Call, Harriet (Eastman) (March 29, 1884 - November 25, 1937)
Sudden Death Comes To
Mrs. Shirley Call Home Stricken Twice in Few Weeks MOTHER FOLLOWS HER SON Community Shocked by Passing of Popular Douglas Lady; Sympathy Without Stint to Family
Douglas Budget - December 2, 1937Within a few weeks death has entered the Shirley S. Call home twice, Bradford Call was killed in an automobile accident in October and on Wednesday of last week his mother suffered a stroke. Death came at 8:30 o'clock Thursday evening. Mrs. Call had been in ill health for several years, but recently was thought to be improved. The suddenness of her passing has proven a shock to the family and their many friends.
Harried Eastman was born at Kenney, Ill., March 29, 1884, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eastman. Her early years were spent in Bloomington, Ill., and she graduated from the High School of that city. Then she went to study at the Boston Conservatory of Music. While in the east she met Shirley S. Call and they were married September 6, 1905. They came soon after to Douglas and this city has since been their home.
Mrs. Call, a talented musician, had always taken an active part in the musical affairs of the town and in the state through her connection with the Wyoming State Federation of Music. She was a member of the P.E.O. Sisterhood, of Woodbine Chapter of the Eastern Star and the Congregational church.
She is survived by her husband and three sons, Shirley E., Norman Elliott and Justin Blake; two daughters, Eleanor Olive and Harriet Louise; her father, Fred Eastman, three sisters, Mrs. Mary H. Fowler of Newcastle, Mrs. Pauline Carmin of Douglas and Mrs. Iva Ellingsworth of Williamina, Ore.; two brothers, William R. Eastman of Douglas and Fred Eastman, Jr., of Peoria, Ill.
The P.E.O. Sisterhood held services at the Hofmann Chapel Sunday morning at 11 o'clock for the family and members of the Sisterhood. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Masonic Temple with the service of the Eastern Star. Rev. W. Hewton was the officiating minister.
The pallbearers were J.D. LeBar, Cash Wadsworth, J.S. Ward, Howard Esmay, Everett Smith and Ed George. Burial was in Douglas cemetery.