GLAVES, Elmira Adeline Miller died May 22, 1955

Mrs. Will Glaves, aged 78 years, 1 month and 7 days, died at 9:50 P.M. Sunday, May 22, at her home in Douglass.  She had been sick for some time, following a fall and broken hip.
Elmira Adeline Miller was born April 15, 1877 at Greensboro, Pennsylvania, the daughter of Will and Amelia Miller.  She came to Kansas as a girl of 7.  She was married to Will Glaves Jan 16, 1898.  They have lived in the Douglass community since.  They have lived on a farm most of the time.

Surviving are her husband, Will Glaves, four sons, James, Cleburne, Texas; Sterling, Wichita; Harley, Douglass; and Elvin, Manhattan; one daughter, Mrs. Alma Warren, Bunker Hill; two sisters Mrs. Alice Denny and Mrs. Harah Davis, Brownsville, Pa; two brothers, Robert Miller, Brownsville, Pa; and William Miller, Greensboro, Pa; 11 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren.  A daughter Amelia Olmstead and a grand-daughter, Billie Jean Warren, preceded her in death.