Mrs. R. E. Clem taken by death Mrs. R. E. Clem of Yankton, S. D., formerly Eva Mae Osborn died Sunday afternoon at her home. Funeral services were held Wednesday at Yankton and the remains brought to Tilden for burial at about 4 o.clock. Source: excerpt from Meadow Grove News, Thursday, September 4, 1947, page 1.
Funeral Held for Mrs. R. E. Clem Funeral services were conducted at Yankton, S. D., Friday for Mrs. R. E. Clem and the remains then brought to Tilden for burial. Pallbearers were acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs. Clem form Sioux City, Rosalie, Bloomfield and Yankton.
Eva Mae Clem passed away at her home in Yankton, Sunday, August 31 after an illness of nine months. Last January she underwent a major operation at Rochester, Minnesota. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Osborn. She attained the age of 29 years, 2 months and 3 days. She married Ronald E. Clem on January 17, 1943. Survivors include her husband and daughter, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Osborn; two sisters, Mrs. Ione Dalton, Sheldon, Iowa, and Mrs. Helen Ryder, Denver, Colorado; seven brothers, Harold, Quentin, Lawrence and Bernard, here, Herbert and Clayton of Denver and Burnham of Moorhead, Minnesota, together with other relatives and a host of friends. Source: excerpt from Meadow Grove News, Thursday, September 11, 1947, page 1.