The following unidentified newspaper article was in a collection owned by Lowell Town Historian Richard Schmal:
We Miss Them.
Carrie Cleaver was a member of the M.E. Sunday school held at West Creek during the summer of 1889, superintended by Mrs. Bailey. Carrie occupied a very important and active position in our Sunday school, as a teacher. She taught a class of little boys and girls, ten in number. She seldom was absent, and was always inquiring how to instruct those little ones in her class. She would read to them about Jesus. They greeted her cheerful countenance with a welcome, Sabbath after Sabbath, and less than two week after Jesus had taken her into his fold, little Edna Hathaway, a member of her class, followed her. She was a little bud of promise, blooming all for Jesus. We shall miss them; but we hope to meet them on that beautiful shore where parting is no more. Afflicted friends, I sincerely sympathize with you. I have drunk deep of the same cup. Let us all look up that Heaven where our Saviour dwells, and from which He is showing the attractive faces of our blessed children, bidding us prepare to come to them, since they can no more visibly come to us.