Pearl D. Cooper, Dies at Home
1888 - 1955
Pearl Delos Cooper, 67, a farmer, died unexpectedly of a heart attack Monday at his home here.
Mr. Cooper was born Oct. 24, 1888, in Smith County Kansas, and was married Oct. 4, 1922, in Manskato, Kan., to Bessie Yenne. They moved to Emmatt in 1936.
To addition to Mrs. Cooper, he is survived by three brothers, E. W., J. L., and C. M. Cooper, all of Emmett, and four sisters, Mrs. Lillie Gates of Inavale, Neb., Miss Leola Breardslee of Lebanon, Kan., Mrs. Dora Krout of Loveland, Colo., and Mrs. Florence Kennedy of Emmett.
Services will be conducted at Beatty chapel today. The Rev. Flay Walker will officiate and interment will be at Riverside.
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