Services for Mrs. Frances Ogilvie were conducted by Rev. F. A. Buchholz at the Middletown Methodist church at 2 p.m. Wednesday and burial was in Union cemetery.
Carol Stone and daughter, Norma Jean, sang "Beautiful Garden of Prayer, "When They Ring Those Golden Bells" and "The Comforter Has Come."
Pallbearers included Grant Heatherwick, Floyd Rayburn, V. C. Cline, S.B. Coningham, William Neumann, and John Spence.
AGED RESIDENT OF MIDDLETOWN DIES
The death of Mrs. George Ogilvie, 87, occurred at 9:50 a.m. Monday at her residence in Middletown.
She was a native of Lincoln, born here June 15, 1953 (sic), and her marriage to George Ogilvie occurred May 27, 1871. His death occurred in 1927.
Surviving are the following children: Mrs. Lillie Richards, New Holland; Mrs. Winnie Wilson, Hazelton, Iowa; Clifford Ogilvie, Compton, Iowa; Mrs. Rachel Sturgeon, Montevideo, Minnesota; Mrs. Isa Briggs, Middletown; and Mrs. Flossie Rogers, Lincoln. Also surviving are seven brothers and sisters: Mrs. Lizzie Baterson (sic), Dallas, Texas; Mrs. Allie Shely, Lincoln, and Mrs. Sarah Prince; Frank, Samuel, Louis and Charles Smith of Lincoln.
She was a member of the Middletown Methodist church, and its Friendly Bible Class and Ladies' Aid society.
The body has been removed to the Goff funeral home.
Services will be conducted by Rev. F. A. Buchholz at the Middletown Methodist church at 2 p.m. Wednesday and burial will be in Union cemetery.
Frances Ogilvie died September 23, 1940. Both of these articles appeared in the Lincoln Courier, but I do not know the dates.