Lewiston Morning Tribune|
August 7, 1928
Mrs. Crowser Passes
Gifford Section Resident For Many Years Dies at Home Yesterday - Funeral Services Wednesday
Gifford, Aug. 6. - Mrs. Sarah Crowser, 53, for many years a resident of Gifford and the farming section surrounding this city, passed away at her home here at 3:30 o'clock yesterday. She had been suffering from a lingering illness for several months.
Born in the state of Iowa and grown there to womanhood, Mrs. Crowser married John Crowser in July of 1891. Mr. Crowser died in July 1923. The couple moved to Palouse, Wash., from the middle west in 1900. A second change brought them to this section in 1921 and here they remained almost constantly.
Four children survive Mrs. Crowser, one son, Howard, having been killed in action during the World war. The remaining children are Mrs. Minnie Matt of Tacoma, Dale Crowser of Tacoma, and Mrs. Mary Sampson and George Crowser of Gifford. Services will be held Wednesday morning at 10 a.m. from the family home. The Rev. William Kole will deliver the sermon. Interment will be in the Odd Fellows cemetery.