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Resolutions of Respect for Mrs. Alice Losee
Resolutions of Respect
June 16, 1932
We, the patrons of the Franklinton Grange, No. 1326, wish to publish the following resolutions on the death of our sister, Mrs. Alice Losee.
WHEREAS, Our Heavenly Father has seen fit to take from us our beloved sister, we, the patrons of the Franklinton Grange
RESOLVED, That we say Thy will be done to our Heavenly Father, in calling our sister from among us to her heavenly home,
RESOLVED, That in the death of our sister our Grange has lost a faithful member and helper, and that we as patrons extend our sympathy to the family. May we strive to profit by her example,
RESOLVED, That a copy of these resolutions be placed upon the minutes of the Grange and published in the local paper.
We should not weep that she is gone
For her to die was gain
And where she dwelleth now
There comes no grief nor earthly pain.
She sleeps upon the hillside
Where sweetest flowers bloom,
And angels keep night vigil
Beside our sister's tomb.
óMembers of Franklinton
Grange, No. 1326
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank all who so kindly assisted us during the illness and death of our wife and mother, also to those who sent flowers and for the comforting words of the pastor. - O. A. Losee, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Auchembaugh.
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