A great concourse of people paid loving, silent tribute to her memory Sunday afternoon when services were held by her pastor at the Methodist Church. Flowers in profusion symbolized the devotion of a multitude. She was loved by everybody. The reason for it is that she loved everybody. She had the element of leadership. She met old and young with equal grace and composure. She was at home in any gathering.
Queen became a member of the Methodist Church in early life. For several months she taught a Sunday School Class. She was a graduate of the high school. The Eastern Stars and the Pythian Sisters pay tribute to a member whom they loved. She builded her very self into the affections of the people so far reaching that time alone will reveal her worth. We lose a friend, true and devoted, alert, vivacious, friendly, kindly in manner and spirit.
We share the burdens with her loving father, mother, brothers and kindred. They went into a multitude of homes bringing their ministry of service in the hours of sorrow. We come brining to them our ministry of sympathy and love. God is good. Queen is translated but lives with us in her spirit of good cheer. -- C.A. Brown
To all of our friends: With but few words, our hearts full of meaning, we thank you.
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