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Clara A. Schaub, 99, of La Junta, Colo., died Sunday, January 10, 1988 at the Arkansas Valley Medical Center Nursing Home.
Funeral services we held at the Peacock Mortuary at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 12, 1988.
With education in Kansas and Oklahoma, she taught all eight grades of public school in Eureka and Gage, Okla.
Clara Hill and Robah O. Schaub of North Carolina were united in marriage in Woodward, Oklahoma. August 8, 1910 and lived an farmed near Gage until 1950 when the couple moved to Rocky Ford., Colo.
Following residence in Fort Collins, Colo., and after the death of her husband in 1964, Mrs. Schaub moved to La Junta in 1974 where she lived with a daughter, Mildred Masterson, at 24101 San Junta Avenue.
Mrs. Schaub has been a patient at the nursing home in La Junta since 1985.
Mrs. Schaub was a member of the local and national chapters of the American Association of Retired Persons, the First United Methodist Church of La Junta, South La Junta Extension Homemakers, and the Martha Circle of United Methodist Women.
Survivors include twin daughters Mildred Masterson and Millicent (Mrs. Radford L.) Lane of La Junta; granddaughters Clara Lee Lane (Mrs. Ed) Stafford of La Junta and Virginia Ann Lane (Mrs. Ron) Darcey of Nashville, Ark. and Ila Jean (Mrs. Wayne) Carpenter of Fort. Collins; great-grandson Graham Carpenter and Questin and Branden Darcey.
Other survivors were two sisters, Grace Norman of Phoenix, Ariz., and Cena Drake of Mooreland, Okla..; brothers, Quimby Hill of Phoenix, Ariz.; and nieces Janice (Mrs. John) Morgan of Phoenix, Ariz., and Katheryn Turner and Helen Jones of Apache Junction, Ariz.
Obits from old newspapers submitted by: John A. Rider
Transcribed by: Linda Fox - Ellis County Historical Society
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