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COUNCIL GROVE REPUBLICAN, 7 July 1949
Obituary of BILLIE LOU HAGER
BILLIE LOU DIES
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Daughter Of Mr. And Mrs. Raymond Hager Was Victim Of Leukemia
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Billie Lou Hager, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hager and a victim of the dread disease, leukemia, passed away early last night at the University of 
Kansas hospital in Kansas City. She was 6 years old on March 7, an anniversary that she celebrated in the hospital.

It was on October 18, 1948, that Billie Lou first became ill, and it was thought at first that she had rheumatic fever. She entered the hospital on December 22 and received several blood transfusions in the battle to keep her alive.

A message was received here about 6 o'clock last night that her condition was worse, and an hour later word came that she had passed away. Her parents went to the city last night. They were accompanied by George LeMay.

Besides her parents, Billie Lou is survived by: an older brother, Dickie Dale; a younger sister, Betty Sue; a half-brother, Vernon Hager of Wichita; a half-
sister, Marie Hager of San Francisco; her grandmother, Mrs. Revia Hager, and her grandfather, G. L. Hager. Funeral arrangements had not been announced this afternoon.
Transcribed and Contributed by Kenneth Thomas


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