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Re: Mrs. A. R. (Still) Farnes ~ Broadview, Montana
Posted by: Deborah Brownfield Stanley Date: March 07, 2002 at 15:44:35
In Reply to: Mrs. A. R. (Still) Farnes ~ Broadview, Montana by Deborah Brownfield Stanley of 52

Decatur County Journal
Thursday, January 20, l9l6

MABEL STILL-RUSK, the daughter of J.M. and MARY STILL, was born at Leon,
Iowa, December ll, l894, and died at the home of her mother in Leon,
Iowa, Monday evening, January l0, l9l6, at the age of 2l years, and one
month lacking one day. MISS STILL grew to womanhood's estate in the
home community. She was a member of the First Day Advent Church of this
city. There being no services at her own church, she was active in the
services of the Christian Church, and especially in the service of
song. We who received her ministry in days gone by are called upon
today to return that ministry in last respects to her and in a service
of comfort and hope to the bereaved.

She was united in marriage to EARL RUSK, January l7, l9l5. With her
husband she made her home at Mt. Ayr, Iowa. To this union a babe was
born, October 24, l9l5. She leaves to mourn her departure her husband,
her mother, the babe, D.N. STILL, Fieldsburg, Cal.; MRS. BERT BALLOU,
Kellerton, Iowa; MRS. ALBERT FARNES, Broadview, Mont.; MRS. GUY BRENER,
Newton, Iowa; JIM STILL, Leon, Iowa; JOE STILL, Broadview, Mont.; ROY
STILL, Clarinda, Iowa; and NINA, of Leon, Iowa, and a host of friends
who have been drawn near to her because of her beautiful disposition and
queenly Christian character. We believe that our sister departed this
life firm in her faith in God, her Father, and Christ, her elder

The funeral services were conducted from the Christian Church at l:20
p.m., January l2, l9l6, by the Pastor, Henry Esch.

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