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EMPORIA DAILY GAZETTE, 16 July 1930
Obituary of NOBLE S. SOLLARS
FUNERAL OF NOBLE SOLLARS

Funeral services for Noble S. Sollars, of Strong City, who died from self-inflicted wounds Sunday in the Newman Memorial County hospital, were held Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Roberts-Blue chapel. Rev. E. S. Roberts, pastor of the Second Presbyterian church, conducted the services.

Pallbearers were Joe Donnellan, James St. Clair, Albert Thomas, John Henry, Dr. G. W. Jones and Walter Pine. R. G. Roberts and Evan J. Roberts sang, accompanied by Mrs. G. A. Blue. Interment was in Memorial Lawn cemetery.

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