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About Lake H Hinshaw
1950-07-11 Eldora Herald-Ledger, Lake Hinshaw Rash obituary:
Rites Held Sunday For Mrs. C. Rash
Union - Funeral services were held Sunday for Mrs. Clifford Rash at the Community church, in charge of the Rev. Wayne Sawtell. Burial was in the Miller cemetery. Mrs. Rash, 66, passed away at the Eldora Memorial hospital, death due to diabetes with complications.
As Lake H. Hinshaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alpheus Hinshaw, she was born near Garden City Sept. 24, 1883. When she was 8, the family moved to the Standford neighborhood, where she lived until her marriage Feb. 16, 1905. She was a birthright member of the Friends church.
Surviving are the widower; three children, Wilfred Rash, Ellsworth, Lester, Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Frances Lennier, Hubbard; five grandchildren; three brothers, Wayne Hinshaw, New Providence; Leonard, Union, and Fay, Clemons, and two sisters, Mrs. Elsie Mason and Mrs. Justin Davis, Marshalltown.
Pallbearers were Howard Rash, Fredrick Rash, Clarence Mason, Richard Davis, Lloyd Davis and Edgar Hinshaw. Flower ladies were Mrs. Elda Cummins, Mrs. Grace Sawin, Mrs. Claude Davis and Mrs. Warren Hammer. Kathryn Packer sang accompanied by Mrs. Ralph Beecher.