|Varney, Edith (1872 - 1950)|
|VARNEY EINFELDT HUSSMIRE HUFFMIRE|
----Source: Greenwood Library Scrapbook Collection
MARSHFIELD NEWS HERALD 4/ /1950
EDITH VARNEY, 78, DIES IN DENVER
SERVICES PLANNED AT GREENWOOD SUNDAY
Greenwood--Word had been received here by Mrs. George Einfeldt of the death of her aunt, Miss Edith Varney, 78, a former resident of Greenwood, Clark County.
Mis Varney died Wednesday, Apr. 5, 1950 in Denver, Colo. She had been ill for a long time.
The body will arrive here late this evening. It will repose at the Stabnow Funeral Home beginning Sunday morning. At 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Christian Science services will be held.
Burial will be made in the family lot in the Greenwood Cemetery.
Miss Varney was born Jan. 27, 1872, and received her education here. She bacame piano and organ instructor and taught pupils from Withee to Neillsville. In 1912 she went to Cheyenne, Wyo., and five years later she moved to Denver, Colo. She lived there with a sister, Mrs. R. M. Lamont, until her death and she then lived with a niece, Miss Kathleen Lamont, who will accompany the body here.
She is survived by a sister, Mrs. C. D. Hussmire, Cheyenne, Wyo. Preceding her in death were four brothers and two sisters.
Note: Edith's sister, C. D. Hussmire of Cheyenne, Wyoming, should be C. D. HUFFMIRE. Edith's sister was Maude Varney Huffmire. Edith's husband was Chester Dumas Huffmire. Huffmire was his adopted name. Apparently his last name had been Dumas. Claudia Barnes
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