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Obituarv of Curtis Smucker
Curtis Eugene, eldest son of Wilbert and Emma Smucker, was born in West Liberty, Aug. 13, 1941, and departed from this life, June 5, 1945, aged 3 years, 9 months and 22 days.
Curtis was a sweet-dispositioned child, who radiated sunshine to his playmates and friends. Even the doctors and attendants marveled at· his patience and endurance during his intense suffering in Mary Rutan Hospital. He was an active boy, whose childish laughter and mischief will be greatly missed in the home. Although it is hard to part with Curtis, we realize that God wanted to pluck a beautiful flower bud in the Springtime.
He is survived by his parents, two brothers, Russell and Ronald, and a host of relatives.
"Oh! what do you think the angels say,"
Said the children up in Heaven,
"There is a dear little boy comir,g home today.
He is almost ready to flyaway
From the earth he used to live in,
Let’s go and open the gates,
Open them wide for the dear little mate, "
Said the children np in Heaven.
"God wanted him there, where his little ones meet,"
Said the children up in Hesven,
"He shall play with us in the golden street;
He had grown too fair, he had grown too sweet
For the earth we used to live in,
He needs the sunshine, this de ar little boy,
That guilds this side of the gates of joy,"
Said the children up in Heaven.
Funeral services were held at 2 p. m., Thursday, in the Congregational-Christian Church, with Rev. Robert E. Wearly, officiating. Burial was made in Fair View cemetery,
A male quartet composed of Earl and Raymond Troyer, Tillman Headings and Milford Byler very impressively sang two hymns.
Pall· bearers were, Eddie Breneman, Herbert Lee Yoder, Eugene Neer and Gaylor Hooley.
NOTE OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere thanks to our neighbors and friends for the many acts of kindness and beautiful floral tributes during our recen t sorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Smucker.
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