Cottonwood Chronicle Thursday, July 1, 1937
RESIDENT OF FERDINAND FOR 30 YEARS SUMMONED

Ferdinand June 30-Charles Lewis, 70, a resident of Ferdinand for 30 years, died today at a Grangeville hospital. He was well known on the Camas Prairie and was at one time active in the affairs of the Ferdinand Odd Fellows, of which he was a member.
Mr. Lewis is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Bertie Alexander, Parkwater, Wash., and another residing at Orange, Cal.; and a brother, Thomas Lewis, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The body is at Ailor Mortuary in Grangeville. Funeral services will be held Thursday with burial at Grangeville.

ICFP: Funeral services for Charles Lewis, 75, a resident of Ferdinand, who passed away here yesterday morning will be held at the Ailor Mortuary at 2:30 this afternoon, Rev. Hubert E. Sias officiating, and burial will be in Prairie View Cemetery.
He is survived by a sister in Spokane

Submitted by Chris Cornett

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