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Second Woman Elected to Lincoln School Board; Active Civic Worker.

Mrs. O. M. Stonebraker, well known Lincoln clubwoman and civic worker, died at her home 1716 B St. here Thursday afternoon following a heart attack, seventy eight years old, Mrs. Stonebraker was just recovering from a fractured hip received in a fall a few months ago: The second woman to serve on the Lincoln board of education, Mrs. Stonebraker was active in civic as well as social and church affairs until a few years prior to her death. She was a member of the school board from 1910 to 1914, holding the vice presidency of the board two years.

She was a charter member of the Tuesday Review club, which was organized 43 years ago, and had held the presidency of that organization as well as of the Woman's club in which she was also active. A member of the Holy Trinity Episcopalian church, she headed several church organizations. In 1931, she was a member of of the Nebraska Genealogical Society.
Her husband, who is a retired bridge contractor, was stricken following her death and is under a doctor's care. He is a prominent Scottish Rite Mason. Also surviving are one sister, Mrs. George Phelps of Los Angeles and one brother, Dr. Earl Clevidence of Mount Morris. Ill.

Funeral services will be held at 2:30 Sunday afternoon at Roberts, Rev. H.. H. Marsden officiating. Cremation will be at Omaha.

Submitted by Jane Edson

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