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Obituary for Samuel Brown Price
 5 October, 1870 - 25 June, 1938
 From The Caldwell News-Tribune,
 dated Saturday, 25 June, 1938
 Contributed by Dennis McIndoo

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Samuel B. Price
Succumbs At
Wilder Saturday

     Samuel B. Price died this morning at his Wilder home.  The body is now at the Peckham chapel pending funeral arrangements which will be announced later.
     Mr. Price, who was born at Forrest, Ill., is survivied by his widow, Mary I. Price;  two daughters, Miss Mildred of Wilder and Mrs. Edna Hasson of Payette.
     A son, Chester Everett Price, died recently while doing United States navy service in China.  The young manís body is expected to arrive here for burial next week.

This additional entry was published
in The Caldwell News-Tribune
Wednesday, 29 June, 1938

Funeral Services
For S. B. Price
Are Held Today

     WILDER  (Special) Ė Funeral services for Samuel B. Price, Wilder farmer who died at his home Saturday following an illness of several months, were held this afternoon at the Wilder Methodist church with Dr. H. H. Hayman of the ollege of Idaho officiating.  Burial was in the Wilder cemetery.
     The body of his son, Chester Everett Price, who died May 11 in Kiukiang, China, while doing service in the United States nave, will arrive at Bremerton, Wash., on the ship President McKinley, July 7, according to telegraphic information received Tuesday.  It will be sent to Caldwell for interment.
     Mr. Price was stricken with a heart ailment following an attack of influenza last winter.  He was born October 5, 1870 at Forreston, Ill.  In 1905 he was married to Miss Mary Schlaegel at Marion, Kans., and to the couple were born two daughters and one son.
     The family came to Wilder in 1918 and since that time resided here.
     Mr. Price is survived by his widow;  his daughters, Miss Mildred of Wilder and Mrs. Leo Hassen of Payette;  a brother, Dr. Charles Price of Mr. Morris, Ill., and a sister;  Mrs. Mary Byers of Forreston, Ill.

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