Her great legion of friends in the Grimsby district were grieved and shocked on Thursday last to learn of the death in California that day, of Mrs. Harold C. Woolverton, beloved wife of Harold C. Woolverton, well-known fruit grower and shipper of Grimsby.
The following news story from the "Redland Facts", of Redlands, Cal., contains all the particulars that are obtainable at this time.
Mrs. Elizabeth L. Woolverton, age 69, wife of Harold C. Woolverton, Greenspot, died early this morning at Redlands Community Hospital after an illness of 3 weeks.
Mrs. Woolverton was a resident of Greenspot and Redlands for 46 years. She came here with her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Leander Lodge, from Iowa in 1892. She attended Pomona Collage and graduated from Stanford University in 1903. She and Mr. Woolverton were married in Long Beach in 1907. They have made their home on their ranch in Greenspot and at a ranch in Grimsby, Ontario, Canada.
Mrs. Woolverton is survived by her husband and one daughter, Margaret, of Greenspot, and two sisters, Mrs. Leland Lyon and Mrs. Robert C. Fox, of Redlands.
Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Emmerson funeral chapel, Rev. William D. Pratt, pastor of the Congregational Church, officiating.
Interment will be in Grimsby, Ontario, Canada, with services at St. Andrew's parish, Church of England, with Rev. E.A.Brooks officiating.