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THE PROTECTION POST, 10 May 1923
Obituary of LAWSON PIKE
LAWSON PIKE DIES

Mr. Lawson Pike of Elkhart, Kansas, father of Mrs. John Denny, died at the home of D. B. Denny where he was visiting.

Mr. Pike had been sick but a short time with pneumonia.

The funeral was held Tuesday, May 8th, at the Lexington M. E. church. Services were conducted by Rev. George Watts, of Douglas, Kansas. He was laid to rest in the Ashland cemetery.

Mr. Pike will be remembered by a great many, having lived with Mr. and Mrs. John Denny, when they made their home northwest of Protection, going with them when they moved to Elkhart.

The sincere sympathy of the community goes out to the bereaved relatives in the loss of this kind and loving father and good citizen.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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