Lula Booth ~ ~ ~ 1884-1924 Submitted by: Shirley Harlan Dies At Hospital
Mrs. Lula Booth of Des Moines, Iowa, died at the Blackwell Hospital Sunday afternoon at 3:00. Mrs Booth is a sister of Mrs. Tobe Berieter, 702 East Lincoln. No funeral arrangements had been made Monday afternoon as no word had been received from the brother who lives in Texas. Burial will be made in Blackwell.
Lula Ethel Shupe was born February 2, 1884, at Irvin, Tenn., and died Sunday, Dec. 14, at 3 o'clock, at the Blackwell hospital, age 39 years, 10 months and 12 days.
She was married to Frank Davis, September, 1902. To this union was born one child, which died in infancy.
On Jan. 30, 1921 she was married to Linza Booth. Mr. Booth preceded his wife one year ago.
She made her home in Des Moines, Iowa, until she became ill, coming to Blackwell, Nov. 26, 1924, to make her home with a sister, Mrs. Tobe Berieter.
She united with the Christian Church at Des Moines, and has been a faithful worker in the church until ill health prevailed. She was a devoted wife and mother and a loving sister. All the while she suffered she never complained and had a smile for all those who stood by her to the end.
She leaves to mourn her loss, three sisters, Mrs. Jennie Fogle, Mrs. Tobe Berieter of Blackwell and Mrs. Rebecca Edwards of Johnson City, Tenn. Four brothers, Arthur, Nathaniel and Charles Shupe all of Blackwell and Joe Shupe of New Mexico. The sister of Johnson City, Tenn. and the brother of New Mexico, were unable to attend the funeral.
© Blackwell Sunday Tribune
Sunday, December 21, 1924
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