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OHIO EDUCATOR DIES.
ATHENS, O., Nov. 15. - President Alston Ellis, 73, for the past twenty years president of Ohio university, died suddenly from heart trouble at his home here. Dr. Ellis had purchased a home in Wyoming and had intended to retire from active school work next June.
[Salt Lake (UT) Telegram, Nov. 15, 1920]
Coolville: Relatives have received word of the death of Mrs. Naomi Bingman Evans, aged 34, at M.E. Hospital, Indianapolis. She was a daughter of S. P. Bingman and a former resident of the Ireland community. Burial Saturday, Oct. 1, at Lakewood, O.
[The Athens Messenger, Oct. 2, 1932]
Scalds Fatal to 5-Year-Old
New England Child Dies After Falling Into Water Heated To Dress Chickens
Scalds suffered Sunday when she fell into a large bucket of hot water caused the death at 9 o'clock Thursday morning of Felice Irene Everett, five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Everett of New England. The water had been heated to dress chickens, and the bucket had just been taken from a stove and placed on the floor when the child stumbled into it.
Besides her parents, she leaves a brother, Clifford, age four, and a sister, Yoone [Yvonne], age two, and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett of Peach Ridge and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Nickoson of Guysville.
Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the New England Presbyterian Church, with burial in the Stewart Cemetery.
[Athens Messenger. June 24, 1937. - submitted by Anita Hamer]