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Injuries a Week Ago Cans e^ Death of Homer Arn¬ old Last Thursday
^.Funeral services were held Sun- olaff f or Homer Arnold, 49, promin- ¦ent local resident and business man, who died Thursday morning at the Sanitarium. ? ;
Death resulted from a fall which occurred on Tuesday, a week ago, "at the Uprn farm, near Tindall's bridge, northwest of here, when Mr. Arnold and his son-in-law, Dora Thompson of Fremont,.% were re- roofing a barn. The-ladders slipped and both Arnold and Thompson fell to the ground, some 18 feet. Arnold was rushed to the Sanitarium and .ft was found he was suffering from a fractured skull, which later re¬ sulted in death.
f ?; The services were held at the home at 2:00 o'clock and at the Cal- , vary Evangelical \chur<m at 2:30, k with Rev. 0. D. Myers officiating. Burial was made in Green Springs cemetery.
|* Short services were conducted at the cemetery in charge of the Jr. 0. U. A. M. \
•Mr. Arnold was born at Golbyv * on May 11, 1883, and departed this life Thursday, June $0, aged 49 years, one month, and 19 days. He was the son of Enoch and Rachel (Oliver) Arnold. He spent his early- life in Colby. Mar. 18, 1908, he was linited in marriage to Miss Ora 4 Purdham and this union were born three children, one daughter, Mrs* Dorothy Thompson of Fremont and two sons Kenneth and Robert, at home. ' 'v^H^r..'-v'i: ,r^v.,m
Mr. and Mrs. Arn old moved to this place 18 years ago. He drove a school bus at the local schools for some six years and also conducted; a roofing business for about the same length of time.-" ^
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