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Vivian Imogene (Tallman) Hoops d. September 14, 1910

We are pained to learn of the death of Mrs. J.L. Hoops, which occurred at her home in Crocker Wednesday morning after an illness of more than three years duration with tuberculosis. Mrs. Hoops was stricken with the disease and a change of climate was advised, so she tried the climate of New Mexico, several sanatoriums of this state and was brought home from Oklahoma only a short time previous to her death, where she had gone for treatment. She leaves a father, Uncle Jerry Talman, a devoted husband and four small children to mourn her untimely taking away. Services were held Thursday by the pastor of the Presbyterian church of which she was a devoted member and her remains were laid away in the Crocker cemetery. The entire county extends to Mr. hoops and the bereaved ones sympathy in their sorrow.

Pulaski County Democrat

September 16, 1910

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