06 MAR 1919
The funeral of Cyrus Fee was held from the U. B church at two o’clock Sunday afternoon, and was largely attended. The services were very impressive, and were conducted by Rev, H. C. Beauchamp, of the U. B. church. The Odd Fellows attended in a body, as did also the Daughters of Rebekah and the usual ritualistic services were conducted by the lodges in which he was an honored member.
Mr. Fee’s death was a distinct shock to the community, as he had been ill with influenza resulting in pneumonia but few people realized that he was seriously ill, and when it was announced 9:30 o’clock on Wednesday evening that he had passed away it was hard to believe.
a number of years Mr. Fee was engaged in the huckster
business, and with his brother, Herb Fee.
They covered several routes out of
He was a son of Willard Fee.
Besides his wife, and son, Gerald, he leaves his father,
two brothers, Herb Fee, of this
place, and John Fee, of
HIS LIFE’S HISTORYCyrus J. Fee was born near
Mr. Fee was blessed with a very pleasing personality. He was charitable with his fellowman, thoughtful for other, a good neighbor, an indulgent father and husband, having hundreds of friends from whom he is gone but not forgotten. For a number of years he and his brother, Herbert, have been associated in the Huckster business and have been very successful, being recognized as one of the successful business firms of the community.
He is survived by the heartbroken wife, one child, his father and stepmother, Willard and Electa Fee, two brothers, Herbert L. of
Mr. Fee died at his home on