SADNESS IN HOME
OF MR. AND MRS. KYLE CAUSED BY DEATH OF THEIR DAUGHTER, HAZEL
The Daily Telegram., March 24, 1905
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper S. Kyle, on South Chestnut street, was saddened at 10 o’clock Friday morning by the death of their daughter, Hazel, aged 15 years, caused by typhoid fever with which she was seized some days ago.
The death of this daughter is deeply regretted by many school mates with whom she was very popular. She was a bright, sweet girl and the afflicted family have the deepest sympathy of the community in this bereavement.
The deceased was a member of the First Baptist church, an active member of the Junior society of the church and Sunday school, and a devout Christian girl, open-hearted, frank and of lovely disposition.
Two other members of the family are sick with the same malady and the death of Hazel makes the conditions all the more distressing to the bereft family and their many friends.
The funeral will be held from the Baptist church by Rev. R. B. McDanel tomorrow afternoon, the exact hour not having as yet been decided.
FUNERAL FROM CHURCH
The Daily Telegram., March 25, 1905
The funeral of Hazel Kyle, fifteen-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Kyle, took place from the First Baptist church at 3:00 o’clock Saturday afternoon. Rev. R. B. McDanel conducted the obsequies, speaking tenderly of the deceased girl. The pall bearers were school mates: Paul Kyle, Ira Alexander, June Quinn, Harold Hubbard, Wesley Dawson and Harry Hardman. Interment was in the Odd Fellows’ cemetery.
CARD OF THANKS.
The Daily Telegram., March 28, 1905
We desire to extend our sincere appreciation and gratitude to the many friends who accorded kindness and sympathy to us in the illness and death of our little daughter, Hazel.
MR. AND MRS. JASPER KYLE