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NEWSPAPER UNKNOWN, 1 August 1932
Obituary of  MABEL MAYE COONROD
Mabel Maye COONROD was born in Ada, Minnesota, May 6, 1900 and passed away at the Mercy Hospital, San Diego, CA, Aug 1, 1932, aged thirty-two years, two months and 25 days.

When two years old Maye moved with her parents to Mahaska, KS and spent the remainder of her girlhood days here, where she made many friends. She graduated from the Mahaska High School with the class of 1919, after which she taught a term of school
near Plainville, KS.

She united in marriage to Richard ODGERS of
Haddam, KS in 1922. Her first three years of married life were spent in Haddam, after which they moved to California.

She is survived by her husband, her father A.B. COONROD, two brothers, Elmer of Rea Heights,
SD and Lee of Oakdale, NE.

Her mother preceded her in death nineteen years ago. Maye was baptized and united with the Presbyterian church in 1913 at the age of 13.

Mr. and Mrs. ODGERS spent ten years of a very
happy wedded life. Mrs. ODGERS was of a cheerful disposition which won for her many friends during her short life time.

Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon at Mahaska and the remains were laid to rest in the Mahaska cemetery.

Transcribed and Contributed by Delores Raines


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