|Birth: ||Jul. 20, 1901|
|Death: ||Oct. 15, 1990|
d/o George Philip Hilborn & Mary Florence (Ruggles) Cassell
w/o Emery Wade Agin (m. July 28, 1920, Lincoln County, Kansas)
m/o Gerald Wade Agin & Louvae L. (Agin) Graves
The funeral for Madge Agin, 89, formerly of 327 N. Columbia, will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the Bigge Moos Chapel funeral Home, the Rev. D. Wayne Montgomery officiating. Burial will be at Roselawn Memorial Park Cemetery.
Mrs. Agin died Monday, Oct. 15, 1990, at the Pinnacle Care Center.
She was born Madge Cassell on July 20, 1901, in Lincoln County, and had been a Salina resident since 1919. She was a bridal consultant at Vernon Jeweler for 18 years. She was a member of the First Christian Church and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary.
Her husband, Emery W., died in 1985.
Survivors include a son, Gerald W. of Kansas City, Kan.; a daughter, Louvae Graves of 2024 Lynwood; five grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to the church or to the Pinnacle Care Center.
Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. today and Thursday at the funeral home.
[Salina (Saline County, Kansas) Journal, October 17, 1990, p. 13]
Misc Newspaper Clippings:
1.) Beverly - G.P. Cassel is the proud possessor of a brand new girl at his home.
[Lincoln (Lincoln County, Kansas) Republican, August 1, 1901, p. 1]
2.) Cassell - Agin
The marriage of Miss Madge Cassell of Beverly and Mr. Emery W. Agin of Salina took place at the home of the bride's parents in Beverly, Wednesday evening, July 28, 1920, at 8:30.
Rev. R.L. Hendrickson of the First Christian church of Lincoln officiated. Only immediate relatives and very close friends were present.
To the strain of the wedding march played by Miss Addie Green cousin of the bride, the bride and groom assisted by the bridesmaid Miss Ferne Cassell and best man Mr. Guy Neel, descended the stairs and took their places under an arch of pink and white. The bride wore a dress of silver shadow lace over white satin and the brides maid a flesh georgette over pink messaline.
Following the ceremony a wedding supper was served. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.P. Cassell. This young couple is well known in this vicinity and may many blessings rest on them during their life long journey.
[Beverly (Lincoln County, Kansas) Tribune, August 5, 1920]
Married - Cassel-Agin
A very beautiful wedding took place July 28, 1920, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Cassel, Beverly, Kansas, when their daughter, Miss Madge, was united in marriage to Mr. Emery Agin, Beverly, Kansas. The wedding march was played by Miss Green, Tescott, Kansas, a cousin of the bride. As the music fell on our ear, the bride and groom, accompanied by Miss Fern Cassel and Mr. Neil, took their places after which Rev. R.L. Hendrickson read the services. After congratulations we were invited to partake of a most bountiful supper, each one perfect in this part.
At a very late hour the guests departed, wishing the newlyweds much happiness and prosperity.
[Lincoln (Lincoln County, Kansas) Republican, August 5, 1920, p. 7]
George Phillip Hilborn Cassell (1859 - 1941)
Mary Florence Ruggels Cassell (1871 - 1955)
Chester Ardel Cassell (1890 - 1970)*
Walter Hilbron Cassell (1892 - 1916)*
Harry Vance Cassell (1895 - 1955)*
William Leroy Cassell (1897 - 1947)*
Fern Garnett Cassell Neel (1898 - 1967)*
Dollie Madge Cassell Agin (1901 - 1990)
Nancy Grace Cassell Bowman (1903 - 1970)*
Georgia May Cassell Edgecomb (1907 - 1977)*
Roselawn Memorial Park Cemetery
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Record added: Oct 22, 2011
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