|Enola Mae Caffee Wade
June 30, 1877–November 15, 1938
|Funeral services were held for Mrs. E. A. Wade at the Clarence N. Cooper mortuary in Oakland, Calif. on Tuesday, November 15, the Rev. Davies, retired pastor of Nebraska, officiating, assisted by Rev. Moody, pastor of a community M.E. church in Oakland.
Two vocal numbers were given by sisters from a small religious community near where Mr. and Mrs. Wade resided. These sisters were very near and dear to Mrs. Wade.
A short service followed, in the Chapel of the Chimes crematorium, 4499 Piedmont Ave., Oakland and inurnment was made in a niche in the Columbarium. The service was in keeping with a wish of the deceased, expressed many years before her heath.
Enola Mae Caffee was born June 30, 1877, in Jones county, Iowa. At the age of three months, she went with her parents by covered wagon to Dixon county, Nebr., where they settled on a farm near Ponca. On completing high school there, she moved with her parents in 1892 to Wayne, Nebr., where she attended State normal school, after which she taught for four years.
Card of Thanks
For the many words, acts, cards and other expressions of help and sympathy which we have received, we wish to hereby express our gratitude. We thank you all, for it has all helped us to bear up under the great sorrow it has been to lose our dear wife and mother, so tragic and suddenly. E. A. Wade, Victor C. Wade and family, Wilbur F. Wade and family.
Submitted by: Barbara Caffee Lasky
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