Mrs. Joseph Turnbull
The East Liverpool Tribune
The Turnbull Funeral
The remains of Mrs. Joseph Turnbull, who died Friday morning (Jan. 26, 1906) at Battle Creek, Mich., from the effects of an operation performed last Wednesday, arrived in the city on the 10 o’clock train yesterday morning, and were taken to the home of T. C. Foster, a brother-in-law, corner of Spring and West Market streets.
The funeral services will be held at the Foster residence tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 o’clock, the Rev. Mr. Foster, rector of the Episcopal church of Steubenville, and S. H. Lloyd, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church of Salineville, officiating. Interment will occur in Riverview cemetery. It was intended to hold the services today but it was found that T. C. Foster, the brother-in-law, who had been visiting in Florida, could not reach the city until Tuesday Morning.
A quartet composed of Miss Alice Devon, soprano, Prof. M. C. Baker, tenor, Mrs. Sterling Carson, contralto and Theodore Hubner, bass, will sing several selections at the services.
Among the number of out-of-town people who will attend the funeral are: Mrs. Patrick Duffy and daughter, Mrs. E. D. Barrie, of Cleveland; Mrs. Anderson Barrie and daughter Bertha, and Miss Hattie Barrett, a sister of Steubenville.