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HOMEPAGE
 

Death Ends Life
 Of Wilder Woman
  At Boise Monday

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Funeral Services are Held
Wednesday Afternoon for
Mrs. R. M. Carnine

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      WILDER  (Special) - Having been a patient in a Boise hospital for more than two months, Mrs. R. M. Carnine passed away Monday morning, January 9.  She had suffered with rheumatism for several years before being taken to the hospital where she submitted to a serious operation.
     Lulu May King was born July 10, 1889, in Stoutland, Mo., was married in Springfield on October 23, 1907 to R. M. Carnine.
     The(y) lived in various places and three years ago came to the Wilder section where they have since made their home.
     Mrs. Carnine's immediate survivors are her husband and seven children, Mrs. Thelma Daily of Salem, Ore., Harold of Boise, Roland of Wilder and Clyde, Gail, Gladys and Delores, who are still at the parental home.  There are also three grandchildren.
     Funeral services were held Wednesday at 2:30 o'clock at the Wilder Baptist church with the pastor, the Rev. J. Morganthaler, in charge.  Interment was in the Wilder  cemetery.




 

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