Brow, James Loss (October 14, 1919 - February 25, 1952)
LOSS BROW DIES AS RESULT OF FALL
Unknown - February 28, 1952James Loss Brow, 32, a life-time resident of this community, died yesterday morning at Memorial hospital from a broken neck sustained when he was dragged from a horse Monday afternoon. The accident occurred at the Rodeman place near Orin where Mr. Brow was working.
According to the best information available, Mr. Brow ran into a clothesline while riding his horse and was dragged from the back of the animal sustaining a broken neck when he fell. Two brothers, who were with him at the time, rushed him to Memorial hospital where he died two days later.
A rosary service will be held tomorrow (Friday) night at 7:30 at Stark's chapel, and funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10:00 at the chapel. The American Legion will have charge of the graveside service at Douglas Park cemetery.
Mr. Brow was born here Oct. 14, 1919. He attended country school and had been employed on ranches most of his adult life. He is a veteran of World War II and a member of the American Legion.
Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Chloe Brow; four brothers, George of Elk Basin, Gene, Jack and David of Douglas; seven sisters, Mrs. Talbert Hall of Butte, Mont., Mrs. Ed Fulk of Lander, Mrs. Lee Bryson of Mitchell, Neb., Mrs. Pete Wolfe and Sister Mary Joseph of Scottsbluff, Neb., Mrs. Levy Jackson of Casper and Mrs. James Read of Douglas. His father preceded him in death.
His mother, who was visiting Mrs. Mable Copenhaver at Culver City, Calif., at the time of the accident, returned by plane this morning. Mrs. Copenhaver accompanied her.