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Obituary for Grace Ingalls Dow

Mrs. Nate Dow passed away at her home in Manchester at 11:00 Monday evening following a lingering illness.

Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the house and at the Manchester Presbyterian Church, the Rev. D. Van Houte officiating.

Mrs. Dow had attended school in De Smet and Redfield College and had taught school in Manchester Township

She was active in the Ladies Aid and club work and was a local writer. Pallbearers were Lucian Howard, Howard Rowen, J.L. Towberman, Harvey Marx, E.C. Brinkley, and Alfred Anderson.

Left to mourn her passing are husband Nate Dow, two sisters, Mrs. Carrie Swanzey of Keystone and Mrs. Laura Wilder of Mansfield, Mo., and a niece, Rose Wilder Lane.

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