We just received the sad message today of the death of Mrs. Whiteneck, who had been operated on in a hospital, at Enid, for gallstones.
EFFECT OF OPERATION AT ENID HOSPITAL CAUSE OF DEATH. MOTHER OF FOURTEEN CHILDREN, HUSBAND AND TWELVE CHILDREN SURVIVE HER.
Miss Cora L. Beard, born in the state of Iowa, 1878, united in marriage with John S. Whiteneck, 1896, to this union fourteen children were born, two having died in infancy.
Mrs. Whiteneck was taken to the Enid hospital about two weeks ago and underwent an operation for gall stones. It was thought for a while she would survive the operation but after ten days of suffering the angel of the Lord relieved her suffering, and she passed to her reward on the 23rd day of Jan, 1922, her body was laid to rest in the Sand Springs cemetery, Januray 25.
Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. R. H. Miller of Nash, OK, pastor of the Dunkard church.
Mrs. Whiteneck was converted at the age of 17 and lived a consistant Christian life.
To know Mrs. Whiteneck was to love and respect her, for a good many traits of character, and a place is made vacant in our community by her death. But she is not dead just sleeping, while she is gone from our midst, yet her influence will be felt and our lives made better by having had her with us.
She leaves a husband and twelve children to mourn her loss.
We extend our sympathy of the entire community to the family in their sorrow, yet their keen sense of religion will bear them out in this their bitter trial.
She died, as she lived, with a sweet sense of peace that all was well with her.
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