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From: Virginia Watts <>
Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2005 22:16:05 -0800 (PST)
FUNERALS HELD FOR WHEATCRAFT SISTERS.
Rites conducted from home Northeast of Greenwood on Monday morning.
Greenwood, In. April 2,1934
Funeral services for Miss Wilma Wheatcraft and her sister Miss Pauline, who were killed Saturday morning when their car was struck by an interurban at the county line road north of Greenwood, were conducted from the Wheatcraft home northeast of Greenwood, on Monday morning. Burial was made in the Greenwood Cemetery.
Miss Wilma Wheatcraft had been a teacher at the Shelbyville High School since 1925. Before going to Shelbyville she had taught at Whiteland, Newport, Clark Township, Port Clinton, Ohio and Mishawaka, Ind. Her sister was a teacher at Centralia, Ill. Both sisters were members of the Order of Eastern Star at Greenwood and of the Presbyterian church. The Wheatcraft sisters were spending the weekend at the home of their brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Leland Wheatcraft. They were on their way to Greenwood when the accident occured. Another brother Raymond M. Wheatcraft and sister-in-law survive.
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