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Funeral Today for Well Known Woman

Mrs. Guy E. Silvers Succumbs to Illness of Several Weeks

Funeral Services will be conducted today for Mrs. Guy E Silvers, 54-year-old Capital Citian who died Sunday afternoon at her home on Swift's Highway. Her death followed an illness which had confined her to her home for the last several weeks. A member of the Hawthorne Garden club, the American War Mothers organization,
and of. the Christian church, she; was well known through her activities in the various social organizations. She was the wife of Guy Silvers, an assistant clerk in the state supreme court. Born in Slater in 1882, she received her early education there, coming here in 1907 She had been married three times, her second husband, the late Bert Landman, former manager of the Capital City Water company, drowning in the Missouri river several years ago, Besides her husband, Mrs. Silvers is survived by two children, Mrs. Ruth Dagen, of this city, and Lon Allen, of ` also survive. Rev. Guthrie S. Birkhead, pastor of the Christian church of which Mrs. Silvers was a member,
will be in charge of funeral services
Daily Capital News | Jefferson City, Missouri | Tuesday, January 26, 1937 transcribed by: Janice Rice - 2009

GEORGE FRANCIS SMITH. Born, Aug. 26, 1877, Raleigh, N.C. Son of George Simeon and Elizabeth (Outlaw) Smith. Fitted at Shaw University, Atlanta, Ga.; graduated at Atlanta University, 1897; received the degree of A.M. from the same in 1899. Was professor of Mathematics, Lincoln Institute, Jefferson City, Mo., 1898-1900.
Died, Mar. 23, 1900, of consumption.
Source is: Dartmouth College Necrology, 1899-1900, Hanover, N.H., Dartmouth Press, 1899. Transcribed by Kim Mohler.


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