KIRKWOOD

MRS. ANNA HENDRIKSON.

Kirkwood, Oct 9—The fnneral sevices over the remains of Mrs. Ben Hendrickson were held at the home yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock and were conducted by Dr. W. P. Nicholas, pastor of the Kirkwood Presbyterian church, and R«v. T. A. Conrad, pastor of the Swedish Lutheran church ol Monmouth. Music was furnished by the Presbuterian. choir. Interment was made in Center Grove cemetery. The pallbearers were C. Thomson, R. C. McCoy, H. C. Bales, J. H. Lawn:, John Petereou, Gus Johnson.

Anna Fallman was bom in Sweden, July 24. 1875. She came to Illinois when 18 years of age, and on Feb. 18, 1897, was united in marriage to Ben Hendricbsou. Four children were born to this union—Carl, Esther, Mabel and Archie, all of whom with the husband survive. She also leaves her mother, one sister and two brothers in Sweden and three sisters and one brother in this country. Deceased united with the Presbyterian church some years ago and remained steadfast in the faith.

Mrs. Hendrickson contracted a severe cold while coming home from a visit to Sweden three years ago, which developed into tuberculosis She gradually grew weaker and was compelled to take to her bed sir weeks ago. Tho final summons came Monday forenoon at 10 o'clock.

 

CARD OF THANKS.

We wish to express our sincere thanks to the many friends who as­ sisted in many ways during the illness and death of our beloved mother and wife.

BEN HENRIKSON AND CHILDREN