A  Randolph  County  Area  Newspaper
April 17, 1937
Parker Woman Dies at Muncie Hospital;
An Invalid Two Years
          Funeral services for Miss Trixie D. Paul, 42, of Parker, who died in Ball hospital, Muncie, Wednesday night, were conducted Friday afternoon at theParker M.E. church in charge of Rev. Clyde Miller of Middletown. Rev. B.D. Nysewander of Parker assisted. Burial was made in Union cemetery.
          Miss Paul, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. S. H. Paul, was taken to the Muncie hospital a week ago for emergency treatment. She had been an invalid for two years, following a brain operation in the Mayo clinic at Rochester, Minn., and injuries sustained in an auto accident.
          Miss Paul graduated from the Parker high school with the class of 1912, later attended normal colleges at Marion and Muncie and taught for a short time in the local schools. She served the Randolph County Lumber company at Parker in capacity of bookkeeper for almost twenty years. She was active in many social and church affairs, having been the organizer of the Parker Garden club and its first treasurer, and was a life member. She belonged to the Parker M.E. church, and was a member of the D.U.O. class, Ladies Aid society and W.F.M.S. Besides the parents, she is survived by four sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Wood of Richmond, Mrs. Lavina Price of Eaton, Mrs. Loena Green of Evansville, Mrs. Glenda Baker of Fort Wayne; two brothers, Charles O. Paul of Muncie and Julius D. Paul of Parker, and a number of nieces and nephews.
Contributed by Gina Richardson

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