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Mae Elizabeth Warn
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Birth: May 31, 1877
Death: 1957

1957 Jun 6, Ida County Pioneer Record, P30, Ida Grove, Iowa

Final Rites Held for Mrs. Mae Warn

Funeral services for Mrs. Mae Warn were conducted at 2 p.m., Monday, June 3, in the First Presbyterian church with the Rev. Albert C. J. Kellow officiating. The floral tributes were arranged by Mrs. Sterling Knoll, Mrs. John Modrell and Mrs. Edna Tillotson. Organist, Mrs. Alvin Iversen, accompanied Mrs. Robert Brock, who sang the hymn "In the Garden." The pallbearers were all nephews of Mrs. Warn's and were Melvin Hoppe, William Utesch, Frank Altemus, Leonard Todd, Marvin Volkert and Gerald Goodwin. Burial was in Mount Hope cemetery under the direction of the Christensen funeral home. The house committee in the Arlo Behn home Monday were Mrs. A. J. Rogers, Mrs. Lowell Swanger, Mrs. Otto Kiertzner, Mrs. Ed Campbell, Jr., Mrs. Orville Fouts, Mrs. J. A. Warnoch, Mrs. B. F. Arney and Mrs. Robert Gunderson. They served the noon dinner and lunch to the bereaved relatives and friends after their return from the cemetery. Relatives and friends attended from Sioux City, Correctionville, Danbury, Mapleton, Ida Grove, Hamlin and Manning.

Mrs. Mae Warn, a daughter of Isaac and Mary Parks, was born at Redfield, Iowa, May 31, 1877. She passed away June 1, at the age of 80 years. When she was five years of age she, with her family, moved to Danbury and resided there until 1920. On September 27, 1905, she was united in marriage to Thomas Virtue. Mr. Virtue passed away in 1914, leaving the widow and a five year old daughter, Nellie Fay Virtue. In 1920, she married A. J. Warn and made their home in Battle Creek. Mr. Warn passed away in February, 1949.

Mrs. Warn was a long time member of the Methodist church in Danbury. After moving to Battle Creek, she united with the Presbyterian church. She had been a member of the Eastern Star since 1909, a period of 51 years. Her favorite office was that of chaplain. She was also a member of the past matrons club since 1914. She is survived by her daughter, Nellie, Mrs. Arlo Behn; two sisters, Mrs. Art Caldwell [sic, Cardwell] of Sioux City and Mrs. William Utesch of Correctionville; and a host of other relatives and friends.
Family links: 
  Isaac James Parks (1849 - 1904)
  Mary Catharine Ortman Parks (1851 - 1921)
  Art J. Warn (1880 - 1949)*
  William Ulysses Parks (1870 - 1921)*
  Lydia Olive Parks Jermann (1872 - 1942)*
  Josephine Ornettie "Nettie" Parks Watson (1874 - 1923)*
  Mae Elizabeth Warn (1877 - 1957)
  Lotta Luella Stamper (1879 - 1911)*
  Albert Alonzo Parks (1881 - 1883)*
  Arthur James Parks (1883 - 1944)*
  Cora Ellen Parks Cardwell (1886 - 1965)*
  Stella Agnes Parks (1887 - 1891)*
  Harrison Hova Parks (1889 - 1889)*
  Orval Charles Parks (1890 - 1890)*
  Mary Cleao Parks Utesch (1892 - 1960)*
  Addie Pearl Parks Wright (1894 - 1921)*
  Alice Gertrude Parks Cohrt (1897 - 1938)*
*Calculated relationship
Mount Hope Cemetery
Battle Creek
Ida County
Iowa, USA
Created by: Conley Wolterman
Record added: May 27, 2009
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Mae Elizabeth Warn
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