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|Lucy Osborne McMaster
April 27, 1863–October 7, ____
|Mrs. Lucy McMaster, who has been ill for some time, passed away Monday afternoon, October 7, at her home in Onslow. Mrs. McCaster had many friends who will miss her and mourn her passing. Lucy Osborne was born April 27, 1863, at Princeton, Wis. With her parents she came to Iowa when four years old. Her father bought a farm one mile north of Onslow, and this was her home until her marriage to C. W. McMaster in 1885. She lost her mother when she was seven years of age. She leaves to mourn her loss, two sons, Arthur S. and Thomas H., and two daughters, Mrs. Lizzie Sams and Mrs. Ella Eisentrager, six grandchildren and one brother, Orrin Osborne of Verne, Minnesota, and a host of friends. Her husband died in March 1917.
The funeral was held from the home Wednesday afternoon. Rev. G. C. Flett, pastor of the Presbyterian church, officiating. Mrs Flett and Mrs. H. W. Koon sang two selections. The pallbearers were, Charles Harold, Harold Gordon and Lyle Marshall, and Clifford and Harrison Morse, all of Wyoming, grand nephews of the deceased. Among those attending from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Sams and son, of Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McMaster and daughter Ruth of Mount Vernon; Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMaster of Riceville; Mrs. Ella Eisentrager and sons, and Orrin Osborn, of Minnesota; Mrs. Jessie Arnold, Mrs. Janet Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Will Morse and Mr. and Mrs. Dawes, of Wyoming; Mrs. Emma Smith, Mrs. Grace Bickford and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Edwards of Monmouth; Mrs. Minnie Lewis, of Monticello; Mrs. Fritz Cruse, Mrs. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Phillips, of near Hale, and M. M. Franks, of Lisbon.
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