Funeral services were held at the home Saturday at 2 p.m. and they were attended by a large circle of old friends and neighbors. The services were in charge of Rev. C.A. Brown, pastor of the Lowell M.E. Church, and Rev. Fred Gibson, pastor of the Lowell Church of Christ. The singing was by Mrs. Raymond McCarty, Mrs. Forrest Griessel and Miss Flaey Sanger. After the service at the home the funeral procession was formed and went to the Plum Grove cemetery, where the members of Lowell Lodge Knights of Phythias performed their burial service. Interment was made in the Plum Grove cemetery. Undertaker William Sheets had charge of the burial service. The following nephews of the deceased acted as pall-bearers: Carl Brownell, J.A. Dinwiddie, M.E. Dinwiddie, Bernie Nichols, Joe Dinwiddie, Ralph Brownell.
Relatives and friends from a distance attending the funeral were: A.M. Turner, of Hammond; Mrs. J.M. Turner, of Hammond; Mrs. Ann Beebe and daughter, Mrs. Belle Gormley, of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Lorraine Dinwiddie, Morgan Park, Ill.; Wm. H. Randall, Mrs. Henry Randall, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tabler, Mrs. Laura Perkins, of Minooka, Ill.; also many relatives and friends from Crown Point and Hebron.
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