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Mrs. Z. T. Casebolt, former resident of Saline county, passed away yesteray at the home of her daughter, Miss Eleanor Casebolt, in Denver, Colo.

Funeral services will be at 2 o’clock Monday afternoon in the chapel of the Parker Funeral Home in Columbia. The Rev. C.E. Lemmon will officiate and burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery, Columbia.

The body will be received in Columbia at 1:55 o’clock Sunday afternoon.

Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 o’clock.

Mrs. Lula Casebolt was the daughter of Henry and Ellen Hicks Tickemeyer and was born September 25, 1875 in Shackelford. She was married in 1905 (error - 1906) to Z. T. Casebolt, who preceded her in death in 1958. Mrs. Casebolt was educated at Missouri Valley College. She had lived in Miami and Columbia until the death of her husband when she moved to Colorado to make her home. Mr. Casebolt for many years was the postmaster at Miami and was a brother of Mrs. Ethel Sullivan and Mrs. Mame Kite.

Surviving are her daughter, Miss Eleanor Casebolt, and a son Stanton T. Casebolt and two grandsons, Scott and James Casebolt, all of Denver.

Mrs. Casebolt was a member of the First Christian Church in Columbia, the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Daughters of 1812, a garden club and was Past Worthy Matron of the Order of Eastern Star in Miami.

Source: Democrat News, 23 February 1962

Submitted: Jean Feaster