Transcribed by Alyce Madison from
Thursday, 31 August 1933
Mrs. Louise Hubbard, a member of the Methodist Home for the Aged, of this city, died at the Burge Hospital in Springfield at 1:20 Saturday morning, August 26, following an illness of 7 weeks. Her death was due to euremic poisoning. She had been hospitalized for 4 weeks.
Mrs. Hubbard had lived at the Home for almost 7 years, except for periodic visits with relatives.
She was born at Lowpoint, Illinois on November 28, 1859, the daughter of George and Hanna Pickerill. She was married to Hubert Hubbard at Lincoln Nebraska December 25, 1894, No children were born to this union and her husband died many years ago.
Surviving relatives are a sister, Mrs. J.C. Mezger of Longview Washington and 3 nephews, Harold and Clyde Hitch of St. Joseph.
The body was brought to Marionville Saturday morning where it was held until Monday afternoon where services were held from the Methodist Church, conducted by the Rev. Dr. Hervey, superintendent of the Home for the Aged, assisted by Rev. C. A. Stevenson, pastor. Burial was made in the Odd Fellows Cemetery under the direction of Bradford Funeral Service.