|#1 April 7, 1938 - The Enterprise |
Mrs. Will Adams received word of the death of her brother, Harvey D. Clark, who died in a Denver hospital. Mr. Clark was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Clark, and was born in Arlington on March 9th, 1891. When a young man of twenty years of age, he went to Denver on account of ill health, and with the exception of the two years he served in the U S. army during the World war he had lived in Denver, where he was a painter and decorator. Besides his sister here, he is also survived by four other sisters, Mrs. George Sweeny of Ravenna, Mrs. Victor Rasmussen of Chicago, Ill., Mrs. Ardie Graham of Topeka, Kansas and Mrs. Roy Morris of McPherson, Kansas; also two brothers, Merle and Floyd, both of Chicago.
#2 Published in the Pilot-Tribune April 7, 1938
FORMER ARLINGTON MAN DEAD AT 47
Mrs. Will Adams of Arlington has received word of the death of her brother, Harry D. Clark, 47, at Denver. Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Martin Clark, he was born March 9, 1891, at Arlington, but went to Colorado for his health as a young man.
He served two years in the United States Army during the World War. He was a painter and decorator by trade. Harry D. Clark Surviving him are five sisters, Mrs. Adams of Arlington, Mrs. George Sweeney of Ravenna, Mrs. Victor Christensen of Chicago, Mrs. Ardie Graham of Topeka, Kansas, and Mrs. Roy Morris of McPherson, Kansas; and two bothers, Floyd and Merle Clark of Chicago.
~~~Obituaries courtesy of the Nebraska Washington County Genealogical Society. Newspaper clippings on file in the Blair, Nebraska Public Library~~~
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